Samsung QLED delivers stunning contrast with Direct Full Array, a technology which more accurately controls a TV's backlight in order to produce better 'black colour' quality. Its numerical index is based on backlighting, anti-reflection and contrast enhancement technologies. A higher number correlates with better contrast.
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and refers to a technology that more accurately expresses visual detail in both very bright and very dark scenes.
A television screen's colour volume is a measurement of how accurately it is able to express color at any level of brightness. 2020 Samsung QLED delivers 100% real colour measured to DCI-P3 standard, and certified by VDE.
OTS stands for 'Object Tracking Sound', Samsung’s proprietary high-performance audio technology that enables users to hear sound directly from its object's relative location on the screen, even if the object is moving.
AVA stands for Active Voice Amplifier. When 2020 Samsung QLED detects potentially distracting noises nearby, it amplifies voice volume so viewers will not miss any important dialogue.
One Invisible Connection
One Invisible Connection is a single translucent optical TV cable that carries A/V and power from your TV to the Samsung QLED One Connect Box in order to avoid messy cable connections around your TV.