Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE)

Homogeneous luminance distribution and good colour purity are key to achieving very accurate image rendering. The Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE) circuit takes care of this. It automatically corrects non-uniformities in terms of luminance and chrominance for all tone values across the entire image area – pixel by pixel.


This is a digital signal interface for images and sound signals for computer monitors with a high transmission bandwidth and a compact plug design.


Digital Visual Interface. Digital interface for flatscreen monitors, which transfers digital data from the PC directly and without any losses by using the TMDS signal transfer method. There are two types of DVI connections: a DVI-D connection used solely for digital signal inputs and a DVI-I connection for digital and analogue signal inputs.

Dynamic contrast enhancement

Dynamic contrast and outline enhancement brings more contrast into the image during colour tone reproduction, while simultaneously optimising sharpness. This means that dark scenes are shown in the highest level of detail. This makes images look more vivid and films look more life-like.