Is Stabilizer Required For Led TV?

Circuit Breakers are generally considered to be required for various types of television circuit, however LED TV require the usage of a stabilizer, commonly known as a correction capacitor. These are generally considered to be useful for leveling the screen on a riser, or creating a particularly shiny screen, and thus are quite a common choice for LED TVs.

LED TV stabilizers are used in many ways, the most common is for the screen to get grounded from the surface it is sitting on, if your TV is not completely on a stand and sitting on the floor, then it will rely on a light stand to get grounded, if the LEDs are constantly lighting the stand from below and running them through a resistor, this will create a high resistance between the LED and the light stand. This can ruin the image or be used as a means to mask dirt build up on the LED’s, this can be controlled by some LED stabilizers, with the addition of heavy duty supports they can be used without this effect on the image.

The other method of using a stabilizer is to level the LED TVs. Some stabilizers have built in levelers for a reasonable price, some stabilizers with the additional feature of adjusting the level of the screen, essentially turning the LEDs upside down. In both of these situations stabilizer manufacturers’ recommend a stabilizer for all LED TV’s that are purchased. This is generally due to the high voltage the LED’s are exposed to, with the intensity of the light on the screen at night, some stabilizers have a stabilizing mode, while others simply keep the voltage constant. For this reason it is good to go along with the recommendation for stabilizers for all LED TVs.

For a long time it was believed that a LED TV stabilizer was required for every LED TV, however one LED TV brand seemed to be widely sold with stabilizers sold as standard. 

I also purchased an LED TV without stabilizers, and some thought that there may be a difference, however when I tested the LED TV on my light stand the screen turned slightly orange, after checking the stabilizer there was no difference in brightness or sharpness of the screen, so I do not believe there is a difference in the presence or absence of stabilizers when it comes to LED TV. Some LED TV brands offer a stabilizer already included in the TV, in order to get this you must buy the LED stabilizer from the manufacturer itself, or ask them to send you a replacement stabilizer. 

The price of stabilizers from LED TV brands seems to be reasonable. Some cheap LED TV’s don’t come with stabilizers, the stabilizers themselves are built into the TV, but again you should go along with the recommendation for stabilizers for all LED TVs.

There is no guarantee when buying an LED TV that it has the stabilizer built in, so it is always best to check the specifications and ensure it is a must have accessory for the TV. LED TV stabilizers have come a long way, all the stabilizers in this guide are proven and effective and you can get the LED stabilizer from the manufacturer that has the best price.

Some LED TV manufacturers are advertising that a stabilizer is not needed, however this has never been proven, with the only way to determine the presence of a stabilizer is to check for a LED stabilizer when looking at the LED TV from all angles. If you buy an LED TV without a stabilizer and it is powered on it will probably be damaged before it will have reached the end of its life.