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What should I do if the color difference is inconsistent? Many customers who have purchased LCD splicing will ask. Let the LCD splicing manufacturer answer your question.
Chromatic aberration: Chromatic aberration, also known as chromatic aberration, is a serious defect of lens imaging. Chromatic aberration is simply the difference in color. When polychromatic light is used as the light source, monochromatic light does not produce chromatic aberration. The wavelength range of visible light is approximately 400 to 700 nanometers. Different wavelengths of light have different colors, and their refractive index when passing through the lens also varies. This way, a point in the object may form a color spot in the image. Color difference generally includes positional color difference and magnification color difference. The positional color difference causes the image to have color spots or halos when viewed at any position, making the image blurry, while the magnification color difference causes the image to have colored edges. The main function of an optical system is achromatic.
The inconsistent color of LCD splicing is currently the biggest challenge faced by LCD splicing products. Usually, when dealing with issues such as color difference, technicians need to adjust ten monitors one by one. This not only takes time and effort, but also faces many challenges such as lack of unified color reference standards, visual recognition fatigue, and uneven color performance of different monitors. As a result, time and manpower are often exhausted, but the problem of color difference in splicing displays still exists. Recently, Shenzhen Lehua Digital, a leader in the LCD splicing industry, has launched a new series of "maintenance free, black edge removal" LCD splicing products. It is understood that this series of products can not only successfully eliminate the problem of color difference in LCD displays, but also solve the technical bottleneck of difficult maintenance for traditional LCD splicing products.
Since Samsung launched the ultra narrow edge LCD splicing, many domestic and foreign enterprises have successively expanded their business in different fields of LCD splicing. According to digital information, there are currently two common specifications for DID narrow edge LCD splicing display systems: 46 inch LCD splicing and 55 inch LCD compensation splicing. These two specifications of LCD splicing are both digital flagship products. Of course, it's not just digital. The LCD splicing display devices launched by various LCD splicing manufacturers mainly extend their business around the narrow edge advantages of 46 inch LCD splicing and 55 inch LCD compensation splicing.