The sharpness of a television picture is directly related to its refresh rate. Refresh rate refers to the number of times a picture is changed every second. Instead of displaying fluid motion, televisions display “frames” every second that give the illusion of a moving picture. LED TVs have higher refresh rates than traditional LCD televisions, giving the illusion that the same inputted image is being outputted at a higher quality on an LED television than on an LCD.
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