An LCD TV is a flat panel television that produces an image by selectively blocking the backlight. The screen is then illuminated by either microLEDs or organic LEDs. These newer technology is more energy efficient and has a wider range of color capabilities. However, some downsides of LEDs have led to consumers avoiding them in favor of LCDs.
If you're looking to buy a new television, one of the first choices you'll make is whether to go with an LCD or an LED TV. While both of these technologies are still relatively new compared to today's technology, there are pros and cons to both types that will help you make an informed decision.