CdSe/ZnS nanocrystals are embedded in para-sexiphenyl (p-6P) based hybrid light emitting diode devices providing red, green and blue (RGB) emission compatible to the HDTV color triangle. By structural and optical investigations the device parameters are optimized. The device performance is analyzed in respect to electrical and spectral response resulting in current-voltage characteristics with small leakage currents and low onset voltages. Furthermore the devices provide high color purity and stability which is demonstrated by their narrow emission line widths. All these results underline the ability of the presented device configuration to act as a future candidate for display applications.