When deciding on high-definition televisions, consumers used to be torn between cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) backlit LCDs or plasma panels which are known for their deeper blacks. Well, those days are over, for TV makers have added another vital ingredient into the HDTV landscape to change that familiar equation we've come to know.
Smoking hot from Samsung's oven is three Full-HD LED TV series, branded as Series 6, 7 and 8. Not to be confused with their former CCFL based range, Samsung has incorporated an LED light-source (manufactured by Samsung Electronics themselves) in order to deliver a slimmer panel, deeper blacks and enhanced visual fidelity. However, Samsung's home-grown LED technology does differ from Sony's RGB LEDs which caters for local dimming.
Anyhow, if you wish to know more about the B7000 LED TV from Samsung's Series 7 suite, then get ready to dive in to our review, won't you?