Dimenco BDL5231V3D The Daddy Of 3D TVs

Written by  Robert Moses
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Japanese electronic heavyweights, Nissho Electronics releases its latest 52-inch Glasses-free 3D HDTV in Japan, the Dimenco BDL5231V3D. As far as clarity is concerned, this TV is one of the best after all, it is HD. With regards to its sound quality, again it comes with digitally enhanced sound engineering. I’m hoping that means pretty good sound quality. As far as a good TV watching experience is concerned, this one takes the cake. I’d highly recommend it for any deep pocketed couch potato. What’s even better is that there is no complicated procedure of wearing #D glasses. The 3 dimensional effect is already built into the TV screen.

But on a more serious note, this is a definite must for all those who have a fetish for home theater systems. From most of the other companies that are out there, this one does not compromise on quality. Here is a list of all its features that it comes with.

The Dimenco BDL5231V3D features a 2000:1 contrast ratio, along with 1920×1080 Full HD resolution. It also comes with an 8ms response time and 700cd/m2 brightness. The 3D HDTV supports 2D and 3D modes and is competent to auto switch between 2D and 3D.

It is equipped with Dimenco’s rendering core for 2D/3D display processing. The TV supports 2D-plus Depth in 3D form that transfer 28 diverse outlooks that is interwoven into a 3D image. It offers DVI-D single link input.

Ideally, I’d say that this would be an ideal choice for those who are on the lookout for a quality 3D HD television set. But obviously this TV is not just meant for anybody. It’s meant for anybody who can pay. Nissho has set the price of the Dimenco BDL5231V3D at a whopping 1.7 million yen ($20,700). So would you still be willing to buy this TV?

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