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The History of TV
TV, which means television, is a platform where movies, videos and information are broadcasted. To give a short history, TV was introduced in the late 1920s and it was still black and white back then. After the breakthrough of sending telegraphs wirelessly, the sending of voices or what we can call the telephone calls came next. By this time, transmitting picture now was a race for many inventors. True enough, an invention of mixing all the elements of visual and audio came to life. It was called the television.
Eventually, television evolved fast and became a thing because of its capacity to create convenience in your own home like watching the game without you having to go to the event or getting in touch with the news, and knowing more about the outside world by being inside. TV gave way to shows, movies, news, talk shows and many more.
And as TV continues to revolutionize our way of life, it also evolved with the help of modern technology.
LED TV is becoming more and more famous. You may wonder, “What’s the deal with LED TVs? Should I consider getting one?”
To help you appreciate its value, we have prepared a list comparing LED TVs to other platforms:
CTR- (Cathode Ray Tube) These are the old TVs we all used to have back in the days when flat screen was not a big hit. Now they don’t sell them in malls anymore
Plasma- This technology utilizes small cells containing electrically charged ionized gases, or what are in essence chambers more commonly known as fluorescent lamps. These were the first flat screen TVs
LED- (Light Emitting Diode) LED TV is most advanced technology which is affordable to all users
OLED- (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) Is the newest TV technology available for consumers. It’s very thin, it is a combination of both LCD and Plasma and its color is very vibrant
Why choose LED
|LED||LEDs consume the least amount of power of any display type
Lower power consumptions
4k resolution available
Available in many sizes
|Picture may seem to lose some contrast and color when viewing form off-axis angles.
Requires extra corrections
Not suitable for outdoor viewing
|Plasma||Flawless motion because of refresh rates
Great black levels and viewing angles
Great for gaming
|Does not come in a small size
Color is washed out if not in theater like conditions
|OLED||Higher Pixel accuracy
Color is more accurate and so is its contrast
Great for 3D
As shown above you can see that you get a good deal by buying a LED TV not only because it’s energy efficient but also an alternative version of a plasma TV. It even comes in 4K which means higher resolution and better picture quality.