Custom Oled Displays.LED is better if it is small! In the process of choosing and purchasing monitors, we have seen the word “MiniLED” more or less.
And after understanding and consulting, everyone will more or less have the idea of buying MiniLED monitors. However, due to the lack of obvious picture contrast, there is no clear concept of the degree of improvement of the MiniLED backlight on the display effect, resulting in concerns.
For this reason, the author will compare the difference between the MiniLED backlight display and the ordinary LCD screen in the look and feel, in order to provide you with a more intuitive reference. Before the formal comparison, the author briefly talks about the principle of MiniLED backlight technology, so that it is easier for everyone to understand some of the parameter names involved in the text.
At present, the widely used MiniLED is mainly in the form of backlight, which still does not get rid of the category of LCD screen. The main reason why the LCD screen can glow is that it has a backlight module composed of many LED lamp beads. MiniLED simply understands that the lamp beads in the LCD backlight module are reduced to 50-200 microns. This size allows the panel to hold more lamp beads, resulting in a significant increase in brightness and contrast.
It’s no good to talk more. Look at the monitor first. The author chooses Philips 27B1U7903 as the MiniLED display product to compare the display effect with the ordinary LCD display. Through the dimensions of highlight display, color contrast and light leakage effect, we can see what improvements the MiniLED backlight has compared with the traditional backlight display in the actual use scene.
Among the many MiniLED displays, why Philips 27B1U7903 is chosen as the representative. The main reason is that the Philips 27B1U7903 uses a 27-inch 16:9 screen, which is the most widely used screen size. 3840 × 2160 is also the mainstream screen resolution at present, and in order to ensure the objectivity of the actual shot comparison, the LCD screen we choose also supports 4K resolution.
In addition, Philips 27B1U7903 uses the latest QD-MiniLED backlight technology, with a peak brightness of 1400 nits and high contrast brought by 2304 sub-zone backlights. Because of its excellent parameter performance, it can fully show the performance advantages of MiniLED backlight technology, and is more representative.
1. Make sure that all pictures are actually taken under the same camera, lens, aperture, shutter, and ISO settings.
two。. Turn off all indoor light sources to ensure that the screen will not be affected by the different refraction of the screen surface.
3. Make sure that different screens are photographed at the same distance and the same size of the material.
Although, we have tried to ensure that the actual shooting conditions are basically the same. However, the brightness of the Philips 27B1U7903 MIniLED backlit screen still exceeded our expectations. In order to more intuitively show the difference in brightness between the two displays, we use Spyder X Elite color calibrator to measure the luminance values of them respectively. From the following figure, we can see that with the same luminance setting of 50%, the Philips 27B1U7903 luminance value is 373.9, while the LCD screen luminance value is only 144.7.