Samsung UN32EH4003 32-Inch LED TV

Which is good  – Samsung UN32EH4003 Edge Lit or Full Array?
If I were in a mood for technicalities and confusion , welcome to the LED Television world. So whats so confusing in the LED Television world? Well first of all , there is nothing much different in an LED Television as compared to the LCD Television but for the lighting source. While the LCD Television used CCFL lights to brighten up and color the television, The LED television uses the LED Lights!


Ok So whats so confusing about it? hmm wait a minute we just got started. LED HDTV’s Are lit up in 4 different ways. Well actually 2 different ways and then an improved version of those 2 to put it in other words.

1. the Edge Lit television : Now here we have the LED Lights on the edge of the television. Works perfect but for a small glitch. Some led televisions have been seen to have a brighter edge. The center of the television seems perfect but the edges are way too brighter!

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Now this was improved a bit So part II

2. The Edge Lit Television with Local Dimming : Hmm… When the brighter edges of the television was causing troubles with the customers, Someone in Samsung was trying to control the existing situation. And then came the Edge Lit Television with Local dimming. Meaning, the Edge Brightness was now controllable!!

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credits: http://www.soundandvision.com/

Now the 3rd!!!

3. Full Array : As the name suggest the Full array hdtv is one that has a full LED Lighting panel behind the screen.

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credits; http://www.cnet.com/

4. The last The full array with Local dimming : Full array again but this time ability to control parts of the screen to adjust light and contrast…

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Now what technology is the Samsung UN32EH4003? Ah .. its edge lit with Local Dimming. I am not really sure if there are samsung televisions with Full array! To my knowledge there are none!!