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LED TVs are gaining popularity because of their numerous advantages. First of all, they're cheaper than most other types of televisions. Secondly, they can be bought in almost any size. Lastly, they have a longer lifespan than other types of TVs. So, if you're considering upgrading your television, this is a great option for you. Despite their low cost, LED TVs are still a great choice.
The downside of LED TVs is that they're inherently unstable when placed flat on the floor. This is due to their smaller area of display and the lack of support they provide for the middle of the screen. Because of this, they have an uneven weight and offer little support when mounted. In addition, you won't be able to see details that were clearly visible when the screen was flat. Hence, you'll have to move your TV upright to avoid damaging it.
An LED TV with local dimming has the potential to produce some problems with black levels. Unlike LCD TVs, LED TVs don't have the ability to 'bloom'. It's not the fault of the TV itself, but the local dimming technique does have some drawbacks. The best option is a 'no-bloom' TV. This type of television is cheaper than most LCD televisions. The only disadvantage of LED TVs is that the brightness and contrast are limited. Therefore, you'll have to choose a smart TV with a high refresh rate and a low price.