The LCD Tvs of the day have so much to offer it’s users. Here at Tibesti, we’ll share with you the BEST LCD TVs ranging from size and sharing new features. Most of the 40-inch and larger LCD sets provide access to online content, from services such as Amazon Video On Demand, Netflix, Pandora and Picasa. A most of them allow you to connect wirelessly to a home network, a convenience if you don't have a nearby Ethernet jack.
More and more LCDs have 120Hz or 240Hz technology, especially in the larger screen sizes. A higher frame rate can minimize motion blur when implemented well. That's often paired with an anti-judder feature, which can smooth the jerkiness of film-based content, but some viewers complain that the effect imparts a "shot-with-video-camera" look to movies. A few new sets let viewers control motion blur reduction and image smoothing separately, a plus. We note that on the model page for those TVs.
A growing number of sets--about half the LCD TVs with screens 32 inches and larger--use LED backlights instead of the more typical fluorescent lamps. Only a few sets have full-array LED backlights with local dimming, which means some areas of images can be dimmed while others remain illuminated. While this can improve black levels, objects against a very dark background may exhibit a "halo," and dimming portions of the image can introduce unwanted lack of shadow uniformity.
More LCD TVs use edge LED backlights mounted around the perimeter of the screen, with diffusers to distribute light across the back of the panel. This allows for a very slim panel design and reduced energy usage. These TVs automatically dim the LED backlight to lower brightness on scenes with very dark content. This can improve the depth of black level but also dims the overall image, and it can be distracting if not done in perfect sync with changes in image brightness. Some new edge-lit models allow a type of local dimming.