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    Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    It claims that these displays rival OLED for contrast but are capable of greater brightness.
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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    oh Hexus, if you didn't put that little quip in there it would not have crossed my mind, now all I can think about is what happened to the previous 4

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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    Not bad, something like this might extend the lifetime of LCD televisions.

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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    someone else was showing this type of tech earlier in the year (think it might have been Hisense) where the mono panel was 1080p behind a 4k panel. Didn't look as fat as this.

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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    If I remember correctly similar tech was already shown by another manufacturr recently, and I

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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    Hmmm, I always find it amusing when they show us pictures of how amazing a screen is with it's huge con....trast ratio and wide colour space. And I'm viewing it on a monitor that's so cheap and terrible there's no way I can tell that this monitor is amazing.

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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    Yes dual layer LCD has been demoed by other LCD makers too however this tech is quite expensive, has very high power consumption too to the point it may break home TV power regulations, the panasonic prototype unit has a lot of fans cooling it.

    Interesting tech that hopefully comes to the consumer market.

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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    This is an interesting technology, but no matter the innovation with LCD panels, they never seem to address what for me is the worst weakness. Motion Blur. I will never own an LCD panel TV until motion blur is resolved. The current technology of adding in frames causes the picture to seem fake, and negates all of the other innovations. Just my two cents.

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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    ..........ahhh MOTION BLUR......... the one thing PLASMA and OLED got rid off

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    Re: Panasonic debuts dual panel MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Hmmm, I always find it amusing when they show us pictures of how amazing a screen is with it's huge con....trast ratio and wide colour space. And I'm viewing it on a monitor that's so cheap and terrible there's no way I can tell that this monitor is amazing.
    "Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself."
    Agree, that's always a tough sell for any screen.

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