Same old, same old, warm and fuzzy responses here.
LEDs and any current operated device needs a ballast to absorb the
difference in voltage in a circuit.
I know you are not just a troll, despite many reports, 'cause you are
Canadian and that would almost be impossible.
Time to admit your lack of electronics terminology and knowledge.
"Robatoy" wrote in message
The efficiency of the ballast circuitry is way up with switching and other
modern techniques but still required in any LED circuit.
"Stuart" wrote in message wrote:
LEDs are current devices. Something has to absorb the excess voltage
when you control the current supply to it.
Ok you are the expert, you have read something some where
gotten it all confused and believe you know it all.
I on the other hand actually have BACK- LIT florescent LCD and LED
back-lit LCD screens
and the fact that the LED set produce little to no heat compared to the
floresent LCD must be my imagination. I'll go with my imagination.
OK, if you say so. I can't foolishly dispute an owner, can I?
I only read that one article which specified average power levels
between the two types before actually looking at TVs, but it made
sense. I think it was on About.com, a far-from-peer-reviewed site.
Always bear in mind that your own resolution to
succeed is more important than any one thing.
-- Abraham Lincoln
In a store there could be other contributing factors to make the LED set
seem warm. I never put any thought to it myself as I knew that
florescent LCD screens were quite cool compared to the old tube screens
but still put out a small amount of heat.
One day I was checking the LED LCD screen at home and the top of the set
was room temperature after being on all day.
One talking head made a few good points:
Had nancy grace ( I refuse to capitalize her name) not pushed and
pushed this whole Anthony deal up the charts, Anthony would not have
ended up with a decent legal team, pro bono, but it also would have
been unlikely that the prosecution would have overreached the way they
Ergo:" nancy grace was the reason "totmom" walked.
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