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Best Ten LED Televisions (TV) in India by Price in 2017

By on July 24, 2017

One thing that always attracts us when we enter any electronics store is the sight of flashing televisions. Numerous televisions are positioned inside a showroom in such a way that is bound to attract the passers-by eyeballs. More advanced the technology, more is the crowd around a particular model. No wonder while doing our research on television power consumption, when we asked a few friends on what they look for while buying a TV, the response we got was: size, technology and price.

Power consumption of a television is hardly a decision-affecting factor while buying a television for most of the people. But with this article we will try to provide some information that we have gathered while doing our research on power consumption of televisions in India. We hope that this will provide some valuable information regarding the power consumption of televisions which may help people to make better decisions.

In this post we will try to provide you some tips to buy a new Television. But before that, we will provide you the information that you came here to look for: The Top Brands and Top Models in Televisions. For the Buying Guide, click: here.

Best Televisions (TV) Brand in India

These are considered as premium brands in India. These brands have latest and greatest technology available in the market. Japanese brand Toshiba or Dutch brand Philips are also good, but if you are looking for decent value for money brands then you may look at the new and upcoming brands like Vu, Micromax and LeEco. Technology wise the premium brands are far superior but they are expensive. In general most brands in India do not offer warranty of more than 1 year on TVs, and bad power quality does damage TVs in several places, thus lot of people prefer to go for the value for money brands.

If you are looking for reviews of various brands, you can check our brand review section over here: Link. Or you can click on the specific brand name mentioned above.

Best Televisions (TV) in India

Some handpicked models:

Based on our data collection (from websites of various brands) and understanding of brand value and technology, we have also put together a list of top TVs in India based on budget. If you have any question about any model or brand, feel free to put in your question in the comments section.

  • Best TVs less than Rs 40,000 (Click To Expand/Minimize)

    • Micromax-43E9999uhd
      • 43 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 10W*2 Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Vu-LED40K16 UHD
      • 40 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 7 + 7 Watt Audio Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Ultra Smooth Motion Rate
    • Sony-KLV-32W672E
      • 32 inch
      • Full HD
      • 8W+8W+14W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 200
    • Samsung-32K5570
      • 32 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 watts Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 400
    • LG-43LH576T
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Panasonic-TH-40DS500D
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 400Hz BMR
    • Philips-43PFL4351/V7
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR)
    • Vu-LED50K160GP
      • 50 inch
      • Full HD
      • 10 + 10 Watt Audio Audio
    • Micromax-40 CANVAS-S
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Toshiba-L2400-40
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio Audio
      • Refresh Rate: amr200
  • Best TVs less than Rs 50,000 (Click To Expand/Minimize)

    • Vu-LEDN50K310X3D
      • 50 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 10 + 10 Watt Audio Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Ultra Smooth Motion Rate
    • Samsung-43K5100
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 10 watts+10 watts Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 200
    • Micromax-50Z9999uhd
      • 50 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 10W*2 Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Panasonic-TH-43DS630D
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 400Hz BMR
    • Sony-KLV-40R352D
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • 5 W + 5 W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 100 Hz (native 50 Hz)
    • LG-43LH600T
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Vu-H50K311
      • 50 inch
      • Full HD
      • 10 + 10 Watt Audio Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz
    • Sansui-SNA50QX0ZSA
      • 50 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Philips-43PUT7791/V7
      • 43 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20W Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR)
    • LG-43LH595T
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
  • Best TVs less than Rs 30,000 (Click To Expand/Minimize)

    • Sony-KLV-32R422E
      • 32 inch
      • HD Ready
      • 8W+8W+14W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 200 (Native 50 Hz)
    • Vu-H40K311
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • 8 + 8 Watt Audio Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz
    • Vu-40D6575
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • 8 + 8 Watt Audio Audio
    • Micromax-43T7670fhd
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • Audio
    • Panasonic-TH-43D350DX
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 100 Hz
    • Samsung-32K5100
      • 32 inch
      • Full HD
      • 10 W + 10 W Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 200
    • LG-32LH604T
      • 32 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Sony-KLV-32R302E
      • 32 inch
      • HD Ready
      • 5 W + 5 W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 100 Hz
    • LG-32LH576D
      • 32 inch
      • HD Ready
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Onida-LEO40FBV
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • 7 W + 7 W @ 10% THD Audio
  • Best TVs less than Rs 60,000 (Click To Expand/Minimize)

    • Vu-LTDN55XT780XWAU3D
      • 55 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 10 + 10 Watt Audio Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Vu-LEDN50K310X3D-Ver2017
      • 50 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 10 + 10 Watt Audio* Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Smooth Motion Rate
    • Sony-KLV-40W672E
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • 8W+8W+14W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 200
    • Sony-KDL-43W800D
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 10 W+10 W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 800 Hz(native 100 Hz)
    • Samsung-40KU6000
      • 40 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20 watts Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 1,300
    • Panasonic-TH-40DX650D
      • 40 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 1000 Hz BMR 4K IFC
    • Samsung-40K6300
      • 40 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 watts Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 800
    • Panasonic-TH-49DS630D
      • 49 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 400Hz BMR
    • LG-49LH576T
      • 49 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
    • LG-43UH650T
      • 43 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
  • Best TVs less than Rs 20,000 (Click To Expand/Minimize)

    • Samsung-32J5100
      • 32 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W(L:10W, R:10W) Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 100
    • Vu-32D6545
      • 32 inch
      • Full HD
      • 8 + 8 Watt Audio Audio
    • Micromax-32 CANVAS-S
      • 32 inch
      • Full HD
      • Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Philips-24PFL4571/V7
      • 24 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR)
    • Sony-KLV-22P413D
      • 22 inch
      • Full HD
      • 10 W + 10 W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: -(native 50 Hz)
    • LG-32LH516A
      • 32 inch
      • HD Ready
      • 20W Audio
    • Panasonic-TH-32D450D
      • 32 inch
      • HD Ready
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 200Hz BMR
    • Samsung-32FH4003
      • 32 inch
      • HD Ready
      • 5W x 2 Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 100
    • Samsung-32J4003
      • 32 inch
      • HD Ready
      • 10W(5W+5W) Audio
      • Refresh Rate: 100
    • LG-32LH564A
      • 32 inch
      • HD Ready
      • 20W Audio
  • Best TVs less than Rs 80,000 (Click To Expand/Minimize)

    • Sony-KLV-49W672E
      • 49 inch
      • Full HD
      • 8W+8W+14W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 200 (Native 50 Hz)
    • Vu-TL55C1CUS
      • 55 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 8 + 8 Watt Audio Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Smooth Motion Rate
    • LG-49UH650T
      • 49 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
    • Sony-KDL-43W950D
      • 43 inch
      • Full HD
      • 10W+10W+10W+10W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 800 Hz(native 100 Hz)
    • Panasonic-TH-49DX650D
      • 49 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 200 Hz BMR 4K IFC
    • Samsung-49K5570
      • 49 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 watts Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 400
    • Samsung-43KU6470
      • 43 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20 watts Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 1,500
    • Panasonic-TH-42AS670D
      • 42 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 W (10 + 10) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • 3D TV
      • Refresh Rate: 1200 Hz BLS IFC
    • Panasonic-TH-50AS670D
      • 50 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20 W (10 + 10) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • 3D TV
      • Refresh Rate: 1200 Hz BLS IFC
    • LG-55LH600T
      • 55 inch
      • Full HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
  • Best TVs above Rs 80,000 (Click To Expand/Minimize)

    • Sony-KD-55X8500D
      • 55 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 10 W+10 W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 800 Hz(native 100 Hz)
    • Samsung-60KU6000
      • 60 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20 watts Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 1,300
    • Samsung-49KS7000
      • 49 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 40 watts Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 2,100
    • Sony-KDL-50W950D
      • 50 inch
      • Full HD
      • 10W+10W+10W+10W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 800 Hz(native 100 Hz)
    • Sony-KD-43X8300D
      • 43 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 10 W+10 W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: Motionflow™ XR 800 Hz(native 100 Hz)
    • Samsung-49KU6570
      • 49 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20 W Audio
      • SMART TV
      • Refresh Rate: 1,600
    • Panasonic-TH-55CX700D
      • 55 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • 3D TV
      • Refresh Rate: 4K 800 Hz BMR IFC
    • Panasonic-TH-49CX700D
      • 49 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20 W (10 W x 2) Audio
      • SMART TV
      • 3D TV
      • Refresh Rate: 4K 800 Hz BMR IFC
    • LG-55UH770T
      • 55 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 20W Audio
      • SMART TV
    • LG-55UH850T
      • 55 inch
      • Ultra HD
      • 40W Audio
      • SMART TV

Things to look for while buying a television

1. Size of the television:

This is probably the most important factor which significantly drives the buying behaviour of customers who are looking to buy a new television. The sheer size of a television is capable of altering a customer’s decision. Many people have an emotional/psychological connect with the size of the television. A bigger size television is considered a sign of social status by many. And due to this many people choose to buy an over-sized television.

To illustrate the effect the size of television has on the viewing experience, let us look at an example. If you buy a large sized television (above 40 inches) then there is a certain distance at which you have to sit from the television to have a comfortable view. Otherwise the objects on the screen will look too large and the viewing experience will be poor.

So it is important to buy such a TV which is best suited to your room. Given below is a table which illustrates the minimum distance at which you should sit from the television in order to have a nice viewing experience.

TV Size576 resolution720p1080p
32-inch8′ feet6′4′
37-inch10′7′4.5′
40-inch10.5′8′5′
42-inch11′8′5.5′
46-inch12′9′6′
50-inch13′10′6.5′
55-inch15′11.5′7.5′
65-inch17′13′8.5′

Table Source

2. It’s in the “Pixels”

When we are talking about the screen resolution, or in other words, the clarity of the television, then the number of pixels matter a lot. More the number of pixels, more is the graphical information captured and displayed to the viewer and consequently, more is the clarity of the television. In India, four types of screen resolutions in televisions are available. These are:

a) Standard Definition

b) HD Ready (1280 x 720 or 720p)

c) Full HD (1920 x 1080 or 1080p, available only in 32 Inches and above TV models)

d) Extra High Definition (3840 × 2160, 4K, UltraHD, available only in 42 Inches and above TV models)

As you go from Standard Definition to Extra High Definition, the number of pixels in the screen increase, which means that the display-clarity increases. But one should keep in mind that beyond a certain distance from the TV, all the various versions of HD televisions appear to be same (or there is little noticeable difference from a HD ready TV to a 4K variant). The difference between these variants starts becoming noticeable as one starts moving closer to the screen.

3. Refresh rate

The video playing on a television is actually a series of images which are displayed at a very high rate so that they appear to move and give our eyes a sensation of moving objects. So “refresh rate” determines how quickly the images are updated in one second (or are refreshed in one second) on the screen. If a television has a high refresh rate, then it means that the moving of the images on the screen will be fast and smooth. In simple words, the video quality will be enhanced. (Please note that refresh rate is different from frame rate).

So if you primarily intend to watch high-action, fast moving objects on your television (like racing, or high graphics games) then you should go for a television with a high refresh rate as the images would not get blurred. But if you want to watch regular stuff (like TV soaps, movies) then the standard refresh rate of 50 Hz would be sufficient for you.

Different manufacturers use different terminologies (in terms of mentioning the refresh rate) to promote their televisions. Some examples are LG Motion Clarity index, Samsung Clear Motion rate, Toshiba ClearScan, Sony Motion Flow and so on. In these patented technologies, the refresh rate that is mentioned, is sometimes bloated. So a manufacturer can label their television as having a refresh rate as high as 1000 Hz, but effectively the refresh rate is no more than 200 Hz.

Fake Refresh rateImage Source

It is important to have a knowledge of the aspect of “fake refresh rate” because some people get misguided by the high value of the refresh rate for a particular brand, which when normalised, is effectively lesser than the value that is mentioned in the specifications of the television.

4. Sound (RMS Output)

Another important aspect now-a-days is the sound quality of televisions. If you look at some models, you shall find that a RMS power rating is given to televisions. For example. a television with 5W + 5W RMS would mean that the power output of both the speakers is 5W individually. Higher RMS rating generally translates to louder volume. However, it does not mean that a higher RMS rated TV will be “better-sounding” more than a TV having a lower RMS rating.

5. IPS vs VA panel

You must have observed that when viewed from different angles, the colours in the LED TV change. That is because of the screen-panel.

There are two main types of panels available in market: IPS panels and VA panels.

IPS panels are found to be better in terms of viewing angle ie you can watch TV sitting at different angles with the TV whereas VA panels are not found to be that good in terms of viewing angle. It means that a TV with a VA panel does not give you much freedom in terms of the viewing angle. So if you have a bigger room, then IPS panel would offer a better angle. Also IPS panels are tougher than VA panels and are found to be more durable.

6. Picture Engine

In a bid to enhance the viewing experience of the customers, newer technologies are continuously being invented and implemented in televisions. Picture Engine is one of them. Certain brands advertise their “superb picture engine” which claims to better the existing viewing experience. A picture engine works good when a low-resolution video is being played on the television. With the advent of smart TVs, which can be connected to the internet, viewers can now watch videos online. So if you end up watching a low-resolution video on the internet through your television, then the picture engine ensures that the video does not get blurred or “pixelated” on the big screen.

“Contrast ratio” is a term which one might hear when looking at several models of TVs. Contrast ratio is a measure of the luminance of the TV screen. It is the ratio of the brightness of the brightest colour (ie white) to the darkness of the darkest colour (ie black) on the screen. It is an indicator of the vibrance (or brilliance) of the screen. So a high contrast ratio is usually preferred.

7. Additional features: Smart TV and 3D TV

3D television is a new innovation in the field of televisions. In addition to the features the are provided by a regular television, a 3D TV adds a third perception ie the depth perception to the viewing experience. So the images on the TV appear 3-dimensional. Newer variants have come up which don’t even require the viewer to wear glasses to experience the “depth-effect.”

Smart televisions are made to be able to connect to the internet. So you can browse the internet, watch online videos and so on your TV by connecting it to WiFi.

There is a device called Google Chromecast, which can be plugged in the HDMI port of your TV. What it does is it casts or enables your TV to display the content of your laptops, mobile phones right on to your television.

Buying a Television: The Electricity perspective

Being an electronic device, a TV is another addition to your total electricity consumption. So let us have a look at the various things in a television which affect the electricity consumption.

1. Size of the television: Let us categorize televisions (according to size) in three parts:

a) Small-sized television (22 inches or lesser): Televisions having a screen size of 22 inches or lower are available in two categories, CRT (the one with a bulging screen) and LED (which has become very popular now-a-days). If we compare the costs of these two types, then it is observed that CRTs are much more inexpensive than LED TVs. But from the power consumption perspective, LED TVs are much better as they consume approximately one-third of the power consumed by a CRT TV.

b) Medium-sized television (22 inches to 40 inches): In this category, customers have two choices: LED television or LCD television. Although both these types look similar, but the internal technology in both of these is quite different. LEDs are at least 30% more energy efficient as compared to LCDs. A typical 32-inch LCD would consume about 95-100 Watts whereas a same size LED would consume only about 55 watts (comparing both HD Ready models). Most of the LCDs are HD Ready models and most of the LEDs are Full HD models. But in terms of electricity consumption same size LED with Full HD consumes less than HD Ready LCD models.

c) Large-sized Televisions (size greater than 40 inches): There are two choices in this category as well: Plasma TV and LED TV. Plasma TVs consume 30-40% more electricity than LED TVs and for this size group, certain Plasma TVs consume as much as 600 Watts (for huge Plasma TVs). The best of LED TVs in this group consume about 70-80 Watts while similar sized Plasma TVs consume about 140 Watts. If we compare prices, again LED TVs are more expensive than Plasmas.

Typical Power Consumption numbers for various kinds of TVs are:

  • Microdisplay rear projector: 0.11 watt per square inch
  • LCD: 0.16 watt per square inch
  • CRT: 0.25 watt per square inch
  • Plasma: 0.30 watt per square inch

2. The number of Pixels: The electricity consumption of HD televisions (HD Ready, Full HD, Ultra HD) is higher than the regular televisions because more power is needed to capture more details on the screen.

3. Refresh rate: If you intend to watch high action stuff (fast moving objects like racing, games and so on) on your television, then a higher refresh rate is advisable. However, higher the refresh rate, more the electricity consumption.

4. Sound (RMS output): Televisions have a rating in terms of RMS output like 10W or 15W. This means that the total power output (in terms of sound) will be 10 W or 15 respectively. Higher the RMS output, more will be the electricity consumption.

One more thing which one should keep in mind is that, after making the purchase, the electricity consumption hugely depends the usage habits and patterns. For example, watching TV at high brightness consumes more electricity. For more information on how to optimise the electricity consumption of a TV, refer to “Impact of Brightness and Volume on Television / Computer / Audio System electricity consumption”.

 

Conclusion

We have seen that how different models and features affect the power consumption of a television. It is true that people do not pay much heed to the power consumption while making a purchase for a television, and sometimes end up buying a TV that consumes much more power without making a significant difference in the viewing experience.So you should always check your requirements first, and then accordingly buy a television. This will not only help in optimising the electricity consumption, but also help in selecting the best television suited to your needs.

Source of Information: websites of various manufacturers of TVs in India.

References

http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Refresh_rate
http://plug-in.bestbuy.ca/t5/Visit-the-Plug-in-Blog/What-is-the-Sony-X-Reality-Pro-Engine/ba-p/92614
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/720p

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Hi Abhishek,

I am planning to buy a 32 inches led TV and had initially thought of Sony KLV-32W672E,however,today in the Croma shop,they showed me a Panasonic TV (32ES500) and i kind of liked it..My requirement would be a 32 inches TV smart TV (alongwith full hd,however,didnot find much of a difference in the picture clarity of HD Ready and Full HD).Could you please advise which one to buy among these two.or may be if you have any other thoughts

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hello Ms Mahajan,

Firstly at 32 inch, you will not find a whole lot of difference between Full HD and HD Ready as at that size, the difference is minor. 32 inch is the entry level size for Full HD and usually many brands do not have 32 inch Full HDs. In fact Pansonic does not make any 32 inch Full HDs.

Another thing is that if you are going for a SMART TV at that size, then do not go for Sony as they do not have Android in that size. And their native OS is not really up to the mark. Panasonic also uses Firefox OS, which is just ok. LG has the best OS (WebOS) in the market. And Samsung would have great picture quality along with a decent OS. You can look at these models:

Samsung 32K5570 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGEXG9 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xQxKx!NNNN ) .... This is a Full HD TV from Samsung. It has fast refresh rate, better contrast, noise reduction and quad core processor. The Smart Hub from Samsung is a better OS.

Panasonic TH-32ES500D is also a great TV. It has Hexa Croma drive for a wider color pallet, It has fast refresh rate for no blur while watching fast action scenes, IPS superbright for better whites and more brightness. But it is a HD Ready TV, which does not make a whole lot of difference at this size. From a picture quality perspective, this would be the best TV for sure. But OS will not be fantastic and intutive.

LG 32LH604T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZ875L , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xGPWr!NNNN ).. Good TV with better OS, but certainly not the best picture quality but it would be decent. The Panels is IPS and is bright. But refresh rate is normal. The WebOS is the best out there in the market.

I think if you want best picture quality and you are fine with the OS then Panasonic would be the best. However, to balance both (picture quality and OS) I think Samsung model would be better. You can check them in the stores.

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Hello Abhishek, can u suggest best of three LG49SJ800T(super UHD), SONY49X900E,SAMSUNG 49MU7000.
I am good enough budget to go. But want the best one. Main picture quality and sound quality.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Srinivas,

These are all the top 49 inch models from these brands and picking one is extremely difficult. All of them have HDR. All of them have the best color display technology from the brands (Sony has Triluminous, Samsung has Quantum Dots and LG has Nano Cell display for wider color pallet). They all have high refresh rate for blur free watching of action sequences. All have powerful picture processors. So it all depends on personal choices. In my personal opinion, Sony has a better picture engine, so I would prefer Sony 49X900E. But then Samsung would not be too bad nor would be LG. You can go for any one of them that fits in your budget. All of them are top of the line.

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Hello Abhishek Sir,
I'm interested in 3d led tv but this year none of the Tv manufacturers released 3d led tv. May i know the reason behind that and can u please suggest me a best 55 inch 3d led tv? if 3d is not a good idea then please suggest me best UHD 55 inch tv.

Regards
sathish.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

3D as a technology has not really worked (globally). And that is why 3D TVs have slowly vanished from the scene. What is your budget for this TV?

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Sir,My budget is around1.25lakhs. please suggest best 55 inch UHD.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

If you want a 3D TV then you can look at this one:

Panasonic TH-55CX700D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sXhlMW )

Otherwise these TVs are also really good:

Sony KD-55X8500D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sJFtn5 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/KS47~TuuuN )
LG 55UH650T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZnjzz , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xfo40!NNNN )

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Jagannath Sengupta

Hi,

Which of the below 2 models will be better in terms of power consumption and viewing experience:

1. Panasonic 55 cm (22 inches) TH-22D400DX Full HD LED TV, and
2. Sony 55 cm (22 inches) BRAVIA KLV-22P413D Full HD LED TV

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Panasonic TH-22D400DX has lower power consumption. I think you can go with Panasonic TH-22D400DX.

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Hi Abhikshek, I am planning to have best smart UHD TV with 49 inches can you suggest samsung MU7000/KU7000.
or any other brand. So far I found samsung MU7000 got all features for next 5 year and picture quality is dam good bit expensive. kingly suggest

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Srinivas,

KU is 2016 model and MU is 2017 model. So MU will certainly have latest features. Also MU 7 series is the best that is available in India from Samsung in 49 inch. What is your budget for the TV?

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I am planning to go for 49inch. And to have best picture/sound quality I decided to go for MU7000.
I compared MU7000 with SONYx82d(not sure on model but latest one) in the showroom and MU got better picture quality.
Initially my budget was 1lakh but can afford bit more and online I have seen MU7k price which is 144000.
You can suggest other models which should have feature of MU with in 1lakh.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Difficult to get similar specs in budget of 1 lakh. These models have advanced technology which are expensive. The best that I could find in 1 lakh are:

LG 49UH770T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGEsvZ , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kxjP8TuuuN )
Panasonic TH-49CX700D

But none of Sony and Samsung models I think would fit in that budget.

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Hi Abhishekji,

Kindly suggest 43'' LED TV at budget of 35k - with IPS display panel.

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Hi Abhishekji,

Which of the below 2 models are better in display

1. Sanyo 43" XT-43S8100FS Smart TV,
2. Sanyo 43'' XT-43S7100F.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

The specifications are exactly the same. There is no difference. It is just that one is SMART TV and other is not.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You can look at these:

Panasonic TH-43D350DX (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZAH6I ,Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kksMLTuuuN )
LG 43LH516A (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2r5bjxs , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xoQp0!NNNN )
Sanyo XT-43S7100F (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2twOK0L ) ... Sanyo is now Panasonic brand.

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Hi Abhishek,
I am looking for 43 or 49 inch TV. My viewing distance would be 8.5ft to 9ft. What would be the ideal TV size?
I am not able to decide between w800d, w772e, w672e, w752d & w562d. I am regular watcher & doesn't do gaming. I would like to have very good picture quality & sound. My budget would be around 65k. Only looked at Sony so far. I can look at Samsung or Panasonic as well. Can you suggest a good model to go for.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Venky,

Firstly 43 to 49 inch would be fine for 8.5-9 ft viewing distance. Also if you are a regular TV watcher then you do not need high refresh rate. For better picture quality you need more better resolution (Ultra HD would be better but Full HD would also be fine), vibrant colors (a larger color pallet in the TV) and better contrast (a model with HDR or high dynamic range would be awesome). Plus a good sound system.

In Sony the best I could find is Sony KLV-43W772E (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2r8G6sX ). This model has Triluminous Display (for vibrant colors), HDR (for better contrast) and also has subwoofer for better sound. The refresh rate is basic 50 Hz, but for regular TV watching that is good enough. It is a SMART TV but the OS is not Android. So certainly not the best SMART TV in Sony. But if you are just looking at YouTube/Netflix in SMART features, then this should be good enough.

In Samsung you can get a UHD Tv in your budget. You can check Samsung 43KU6000 (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xYQ!g!NNNN ) ... This has more resolution (Ultra HD), has HDR for better contrast, refresh rate is also better (about 100 Hz) but it uses Purcolor technology for color pallet. Purcolor is older technology from Samsung and their latest QLEDs are far better in terms of generating better color shades. But QLEDs are expensive. The sony model I mentioned earlier would be better in terms of colors and vibrancy. But this model will show sharper pictures (edges) as there is more details in Ultra HD. However, in 43 inch the difference in UHD and Full HD will not be a lot.

You can also get 49 inch Samsung 49K5100 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGOFZc , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kKESbTuuuN ) in your budget, but then the picture quality will not be as good as the two mentioned above.

In Panasonic you can get 49 inch Panasonic TH-49DS630D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2s7MAsd , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kGYw4TuuuN ) which will be good. It has Panasonic's IPS Superbright Panel for the contrast and Hexa Chroma Drive for better color pallet. It's refresh rate is also 100 Hz. But it is a Full HD TV. And it does not have HDR (bright panel can handle the whites, but for better blacks, HDR is better).

On the whole I think Sony W772e would be the best choice for you.

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Hi Abhishek,
I am looking to buy a 40 to 50 inch TV with a budget of under 30k. Given my budget I don't want a premium brand as I feel that I can get similar quality products online at a good price. My techie colleague in office has highly recommended the Sanyo 43 inch TV XT-43S7100F TV which he has bought on Amazon. I have seen the TV at his residence and the picture quality and IPS display was indeed very good and comparable with the premium brands. Also my colleague told me that Sanyo is a brand owned by Panasonic and the service is done by them. As my last TV was a VU TV whose display got damaged in 2 year and was not covered under warranty I am looking for a good foreign brand which has a good service network. This TV has the most reviews on Amazon which means it is the largest selling TV there. Also while researching on Amazon I saw a TCL 39 inch TV L39D2900 which is much cheaper but the brand has poor service reviews and seems a pure Chinese import.
Please let me know what would you recommend as I want to make the right choice which will last 5+ years. Thanks in advance.

P.S. - You are doing a great job with the site. Reading the article and the comments were really helpful.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Arjun,

Panasonic made an acquisition of Sanyo in 2009. So Sanyo is a Panasonic brand now. In August 2016 Panasonic launched Sanyo TVs in India. Sanyo used to be a very good brand in past. It is a Japanese brand and has Japanese technology. The reviews are also good, so it is a good choice. They have released a very limited range in the name of Sanyo and interesting thing is that it will compete with Panasonic. My guess is that they did not want to mix it with the Shinobi series that they are promoting heavily recently and wanted to have something that will compete directly with the cheaper brands. The specs are decent (not very high end). However, hardware is just one aspect in TVs and the real picture quality depends on the software piece (which is the picture engine). So specs are just one aspect and you have to watch the TV yourself to be convinced about the picture quality. The feedback on picture quality is also good. So you can certainly go with it. Will it last 5+ years?? (well it is launched in 2016, so difficult for anyone to say that). But I would bank on Panasonic's quality for this one as well.

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Hai Abhishek ,
Actually i am interested in gaming Sir ,so can you suggest me you which TV is best for gaming within my budget range 30K to 40K.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Shankar,

If you are not too picky on the brand then Vu models with Ultra Smooth Motion Rate and UHD screens would be interesting choice. You can look at these:

Vu 43S6535
Vu LED40K16 UHD (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2ezn1pW , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/5HTFUTuuuN )

Or even a Full HD: Vu 49S6575 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2ezmDIe , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/5HvMOTuuuN )

Otherwise you can look at these:

Panasonic TH-40DS500D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGXbrd , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xx!Tg!NNNN )
Philips 43PFL4351/V7 (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kFYFdTuuuN )

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Hi

As per your recommendation, I purchased Samsung 55KS9000 4K HDR TV and I am extremely satisfied with price. I got it for 2Lakhs + Sound bar (Free) from the local dealer.

I am looking for smaller 4K UHD Tv for bedroom. Any suggestions? My budget is around 40k (<50 inch)

Thanks.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

In that price range you will have to go for Vu or Micromax (both mostly sold online). You can look at these:

Vu 43S6535
Vu LED40K16 UHD (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2ezn1pW , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/5HTFUTuuuN )
Micromax 43E9999uhd (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xlezY!NNNN )

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Hello, Which tv (large 40'' plus) will last longer out of all the brands as spending 40-50K is not a small amount? I am asking as my 2 year old LG 42 inch TV got 3 white spots on the screen. On checking about this on internet I came to know this is a common problem in LG and samsung or any other brand TV's because of there bad/cheap manufacturing. 39-48 inch is the common size which people purchase these days. So this is where they try to make the profit. Anyways does anyone have any idea to how white spots issue can be resolved or calling a technician and repairing the defective part is the only solution?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Jitendra,

Difficult to pick a brand that will last longer. Ideally the premium brands should last longer. But electronic appliances are delicate and no one can guarantee long life. It will be better to call a technician who can see what the defect is.

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Hi Abhishek Jain.
I want to by a 43 inch full HD or Smart LED TV. My budget is Rs 40,000/- I want to buy a best value for money tv. I am a bit confused. Which one would u suggest. I also want to know why the Top brands TV models (Sony, LG, Samung etc) are giving 1 year warranty.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You can look at these:

Panasonic TH-43D450D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2s7H8Ws , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/x1tqq!NNNN )
LG 43LH576T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZoQ8I , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/k1zk~TuuuN )

These two would be good choice. Premium brands usually give only 1 year warranty. Usually longer warranties are given by brands when they want to build more confidence among people about their brand. Established brands usually give lesser warranties.

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Thanks for ur reply....
What about brands like Vu, Mitashi, Micromax ,Sanyo.How are they compared to LG, Panasonic, Onida,Samsung.
I have heard that the parts of the top brand TVs are expensive.. Is it true...

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Vu and Micromax are quite popular these days and based on the feedback that I have, they are quite decent. In those brands you can even get a UHD TV in your budget. However, I would say picture quality of Sony and Samsung would be the best followed by LG and Panasonic and other brands would not compare with them. But if you are not too picky about picture quality then Vu and Micromax offer decent quality at very reasonable prices. However, you will not find Vu and Micromax in stores. They are mostly available online. You can check these models:

Vu 43S6535 (Not able to find them on Amazon or Flipkart, but if you get this one then it will be a great choice)
Micromax 43E9999uhd (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xlezY!NNNN )
Vu T43D1510
Micromax 43T7670fhd (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGUuFZ , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kEgwWTuuuN )

If you are fine with 40 inch then these models would also be fantastic:

Vu LED40K16 UHD (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2ezn1pW , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/5HTFUTuuuN )
Micromax 42C0050uhd

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Hi, I've recently visited Croma & Bajaj Electronics stores @ Hyd to purchase a 43/49 inch LED for my living room.

Croma ppl insist on LG models (43UJ632T & 49LH600T) being superior in display quality, features and popular with customers(indicating fewer complaints) than Sony 49W752 (they do agree Sony has an upper hand when coming to sound). They also say LG has good offers this season on credit cards.

Bajaj guys preference is more for Sony then Samsung & then LG. They insist on
Sony KD43 X782E(4K); KDL 43W 800D (3D+Android TV); KD 43 X8200E; KLV 49 W 672E;

My choice is a Full HD/4K UHD display with good picture engine, good sound output, SMART TV with usable & glitch free OS. Could you help choose the better among these or if any other model comes to mind, please do suggest. Budget restricted at 69K.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Here is my opinion:

I think LG certainly has a better OS which is more user friendly. But I feel that future will be all about Android. The way Android has become a default OS for phones, I see the same happening for TVs in future. They will certainly improve it and it will be a default OS. But currently LG has better OS.

But when it comes to picture quality and sound quality, I think Sony is the best among all with Samsung the only brand that gives it some competition. LG is good, but not as much as Sony or Samsung. Sony has the best picture engine and the best picture quality with similar features.

Also picture quality is not just about resolution (Full HD and 4K), it is also about the contrast (a TV with HDR would be better), vibrancy of colors (bigger color palette, like Triluminous display in Sony), and refresh rate. So one has to look at all these which choosing one.

A faster refresh rate is more important while watching fast moving action scenes. If you watch regular content then it may not be that important.

Among the LG models you have listed, I think LG 43UJ632T should have really good picture quality as it has more resolution (4K) + HDR (for better contrast). And it will have good OS as well. Sony KLV-49W752D that they showed you is a basic TV from Sony. The models that Bajaj guys showed you in Sony are the better ones. Ususaly they try to sell you whatever they have.

Among the models that Bajaj guys showed you, I think Sony KD-43X8200E would be the best because it is again 4K + HDR rate, it has better sound system and X Reality Pro is a great picture engine. If I have to compare LG 43UJ632T with Sony KD-43X8200E, then I would rate Sony KD-43X8200E better for picture quality and sound. However, I doubt that you can get Sony KD-43X8200E in your budget. If you do, then it would be fantastic.

Among the full HD 49 inch models also I would rate Sony KLV-49W672E better than LG 49LH600T. As Sony model has HDR + better sound system.

Among all the TVs you have listed, if you can get Sony KD-43X8200E in your budget then I think it is a great choice. I cannot tell you another model better than this one in your budget.

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Hi Abhishek,

Many thanks for your valuable inputs. Could you suggest a 43inch LED with 4K + HDR with good picture & sound quality, good refresh rate that can fit it in my budget.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You can look at these two:

Samsung 43KU6000 (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xYQ!g!NNNN )
LG 43UH750T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2r9bEtO , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/k6XMdTuuuN )

Based on my knowledge, Sony models (with fast refresh rate) are expensive. The one that I could find was with normal refresh rate, which is Sony KD-43X7002E (however, this model has 4K + HDR , but no Android).

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Hello, Abhishek jain.

This is Sunny and i m planning to buy a full HD led TV around 40 inch. My budget is around 27K.
My Usage for regular set top box channels and movie watching ...... Not for play high graphic games.

For This I'm shortlisted

1) SANYO 108.2cm (43 inch) XT- 43S7100F Full HD IPS led

Price: 26k

2) BPL Vivid 101D51H (40 inch) full HD led
Price : 23k

I found Sanyo has IPS display and refresh rate 60HZ. Pc connecting port also, And manufacturing by Panasonic India ltd in dehradoon plant.

Bpl has no IPS display . same refresh rate 60hz... Can't found where it is manufacturing.

So please suggest which one is good to buy as per quality and durability.

Please Also suggest any other good product in same size and budget you know.

Thank you...

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Sunny,

Sanyo and BPL are not the most popular brands in the market. And 60 Hz is a common refresh rate which is there in all TVs (even the basic ones). I think Vu and Micromax are offering better TVs these days and they are quite popular as well. You can check these:

Vu 40D6575 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rcqboW , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/nTaoZ!NNNN )
Micromax 43T7670fhd (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGUuFZ , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kEgwWTuuuN )
Micromax 40C7550fhd (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rPtZhx )

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Thanx for your reply and suggestions.

And let me know that , How about Onida brand led TV..?
Particularly below link Onida smart TV..

https://www.flipkart.com/onida-105-66cm-42-full-hd-smart-led-tv/p/itmes6fgdbzst6xw?gclid=CJSc8KHZ4NQCFVQWaAodFMIHHg&pid=TVSES6FGG533QUXM&cmpid=content_television_8965229628_gmc_pla&tgi=sem,1,G,11214002,g,search,,170219493259,1o1,,,m,,mobile,,,,,&s_kwcid=AL!739!3!170219493259!!!!51320962143!&ef_id=WTUhHQAABPhB5y9b:20170628135831:s

Thanks.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Onida is also a decent brand. You can certainly go with this model from Onida.

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Abhishek can you please provide suggestions for Full HD non smart TV (40 inch - 43 inch) upto Rs.40k..
Also can you comment on how Vu tv are??
Thank you.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Aakash,

Vu is a good brand. Decent value for money. In fact you can get UHD TV from Vu in your budget. You can check these:

Vu 43S6535 or Vu LED40K16 UHD (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2ezn1pW , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/5HTFUTuuuN )
or Micromax 43E9999uhd (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xlezY!NNNN )

If you are looking for top brands then you can look at:

Panasonic TH-40DS500D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGXbrd , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xx!Tg!NNNN )
Samsung 40K5100 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGS3TQ , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xnjSq!NNNN )
LG 43LH576T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZoQ8I , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/k1zk~TuuuN )

Most TVs these days are SMART TVs and they are the ones that come with best features. So I would not suggest to look for non smart TVs. IN fact all models of SONY are Smart TVs.

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Hello Mr. Abhinav! Which brand & model number of LED TV would you suggest within budget 10K to 15K ??

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hello Mr Abbas,

I guess you did not get my name right :) .... by the way you can look at these:

Sony KLV-22P413D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2e3tV6a , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/enVG6!NNNN )
Philips 24PFL4571/V7
Vu LED32K160M (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rP6cOU )

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Dear Mr. Abhishek, I do regret for the in-correct name.

Your valuable suggestions are well appreciated. Thank you.

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Hi Abhishek, I am looking for 55 inch 4k TV in Samsung , Sony or LG. can u guide me please, budget would 1-1.35 lakhs

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Krishna,

Any of these would be good for you:

Sony KD-55X8500D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sJFtn5 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/KS47~TuuuN ) .... This TV is a 4K model with high refresh rate (100 Hz native) and also has HDR (high dynamic range) for better contrast. It also has triluminous display for vibrant colors and in general Xreality Pro picture engine of Sony is quite good.

LG 55UH770T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2r93jqk , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/k6y16TuuuN ) ... This is a 4K model with high refresh rate. This also has HDR and vibrant colors.

Any of these two would be really good.

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Thanks Abhishek :) are they no good ones in Samsung ;-) can u recommend any in samsung ? I have a known dealer so little inclined as I might get good deal.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Samsung ones are expensive. You can check Samsung 55KU6470 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2s7oTjR , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xQcLB!NNNN ) ... this will be comparable to the other two.

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abhishek will u please suggest that samsung 43k5002 full hd tv is good for buying

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Abhinav,

Samsung 43k5002 is a good TV, but all depends on what you want from your TV and what your budget is.

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I was planning to buy a 55" UHD TV.The dealer stocks both LG and Sony but keeps insisting that LG is of superior quality with fewer complaints in the past years.The models i was looking for are Sony W80D,LG LH 600T,LG UH 770T.Appreciate your help.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Saj,

I am not sure about complaints (because I hardly get to hear some), but Sony in general has best picture quality. LG has a better Web OS, but then picture quality of Sony is superior. The models you are looking at are older models and only LG UH770T is the one currently being sold by LG. Within similar budget I think Sony KD-55X8500D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sJFtn5 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/KS47~TuuuN ) is a better model as it has HDR (High Dynamic Range) for better contrast. It also has Triluminous Display which is a Sony technology to get more vibrant colors. It has a good refresh rate as well.

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Thanks for your reply Abhishek.Much appreciated

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i want to purchase 48 - 50 inch full hd smart tv . plz tell me which company is better
samsung,sony and panasonic

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Sony and Samsung in general have best picture quality. But what is your budget?

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what about new brands like llyod and cloudwalker tvs..?can we buy that brands or waste of money...?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

There is very less user feedback to make a jusdgement. I think you can go for Vu or Micromax.

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Hi I want to buy a tv size of 32-40 . Which is The budget tv model ? Vu is good ?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Vu and Micromax are good. What is your budget for this TV?

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Budget around 35k

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

If you want premium brand then you can look at these:

Samsung 32K5100 (amazon link: http://amzn.to/2rZssrC , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xM32Y!NNNN )
LG 32LH604T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZ875L , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xGPWr!NNNN )

Otherwise you can look at:

Vu H40K311 (Flipkart link: http://fkrt.it/K!Tn5TuuuN )
Micromax 40 CANVAS-S (Flipkart link: http://fkrt.it/kEf4mTuuuN )

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Hi Abhishek, In the LG 43" Full HD models without smart which models are good..? Can you pls mention some modesl in LG. How is the LG43LW310C TV..? Its a commercial TV...

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Are you looking for a commercial TV or regular TV? If you are looking for regular TV then you can look at LG 43LH547A (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2r5erJv , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kXqluTuuuN ).

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Pls advise which is the best value for money tv and model in 65" between Samsung and Sony. Thanks

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

What is your budget like for this TV? Price wise the models in both brands are quite close. Samsung QLEDs are fantastic. Similarly Sony models with HDR + Triluminous display are fantastic. Both are top brand and best in terms of picture quality.

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Hi, Abhishek can you please suggest me 43 inch model which TV is best in Sony, Samsung, LG and uv

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hello Mr Ramesh,

We have a list of top 43 inch models on this link: https://www.bijlibachao.com/top-ten-appliances/best-42-43-inch-led-tvs-in-india.html

A lot depends on your budget and the features you are looking for. In general Sony and Samsung have the best picture quality. LG and Panasonic are also good.

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Hi Abhishek

I want to purchase 43 to 49 inch Smart TV/ UHD. My choice always on Sony only, however recently i visited TV showroom. One of the executive showed me Panasonic with Shinobhi technology model which is much cheaper than Sony & with more features. also he showed me both Panasonic & Sony panels, when i touch Sony its gives some vibrations & those i didn't find in Panasonic when touch TV screen. He told me that Panasonic uses most advanced IPS panel which sony won't use as of now. Also Panasoinic prepares panel in Thai or somewhere
So confused now,which brand to select now
Can you please suggest

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Sid,

Picture quality is dependent on multiple factors. Sony has the best picture engine. If you go for a UHD model with HDR (High Dynamic Range), Triluminous Display (vibrant color palete), X-Reality Pro and High motion rate then it would turn out to be the best TV you can buy. But then that would be expensive as well. Panasonic is quite cheap as compared to Sony. In fact it would be the cheapest among the premium brands (Sony, Samsung, LG, Panasonic). But then Sony and Samsung will have the best picture quality (if the specs look similar). Usually people who do not have cost as a factor purchase Sony. If cost is a big factor, then you may go for Panasonic as well because you may get similar looking specs at cheaper costs.

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Hi, Abhishek can you please suggest me which TV is best in
1). Samsung 43k5300
2).Sony Bravia klv-40w672e

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

I think Sony KLV-40W672E would have better picture quality.

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Man Singh Ranawat

Please tell difference between led edge backlit and direct backlit . Which is better ? And give some suggestion about best model in 49 inch model , budget under 70k

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Edge Backlit TVs are much thinner as compared to direct backlit. Most TVs these days are edge backlit as they are thin. You can look at these:

Sony KLV-49W672E (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rI6N6M , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/nm5uU!NNNN )
LG 49LH595T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZ9RvQ )
Panasonic TH-50AS670D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2scL0Tb )

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Man Singh Ranawat

Thanks for the information, but which is better for viewing between edge and direct backlit .which brand using direct backlit ?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Picture quality depends on multiple factors and not just on the back light. The panel, picture engine, resolution, etc all play a role. If you want the best picture quality then go for Sony or Samsung.

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hai sir, may i know which is the best non-smart tv in 42 and 32 inch

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You can look at these:

42/43 inch: Samsung 43K5100 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2s7PUUn , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kLy85TuuuN )

32 inch you can look at Samsung 32J5100 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rmra64 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/0EB4V!NNNN )
or Vu 32D6545 (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/nTYsq!NNNN )

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HI Abhishek,

MY budget is 65,000/- and am interested in samsung and sony ? 50 " interested.
Can you recommend the models plz ?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You can look at these:

Sony KLV-48W562D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eBArn6m , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/59P!0TuuuN )
Samsung 49K5100 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGOFZc , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kKESbTuuuN )

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Hi Abhishek,
Please suggest me the best SMART LED TV in 35-55k range.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Here are a few models that you can look at:

UHD TVs:
Panasonic TH-40DX650D (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kF0HnTuuuN )
LG 43UH617T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2s7qmXs )

Full HD:
Sony KLV-40W672E (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2s3eFQH , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/nCP79!NNNN )
Samsung 40K6300 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGPyBf , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kLUeLTuuuN )
LG 49LH576T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rPOH0P , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xGVZX!NNNN )

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Thank you so much Abhishek for your great suggestions.At last help me out in choosing between two TV's
1). Sony 101.6 cm (40 inches) BRAVIA KLV-40W562D Full HD Smart LED TV (https://www.amazon.in/gp/aw/d/B01DNH176M/ref=ox_sc_act_image_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=AT95IG9ONZD7S#)
2). Samsung 101.6 cm (40 inches) Series-6 J6300-SF Full HD LED Smart TV (http://www.amazon.in/gp/aw/d/B00X3F1P4O/ref=ox_sc_act_image_4?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1LW282WJR6WY1#)

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Poras,

Among the two I think Sony Bravia KLV-40W562D would be better. But about the same price range, these TVs would be much better:

Sony KLV-40W672E (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2s3eFQH , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/nCP79!NNNN ) ... this is a TV with HDR. If you watch regular content (not fast moving) then this would be an awesome TV.

Samsung 40K6300 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGPyBf , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/kLUeLTuuuN ) .... with better refresh rate.

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Hi Abhishek,

Thanks for writing up all this .
Need your support for purchasing TV , only brand will be sony.( as current Picture tube TV is from sony & it never given any problem.)
My viewing distance range varies from 6 feet to 8 feet (L shape sofa).
Shall I prefer smart TV or need to buy google chromecast to connect to Internet?
basically My son will going to play PS4 on that, please let me know if two HDMI port will be sufficient ? or Do we need more HDMI ports?
My budget is 60K , but i will prefer to limit it to 35/40 K.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You will need 1 HDMI port for the Set Top Box. One will be required for PS4. If you do not have anything else then two should be sufficient.

If you plan to use it for PS4 then a faster refresh rate would give a better experience. In that case Sony KDL-43W800D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eBvESF , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/eW!!d!NNNN ) would be a better choice.

If you want a cheaper TV then Sony KLV-32W672E (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2t1lBet , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/nmiAx!NNNN ) would be a nicer choice. But then this does not have fast refresh rate, so the video game experience will not be as fantastic as what it is with a TV with faster refresh rate.

Sony TVs are mostly SMART TVs. So you do not need to worry about chromecast.

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Hi Abhishek,

I am looking to buy 40-45inch TV and came across 2 newly launched TV form Sony KD-43X7002E & KLV-43W772E is which one is good..or do you suggest any other better models in 40-43 inch Tvs.
Thanks
Jagadeesh

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Jagadeesh,

43X7002E is a UHD model with HDR (High Dynamic Range). So it will have more pixels (due to UHD), better contrast (due to HDR)

43W772E is a Full HD model with HDR and Triluminous Display. So it will have better contrast (due to HDR) and more vibrant colors due to Triluminous display.

Sony has another model X8200E which is UHD + HDR + Triluminous Display. Which means it will have more pixels (so more details) , with HDR the contrast will be really good so the borders and darks/lights would be crystal clear. And Triluminous display will show vibrant colors.

So if you want the best model then Sony KD-43X8200E would be the best model.

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HI Abhishek,
Thanks for the suggestion all these 3 models are Motionflow™ XR 200 (Native 50 Hz) only and not Motionflow™ XR 800 Hz(native 100 Hz) do you still suggest X8200E or any other may be from other brand as well..?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Sony KD-43X8300D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2ryniiq , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xfBQk!NNNN ) would have high refresh rate as well.

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Hi Abhishek,

Let me start of by saying that your articles are very informative. I'm looking at upgrading my tv set. My requirements are to watch regular televison, movies on dvd and usb drive and occasionally watch videos online. I was looking at the following BPL models
BPL 109 cm (43 inches) Vivid BPL109F2010J Full HD LED TV (Black)
BPL 127 cm (50 inches) Vivid BPL127F2010J Full HD LED TV
What are your thoughts on BPL? I also saw Sanyo, Sansui and Onida at very competitive prices. What are your thoughts on these brands?
Also I read that the VU tv you suggested (Vu-LEDH50K311) doesn't support hard drive over 500gb. Is there a solution to this?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Mithun,

All these brands are budget brands and have average picture quality. Vu and Micromax have made it big in TV segment because their products have quite a lot of features at a very decent price. Their prices are comparable to BPL, Sanyo, Sansui, etc, but the features they offer are better. Where did you read that Vu-LEDH50K311 cannot support HDD over 500 GB? Also what is your budget for this TV and what size are you looking at?

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Hi, Want to know which one should i buy..I have select few models pls give your assistance on it.
1.80 cm (32) Full HD Flat Smart TV K5300 Series 5 (UA32K5300ARLXL)
2.80cm (32) Full HD Smart TV M5570 Series 5 (UA32M5570AULXL)
3.W672E Series SONY

You can also suggest if any.

Thanks..!

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

I think the real competition is between M5570 and W672E series. Both have rich image quality with much better contrast. Sony model has HDR (high dynamic range) and Samsung M5570 has ultra clean view. I personally think that Sony model with HDR has the best picture quality. I would still suggest you to compare the two in store (if possible). Sony model also has subwoofer for better sound quality. Samsung model would be better on smart features as their OS is better than Opera that sony uses.

Purely on picture quality and sound I think Sony KLV-32W672E (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2t1lBet , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/nmiAx!NNNN ) would be better.

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Hello Mr. Abhishek

Need to buy a LED of 32 inches. Kindly suggest the best brand in terms of service and durability from Sony, Samsung, and LG. Also suggest some best models ranges from 25k to 32k.

One Questions : Does the USB support all types of movie formats (like .flv, .avi, .mov and so on) or any specific brand support any specific formats.

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Thank you so much Mr. Abhishek for your suggestions !! They are indeed very useful.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Kamal,

If you can protect your TV from surges (using a surge protector), then physical impact is the only thing that could damage a TV. Or in the worst case if the environment is humid then corrosion can destroy the TV. Otherwise all the brands that you have listed will be durable. For service, you will have to get feedback of local dealers.

In terms of picture quality Sony and Samsung are the best in TVs. In general Sony does not focus much on small TV segment but this year they have come out with TVs with HDR (High Dynamic Range) in 32 inch. With HDR the contrast will be much better and the picture quality would be good (the small details in the picture with come out better with better contrast).

Sony KLV-32W672E (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2t1lBet , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/nmiAx!NNNN ) is a Full HD TV with HDR and this should have great picture quality (usually refresh rates in 32 inch TVs are normal). This model also has subwoofer for better sound. And it can play all these formats on USB: MPEG1/MPEG2PS/MPEG2TS/AVCHD/MP4Part10/MP4Part2/AVI(XVID)/AVI(MotionJpeg)/WMV9/MKV/WEBM/WAV/MP3/WMA/JPEG ... This is also a Full HD TV but slightly out of your budget.

Sony KLV-32R422E (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sJYrK5 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/KSc~fTuuuN ) ... this is a HD Ready TV with HDR ... again it would be good on picture quality. And this one also has subwoofer and will fit in your budget. It can also play all the formats mentioned above. This TV will fit in your budget as well.

Similar TV in Samsung would be Samsung 32M4100 .... it has Clear View technology which will again be good in picture quality ... but it is again a HD Ready TV (although in 32 inch a Full HD would just be slightly better than HD Ready).... this is a new model and I am not sure of the price of the same in the market.

In your budget you can get Samsung 32K5100 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZssrC , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xM32Y!NNNN ) in your budget. This TV is Full HD and would be good.

They should support all types of video format (although I have not mentioned them as they are not there in the specs).

In LG you can look at LG 32LH604T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rZ875L , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/xGPWr!NNNN ).

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Hi Abhisek .ur suggestions are very researched and useful.i wanna buy a 40-43' smart led tv.which one would be better .I'm thinking of Panasonic shinobi pro 43.what do u say?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hello Mr Singh,

All depends on your budget. Sony, Samsung, LG and Panasonic are premium brands. Their picture quality is good in general. But then Sony and Samsung would be the best in picture quality. LG has better Web OS. Panasonic provides good quality at a very decent price as compared to the other three. Your choice will also depend on the content you watch on TV. If it is high action videos and video games, then you need faster refresh rate. Else regular refresh rate would also do.

The best for you depends on what you want.

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Hi Abhishek,
Im stuck comparing two models

1. Vu 50" smart
2. LG 49" non smart

Vu also happens to be cheaper by roughly 8K. Also since i live in Nagpur, Vu has it own company store and service centre. Yet the confidence doesnt come easily... Your recommendation?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Depends on what you want and what budget you have. LG is a premium brand, while Vu is not. You can see noticeable difference in picture quality of the two. But if you have less budget and you want more features but can compromise a bit on picture quality (or you are not too picky about picture quality) then go for Vu. It will be quite value for money. But if you want a better brand and a better picture quality then LG would be better.

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Thanx Abhishek...

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maneesh Srivastava

Wanna purchase 40Inch FHD tv under 30-40K range. Please suggest.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Here are a few that you can look at:

Panasonic TH-40DS500D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2dUuwY0 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/eMIfz!NNNN ) ... the best choice.
Philips 40PFL5670/V7 or 40PFL5059/V7 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eOAtua )
Samsung 40J5100 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2sGrcaD , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/frS~mTuuuN )

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Dear Abhishek
Need your guidance on TV. Planning to buy 49" TV. Budget 45-60K. (Only premium brands like sony, samsung & LG)
Did lot of searching but very much confused
LG 49LH576T, 49LH540A, Samsung 48J5100, samsung 600T....
Kindly advise which one is better...you can suggest any other model also apart from these
Watch simple TV contents only (No gaming)...
Thanks

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Anirudh,

I would say Panasonic would be equally good as compared to LG. I think Panasonic TH-49DS630D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2e7iYCp , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/eW5c6!NNNN ) is the best model that you can get in your budget. Otherwise you can look at this:

LG 49LH600T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eq1YaW ,Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/6xbFq!NNNN )
Samsung 49K5100 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rDMlnw , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/o9EvfTuuuN )

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Dear Abhishek...Thanks for the advice...Based on your advice i ordered LG 49LH600T but flipkart doesnt deliver so finally got the Panasonic TH-49DS630D....Amazing TV...thanks again as it was not in my radar when i started scouting for TV

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Thank you abhishek
Just one more clarification please..what is the difference between LG 49LH576T and LG 49LH600T (the price difference is 10K)

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

600T has the latest Web OS 3.0 which has a Content Store, it also has Time Machine to record and play content (you do not need a DTH connection with DVR features), it also has a magic remote which has gesture and voice control. The other details regarding refresh rate, etc are not mentioned by LG on both the models. So I would assume that refresh rate is basic and the same for both the models.

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Hi Abhishek, I find your inputs and informations are very useful for common people. Thanks for the details.

I want to buy a LED TV. My budget is ₹15000 (±1000). I'll be the only viewer most of the time.
Suggest me a good one at this price

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You can look at any of these:

Vu 32K160MREVD (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/aBz64TuuuN )
Micromax 32IPS900HDi (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/aB9P6TuuuN )
Micromax 32T7260HDI (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/aNjJfTuuuN )

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Thanks Abhishek ji for the suggestions.
Can you give me more options in terms of better technical specifications..for example...full HD, refresh rate and audio quality. I prefer quality to the screen size.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

In that case you will have to check these:

Philips 24PFL4571/V7
Philips 22PFL3951/V7
Philips 24PFL3951/V7

These are Full HD with faster refresh rate.

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Hi Abhishek..
As per your suggestions I was looking for Philips PFL4571 LED TV..but this particular model number is not available in the retail market, rather some have PFL3951 models and some retailers suggesting Sony P41D/P42D. I'm in confuse. I don't prefer to buy online.
Shall I go with Philips PFL3951 (was the second model you suggested me) or any other brands or model? Pls suggest me
Regards

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

In sony and samsung, you will get smaller TVs. You can look at these:

Samsung 24K4100
Samsung 24H4003
Samsung 24J4100
Sony KLV-24P413D
Sony KLV-24P423D

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Thank you Abhishek ji
Your suggestions made me lighter.
I may go with Philips.
Thanks once again.

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I have purchased SonyW95D 43 inches TV can you tell normal SD cable is ok or i should go for HD cable?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

It will be better if you go for HD Cable.

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Hello Abhishek,
Really nice information.
Can you help me with best options for a 50inch smart LED TV ?

Thanks in advance.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

If you are looking for Full HD then you can look at these:

Sony KDL-50W800D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eBxV0j , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/eEhN4!NNNN )
Samsung 49K6300 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2e3yOfK , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/eWLcd!NNNN )
LG 49LF6300 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eqdwLx , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/R~KU9!NNNN )

If you want UHD then you can look at these:

Sony KD-49X8300D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eBvHxI , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/e6rRd!NNNN )
Samsung 49KU6570 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2laqQWf , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/exSyR!NNNN )
LG 49UF850T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eOEYVZ , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/5fWrxTuuuN )

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Thanks for the useful information. I will have a look at these options, till then can you also suggest me best options for 55 inches too ?

Thanks

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

In UHD:
Sony KD-55X9350D
Samsung 55KS9000
LG 55UF950T

In Full HD:
Sony KDL-55W800D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2qgZRxX )
Samsung 55K6300
LG 55LF6300 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eOJFPf )

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Suggest some Sony or LG TV model in the price range of Rs 60-70k

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

If you are looking only between Sony and LG then I would suggest that you look at LG 49LF6300 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eqdwLx , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/R~KU9!NNNN ) or LG 49LF6310 (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/eEqDf!NNNN ) .... any of these two would be fantastic.

In Sony KLV-48W562D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eBArn6" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://amzn.to/2eBArn6 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/59P!0TuuuN" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://fkrt.it/59P!0TuuuN ) would be good .... but if you want to watch fast action sports or videogames, the LG models mentioned above would be better.

If you are looking for smaller size then these TVs would also be fantastic: LG 43UF770T (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2e3zul5 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/eWVJ6!NNNN ) or Sony KDL-43W950D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2suD7Za , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/MJ4an!NNNN ) .... these are great TVs.

If you plan to do normal TV watching (no fast action sports or video games) then you can look at these:

In Sony: Sony KLV-48W562D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eBArn6" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://amzn.to/2eBArn6 , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/59P!0TuuuN" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://fkrt.it/59P!0TuuuN )
In LG:

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I want to purchase a decent 50"TV with latest features,budget Rs 60k-70k.Kindly suggest.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You may check these:

Samsung 50J5570 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rqspUX )
Philips 50PFL5059/V7
Panasonic TH-55C300DX (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eeSP8n )

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Hi Abhishek,
Thank You for the great write-up, really helpful. I am looking for a Full HD (Smart/Non-Smart) TV under 35K. Unfortunately, I could not select any one from the above mentioned TVs as I am looking for at least 2 HDMI ports with one of them located on side for ease of access post wall mount. Considering this I shortlisted Onida 42FIE, would like to know your opinion on it, before making a decision.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Anand,

It is not usually mentioned in the specifications if the ports are on the rear or front. However, my guess is that if the number of HDMI ports are mode, then most likely there will be a few on the side as well. However, although it is difficult to put a HDMI port behind the TV once it is wall mounted, but then it is not impossible. Well leaving that aside, you can check Philips 40PFL5670/V7. As per the specs it has 4 HDMI ports. And it has good specifications in general.

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Thank you for the suggestion. Yes most of them have not specified whether HDMI is in rear or front, could find only Onida with front/side HDMI and some LG models but they were >35K.

Can't seem to find the mentioned Philips TV on any of the e-commerce websites (either sold out or not available). The connectivity options for it are very good. Please can you suggest some more similar options (with good connectivity options: HDMI, USB, Audio out, Headphone etc). Also, please let me know when you get a chance about Onida 42FIE.

Thanks,
Anand

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Anand,

The specs of Onida 42FIE are normal and there is nothing in it that is too glaringly good or bad. Onida has a decent picture engine. This model has 60 Hz refresh rate which is normal. Sound output is also 16W RMS (which is decent). For normal content, this TV should be good enough. Although I think the Philips TV I mentioned would be better.

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Please can you suggest non-smart TVs in 40-43' screen size. Which one would better Sony KLV 40R352D or LG 43LH547A?

Thanks,
Anand

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

There is not much difference in specs of most Sony, Samsung and LG TVs of this size that are not SMART. In general Sony has better picture engine. So I think Sony KLV 40R352D would be better.

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Sorry, forgot to mention, I am looking at screen size 40-43' for <35K.

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Dear Sir,
Thank you very much for your answer. how much life span of LED in hours approx? i try to found it in all television company website but no one can figure for it.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Usually light of LED TVs is expected to be between 60000-100000 hrs.

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i have finalised three models..sony w672e, panasonic es630d and samsung k5570. my budget is around 50k...size shud b 40-43inch. .. kindly help me in selecting the best one....

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Nagaraj,

The best that I could find in your budget is Samsung 40K6300 (Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/5z~nXTuuuN ) .... This will be much better than any of the ones you have listed. The next best would be Panasonic TH-43DS630D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eqLIEW , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/eWCi~!NNNN ) and then you can also check LG 43LF6300 (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eOvMAN , Flipkart Link: http://fkrt.it/5HEMpTuuuN ) .... The sony model you have selected is decent (with X-Reality Pro), but then its refresh rate is not very high. So the fast moving action scenes would look better in the Samsung model I have suggested.

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tanq so much fa ur reply... i ll check it out.. i ll wait fa panasonic es630d new model and i heard that now a days sony tvs r not so gud ..is it true so that i can wait for panasonic or els i ll buy this sony....i need a reliable one..one small doubt..is d tv can be wall mounted with the help of cardboard wood...

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Sony is still the best bet as far as picture quality is concerned. Samsung is the closest to Sony. LG and Panasonic are also good. You can certainly mount TV on the wall with the help of a wooden box. It should be strong enough to hold the TV.

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sterda checked the models in showroom that u said in prev reply... samsung k6300 is a curved display..it was gud but i think it ll luk perfect ly if v r placed in centre seat... and the lg luks gud but d display is not so bright...noticed that all the lg tvs r missing d brightness.. y is it so... and only panasonic model luked brilliant...i ve checked another tv sony w752 and w800d....both stunning...w752 luks cheaper than w800d...confused bcoz of deciding with price and android... is it preferable to go fa either w752 or w800d...or i ll go with w672e(luks gud) bcoz of less price i can save....

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

W752D has normal refresh rate but W800D is fantastic. But with 800D (Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2eBvESF , Flipkart link: http://fkrt.it/eW!!d!NNNN ) you will almost be overbudget by 10K. W752D and W672E would not have android. The benefit of android is good play store for more apps. If you plan to use the TV mostly for regular TV watching then you do not need fast refresh rate and in that case W752D or W672E both will be good. In fact W672E has HDR which will make pictures look stunning. I think you should go with W672E.

As for LG model, a lot depends on how the model is displayed in the shop and in which mode is it on. LG has energy saver mode where the TV becomes less brighter depending on the ambient light. If it is on, then it will look less bright. However, in comparison to Sony and Samsung, I would say LG does not have as good picture quality as two of them (with similar specs).

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Again visited and checked d w800d and w672e... Locked on with w800d... Is my selection is correct... Little confused bcoz W800d is old model or shud I go with w672e bcoz f it's a new model... Pls help

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Nagaraj,

W800D is far better in terms of technology than W672E. I think W800D is a fantastic choice.

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tanq so much fa your kind help...finally booked w800d....once again tanq...

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Dear Sir,
Thank you very much for your all answer. you provide us all very depth knowledge and information regarding television and it's technology. few days ago you provide good knowledge about X-REALITY PRO.I have some more query regarding this technology. suppose sir if a man wearing black shirt and with black back ground than how effect of this technology? or Samsung provide quantum dot technology from both which is best. Sony company not mentioned any where in their specification about contrast ratio? but Sony just write dynamic contrast enhancer. so contrast ratio is necessary for TV? if yes than how much contrast ratio is very best for TV.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Sudip,

Premium brands like Sony, Samsung, LG etc use dynamic contrast. It is done in such a way that even if a man is wearing black shirt and the background is black, one should be able to distinguish the background. The picture engine does that. As for X-Reality Pro vs Quantum dot, I think X Reality Pro + Triluminous Display should be compared with Quantum dot. These are proprietary picture technologies by these brands to make picture much more clear and vibrant.

Contrast ratio is necessary to be checked if it is fixed (which is the case with many brands).

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Nice info

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