Super Top Emission technology is a micro-cavity structure that incorporates color filters. Each RGB color has a different wavelength. Sony’s micro-cavity structure provides different emission layer thicknesses corresponding to the wavelength of each RGB color. The micro-cavity structure uses an optical resonance effect to enhance color purity and improve light-emission efficiency. The color filter of each RGB also enhances the color purity of emitted light, while reducing ambient light reflection.
A key advantage of TRIMASTER™ EL technology from Sony is the fact that because of its self-emitting properties, each pixel can be turned completely off. No other display technology is able to offer this. Our solution is capable of reproducing accurate black with each individual pixel, enabling users to faithfully evaluate each picture image.
Our Super Top Emission technology not only offers a wide color gamut with the purity of the three primary colors, but also maintains this wide color gamut throughout the entire luminance range.
* Color gamut images based on Sony’s test results.
Because the OLED emitting layer inherently responds to any electrical current input, it emits light immediately. Our OLED gray-to-gray switching speed (measured in microseconds, μs) is much faster than that of LCDs (measured in milliseconds, ms).
The TRIMASTER™ EL OLED panel offers an industry-leading viewing angle compared with other professional flat-panel monitors on the market. This enables group monitoring—for example, video engineers or colorists can view the display properly from many different angles—and facilitates more efficient content creation activities.