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

Toshiba REGZA 553X 55-inch LED TV Does 3D Without Glasses

Toshiba REGZA 553X 55-inch LED TV Does 3D Without Glasses

It will be sometime until we start to see 4k movies and tv shows appear.  After all, didn’t 1080p just hit the mainstream?  However, it won’t be long before we can watch 3D sans glasses.  If French isn’t in your lexicon, sans means without, so without glasses.  And Toshiba says…
Sharp LC-70LE732U 70-inch LED TV is now the Biggest & Baddest

Sharp LC-70LE732U 70-inch LED TV is now the Biggest & Baddest

Sharp ain’t no stranger to the LCD TV market. Last week the Japanese company announced the LC-70LE732U, a massive 70-inch LCD TV, the biggest around town. In other words, that’s 62% more viewing space than a 55-inch set. On board is Sharp’s Quattron four color pixels, full LED backlighting and…
Sceptre E420BV-F120 42-inch LED HDTV Review

Sceptre E420BV-F120 42-inch LED HDTV Review

[Rating: 2.5] Everyone’s got to start somewhere. When getting new products, especially for the first time, most of us fail to do the proper research, and with good reason: we don’t have enough of a background to understand the product or service we’re researching. So it’s best to stick with…
My Name Is LG And I Put OLED On iPhone

My Name Is LG And I Put OLED On iPhone

LG, in a press conference about 3DTV, bored me. 3D is boring. What’s interesting is LG’s work on PPI (Pixels Per Inch), and how they view different display technologies, like IPS and OLED. So, for the sake of science, why not throw an OLED display…in an iPhone?
LG Announces The LZ9700, A 72-inch LED Monster

LG Announces The LZ9700, A 72-inch LED Monster

LG is blowing up the CES spot this year by introducing what will soon be the largest 3D enabled LED TV, the LZ9700.  It measures a ridiculous 72-inches and produces images in both 3D and 2D. LG is mum on all the specs, but we do know that it will…
Vizio VMB070 7-Inch Razor LED Portable TV Review

Vizio VMB070 7-Inch Razor LED Portable TV Review

[Rating: 4/5] No matter what brand and size of TV you are looking for, check out the display resolution guide to learn more about TVs like the one below. Pros: Good quality screen Extremely useful, doubles as digital picture frame Great price Cons: Weak speakers and battery life High chance…
LG’S LEX8 LED TV Is The Thinnest Ever

LG’S LEX8 LED TV Is The Thinnest Ever

LG’s LEX8 is a perfect showcase of the benefits of LED technology — I mean, just look at the thing. It’s just .88cm thick, has a 1.25cm bezel (the thinnest ever), and the requisite 1080p resolution with a 400 Hz motion rate. LG says that its Nano Lighting technology delivers…
Samsung’s New 65-Inch 3D LED TV Is The Biggest Ever

Samsung’s New 65-Inch 3D LED TV Is The Biggest Ever

Samsung isn’t fooling around when it comes to immersive 3D — they just unveiled the UN65C8000, a 65-inch LED television that’s the largest home 3D screen ever. Specs include a 240Hz refresh, built-in Wi-Fi for apps like Hulu and ESPN, two pairs of 3D glasses, a dynamic 8,000,000:1 contrast ratio,…
LG LX9500 LED TV Is Just 22mm Thick, Sure To Make You Drool

LG LX9500 LED TV Is Just 22mm Thick, Sure To Make You Drool

3D HDTV’s are really hot these days, and LG just announced one whose slim specs will make TV geeks drool. The LG LX9500 is only 22.3mm thick, and features a 16mm bezel, making this thing look pretty hot in anyone’s living room. The display is LED-backlit, offers 1080p resolution and…
LG Makes Complete LH55 Series Available For Retail Purchase

LG Makes Complete LH55 Series Available For Retail Purchase

LG officially announced the retail availability of their LH55 series LCD TVs today. The 47-inch version has been available on Amazon since March, but you can now purchase the 37-inch, 42-inch and 55-inch for f $1,399.95, $1,799.95 and $3,899.95, respectively.  This particular series boasts LG’s TruMotion 240Hz with unique scanning…
LG 2009 Flat Screen TV Line Up Released

LG 2009 Flat Screen TV Line Up Released

LG’s UK blog released a full run down of their 2009 flat screen TV lineup. They’ve got a Freesat HD model (LF7700), which will only apply to those in Europe, but overall it should be a good indication of what is to come here in the US. Hit the ‘read’…
Gadget Leak: Samsung 2009 HDTV Lineup

Gadget Leak: Samsung 2009 HDTV Lineup

Samsung is set to unveil their latest 2009 HDTVs during CES 2009. 2009 models include a new 3-series, three new 4-series, two new 5-series, four new 6-series, and a new 7 series 7U model.
Philips Candeo 120″ LED TV for sale

Philips Candeo 120″ LED TV for sale

If you thought the Samsung 102″ Plasma was big, you haven’t seen nothing yet. The new Philips Candeo 120″ LED TV will be for sale in the US after CES 2006 in Las Vegas. So how much will this 16:9 aspect ratio 120″ television set you back? If you want…

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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