Things are definitely changing fast. You can see improvements and introduction of newer models from the top LCD TV manufacturers. Take for example, Samsung and LG. But as we all know, not all LCD televisions work the same. Improvements are different, and technologies applied are distinct. Let’s take a look at how these two brands differ.
Samsung LCD HDTV
Samsung as the world leader in the LCD TV market has always provided the consumers with something to look forward to. The Samsung LN52A650 was a great addition to their lineup of best LCD TV models because of its 1080p, 120 Hz, HDTV feature. The brand still improved televisions from their Series 6 and included a 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, LDNA, and Yahoo Widgets. It delivers the same exceptional performance as those of previous models only that deeper blacks are delivered and more exciting features were added.
For the following year, Samsung finally introduced their Series 7 lineup. The Samsung LN52B750 is a 52 inhc LCD TV with an impressive 240Hz refresh rate. The response time was changed from 4ms to 2ms making it reload faster. The contrast ratio was increased to 150,000:1.
Owners of this model expressed extreme satisfaction not just because of its outstanding performance but also because of its affordable price of $2000. Perhaps the features of Samsung LN52B750 are the perfect ingredients that compose a best selling LCD HDTV.
LG LCD HDTV
On the other hand, LG will not of course compete without providing an equally outstanding LCD television. One of the reasons behind LG’s success in the previous year is the LG 47LG60 which is a 47 inch screen. Because of its top of the line feature, solid performance, and unique design, they were able to compete with larger brands.
For the current year, LG came up with a competitive collection of LCD televisions. There is the LH30 series of LCD HDTVs that come with extremely appealing looks and specifications. Color adjustments, picture wizards that are very user-friendly, 24p film processing, 120 Hz dejudder processing, and other features make up the series’ LCD TV models.
What sets them apart from other premium LCD TV models is their complete user controls. Additionally, prices are on the mass-market level making LG LCD HDTVs offer cheap but quality LCD televisions. A 42 inch LG screen would only cost $900 while a 47 inch screen like the LG 47LH30 of the premium line would sell at $1200 only.
This is just one of the eight series from LG. The LG LH50 allows consumers to stream Netflick movies directly on the TV. Internet connectivity is the greatest addition for this series. The LG LH55 series, on the other hand, renders a 240Hz refresh rate which eliminates motion blur.
Both brands produce good LCD televisions, right? But these facts clearly indicate how other LCD TV brands compete with the leading LCD TV manufacturer, which is Samsung. If you’d like to know which one you should choose, maybe you could ask yourself this – which one appeals to you more: is it the challenger or the one being challenged?