LCD or LED for a bedroom with no/low ambient light?

Discussion in 'What Is The Best TV For You?' started by FlexiPack, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. FlexiPack

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    Thanks to the helpful on here I've narrowed down my TV choice to two models. Either the Sony Bravia CX523 or the Samsung UE32D5520. I've read a lot about LED uniformity issues on edge-lit tvs and it's made me wonder if I would be better with the Sony which is CCFL.

    The TV is for my bedroom and I will be watching it mostly with very little ambient light. Am I right in thinking that uniformity issues will be much more noticeable in a room with very little ambient light?
     
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    CCFL can similarly have uniformity issues...mine does...less so however it seems
     
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    True, my knowledge is only basic but from what I understand a backlit tv is much less likely to suffer from it than an edge-lit tv. Is a darkened room likely to make any uniformity issues more pronounce?
     
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    On a dark screen, I guess so
     

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