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, 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

Philips Design Line TV Uses An All Glass Frame, Should Look Good On or Off (video)

Philips Design Line TV Uses An All Glass Frame, Should Look Good On or Off (video)

Philips has rethought the TV. Instead of following tradition, which calls for a display housed inside of plastic frame that you mount on your wall or perch on your credenza, the Philips DesignLine set is crafted from a single piece of frameless glass. For larger TVs, the Samsung UN55JS9000 4K…
AOC I2367fh 23-inch LED Monitor Review

AOC I2367fh 23-inch LED Monitor Review

The saying “size matters” definitely applies to a computer monitor as the amount of usable space onscreen translates into more program windows and multiple and larger videos that can be played. AOC’s 23-inch I2367fh LED monitor satisfied on this account, but also provides the quality that is a necessity for…
Archos Unveils TV Connect, an Android Media Device for Your Big Screen

Archos Unveils TV Connect, an Android Media Device for Your Big Screen

CES is just days away and as usual we’re starting to see a variety of products trickle out before their CES debut.  One such product is the Archos TV Connect, which was officially unveiled today and will ship this February for $130. In a nutshell, the Archos TV Connect converts…
Samsung UN32EH5000 32-inch LED HDTV Review

Samsung UN32EH5000 32-inch LED HDTV Review

Flat-panel TVs have increased in size to the point where they rarely are moved from room to room. This is contrary to the early days of “portable TV,” in which a single set would be moved from the living room to the bedroom and back again as needed. But such…
Sceptre E465BV-FHDD 46-inch 3D LED HDTV Review

Sceptre E465BV-FHDD 46-inch 3D LED HDTV Review

There was a time when you could only get a quality HDTV from a brand name. Add to that was size — those manufacturers striving to equal the quality of the “brand” didn’t try and get too big for their britches…make that for the display. But that was then and…
Sony Bravia HX750 46-inch Internet LED TV Review

Sony Bravia HX750 46-inch Internet LED TV Review

Now that 46-inches is the new “black,” I was pretty excited on seeing Sony’s Bravia Internet TV model, the HX750. Because of the size, to be sure, but also because it takes the whole concept of “smart TV’ and simplifies it even as it stacks the options skyward. To see…
Hands On with Samsung’s LED ES9000 75-inch LED TV

Hands On with Samsung’s LED ES9000 75-inch LED TV

Consumer Electronics by its very nature demands the up-close and personal touch. That’s been pretty much destroyed by the big-box stores who stack TVs in rows and treats you like annoying fans of a rock star who’s trying to get too close. But there still exists the specialty store where…
LG 55G2 55-inch 3D LED TV Review

LG 55G2 55-inch 3D LED TV Review

It’s rapidly becoming evident that an HDTV can’t rely on just a high-def screen anymore; it must have enhancements in order to gain attention from the consumer. Among the enhancements now expected are such things as an Internet connection, availability to run “apps,” and display 3D. Our best 55 inch…
Sharp Releases 90-inch LED TV, World’s Largest

Sharp Releases 90-inch LED TV, World’s Largest

LED TVs may not be the hottest displays in terms of tech, but the tech is anything but nascent unlike OLEDs.  And while we’ll have to wait a few more months for LG to release their first big screen OLED TV to the public for what is a purported $10,000,…
Sceptre E230BD-FHD 23″ LED TV / Monitor with DVD Player Review

Sceptre E230BD-FHD 23″ LED TV / Monitor with DVD Player Review

I don’t want to shock you — but size still matters. As in put away that smartphone or tablet or laptop and look at a screen that’s bigger than your head already. Which in this case is Sceptre’s E230BD-FHD 23″ LED TV/Monitor with DVD Player. Lightweight enough to maneuver with…
LG 55LM6700 Cinema 3D Smart LED TV Review

LG 55LM6700 Cinema 3D Smart LED TV Review

Remember that term “xxx is the ‘new’ black?” Well, 55-inch is the new “standard” size for a flat-panel, at least if you want a big screen image that has enough real-estate to show 3D effects well. LG has more than their share of large displays, but the Cinema Screen provides…
Amazing Deal: Samsung UN55D7000 55″ 240Hz 1080p 3D LEDTV w/ Blu-ray Player

Amazing Deal: Samsung UN55D7000 55″ 240Hz 1080p 3D LEDTV w/ Blu-ray Player

This deal is seriously too good not to share! Today, snatch up a brand new 2011 model Samsung 55″ 240Hz 1080p 3D LED LCD HDTV Bundle for your family/living room for $1,500! The bundle includes Samsung’s UN55D7000 55″ Class 3D LED HDTV, as well as a Samsung BD-D5500 3D Blu-ray…
Vizio Cinemawide 58″ LED TV Release Date and Price Announced

Vizio Cinemawide 58″ LED TV Release Date and Price Announced

Remember that massively wide Vizio TVs we told you about that debuted at this year’s CES?  To be more specific we’re referring to Vizio’s 58-inch 3-D LED CinemaWide display.  It boasts a 21:9 aspect ratio, which mimics a movie theater’s aspect ratio.  That’s right, 16:9, which is the HDTV standard, is…
Vizio Provides Cinematic Experience Three New XVT 3D CinemaWide TruLED Smart TV Models (CES)

Vizio Provides Cinematic Experience Three New XVT 3D CinemaWide TruLED Smart TV Models (CES)

Vizio is bringing the theater to your living room with its new XVT 3D CinemaWide TruLED Smart TV Models that includes the 50-inch XVT3D500CM, the 58-inch XVT3D580CM and the 71-inch. Each model features panoramic 21:9 aspect ratio HDTV, expanding the boundaries of conventional widescreen TVs to set a new standard…
LG’s 55EM9600 55-inch OLED TV is just 4mm Thick (CES)

LG’s 55EM9600 55-inch OLED TV is just 4mm Thick (CES)

OLED displays have long been associated with the likes of myth and illusion.  Okay, we’re exaggerating, but hopefully you’re picking up what we’re laying down.  Said another way, OLED tech has long been relegated to the small screen, such as smartphones and monitors, which are anything but practical for home…

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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