Preparing for its showcase at CEDIA EXPO this month, high-end TV supplier NuVision announced plans for expanded lines of LCD TVs and video projectors, including some of the company’s first 3D-capable models.
Two of the color sets and the new FX10 (bottom photo)
The 2010/2011 models were all designed to be “truly customizable,” offering customers the ability to have handcrafted anodized aluminum bezels with the option for custom colors accommodating any color shade.
NuVision CEO David Hester said the company is targeting well-heeled customers who demand top quality and personalization.
For enhanced home integration, NuVision now places ports – called NuControl ports – on every display it sells. This NuControl is a bi-directional serial control port configured on an RJ-45 jack for the ease of installers who wire homes with Cat-5 cable. The system uses the RJ-45 pins for its own purposes, including allowing IR pass-through and repeat without carrier for connection to an array of home control systems, such as Control4 and Savant.
The RS-232 protocols are the same in all sets regardless of screen size and allow complete control of all system functions.
Additionally, all of the company’s LCD TVs now offer 1080p resolution and either edge-lit LED backlighting or full array LED backlighting.
Expanding upon it’s the previous Film Times Five (FX5) technology, which used 120Hz motion compensation by repeating the first frame five times over, NuVision has advanced to an FX10 system in large-screen models.
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