Amazingly, Samsung has recently launched a new breed of television species with Samsung LED Full HD Tvs B7000 and B6000 as front liners in the Australian market.
LED stands for Light Emitting Diodes which is used in series in these two new Samsung LED TV models as its primary light source compared to the more traditional cold cathode fluorescent lamps of CCFLs in order to attain that ultra-high contrast ratios with slimmer depths and a higher energy saving power.
CCFLs fade in comparison to the Samsung LED TV because LEDs produce darker blacks which can appear endlessly deep to a viewer’s eye while the shades of white appear as crisp and bright against the more vivid colors.
The results are amazing – more so than those that truly exists in real life. The natural beauty of the scenery is perfectly captured giving anyone a natural kind of high. The viewing experience is more enhanced with Samsung’s commended Auto Motion Plus Frame Interpolation technology that reduces the blur created by motion and the image judder as well.
Samsung’s use of LEDs is incomparable as it is able to trim the B7000 and B6000 off to an ultra-thin depth to give it a sleeker and sexier look. It one-inch thickness makes the set slimmer with no connectivity option compromises nor preceding an ATSC tuner. The svelte design of the new wave of Samsung LED TV furthers the complement with the creation of its ultra-slim wall-mount solution thus decreasing the gap between the television monitor and the wall with only around 0.6 inches down from the bulkier solutions of two inches.
The ultra-thinness of the LED Full HD TV depth combined with the latest wall-mount technology has designed a simple installation process similar to that of merely hanging a picture frame on the wall.
It was in the year 2008 that Samsung devised a very unique crystal design that utilized a dual-injection molding to paint a translucent, colored surface to attain that eye-catching crystalline look. Samsung’s crystal design has transformed into something better seen in this newest generation of Samsung LED TV Full HD to further accentuate the television’s slim bezels.
The Samsung LED TV particularly the Samsung B7000 and B6000 LED Full HD TVs that are lighted up by LEDs all meet the more rigorous Energy Star v3.0 requirements by reducing power consumptions to considerably new lows.
What makes LED an advantage is that it is mercury-free, adding to another degree of environmentally-friendly features and safety compared with the rest of its backlight technology competitors.
Imagine an energy consumption that is as low as 40% compared to the more traditional LCD HDTVs that are of the same size. It has an energy savings mode that can be adjust the backlight system and picture quality without affecting the smoother, more natural run of images.
Samsung still has upcoming plans that will set it apart from all its competitors such as the Media@2.0 encompassing Content Library which allows customers to enjoy a variation of cultural experiences in all aspects of television drama, the USB 2.0 Movie which expands your USB convenience from the usual music and image content to that which includes movies and the DLNA Wireless.