Determining TVs Longevity

Even Your 32 inch TV Won’t Last If Not Treated Right

Among other crucial aspects that determine the quality of TV, longevity may be the most overlooked one. Makes sense, since the effect isn’t apparent in that very time, at least not until some time in the future. The TV lifespan is determined by a few combined things, like the size and technology of a TV, the room’s temperature and brightness in where the TV’s placed, and the treatment that TV received.

Generally, one same sized TVs doesn’t necessarily mean that they have the same lifespan. The best 32 inch TV using LCD will have different lifespan than one 32 inch TV using LED. The 32 inch LCD TV, generally, won’t last longer than the one using LED, since the lifespan of those TV’s determined by the lifespan of the light source. The back lighting bulbs of LCD TV will dim over time, and the CFL fluorescent will change color. Whereas, the LED back lit system won’t get effected by the bulb color change, thus the color performance can be more consistent.

About the external factors, you should notice your room’s temperature and brightness. Though it’s a small, 32 inch TV, it can’t last long in a hot room; provide enough space around the TV, giving them better ventilation. Notice where the ventilation vents are on your TV, and provide at least 4 inch between them and the wall. And whether you use your TV mostly in bright or darker room also affect its lifespan. The darker room takes brighter setting of TV, meaning it works harder, cutting its lifespan.

If you set high contrast on your TV, it’ll take more power, resulting in short lifespan. You don’t need that contrast adjustment everytime, and make sure to turn off your TV when it’s not actually watched. Though your’s a 32 inch TV, leaving it for hours cuts half its lifespan; a waste you dont’t even need.

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