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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #30 on: 11 December 2014, 05:14:49 PM »

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A revolutionary new technology LED lights LED in LED LCD TVs promises to widen the gamut standards of REC 2020 to cover the image specifications 4K / 8K.

Existing LED LCD TVs use LEDs LED combining blue LED + yellow phosphor to produce white light. In the best case, however, can not perform more than 55% of REC 2020, on the image for high resolution.

The new technology of Sharp, uses and green phosphor and new LEDs promise first time coverage of 80% of REC 2020 and a second 100%.

The mass start of production is scheduled for spring 2015.
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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #31 on: 11 December 2014, 05:49:05 PM »
It would be cool to have some actual Rec. 2020 content and less link battles on forum, too! :nod:
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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #32 on: 11 December 2014, 07:44:57 PM »
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http://www.fullhd.gr/news/%CF%84%CE%B5%CF%87%CE%BD%CE%BF%CE%BB%CE%BF%CE%B3%CE%AF%CE%B1/item/17603-sharp-promises-100-rec-2020-gamut-for-4k-8k-tvs.html
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A revolutionary new technology LED lights LED in LED LCD TVs promises to widen the gamut standards of REC 2020 to cover the image specifications 4K / 8K.

Existing LED LCD TVs use LEDs LED combining blue LED + yellow phosphor to produce white light. In the best case, however, can not perform more than 55% of REC 2020, on the image for high resolution.

The new technology of Sharp, uses and green phosphor and new LEDs promise first time coverage of 80% of REC 2020 and a second 100%.

The mass start of production is scheduled for spring 2015.



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Sharp can make now with 80+ % meaning same as Vizio Reference series that promised (80+ %) so the Vizio R is probably using a Sharp panel.

However Samsung will work with Nanoco and they have a different implementation of the Quantum Dot Film (other materials) : http://forums.hdtvtest.co.uk/index.php?topic=9301.0

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Can you give some good links to sites that post information about new TV stuff before others do ?

Like :

http://www.fullhd.gr/
http://www.hdfever.fr/

No matter what language they are in, Bulgarian, Russian, Greek, French, Japanese, Chinese etc.

Thank you.
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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #33 on: 11 December 2014, 07:50:39 PM »
It would be cool to have some actual Rec. 2020 content and less link battles on forum, too! :nod:

The content is easy to make. It will be new digital content or content made before the digital age remastered in 2020.

All camera sensors are able to catch all the spectrum of color. All they need is a firmware upgrade.

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On September 4, 2014, Canon Inc. announced that with a firmware upgrade they will add support for the Rec. 2020 color space to their EOS C500 and EOS C500 PL camera models and their DP-V3010 4K display.

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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #34 on: 13 December 2014, 05:22:23 PM »
Can you give some good links to sites that post information about new TV stuff before others do ?

Like :

http://www.fullhd.gr/
http://www.hdfever.fr/

No matter what language they are in, Bulgarian, Russian, Greek, French, Japanese, Chinese etc.

Thank you.


OK  ::) I am the right person for this
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For Ultra HD
http://4k.com/
http://www.ultrahdtv.net/
http://www.ultra-hdtv.net/
http://4ktvreviews.info/


Which TV models have a certificate 4K THX?
http://www.thx.com/consumer/home-entertainment/thx-certified-products/?manufacturer=&productType=1&category=5


Blogs
http://global.samsungtomorrow.com/
http://philipsblog.toengel.net/
http://www.lgnewsroom.com/newsroom/


Reviews
On most sites "test" no graphics and values are therefore not doing calibration. And without calibration, nothing to talk about? Some sites are only rudimentary measurements http://www.digitalversus.com/tv and proceeding from them, make conclusions. Often leads to paradoxes and do not correspond to reality.
It is important to know - who sponsored this or other resource, and has advertising on it. Then, to make amendments to objectivity. Should not unconditionally trust anyone to form your own opinion about this or that device should study it in a shop and then compare the overviews for him to get to the final results.
http://televisions.reviewed.com/reviews?page=1&sort=rating,desc&msrp=min,max&specs.screen_sizes=min,max
http://www.rtings.com/
http://www.cnet.com/topics/tvs/products/
http://www.rtings.com/
http://www.flatpanelshd.com/
http://hdtelevizija.com/recenzije/plazma-lcd-televizori-monitori/
http://www.lesnumeriques.com/tv-televiseur.html
http://hdtvpolska.com/page/articles....elewizory-lcd/
http://hi-tech.mail.ru/review/theme/tv/
http://www.ixbt.com/projector/tv/
http://zoom.cnews.ru/publication/item/51120
http://www.dinside.no/tag/tv-test
http://www.preporucamo.com/category/...je-televizora/
http://obywatelhd.pl/index.php/category/testy/
http://www.fwdmagazine.be/tag/televisie/
http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs
http://avmania.e15.cz/lcd-a-led
http://prohardver.hu/tesztek/rovat/hazimozi/index.html
http://hdguru.com/
http://www.whathifi.com/products/tvs


For maniacs of gaming - results for input lag
http://www.displaylag.com/display-database/
http://www.displaylag.com/display-lag-grading-scale/
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/input-lag
http://guiacompratv.blogspot.com/2014/01/lista-input-lag-todos-modelos-tv-led.html


Smart
http://www.samsungadhub.com/main.do
http://us.lgsmartad.com/main/main.lge

Sharp Smart platform
http://www.netrange.com/



Samsung SDK - supports Java, HTML, Adobe AIR - samsungdforum.com
LG SDK - supports HTML, Adobe AIR, Unity - developer.lgappstv.com
SmartTV Alliance SDK (LG, Sharp, Philips) - supports HTML - smarttv-alliance.org
NetTV SDK (Sharp, Philips) - supports HTML - yourappontv.com
Yahoo Connected TV - supports HTML - connectedtv.yahoo.com/developer
Opera TV - supports HTML - dev.opera.com/tv

http://html5video.org/
http://html5test.com/results/television.html
http://html5test.com/results/other.html


Developer Forum
http://developer.vieraconnect.com/
http://www.samsungdforum.com/
http://developer.lge.com/main/Intro.dev
http://developer.lgappstv.com/TV_HELP/index.jsp?topic=%2Flge.tvsdk.gettingstarted.book%2Fhtml%2FBeginning%2FGetting+Started%2FBeginning+App+Development+for+LG+Smart+TV.htm
http://developer.sony.com/

http://appsontv.nettvservices.com/?q=AppsOnTV
http://www.yourappontv.com/home
https://developers.smarttv-alliance.org/


https://www.youtube.com/pair

Youtube(Leanback)
https://www.youtube.com/tv#/browse


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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #35 on: 13 December 2014, 05:54:16 PM »
Thank you so much hristoslav2 !

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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #36 on: 13 December 2014, 06:43:14 PM »
http://www.testfreaks.co.uk/tvs/

http://www.lgappstv.com/appspc/main/main/nationSelect.do
http://panasonic.net/avc/viera/global/connect_apps/area/1
http://appsontv.nettvservices.com/?q=AppsOnTV
http://www.samsung.com/us/appstore/browse
https://smarttv.yahoo.com/



http://www.digitaltrends.com/best-smart-tvs/
http://www.areadvd.de/tests/tv/
http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/

http://www.oipf.tv/

http://www.peopleoflava.com/

http://www.tvcalculator.com/
http://www.displaywars.com/
http://www.rtings.com/info/television-size-to-distance-relationship
http://psabev.info/TVCalculator/
http://www.flatpanels.dk/fokusartikel.php?subaction=showfull&id=1184685511
http://www.thx.com/consumer/home-entertainment/home-theater/hdtv-set-up/


Ehternet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, DLNA, UPnP, Miracast, AirPlay, NFC (and many others) are solutions that enable "communication" between devices, but each with its own well-defined protocols. What is missing is a "universal" solution truly interoperable, multi-platform, which can simplify the approach, especially in the home: a platform that allows to interact with the TV, set-top box, media player, lighting , air conditioners, smartphone, tablet, computer, washing machine or oven without having to worry about the chosen standard, brand or product used operating system. by pressing the accelerator, Linux Foundation has decided to promote the initiative open-source "AllSeen Alliance", with the participation of most of the major players in the consumer electronics industry. Among the founders are brands such as Qualcomm, LG, Haier, Panasonic, Sharp, Silicon Image or TP-Link and the recent accession of Cisco, D-Link, Harman, HTC, doubleTwist and Lite-On (to quote the brand better known to the general public ). Everyone will have to contribute to the project with its own hardware and software resources, starting with the open source platform developed by Qualcomm AllJoyn and to ensure interoperability between devices, "failed to connect them" regardless of purpose (mobile, home, medical, automotive, etc ...) and operating system (Linux, Android, IOS, Windows, Mac). The objective is to develop a standard / eco-system and universal as the "Internet of Things". The approach seems very interesting to wait and see some concrete developments!
https://www.alljoyn.org/
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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #38 on: 02 January 2015, 10:29:05 AM »
http://global.samsungtomorrow.com/samsung-electronics-redefines-tv-experience-with-new-smart-tv-powered-by-tizen/


Hope they are also like LG in weight and thickness. (for the edge ones at least - since direct led / full array should be more thick)

This Tizen OS will be good only if they update it every year for all models.

If they abandon updates like on Android it will become an old and more or less broken piece of software after the first year.
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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #39 on: 06 January 2015, 07:29:07 AM »
So, where is my Rec. 2020 and self-illuminating QD LED panels? :rofl:

We have the good old LCD tech barely hitting DCI with the aid of QD, that's more like it.
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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #40 on: 06 January 2015, 01:06:45 PM »
http://forums.hdtvtest.co.uk/index.php?topic=9301.0

2016+ for self-illuminating QD panels. Never said 2015. And self-illuminating QD panels don't use LED back-light !!! They are not LCDs !!!

You want something in 2015 but you didn't even understand what i wrote.

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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #41 on: 06 January 2015, 01:50:43 PM »
So what light source do these Samsung's panels with "quantum dot technology" at CES 2015 use?

EDIT: This actually explains it I guess: http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-js9500-201501053974.htm
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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #42 on: 06 January 2015, 10:11:52 PM »
So what light source do these Samsung's panels with "quantum dot technology" at CES 2015 use?

EDIT: This actually explains it I guess: http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-js9500-201501053974.htm


LCD LED + a quantum dot film.

That is different from a quantum dot self-illuminating panel. That will come 2016+

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Re: SAMSUNG TV Line-up 2015
« Reply #43 on: 07 January 2015, 08:01:31 AM »
That will come 2016+
That will come in 2020 at best, because they are only in research now.
It will take years to commercialize the technology and develop effective production methods.

OLED was ready in 2004, yet the production was more or less viable only in 2012+.
How can QLED magically be ready in 2016? It's not realistic in any way.
More that that, manufacturers will tease us with prototypes for a few years before actually announcing the retail models.
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« Reply #44 on: 07 January 2015, 08:52:29 AM »
That will come 2016+
That will come in 2020 at best, because they are only in research now.
It will take years to commercialize the technology and develop effective production methods.

OLED was ready in 2004, yet the production was more or less viable only in 2012+.
How can QLED magically be ready in 2016? It's not realistic in any way.
More that that, manufacturers will tease us with prototypes for a few years before actually announcing the retail models.

I agree partially because newer technologies no longer take as much to develop as in the past. Everything happens much faster now. It took billions of years to reach the internet age.

I said 2016+ this also means 2017 2018 2019 etc. to infinity.

Samsung needs a competitor for OLED self-illuminating display and they refuse to use LG OLED panels to make their own branded TVs. Proof is the 2015 lineup where OLED is missing.
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