I remember the first large TV I’ve ever seen. It belonged to my uncle at that time when televisions with large screen occupies half of the room, as the computers in the fifties. The most I remember was a terrible angle, which means that if you tried to watch him out on both sides of the room, suddenly you felt that between you and painting a grey sheet.
On the other hand, modern LED TVs have a huge angle of view , mainly because we are talking about the patch of light from one source to a much larger piece of glass or other intermediary. Instead, the modern LED TV displays locally, right under the surface of the screen.
However, before we do that, we need to understand the concept of LED. The LED TV is actually an LCD TV (or LCD) that stand out or are highlighted by LEDs. The light comes from LEDs glowing on the brightness levels defined in the incoming image and the flexibility of the diodes on your TV. This light passes through the color LCD screen to get the image.
The only space from this more or less standard design pattern is a curved LED TV. You see, light travels in straight lines (most of the time), but our eyes receive light along its natural curve. Then I’m sure physical interpretation in the eye and a lot more happens in the brain to smooth out our picture of the world.
Curved TV, viewed from a suitable distance, sends your information light into the eye at an angle, which complement its form. Some viewers claim that it improves the image, while others see no difference. However, it is undeniable that gently reduces the load that all of the correction data, making the vision and the brain less sensitive, so experiences less fatigue for six seasons new favorite program.
A few things to consider
Zawęziłeś search on television in the class of 40-inch so probably you have a notion of distance viewing, as well as the fact that inch classification only classification and not accurate measurement. At this point it may seem that the differences between your options at best moderate. But there are a few specific things that can make your choice of heroic or tragic.
Let’s start with a discussion of the input data. If you don’t want to spend the extra money and space on the HDMI splitter, make sure that the TV which you think has enough inputs to handle all Your devices. This is the case of television,” ” flow, system for games, DVD players and much more. If you only have two or three HDMI inputs, you can quickly get frustrating.
Also a big discussion between 1080HD and 4K, but this discussion will last only one year or two. On the way 4K and 1080HD will go the way 720HD. What is 720, you ask? Exactly.
Finally, our good friend, refresh rate. If you ever noticed a strange inexplicable artifacts or motion blur in digital content who suddenly disappear and then appear after a few seconds in a new nervous way, you probably need a TV with a higher refresh rate. The problem is that the refresh rate is not a standardized measurement. Of course, they all are listed with a link to hertz, but every time I see the frequency of updates about the fancy name, such as Motionflow or modifier, such as “effective”, know that this number is overstated, usually by about 100%.
Television by any other name
Pipe boobowa. Box idiot. Brain drain. The decline of Western civilization. Regardless of how today you call television, it has experienced a huge amount of criticism for centuries, not only in terms of content, but also for their impact on seeing him.
Sometimes, when I was a teenager, I walked the streets of my hometown, collecting thoughts about life and love. It was a great, free therapy. At some time went to someone’s house and watched through the large and open Windows to a spacious, senseless face, lit only by the light of the TV. In their eyes, it was free, which always scared me, but not enough to stop watching TV.
When the first TV, was an absurd luxury, and the programming was very limited. Only in the 60-ies. units have become more popular in the home of an ordinary person, the popularity reached its peak fugitives, while the material roller with the Vietnam war in a way that will forever change our perception of the battle, as the press coverage. this.
Technology vacuum tubes, these old TV’s stuck in the 90-ies., when the progress in LED technology has led to the emergence of thinner flat-screen TVs, which look now like it has always been with us.
At the moment, the screen resolution seem to grow more rapidly than the technology of the screen, with promises of flexible, paper-thin screens on the far horizon.