Dlp Tv

Written by Adam Blau
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The heart of a DLP TV (digital light processing) is a special optical semiconductor that digitally manipulates light. This revolutionary technology was developed relatively recently, and offers an entirely new way for televisions (and projectors and other video devices) to display an image. The result is incredible clarity and brightness.

What Are the Advantages of a DLP TV?

The DLP TV is unique in that it allows a digital signal to remain in its purest digital form throughout the journey from data to screen. A conventional cathode ray tube television set must convert a digital signal (from a cable box, DVD, or HDTV tuner) into an analog signal, thereby sacrificing some of the stellar image quality. It seems like a silly enterprise to have all these higher-quality image options if you're going to degrade the signal in the end by watching on a sub-par system.

The DLP TV can receive and interpret a purely digital signal, thereby achieving the highest possible image quality. The brightness and clarity of the images on a DLP TV are unmatched. For this reason, DLP TVs are becoming the television of choice for people who desire a large screen and who use HDTV.

The images from a DLP TV or other DLP device can be projected to an enormous size. With this stellar digital quality, many large venues use the same technology for their in-house screens. If the images are that clear and superior in such a large space, imagine how they will appear in your own home.

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