Question by Russell S: What is the difference between LCD and LED-LCD tv?
I’m loking into picking up an HD TV and was wondering what the difference between LCD and LED-LCD are, mainly in terms of quality. Is the difference really that noticeable? Obviously LED-LCD seems more expensive, and I’m not planning on spending more than ,000.
Answer by Caolan C
LCD uses a back light tube to illuminate the screen. LED uses many little lights that use less power and are healthier for your eyes. They also make a crisper picture because the light is more even and can be made much much thinner then LCDs. They are expensive because they are new, but will probably drop and be the cheapest monitors yet in 5 years.
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