• Made of two major parts: An LCD panel and a backlight. The LCD panel includes the pixels the slightly colored dots that make up a TV’s picture.
• The “LED” in LED TV basically refers to just how the backlight is made.
• The LEDs are attached to all four sides of the TV and light is projected inward to the center of the TV via “lightguides.” These kinds of TVs are commonly described as “edge-lit” LED-based LCDs and are by far the most common available today.
• LED backlighting of either range doesn’t enhance LCD’s poor off-angle viewing.
• LED-backlit LCD TVs are more power effective
• An LED TV attains deeper blacks as well as producing brighter images, thereby producing clearer contrast ratios.
• They are thinner (particularly edge-LED lighting systems)
• They provide better screening angles than other LCD TVs.
• LEDs are long-durable.
• LEDs are more power-efficient than their CCFL counterparts and nicer than plasma TVs and very much better than CRTs;
• LEDs don’t utilize mercury like some other backlighting methods.
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