(Spin Digit Editorial):- New York City, New York Sep 8, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Recently Samsung released its huge MicroLED TV, impressing the public, including the suppliers in the large-screen field. Both TV and projector manufacturers have been shocked. Will these huge MicroLED TVs hit the display market and give a threat to projectors? Well, there exist a lot of big differences between these two types of display devices. Especially, some laser projectors can project great pictures, the Dangbei Mars Pro 4K laser projector included.
What is MicroLED TV?
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As the name implies, MicroLED displays comprise several microscopic LEDs, which self-illuminate per display pixel – just like an OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) panel does, only Micro LED uses inorganic material. This brings the benefit of ultra-low black levels, again just like OLED, but with higher peak brightness.
What are the features of MicroLED and projectors?
Micro LED is a display technology that uses self-luminous micron-sized LEDs as light-emitting pixel units and assembles them into a drive panel to form a high-density LED array. Due to the small size of micro LED chips, high integration, and self-luminous characteristics, the display has greater advantages in terms of brightness, resolution, contrast, energy consumption, service life, response time, and thermal stability compared to LCD and OLED. The biggest highlight is the self-luminous.
While projectors are another thing. The projector works on the basic principle of shining light on top of the display element of the image to produce an image, which is then projected through the lens. The human eye does not look directly at the light but sees the light diffusely reflected from the wall or curtain.
Due to the difficulty of MicroLED display technology being too high, the current MicroLED TVs are still in the immature stage, and the pricing is exceptionally high. Especially the screen of more than 70 inches is simply listed at the price of the sky, exceedingly beyond the acceptable range by ordinary people. But now in the display device market, the demand for large screens is exactly the trend. And for large screens, the projector is undoubtedly the most cost-effective option.
- Based on the difference in display principles, projectors are much less damaging to the eyes. Since the human eye does not look directly into the light when viewing the projected image, eye strain is much reduced.
- With the increasing maturity of the projection display technology, the clarity and color degree of the projected image has performed very nicely. Now the mainstream display technology of projectors is LED, 3LCD, DLP, etc. Even laser light sources are being used in home projectors. This has a very big role in enhancing the picture quality of the projection screen. Let’s take an example. The Dangbei Mars Pro 4K laser home projector uses a laser light source that can reach 3200 ANSI lumens of brightness. In addition, it supports HDR10+ picture enhancement technology for sharper color contrast.
- The projector is very competitively priced for the same large picture size. The projector was created to achieve a large screen size display. Most people buy projectors or large-size TVs initially for the large-size picture and the immersive viewing experience. But larger televisions cost more than a few dozen times as much as projectors. Definitely, the expensive MicroLED display technology is not created for home use.
To sum up, for home use, large-screen projectors are a more cost-effective option.
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