'Comparison'

POWER CONSUMPTION

The LED TVs approach plasma displays in power usage. LED TVs come across a bit more power than a traditional LCD TV in the same screen size.
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SIZE AND COST

Traditional LCD televisions are available in sizes as small as 15 inches and as large as 65 inches. › Continue reading…

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LONGEVITY

Approximately 100,000 hours lifetime for their televisions are claiming from most manufacturers. LED backlit televisions are brand new and don’t have much of a track record but long lived. › Continue reading…

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VIEWING ANGLES

The LED backlit LCDs we’ve seen have done a fantastic job of correcting contrast degradation issue and have viewing angles that rival plasma TVs › Continue reading…

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CONTRAST / BLACK LEVELS

When the TV is on, the Traditional LCD televisions always have their backlight on. The screen must block the light by twisting the crystals to a closed position, to create black or dark areas, often resulting in a lower contrast ratio and less detail in dark areas of the picture. › Continue reading…

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LED TV vs. LCD TV

LED TVs are technically a member of the LCD(liquid crystal display) TV family. The main difference between the two lies with different backlighting techniques , changes the characteristics of picture quality dramatically. › Continue reading…

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