10 Reasons Why Buying an LED Television Should Not Be Too Much of a Fuss

by February 3, 2017 0 comments

4. Do not compromise on picture quality at any cost. Watch a TV in real and do compare with others, and of course, trust your eyes alone. This might prove to be a little tricky initially, especially with competitively priced models jostling for attention. In case you do not place too high a premium on picture quality, then you might as well do a quick sort on TVs by price alongwith the screen size and choose the cheapest from amongst the shortlisted brands. OLED TVs offer the best picture quality but are far too expensive. Rest every TV uses LED LCD technology with the ones using local dimming and full-array LED backlights outperforming the ones with edge-lit LED backlights. However, most budget LED TVs come with edge-lit LED backlights only so if money is a constraint then there is hardly any choice. The ability to produce a deep shade of black or in other words a high contrast is the most important feature in a good picture. Color saturation, that is influenced by the contrast level, and color reproduction accuracy are other important factors. Also, for a bright room, matte screens are the best at reducing reflections. The choice between 4K and 1080p should come in next. However, do note that poor picture settings on a good TV would make it worse than well calibrated settings on an average TV.

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