The ones I'm looking at are all edge-lit LEDs...
Just to add, there's actually one TV I was looking at I just noticed is direct lit LED - is direct lit better/clearer?
One thing I find confusing is the idea of ' HD and HD ready '. ... I thought I'd get a full HD TV rather than HD ready but I'm confused as to the point of the ' HD ready ' TVs when some full HD TVs are cheaper...
I've also read that the picture on HDTVs can look distorted and some kind of special setup or equipment is needed in addition to the actual TV to rectify it?Is it what a HDMI cable is needed for, or is that just to connect a Blu-Ray player? ( I might have got this completely wrong ) Would I have to buy a HDMI cable or something at the same time?
Also the ' refresh rate ' on some of the TVs is 50, and some 100. Am I right in thinking 100 = faster refresh rate, better picture?
Some of the TVs have Freeview under Tuner , others Freeview HD - if the TV is listed as full HD, I don't understand this difference - isn't everything automatically in HD on a HDTV?
Also - is the picture quality on DVDs actually better when a DVD player's connected to a HD TV
And are they complicated to setup? I wasn't sure whether to just have one delivered and then set it up myself or pay to have them set it up for me
Are the HD channels on your TV numbered 101, etc?
Some ten additional feeds, whereof five more HD feeds, are expected for the first half of 2014, and up to 10 new HD channels are planned to be launched later in 2014, from a new group of multiplexes awarded to Arqiva.
Do you know a way to rearrange the channels so 1 is BBC1HD, 2 is BBC2HD, etc.?
I have a HDMI cable, if I connect using that will the picture quality be as good as on the HD channels ? Not just on a BluRay disc, but on my DVDs?