Re: LED HDTVs
Panasonic's Plasma TV's black level raises overtime which isn't a good thing. 2010 models are also affected by this. High power consumption and burn-in images doesn't help either.
I'm looking into getting Sharp LC-40LE820UN LED TV- their new Quattro technology is impressive, with fourth color (yellow pixel) and more than 8 million pixels comparing to 6 million pixels on other LED TVs which means picture quality is sharper, better contrast and rivals Plasma TVs. Also this LED TV uses full array LED which is better than edge lit LED.
Sharp's LC-40LE820UN LED TV already getting good reviews.
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