ByLinky Johnson 2019-01-23 1867
The resolution of Mijia laser projection TV 4K edition reaches 4K level (3840 x 2160). With 3000:1 contrast and HDR10 decoding, the high dynamic range picture can be better presented. With the new ALPD3.0 laser fluorescence display technology of Guangfeng Optoelectronics, the proportion of red light is as high as 16-18%, which meets the International Telecommunication Union Rec.709 standard and has richer colors.
According to official introduction, the Mijia Laser Projection Television 4K version is designed with 0.233:1 large depth of field ultra-short-focus lens. The body can project 100-inch super-large picture with only 24cm away from the wall, and it can project a 150-inch super screen at most. This redefines the concept of your home theater.
Moreover, the Mijia laser projection TV 4K version is equipped with a high-fidelity audio system specially designed and developed. The combination of dual full-frequency and dual high-frequency brings a broader stereo sound quality. With the unique design of the inverted tube of the speaker, the residual sound waves in the speaker are released, and the volume is more surging.
It also carries powerful Dolby virtual surround and voice enhancement technology, so that you are completely immersed in the embrace of three-dimensional sound, no matter be intense fight or drizzle cicada chirp, be like personally on the scene.
In addition, the Mijia laser projection TV 4K version supports AI voice control, holding down the voice button on the remote control to say what you want to see. You can also use voice control by Xiao Ai classmates, using the same MIUI TV system as Xiaomi TV. Xiaomi's rich video resources are included in it. The intelligent PatchWall mosaic wall can recommend customized content according to your viewing habits.
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