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HDTV / 4K / 8K / Laser


HDTVVejóre can help any business or home owner with a variety of residential or commercial HDTVs, Ultra HDTV, 4K, 8K, DLNA®, LCoS®, SXRD® DLP®, Laser, and edge lite LED edge, full array LED, and direct LED HDTV from several manufacturers, including Sony®. Projectors of all types and projection screens of different types, technologies, sizes, and a choice of front and rear firing. Vejóre can even help with outdoor display devices, screens, projectors and can even project images on standard business and home windows. Purchasing a HDTV involves many choices, and the Vejóre experienced team can help you make a smart decision with technologies, type, size, and screen resolution, while keeping you within budget.


Vejóre would like to introduce Sony’s award-winning VPL-GTZ1 projector, the world’s first projector to combine three of Sony’s ground-breaking technologies: ultra-short throw, laser light source, and 4K resolution. Ultra-short means you can place the projector next to the wall and get up close without blocking the light cone or casting unwanted shadows. As a rear projection, the depth required behind the screen is minimized, which means from 0 up to 7 inches, depending on screen size desired, from 66” to 147” diagonal in 17:9 format; that’s ultra-short throw.
A laser light source can achieve up to 20,000 hours of operation, maintenance-free, depending on usage environment and operational settings.throw-projector And there is no lamp to build up dust and grime and shortening its life, burn out over a short amount of time, and there is no reason to pay for replacement lamps over the life of the projector. Wait time for projector lamps to slowly heat up or cool down has been shortened, with nearly instant on/off. While some other laser projector manufacturers require more parts and components, as well as LEDs, to handle one or more colors, Sony's True Laser light source uses a laser-excited white phosphor to provide all colors for 4K. Sony hit a home run again with this projector's unique combination of resolution, brightness, and maintenance-free operation. These same laser projection technologies are also available in standard throw Sony projection. Vejóre’s experienced team can also help you with other manufacturers’ laser technologies, such as Epson®.
In the quest to improve the picture quality at the level of HDTV found in the old-style CRT displays and plasma, many LED HDTV manufacturers have introduced several new technologies to help achieve those black levels, refresh rates, and sharpness we’re used to seeing with plasma-based flat-screen TVs. Let’s look at four popular types of technologies for LED LCD (LCD TVs that are backlit by LEDs) displays and get to understand them better. Below is a short description of the most popular technologies.
Full-array without Local Dimming: Similar to the old-school LCD HDTVs but instead of using the fluorescent (CCFL) as backlight, it uses LED as backlight; and the entire backside being covered with LEDs is where the term “full-array” comes from.
Full-array with Local Dimming: Similar to full-array LED HDTV with the addition of extra technologies, including the ability to independently dim or brighten individual zones of LEDs and that is where the term “local dimming” comes from. This additional technology improves the picture quality, creating better black levels and a more uniform picture across the LCD panel, creating a very desirable overall picture.
Edge-lit without Local Dimming: When some HDTV manufacturers decided save money and ceate a lighter and thinner display. They removed all the array of LEDs located on the entire back and only have LEDs around the edge of the display and is the term “edge-lit‚” came into use. This new technology was not as noticeable with the exception of leading to brighter edges
Edge-lit with Local Dimming: Similar to Edge-lit LED HDTV with the addition of extra technologies to attempt local dimming using only the edge lights, but will not fully achieve the full-array configuration with local dimming quality creating better black levels and a more uniform picture across the LCD panel.
All types of LED HDTVs are beginning to get closer to the picture quality of plasma-based HDTVs.
When it’s time to have Vejóre’s experienced team to help you in your selection of an LED TV, please keep in mind these tips about the different types of LED HDTVs and our team can help you with a selection that best fits your needs and budget. There are several affordable LED HDTVs that will deliver amazing picture quality. Let us guide you in choosing the proper viewing area, setting distance, and resolution for your application, 1080P and 4K, and even 1440P and 8K. Remember, if you have the correct combination of distance, resolution, and screen size, 1080P is the first resolution that has enough detail for your eyes.
Don’t get fooled by the statement HD-Ready and Full HD TV sets. HD-Ready sets are not actually HDTV: HD-Ready sets have a lower screen resolution, at about 720p, whereas Full HD sets are all above 1080p (or 1080i if interlaced). HD-Ready sets will all work with your HD devices or broadcaster signal, but they will downgrade the signal to the 720p resolution, if it’s at a higher resolution. If you’re on a budget and you need to purchase a set that is 48” or smaller, you will not really notice the difference.
There are those that insist that you need to calibrate your HDTV. In most cases, current HDTV sets have settings already adjusted to different types of TV shows. Many of the very higher-end sets may come with ISF calibration and the higher-end HDTVs may have built-in sensors that take measurements of the environment, how much light is in the room, and adjust the settings like brightness or contrast accordingly, to give the best possible image. You can calibrate your HDTV set yourself, rather than with a professional technician, by purchasing a calibration DVD (around $20) and doing it yourself.
If you want to know the proper viewing area, setting distance, and resolution for your application, 1080P and 4K, and even 1440P and 8K you will definitely benefit from your choice. Please remember if you have the correct combination of distance, resolution, and screen size 1080P is the first resolution that has enough detail for your eyes.
Why do you want 4K? That’s a loaded question. Jumping from 1080P to 4K resolution is not the same as the old days of jumping from SDHD (480 lines high) to HD (1080 lines high).screen-size 4K screens are noticeably sharper than 1080p screens. Most people who went from a 480P (old system) to a 1080p set in many cases also increased screen size. Increasing the display size is the most powerful move you can make. When it comes to 4K Ultra HDTV, to see the resolution difference on a 4K set you're need to be viewing 4K content and sitting close enough. If you have the bandwidth, there are some 4K Ultra HDTV shows on Netflix. Please review the chart to see how close you need to sit at a given screen size to see the difference. Ultra High Definition is actually a derivation of the 4K digital cinema standard of native 4096 x 2160, but the new Ultra HD consumer format has a slightly lower resolution of 3840 X 2160. This is one reason why some brands prefer not to use the 4K label at all, sticking with Ultra HD or UHD instead.
You should consider 4K Ultra HDTV for your next purchase because there are more compelling reasons to purchase 4K that do not involve just resolution.
1) 4K display reveals more nuance and detail – the difference can be astonishing.
2) 3D on 4K comes without caveats & higher resolution images are simply better.
3) 4K higher pixel density enable you get much closer without the grid-like structure of the image – this means you can comfortably watch a much larger screen from the same seating position as your current Full HD panel. Currently, all available 4K Ultra HD TVs are in excess of 50 inches.