Important Notice - These screens have a slight manufacturers imperfection to the top left and top right hand corners of the screen. The imperfection looks like a single thumb print in each of the top corners and is barely noticeable on a screen of this size.
HD-ILA Hybrid TV are categorized as MDDPs (micro device display) because they incorporate micro display devices that project images onto a screen. And while these models are often mistaken for RPTVs (rear projection TVs) as light is projected from the back, HD-ILA Hybrid TVs outperform RPTVs in terms of brightness and resolution. Each dot in a micro display device is shown in full colour and transmitted through the screen to ensure excellent picture quality through the screen to ensure excellent picture quality, even when viewing images up close to the screen. Additionally, HD-ILA Hybrid TVs offer a very wide viewing angle with little or no visible difference in contrast whether the picture is viewed directly in front of the screen or from the side. The light source of HD-ILA Hybrid TVs requires replacement after a certain period of use but one replaced; screen brightness is restored to original levels and means greater user satisfaction during the life-cycle of the product. Best of all, HD-ILA hybrid TVs offer excellent cost performance with low power consumption, especially in light of their significant screen sizes.
First post. Just thought this was a bit of a bargain.