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LCD splicing continuously improves its seam quality

Time:2019-08-01| Author:admin

LCD splicing Gap loss, ultra-thin, energy-saving and environmentally friendly. This is already a major trend in the large screen industry. And become one of the important criteria for customers to choose. Even so, the seams of LCD products are constantly breaking through: 6.7, 6.3, 5.5, and the latest 5.3MM. LCD splicing continues to improve its seam quality. In 2014, the seams of infocomm LCD splicing products have been basically controlled to below 4mm. In the 55 inch products of Guangzhou Ruian Electronics, the seam has decreased to 3.9mm, setting a record for the narrowest seam in LCD products and becoming one of the focuses of industry attention.

The competition of "stitching" technology is one of the focuses of the large screen splicing market. In addition, energy conservation, environmental protection, and ultra-thin "cold screen" is also a highlight of LCD splicing. Through on-site touch, the audience can feel that the temperature of the LCD splicing screen is lower than that of the plasma splicing system. Due to the widespread use of LED light source technology, liquid crystal display products have continuously improved their energy-saving level. With the advancement of heat dissipation design, LCD splicing can compete with DLP in the concept of "cold screen", surpassing plasma splicing technology.

In addition, LCD splicing manufacturers are also considering other "knocks" to solve the problem of "black lines" on the splicing wall. For example, by covering a special layer of optical material, the original black seam position can display the stretched color of the image pixels on the extreme side of the "display unit". Since then, this technology has achieved the goal of achieving a more aesthetically pleasing overall effect, although it cannot bridge the gap between LCD splicing and large screen seams.
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