Sony unveils first ever 16K resolution crystal led tv for home theaters system, which was previously available for use in commercial and entertainment venues. Sony 16k tv for home is currently available through a selected group of specially trained and certified Sony dealers.
Sony’s Crystal LED is a modular technology that uses micro-LED modules, each of which consists of 16×18 inches in size at 360 x 360 resolution with three tiny LEDs for each pixel. This Crystal LED display system uses ultra-fine micro-LED measuring 0.003 mm² –half the width of a human hair – which are 100 times smaller than traditional LEDs.
This technology work like OLED but is quite much brighter as it has extremely high 1,000 nit brightness, 10-bits of gray-scale, Extraordinary color gamut – 140 percent of sRGB and 99% black surface area for delivering high contrast and high resolution.
This technology delivers crisp, blur-free moving images with high frame rate up to 120p for razor-sharp motion rendition that is far beyond the reach of conventional video as per Sony
“Scaling this technology to residential installation marks a milestone in Sony’s efforts to get closer to consumers” said Mike Fasulo, president and chief operating officer, Sony Electronics North America.
“Crystal LED delivers over a million-to-one contrast ratio, the most accurate light levels, low heat emission and a picture quality that is absolutely breathtaking. By offering the display in modular configurations, consumers now have an exciting new option for the transition from home projection systems and large-screen TVs.”
This LED tv comes in different sizes that can support upto 16K resolution which requires 63ft wide wall in your home. Different sizes are given below
- Full HD Size (18 Units) – 8ft (W) x 4ft (H)
- 4K Size (72 Units) – 16ft (W) x 9ft (H)
- 8K Size (288 Units) – 32ft (W) x 18ft (H)
- 16K Size (576 Units) – 63ft (W) x 18ft (H)
Sony has not currently announced when will this tv will be available for sale but you can experience the power of this Crystal LED Tv at CEDIA Expo 2019, held at Colorado Convention Center from Sept. 12-14 ,2019. Price details have also not been available yet but it is reported that this massive Tv may cost upto $1 million.