While most TVs are sold as “Full-HD”, cheaper options were “HD-Ready”. The difference between the two? HD-Ready maxed out out at resolution of 1280 x 720p, which is high definition but not the highest definition around. Full-HD packs in the deficit with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 for a sharper result to the trained eye. According to TV distributor Nu-World Industries however, most people can’t see that difference.
“This speaker is not about the traditional idea of making boxes, but about a directional form. I became fascinated with the idea of using triangles to break down the mass of the box, and to see if we could dissolve the sense of volume through sculptural detail. We created a new geometry for this speaker. A new geometry of sound.”
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