What is the largest screen size available on an led lcd tv?
Currently the largest screen size available for an led lcd television is seventy inches. The diagonal measurment for the seventy inch screen is sixty-nine and one-half inches.
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40 inch LCD HDTV is best for you but only TV is insufficient for proper entertainment.
First, the connections:If your PC has a VGA connector as the display output, you need to look for a VGA connector on the back of the television. Sometimes, you might find 5 separate connectors marked as RGBHV instead, but the VGA connector is most common.If your PC has a dVI connector, look on the t…elevision for a DVI or HDMI connector. Either of them will work with the right interconnecting cable.Next, the resolution:Find out the native resolution of the television. You need to set the PC output to the same resolution if you are to get the best image quality. Most displays will scale other resolutions to fit the screen but there is an obvious loss of quality when they do so. If need be, look at obtaining a new video card for the computer - they don't cost a lot these days. ( Full Answer )
Yes, but not excessively. Electronics get hot because electricity runs through them but they aren't supposed to get excessively hot.
Well too much of anything can be harmful. If you turned the brightness of the LCD as high as it went and stared at a white flashing screen for some time I'm pretty sure that couldn't be "good" for you. But for general use I know of no one having eye problems from using an LCD monitor. Actual…ly LCDs are safer on the eyes than traditional CRTs as the refresh rate (Hz) rating doesn't have to be high and the screen updates in a way that causes less strain on your eyes. I use an LCD for hours on end day after day. On my last eye exam I was told that my vision and health of my eyes had improved since I switched from using a CRT. ( Full Answer )
A plasma TV is what is known as an emissive technology. Each pixelis like a tiny picture tube TV. They are coated with phosphor andglow when electricity is applied. Each pixel has a minute amount ofplasma gas in them. The picture comes right off of the surface ofthe screen. Contrary to the many myth…s out there the gas DOES NOTleak out of the plasma and they DON'T need to be recharged. Theentire TV contains less than a thimblefull of gas. The downside ofPlasmas is that you can get phosphor burn if the picture freezesfor a long period of time or if you play a lot of video games wherethere are things like score boxes that are in the same place on thescreen all of the time. Plasmas are best viewed in dark rooms. Ihave one in my basement which has very small windows and my friendsfrequently comment on the picture. It's a low end Element TV. 42inch that only cost me $699. An LCD TV is what is know as atransmissive technology. The panel is made up of pixels of liquidcrystal (LCD = Liquid Crystal Display). They have wires running tothem and lights around the perimeter of the screen shine from theback allowing you to see the picture. If the lights didn't come onthe picture would still be there, you just wouldn't be able to seeit. The downside of an LCD is only if it is in a very bright room.The picture can get washed out. Samsung TVs have a much brighterpicture because they had developed flat flourescent lights whichthey run behind the screen rather than having perimeter lighting.Also, Samsung makes all of the LCD panels that Sony put in theirTVs. No, I don't work for Samsung, I just like their TVs and haveresearched their technology. The downside to plasma displays is that they suck up a LOT of poweras compared to an LCD display of comparable size, and they producea lot of heat (which is wasted energy). Some communities have evenbanned the sale of plasma screens because of their power usage. ( Full Answer )
LCD displays use tiny liquid crystal shutters, one for each pixel that makes up the display. Behind the shutters is a light source that passes through the shutter when it is open. LCD displays have used a form of fluorescent lighting behind the shutters but increasingly, LEDs are being used as the l…ight source. The display technology hasn't changed, just the light source. Note that these are different to true LED displays. These use LEDs to create the image directly and replace the liquid crystal shutters and the light source behind them. Although they are a very recent introduction in domestic televisions, this technology has been around in the large arena and stadium displays for many years. ( Full Answer )
Normally a crack in an LCD screen is the end of the screen. Replacement screens can sometimes be fitted but often, the cost of a new screen and fitting charges can exceed the cost of a new television. It is an unfortunate fact of life that automated high volume production techniques make a complete …television much less expensive to supply than just a single part. The first step should be a call to a local television repair center who will be able to offer a price guide for your make and model. ( Full Answer )
In my experience, I always buy the biggest display with the best quality picture that I can currently afford. No one will ever say a TV is too big.
There is confusion about LED televisions. LCD televisions require a light source behind the LCD panel. The liquid crystals act as shutters to let light pass and so they create the image. Conventional LCD television use cold cathode fluorescent lighting behind the LCD layer. More recently, LEDs a…re being used as the light source and they are cooler and more efficient than the CCFL models. However, the LCD technology hasn't changed but these are frequently known as LED televisions. The latest technology to make it to the domestic market is a true LED television, normally being advertised as OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode). Instead of backlighting and LCD shutters, a red, green and blue LED are used for every pixel on the screen. Each is illuminated as it's needed to create the image. One of the significant advantages is that the screens can be much thinner than other technologies and the power used is lower than LCD televisions. Some models are as thin as 6mm (1/4"). The OLED models are expected to make an impact during 2013 and are likely to replace LCD as the most common display technology in the next few years. LED televisions are not common at the time of writing (2010) but they are expected to make a bigger impact in the future. Although it is a new application, the technology already has quite a history. It is the same type of technology that is used in large outdoor television screen used in concerts and for advertising which have been used for well over a decade. ( Full Answer )
so...The LED is going to be the latest and the greastest. The LED is going to give more of a brighter color off due to the side lighting instead of the lighting being in the middle of the picture. The LED are going to be more dynamic then an LCD. The LCD is still going to be a really good TV but wil…l be thicker on the bottom due to the flourescent lighting on the bottom Shamelessly copied from the Wikipedia article (which is copylefted, admin ftr) Here are the advantages over standard LCD: . Produce images with greater dynamic contrast.  . With Edge-LED lighting they can be extremely slim. Models on the market can be approximately one inch thick.  . Offer a wider color gamut, especially when RGB-LED backlighting is used.  . Less environmental pollution on disposal.  . Generally 20-30% lower power consumption. [ citation needed ] The only clear disadvantage is that LED TVs have a higher sales price. From an objective point-of-view (or as much as possible, considering the word "better" is subjective by nature), LED TVs for the win! ( Full Answer )
An LED TV is considering to be of better quality when compared toan LCD TV. This is because the LED lights used in the panel areconsidered more energy efficient.
Don't bother. Chances are the screen replacement would cost more than the TV originall did. Best advice, just buy another TV.
LED TV is best as it consumes less energy and is advanced than LCD technology
It depends what you mean by LED. Liquid Crystal Displays need a light source, as LCDs produce non themselves. This light, used to be provided by Cold Cathode Flourescent Lamps (CCFL). These were delicate, failed after a while and used high voltage to run. Modern LCDs use white, Light Emmiting …Diodes to provide the light source. These use low voltage and run cool. They could only be used now, because it took a while for development to produce a good white light, with a high light output. So when a TV is advertised as having LED technology, this is what they are referring to. It is still an LCD TV, but with LEDs providing the light and yes they are better. They use less power and are potentially more long lived. TVs are being developed that use red, green and blue, LED's in a matrix to provide the picture content and light. They are used in very large displays at football stadiums. Small versions are being developed using a flat film with LEDs 'printed' on it. This is called OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode). So far they can only make small screens using this tech. but they are getting better, but more expensive at first. ( Full Answer )
The 42 refers to the distance in inches from the top left corner to the bottom right. This would result in a width of roughly 40 inches and a height of about 25 inches.
With LED-backlit screens, we don't see this (and this can be demonstrated by Sony's LED-backlit screens, which have been on the market for a while). Finally, LED-backlighting will not show the same kind of long-term fading out that CCFL-backlights are known for. If you've owned a CCFL-backlit laptop… for a couple of years, you'll notice that over time they lose some of their brightness. I don't have any numbers, but I don't believe LED's would be better than fluorescents in continuous full brightness applications. I think LED backlighting would save the most power when switched off frequently, such as when using extremely aggressive power saving settings. It'd also be able to achieve lower brightness settings than fluorescents. ( Full Answer )
In these days of replacement rather than repair it is very likely to cheaper to buy a new TV than to have a damaged screen replaced. Spare parts have always been far more expensive than the cost of the original part and never more so than LCD display panels. If is also becoming something of a chall…enge to find repairers willing and able to undertake such a repair. If there is a local television repair center close by, it is worth asking for an estimate but do not be surprised if the cost exceeds a new model. ( Full Answer )
I think because "ANSWERS.COM" thinks the question, What is an LED-LCD TV is the same question as What is better LCD or LED. At stores like Walmart, you see the display stating "Such and Such 22" LED/LCD HDTV", Is because nobody on the Earth knows if the TV they are selling is an LCD or an LED.
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 (opposi…te 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. ( Full Answer )
It depends what you mean by LED. Liquid Crystal Displays need a light source, as LCDs produce non themselves. This light, used to be provided by Cold Cathode Flourescent Lamps (CCFL). These were delicate, failed after a while and used high voltage to run. Modern LCDs use white LEDs, (Light Emmitin…g Diodes) to provide the light source. These use low voltage and run cool. They could only be used now, because it took a while for development to produce a good white light, with a high light output. So when a TV is advertised as having LED technology, this is what they are referring to. It is still an LCD TV, but with LEDs providing the light and yes they are better. They use less power and are potentially more long lived. TVs are being developed that use red, green and blue, LED's in a matrix to provide the picture content and light. They are used in very large displays at football stadiums. Small versions are being developed using a flat film with LEDs 'printed' on it. This is called OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode). So far they can only make small screens using this tech. but they are getting better, but more expensive at first. Therefore, the LED technology is the enhanced LCD technology. It is newer and clearer and provides you with a better viewing experience. However, LED technology, for providing the picture content, is currently more expensive then LCD technology. ( Full Answer )
You can't actually "repair" a nick on an LCD screen. However, there are methods you can use to diminish the visibility of the nick. The effectiveness of these methods depends on the severity of the nick: 1 - Apply a small amount of Vaseline with a soft cloth or Q-tip. Wait about 10 minutes, and the…n remove any excess. This will fill in the nick and make it less noticeable. This is a temporary fix, and you will need to reapply the Vaseline each time you clean the screen. 2 - Rub the area of the nick VERY gently with a clean white eraser. This will also serve to fill in the nick and make it less noticeable. Do not press hard or apply excess pressure to the nick, or your may expand it and make it worse. 3 - Rub the area of the nick (again, VERY gently) with a solution of isopropyl rubbing alcohol and water. Start with a 3.5% solution (one capful of alcohol to 1/2 cup of water). You can increase the strength to up to 35%, but any stronger, and you may damage your screen. The alcohol acts to dissolve the anti-scratch coating around the nick so that it fills in. Again, this is a tricky process, so proceed at your own risk. Personally, the Vaseline trick seems to have worked for me. Although it didn't completely cover the nick, it reduced the visibility by about 50-75% (which is better than nothing). As I usually sit about 8-10 feet away from the TV, I could really tell the difference. While there is no way to actually repair a nick (aside from replacing the entire screen, which may cost as much as a new set), you can reduce it to where you can live with it. ( Full Answer )
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
Yes but it is very expensive. Many times it is cheaper to buy a new tv.
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 yet.
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.
Although it still depends on its technical specification, in the vast majority of cases an LED TV will be better. LED usually has a sharper image as each pixel is being changed individually by a different diode meaning that the picture also changes quicker and smoother. . LCD TV is also known as Li…quid Crystal Display TV. From its name, it uses liquid crystal to produce images on the TV screen. Its thin layer of liquid crystal has tiny cells that produce pixels. As an electric current is applied, its rod shaped molecules respond by bending the light. LCD TVs are quite inefficient in terms of power utilization because the enormous mass of light that is being produced behind the screen is blocked before it reaches the person who is watching the television. LED TVs also known as Light Emitting Diode on the other hand use backlighting technology with the use of LED. Its screen contains blue, red and green LEDs which lights up to produce the correct color. It has two types of backlighting technology: Edge Lighting and Full Array. Its backlighting technology makes it possible to consume 40% less power making it eco friendly.. ( Full Answer )
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.
LCD TV's come a in wide range of sizes, from as small as 19 inches, all the way up to 102 inches. You can determine what size would be best for the room in which it will be placed by measuring viewing distance; that it, how far you'd be seated from the screen. Most manufacturers have recommendations… on what size would be appropriate for your proposed viewing distance. ( Full Answer )
Samsung makes a variety of televisions using the newly available LED technology. The largest of these TVs has received considerable media attention, coming in at an enormous 75 inches.
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"-70". 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 rate. 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 ( Full Answer )
Liquid-crystal display televisions (lcd), Use a lot of Power. Light-emitting diode (led) is using Half the power. So buy led tv!
Yes. LEDs use less power, use lower voltage, run cool and last longer. The white light is every bit as good as CCFLs.
Compared to the screen resolution as led defines better pixels led tv is best for high definition and blu ray videos. But LCD is also good in performance and is better warranted. If u buy an led tv u will have to shell out more cash on its maintainence whereas LCD does not require so much
LED is a thinner/slick modern looking tv. It uses LED lights or light emitting diodes. LED TV's are able to produce a higher picture quality then the stander LCD TV. This is because of higher contrast ratios. LED TV's can show truer blacks and brighter whites.
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 55 inch screens at trade shows but neither are available at present. Expect prices in excess of $10,000 when they are sold. H…owever, 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. ( Full Answer )
both are good reliable technologys leds last longer >100000 hours typically and lcds are not far behind but still last a long time
Television technology is suffering from some confusing terms at present. LCD televisions use a light behind the liquid crystal panel. The light has been a cold cathode device but recently, LEDs have been used as an alternative. Both use the same LCD imaging technology. A true LED television uses …LEDs to generate red, green and blue light for every pixel. The technology has been with us for many years and is used extensively in large outdoor displays for concerts and stadia for example. Very recently, organic LEDs (OLEDs) have been used to create domestic sized displays. They offer the same high contrast capability of the larger displays and are a simpler construction than LCD models. The use of directly driven LEDs also allows a much faster update rate than LCD so they overcome any issues of image lag or smearing that can sometimes be noticed with LCD or plasma displays. The disadvantage is the current price. In 2012, OLED televisions are far more expensive than other technologies but expect the price to fall dramatically in the coming year or two as production volumes increase. ( Full Answer )
LCD screens do get warm during normal operation mostly because ofthe heat given off by the backlights. LED backlit televisions runcooler than CFL models but they still do show a temperature rise. If the television is becoming hot rather than just warm, there maybe a problem with either the televisi…on or the ventilation aroundit. Make sure that there is free airflow around the wholetelevision as that is often the cause of overheating. If the problem persists. contact the manufacturer or your vendor. ALCD display should never become uncomfortably hot to the touch, andexcess heat may indicate a problem within the set. ( Full Answer )
Depends. LCD is much cheaper initially but LED uses a lot less electricity. If you can afford the LED, that would be the way to go in the long run.
The difference between LCD and LED is the back lighting. LED televisions generally have better black lighting and contrast than the LCD televisions.
The largest available Samsung LCD TV for sale at Walmart if 72 inches across the diagonal. There are varieties of Samsung LCD tvs that are even larger than can be found at Best Buy.
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.
LED stands for Light Emitting Diode, while LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. LED televisions give the viewer better picture quality, higher pixalization, and do not require the backlight of a traditional LCD television.
Western Digital Passport screen sizes vary. Screen sizes for the Western Digital Passport screen go from three inches to 6 inches. Larger screens are being made.
The largest high definition television available would have to be the Panasonic 152 inch full high definition 3 Dimensional plasma screen television.
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.
There are many different LCD TVs available on the market today. If you're looking for a very highly rated LCD TV, Toshiba, Vizio, and Samsung are among some of the best on the market.
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.