Everything you wanted to know about the FULL HD LED TVby Vibgyor Electronics Manufacturing an extensive range of HD READY, FULL
Out for buying a new TV? Confused between “FULL HD (FHD) LED TV”, “HD Ready LED TV”, “Ultra HD TV”, “OLED TV” and so on?
Earlier buying a TV was easy because the variations were less and every TV set offered more or less the same amount of quality. Since technology has developed rapidly in recent times, LED TV has become the television that gives more options, multiple features and an affordable price tag.
How is the Full HD Different from the rest?
Out of the lot, Full HD TV has gained popularity for its picture resolution and the market seems to be obsessed with it. This technical configuration offers an image resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels which is which is approximately 2 million pixels in total on a Full HD TV. Compared to an HD TV which generally has a picture resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels, FHD TVs are capable of displaying clearer and high-resolution picture.
Difference between LED and LCD
However, most of the LED TVs today marketed by various companies are not exactly LED TVs but rather LCD TVs with LED backlighting. What this means is that they use an LED backlight instead of the CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) backlight as found in older models with huge back extensions. The truth behind an actual LED TV is that each pixel is made from separate Light Emitting Diode and is very expensive for home use. Hence such TVs are found stadiums, music concerts, or political rallies only.
So, while choosing an LED TV, one must actually think of factors like size, connectivity options, contrast ratio, color balancing, and pricing. Usually, it is recommended to choose a full-HD panel over HD ready and size is another factor that plays an important role in choosing a TV of your choice within budget.
Add to it, the cost of connectivity and auxiliary choices like Full HD ‘Smart’ LED TV, the cost can vary drastically. Usually, the ideal way to guess the screen size is to divide the distance between sitting area and TV by 1.5. This means if you have a room with a sitting distance of 60 inches (5 feet) then the ideal TV size would be 60/1.5 = 40 inches.
A popular choice
Apart from resolution, FULL HD (FHD) TV is a popular choice for home use today as it can be integrated with Wi-Fi for better connectivity and can provide aspects like Internet TV, over-the-top-content (OTT), interactive media on-demand streaming media, and home networking access.
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