LED HDTV's "Brucer Picks"
Three most important
1. Ignore (most of) the specifications
Contrast ratio is usually
it's listed at all).
Refresh rate (60Hz, 120Hz, 240Hz, etc.) is complex
and ultimately subjective (when
it's not inflated
on a 4K TV).
Seemingly numbers like "Clear Motion Rate," "TruMotion,"
MotionFlow," SPS" and the rest are fake.
Viewing angles for LCD and LED-backlit
LCD TVs are
made-up, and LED
does not mean a better picture,
whether or not it it's augmented by Quantum
Dots or Triluminos.
And while we're at it, all
HDMI cables are the same.
Bigger really is better
3. 4K and HDR are worth considering
A 1080p resolution TV with excellent contrast
and color beats a 4K resolution TV with average contrast and
color every time.
or high dynamic range,
to be the next big thing in TVs.
TV HDR: Expanding the TV's contrast ratio and color palette
to offer a more realistic image than what's possible with