These will be shipping soon (unlike samsungs vapourware LED DLP) -> MSRP of ~$4500 with a target ship date of July 31st 2006.
NuVision to Unveil Deep Black LED DLP TV at EH Expo Spring 2006
NuVision is proud to announce that it will unveil its new 1080p DLPTM television technology, featuring it’s Deep Black™ LED light engine in a 52” prototype rear projection TV cabinet design along with its line of critically acclaimed Deep Black™ LCD televisions at the at the 2006 Electronic House Expo (EHX), held from March 30 – April 1 at the Orange County Convention Center (Orlando, Fla.), booth #1608.
The NuVision line of Deep Black LED DLP television will initially be available in a 52” model with larger screen models targeted for later this year. “As aesthetics, performance and integration friendly features become increasingly important for today’s consumer, NuVision will continue the tradition and debut one of the world’s first LED illuminated DLP televisions at the EH Expo” explained Scott Deley, NuVision CEO.
NuVision Deep Black LED DLP rear projection televisions utilize individual red, green, and blue super bright LED’s to replace conventional lamps used to illuminate all DLP rear projection systems in the market today. The LED’s light output are controlled to an incredible degree of accuracy through the proprietary NuVision DSDB (Digital Switching Deep Black) system. This contributes to deeper blacks by precisely controlling the LED output during dark scenes while producing an unprecedented wide color gamut resulting in deeper, more brilliant colors that exceed even the NTSC color gamut specification. Finally, the adjustable white point and color optimization provides a new level of grey scale and color precision never before available.
Besides the spectacular improvements in color accuracy brilliance, contrast and black levels, the NuVision Deep Black LED Light Engine other important benefits…
• Long Life – No brightness degradation or bulb replacement needed
• Instant On/Off – No waiting for the lamp to warm up
• Environmentally Friendly – No mercury used as in conventional lamps
• Safe – Only low voltages needed
• No Color Wheel Needed – No “rainbow” artifacts, No color wheel noise
• High Brightness/High Contrast - No infrared or ultraviolet lamp filters needed
“The quick success of NuVision’s acclaimed line of Deep Black LCD TVs’ is based on extraordinary aesthetics, tremendous picture quality, and leading-edge technologies, and NuVision’s new Deep Black LED DLP television’s will continue this tradition,” Deley added.
Aimed at the discerning consumer who expects great performance, customer service, and sleek cosmetics, NuVision targets the CEDIA custom install channel and high-end A/V specialty retailers who demand as much performance from the manufacturer as they do from the product. NuVision brand and products are promoted and sold nationwide through independent retailers and installers and are distributed by the EDGE group.
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"Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems." - Rene Descartes (1596-1650)
looks cool, i was a little sticker shocked when you posted the MSRP on it, until i saw the size of it.......looks like it may be cool till those new types of displays come around in like 2008 or whatever it is....
Last I heard the Samsung LED DLP will also be out in July. What is the contrast ratio of the NuVision?
Samsung LED DLP has been pushed back to fall or late summer .... at last report (could change as they may be shipping to japan quite soon)
contrast is around 10-15,000:1 as the LEDs can be full off unlike a bulb and can dynamically change brightness and cycle ...
there is no rainbow effect"Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems." - Rene Descartes (1596-1650)