How to Choose the Best LG LED TV
LG has long held the position of leading manufacturers of television technology, but has recently seen a surge in sales due to the success of their plasma screen TVs. While this is not an issue for most consumers, it is still important for consumers to be aware of the differences between the two televisions when making a decision. The question is, what exactly makes a LG LED TV different from a plasma or a normal LCD screen? Let’s take a closer look at some of the key differences between these two technologies.
Plasma televisions consist of three phosphors, namely pixels, electron beams, and holes which allow light to pass through. A light emitting diode (LED) panel consists of one or more LEDs, which are connected in series to create the original image. The brightness and color of the LED display are determined by electron charges flowing through the cells that form the backlighting element of the panel. When electricity is applied to the cells, the charged particles collide with electrons in the liquid crystal crystals which creates a phosphor, creating light. The liquid crystal cells can be built in a flat array, or be laminated together to create a more complex array of colors.
Plasmas are generally flat, but can be bent to fit the needs of the consumer. This feature makes them great for placing in awkward spaces, like in a narrow bed or next to a wall. However, flat panels can be difficult to view in areas where the wall is at an angle. This can limit the types of viewing positions that a flat panel television can support. In addition, the curved edges of a flat panel television can make it difficult for a viewer to sit properly in a comfortable position to watch a movie or television show.
On the other hand, flat screens do not have any moving parts in the case of an LG LED TV. Flat panels generally use a metallic base that houses the liquid crystals that form the screen. One advantage of flat panels is that they can be thin, making them easier to display in less space. However, some manufacturers have tried to remedy this problem by creating television sets that have screens that are “glow in the dark” when they are lit up, so that they can be viewed even when the room is dark. These glows are typically white, blue, or red and blend into the ambient lighting in the room.
Another issue that is common with flat panel televisions is that the picture tends to be dimmer than those of plasma TVs. This is because the phosphors that form the screen are brighter than those used in LCD televisions. This means that a bright light such as sunlight can cause the contrast to be broken down and make the screen less accurate. A good thing to remember is that a bright light will make the pixels to work harder at creating a clearer image. A dimmer setting on the LG LED TV will resolve this issue, so that even if a bright light is present, the picture will be clearer.
One other issue that can occur is the thinness of the screen. Flat panel televisions have generally been used as computer monitors, as their small size makes them ideal for use in that capacity. However, as more people use their televisions as a substitute for a computer monitor, they are starting to come into use as purely flat-screen devices. These televisions, such as the LG LED TV, often have a Widescreen feature. They are also available with an aspect ratio for a 24-inch screen.
When purchasing a new television, one of the main things to consider is the screen size. It may seem like common sense, but many people do not realize that the size of a television’s screen affects the quality of viewing it can provide. If you have a large screen, such as a high definition screen, you will be able to view things at a higher resolution (more detail) than you would if you had a smaller screen. On a related note, a large screen can make the picture look dimly lit and can make the screen brighter and more distorted. On a related note, if you watch movies on a large plasma or LCD television, having a widescreen screen can help save on theater costs since you do not have to pay for an additional room just for the screen.
To sum it up, when buying a new television, consider what your needs are, and what your budget limits you to. Consider screen size, the number of features that your television has, whether you want to use your television as a computer monitor, or as a flat-screen substitute, and what high definition programming options you prefer. Once you have made these decisions, you will be ready to go out and find the best LG television for your viewing needs! Good luck!