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How to Choose a Flat Screen TV?

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What are you most concerned about? How to choose a flat-screen TV? Many people’s answers may be image quality or price, but we often overlook one of the most basic and critical factors: screen size. In fact, when we buy a TV, the screen size has become a decisive factor.

Today’s TV screens are getting bigger and bigger, and the mainstream size has soared from 55 inches a few years ago to 65, 75 inches or even larger. The large-screen market has also become the focus of major manufacturers in recent years.

In the fiercely competitive market, such a distinctive product has become the choice of more and more users. It is the laser TV.

 How to choose a flat-screen TV

How do I choose the right TV?

What is laser TV?

Let ’s talk about what makes laser TV different. Compared with traditional LCD TV, laser TV can be said to be a new category.

Laser TV is a TV technology based on laser light source, display chip, and optical projection technology. The biggest difference between it and LCD TV is its imaging principle.

Laser TV uses a laser light source and ultra-short throw projection imaging technology to project light. To form an image on the screen. The laser TV screen itself does not emit light but through the diffuse reflection imaging of the laser light source.

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Compared with traditional LCD TV, what advantages does laser TV have? In fact, in terms of design principles, laser TV has many advantages over LCD TVs of the same size.

More Eye Protection

Eye protection mode” has become a common label for many TV manufacturers, but limited by the imaging principle of LCD TVs, any eye protection mode has certain shortcomings, long-term viewing will cause eye fatigue, dryness and other symptoms.

Hisense's laser TV Flat Screen

The laser TV using diffuse reflection imaging is different. The picture viewed by the human eye is close to natural light, and the light is soft, which can effectively avoid the harm of the direct light source to the human eye.

Compared with LCD TVs, laser TVs are more comfortable to watch and relieve visual fatigue. Even if they are watched for a long time, they will not be too “tired”, and the requirements for viewing distance are more relaxed.

High Color Reproduction

Picture quality is also an important factor we pay attention to when buying a TV, and it is color reproduction ability that determines our viewing experience. In terms of color expression, laser TV also has unique advantages.

We know that the laser itself has extremely high spectral purity, which is purer in color and closer to the original color, which is unmatched by current LCD TVs.

The picture presented by the three-color laser has more advantages in terms of color gamut, and the degree of color reproduction is higher, bringing us a more realistic look and feel.

Screen size is not limited, cost-effective

For laser TV, the biggest advantage is that the display size is not limited by the screen, which is why today’s laser TV can easily achieve 80 inches or even larger sizes.

With the increase in screen size, the price of LCD TVs also increases geometrically. The price of LCD TVs larger than 80 inches is astronomical for ordinary consumers, while the price of laser TVs of the same level is more friendly to the people.

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Taking Hisense laser TV as an example, the current mainstream 80-inch laser TV is priced at $2845.00, and the 100-inch flagship laser TV is priced at less than $14200.00. Compared with the price of LCD TV of the same level, it is one of the biggest advantages of laser TV.

Of course, the natural advantages of laser TV are many, but if we want to look better, we need more display technology.

Hisense's laser TV

As the leading brand of laser TV, Hisense’s laser TV products can be described as a benchmark of quality. Hisense Laser TV uses a Fresnel passive bionic screen, which is not disturbed by ambient light and can be viewed in a bright environment.

It can also effectively protect the eyes and allow users to enjoy a private giant screen theater 24/7.

Hisense’s self-developed color enhancement technology has a color gamut coverage of up to 205%, which can truly restore natural colors, allowing users to have a more realistic and immersive viewing experience.

With Dolby Atmos and 4K ultra-clear large screen, you can also enjoy a cinematic look and feel at home, which is also an advantage that LCD TVs cannot match.

As the backbone of the high-end TV market, the performance of laser TV in the past two years is obvious to all. 

With large screen design, eye protection advantages and higher cost performance, we can foresee that laser TV will have better development prospects in the future and become the choice of more high-end users.

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