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difference between active and passive 3d
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December 5, 2018

Active vs Passive 3D – What’s The Difference?

As Fast As Possible Passive 3D TVs half the vertical resolution of the display but have less flickering and crosstalk as well as cheaper glasses and better depth perception than active shutter…
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screen resolution sizes
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December 5, 2018

What Is Resolution And Why Does It Matter?

As Fast As Possible Screen resolution is simply the number of pixels the display shows. The standard 1920x1080 Full HD resolution, for example, has 1920 pixels horizontally times 1080 pixels vertically. The…
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difference between 60hz and 120hz tv
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December 5, 2018

60Hz vs 120Hz For TVs – Is It Worth The Upgrade?

As Fast As Possible Choosing between a 120Hz and a 60Hz TV mostly depends on what type of content you are watching. 120Hz TVs can be better for watching sports, playing video…
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4k aspect ratio
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December 2, 2018

What Is Aspect Ratio? (16:9, 21:9, 4:3)

As Fast As Possible Aspect ratio is the ratio between the width and height of the screen. It’s noted in the form of W:H, which is interpreted as W pixels in width for every H pixels…
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blur reduction
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December 2, 2018

What Is Motion Blur Reduction? (ULMB, LightBoost, BenQ Blur Reduction, Ultra Low Motion Blur)

As Fast As Possible Some gaming monitors offer motion blur reduction technology which can increase motion clarity by backlight strobing. You can enable this feature in the OSD (On-Screen Display) menu of the…
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ideal screen size for gaming
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December 2, 2018

What Is The Best Monitor Size For Gaming?

As Fast As Possible The ideal size for a monitor mainly depends on its resolution and how far you're sitting from the screen. Overall, 1920x1080 shouldn't be used on anything larger than…
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what is hdr tv
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December 2, 2018

What Is HDR For TVs And Is It Worth It?

As Fast As Possible HDR, or High Dynamic Range, is a video signal containing metadata which allows the TV to display a wider range of colors and contrast for the HDR-compatible content.…
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oled tv burn in fix
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December 1, 2018

OLED Screen Burn-In – What You Need To Know

As Fast As Possible The main downside of OLED TVs is screen burn-in which causes static parts of the image to be permanently burned-in the screen if the same content is displayed…
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plasma tv vs oled
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December 1, 2018

OLED vs LCD vs Plasma – What’s The Difference?

As Fast As Possible OLED and plasma displays output their own light which allows them to produce true black colors whereas LCD displays rely on their backlight that makes the black colors…
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tv picture calibration
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November 30, 2018

How To Calibrate Your TV

As Fast As Possible The quickest and simplest way to calibrate your TV is to select the Movie/Cinema picture preset which has the best color settings. Then, you should disable all image…
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chroma 4 4 4
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November 30, 2018

Chroma Subsampling: 4:4:4 vs 4:2:2 vs 4:2:0

As Fast As Possible 4:4:4 is uncompressed and therefore provides the best image quality whereas 4:2:2 and 4:2:0 sacrifice color quality for lower data rate. Chroma subsampling is a type of color…
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why buy a curved tv
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November 30, 2018

Curved vs Flat TV – Which Should You Choose?

As Fast As Possible While curved TVs provide additional immersion, the viewer has to be at the right distance and angle to take full advantage of it. Since the viewing experience is…
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