What is Led Tv

They represent at least 2% of the current market, they are thin and much less greedy power than CCFL LCD and Plasma counterparts… Who are – they? TV led LCD TV of course family! Zoom on this marvel of technology…

Led TV: a Small Economic Revolution

After taking the place of conventional lighting, small green Led bulbs to consume TV you tell me! Hey well Yes, that’s it, manufacturers of televisions seize this new market, which celebrates the famous LEDs to take advantage of their energy performance.

Led TV, What is it?

Unlike the ordinary LCD, led TV uses, as its name suggests, a backlight led rather than fluorescent tubes to illuminate the screen. The LEDs are only present on the perimeter or on all the back surface of the slab, the TV led offers better quality than a LCD screen to neon.

> > > but, of course, the quality of the LCD LED screen is proportional to the amount of LED bulbs located behind the screen, according to product lines.

The LCD led has the ability to turn off and turn on its Led by area or in full. However, the problem is that this technique promoting black shades, the Led may weaken white. Regarding colors, the rendering of led TV doesn’t LCD to neon. Depends on the models, the setting… and your tastes!

The plus should not be overlooked: the aesthetic aspect. Indeed, the TV led are thinner than their counterparts and can, without difficulty, cling to the wall, without this “cumbersome” side.

As for the price, it is still a bit high, we grant you, in comparison to the neon and the Plasma LCD. It takes €2000 for a TV Samsung led 46 inch (UE46B7000) for example. For the same dimension, we find LCD lines to less than € 1000neon… He will have to wait a little longer!

The Life Expectancy of the Tv Led

Finally, the Led TV have a better life and are more eco-friendly all other TVs, thanks to their ability to completely turn off certain areas of the screen, generating less light and less consumption. Example: a 55 inch Samsung Led’s consume 162 Watts/m² while a LCD of same size reached about 260 Watts/m² for everyday use…

So, tempted by the led TV ? In all cases, we look forward to discover the new future ranges of television led to energy savings !