Explore Market Development Situation Through LCD And DLP Technology War
- May 09, 2018 -

               

In the current large-screen splicing market, people always unconsciously compare ultra-narrow LCD splicing with DLP splicing. DLP rear projection has occupied the majority of the large-screen splicing market for a long period of time. With the growing market for liquid crystal splicing, the most important challenge is the traditional DLP rear projection splicing. Especially in the past two years, LCD and DLP have made major breakthroughs in their respective fields, and the market competition has become more intense. LCD splicing and DLP rear projection splicing large PK, how to win or lose?


Who is the winner? Look at the LCD splicing and DLP rear projection big PK


LCD splicing and DLP rear projection in the technical advantages and disadvantages PK


LCD splicing is a new splicing technology that has emerged in recent years. LCD splicing walls have the advantages of low power consumption, light weight, long life (generally 50,000 hours of normal operation), no radiation, and even screen brightness. At present, the largest LCD splicing unit can be as large as 60 inches. Its small size, light weight, convenient installation, and small footprint. But its biggest drawback is that it can't be seamlessly stitched. Although DID splicing screen has been reduced from the initial 1-2 centimeters to the present 5.3 millimeters through continuous efforts, this level has still not reached the real sense. Seamless patchwork requirements.


DLP rear-projection splicing is the oldest traditional splicing product. With its perfect seams and the consistency and integrity of the picture height, DLP has been consistently used in high-end industry applications, and it cannot be tampered with by other splicing products. The DLP with LED backlight has even more excellent picture adjustability. On this basis, the advantage of DLP seams is self-evident, the minimum can be controlled at 0.1mm, the maximum will not exceed 1mm. Of course, DLP splicing also has its own deficiencies, such as low brightness, large power consumption, large size, and high maintenance costs in the later period.


LCD splicing and DLP rear projection in the industry application of the advantages and disadvantages of PK


The thickness of the LCD splicing wall can easily be controlled at 20 to 30 cm, which is unmatched by the 0.5 to 1 metre thickness of the DLP splicing technology. At the same time, ultra-thin liquid crystal splicing can be consistent with the space of the wall design, rather than a significant lordosis, this aesthetic advantage is enough to make it with the DLP splicing competition. In most commercial markets, exhibitions display markets and public space applications, the occupancy of space is a huge cost and visual inharmonious factors. With the ultra-thin characteristics of liquid crystal splicing, it has been difficult to win a DLP in these areas. Squeezed in the living space.


Compared with the traditional DLP splicing products, the liquid crystal splicing also has a prominent advantage that it can be reversed in any position, rotated, placed and stitched at any horizontal and vertical angles. Although DLP splicing can also be designed as a vertically and obliquely used product, Samsung LCD splicing will undoubtedly increase the cost, affecting the market application and popularity. It can be said that so far, the special angle of the mosaic is still the world of LCD.


Another big advantage of LCD splicing technology compared to traditional DLP