What Are Led Televisions?

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LED televisions are flat panel sets that use LEDs (light emitting diodes) as a back lighting source rather than the traditional fluorescent lamps. Many companies now make this type of television sets. They are clearer than their predecessors.
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LED television refers to TV's, which use LED backlight system to produce content for viewing instead of fluorescent backlights. They either use edge lighting, which occurs at the outside edges of the screen or full array backlights.
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