There May Not Be a Single ‘Best LED TV’

As television technology continues to advance, and even lower priced sets offer beautiful, impressive images, there may not be just one ‘best LED TV’ for everyone. It wasn’t long ago, that to get a high-end HDTV, you would have to purchase a plasma set, some of which that were several times more expensive than even one of the best LED TV sets now being offered. Also, with Texas Instruments’ impressive DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology, coupled with an LED lit screen, you might think you’re looking at one of the best LED TV sets when viewing a relatively inexpensive rear projection LED TV. If the price is a big factor in your next HDTV, take a look at some of the incredible rear projection Samsung LED DLP HDTV models, they are not your Mom and Dad’s rear projection sets.

LED technology is being used in both projection and tendermeets delete account LCD televisions, and the benefits are numerous. One advantage in using LED’s, regardless of the application, is the longevity factor. LED’s last a long time, a very long time. Unlike plasma sets, that were known to have a somewhat limited life span on the plasma display itself (at least before degrading), the LED lighting on LED-lit sets will probably never be the reason for replacing the television. When considering a projection set, there will never be any lamps that need to be replaced either. The fluorescent lamp replacement costs on previous versions of projection televisions could be up to several hundred dollars too.

While considering LED DLP sets, since there is no rotating color wheel in the new implementation of the LED DLP technology, not only is there no whirring sound that was noticeable in some older sets, the artifact known as the rainbow effect (that was caused by the color wheel) is no longer a factor. Also, LEDs are solid-state devices that draw very little current. Compared to other lighting methods used in televisions, some of the newer LED HDTV models use up to 40% less power. Obviously, that’s a major savings in operating cost, especially when you may be powering a huge display.

One of the other things to consider is the brightness of the images produced. Some of the Samsung LED TV models boast up to a 40% increase in the brightness, again, this isn’t just a minor difference that might not even be noticed in actual viewing. These are very ‘cutting edge’ televisions.

So, we all want the best in whatever we’re spending our money on, and that includes a new LED HDTV, but to suggest a single ‘best LED TV’ according to specifications, may become a recommendation of just looking at the higher end Samsung LED TV models, as well as other brands. The Sharp Aquos also comes to mind, as well as Sony’s Bravia, but the truth is, even a lower-priced Samsung LED DLP HDTV (and other brands) may please most people, and at a much more attractive price than some of the more expensive LED-lit LCD displays. The ‘best LED TV’ for you, may very well not be the best LED TV for other people. Why spend hundreds, or even thousands more, if the advantages are not even really noticeable? Of course if you are just after more features, that’s another story.

When some of the imaging advantages of one LED TV over another are only noticeable in the product manual specifications, is it really something that you need to pay extra for? One more time…the best LED TV for you, might not be the best LED TV for everyone.

If you’re looking for the Best LED TV [] according to specifications, and real-world results, one of the Samsung LED LCD HDTV models may be what you’re looking for. With up to 240hz refresh rates, LED lighting and very bright, razor-sharp imaging and excellent color reproduction, the Samsung LED LCD HDTV sets are hard to beat.