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Review of the BEST 60 inch LED TVs

Review of the BEST 60 inch LED TVs

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The last decade saw a tremendous increase in the average TV size in US households. It has been predicted that the 60 inch TV will be the average size by 2015. Fortunately for the consumer, the LCD LED TV prices have been going in the opposite direction. However, given all the complicated tech specs and close competition among different brands, selecting the best LED TV is more complicated than ever. The list of BEST 60 inch LED TV sets helps consumers narrow down their options and take the guesswork out of the equation.

10 Specs of the ideal 60 inch TV describes the criteria one needs to look at when choosing the best 60” TV. These include screen resolution, refresh rate, availability of local dimming or micro dimming, edge-lit vs full array LED lighting, availability of built-in Wi-Fi/internet ‘readiness’, Dumb vs Smart TV, 3D compatibility, energy efficiency, reasonable price tag and all important user reviews that many consumers forget to consider.

Importance of Full array vs Edge-lit LED Backlighting Explained:

Two of the most critical tech specs that are often overlooked by the average TV buyer are the type of LED backlighting and availability of local/micro dimming. Basically, there are 2 types of LED backlighting: (i) full array LED backlighting and (ii) edge-lit LED backlighting. As the names imply, full array backlighting panels have LED bulbs on the entire back panel while the edge-lit panels have LEDs along the perimeter only. At least the first generation edge-lit LED TVs had uniformity issues where the center of the screen was relatively dimmer compared to the brighter perimeter. Full array LED TVs do not have this problem because their entire back panel was fitted with LED bulbs. However, edge-lit LED TVs are slimmer and less expensive compared to the full array LED TVs, making them the more popular variety among both the consumers and manufacturers. More information on these 2 types of backlighting and examples of 60 inch full array LED TVs can be found on http://BestLEDTVReview.org/Full-Array-VS-Edge-Lit-LED-Backlighting/.

Importance of Micro-Dimming Explained:

Another very important determinant of picture quality is the contrast ratio, which is the difference between the blackest blacks and the whitest whites. One of the major limitations of LED TVs, compared to Plasma TVs is their inability to produce dark blacks (remember all those LEDs on the back panel). TV manufacturers have overcome this problem by using a technology known as local dimming where they can switch off/dim the LEDs on desired zones of the screen (when that part of the image is dark). The difference of picture quality between a TV without local dimming and a TV with high-quality local dimming can be like black and white. Samsung, LG and Sony have very good models with high-quality local dimming.

More High-Tech Specs of Modern LED HDTVs

Several secondary criteria are also considered in the ranking of the TOP 60 inch - 70 inch LED TVs. For example, some newer 60” TVs have dual-core processors and built-in sub-woofers. The processor helps faster and smoother launching of apps and web-browsing while the sub-woofer helps the TV produce high-quality audio without having to hookup a sound bar or home theater system. Some of these modern large flat screen LCD TVs may be ultra-thin at just 1.2”, but they have 2.1 speaker systems producing 35 watts of total audio output. Another example for a high-tech feature is the unique “Quattron” technology that was recently introduced in a new series of Sharp LED TVs. According to Sharp, the Quattron technology “increases the range of displayable colors”. In conventional TVs, each pixel consists of the three standard sub-pixels red, green and blue (standard RGB). With Quattron technology, each pixel consists of four sub-pixels; red, green, blue, and yellow (RGBY).

The list of Best 60 inch LED TVs, formulated by considering all of the above-mentioned factors, is a highly recommended read for anyone interested in buying a large screen LED TV this year. In addition to reviewing best TV models, they also have a section dedicated to current deals on LCD TVs that publishes daily LCD TV deals from online merchants including but not limited to Amazon.com, BestBuy, Walmart and TigerDirect.

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