A Review of LCD TVs

In homes across the country, a growing number of families are making the switch from the old CRT televisions in favor of a brand new LCD TV, and just about every family is glad that they have done so. However, the task can seem a little daunting when a consumer first begins to research the different models of LCD televisions available on the market.

The first step to easing one’s mind is to get a handle on exactly how a LCD television works. The bulky televisions that we all grew up with operated through the use of cathode ray tubes in the large interior of the television unit. LCD televisions cut down on nearly all of the bulk of a television by providing video content through the use of liquid crystal displays. These liquid crystals are designed to alter the tone and color of every spot of light on the display through bending, which light up in very specific ways at it is filtered through the television.

Unless you are particularly interested in learning all of the details of LCD television specifications, you might find that it is far simpler to wrap your mind around the two most important specifications on an LCD television. The first critical specification is the refresh rate of the LCD TV, which determines how quickly new images are refreshed on the display. A high refresh rate insures that there will be a nearly seamless video, while a lower refresh rate can appear clunky to sharp eyed viewers, especially when watching fast moving television content such as sports games or action films.

The other primary specification to understand is the image resolution of the different LCD televisions that are available. While many consumers begin their research into purchasing an LCD TV under the assumption that image resolution will be the most important factor in determining their choices, some find TCL Smart TV that they have difficulty spotting a real difference between the higher ends of image resolutions that are available. On the other hand, other consumers can appreciate the difference immediately, much like some audiophiles are able to immediately notice the differences in high fidelity sound systems.

Whether you choose a truly high end LCD television or something less expensive, one of the best things about incorporating an LCD TV into your home is all of the savings in space that a LCD television can provide. Because LCD TVs are wall mountable, you may find that you no longer need to use a large piece of furniture for your home entertainment system, and this can really create a lighter feel and look to your home.

As convenient as flat panel LCD TVs are in simplifying your living room, it is important to remember to take the size of the room into consideration when making a decision on the size of your LCD TV. While it might be tempting to choose one of the larger models, this can actually be a mistake in smaller homes where the size of a large LCD TV makes it difficult for everybody to sit comfortably with a good view of the images on the TV.