Led Television

LED Television

A Term LED TV (light-emitting diode television) for describing LCD (liquid crystal display) TVs that utilizes LED Backlighting. LED TV is a controversial term effectively used for advertisements between Samsung and its competitors. But the complaints of the competitors is, LED TV produces a display of 100% LEDs and which is not compromised in this. LEDs in their current form are much too large to be individual pixels on conventional television.
In order to capture some of the hype around O-LED TVs, Samsung has chosen to brand its LED-lit range of LCD TVs but still except for the Sony XEL-1 they are not commercially available.
LED-backlit LCD TVs do differ from conventional LCD TVs in some important areas:

  1. LED televisions can produce bright images and deep blacks (doesn’t work for Edge-LED).
  2. The LED-TV can be extremely slim with Edge-LED lighting.
  3. LED televisions offer lower power consumption.
  4. Especially for usage when RGB-LED backlighting, they also offer a wider color gamut.

Ultimate TV Buying Guide: How to Choose the Best TV

TV is part of the American fabric, and your new TV could be your family’s best friend for years to come. So no — this isn’t like buying a toaster oven — you’re going to want to get this right, and that’s what our 2020 TV Buying Guide is all about. After all, before you spend thousands of hours watching it, you’ll want to spend a few choosing it.

What is 4K TV? Is OLED worth it? What about OLED vs. LED? And the biggie: what TV should you buy?  Our goal is to de-mystify and simplify. If you don’t need to know it, we’re not going to tell it. If it’s a minor detail but still good to know, we’ll point it out.

In the end, we won’t know which TV is best for you. But you will, and that’s the whole idea.

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