Multisystem technology has been integrated into some LED TVs by well-known manufacturers like Samsung, LG, Toshiba, and Panasonic. Multisystem TVs make it easier to view shows in various formats, like NTSC, PAL, and SECAM. LED technology improved picture quality and energy efficiency of TVs, too. Hence, a multisystem LED TV is sure to provide maximum viewing pleasure with the convenience of letting you enjoy a wide range of shows from around the world. Their size and lighter build make them easier to set up as well.
One of the most important factors to determine before purchasing a multisystem TV is the lifespan, which refers to the brightness and how long it can remain bright as it ages.
An LED TV gradually gets dimmer as it ages before it becomes unable to properly display an image. High-quality multisystem LED TVs have a longer life span that usually range between 60,000 to 100,000 hours.
There are ways that you can protect the longevity and prolong the lifespan of your multisystem LED TV. Often times, they have something to do with keeping the brightness. Simple actions like turning off the TV when nobody is using it can already help. Leaving the TV running all day can quickly deplete the brightness of the LED TV. Another method is to adjust the brightness to normal or lower levels. Adjusting the contrast can help, too. Higher contrast makes the TV use more power, leading to a decrease in its longevity.
Using a voltage regulator with a battery backup can provide more power to the multisystem TV when dips or power surges occur, such as when you start the furnace or turn on the air-conditioning system. Power surges affect the power cap processes of the TV and decrease its lifespan. Moreover, consider installing the TV in an area where it has room to breathe, so its ventilation system can work properly and it can properly release heat.