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Mitsubishi laser hdtv

Mitsubishi has developed commercial TV’s that use color lasers to provide brilliant deep pictures on thin, but large screens. Digital light processing is a big part of television screens, but not so much anymore. Before, this type of technology used different white mercury lamps for the light source of the television. Now, with Mitsubishi laser HDTV, individual blue, red and green lasers are used along with a certain HDTV chip to produce the magnificent images. This was definitely a new look for television screens, especially large ones that were normally extremely heavy as these are very light. Although some are large, the screens are made from advanced plastics instead of glass which makes a huge difference in the weight of the item.

Frames will hardly ever be needed either, because of the weight of the flat screen, giving the television a more precise, accurate and sharp look. When taking the Mitsubishi laser HDTV into consideration, remember that you will need a stand too. Another great thing about the size and weight of a TV like this is that the stand can be less than half of the TV’s worth – for example, if you have a 50″ LCD TV, or plasma one, the stand will only have to be approximately 17″ deep if you want to make sure the TV is securely rested.

Also, Mitsubishi laser HDTV uses something like a third of the power of conservative, big screen TV’s that run on hp (high power) lamps. With a television like this one, the lamp needs to be on at all times while the television is on, but with Mitsubishi’s intelligence, the new lasers they use are found in semiconductors and they work automatically. The laser will turn on and off when needed, for example, when black is needed in the picture, the laser will simply turn itself off. These lasers also last much longer compared to the old fashioned lamps. They are said to last as long as the television lasts.

In the past, televisions used to be simple and purchasing one was a matter of large or small, and black and white or color. Now, there are a whole lot of other things that have to be taken into consideration when purchasing a television. Some people are even unsure as to what some of the things are when they walk into a store and are fixed on a TV the clerk will ask them something about the TV and they will look at him like he was speaking in tongues. You don’t have to know much about a television, but at least know the capabilities of the one you are buying!

December 29, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll

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