Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Modular OLED TV

I guess it’s about time to update your home theater and take it to the next level with the new Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Modular OLED TV. This new LCD television will come in at 155-inch screen thus it’s dubbed as the world’s first largest scale display system using the organic light emitting diode as the light source.

Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Modular OLED TV

Slated to have its release date later this month (particularly on September 21), the Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Modular OLED TV will pack specs and features including a maximum brightness of 1200 cd/m making it twice as bright as the company’s other LED-backlit TVs and will make it really suitable for outdoor digital signage. Also, the horizontal and vertical viewing angle of this OLED TV is measured at 80 degrees. This literally huge set weighs in at just 17.6 pounds and measures in at only 15.1 inches thick. However, there’s a little downside about this one. The panel only packs an 8.5dpi pixel density obtaining the color clarity of OLED, but it wouldn’t give you the HD viewing experience that most people are expecting for nowadays.

The Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Modular OLED TV is anticipated to go on sale later this month. Furthermore, the OLED TV will be showcased for the CEATEC Japan 2010. The company is still mum about the price of this new set, though.

LG LEX8 LED HDTV: LED TV with Nano Lighting Technology

Are you looking for the top of the heap 3D LCD TV which you can splurge your cash on? Then watch out as LG is preparing to unveil the newest progress in the Nano Lighting Technology via the LG LEX8 LED HDTV at the upcoming IFA show in Berlin.

Dubbed as the world’s slimmest full LED HDTV, the LG LEX8 LED TV demonstrates just 88cm of thickness and a bezel of just 1.25 centimeters. But if you think its being thin is just the reason to look out for it, then you’re wrong as this LED TV comes in a full 3D television with 7-watt speakers and Clear Voice II.

LG LEX8 LED HDTV with Nano Lighting Technology

Featuring the Nano LED lighting technology, the LEX8 can be described as “an extremely thin film printed with minuscule dots positioned in front of a full array of LEDs disperses light more evenly and effectively across the screen”.

As for the other technical specs and features, the full HD LED HDTV has 400 Hz TruMotion and Infinite Contrast Ratio which remove blur because of a fast moving image processing, Micro pixel Control, and scanning backlights. The company has also integrated NetCast Internet System, Magic Remote Control which functions like a Wii remote, and DLNA for streaming. It also supports DivX HD via a USB port.

Sadly though the LG LEX8 LED TV will be hitting Germany and Japan first. There isn’t any word yet about its release date in other regions.  Moreover, no words in terms of the price yet either, but after the IFA expo in Berlin this week, exact details will be much more. So, stay tuned!

Nano Lighting Technology

Samsung UN65C8000 65-inch LED 3D HDTV

Samsung has just introduced a new ultra slim design 3D HDTV.  This model Samsung UN65C8000 has a large 65-inch ultra thin LED backlit screen with elegant metalic design.

UN65C8000 features a 3D processor delivering the pure thrill of 3D entertainment.  It also has 2D to 3D conversion system.  Its 240 Hz LCD display is capable of full 1080p content and unparalleled 8,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.

Samsung UN65C8000 65-inch LED 3D HDTV

The HDTV also features Dimming technology for improved black levels, Internet@TV that allows you to get connected and watch the best of the web, 3rd party cam which enables Skype video calls using Samsung app, 4 HDMI, 2 USB, and Dolby digital SRS TheaterSound.

UN65C8000 LED 3D HDTV  is already availabe for the price of $6,000.

How to Make 3D Glasses for Movies

With the frenzy over a number of 3D movies which have been coming out lately, of course there’s also a need for 3D glasses. But when 3D glasses are hard to find especially when polarized 3D glasses don’t come with the DVD that you bought, you need to be resourceful.

how to make 3d glasses for movies

So if you’re planning to watch How to Train Your Dragon, Pirates of the Caribbean, or even other first 3D movies released and you don’t have your 3D glasses with you, then don’t worry as we will help you how to make 3D glasses for movies.  Just stick with us and you’ll learn to make your own 3D glasses in no time.

How to Make 3D Glasses for Movies :

What you need:

  • Poster board or fairly thick paper
  • Pens/ Pencils
  • Pair of scissors
  • Colored cellophane: red, blue, and green
  • Glue
  • Tape


  1. Draw the frames of your glasses on a piece of paper.  Just like regular glasses, draw the front and the side arm pieces which you will hook on your ears.
  2. On a poster board or a thick of paper, trace your designs and cut each of them out. Cut the eye holes, too. Ensure that the frames will fit the face of the person using them. Now, tape the side arm pieces to the front piece.
  3. For the eye holes, you’ll need two colors, read and cyan.  However, cyan is a little hard to find. That’s why we’ll have a combination of green and blue cellophane sheet. Since you’re making 2 layers for the cyan, you might as well double the layer for your red.  Take note: the acetates should be larger than the actual eye holes.
  4. Tape the red piece of cellophane sheet on the right eye and the cyan over the left eye.
  5. Put additional accents on your frames. Decorate them with beads, or stickers to make them look even better.

Ta-da! How to make 3D glasses for movies are pretty simple, right?  Now, you or your kids will be the envy of others because of your homemade 3D glasses.

LG 50PX950 and 60PX950 Full HD 3D TVs

LG has just announced their two new full HD 3DTVs, – the 50PX950 and 60PX950 that have 50 and 60 inch screen sizes respectively.   This full HD 3D Tvs offer a wider viewing angle because of its PDP Plasma running at 600MHz and it also has a True Black Filter.   Its DLNA connection allows the users to connect to their favorite social networking sites such as Youtube, and Picasa.

LG 50PX950 and 60PX950 Full HD 3D HDTVs

The two new Full High-Definition HDTVs are now available at South Korean Market.  No info about the release date in other countries.  Here are the prices: 50PX950 model (50 inch) = $4,200 and the 60PX950 model (60 inch) = $2,500.

Sharp AQUOS DX3 HDTVs with Built-in Blu-ray Player

As an addition to the company’s newest range of high definition televisions (HDTVs), Sharp Japan has launched the new AQUOS DX3 Series with screen sizes varying from 26-, 32-, 40-, 46-and 52- inches and each has a Blu-ray recorder onboard. As parts of the series, the Sharp AQUOS LC-40DX2, LC-46DX3, and LC-52DX3 support a full HD 10080p resolution on screens measuring 40-, 46-, and 52-inches respectively. Expect 2m: 1 contrast ratios, BD-LIVE support, and Ethernet connectivity, three HDMI interfaces, DLNA support to connect to home networks, LED backlight enhanced to reduce power consumption, and integrated UV2A panel (except for the 26-inch model).

Sharp Aquos DX3 HDTVs

As for the AQUOS LC-32DX3, this 32-inch TV sports a 1,366 x 768 720p HD display, keeping the similar 2m: 1 ratio and connectivity. It’s packed with two HDMI ports along with analog RGB, VGA, and USB.

Anticipated to hit the Japanese market on May 20th, the LC-26DX3, and LC-32DX3 will be available by that time and priced at 140,000 Yen ($1,505) and 160,000 Yen ($1,720) respectively.  While the other AQUOS TVs from the DX3 series such as the LC-40DX3, LC-46DX3, and LC-52DX3 are expected to be released by June 10th. Prices are 230,000 Yen ($2,473), 330,000 Yen ($3,548), and 400,000 Yen ($4,300) respectively. There hasn’t been nay word yet if these models are going to be available outside the country.

Viewsonic VT2300LED LCD TV – Energy-Efficient HDTV

When looking for a LCD TV to buy, one important thing to consider is if this HDTV can help  you to save energy. We know how addicting to watch  in HDTV and if you dont consider this when buying, you will regret the time that you bought it whenever its time to pay your montly electric bill.

The latest VT2300LED LCD TV from Viewsonic just announced today comes with latest technology that can help you to save energy. This eco-friendly  HDTV was previewed at CES 2010. Compare to other traditional HDTV, VT2300LED saves about 30-50% of energy.

ViewSonic VT2300LED ViewLED Series LED TV

Viewsonic VT2300LED LCD TV features an 23-inch full 1080p HD resolution with 5ms response time, It has 100000:1 Contrast Ratio and 16:9 Aspect Ratio, ATSC/NTSC/QAM tune and 3 HDMI ports.

Viewsonic VT2300LED HDTV is now available  for the price of $399.

Mitsubishi 3D DLP HDTV

Everyone’s been anxiously waiting for an update of the 3D home theaters in the market. The good news is that Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. (MDEA) has just announced the launch of another top of the line 3D-capable DLP high definition television. Through the extreme speed of the DLP chip, combined with 3D technology, this relaxing experience will be appreciated.

Mitsubishi came up with the new range of 3D HDTV and they are the 638 , 738, and 838 Series. These High Definition  Televisions are available in 60- to 82-inch which support full high definition 1080p display.  A 16-speaker Dolby Digital lets you experience compelling 5.1-channel surround sound and deliver a perfectly balanced home theater. Another optional StreamTV internet media is also integrated which enables instant access to an all-encompassing library of high quality entertainment and social media content in addition to the HD and 3D support.

Mitsubishi 3D-DLP HDTV

All the three series of the Mitsubishi 3D DLP HDTV feature HDMI-PC Compatibility, trio HDMI ports with CEC, and 2 Component and Composite video inputs.

The 838 Series is available in 65, 73 and 82-inch sizes. This series sports a 6-speaker 32W audio system, Bluetooth A2DP streaming, and surround sound audio outputs.  It also supports several video processing technologies likes   PerfecTint, PerfectColor,  ISFccc, Dark Detailer, and  Advanced Video Adjustments.

While the 738 Series, available in 60-, 65-, 73– and 82 inches includes StreamTV functionality, support for a WiFi 802.11n USB, and then various system for image processing such as  Smooth120,  Plush 1080p 5G 12-bit Video processor, DeepField Imager, Advanced Video Calibration, EdgeEnhance,  and Universal Remote Control.

Prices vary from $1,199 for an entry-level 638 Series model to $4,499 for the 82-inch WD-82838.

Prices for an entry-level 638 series to 82 inches (WD-82838) ranges from $1,199 to $4,499 respectively.

Toshiba UX600 Series HDTVs: WiFi, 1080p, LED-backlit

Toshiba just announced their new UX600 Cinema Series LED-backlit HDTVs, This LCD TV is something different from any other HDTVs that Toshiba announced this 2010 because UX600 Cinema Series is equipped with WiFi adapter which enable it to also function as a NET TV allowing you to access Youtube, Pandora, VUDU (lets you access to 3000 HD movies on demand), as well as some social networking sites such as facebook and twitter.

In addition Toshiba UX600 Cinema Series also carry the Compatible with Windows 7 logo because this HDTV allows you to use Windows 7’s Play to feature that can be used for playing music, videos and also pictures through network via Ethernet or Wi-Fi connectivity.

toshiba ux600 cinema series hdtv

Toshiba UX600 Cinemas Series will be available in three models: 40UX600 (40-inches), 46UX600 (46-inches) and the 55UX600 (55-inches).

All of the 3 models features CrystalCoat Screen coating with 3M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, offers 1080p HD movies w/ 5.1 surround system. And also has the ClearFrame 120HZ Technology to reduce motion blur when watching fast-moving videos like action movies. Another are the Autoview and Dynalight for optimal picture in all lighting conditions.

Retail Price: 40UX600 ($1,399), 46UX600($1,699) and 55UX600 ($2499).

Sharp Aquos Quattron with QuadPixel Technology

All of the LCD TV that we have today including your old colored TV use only 3 colors of light, The RED, GREEN, and BLUE in order to display different colors on the screen.  This primary colors are combined at different levels  to display the desired output with millions of possible colors.

Sharp recently introduced their latest LCD TV with QuadPixel technology –  The Sharp Aquos Quattron.  Sharp’s Engineers have figured out how to add  the fourth primary color which is YELLOW.  So, this HDTV uses RGBY instead of the standard RGB primary colors.  By adding the 4th pixel color, sharp was able to expand the color gamut and enable the screen to display more than 1 trillion of colors.  Golden yellow of brass instruments that are difficult to display using conventional conventional LCD can be displayed easily in Sharp Aquos Quattron with Quadpixel Technology.

sharp aquos quattron with quad pixel technology
Sharp is going to release 3 Quadpixel TVs this May 2010, the LE920 Full-HD 1080p LCD TV Series will be available in different sizes measuring 52-inch priced at $3,300, 60-inch priced at $4,099 and the 68-inches priced at $6,499.