Hisense Laser TV Teardown: Demystifying the Internal Structure of Ultra Short Throw

laser TV has become the first choice for many consumers to upgrade home audio and video equipment with the advantages of large screen and 4K HD. The visual experience of the screen, especially the principle of diffuse reflection imaging of the laser TV, allows it to effectively protect eyesight and prevent myopia, and many parents regard it as the best alternative to TV. So how does the ultra-short throw laser TV work to achieve a large screen for short-distance projection? Let me share with you the official disassembly diagram of a Hisense laser TV L5 series. From the picture, we can see the complete key components:

Hisense Laser TV Teardown

This disassembled picture comes from the first global laser display technology and industrial development forum last year. Hisense, as one of the organizers, showed the core components of the L5 laser TV. Currently, China has applied for and authorized more than 7,000 laser display patents, accounting for the global laser Shows more than 50% of patents.

Hisense Laser TV Teardown

The interior of the laser TV is mainly composed of laser, light deflector and screen. Hisense L5 also uses a semiconductor-pumped solid-state laser to generate R (red), G (green), and B (blue) continuous, three-wavelength laser light sources, and controls the R, G, and B laser scanning images by TV signals. As a light source, ultra-high light energy is gathered on the screen, which can achieve more than 90% of human eye color gamut coverage, which is why laser TV is brighter and more colorful than LED projection .

With extremely meters , millet Mi , nuts and other brand development, as well as shellfish projection join other rising star, I believe will become increasingly popular large-size television, laser TV technology continue to make breakthroughs, LED light source brightness rising for consumers In general, the experience of large-screen home will become more and more abundant.