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Three Differences between LCD TV and LED TV

Nowadays LCD TV and LED TV are becoming more commonly used televisions in houses, shops, etc because of its amazing picture clarity. The LED TV is the advanced version featuring innovative backlight more than an LCD TV. The three major variations between LCD TV and LED TV are listed below:

Contrast Ratio:

LED TVs offer better contrast ratio than LCD TV because the LCD TV creates dark areas of images on the screen. To block the backlight, the crystals have to twist in LCD TVs and this result in the reduction of contrast ratio. The local dimming effect in LED TVs provides better black areas. These black areas dim the backlight behind dark areas and this result in a better contrast ratio and better detailed image in dark areas.

Viewing of angles:

Thirty degree away from center diminishes the contrast ratio of images at wider viewing angles in LCD TVs. But LED TV does not feature this disadvantage. The LED TV has the ability to match the viewing angles of plasma TV.

Quality of colors:

The quality of colors in LCD TV and LED TV does not produce much difference. The RGB technology in LED TVs helps to manipulate the backlight to absorb images with accurate colors.

Other important differences in LCD TV and LED TV are:

  • Hence motion lag problems are resolved in LED TVs; they provide faster response of rate time than LCD TVs.
  • Unclear images do not occur in LED TVs.
  • Power consumption is high in LED TVs when compared to LCD TVs.

Sony, LG, Philips and Samsung have released LED TVs with great features. The LED screen can also be used as a computer monitor as similar to LCD monitors. Therefore many of the computerized offices are coming forward to buy LED TVs because of its better picture clarity and ultra slim design.

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