Common Problems among LCD Televisions


Flat screen televisions are now being the trend when it comes to home entertainment. Yes, with our technology, we can now have flat screen television on our homes. But aside from the advantages of using such types of televisions at home, there are also disadvantages that come with it. Here are some of the common problems when it comes to LCD televisions.

There are actually several types of flat screen televisions and they all differ on how they project the images on the screen. LCD or liquid crystal display uses crystals in displaying images on the screen. The same technology can also be found on cellphone screens. LCD televisions only have single light source which is the backlight. The liquid crystals act like an iris which regulates the amount of light passing through the screen.

One of the major disadvantages of using LCD TV is that it has a very thin glass in front. This particular glass protects the main screen or the screen wherein the liquid crystals are. This glass is very fragile that when you applied pressure on it, it may break or crack. Also, when you lay the LCD TV with the front face down, this may also cause the glass to break or crack.

There is also a problem when it comes to viewing in different angles such from above or below the direct viewing sight. If you will watch on your LCD TV in a direct angle, you will not notice any problem when it comes to viewing but in case that you move to the extreme side, you may notice degradation on the quality of the image being projected on the LCD screen. This problem is not present on other types of televisions.

Lastly, most LCD televisions are more expensive as compared to plasma television. In this case, it would be more convenient for you if you will just purchase a plasma television instead.


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