By >Daimaou - G.G-B
LG introduces a new 3D Cinema TV in Europe with the DM50D
Here you are another 3D Cinema TV, you know the kind of TVs that uses passives 3D screens, well LG’s new DM50D, a 50” TV, seems to be target for the European market and comes with the usual DTV tuner that supports MPEG4, DVBC, DVBT, as well as USB Quick View HD Play giving you access to photo through a USB flash drive for example as well as LG’s 2D to 3D conversion.
Still the announcement (Press Release Below) don’t tell us much, no exact release date (Early July), no price tag… Anyway I am sure that LG will fix this soon on their website.
“Our consumer research showed that while interest in 3D monitors was high, there were certain misgivings about the cumbersome glasses, reported health concerns and lack of 3D content,” said Si-hwan Park, vice president of the monitor division at LG’s Home Entertainment Company. “Through CINEMA 3D technology, the DM50D addresses all of these concerns, leaving users free to be completely immersed in the best quality 3D content and gaming on any monitor on the market today.”
Like CINEMA 3D TVs, the DM50D monitor is also “Flicker Free” certified by European quality assurance agencies TÜV and Intertek. As well as producing wonderfully smooth 3D images, the lack of flicker and low crosstalk means an end to the dizziness and headaches users could sometimes experience on conventional 3D screens.
The DM50D boasts the ultimate in 3D brightness, more than double that of conven-tional 3D monitors. What’s more, the glasses – also available as a clip-on for corrective glasses wearers – are extremely light, have no batteries and never need to be recharged. This makes them very comfortable to wear even for long work sessions or movie marathons. The DM50D 3D glasses are very affordably priced and are compatible with all of CINEMA 3D products.The DM50D also comes with a built-in 2D to 3D conversion feature so viewers can always watch top quality 3D content on the fly. The conversion function works whether or not the monitor is connected to a PC and kicks in automatically on games to deliver the ultimate in 3D entertainment.
What’s more, the DM50D boasts Full HDTV picture quality with a built-in DTV tuner that supports MPEG4, DVBC, DVBT and other digital TV broadcasting signals. Real surround sound delivers some of the fullest and vivid sound on any monitor and HDMI makes it a cinch to connect the DM50D to 3D games consoles, set-top boxes and more. And USB Quick View HD Play allows for the direct viewing of videos and photos through a USB flash drive even when the PC is off, freeing users from long boot-up times.
LG’s DM50D monitor will be available in Europe beginning in July, to be followed by additional markets worldwide.