Vizio still produces alot of Led-LCD TV's, the ones that are thicker. ANd those sell about
30 percent less than a true LED TV and alot of people that can't afford a LED by these and
that has given Vizio the Advantage for the time being.
@ kastelruther my vizio is 2 years old and going strong. My moms vizio is a year old still going strong. My dads vizio is 3 years old, still going strong. My best friends vizio is 2 years old and still going strong. So stfu
[citation][nom]hakesterman[/nom]Vizio still produces alot of Led-LCD TV's, the ones that are thicker. ANd those sell about30 percent less than a true LED TV and alot of people that can't afford a LED by these andthat has given Vizio the Advantage for the time being.[/citation]
You are quite misinformed on LCD TV technology. All current non-plasma flat screens are Liquid Crystal Dislays (LCD). The term LED refers to the backlighting of the LCD panel. An "LCD TV" has a Cold Cathode Flourescent Lamp (CCFL) backlight. An "LED TV" can come in several forms; an edge-lit LED and a full array LED. Both have LCD panels, the only difference is the arrangement of the backlighting. An edge-lit LED TV simply replaces the CCFL with LED lighting. This seems to be the LED-LCD you refer to. Full array local-dimming or RGB LED TV's have the ability to adjust backlighting brightness and/or color on certain points of the screen allowing for darker blacks and brighter colors. The depth of the TV can be very thin for either edge-lit or local-dimming LED TVs. Most LED TV's including those from Samsung/LG/Sony are edge-lit until you spend big $$$ on the top end models.