NuVision New Deep Black LED DLP TV Featured at 2006 CEDIA Expo
Aug 15, 2006 12:12 PM
NuVision is proud to announce that its new 1080p DLP television (model # 52LEDLP) will ship in September 2006. It will also be featured at the 2006 CEDIA Expo, held in Denver Sept. 14-17 at the Colorado Convention Center, booth 2200 (Ballroom level). The NuVision line of Deep Black LED DLP televisions will initially be available in the 52in. model ($4,399 MSRP), with larger screen models targeted for the near future.
The NuVision LED illumination system is based on the breakthrough PhlatLight LED-based light source, developed and manufactured by the U.S. company Luminus Devices. The NuVision version of this technology is designed with specialized electronics systems optimized to proprietary NuVision control and signal processing systems with the goal of creating the ultimate new reference standard in high-performance video reproduction.
“The PhlatLight light source is a semiconductor RGB LED chipset that produces superior color fidelity, more refined grey scale, and deeper black levels,” explains Scott Deley, NuVision CEO. “The PhlatLight LEDs allowed our designers to create a radical new approach to light engine design that changes the entire optical architecture, improving it in every respect while simultaneously eliminating all shortcomings of conventional arc lamp PTV illumination. NuVision will be launching one of the world’s first LED-illuminated DLP televisions.”
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