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LED LCD Televisions

LED LCD televisions make use of a liquid-crystal display (LCD) for incredible pictures, backlit with high-quality light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to illuminate the screen. Many LED LCD televisions are considered to be Smart TVs, meaning they can connect to the Internet, use a variety of apps and a variety of other brand-specific features from voice control to Smart searching.


Although buying a lesser-known television brand or a generic screen may be cheaper than buying a home entertainment system from a big brand, you usually get far less quality. Brands such as LG, Samsung and Toshiba are some of the better known brands when it comes to LED LCD televisions. These brands usually offer screens with high-resolutions, a wide range of sizes and unique features that make using your home entertainment system even easier.

Internet Enabled Televisions

As well as standard Smart TVs, there is also a large range of LED LCD Internet browsing TVs. These will allow you to browse the Web using your television remote, giving you easy access between all your favourite TV programmes and every social media platform.

Sizes and Resolutions

Before buying your new LED LCD television, it is recommended that you are entirely sure which screen size and resolution you would like. Televisions come in a multitude of sizes, from smaller 19-inch screens ideal for the kitchen to massive 90-inch displays that will bring any home entertainment system truly to life. In terms of resolution, the higher the number, the better. Most televisions will offer at least HD compatibility. However, if you want the best viewing experience, 4K is your choice. Although typically more expensive, 4K will offer you crisp pictures of high quality and depth that are in a league of their own.


You may be considering buying a LED LCD TVs with downloadable apps. These will give you access to unique apps that are created especially for televisions. A host of streaming services, such as Netflix and Amazon Video, are available at your fingertips, as well as popular apps, such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

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