Anybody know anything about this....
Super hi vision TV
16 times resolution of HDTV.
Showing in some London theatres.
First i've heard of this...... anyone seen a showing ?
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See if this link works
I see What Hifi did a piece on it Aug 2011 must have missed it but would still like to know if anyone been to a venue and seen it in action.
I've got tickets to see it on Friday next week. I'll let you know what I think of it.
Thanks i'll be interested to hear what you think.
The link doesn’t work. There are a lot of great television technologies coming soon. The super hd, glass free 3d, and the OLED. I am anticipating the OLED the most because picture quality is going to be 4 times better than LED or Plasma.
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Check the links in the 2nd post.
How is OLED's picture quality going to be "4 times" that of LED & plasma? How do you measure that? Oh, and OLED TV has to overcome one major obstacle which only time can tell:
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First off, I was exaggerating when I said 4 times. You seem like a stiff person maybe you should loosen up a little. OLED is going to generate deeper blacks and brighter whites and better gray scales, this will show the color more accurately. OLED is applied on laptops and Smartphone. Color decaying is in the long run. I have been using Galaxy Smartphone since the first model came out. I didn’t have any problem with image quality decaying. Moreover, I doubt anybody will be using the same product for over 5 years. I change almost every one or two year.
There's a difference between a phone & a TV. You wouldn't use your phone's screen for as many hours per day as your TV, besides you won't expect a phone to last 5 years (as it becomes outdated very quickly, unlike a TV). Today's TV screens have a life span of 20-25 years of normal viewing & most come with a 5-year manufacturer's warranty. OLED is a good development but more research is needed to perfect the technology. I'm sure things will improve after 3-4 years at least. I certainly will not be an early adopter of this technology. I'll wait until it's perfected.
It's not a question of "being stiff". Exaggerated claims on the forum need balancing, & members need to be aware of the pros & cons before making a purchase.
Well don't, it does nobody any good, if you don't have any facts to back up what you're saying don't say it.
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Moreover, I doubt anybody will be using the same product for over 5 years. I change almost every one or two year.
Since I started into home cinema in July 2008 (at that time I had components in only one room), I have replaced only two items, both receivers, of which I gave one away and I sold one. I do not expect to be changing any components of my existing systems any time soon. My next purchases, when funds permit, will be a Panasonic TX-P65ST50B television and either a SVS PC13-Ultra subwoofer or a Jamo D600 subwoofer. But they will be in addition to my existing stuff, not to replace them - there is still a spare bedroom to expand into! Over the last four years I have added more components and expanded first into the kitchen and more recently into my bedroom. But there is no reason to replace one item unless something comes on the market that is better at doing what I want that item to do. It won't matter to me if the new item does all sorts of clever stuff that I don't need it to do. So for example, in my bedroom I still have the first Blu-ray player and the first flatscreen television that I bought, in late 2008, and I have no plans to change either of them any time soon - as it happens both of them were reviewed as being five-star products by What Hi-Fi when they were released. The foregoing applies mainly to electronics and televisions. Even more strongly, with loudspeakers on the other hand, I fully expect to keep loudspeakers for ever. Oh, did I mention that my turntable, my Pioneer CD player and my Sony stereo amplifier (which is now in the kitchen, though it was in the parlour for 20 years) are now all about 30 years old? I go to a fair amount of trouble in choosing each component before purchase, so I expect to have it a long time, certainly at least a decade. Even if I had the money, I wouldn't change things every one or two years. Maybe that makes me a stiff person too!
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