Originally Posted by ibis
I believe it has to do with the way LED's present blacks. i.e. The LED's turn "on" for blacks
vs with LCD the CFL's are turned down to present blacks.
To me it seems more natural on the LCD sets. It also seems more logical.
I don't think Samsung has perfected the use of LED's at this point, which is obvious in the current Luxia line. In a few years, i bet they will blow us away though.
i don't understand what you are saying here, i guess. what do you mean there's a difference with LED backlight VS. CCFL , that LED backlight is 'on' for blacks ?
unless i'm missing your point entirely, LED backlight and CCFL backlight serve exactly the same purpose, to provide the light for the image throught the LCDs. the big advantage of the edge-mount LED over CCFL is that they can turn off completely, and can go from on to off to on very quickly. [rear mounted array LEDs have many more advantages including local dimming where of course zones can be controlled independent of other zones, including complete shut off in one zone while full on in another...]
so back to the question -- what do you mean "...LEDs turn 'on' for blacks..." ?