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I have an older Samsung UE40D5005 LCD TV, anybody know if it's a CCFL or WLED? I believe Samsung uses this model number outside Denmark, where I live. Samsung UE40D5000 or Samsung UE40D5520
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Greetings

The black levels are usually better if the TV is LED ... and you get corners that are brighter than the rest of the image. As well, blacks tend to be more cloudy and uneven.

The website also says the tv is LED ... who would have thought to look there. smile.gif

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