The 9000 sequence has finally taken a look at CES 2010, and has undergone some major changes since we first traced it in April 2009. Like almost every high-end model announced at CES, it’s really 1080p, 240Hz , LED with local dimming, WiFi-ready (Netflix streaming! Samsung app store!) And supports 3D with active glasses. As thick as a pencil n. 2 (0.3 inch) and like the Toshiba Cell TV, it is able to convert 2D programming into the third dimension.
The correct pièce de resiste is the full color touchscreen remote control. Communicate via WiFi and infrared, it works right from the average man to transmit video from the PC to the TV, and – here’s the best part – lets you watch television in the palm of your hand even while something else is playing on the display. Girlfriend watching a movie while the ball game is on, Look at the remote control.
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It turned out that they did, but Samsung renamed them 8500 before shipping. The 8500 does not contain a wireless A / V multimedia box, which we reported during the use of the 9000 collection (this detail was just a rumor, according to a Samsung representative). Other than that, the 8500 is exactly the same as the 9000.
Without that field, the new versions are not very different from the 8000, so Samsung decided to brand them in the 8 Series. The 8500 have backlit LEDs for localized dimming, where the 8000s use LED backlighting, but it seems that will wait for an extra revolutionary point to eliminate the 9 Collection tag.
Now, it’s time to take a look at some Samsung TVs that (although they do not yet have costs) will almost certainly be more expensive than the 8000 string. The Samsung 9000 series aims to replace the previous A950 series of LCD TVs, which has garnered much praise among videophiles and high-definition media connoisseurs. These are the highest with the high end. Although they may not be within the reach of budget-conscious shoppers, these 9000 series TVs have some noteworthy features and innovations that deserve to be seen.
Compared to 6000/7000/8000 models
Like the Samsung TVs in the 6/7/8000 series, the 9000 series is illuminated by an LED backlight instead of a fluorescent backlight. This provides serious improvements in the quality and accuracy of the images, even decreasing the overall energy absorption of the TV. He is attentive to the eyes and respectful of the environment, a beautiful turning point in which technological progress corresponds to ecological responsibility.
There may be a difference between the nature in the LED backlighting between the 6/7/8000 products and 9000 products. The 6/7/8000 models use “edge-lit” LEDs to illuminate the displays. This means that LED lights are mounted around the edges of the panels, not directly behind them. The 9000 line includes an accurate LED backlight, while the LEDs mounted immediately behind the screen are used. This allows for greater versatility in the way the 9000 versions operate the backlighting and a new interesting feature known as “localized dimming”.
Fluorescent backlights would illuminate the whole screen all at once. Every single part of the LCD display has exactly the same brightness, which makes it difficult to distinguish between dark and clear areas with precision. Hence the problematic problematic problems of LCDs compared to plasma. With an accurate LED backlight, the TV is able to exert more control than its lighting and to adjust the brightness of certain points from the display independently of each other.
This means that in a scene with every dark and clear area, a 9000 series TV can direct each area to personal terms, squeezing the power for brighter points and attenuating it for darker ones. This increases the liveliness of the image and makes a high definition experience much more enjoyable.