Why do some LED TVs seem have poor picture quality ?
- robertoLv 62 months ago
electronic anything comes from a market flooded with devices and more new devices each day, do your due to get one that works as you want,
- BoyLv 42 months ago
Might be the brand and it might be that led tends to go out quicker
- spacemissingLv 72 months ago
They don't only "seem" to have poor image quality ---
they DO have it.
Buy better brands.
- 異域秦後人Lv 72 months ago
It depends on its pixel setting.
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- Russ in NOVALv 72 months ago
Two possible reasons:
1. The TV may not be calibrated for the room it is in. Many TVs are set up to look good in a brightly lit store or look good with certain content that is played for selling the product.
2. A tech buzzword does not mean a quality product. There is a lot more that goes into a TV than LEDs on most TVs LEDs provide the backlight. Colors are still provided by LCD pixels and the entire system is controlled software that must run in real time.
- Anonymous2 months ago
The cost of the TV and the source the panel is displaying.
Cheap TVs have a cheap panel, they are cheap for a reason.
You can have the latest 8k TV but if the TV is displaying a VHS movie the picture will be awful.
- Master ShakeLv 42 months ago
there are two factors here, TV and source. Be sure to investigate both