While many smart home features are neatly tucked away and out of sight, others are designed to command attention in your home. One piece of tech meant to be seen is, of course, the TV. Whether carefully curating your media room or adding the pièce de résistance to your home theater, look no further than OLED and CLED TVs.
Outstanding OLED Display
What makes OLED (organic LED) TVs stand out? Screens that offer the deepest black levels Colors that stand out as impressively realistic. Self-illuminating pixels that showcase the most pristine picture quality of any flat screen TV. An extra-wide viewing range of up to 160 degrees, even in bright light. And since OLED displays don’t require any glowing backlighting, they can be extremely thin and lightweight without sacrificing high quality.
Architecturally, OLED screens are the easiest to work with. They are ultra-thin and weigh significantly less than other TVs, enabling them to be recessed flush with any wall. As screens get larger and wider, OLED TVs are a coveted choice.
CLED: Micro LED Display
Like OLED, Micro LED is an emissive display technology. Micro LED actually produce even brighter picture quality than OLEDs. Each pixel is formed by a cluster of three ultra-fine LEDs of red, green, and blue. The result is a much bolder and brighter picture.
What sets Micro LED screens apart? Their distinct tiled construction. A complete display is made up of multiple modules, or tiles, linked together to make up entire screens of any size. The seams between each tile are completely invisible — creating a crystal-clear, seamless picture ideal for HDR imaging. Compared to OLED, Micro LED produces higher brightness, super-rich black levels, and is more stable and long-lasting than OLED due to its inorganic nature.
When Sony introduced its first CLED display in 2012, it was seen as a very early version of a rather unconventional technology with the potential to become something remarkable. And indeed it has. In the past decade, Sony has introduced ever-impressive new features like CLED video-wall technology — enabling a wide array of supersized display applications. These include corporate showrooms and lobbies, design studios, and other large productions.
Fast forward to last year. Sony unveiled two new CLED display systems in 2021 — the modular Crystal LED C-series with high contrast, and the B-series with high brightness. Both new displays deliver enhanced content that produce high resolution, smooth pictures free of motion blur, and remarkable gradation expression. Both variations are lightweight with streamlined designs meant to be flexible, durable, and easy to install in various configurations such as wall-mounted or even in a curved arrangement.
Create the cinematic experience you crave. Whether you opt for OLED or CLED, you can expect immersive viewing worthy of your entertainment ecosystem.
Responsive Living, the term coined by Acoustic Architects founders, Aaron Flint and Spencer Hauldren, is the concept of seamlessly enhancing the client’s unique lifestyle using smart home technology. Responsive Living allows you to interact with your space via touch input, voice command, and predictive automation, placing you in full control of your home.
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