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How to differentiate the different existing technologies?

OLED panels

OLED TVs use self-luminous organic LEDs that allow perfect blacks, however it is a more expensive technology to produce than an LCD

  • OLED

    OLED panels achieve an infinite contrast in a smaller thickness, but may have a lower brightness and lifespan

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    OLED WRGB panels achieve an infinite contrast, the additional white LED provides extra brightness

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LED LCD panels

LED LCD TVs generate the image by filtering the light emitted by a lighting panel, there are three main technologies to block the light (we do not recommend the LCD TN), the final result depends on the mixtures of technologies some with almost perfect blacks


  • Edge LED

    Edge LED lighting illuminates the panel from the sides with worse light distribution

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  • Direct LED

    Direct LED lighting distributes light more evenly across the panel

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  • FALD

    The panel illuminates uniformly with a series of LEDs that change intensity, getting almost perfect blacks

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  • TN LCD

    TN technology generates light defects when viewed from an angle, we do not recommend it


    IPS technology has a good viewing angle, the contrast however is somewhat worse than in a VA

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  • LCD VA

    VA technology allows a greater contrast than an IPS, against losing slightly in viewing angle

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  • RGB filter

    The RGB filter is found on all televisions and allows you to generate the three RGB colors

  • Quantum Dots

    The quantum dots generate a greater range of colors, closer to those of the human eye

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