What is the key difference between an LCD and an LED TV? Have you ever found yourself strolling throughout the aisles of a Best Buy or Fry's feeling utterly oblivious because you're struggling to find out what the difference is between each television? Have you after a while of staring, tried to ask a salesman regarding the differences, just to get a non informative, non descriptive answer? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you came to the right place. I'm going to break down the exact differences between an LCD and an LED TV. Once you're finished going through the facts in this post, you will be much keener on the subject. Afterwards you could return to the Fry's or Best buy you went to and show the salesmen some stuff.

Before I begin, let me make something företags skyltar clear, on this whole LCD vs. LED debate. An LED is indeed an LCD because they both utilize what's called liquid crystal display. This basically means that both of them function by using liquid crystal display (LCD) flat panels to present their images. The main difference when it comes to an LCD and an LED is the type of back lighting each one uses. Other than that, there's really no such thing as pure LED television. Now that I've made things a little clearer, you can start to view both televisions as an LCD and an LED-LCD TV.

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