Monday, 29 Mar, 2010 Technology

Meet LG's LX9500 - the First 3D LED TV in the World


The South Korean tech giant LG has recently presented the world's first LED 3D TV, dubbed LX9500. The device features LED panels installed behind the screen that illuminate the 55-inch TV.

It would be interesting to note that LX9500 has 1,200 semiconductor light sources. Thanks to the LEDs it was possible to achieve a 10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio in a body that is only 22.3mm thick.

The list of other features in the full HD device include: TruMotion 400Hz (480Hz), NetCast support, Wireless AV Link and HDMI 1.4.

If the user installs a video camera it would be possible to set up video conferences. LG's new TV makes use of active shutter glasses which one can recharge using USB so the user could benefit from 40 hours of non-stop viewing, informs Newswire.

The device supports HD DivX, MP3, JPEG play and MPO files. The 16mm-thick bezel hides the speakers. The set also features the company's Clear Voice II technology, which auto-improves the sound of the human voice frequency range, thus making the dialogues more perceptible.

The current TV is part of the company's INFINIA 3D line. The first LX9500 models will be sold in Korea, which will then be followed by North America and Europe. The device will hit other markets in May.

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