Published on September 5th, 2019 | by The GC Team0
Hisense shows new developments across Laser TV and ULED technology at IFA 2019
Hisense is showcasing the latest developments in its Laser TV technology during the IFA show in Berlin. Namely the 100L5 Sonic Screen and L9 TriChromaTM specifications.
Unlike traditional projection technologies, Laser TV models have an inbuilt TV tuner to access live TV and boast high brightness performance, removing the need to use the product in a specially-treated dark cinema room.
The 100L9 and 75L9 Laser TV models are capable of producing a near-infinite array of colours, including pure white (100% Rec.709, 100% DCI-P3, >98% Rec.2020) and are the first to achieve Rec.2100.
Also on display, the Hisense 100L5 Sonic Screen Laser TV utilises a Distributed Mode Loudspeaker (DML) housed in the product’s screen – producing audio directly from the Laser TV’s screen.
Hisense’s latest innovations in ULED technology are also on show in Berlin, combining an exclusive suite of proprietary hardware and software technologies, including 4K resolution, wide colour gamut, local dimming, MEMC technology, patented algorithms and artificial intelligence to bring out the best in motion, colour, brightness and contrast from any source.
The 85U9E 8K TV comes equipped with an 8K Super Resolution Upscaler, offering the best possible performance for 4K content across each of its 33,177,600 pixels. Its 1,694 local dimming zones are controlled by Hisense’s real-time AI backlight picture enhancement technology, Hi-View Engine.
The Hi-View Engine enables fast graphic processing and intelligent algorithms to enhance image quality and the finer picture details. By incorporating a new picture processing chip with a combination of powerful algorithms, the Engine continuously analyses and adjusts picture quality – signal input to output, moment to moment, pixel by pixel – guaranteeing the clearest images and the smoothest motion in its class. Combined with the Quantum Dot wide colour gamut technology, the 85U9E offers a remarkable 8K image with life-like colour.
The Chinese manufacturer is also showing its ULED technology’s capabilities with its Dual Cell ULED XD models. Both the 4K 65U9E and the 8K 75U9E use Dual Cell technology, a 1080p greyscale panel placed behind an RGB panel, to achieve huge contrast ratios (150000:1) and detail unlike any other traditional LCD single panel TV. As each scene is replicated across both panels, backlight optimisation means ULED XD TVs can offer more than 1,000,000 local dimming zones delivering remarkable contrast, increased detail accuracy and depth.
Visitors to the Hisense stand will also see its current 2019 European TV range. The manufacturer’s first OLED model, the O8B, will be shown next to the 2019 ULED models, the U8B and U7B.
All three models incorporate Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision into their specifications as the technology is integrated into the Hisense range for the first time this year.