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rraheja

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What Should We Know About the LED Televisions

One of the most interesting amusements around the world we know as 24 inch led tv. This is one box, which we watch and stare in it for hours each day. Attracted by the incredible movies, sport events, favorite TV shows and documentary films, people spend a lot of time in front of their TVs. Moreover, the new developed televisions are so qualitative and have so many features that we are even able to connect the TV with the personal computer or laptop.

Even the games can be produced on the screen thanks to the magnificent interfaces used for this possible connection PC-TV. However, nowadays we can enjoy all of this thanks to the high advanced televisions like Plasmas, TFT LCDs and LEDs, which are able to produce high definition resolution.

However, what I am prone to explore is the best one of those three types of televisions, the LEDs. They have big quantity of advantages and almost no drawbacks. The minuses from the Plasmas and LCDs are removed in the LED technology. For example, the big consumption of the plasma and the poor number of colours of the TFT LCDs, are fully improved in the LED televisions.

As far as you have to be concerned, the LEDs have the same features encountered in the LCD TVs. The difference between them is the illumination. While the LCDs use lamps as an artificial lightening, the LED TVs use diodes. Therefore, the illumination will be better, and the consumption less. What is interesting is that there are two methods of locating these diodes. In the first one paradigm, they are scattered along the periphery of the display, from where the pixels are lit.

The second pattern is when the diodes are placed behind the screen. This model can be divided into two common ones: diode for group of pixels, or diode for each sub dot. It is quite obvious the fact that when every sub pixel is illuminated by one diode this will be the best option, because this way each circuit of the red, blue or green will be governed from itself. The question is what we are gaining indebt to this technology. I will reveal that, when some of the pixels are supposed to be black, the light is shutting down; therefore, we will gain from saved energy.

Moreover, the consumption of the diode is lower as well as more qualitative than any kind of other illuminant. So in this sense, it is an obvious fact that the backlit method will be more expensive than this of the perimeter scattering of the diodes. The prices can vary from $1400 to $10000 depending on the size and type of lightening.