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Crystalbryte , X-brite, Crystalview LCDTV!!

kolja1

Standard Member
Crystalbryte , X-brite, Crystalview LCDTV same stuff but different name from company Fujitsu-Simens,Sony, Acer ...

This is somekind of special glass coating over display ...
You gain much much better contrast ratio and blackness is fantastic :thumbsup:

This type of LCD display are very common in all newer notebooks my question is

IS THERE ANY LCDTV (at least 40") WITH SUCH DISPLAY-COATING on the market??
Any users already have it??
Some test and impressions!!

ths
 

1 GND

Established Member
I agree with you Kolja 1, I think the picture improvements look great but maybe it might cause problems on really big screens (40inch +) I don`t know ?

I would have thought it would certainly improve mid size screens and am surprised none are around.

I did see a Sony demo in Costcos of a Sony home cinema system using a 17 inch X Brite LCD (not a laptop) and it looked amazing.
 

seka1980

Established Member
nad are doing a pannel with this display on models include 23" 26" 32" 40"
there going to be alot of money ie 40" is £4000 but ive heard its the dogs dangleys, and ill be seing one nxt week
 

1 GND

Established Member
Didn`t know that, Cheers.

Let us know what you think, would be very interested.
 
M

Mr Smith

Guest
My NEC monitor has this kind of coating and the blacks are totally amazing easily as good as my CRT and putting any lcd tv I've seen to shame but the problem is that you can clearly see your reflection if you use it in bright surroundings. It would be great in a dark AV room out of the way but it would be awful for day to day use in a bright family room unless you’re vain enough to enjoy watching yourself more than the tv.
 

kolja1

Standard Member
Mr Smith said:
My NEC monitor has this kind of coating and the blacks are totally amazing easily as good as my CRT and putting any lcd tv I've seen to shame but the problem is that you can clearly see your reflection if you use it in bright surroundings. It would be great in a dark AV room out of the way but it would be awful for day to day use in a bright family room unless you’re vain enough to enjoy watching yourself more than the tv.

Reflection problem!!! ??

Well i played simultaneous HD- 1080i on laptop (fujitsu 15,4 Crystal view display) and over DVI - HDMI (dvi-out -- hdmi-in) cable on Sammy LE-40M51B!!

On Sammy what ever i did i couldn't get dark black picture but on Fujitsu whoaaaaaaa .. clear even to realistic , contrast is perfect too!!

Forget about reflection !! You set 1st time you LCd or LCDTV so that reflection is minimun (cloak window etc...) then belive me, you get use to it i mean to reflection ... my college has 17" wide laptop and work cca 6 hours per day and he said that in 2-3 days eyes get use of any small reflection (light daylight from window, different shadows))

FOLKS!! We need thst kind of LCDTV!!
 

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