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What is the largest screen size available on an led lcd tv?
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Don't bother. Chances are the screen replacement would cost more than the TV originall did. Best advice, just buy another TV.
The largest size is about 45 feet long.
go on craigslist or to a t.v store
A LED tv is a LCD tv with LED backlighting. non led lcds have CFL backlighting or such (compact fluorescent LED tv's are different because they can be thinner and have… a more dynamic brightness range (in general). The LCD means liquid crystal display and is just a type of display (opposite of plasma or such). LED LCDs are light emitting diode backlit liquid crystal displays. (the best out now) so the best TVs are currently 3d led lcds.
Best Answer:You should go to a special tv shop near you and see if they have any spray if they don't, ask them about it
Companies are increasing screen size constantly. From what I know, the largest size is roughly a 84" diagonal. TVs that will be on the market soon boast an even larger size ye…t.
The largest LCD T.V. I know of is the new 70 inch class manufactured by Sharp. Measuring 69.5 inches diagonally they boast 62 percent more screen area than a 55 inch class LCD… T.V.
There are advantages and disadvantages to both the LCD flat screen television and the LED screen television. The best way to determine the differences and your preferences is …to visit a local electronic store to compare which television will work for you.
There are at least 7 size ranges of Sony LCD TVs. Depending on what you are looking for, LCD TVs can be smaller than 20" or can be as big as 70"; normally, anywhere from 20"-7…0". However, if you require anything bigger, orders can be made online or by visiting an actual store.
LED is a type of LCD. It vastly improves blacks, colors, and contrast for LCD. But it still suffers from motion blur problems. So you need one that is 120Hz or 240Hz refresh r…ate. The combination of LED and the refresh rate will cost you a LOT. DLP is a great price option for large sets, but its a dying technology. Only Mitsubishi is still developing sets. Everyone else has walked away. Also, while the overall set is super reliable, you have to constantly replace the bulbs. The bulbs have a life of 1-4 years (depending on bulb and how much TV you watch). You can change them yourself, its easy. But its not cheap. A new bulb is $200-$250 at least. Its got great image quality though (just below plasma) if you're willing to deal with the long term bulb purchases. LCD vs Plasma LCD - is the everyman HDTV. It is cost effective, hence its popularity. It is also physically lighter than Plasma. It tends to draw less power than Plasmas as well (though good Plasmas are now competing with LCDs). It has a matte finish so is useful for rooms that have too much ambient light which can not be controlled. LCD whites are a bit brighter than Plasma whites (but how often do you crank your brightness to 100%). LCDs are considered better for gaming (but I don't think you'd be disappointed with gaming on a modern Plasma). LCDs are sharper in SD (think evening news instead of film); this isn't a good vs bad, its just a personal preference thing. LCDs also have a bit more muted colors; again this isn't good vs bad, its purely personal preference. LCD technology has problems with fast motion though. That is why you see ones advertised with 120Hz or 240Hz refresh rates (100Hz and 200Hz in Europe). This does not come close to Plasma though. So they aren't as good for fast motion (sports and movies). The 240Hz ones are making good strides, but right now you're paying a HUGE premium for it. LCDs are also not as strong with their ability to reproduce true blacks. Their blacks tend to be a bit grey and not a true black. LCDs with LED backlighting are coming out now though. These are finally starting to bring LCDs to the Plasma level in terms of blacks. However, like the 240Hz refresh rate, you must pay a large premium for this feature at the current time. -> jf
OLED televisions are very new in the market and products are changing fast. At present (June 2012) there are some 32 and 40 inch OLED models. Both Samnsung and LG have shown 5…5 inch screens at trade shows but neither are available at present. Expect prices in excess of $10,000 when they are sold. However, Mitsubushi appear to have demonstrated the largest OLED display with a 2.7 meter (9 feet) wide display. Admittedly, this is a commercial display and like the big LED displays found in sports and concert venues, can be scaled to suit the application. The end of 2013 and beginning of 2013 is predicted to be the start of OLED televisions at more affordable prices and at a range of sizes.
The difference between LCD and LED is the back lighting. LED televisions generally have better black lighting and contrast than the LCD televisions.
Toshiba currently has televisions with screen sizes (diagonal) from 23 inches to 65 inches. The largest model they make at this time is the Toshiba 65UL610U, a 65 inch screen… that retails for about $4,500.00.
The largest screen size available in a Sony LCD TV would be the Sony 4K TV. It is available in 84 inches. That's 7 feet. It can be found in store or on the Sony website itself….
The different screen sizes for a Samsung LCD television go down in size all the way to merely seven inches in length up to over eighty inches in length.
The largest size screen that is available for a Sony Bravia L.C.D. appears to be 70 inch. At least for now, that is the biggest that is offered right now out there.