How much is the clouding problem solved? How about the OLED TVs years from now? Samsung and Sony have new LCD TVs with LED technology. I’ve read about “clouding” problems with LCD TVs, also known as mura. Say you’re watching a movie and the scene has the screen black, then the clouding/mura might be noticeable. I’m wondering if this problem is solved 100% by the current LCD TVs with LED technology? . . Or if OLED will solve it 100%. After looking around, I learned — LED backlights for LCD provide those TVs a better contrast, better blacks, and better colors. They do not impact any issues related to refresh rates/response times however. As for the clouding issue, I don’t know if the 100% eliminates it, but I think it pushes it as close as you’ll get with a traditional LCD. But I think its a bit more due to companies making sure there is a proper uniform backlight versus just a pure LED vs CCFL improvement. OLED on the other hand will deal with that. OLEDs can have response times as fast as 0. 01ms, so near instantaneous like a CRT, DLP, and Plasma might have. As for clouding on an OLED, I would highly doubt it, unless a budget manufacturer does a poor job in building one. The clouding issues are heavily associated with backlight problems, and well OLED doesn’t have a backlight.
Over the past decade, LED technology has created controversy in the growroom. The basic question: Do they work or not? LED lights certainly provide energy ef. . .