The world of television has seen enormous changes over the last few years.
One such invention that has taken the television industry by storm is the LED TV. With their growing popularity, they have stayed ahead of the competition and are ever-evolving with different features. Most people wonder whether there is really that much difference between LCD TV and LED TV or advertisers create the product disparity as a smart marketing gimmick. However, there are some differences in the technology used in both the TVs.
LED TVs are more efficient when it comes to power consumption. Using these televisions helps to save power by almost 40 percent. Though this may seem insignificant in the beginning, it goes a long way to save electricity. You can gradually see a reduction in your utility bills in the long run if you have this type of TV. Apart from reduced electricity costs, you can also do your bit for the environment. By consuming less power, CO2 emissions also decline which is a good thing, considering the harm done by CO2 gases to the planet.
Colour reproduction of LED TVs is also superior to LCD TVs. This is because LED lights are designed to give better quality images. LED screens give vivid and natural images unmatched by any other screen display. The screen of LED TV is lit by a cluster of LED lights and each light can be individually monitored and controlled. LCD TVs are back lit using fluorescent lamps. This makes it difficult to produce pitch dark areas. However, with LED TVs, the blacks can be effectively produced.
TV wall brackets
Be it the LCD TV or the LED TV, both require TV wall brackets. With TV wall brackets, the flat screen TV is safely mounted on the wall. TV wall brackets are designed to sustain a range of weights so they can easily give support to the LCD TV.