LCD and plasma TV’s
LED Screens are fast replacing traditional CRTs as the preferred technology for LCD and plasma TV’s. LED stands for light-emmitting diode, which is the fastest growing light-emitting technology currently used in televisions and monitors today. They are also the preferred technology for computer monitors, because of their bright, crisp color spectrum, wide color range and low power consumption, but did you know that not all LED screens operate the same way? It is important to know which type of LED you have before making a purchase.
Unlike traditional LED panels, LED Screens can be made in different sizes, depending on the application. In a small room, for instance, LED screens will give you the best picture quality and most usage. If you place your computer monitor on a large LED panel, then it will make the room look smaller. The fact is LED panels were originally designed for use in space shuttles, space ships and military applications, and now they are ideal for home entertainment systems, computer monitors, outdoor lighting and anywhere you need a big, bright screen.
LED TVs are expensive
Full-array backlit LED backlighting is one of the highest quality LED screens available. In order to get a better picture, the pixels of these panels need to be perfectly lit. In other words, each pixel must be fully illuminated in order to deliver clear, crisp, clean lines of vision. LED screens with full-array backlighting deliver crystal clear picture quality.
You may think that LED TVs are expensive. While they start at a hefty price point, the long-term benefits of using LED technology in your home entertainment system will far outweigh the initial costs. LED TVs don’t heat up like traditional TV displays do, so you’ll never have to worry about your new television’s screen becoming too uncomfortable to watch. LED televisions use less energy than LCD screens, which means you’ll save even more money on your electrical bills. This energy efficiency is one of the reasons why LED tvs are also considered to be more green than traditional flat-screen monitors.
LCD or LED TV sets
When shopping for new LCD or LED TV sets, it’s important to know which type of display you want before you shop. LED screens are much thinner than traditional LCD and plasma displays, so they take up less space in your entertainment room. When shopping for a TV, it’s important to consider not only the size of the TV’s screen, but also its screen size as a percentage of the total area of your room. LED screens are available in all sizes, from 10-inch models right up to fifty-foot pieces. Therefore, regardless of the size of your room, there is sure to be an LED screen available to fit your needs.
There are several different technologies behind both LED-backlit screens and LCD monitors. LED-backslit screens are generally more expensive because they use LED lights underneath the screen. They are also more difficult to repair, so owners should take special care when placing them indoors or in areas where technicians may be able to work on them. LCD-backlit TVs use fluorescent tubes behind the glass of the TV, which create the color depth effects you see with these types of monitors. LED-backlit screens cost more, but they tend to outlast LCD-backlit TVs due to better power efficiency, longer life, and longer viewing times.