Laser TV Hisense 120L9G: the future is here

From cinema to TV and back

Today it is difficult to imagine a world without cinema and television: in every

there is a TV at home, and some may evenshow off your home cinema. One click of a button - and hundreds of channels, thousands of films and TV series are in front of you. But access to video content and entertainment hasn't always been so easy. Even before there were televisions, the only way to watch movies was to go to the nearest movie theater.

Then, with the invention of television, theevolution of technology. In the USSR, one of the first television receivers was the KVN-49 of the Aleksandrovsky Radio Plant and the Sever of the Moscow Rubin Television Plant. Of course, the picture was black and white, and in appearance they bore little resemblance to modern models.

Over time, televisions have become color and moreavailable. However, the need to be in time to watch your favorite show or movie still remained a significant inconvenience for the audience. That was until the age of VCRs and VHS cassettes, which changed the rules of the game. And although VHS (and even DVD) have become obsolete over the past 20 years, it is thanks to this technique that the very concept of “home theater” has appeared.

Hisense is an innovator in the production of laser TVs

For a while it was popular to watch movies onlaptops and phones, but it also passed. Now the user has become especially selective and wants to get the most out of watching movies, preferring surround sound and a large screen with high image quality. If a hundred years ago a screen diagonal of 30 cm was considered incredible, now it will seem frivolous. Even the familiar plasma panel, which appeared in 1992, is already considered obsolete. The most advanced model to date is the laser TV.

The term "laser TV" dates back to the 70sXX century, but it never became a mass product at that time. It was only possible to revive it in 2007. And this was done by one of the world market leaders in the production of televisions and home appliances - Hisense. Then she introduced her first laser TV with an ultra-short throw distance.

Hisense is an innovator in the fieldmanufactures laser TVs and offers the most advanced technologies on the market. The company already has 1,366 patents and 531 laser TV licenses. The presence of its own developments helps Hisense to produce almost all structural elements on its own and at a high level.

Why a laser TV is the perfect choice for home theater

Hisense laser TVs area set of a special screen and a laser projector. Model L9G is distinguished by a unique design in the style of modern architectural structures. The console is finished in black and features a sleek top panel with soft curved lines and state-of-the-art IMD technology. The TV will perfectly fit into any interior.

The model compares favorably with conventional TVsits mobility with impressive screen sizes (Hisense L9G is presented in diagonals of 100 and 120 inches), and from conventional projectors - picture quality and durability. The laser light source based on X-FusionTM technology lasts much longer than conventional LEDs and high pressure lamps. The Hisense 120L9G has a guaranteed service life without loss of picture quality of 25,000 hours.

The light from a laser TV, as opposed toconventional TV is reflected off the surface rather than being aggressively radiated directly towards the user's eyes. Therefore, the type of this surface is important for creating a high-quality final image. For example, the picture loses its brightness if the surface is very matte - it will absorb, rather than reflect, the incident light. Conversely, if the screen has a highly reflective surface, the ambient light from the room will mix with the light from the projector, resulting in a blurry, low-contrast image.

The Hisense 120L9G screen is built according to a specialALR technology (Ambient Light Rejecting) with protection against ambient light (up to 85%). Now the user does not have to wait for the evening to watch a movie on Laser TV. Even in daylight, the content will be bright and saturated.

Conventional projector and laser TV - what's the difference

Most projectors (laser or otherwise)designed to be displayed on a flat surface from a distance. They are often hung from the ceiling or placed at the back of the room (we still remember meetings with colleagues or viewing slides in school lessons). Buying ordinary projectors, users often hope to arrange a real home theater. But there is a problem. Conventional projectors often lack their own speakers, Smart TV software, and support for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless connections. They are strictly for displaying large images and require a source of content, a screen (or the same white wall) and a sound system.

Ultra short throw projectors createthe images are similarly large, but that's where the similarities end. They require a much smaller distance from the projector to the screen: the Hisense 120L9G has only 30.3 cm.

Ordinary projectors are almost never bundledown screens - the buyer has to purchase it separately or be content with a dull picture on the wall. The Hisense Laser TV concept makes life a lot easier: the 120L9G is a laser ultra-short throw projector with a lens that is pre-configured for a specific image size and comes with its own screen. This greatly simplifies the purchase process: choose the desired screen size and call your friends to watch your favorite movies together.

Technologies that are responsible for the quality of picture and sound

Hisense Laser TV Supports 4KUltra HD. More than 8 million pixels form a fundamentally new image - clear and bright, retaining all the original colors. In addition, with a tri-color laser light source, the company has achieved 107% coverage of the BT.2020 color space, the standard that defines the color gamut of TVs of the future. Also thanks to Trichroma technology, the Hisense Laser TV 120L9G delivers even brightness (up to 3,000 lumens) across the entire screen for better image reproduction and ultra-realistic picture quality.

A few more technologies that provide an unforgettable viewing experience:

  • smooth motion— guarantees smooth playback of dynamic scenes.
  • MEMC— thanks to the technology, blurriness and delays in image transmission are reduced and its clarity is increased, which is especially important when watching sporting events.
  • Dolby atmosprovides surround sound.The peculiarity of the technology is that it expands the capabilities of existing surround sound systems by adding height channels. This allows sounds to be interpreted as three-dimensional objects. High-quality front speakers with a power of 40 W are also responsible for the sound. They create an impressive presence effect, so we recommend watching horror movies on the Hisense 120L9G only to the bravest, and certainly in a large group.

Fan zone and real cinema at home

We have not in vain mentioned the company of friends.Watching a movie on a Hisense 120L9G laser TV is the perfect occasion to gather loved ones at home. It is equipped with the VIDAA U4 platform, which provides access to popular streaming services and applications (YouTube, RuTube, ivi, Okko and others).

The big screen delivers the right impression – likeas if your loved ones came to a real movie theater, but without annoying "neighbors" who loudly crunch popcorn while watching the movie "A Quiet Place". Who went to the picture of John Krasinski in the cinema, will understand this pain. By the way, laser projectors are used in the best IMAX cinemas.

TV Hisense 120L9G is able to broadcastreally spectacular visual effects. My personal recommendation is to rewatch George Miller's 2015 masterpiece Mad Max. 4K Ultra HD and Trichroma technology deliver rich, apocalyptic hues. If you want to enjoy the amazing soundtrack of Hans Zimmer's Interstellar movie, Hisense L9G equipped with Dolby Atmos and high-quality 40W front speakers is an obvious choice. You and your friends will have goosebumps all over your body, it’s checked - you will feel the effect of being on another planet.

Due to Smooth Motion technology, an ordinary apartmentwith Hisense TVs, L9G turns into a real fan zone for sports fans. And, of course, the model is equipped with all the necessary connectors: HDMI2.0 + ARC / CEC, three HDMI, two USB ports, Ethernet RJ45, TV tuner, dual-frequency Wi-Fi, Internet connection and Bluetooth.

Comfortable viewing without harm to the eyes

Having studied all the advantages of Hisense laser TV,there is a desire to spend watching it all your free time. At the same time, if you are worried about health, then in the case of a laser TV, this problem is irrelevant. The developers have taken care of the audience: TUV-certified blue light reduction technology reduces eye strain. In addition, for eye protection, the projector is equipped with a sensor that turns off the laser when foreign objects approach the console. And let's remind you that thanks to ALR technology, it is not necessary to watch a movie in complete darkness, as it blocks 85% of stray light.

What's the bottom line?

  • The Hisense 120L9G Laser TV is the ideal choice for creating a true home theater experience.
  • The 120-inch panel will help you set up a fan zone or home theater in your home, which will allow you to fully immerse yourself in what is happening on the screen. And the TV will fit perfectly into any interior.
  • The TV is a set of a screen and a laser projector, you do not need to buy anything else.
  • Hisense 120L9G TVs are equipped with the most advanced technologies that provide viewing of a variety of content: from blockbusters to sports matches.
  • No more worrying about your health:the screen with an accurate and rich 4K picture works without harm to the health of the viewer, blocking blue light. It also doesn't require darkening the room, ensuring screen brightness and high image quality in any light.

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