REVIEW: Samsung LE-32A656A1F Part 10
The LE-32A656A1F has a conventional CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) backlight. The cathode ray tubes are located at the edges of the panel and the light is distributed across the entire screen surface using a diffuser.
The backlight is dynamically dimmable, which enables the LE-32A656A1F to achieve a dynamic contrast of up to 15.000:1 according to the manufacturer. The brightness is a maximum of 500 Candela per square metre.
The even illumination and brightness distribution of a large panel surface always represents a challenge for an LCD. With Samsung’s LE-32A656A1F this is more than a good success: no bright patches are visible and only in the corners can slight darkening be seen, which can be seen in the following pictures:
The Samsung LE-32A656A1F has great illumination – only in the corners can some slight darkening be seen.
The reproducible black value depends on the settings and the surrounding light. If you set the backlight to 10 and the brightness to 100 in a dark room, you should not be surprised if the black value is mediocre. The settings should thus be adjusted to suit the surroundings.
The picture above shows that the black edge to the left and right of the image displayed is black and not dark grey- even in a completely darkened room in which LCD TV itself can practically no longer be seen.
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