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Announcement: What To Look When Choosing Your Best LED-Lit HDTVs

Submitted by on October 15, 2011 – 12:22 amNo Comment | 6,542 views

Choosing Best LED TV
Now that LED-Lit HDTVs are all the rage, one might be on the lookout to replace one’s old screens with one of these marvels of viewing pleasure technologies and that calls for looking at what to look for when choosing the best LED-Lit HDTVs.

Example of Well Known LED-Lit TV Brands and Models
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First of all, LED-Lit HDTVs are the latest in viewing technology overtaking such technologies as CCFL lit LCDs and Plasma TVs. The other two available technologies are quickly losing ground if not having lost ground already. The reason being is they don’t provide as rich and crisp a picture as the LED-Lit panel. Viewing quality is the foremost of the issues involved and the reason they have become so popular and the manufacturers battling it out like never before. The way the LED-Lit systems work is the reason for their superb picture quality. One look and you’ll be sold. You should go to a store that sells several brands to make sure you can assess which one has the best picture quality, configuration, size, and price range. We’ll get to pricing later. LED-Lit HDTVs use the three forms of LED, RGB, White Edge, and Full Array, to illuminate the panel and provide the variations in picture quality. Know before you go what each does as it’s important for the type of picture you’ll get and the level of maintenance and performance down the road.

So far the LED-Lit HDTVs are showing stats of a longevity the other systems can’t match. You’ll need to know that the panels will last about 100,000 hours of usage, far outdistancing the competition. It’s because of the distribution of the lighting, and the less use of power to operate. Yes, these panels operate on 40% less power than their competitors and not only that but the savings in the long run should pay off the price of the set itself. In this situation you’ll be looking for energy savings. Which unit is far more superior in saving energy as this will secure and extend it’s lifespan. Check with your salesperson and the manufacturer’s statistics to make the proper comparison.

You’ll want to look at size and weight. Also how easy are they to install. Generally the LED-Lit HDTVs are so thin and light that they’re quite easy to install if you’re just to mount them on the wall. Other configurations such as wall or ceiling mounts that swivel are another issue but there’s sure to be a n installation solution you can find or hire someone if need be.

You’ll definitely want to check the warranties. LED-Lit HDTVs may be the new kids on the block but some companies may be rushing into production just to bite off some of that market share. In this case you will want as big a warranty or warranties as you can get your hands on. This is because the technology is still new and the units aren’t super strong. Tossing around stuff in the house might not do your expensive screen any good. In addition should some part of the technology fail or prove hazardous down the line you’ll want to get your money back or a new option.

So all in all you’re going to be looking for a few things in regard to LED-Lit HDTVs. Quality picture performance, sound construction, energy usage, compatibility, weight, type of LED, size, and of course warranties. The prices will vary and the smart consumer will be wise to study up in order to make the kind of purchase that will deliver years of performance.

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