LED TV Reviews For 2019

Let us help you make an informed decision with our LED TV reviews on the latest and best LED TVs available. Get in-depth reviews, specs, price comparisons and more on all types of Televisions at Gadget Review, whether it’s smart TVs, outdoor TVs, HDTV’s or 3D TVs. LG, Samsung, Sharp, Panasonic, Sony, Toshiba, Vizio and other companies all manufacture LED TVs, but which brand do you choose? Let our expert television reviews help you.

LED TVs are the most common type of televisions currently on the market. Formally known as LED-backlit LCD displays, they are actually LCD TVs that use LED backlighting instead of CCFL backlighting used by other LCD displays. There are currently three types of LEDs: Edge-lit LEDs, LED “full array” backlighting, and Dynamic “local dimming” backlighting.

At Gadget Review you can get expert reviews and comparisons of the top-rated LED TVs, so you are well-prepared for your next television purchase. We will bring the latest news and advice on the best LED Televisions on the market.

Latest LED TV Reviews And News

Best 4K TV for 2019: Top 5 Rated & Reviewed

Best 4K TV for 2019: Top 5 Rated & Reviewed

The influx of new 4K displays are set to revolutionize the way we enjoy some of our favorite types of media in the coming years - but which size screen is right for you? Read on in our guide on the best 4K TVs by size to find out.
Best Time To Buy a TV for a Big Size Deal

Best Time To Buy a TV for a Big Size Deal

Interested in finding deals for the larger TV sizes? Here's when and how to shop!
Hisense 50H8C TV Review

Hisense 50H8C TV Review

My Hisense 50H8C TV review shows a model that carries a very desirable price point. It does have a few flaws, primarily viewing angle problems, but its strengths combined with its low price represent a great value among 50-inch TVs.
Best 32 LED TVs for 2019

Best 32 LED TVs for 2019

Although most of the TV buying market focuses on large screen televisions, smaller sized TVs have some great features too ... especially in terms of price. The best 32 LED TV options provide some good screen quality, along with great Smart TV features.
Apple Discontinues 3rd-Gen Apple TV: Is it Preparation?

Apple Discontinues 3rd-Gen Apple TV: Is it Preparation?

It's time for the 3rd gen Apple TV to go - which means your support is probably limited, too. Are you ready?
Roku has Reinvented its Product Line With the Express, Premiere, and Ultra

Roku has Reinvented its Product Line With the Express, Premiere, and Ultra

Roku's simple new products are some of the most affordable set-top boxes we've seen yet.
Sony: 2012 Bravia TVs Lose YouTube Function – Not So Smart

Sony: 2012 Bravia TVs Lose YouTube Function – Not So Smart

When is a TV not so smart? When it can't keep up with the services it tries to offer - like Sony's Bravia line.
Samsung Reveals More about Mysterious QLED Plans for Ultimate Display

Samsung Reveals More about Mysterious QLED Plans for Ultimate Display

QLED is a new technique for OLED screens - and Samsung wants to use it to bring the best displays to consumers.
Samsung UN65JS8500 TV Review

Samsung UN65JS8500 TV Review

This Samsung UN65JS8500 TV review shows a model that has a very nice 4K display, offering HDR compatibility, along with strong color accuracy and brightness. But the edge lighting of this LED-LCD screen is a bit of a disappointment, as it leads to some muddied blacks.
Vizio D55U-D1 TV Review

Vizio D55U-D1 TV Review

Considering its price point, you might be skeptical that Vizio TV models can provide great image quality. But as my Vizio D55U-D1 TV review shows, this model has quite a few really nice features at a low price point. Its display quality certainly isn't at the upper end of the…
RCA 4K LED TVs Coming to the U.S. at Pretty Amazing Prices

RCA 4K LED TVs Coming to the U.S. at Pretty Amazing Prices

Are the typical 4K TVs too pricey for you? RCA has some deals on their latest TVs that you will love.
Top 5 Best LED TV for 2019

Top 5 Best LED TV for 2019

Big screens, OLED images - and expert advice on the features that matter - here's how to get the best LED TV of 2015, along with the models to look at.
Vizio M422i 42″ M-Series Smart LED HDTV Review

Vizio M422i 42″ M-Series Smart LED HDTV Review

Quite some time the 42″ flat panel TV was the default — in much the same way as the 19″ color TV had held sway. The reasons for this at the time involved cost — 42 inches was considered “big” and the scramble was on to make the price attractive…
65-inch 240Hz “Perfect For” Super Bowl TV Only $800

65-inch 240Hz “Perfect For” Super Bowl TV Only $800

Still looking for a big screen to watch the big plays of the Superbowl? We found a 65-inch Seiki SE65JY25 240Hz LED HDTV for $800 via TigerDirect’s eBay page. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a screen of this size with this refresh for this low a price anywhere else. Judging…
Sceptre X405BV-FMDU 40” LED HDTV Review

Sceptre X405BV-FMDU 40” LED HDTV Review

It’s not enough that you can watch televisions shows or movies on TVs, no, they must access the Internet and stream video and do any number of things that has nothing to do with the picture. But if you’re looking for a reasonably priced, reasonably large HDTV, then the Sceptre…

What Brand of LED TV is Best?

Choosing a new LED TV can be a challenge, especially since there are many models available from many different brands.

The products from some brands are widely regarded to outperform others, and you should stick to the most reputable names if you want to purchase a high-end product.

Most brands offer the same features, including high refresh rates, full array local dimming, and wide viewing angles. The difference is that reputable manufacturers typically offer high-end quality and produce products that last for many years.

The best LED TV brands include Samsung, LG, Sony, Vizio, and TCL. If you want the best in terms of color gamut, contrast ratios, LED-backlit LCD quality, and Ultra HD TV, select a television from one of these brands.

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying an LED TV

Paying for Features that You Won’t Use

Features like motion smoothing and 3D often increase the TV’s price tag. If you’re not planning on using these features, select a more affordable model without the bells and whistles.

Ignoring Ports

Most people have unique entertainment system setups. Make sure that the LED TV you buy has enough USB and HDMI ports to accommodate all gaming consoles, streaming devices, and hard drives that you may want to connect.

Confusing LED and OLED

LED televisions are bright and suitable for well-lit rooms. OLED televisions, on the other hand, offer high picture quality, dark black tones, and reduced image blurring.

How Long Does an LED TV Last?

A modern LED TV can last anywhere between 60,000 to 100,000 hours. This is a theoretical lifespan; however, and many factors determine the life expectancy of your television, including the brand, how well you take care of it, and its contrast and brightness settings.

If you keep your brightness settings low and take proper care of the unit, you can expect it to perform well for seven years or longer.

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