Edge Lighting For the Samsung LED TV
Samsung LED TV with its edge display technology has completely changed the way people watch television. It is the first of its kind to incorporate a liquid crystal display or LCD into a television. Not only does it have an edge display but the response time is faster than ever before. It also eliminates the dead zones present in cathode ray tube televisions. Its response time and lighting are so fast that watching a Samsung LED TV doesn’t feel like you’re watching a real TV.
Samsung has incorporated Liquid Crystal Display or LCD on its new TV models. One can easily differentiate between an LED TV and an LCD TV because of the difference in the LED light source. An LED television uses three tiny lights powered by Liquid Crystal Display or LCD. These tiny lights change colors via resistive or conductive technology. This makes the TV capable of displaying an excellent range of picture quality. Because of this, Samsung is able to use the best of both technologies to provide their viewers with a picture that is lifelike.
The screen of the Samsung LED TV has a great edge as compared to cathode ray tubes TVs. Because it has a backlighting feature, the light emitted from the television is directed towards the center area of the screen. This provides a uniform viewing area that eliminates the distorted images often found with normal CRT display.
The response time of the Samsung LED TV is such that it provides sharp images even when switching between areas that have sharp edges. It shows colors very well and has a very wide color spectrum. In terms of contrast, Samsung has outdone itself with the edge display technology. The result is a plasma screen that looks as if you’re sitting on top of a real physical desk.
Another edge display feature of the Samsung LED TV is its near flat screen. This means that it has a great viewing angle, which gives you a larger field of view than ordinary flat screen TVs. The picture quality of a plasma TV is largely affected by the viewing angle; curved screens tend to offer poorer contrast and image range than flat ones. Yet another edge display technology enabled by Samsung is the presence of an anti-glare edge display mechanism. This mechanism prevents the reflection of computer screens from neighboring surfaces which in normal cases would cause the bright image of the television to be reduced.
One of the most attractive features of the edge display mechanisms is the absence of dead zones. This means that the pixels of the Samsung LED TV are not forced to lie flat against any part of the screen. In normal TVs, the dead zones caused by the curvature of the screen can make the image look distorted. These dead zones can also cause screen burn-in effects and poor contrast. In the case of the Edge Lighting technology of the Samsung LED TV, the edges of the screen are not affected by the rays of light, so there is no problem with image distortion or dead zone problems.
Another edge display feature of the Samsung LED TV is its wide color gamut. This feature offers better color accuracy and greater accuracy in contrast and brightness than other LCD televisions. Unlike the a curved screen of the traditional LCD TVs, the edge display mechanism does not require a large backlighting facility; this feature eliminates the extra lights that are usually added along the edges of the screen. The result is a television with a bigger screen surface area and better color accuracy.
The edge display units of the Samsung LED TV are also much more energy efficient than other competing television models. This means that they save on electrical power as well as space. They also consume much less power than traditional liquid crystal displays or LCD TVs. Because they have no liquid spills and also do not use frames, these Samsung LED TVs consumes far less energy than other competing televisions. They also consume far less power when they are on standby mode, saving even more electricity.