LG’s new DFC engine allows it to increase the contrast ratio of their LCD displays from 700:1 to an incredible 1600:1. This means razor sharp text, brighter, more colorful images, and accurate reproduction of colors. You’ll find this technology in the 80 Series (L1780Q plus/L1980Q plus), 70 series (L1770H/L1970H), and 32 Series (L1932P/L1732P); all of which will be released in April.

“The DFC engine in LG’s new displays is comprised of three units. ACR (Auto Contents Recognition) detects the type of content that you are viewing and decides how to make the best use of the enhanced contrast.”

Source: [BIOS]

LG’s new DFC engine allows it to increase the contrast ratio of their LCD displays from 700:1 to an incredible 1600:1. This means razor sharp text, brighter, more colorful images, and accurate reproduction of colors. You’ll find this technology in the 80 Series (L1780Q plus/L1980Q plus), 70 series (L1770H/L1970H), and 32 Series (L1932P/L1732P); all of which will be released in April.

“The DFC engine in LG’s new displays is comprised of three units. ACR (Auto Contents Recognition) detects the type of content that you are viewing and decides how to make the best use of the enhanced contrast.”

Source: [BIOS]