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LED: brilliant color and contrast
The thinnest "ultra-thin," LED-backlit LCD TVs have super-sharp pictures and crisp contrasts enhanced by the LED lighting.shop all LED TVs
LCD: high-resolution solution
LCD TVs deliver richly colored high-resolution images in an energy-efficient package and are usually only 2"–3" thick.shop all LCD TVs
know your TV terms.
How often your screen image is redrawn, with 120Hz or 240Hz being ideal for sports or action. The higher the rate, the better the picture.
The number of pixels on your screen. Look for a pixel density of 1080p for ideal high-definition viewing.
New flat-panel TVs are set to wider movie-screen ratios, so a 32" flat screen is actually a smaller TV than an old 32" tube TV. Keep this in mind when considering different sizes.
what you'll need
Going totally high-def will require an HD source: HD cable, antenna, satellite or Blu-ray. You'll also need an HDMI cable, component audio cables and a VGA cable to use your TV as a computer monitor.