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Top Ten LED Televisions in India by Price in 2017

By on January 20, 2017
Hindi Translation: भारत में टीवी - शीर्ष ब्रांड, मॉडल, प्रौद्योगिकी रुझान, कीमतों और बिजली की खपत

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.

Please note: as providing power consumption value is not a mandatory requirement by BEE (or Bureau or Energy Efficiency), we could not get this data for all the brands and models available in India. The analysis below is of data collected from websites of top Television brands in India.

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 Size 576 resolution 720p 1080p
32-inch 8′ feet 6′ 4′
37-inch 10′ 7′ 4.5′
40-inch 10.5′ 8′ 5′
42-inch 11′ 8′ 5.5′
46-inch 12′ 9′ 6′
50-inch 13′ 10′ 6.5′
55-inch 15′ 11.5′ 7.5′
65-inch 17′ 13′ 8.5′

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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 categorise 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”.

Best Ten Televisions in India

Based on our data collection and understanding of various brands and technology, we have 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.

Click for TVs less than Rs 20,000

RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice
1 Vu LED40D6575

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40 Full HD No No 8 + 8 Watt Audio 19,989
2 Vu LED32D6475

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32 HD Ready No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz 6 + 6 Watt Audio 17,999
3 Samsung UA32FH4003RMXL

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32 HD Ready No No 100 5W x 2 18,499
4 Panasonic TH-32D400D

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32 HD Ready No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 15,989
5 Onida LEO32HIN

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32 HD Ready No Yes 8 W + 8 W @ 10% THD 19,489
6 Vu LED32D6545

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32 Full HD No No 8 + 8 Watt Audio 16,989
7 Panasonic TH-32C400D

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32 HD Ready No No 100 Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 19,299
8 LG 32LF550A

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32 HD Ready No No 300 10W 19,300
9 Sony KLV-22P413D

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22 HD Ready No No Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 11,990
10 Philips 24PFL4571/V7 24 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 15,500


Click for TVs between Rs 20,000 and Rs 30,000

RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice
1 Videocon VJU40FH18XAH

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40 Full HD No Yes 2X10 W 28,299
2 Vu LED43D6535

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43 Full HD No No 8+ 8 Watt Audio 23,899
3 Onida LEO43FB

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43 Full HD No No 8W + 8W @ 10% THD 30,000
4 Panasonic TH-40D400D

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40 Full HD No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 28,199
5 Philips 40PFL3750/V7

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40 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 27,199
6 Sony KLV-32W562D

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32 Full HD No Yes Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (8W x2 + 14W Audio Power Output) 29,999
7 Panasonic TH-32DS500D

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32 HD Ready No Yes 400Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 23,445
8 LG 32LF581B

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32 HD Ready No Yes 400 20W 28,700
9 Sony KLV-32W512D

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32 HD Ready No Yes Motionflow XR 200 Hz Audio power output (8 W x 2 + 14 W Audio Power Output) 26,999
10 LG 32LF595B

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32 HD Ready No Yes 400 10W 27,790


Click for TVs between Rs 30,000 and Rs 40,000

RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice
1 Vu LED40K16 UHD

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40 Ultra HD No Yes Ultra Smooth Motion Rate 7 + 7 Watt Audio 38,900
2 Panasonic TH-40DS500D

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40 Full HD No Yes 400Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 34,498
3 Vu LEDH50K311

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50 Full HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz 10 + 10 Watt Audio 39,989
4 Philips 43PUT7791/V7

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43 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 39,989
5 Sansui SNA43QX0ZSA

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43 Ultra HD No Yes 16W 37,990
6 LG 32LF6300

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32 Full HD No Yes 450 10W 34,200
7 Panasonic TH-43D450D

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43 Full HD No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 32,899
8 Vu 49S6575

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49 Full HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz 8 + 8 Watt Audio 37,489
9 Samsung UA43J5100ARLXL

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43 Full HD No No 100 20 watts (L:10 watts , R:10 watts) 35,000
10 Sansui SMN42QH0ZSA

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42 Ultra HD No No 20W 39,600


Click for TVs between Rs 40,000 and Rs 50,000

RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice
1 LG 43UF640T

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43 Ultra HD No Yes 900 20W 49,900
2 LG 40UF672T

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40 Ultra HD No No 850 20W 49,890
3 Vu LEDN50K310X3D

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50 Ultra HD No Yes Ultra Smooth Motion Rate 10 + 10 Watt Audio 46,989
4 Panasonic TH-43DS630D

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43 Full HD No Yes 400Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 45,000
5 Vu LED55K160GAU

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55 Full HD No No 10 + 10 Watt Audio 46,900
6 Sony KLV-40W562D

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40 Full HD No Yes Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (8W x2 + 14W Audio Power Output) 43,499
7 Sansui SNA50QX0ZSA

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50 Ultra HD No Yes 16W 49,990
8 LG 43LF6300

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43 Full HD No Yes 450 20W 45,400
9 Samsung UA40J6300AKLXL

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40 Full HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 49,900
10 Panasonic TH-49D450D

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49 Full HD No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 49,989


Click for TVs between Rs 50,000 and Rs 60,000

RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice
1 Samsung UA43KU6000KMXL

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43 Ultra HD No Yes 1300 20 watts 51,990
2 LG 43UH750T

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43 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 58,500
3 Sony KDL-43W800D

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43 Full HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 56,490
4 LG 42LF6500

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42 Full HD Yes Yes 550 20W 50,299
5 Panasonic TH-49DS630D

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49 Full HD No Yes 400Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 55,989
6 Samsung UA40K6300AKLXL

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40 Full HD No Yes 800 20 watts 53,000
7 Sony KLV-48W562D

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48 Full HD No Yes Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (8W x2 + 14W Audio Power Output) 59,899
8 Philips 55PFL5059/V7

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55 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 53,450
9 Philips 43PUT7690/V7 43 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 57,400
10 LG 49LH576T

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49 Full HD No Yes 20W 51,700


Click for TVs between Rs 60,000 and Rs 80,000

RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice
1 Sony KD-43X8300D

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43 Ultra HD No Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10 W x2 Audio Power Output) 77,400
2 Samsung UA43KU6470UMXL

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43 Ultra HD No Yes 1500 20 watts 67,976
3 LG 43UF770T

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43 Ultra HD No Yes 1400 20W 63,400
4 Vu LTDN55XT780XWAU3D

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55 Ultra HD No Yes 10 + 10 Watt Audio 69,989
5 Sony KDL-50W800D

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50 Full HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 79,000
6 Samsung UA49K6300AKLXL

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49 Full HD No Yes 800 20 watts 75,000
7 LG 49LF6310

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49 Full HD No Yes 900 20W 71,000
8 Toshiba L2400-55 55 Full HD No No AMR 200 20W Audio 78,999
9 Philips 49PUT7791/V7 49 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 76,400
10 Panasonic TH-42AS670D 42 Full HD Yes Yes 1200 Hz BLS IFC 20 W (10 + 10) 78,892


Click for TVs above Rs 80,000

RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice
1 Sony KD-49X8300D

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49 Ultra HD No Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10 W x2 Audio Power Output) 115,990
2 Panasonic TH-55CX700D

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55 Ultra HD Yes Yes 4K 800 Hz BMR IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 139,000
3 Samsung UA49KU6570ULXL

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49 Ultra HD No Yes 1600 20 W 117,520
4 Panasonic TH-49CX700D 49 Ultra HD Yes Yes 4K 800 Hz BMR IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 102,450
5 LG 49UF850T

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49 Ultra HD Yes Yes 1500 20W 97,217
6 LG 55UF770T

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55 Ultra HD No Yes 1400 20W 138,999
7 Samsung UA50KU6000KMXL

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50 Ultra HD No Yes 1300 20 watts 99,900
8 LG 49UF770T

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49 Ultra HD No Yes 1400 20W 101,286
9 Philips 50PUT8509/98 50 Ultra HD Yes Yes 400Hz PMR Ultra 20W 132,999
10 Vu LTDN65XT800XWAU3D

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65 Ultra HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 800 15 + 15 Watt Audio 128,999


List of All TVs in India

RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice
LG 20LH460A-PT 20 HD Ready No No 10W 0
LG 24LH480A-PT 24 HD Ready No No 20W 0
LG 55UH617T 55 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 0
Onida 32HIE 32 HD Ready No Yes 8 W +8 W @ 10% THD 0
Onida 32HNE 32 HD Ready No No 9W + 9W @ 10% THD 0
Onida 40HNE 40 HD Ready No No 9W +9W @ 10% THD 0
Onida 43FNE 43 Full HD No No 9 W + 9 W @ 10% THD 0
Onida 50 FKY 50 Full HD No No 10W +10 W (Front) +25W (Woofer) 0
Onida 55UIB 55 Ultra HD No Yes 8W +8W @ 10% THD 0
Onida LEO24HB 24 HD Ready No No 5W +5W @ 10% THD 0
Onida LEO32HB 32 HD Ready No No 8W + 8W @ 10% THD 0
Onida LEO40FIAV1 40 Full HD No Yes 7 W + 7 W @ 10% THD 0
Onida LEO40FKY 40 Full HD No No Front : 10+10W, Woofer : 15+15W 0
Panasonic TH-22D400D 22 Full HD No No 100 Hz 2*3w 0
Panasonic TH-28D400D 28 HD Ready No No 100 Hz 2*5W 0
Panasonic TH-40DX650D 40 Ultra HD No Yes 1000 Hz BMR 4K IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 0
Panasonic TH-49DX650D 49 Ultra HD No Yes 200 Hz BMR 4K IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 0
Philips 39PFL6470/V7 39 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 0
Philips 42PUT7590/V7 42 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 0
Philips 43PUT7391/V7 43 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 0
Philips 49PUT7391/V7 49 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 0
Philips 50PFL6670/V7 50 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 0
Philips 50PFL6870/V7 50 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 0
Samsung UA24K4100ARLXL 24 HD Ready No No 10 W 0
Samsung UA40K5100ARLXL 40 Full HD No No 200 10 watts + 10 watts 0
Samsung UA43KU6570ULXL 43 Ultra HD No Yes 1600 20 watts 0
Samsung UA49K5300ARMXL 49 Full HD No Yes 300 10 watts + 10 watts 0
Samsung UA65KU6470UMXL 65 Ultra HD No Yes 1500 20 watts 0
Samsung UA78KS9000KXXL 78 Ultra HD No Yes 2400 60 watts 0
Samsung UA78KU6570UXXL 78 Ultra HD No Yes 1600 20 W 0
Samsung UA85S9ARXXL 85 Ultra HD No No 1000 120 watts (20 watts x 2, Woofer 20 watts x 2, Centre 40 watts) 0
Samsung UA88KS9800KXXL 88 Ultra HD No Yes 2600 70 watts (L: 20 watts, R: 20 watts, Woofer: 15 watts x 2) 0
Sansui SJV24HH02F 24 HD Ready No No 2x8W 0
Sony KD-65Z9D 65 Ultra HD Yes No Motionflow XR 1200 Hz (native 100 Hz) 10 W+10 W Audio Power Output 0
Sony KD-75X9400D 75 Ultra HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800Hz Audio power output (7.5W x4 Audio Power Output) 0
Toshiba L2300-50 50 Full HD No No AMR 100 Hz 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PA200-24 24 Full HD No No 10W Audio 0
Toshiba PB1-32 32 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PB200-23 23 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PB200-32 32 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PB21-24 24 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PS20-32 32 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PS20-46 46 Full HD No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PS200-40 40 Full HD No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PU200-23 23 Full HD No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PU200-32 32 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PU200-40 40 Full HD No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Toshiba PX200-32 32 HD Ready No Yes Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 0
Videocon IVC24F2-A 24 Full HD No No 2 X 8W 0
Videocon IVC32F2-A 32 HD Ready No No 2x8W 0
Videocon VJU20HH02F 20 HD Ready No No 2x8W 0
Videocon VJU32HH02F 32 HD Ready No No 2x10W 0
Videocon VJY16HH06M 16 HD Ready No No 2 X 8 W 0
Videocon VJY20HH07F 20 HD Ready No No 2x10W 0
Videocon VJY24FH07F 24 Full HD No No 2x10W 0
Videocon VKX40FH11FAH 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 0
Videocon VMA20HH02FA 20 HD Ready No No 2x8W 0
Videocon VMD32HH0Z 32 HD Ready No No 2x8W 0
Videocon VNB43Q519SA 43 Ultra HD Yes Yes 2×10W rms (±2W) 0
Videocon VNB50Q519SA 50 Ultra HD Yes Yes 2×10W rms (±2W) 0
Videocon VNB55Q519SA 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes 2×10W rms (±2W) 0
Vu T43D1510 43 Full HD No No 8 + 8 Watt Audio 0
Vu T60D1680 60 Ultra HD No Yes 10 + 10 Watt Audio 0
1 Vu LED40D6575 40 Full HD No No 8 + 8 Watt Audio 19,989
2 Vu LED32D6475 32 HD Ready No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz 6 + 6 Watt Audio 17,999
3 Samsung UA32FH4003RMXL 32 HD Ready No No 100 5W x 2 18,499
4 Panasonic TH-32D400D 32 HD Ready No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 15,989
5 Onida LEO32HIN 32 HD Ready No Yes 8 W + 8 W @ 10% THD 19,489
6 Vu LED32D6545 32 Full HD No No 8 + 8 Watt Audio 16,989
7 Panasonic TH-32C400D 32 HD Ready No No 100 Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 19,299
8 LG 32LF550A 32 HD Ready No No 300 10W 19,300
9 Sony KLV-22P413D 22 HD Ready No No Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 11,990
10 Philips 24PFL4571/V7 24 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 15,500
Sansui SJX32HB02CAF 32 HD Ready No No 2x8W( Bazoomba) 16,490
Philips 24PFL3159/V7 24 Full HD No No 120Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 10,499
Panasonic TH-32C200DX 32 HD Ready No No 100 Hz 2 x 8 W 17,879
Sansui SKJ20HH07F 20 HD Ready No No 2x10 W 8,600
Philips 20PFL3439/V7 20 HD Ready No No 120Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 8,959
Vu LED 24 JL3 24 HD Ready No No 5 + 5 Watt Audio 8,989
Panasonic TH-19C400DX 19 HD Ready No No 2* 3 W 8,990
Videocon IVC22F02A 22 HD Ready No No 2 X 8W 8,990
Sansui SJX20HB02F 20 HD Ready No No 2x8 W 9,000
LG 20LF430A 20 HD Ready No No 300 10W 9,299
Sansui SJX22FB02CAF 22 HD Ready No No 2x8 W 9,357
Vu LED24D2100 24 Full HD No No 5 + 5 Watt Audio 9,399
Sansui SJV22FH07FA 22 Full HD No No 2x8W 9,500
Vu LED 24E6545 24 Full HD No No 5 + 5 Watt Audio 9,899
Panasonic TH-22C400DX 22 Full HD No No 2* 3 W 9,900
Toshiba PA200-19 19 HD Ready No No 10W Audio 9,999
Toshiba S2400-19 19 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 10W Audio 9,999
Sansui SKN20HH07F 20 HD Ready No No 2x10 W 10,379
Videocon IVC20F2-A 20 HD Ready No No 2 X 8W 10,400
LG 20LF460A 20 HD Ready No No 300 10W 10,500
Videocon VMA22FH02CAW 22 HD Ready No No 2x8W 10,600
LG 22LF460A 22 Full HD No No 300 10W 10,725
Onida LEO24HRD 24 HD Ready No No 20 W ( 10W X 2 ) 10,799
Panasonic TH-24D400D 24 HD Ready No No 100 Hz 2*3w 10,800
LG 22LH454A-PT 22 Full HD No No 10W 11,100
LG 24LH452A 24 HD Ready No No 10W 11,200
Samsung UA23H4003ARLXL 23 HD Ready No No 100 3W x 2 11,300
LG 24LH454A 24 HD Ready No No 10W 11,380
LG 22LH458A-CT 22 Full HD No No 10W 11,482
Videocon VJU22FH02F 22 Full HD No No 2x8W Bazoomba 11,489
Sansui SJX24FB02CAF 24 Full HD No No 2x8 W (Bazoomba) 11,500
LG 24LF454A 24 HD Ready No No 300 10W 11,568
LG 22LF480A 22 Full HD No No 300 20W 11,600
LG 24LH458A 24 HD Ready No No 10W 11,745
Sansui SJV24FH02F 24 Full HD No No 2x8 W 11,750
LG 22LF454A 22 HD Ready No No 300 10W 11,790
Samsung UA22F5100ARLXL 22 Full HD No No 100 3.0 watts x 2 11,899
Samsung UA24H4003ARLXL 24 HD Ready No No 100 3W x 2 11,900
LG 24LF452A 24 HD Ready No No 300 10W 12,000
Onida LEO24HRB 24 HD Ready No No 20 W ( 10W X 2 ) 12,299
Panasonic TH-24C400DX 24 HD Ready No No 2* 3 W 12,299
Vu LED32K160M Rev:D 32 HD Ready No No 6 + 6 Watt Audio 12,489
Sansui SKJ24FH07F 24 Full HD No No 2x10 W 12,599
Toshiba P1300-24 24 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 16W Audio 12,799
Toshiba S2400-23 23 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 10W Audio 12,800
LG 22LF430A 22 Full HD No No 300 10W 12,900
Philips 22PFL3951/V7 22 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 12,900
Videocon VJW24FH12CAH 24 Full HD No No 2X10 W 12,900
Samsung UA24J4100ARMXL 24 HD Ready No No 100 10 watts 12,990
Toshiba PB2-24 24 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 12,999
Sony KLV-24P413D 24 HD Ready No No Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 13,079
Sansui SMJ28HH07FA 28 HD Ready No No 2x10W 13,399
LG 24LF430A 24 HD Ready No No 300 10W 13,900
LG 24LF515A 24 HD Ready No No 300 10W 13,900
LG 24LF458A 24 HD Ready No No 300 10W 14,299
Philips 24PFL3951/V7 24 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 14,400
Sansui SKN24FH07F 24 HD Ready No No 2X10 W 14,490
Panasonic TH-28C400DX 28 HD Ready No No 100 Hz 2 x 5 W 14,699
Sony KLV-24P423D 24 HD Ready No No Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 14,960
Samsung UA32J4003ARLXL 32 HD Ready No No 100 10W(5W+5W) 14,990
Sansui SJV32HH02FA 32 HD Ready No No 2x8W 15,899
Panasonic TH-32C350DX 32 HD Ready No No 100 Hz 2 x 8 W 15,989
Sansui SJX32HB02CAW 32 HD Ready No No 2x8 W (Bazoomba) 15,990
Toshiba P2305-24 24 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 20W Audio 15,990
LG 28LH454A 28 HD Ready No No 10W 15,999
Toshiba PB200-29 29 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 16,488
Onida LEO32HA 32 HD Ready No No 8W + 8W @ 10% THD 16,490
LG 32LH512A 32 HD Ready No No 6W 16,499
LG 28LF505A 28 HD Ready No No 300 10W 16,599
Videocon VJU32HH02CAH 32 HD Ready No No 2x10W 16,599
LG 28LF452A 28 HD Ready No No 300 10W 17,000
LG 32LH516A 32 HD Ready No No 20W 17,489
LG 32LH517A 32 HD Ready No No 20W 17,499
Videocon VMR32HH12XAH 32 HD Ready No No 2X10 W 17,499
Videocon VKA32HX08C 32 HD Ready No No 2x10W 17,564
Toshiba P1300-29 29 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 16W Audio 17,999
Videocon VMA32HH02CAW 32 HD Ready No No 2x10W 17,999
Samsung UA32J4100ARLXL 32 HD Ready No No 100 20 watts 18,370
Videocon VMR32HH02CAH 32 HD Ready No No 2x10W 18,450
Videocon VMA32HH02CAH 32 HD Ready No No 2x10W 18,490
Toshiba P1400-32 32 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 16W Audio 18,500
Toshiba PB2-32 32 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 18,599
Toshiba PB21-32 32 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 18,599
Toshiba PU200-29 29 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 18,888
Onida LEO32HRZS 32 HD Ready No No 20 W ( 5W X 4) + 30W(15W X 2) 18,990
Philips 32PFL5039/V7 32 HD Ready No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 18,995
LG 32LH564A 32 HD Ready No No 20W 18,999
Philips 32PFL6370/V7 32 HD Ready No No 120Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 19,299
LG 32LH518A 32 HD Ready No No 20W 19,650
Philips 32PFL5270/V7 32 HD Ready No No 120Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 19,699
Videocon VMA32HH12XAH 32 HD Ready No No 2X10 W 19,721
LG 32LF513A 32 HD Ready No No 300 10W 19,864
Samsung UA28J4100ARLXL 28 HD Ready No No 100 10 watts 19,894
LG 32LF505A 32 HD Ready No No 300 20W 19,899
LG 28LF515A 28 HD Ready No No 300 10W 19,900
Vu LED32S7545 32 HD Ready No Yes 8 + 8 Watt Audio 19,989
Panasonic TH-32C401D 32 HD Ready No No 100 Hz BMR 16 W (8 W x 2) 19,990
Toshiba P2400-32 32 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 16W Audio 19,999
Sony KLV-29P423D 29 HD Ready No No Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 20,000
1 Videocon VJU40FH18XAH 40 Full HD No Yes 2X10 W 28,299
2 Vu LED43D6535 43 Full HD No No 8+ 8 Watt Audio 23,899
3 Onida LEO43FB 43 Full HD No No 8W + 8W @ 10% THD 30,000
4 Panasonic TH-40D400D 40 Full HD No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 28,199
5 Philips 40PFL3750/V7 40 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 27,199
6 Sony KLV-32W562D 32 Full HD No Yes Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (8W x2 + 14W Audio Power Output) 29,999
7 Panasonic TH-32DS500D 32 HD Ready No Yes 400Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 23,445
8 LG 32LF581B 32 HD Ready No Yes 400 20W 28,700
9 Sony KLV-32W512D 32 HD Ready No Yes Motionflow XR 200 Hz Audio power output (8 W x 2 + 14 W Audio Power Output) 26,999
10 LG 32LF595B 32 HD Ready No Yes 400 10W 27,790
Sony KLV-29P423D 29 HD Ready No No Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 20,000
Panasonic TH-32D450D 32 HD Ready No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 20,300
Videocon VJU32HH12XAH 32 HD Ready No No 2X10 W 20,500
LG 32LH520D 32 HD Ready No No 20W 20,599
LG 32LH562A 32 HD Ready No No 20W 20,685
LG 32LF553A 32 HD Ready No No 300 20W 20,768
LG 32LF554A 32 HD Ready No No 300 20W 20,800
Toshiba P2305-32 32 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 20W Audio 20,999
Panasonic TH-32C460DX 32 Full HD No No 2* 7 W 21,490
Videocon VMA32HH18XAH 32 HD Ready No Yes 2X10 W 21,599
LG 32LF561D 32 HD Ready No No 300 20W 21,900
Philips 32PFL3931/V7 32 HD Ready No No 120Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 21,900
Toshiba L2400-32 32 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 16W Audio 21,999
LG 32LH505A 32 HD Ready No No 20W 22,180
Sony KLV-32R302D 32 HD Ready No No Motionflow XR 100Hz Audio power output (5W x2 Audio Power Output) 22,490
LG 32LF565B 32 HD Ready No No 300 60W 22,799
Videocon VMR32HH18XAH 32 HD Ready No Yes 2X10 W 22,899
Panasonic TH-32CS510D 32 HD Ready No Yes 100 Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 22,900
LG 32LH576D 32 HD Ready No No 20W 22,989
Vu 43D6575 43 Full HD No No 7 + 7 Watt Audio 22,989
Onida LEO40FBV 40 Full HD No No 7 W + 7 W @ 10% THD 22,990
LG 32LF515A 32 HD Ready No No 300 20W 23,190
Samsung UA32K4000ARLXL 32 HD Ready No No 100 10 W + 10 W 23,200
Videocon IVE40F21A 40 HD Ready No No 2x10W 23,690
Philips 32PFL4231/V7 32 HD Ready No No 120Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 23,800
Videocon VJU32HH18XAH 32 HD Ready No Yes 2X10 W 24,000
Panasonic TH-L32SV7D 32 HD Ready No No 100 Hz BMR 40 W (10 W x 4) 24,100
Samsung UA32J5100ARLXL 32 Full HD No No 100 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 24,500
Samsung UA40J5100ARLXL 40 Full HD No No 100 20 W (L: 10 W, R: 10 W) 24,990
Sony KLV-32R412D 32 HD Ready No No Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (8W x2 + 14W Audio Power Output) 24,999
Toshiba P2305-29 29 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 20W Audio 25,000
Samsung UA32H4140ARMXL 32 HD Ready No No 100 10 watts x 2 25,407
Videocon VJU40FH11CAH 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 25,600
Videocon VMD40FH0Z 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 25,890
Panasonic TH-32C470DX 32 Full HD No No 2* 7 W 25,989
Philips 40PFL5059/V7 40 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 25,990
Sansui SKY40FB11FA 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 26,000
LG 32LH602D 32 HD Ready No Yes 20W 26,400
Samsung UA32H4100ARLXL 32 HD Ready No No 100 Hz 10W x 2 26,999
Sansui SJX40FB11XAF 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 27,000
Videocon VMA40FH11CAH 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 27,299
Toshiba PT200-32 32 Full HD No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 28,000
Samsung UA32K4300ARLXL 32 HD Ready No Yes 100 10 watts + 10 watts 28,060
Videocon VMR40FH17XAH 40 Full HD No No 2X10 W 28,299
Samsung UA32J4300ARLXL 32 HD Ready No Yes 100 Hz 20 watts 28,300
Sansui SKW40FH11XA 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 28,599
Philips 39PFL5470/V7 39 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 28,899
Panasonic TH-40C200DX 40 Full HD No No 2* 8 W 29,351
LG 32LH604T 32 Full HD No Yes 20W 29,499
Sansui SJX40HB21CAF 40 HD Ready No No 2x10W 29,500
Videocon VKV40FH11CAH 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 29,500
Videocon VMA40FH17XAH 40 Full HD No No 2X10 W 29,660
Samsung UA32K5100ARLXL 32 Full HD No No 200 10 W + 10 W 29,890
Videocon VKV40FH17XAH 40 Full HD No No 2X10 W 29,990
1 Vu LED40K16 UHD 40 Ultra HD No Yes Ultra Smooth Motion Rate 7 + 7 Watt Audio 38,900
2 Panasonic TH-40DS500D 40 Full HD No Yes 400Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 34,498
3 Vu LEDH50K311 50 Full HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz 10 + 10 Watt Audio 39,989
4 Philips 43PUT7791/V7 43 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 39,989
5 Sansui SNA43QX0ZSA 43 Ultra HD No Yes 16W 37,990
6 LG 32LF6300 32 Full HD No Yes 450 10W 34,200
7 Panasonic TH-43D450D 43 Full HD No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 32,899
8 Vu 49S6575 49 Full HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz 8 + 8 Watt Audio 37,489
9 Samsung UA43J5100ARLXL 43 Full HD No No 100 20 watts (L:10 watts , R:10 watts) 35,000
10 Sansui SMN42QH0ZSA 42 Ultra HD No No 20W 39,600
Sony KLV-40R352D 40 HD Ready No No Motionflow XR 100Hz Audio power output (5W x2 Audio Power Output) 39,999
Videocon VJU32HH08CAM 32 HD Ready No Yes 2x10W 39,900
Onida LEO40KYFAIN 40 Full HD No Yes Front : 10+10W, Woofer : 25W 39,490
Samsung UA32J5570AULXL 32 Full HD No Yes 100 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 38,900
Videocon VJU40FH11XAM 40 Full HD No Yes 2x10W 38,899
Videocon VMD50FH0Z 50 Full HD No No 2x10W 37,340
LG 42LF553A 42 Full HD No No 300 20W 37,299
LG 43LH576T 43 Full HD No Yes 20W 36,989
Samsung UA40H4250ARLXL 40 HD Ready No Yes 100 10 W x 2 36,980
LG 43LF513A 43 Full HD No No 300 10W 36,300
Samsung UA32J6300AKLXL 32 Full HD No Yes 200 20 watts 35,900
Philips 39PFL3951/V7 39 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 35,800
Philips 39PFL4451/V7 39 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 35,800
Onida LEO43FAIN 43 Full HD No Yes 8 W + 8 W @ 10% THD 35,700
Samsung UA32K5570AULXL 32 Full HD No Yes 400 20 watts 35,599
LG 43LH520T 43 Full HD No No 20W 35,500
Onida LEO43FIAB2 43 Full HD No Yes 8W + 8W @ 10% THD 35,500
Toshiba L5400-32 32 HD Ready No Yes AMR 100 Hz 20W Audio 35,499
Sansui SKY48FB11FA 48 Full HD No No 2x10W 35,460
Samsung UA40H4240ARLXL 40 HD Ready No No 100 10 watts x 2 35,339
Samsung UA32K5300ARLXL 32 Full HD No Yes 300 10 W + 10 W 34,800
Philips 40PFL5670/V7 40 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 34,499
Toshiba P2305-39 39 Full HD No No AMR 100 Hz 20W Audio 33,999
Toshiba PS200-32 32 HD Ready No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 33,990
Philips 39PFL6570/V7 39 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 33,900
Vu 49D6575 49 Full HD No No 8 + 8 Watt Audio 33,000
Toshiba PB20-40 40 Full HD No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 32,999
LG 43LF540A 43 Full HD No No 300 10W 32,989
LG 43LH516A 43 Full HD No No 20W 32,989
Videocon VMA40FH18XAH 40 Full HD No Yes 2X10 W 32,899
Panasonic TH-43D350DX 43 Full HD No No 100 Hz 20 W (10 W x 2) 32,799
Vu LEDH40K311 40 Full HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz 8 + 8 Watt Audio 32,000
LG 43LH518A 43 Full HD No No 20W 31,999
Samsung UA32J5300ARLXL 32 Full HD No Yes 100 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 31,990
Vu LED50K160GP 50 Full HD No No 10 + 10 Watt Audio 31,989
Videocon VJU40FH11XAF 40 Full HD No No 2x10W 31,599
Videocon VJU40FH17XAH 40 Full HD No No 2X10 W 31,599
LG 32LN5650 32 HD Ready No No 120W 31,400
Philips 39PFL3931/V7 39 HD Ready No No 120Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 31,400
Videocon VKV40FH18XAH 40 Full HD No Yes 2X10 W 31,375
Samsung UA40H4200ARLXL 40 HD Ready No No 100 10 W x 2 31,004
LG 43LH547A 43 Full HD No No 20W 30,999
Toshiba L3300-32 32 HD Ready No No AMR 100 Hz 20W Audio 30,899
Sansui SKY43FH11FA 43 Full HD No No 2x10W 30,290
LG 32LF560T 32 Full HD No No 300 20W 30,264
Onida LEO43FB 43 Full HD No No 8W + 8W @ 10% THD 30,000
1 LG 43UF640T 43 Ultra HD No Yes 900 20W 49,900
2 LG 40UF672T 40 Ultra HD No No 850 20W 49,890
3 Vu LEDN50K310X3D 50 Ultra HD No Yes Ultra Smooth Motion Rate 10 + 10 Watt Audio 46,989
4 Panasonic TH-43DS630D 43 Full HD No Yes 400Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 45,000
5 Vu LED55K160GAU 55 Full HD No No 10 + 10 Watt Audio 46,900
6 Sony KLV-40W562D 40 Full HD No Yes Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (8W x2 + 14W Audio Power Output) 43,499
7 Sansui SNA50QX0ZSA 50 Ultra HD No Yes 16W 49,990
8 LG 43LF6300 43 Full HD No Yes 450 20W 45,400
9 Samsung UA40J6300AKLXL 40 Full HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 49,900
10 Panasonic TH-49D450D 49 Full HD No No 200Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 49,989
Panasonic TH-42CS510D 42 Full HD No Yes 100 Hz BMR 24 W (12 W x 2) 49,900
Samsung UA48J5100ARLXL 48 Full HD No No 100 20 W (L: 10 W, R: 10 W) 49,900
Panasonic TH-50C410D 50 Full HD No No 100 Hz BMR 24 W (12 W x 2) 49,885
LG 49LH516A 49 Full HD No No 20W 49,490
Videocon VKX50FH16FAH 50 Full HD No No 2x10W 49,399
Videocon VML43QH0ZSA 43 Ultra HD No Yes 60Hz 20W 49,399
LG 43UH650T 43 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 48,999
Videocon VKX50FH17FAH 50 Full HD No No 2X10 W 48,990
Philips 50PFL3950/V7 50 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 47,920
LG 40UF670T 40 Ultra HD No No 850 20W 47,890
Toshiba L5400-40 40 Full HD No Yes AMR 200 20W Audio 47,777
LG 49LF513A 49 Full HD No No 300 10W 47,699
Videocon VMD55FH0Z 55 Full HD No No 2x10W 47,623
Toshiba L2400-47 47 Full HD No No AMR 200 20W Audio 46,777
Toshiba PB20-46 46 Full HD No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 45,999
Videocon VMS40QX19SA 40 Ultra HD No Yes In-Built 20W 45,899
Panasonic TH-50C300DX 50 Full HD No No 2* 10 W 45,395
Philips 40PFL6770/V7 40 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 45,000
LG 40LF6300 40 Full HD No Yes 450 20W 44,500
Toshiba L2400-40 40 Full HD No No AMR 200 20W Audio 44,490
Toshiba L3300-39 39 Full HD No No AMR 100 Hz 20W Audio 43,899
LG 43LH600T 43 Full HD No Yes 20W 43,840
Samsung UA40J5300ARLXL 40 Full HD No Yes 100 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 43,389
Toshiba PX200-40 40 Full HD No Yes Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 42,999
Panasonic TH-42C410D 42 Full HD No No 100 Hz BMR 24 W (12 W x 2) 42,890
Sansui SKW50FH16X 50 Full HD No No 2x10W 42,790
Onida LEO50FNAB2 50 Full HD No No 8 W + 8 W @ 10% THD 42,598
LG 43LH595T 43 Full HD No Yes 20W 42,534
LG 43LF5900 43 Full HD No Yes 400 10W 42,400
Philips 42PFL5059/V7 42 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 42,000
Toshiba PS20-40 40 Full HD No No Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 41,999
Onida LEO50FIAB2 50 Full HD No Yes 8 W + 8 W @ 10% THD 41,990
Vu LED55uH8475 55 Full HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 120Hz 10 + 10 Watt Audio 41,899
LG 42LF560T 42 Full HD No No 300 20W 41,800
Philips 43PFL4351/V7 43 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 41,800
Vu LED49D6545 48 Full HD No Yes 8 + 8 Watt Audio 41,599
LG 42LF5530 42 Full HD No No 300 20W 41,299
Philips 43PFL4451/V7 43 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 40,900
1 Samsung UA43KU6000KMXL 43 Ultra HD No Yes 1300 20 watts 51,990
2 LG 43UH750T 43 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 58,500
3 Sony KDL-43W800D 43 Full HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 56,490
4 LG 42LF6500 42 Full HD Yes Yes 550 20W 50,299
5 Panasonic TH-49DS630D 49 Full HD No Yes 400Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 55,989
6 Samsung UA40K6300AKLXL 40 Full HD No Yes 800 20 watts 53,000
7 Sony KLV-48W562D 48 Full HD No Yes Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (8W x2 + 14W Audio Power Output) 59,899
8 Philips 55PFL5059/V7 55 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 53,450
9 Philips 43PUT7690/V7 43 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 57,400
10 LG 49LH576T 49 Full HD No Yes 20W 51,700
LG 49LH595T 49 Full HD No Yes 20W 59,699
Videocon VKX55FH17FAH 55 Full HD No No 2X10 W 59,459
Panasonic TH-49CS580D 49 Full HD No Yes 100Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 59,299
LG 49LH600T 49 Full HD No Yes 20W 58,599
Samsung UA48H4250ARLXL 48 HD Ready No Yes 100 10 W x 2 58,599
Videocon VKV50FH17XAH 50 Full HD No No 2X10 W 58,599
Samsung UA43K5570AUMXL 43 Full HD No Yes 400 20 watts 58,017
Samsung UA49K5100ARMXL 49 Full HD No No 200 10 watts + 10 watts 56,990
LG 43UH617T 43 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 56,499
Toshiba L5400-47 47 Full HD No Yes AMR 200 20W Audio 55,555
LG 49LF5530 49 Full HD No No 300 20W 55,490
LG 43LF6310 43 Full HD No Yes 450 20W 54,800
Onida LEO50KYFAIN 50 Full HD No Yes Front : 10+10W, Woofer : 25W 53,999
Toshiba TL20-40 40 Full HD Yes No Clear Scrn 100 20W Audio 53,999
Samsung UA43J5570AULXL 43 Full HD No Yes 100 20 watts (L:10 watts, R:10 watts) 53,372
Toshiba PX200-46 46 Full HD No Yes Scan Rate 50 20W Audio 52,999
Samsung UA43K5100ARMXL 43 Full HD No No 200 10 watts+10 watts 52,900
Sony KLV-43W752D 43 Full HD No Yes Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 52,500
Videocon VKV50FH18XAH 50 Full HD No Yes 2X10 W 52,299
Philips 50PFL5059/V7 50 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 52,080
Samsung UA40J5570AULXL 40 Full HD No Yes 100 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 52,000
LG 49LH547A 49 Full HD No No 20W 51,990
Samsung UA43K5300ARMXL 43 Full HD No Yes 300 10 watts+10 watts 51,949
Samsung UA40K5570AULXL 40 Full HD No Yes 400 20 watts 51,279
LG 49LF540A 49 Full HD No No 300 10W 50,490
1 Sony KD-43X8300D 43 Ultra HD No Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10 W x2 Audio Power Output) 77,400
2 Samsung UA43KU6470UMXL 43 Ultra HD No Yes 1500 20 watts 67,976
3 LG 43UF770T 43 Ultra HD No Yes 1400 20W 63,400
4 Vu LTDN55XT780XWAU3D 55 Ultra HD No Yes 10 + 10 Watt Audio 69,989
5 Sony KDL-50W800D 50 Full HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 79,000
6 Samsung UA49K6300AKLXL 49 Full HD No Yes 800 20 watts 75,000
7 LG 49LF6310 49 Full HD No Yes 900 20W 71,000
8 Toshiba L2400-55 55 Full HD No No AMR 200 20W Audio 78,999
9 Philips 49PUT7791/V7 49 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 76,400
10 Panasonic TH-42AS670D 42 Full HD Yes Yes 1200 Hz BLS IFC 20 W (10 + 10) 78,892
Toshiba VL20-46 46 Full HD Yes Yes Clear Scrn 100 20W Audio 79,999
LG 55LH600T 55 Full HD No Yes 20W 79,099
Samsung UA48J6300AKLXL 48 Full HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 77,163
Samsung UA40KU6300KLXL 40 Ultra HD No Yes 1400 20 watts 75,900
Videocon VMM55QH0ZSA 55 Ultra HD No Yes 60Hz 20W 75,599
Philips 49PUT7690/V7 49 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 16W 75,500
Samsung UA50J5570AULXL 50 Full HD No Yes 100 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 74,499
Panasonic TH-60C300DX 60 Full HD No No 2* 10 W 74,170
Samsung UA49K5570AUMXL 49 Full HD No Yes 400 20 watts 73,990
Sansui SNA55QX0ZSA 55 Ultra HD No Yes 16W 71,990
Toshiba VL20-40 40 Full HD Yes Yes Clear Scrn 100 20W Audio 69,999
Panasonic TH-49CX400DX 49 Ultra HD No No 100Hz Bls 2*8W (Sound Bar) 69,999
Videocon VKR40QX0ZSA 40 Ultra HD Yes Yes In-Built 2X8W 69,599
Videocon VMF50QX0zSAH 50 Ultra HD No Yes In-Built 16w 69,599
Sony KDL-43W950D 43 Full HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10W x4 Audio Power Output) 67,900
LG 49LF6300 49 Full HD No Yes 900 20W 66,399
Sony KLV-49W752D 49 Full HD No Yes Motionflow XR 200Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 65,925
Samsung UA40KU6000KMXL 40 Ultra HD No Yes 1300 20 watts 65,520
Videocon VMM50QH0ZSA 50 Ultra HD No Yes 60Hz 20W 64,899
Videocon VMS50QX19SA 50 Ultra HD No Yes In-Built 20W 64,899
Samsung UA48J5300ARLXL 48 Full HD No Yes 100 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 64,299
LG 43UF690T 43 Ultra HD No Yes 400 10W 64,000
Samsung UA40JU6000KLXL 40 Ultra HD No Yes 100 20 watts (L: 10 watts, R: 10 watts) 63,900
Panasonic TH-40CX600D 40 Ultra HD No Yes 4K 200 Hz BMR 20 W (10 W x 2) 63,599
Samsung UA48H4240ARLXL 48 HD Ready No No 100 10 watts x 2 63,000
Toshiba TL20-46 46 Full HD Yes No Clear Scrn 100 20W Audio 62,999
Videocon VKV50FH16XAH 50 Full HD No No 2x10W 62,599
Samsung UA40JU6470ULXL 40 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 62,500
LG 49LF5900 49 Full HD No Yes 400 10W 61,500
Panasonic TH-55C300DX 55 Full HD No No 100 Hz 2 x 10 W 60,990
Videocon VKX55FH16FAH 55 Full HD No No 2x10W 60,899
Philips 49PFL4351/V7 49 Full HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 60,800
1 Sony KD-49X8300D 49 Ultra HD No Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10 W x2 Audio Power Output) 115,990
2 Panasonic TH-55CX700D 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes 4K 800 Hz BMR IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 139,000
3 Samsung UA49KU6570ULXL 49 Ultra HD No Yes 1600 20 W 117,520
4 Panasonic TH-49CX700D 49 Ultra HD Yes Yes 4K 800 Hz BMR IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 102,450
5 LG 49UF850T 49 Ultra HD Yes Yes 1500 20W 97,217
6 LG 55UF770T 55 Ultra HD No Yes 1400 20W 138,999
7 Samsung UA50KU6000KMXL 50 Ultra HD No Yes 1300 20 watts 99,900
8 LG 49UF770T 49 Ultra HD No Yes 1400 20W 101,286
9 Philips 50PUT8509/98 50 Ultra HD Yes Yes 400Hz PMR Ultra 20W 132,999
10 Vu LTDN65XT800XWAU3D 65 Ultra HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 800 15 + 15 Watt Audio 128,999
Samsung UA88JS9500KXXL 88 Ultra HD No Yes 1200 70 watts 2,199,999
LG 98UB980T 98 Ultra HD Yes Yes 1300 (200Hz) 120W 1,999,899
Toshiba RZ1-55 55 Ultra HD Yes No AMR 800 30w 1,179,999
Samsung UA78JS9500KXXL 78 Ultra HD No Yes 1200 70W (L:20W, R:20W, Woofer:15W*2) 999,999
Toshiba L9300-84 84 Ultra HD Yes No Scan Rate AMR 400 40w 999,888
Toshiba L9450-84 84 Ultra HD No Yes 40w 891,999
LG 84UB980T 84 Ultra HD Yes Yes 1300 (200Hz) 120W 887,799
LG 55EA9800 55 Full HD Yes Yes 10W+10W+10W+10W 809,100
LG 79UF950T 79 Ultra HD Yes Yes 1900 35W 761,399
LG 86UH955T 86 Ultra HD No Yes 80W 750,000
LG 75UH656T 75 Ultra HD No Yes 60W 599,647
LG 105UC9T 105 Ultra HD Yes Yes 1300 (200Hz) 150W 555,555
LG 79UF770T 79 Ultra HD No Yes 1500 20W 533,699
LG 79UH953T 79 Ultra HD No Yes 35W 525,000
Samsung UA75JU6470UXXL 75 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20 watts 469,900
LG OLED65E6T 65 Ultra HD Yes Yes 40W 426,242
Samsung UA65HU9000RXXL 65 Ultra HD No Yes 1200 60W (Front TW (10 watts + 10 watts) + Front Mid (10 watts + 10 watts) + Woofer (10 watts + 10 watts)) 413,599
LG 65EC970T 65 Ultra HD Yes Yes 40W 384,900
Samsung UA65KS9000KLXL 65 Ultra HD No Yes 2400 60 watts 352,800
Samsung UA65H8000ARLXL 65 Full HD No Yes 1000 40 watts (Left: 10 watts, Right: 10 watts, Woofer: 20 watts) 348,430
Sony KD-65X9300D 65 Ultra HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800Hz Audio power output (7.5W x4 Audio Power Output) 341,988
LG OLED65B6T 65 Ultra HD No Yes 40W 330,000
Sony KD-65X9350D 65 Ultra HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 1200Hz Audio power output (12.5W x4 + 20W x2 14W Audio Power Output) 319,000
Panasonic TH-65DX700D 65 Ultra HD No Yes 2000Hz BMR 4K IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 310,000
LG 55EA9700 55 Full HD Yes Yes 10W+10W 309,640
LG 65UF950T 65 Ultra HD Yes Yes 2300 60W 303,425
Samsung UA65JS9000KLXL 65 Ultra HD No Yes 1200 60W(L:20W, R:20W, Woofer: 10W*2) 295,000
Philips 65PUT8609/98 65 Ultra HD Yes Yes 400Hz PMR Ultra 20W 294,499
LG 55EC930T 55 Full HD Yes Yes 40W 289,900
Toshiba L9450-65 65 Ultra HD No Yes 30w 287,999
Toshiba L9300-58 58 Ultra HD Yes No Scan Rate AMR 400 20W Audio 279,999
LG OLED55E6T 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes 40W 274,000
Sony KD-55X9350D 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 1200Hz Audio power output (12.5W x4 + 20W x2 14W Audio Power Output) 269,900
Sony KD-65X8500D 65 Ultra HD No Yes Motionflow XR 800Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 267,900
LG 65UF850T 65 Ultra HD Yes Yes 2000 20W 262,399
LG 60UF850T 60 Ultra HD Yes Yes 2000 20W 258,279
Toshiba ZL800-55 55 Full HD Yes No Clear Scrn 400 40w 254,999
Vu H75K700 75 Ultra HD Yes Yes Smooth Motion Rate 800 15 + 15 Watt Audio 249,999
Samsung UA65JU6470ULXL 65 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 249,500
LG 65UH850T 65 Ultra HD No Yes 40W 245,000
Samsung UA55KS9000KLXL 55 Ultra HD No Yes 2400 60 W 239,000
LG 65UH770T 65 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 229,000
Sony KD-55X9300D 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800Hz Audio power output (7.5W x4 Audio Power Output) 222,000
LG 55EG960T 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes 20W 219,990
Samsung UA60JU6470ULXL 60 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 214,900
LG OLED55B6T 55 Ultra HD No Yes 40W 212,000
LG 65UF770T 65 Ultra HD No Yes 1800 20W 209,000
LG 55UF950T 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes 2300 60W 198,656
Philips 58PUT8509/98 58 Ultra HD Yes Yes 400Hz PMR Ultra 20W 194,999
Samsung UA55KS7000KLXL 55 Ultra HD No Yes 2100 40 W 192,900
Samsung UA60KU6000KMXL 60 Ultra HD No Yes 1300 20 watts 189,900
LG 60UH770T 60 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 183,590
Samsung UA55JU7500KLXL 55 Ultra HD No Yes 1000 40W 176,500
Panasonic TH-65CX400DX 65 Ultra HD No No 100Hz Bls 2*10W ( Sound Bar) 175,490
LG 55UF850T 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes 1500 20W 167,399
Samsung UA55JS9000KLXL 55 Ultra HD No Yes 1200 60W(L:20W, R:20W, Woofer: 10W*2) 161,499
Samsung UA55KU6570ULXL 55 Ultra HD No Yes 1600 20 watts 159,920
Panasonic TH-60CX700D 60 Ultra HD Yes Yes 4K 800 Hz BMR IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 159,900
Videocon VMF65QX0zSAH 65 Ultra HD Yes Yes In-Built 16w 158,699
Samsung UA48JU7500KLXL 48 Ultra HD No Yes 1000 40 watts 152,789
Sansui SNC65C519SA 65 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 151,990
Samsung UA49KS7500KLXL 49 Ultra HD No Yes 2200 40 W 151,920
Vu TL65C1CUS 65 Ultra HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 10 + 10 Watt Audio 149,999
Sony KD-55X8500D 55 Ultra HD No Yes Motionflow XR 800Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 149,990
Toshiba RW1-55 55 Full HD Yes Yes AMR 200 20W Audio 145,999
Samsung UA49KS7000KLXL 49 Ultra HD No Yes 2100 40 watts 143,920
Samsung UA55KU6470UMXL 55 Ultra HD No Yes 1500 20 watts 142,900
Samsung UA55JU6470ULXL 55 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 141,999
Panasonic TH-55DX650D 55 Ultra HD No Yes 1000Hz BMR 4K IFC 20 W (10 W x 2) 141,000
LG 55UH850T 55 Ultra HD No Yes 40W 140,000
Toshiba L9450-50 50 Ultra HD No Yes 30w 138,999
Samsung UA50JS7200KLXL 50 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20 W (L: 10 W, R: 10 W) 136,000
LG 55UH770T 55 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 134,000
Videocon VKT55CX0ZSA 55 Ultra HD Yes Yes In-Built 2X16W 128,599
Samsung UA48JU6670ULXL 48 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 124,899
Samsung UA55J6300AKLXL 55 Full HD No Yes 200 20 watts 122,500
LG 55UH650T 55 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 122,000
Sansui SMC55CX0ZSA 55 Ultra HD No Yes 20w 119,990
LG 55UF670T 55 Ultra HD No No 850 20W 114,150
Panasonic TH-65C300DX 65 Full HD No No 100 Hz 2 x 10 W 109,999
Vu LTDN65XT780XWAU3D 65 Ultra HD No No 15 + 15 Watt Audio 109,989
Toshiba RW1-47 47 Full HD Yes Yes AMR 200 20W Audio 108,999
Samsung UA55K6300AKLXL 55 Full HD No Yes 800 20 watts 107,001
Samsung UA49KU6470UMXL 49 Ultra HD No Yes 1500 20 W 107,000
Sony KDL-55W800D 55 Full HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10W x2 Audio Power Output) 107,000
Panasonic TH-50AS670D 50 Full HD Yes Yes 1200 Hz BLS IFC 20 W (10 + 10) 106,438
LG 55UF680T 55 Ultra HD No Yes 900 20W 106,000
LG 49UH850T 49 Ultra HD No Yes 40W 105,500
Samsung UA55K5570AUMXL 55 Full HD No Yes 400 20 watts 103,879
Sony KDL-50W950D 50 Full HD Yes Yes Motionflow XR 800 Hz Audio power output (10W x4 Audio Power Output) 99,890
Samsung UA55J5300ARLXL 55 Full HD No Yes 100 20 watts 97,490
LG 49UF640T 49 Ultra HD No Yes 900 20W 94,000
LG 55LF6300 55 Full HD No Yes 900 20W 93,990
Sansui SKW65FH0ZA 65 Full HD No No 2x10W 93,490
Samsung UA48JU6000KLXL 48 Ultra HD No Yes 100 20 watts (L: 10 watts, R: 10 watts) 92,999
LG 49UH770T 49 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 92,990
LG 49UF670T 49 Ultra HD No No 850 20W 91,315
LG 49UH617T 49 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 89,999
LG 49UF690T 49 Ultra HD No Yes 400 10W 89,990
Samsung UA48JU6470ULXL 48 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 89,990
Vu TL55C1CUS 55 Ultra HD No Yes Smooth Motion Rate 8 + 8 Watt Audio 89,989
Panasonic TH-55CX400DX 55 Ultra HD No No 100Hz Bls 2*8W (Sound Bar) 89,889
Samsung UA40JU6670ULXL 40 Ultra HD No Yes 200 20W(L:10W, R:10W) 89,657
LG 49UH650T 49 Ultra HD No Yes 20W 84,100
Toshiba L5400-55 55 Full HD No Yes AMR 200 20W Audio 81,999
Philips 55PUT7791/V7 55 Ultra HD No No 240Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) 20W 80,900
RankingBrandModelSize (in inch)Resolution3d?Smart TV?Refresh RateAudio OutputPrice


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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  • Ankit Kumar Singh

    hello Abhishek,
    i am planning to buy LG 32LH576D.
    is it a worth of a purchase or not.
    it is under my budget.The specifications are looking good to me but don’t know about the quality or anything.
    can you help me out to know about this tv in depth and moreover do you have another tv in this price range.

  • P Sharma

    Hi Abhishek,

    Can you please express your views on LG 49lh547a . I want a 49 inch TV, full hd only.

    Budget 45k – 55k
    # To watch regular channels movies etc.
    # No internet & Apps
    Need good picture quality and decent sound till 15 feet distance.

    Thanks,
    Piyush Sharma

  • San

    Hi Abhishek, it is very helpful place to a TV buyers

    I want to ask U that what is your opinion on Sony Bravia KLV 48W562D to watch movies.

    Thank you

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Sony has really good picture engine and also has dynamic contrast. The motion flow rate for this TV is 200, which is just marginally better than regular refresh rate. But then refresh rate is important only when you are watching really fast moving scenes. So depends on what kind of movies your watch. If it is more of fast moving action movies then you need faster refresh rate. Else this particular TV should work great for regular movies.

  • Khode

    Which is the best 48″ tv to buy, brand & model number

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Questions for you:

      1) What is your budget?
      2) What kind of content will you watch on it? Will it be regular TV channels or mostly fast action sports, videogames etc?
      3) Do you want a SMART TV with internet and apps?
      4) Do you want to watch 3D TV?

    • Khode

      # Budget 65k – 75k
      # To watch regular channels movies etc.
      # No internet & Apps
      # No idea about 3D

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      LG 49LF6300 (amazon link: http://amzn.to/28QZEUY ) or Sony KLV-48W562D (amazon link: http://amzn.to/28QZLja ) would be the best TVs in your price range.

    • Khode

      Thank U very much…

  • nikhil thakre

    what you think about LG43LF540 because flipkart selling it in 33-35 thousand and I found good reviews.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Nikhil,

      LG is a good brand in TV. If you want to buy a TV to watch regular content (no fast action sports, video games, etc) and you are not too picky about picture quality and sound, then this is a good TV. It has regular refresh rate (of 60 hz). The sound of 10 W (RMS) is slightly on the lower side (it will not be very loud), but then all depends on the size of room. In a small room it should be good enough. IPS panel is really durable and this model has triple protection which can save it from humidity, power surges and dust. So for regular TV watching it is a good model.

    • Ashutosh Adhav

      Hi Abhishek,
      Thanks a lot for your reply. Your review made my decision firm to purchase the LG 42lf6500 Led TV.
      One last question.
      How is the picture quality of this TV? I will be watching normal regular HD tv.
      Should I definitely go for it. I don’t want to get confused between other company models.

      Please reply as soon as possible. Eagerly waiting for your answer.

      Thanks a lot Again.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Ashutosh,

      It will be good to watch normal regular HD TV. LG, in general, has good picture engine (better than many brands out there). You should certainly go for it.

  • Ashutosh Adhav

    Hi Abhishek,

    Please can you review on LG 42lf6500 Led TV.
    How much Hertz(Hz) is the refresh rate of the TV? In Specs it shows 550 PMI (Picture Mastering Index).

    Please reply as soon as possible. Eagerly waiting for your answer.

    Thanks a lot.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Ashutosh,

      LG 42LF6500 is a good model. PMI of 550 would be around 120 Hz refresh rate, which is quite good. This model has 3D and SMART features. In general SMART features in LG are quite good. LG also uses IPS panels that are durable and have wider viewing range. Sound output of 20W RMS is regular and there is nothing exceptional about it, but is something that is available in most TVs. It would have been great if it had sub woofer, but then if you are not too picky about sound, then it works well. This model also has Time Machine feature to record and play TV shows. But then if you go for a DTH DVR set top box, then this feature is not really a value add. In case you get cable TV, then it would be a good feature to have.

  • Suraj P K

    Hi Abhishek!! Firstly thanks for one of the most informative pieces on the net on TV jargon.

    Wanted your input on Philips 49PUT7690 smart TV at a price of 70K. The specs are, 49″, 4K, 3 HDMI port, 240Hz perfect motion rate, 2 x 8watts RMS, VGA port, IPS panel etc and 3 year warranty For the price versus specs versus other brands it seems to be a good deal.

    My questions are
    1. Is 240 Hz Perfect Motion Rate good for cricket, football and other sporting actions?
    2. HDMI ports are all HDMI 1.3, will blue ray and other devices with newer versions of HDMI chip work with it?
    3. In the showroom the picture seemed a less brighter than the Sonys and Samsungs, is brighter the better?
    4. How does it compare to a similar sized sony, samsung 4K TV

    Appreciate your views.

    Thanks

    PS. Just read more about the idea behind bijlibachao and your journey. Wow!! bravo!!

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Here is my response:

      1) 240 PMR in 4K in Philips is most likely 120 Hz TV. And it is certainly good for watching fast moving sports. Even 60 Hz is not too bad, it is just that 120 Hz is better.

      2) HDMI 1.3 is not meant to support 4K. However, there is hardly any content out there in 4K. The only benefit of 4K comes in when you buy a really big TV. And 49 inch is not a really big TV. Otherwise the port should connect to Blue Ray and other devices. It will just not work with 4K content or content with high refresh rate.

      3) The most important thing is the contrast ratio. How dark is the black and its ratio with the bright white. That determines how well you can see a scene shot in the dark. Sony and Samsungs have dynamic contrast which helps in clearly defining the borders in a scene shot in the dark. I do not think this model of Philips has that.

      At 49 Inch I would suggest going for a Full HD TV rather than 4K. Going for a good Full HD TV with SMART features and faster refresh rate would be better. There is hardly any content in 4K in market currently. Most TV channels are still trying to recover their investments in HD.

    • Suraj P K

      Thanks Abhishek!! Surpisingly Philips does not mention the contrast ratio in their user manual or marketing material, so I guess its nothing to write home about. I will go with your suggestion of FHD with SMART features. Any pointers for a 48″-50″ under Rs.70K? Thanks again.

      Also exploring more on bijlibachao on electrcity, very informative and easy to understand!!

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Here are three TVs that you can compare:

      Sony KLV-48W562D
      LG 49LF5900
      Panasonic TH-49DS630D

    • Suraj P K

      Thanks Abhishek, getting the Sony 49W752D for 70K, its SMART but no android tv.

  • Gajanan Jadhav

    Hi abhishek,
    i want to buy smart tv in 40 inch segment. i have shortlisted two tv one is sony led tv 40W562d & Samsung 40J5300 smart tv.
    But i am confused which one to buy as one of my friends told there is problem in bravia series of sony ,now a days sony products are not durable. my uncle also face same issue he brought sony LED two years back ,but suddenely problem in panel and they have to scrap TV. in my case sony has upper edge because of inbuilt woofer and electricity consumption is also less as compared to samsung.
    Just need your expert opinion Whether its really worth to buy sony or go with samsung?
    Also in same price or rather less i would say if i go for Vu tv i will get 4k TV.? but whats use of 4k TV if my service Provider provides FHD Channels and not 4k.
    Your comment please.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      I have had a Samsung TV go negative in 3 years :). I guess it is a problem with most brands. In fact we have got positive reviews about Vu that it gets a lot of features at quite lesser costs. If you are not very picky about picture quality then I think you can go for a Vu Tv.

      Otherwise, both the TVs are quite similar in tech specs. Sony TV has a sub woofer which can make it sound better. But then that is the only thing that I can differentiate between tech specs. In general Sony has better picture engine, but Samsung is not too much behind it. So any of those would be good.

  • Neel

    Hello Abhi/Bijli Bachao team,

    After a lot of research I have shortlisted two Full HD LED Tvs (not going for 4k/UHD & HDR now as there isn’t and won’t be much content for next few years):

    Sony 43W950D & Panasonic TH-43DS630D

    Most watched : TV serials followed by movies, sports, news, might use Youtube but wont play games. Which one would you recommend? Does Panasonic deliver good picture quality for normal SD content and is the audio better ? Pls not that Sony is approx 20 k more expensive than Panasonic and is it worth the buy?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Neel,

      The Sony model you have selected has better refresh rate, better sound system (Dual subwoofer) and has Android operating system as well. In general Sony has a better picture engine. So if cost is not a concern, Sony model that you have selected is a better TV with more features. But then what matters is that do you really need them. For the kind of content you watch, it is not necessary. Also it would be better if you compare the two TVs in a store because that gives a better perspective.

    • Neel

      Hi Abhi,
      Thanks for your valuable feedback. What’s your opinion on LG 43 LF600T? Can I go for this instead of Panasonic 43 ds630 d ( poor after sales service) and Sony ( high cost)? Hope picture quality is good for watching action movies, sports.

    • Neel

      Sorry it’s LG 43 LH600T (2016 Model)

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Not able to find specs of this one in India. There is one from US, and it’s refresh rate is 50 Hz which is like a basic refresh rate (which all TVs have). The other two models from Panasonic and Sony have better refresh rates.

      Also let me be clear, a refresh rate of 50-60Hz is not bad to watch action sports and movies. It is just that higher refresh rate is better. You can certainly watch action movies and sports decently on any TV available out there in the market and you will not have any problem. It’s just that higher refresh rate looks better.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      I am not able to find specs for LG 43 LF600T. It is difficult to comment without looking at specs.

  • Vicky

    Hi Abhishek,

    Please can you advise on Panasonic Viera TH-43DS630D LED T

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Vicky,

      It is a good TV with decently good refresh rate, so it will work well even for fast-moving action and sports scenes. Panasonic has IPS panels, so it would be quite durable as well. It does not have 3D or SMART. It has 2 speakers on each side of 10 W (RMS) output. Which is good.

  • abhilash

    Hi Abhishek, can you advice me, which brand is best one for 32″ hd ready under 30k, no need of smart tv, i want picture and sound good.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      You can look at Panasonic TH-32DS500D or TH-32D450D.

  • srinivas

    Hello Abhishek , can you advice me for a 32” LED TV under 26k? NO Need smart one, regular viewing purpose only for parents.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Srinivas,

      You can look at Panasonic TH-32DS500D or Samsung UA32J5100AR. Both have good specs and will fit in your budget.

    • Srinivas

      Hi abhishek, thanks for your valuable advice. I Am thinking to buy LG32LF565B. Is this best decision?
      Tv for parents, regular use

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      It should be good for regular use.

    • Srinivad

      LG 32LH576D ,
      Sony KLV32R302D,
      Samsung 32j4003 which one is better?
      Any other suggestions please?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      All depends on what you want and what kind of content you would watch on it. Tech specs of picture quality is same for all of them, however in general Sony has better picture engine. Sound Quality wise the LG model is louder as it has 20 W RMS output as compared to 10 W of the other two. LG model also has SMART features to connect to internet and use apps on your TV. So just looking at tech specs the LG model looks better.

  • Nidhi

    Hello Abhishek , can you advice me for a 48″ LED TV , preferably from Sony or Samsung, with best in.class features , good refresh rate . Budget is around 70K. Smart TV would be a icing on the cake.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Sony KLV-48W562D would be the best for you. You can check the price on Amazon using this link: http://amzn.to/28QZLja

  • Hridesh

    Dear Abhishek, looking to buy a smart tv in the 43-48″ category. Min distance is 6′ and max 15′ and placed in the hall. Normal programs, sports, action and high speed events too. Mostly used by my parents and kids. Budget under 45k. Should be available offline unlike Vu which is not available offline in Ahmedabad. Request your suggestion please. Thank you in advance for your time and effort.

    • dinesh joshi

      Vu should be available in Stores as well , check there in Stores section.

      If high speed events are top priority would prefer to go for Sony as most of there models have best motion blur and refresh rate but it would unlikely fit in your budget

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Hridesh,

      I would suggest you to look at these models:

      LG 43LF5900
      Panasonic TH-43D450D

      If you want 48 inch then you may look at Philips 48PFL4958/V7

    • Hridesh

      Thank you again. Could you also please advise about LG 49LF540A 123 cm (49 inches) Full HD LED TV (Black).. Was recommended this by the storekeeper and offered for 53k. Am not sure about Philips in terms of after sale service, so a bit hesitant, although it fits my budget just well.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      LG 49LF540A is not a SMART TV. Although you can convert it to SMART by putting a chromecast. Even the refresh rate of LG 43LF5900 is slightly better. If you are fine with non SMART TV then LG 49LF540A should be fine.

  • shankar

    dude nice article, i found one recently from Sony Bravia KDL-43W800C 43” 3D Full HD Smart TV-1 . i am not sure whether to go for it or not. suggest me..
    is android is lagging in t.v, what is best ultra hd or ready hd, at this price is it possible to buy 4 k in india.
    Vu is trusted and durable?
    which brand is best and long lasting?
    as per my knoweldge sony dominant for t.v, he is best out there i think. then why panasanoic, vu ect.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Shankar,

      I doubt anyone can call a particular brand super durable. Sony and Samsung have great picture quality, but my own Samsung’s screen went negative in 3 years. Since last 4 years, I am using a cheaper Sharp model which is not great in picture quality but then it has never given me any problems :).

      LG and Panasonic use IPS panels which are highly durable and they have better picture quality as well. But then you can hear complaints about them as well :). So no one can give you 100% guarantee on durability. But yes, Sony is leader in TVs followed by Samsung, LG and Panasonic.

      Lately, I have heard a lot of good feedback about Vu, but then I would not say that it has the best picture quality. But then it works great for the cost that it comes for. It gets you great features for quite reasonable costs. But I do not think that they have the best picture quality. If you are looking for something value for money, then Vu works great.

      If you want the best of features as well as picture quality then Sony, Samsung, LG and Pansonic can get you good quality.

      As for Ultra HD, it is better if you go for a 50 inch or above size if you want 4K. Less than that it would not make much of a difference. A full HD would be better in that case.

      Sony KDL-43W800C or KDL-43W800D would be best in your price range. You can also look at LG 40LF6300.

    • dinesh joshi

      I would differ on Samsung they have lottery panel system where you dont even know which panel would you get , i would rather get the Sony model i have seen both LG is worse.

  • Ravi Shankar

    Hi Abhishek,

    Thank you for nice article and I need your prompt advice. I had a 32 inches Sony bravia LED TV in my hall .Now , I would need to buy another TV for my parents in their bedroom.In my hall , which has 8 -10 feet watching distance , the earlier 32 inches TV is seeming very small and viewing experience is not good.Now I am not sure whehter it is a good decision to put my current 32 inches TV in my parents bed room.Here TV usage will be very high(>7 hrs) and I am concerned whehter it is good to place it there due to electricity consumption,Shall I buy a 22 inches sony TV and place it in bed room and exchange later my 32 inches TV? Please suggest me the best thing to do here,I can wait for replacing my hall TV.Please suggest suitable TV for my hall also.

    Regards,
    Ravi

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Ravi,

      Power consumption of a 22 inch TV would be about 35 watts and that of 32 inch would be about 50 watts. Difference would be of 15 watts. In 7 hours the difference would amount to: 15 x 7 = 105 Wh or 0.105 units of electricity per day.

      What kind of content would you be watching on TV in hall? Will it involve lot of video games and action movies? What is your budget like? and Also what is the size that you are thinking of? Are you interested in features like SMART and 3D?

    • Ravi Shankar

      Hi Abhishek,

      Thanks for response. So , What is your suggestion to me? How much difference in money it will take for 32 VS 22 inches TV for a month ? Shall I place 32 inches TV on bed room or not? Or , do you think it is economical and make difference if I buy a 22 inch TV and place it in bedroom? Based on your suggestion , I will think of buying another TV for hall.So , Please suggest.

      Regard,
      Ravi

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      I think you can put 32 inch TV in bedroom. That will be more economical than buying a 22 inch TV. You can go for a bigger TV for your hall if you need one. If you look at difference in electricity consumption, in a month it would be just 3 units. Even if you are in Mumbai where last slab is at Rs 13, we are talking about a difference of Rs 39 a month in electricity consumption.

    • Ravi Shankar

      Thanks a lot Abhishek.I will do as you suggested and place 32 inches TV in bedroom. Now, I would need to buy a new TV for my hall which has a viewing distance of 14 feet.Does 55 inches TV serves the purpose?
      We do not play games and occasionally view movies including action.I am expecting a Full HD LED smart TV that connects to internet via WiFi and plays youtube content.It would be nice if it plays popular video format like blue ray and others so that we can download and play movies,I am not ware of other new features frankly. My budget is between 1 to 1.5 lakh.Please suggest me a good smart TV model.

      Thanks,
      Ravi

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      55 inch should be good. You should look at Sony KDL-55W800C or KDL-55W800D. You may also look at LG 55UF670T or 55UF770T or Panasonic TH-55CX700D and these are 4K TVs.

  • Vishal D Patel

    Dear Abhishek,
    Nice and Helpful Article. Recently I bought Panasonic Ac after reading your team article and Buying guide of AC from this https://www.bijlibachao.com/top….
    That was nice experience.
    Now i want to buy LED TV so want to help from you.
    my parameters for TV are mentioned below:
    1. 40 inch Full HD Tv.
    2.Viewing distance 7-8 feet
    3.purpose : regular TV watching and Full HD animation and Action movie from USB.
    4.Nice and best picture and sound clarity.
    5. Budget for this is 25-27K.
    Please suggest me Tv for this.
    Thanks for helping people like us.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      There is not much choice in your requirements. You can look at these two models:

      Vu LED40D6575
      or Philips 40PFL5059/V7

    • Vishal Patel

      Philips tv are made by videocon in India.then which Is good videocon or Philips?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      We have got some good feedback about Philips.

    • nikhil thakre

      I will suggest you LG43LF540 A

  • Rahul

    I want to buy a smart tv ..I am confused between Sony Bravia x43 8500 c and Samsung ju 6470. Please suggest which one to buy

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      It is a very close call. Both have good and similar specs. Refresh rate of the Samsung model is slightly better, but then I think Sony has better picture engine. You will have to go and check out the models in the store. Sony model also has Android operating system which makes it open to a whole lot of apps that are out there. I think if you are more interested in SMART features then Sony Bravia with android would be a good choice.

  • Hitesh

    Hi Abhishek, I am really interested in buying 50inch full HD Smart TV having natural and the best image qulaity for all HD and non HD setup boxes available. No compromise from my side on image qaulity, Please help

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      I would say Sony would have the best models for your requirement. You can look at these models: KDL-50W800C, KDL-50W800D, KDL-50W950C, KDL-50W950D. 800 series would be cheaper. Or Panasonic TH-50AS670D would also be quite good.

  • Srikant

    Dear, after long comparison b/w leds .. finally I came to 24pfl4571.. so shld I go for it or not… u better know.. plz suggest m about my choice ..my budget is within 15k to 20k

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Philips is a decent brand. You can certainly go for it.

  • Helen

    Dear Abhishek, i have some very bad experience with television, in 2013 i had purchased Panasonic TV 32 inch, it stopped working within the warranty period of 1 year. the engineer informed us because of the rust in the internal parts. they could not replace the tv and hence offered my cash. i purchased LG 42LB5610 in 2014 with 1+1 warranty. Now there is big scratch on the panel because set top box fell on it. i have been informed that since it is damaged, it is not covered in the warranty period and i have to pay Rs. 24000/- for panel replacement. i am in a fix and tired of television. please suggest me, shld i repair the tv by paying or buy a new one. if i need to buy a new one, please do suggest me the best tv in 32 inches and 40 inches. it would be for daily usage and if my kids can also use as computer since i have wifi.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Rather than paying 24K, it is better to buy a new one. If you do not intend to spend a whole lot, then I think Vu is a nice option. Vu LEDH40K311 can come in 30K. It is full HD and also has SMART TV. If you want premium brands then you may look at any of these:

      Sony KLV-32W512D
      Sony KLV-32W562D
      Samsung UA32J6300AK
      Sony KLV-40W562D
      Samsung UA40J6300AK
      Sony KDL-40W700C

  • Gaurav khera

    Hey I want to buy a 40″ TV not necessarily a smart tv. Full HD LED will also be okay. But i am confused with which brand and model to go for. Please suggest some good options to choose from. My budget is around 30-35k.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Gaurav,

      You may look at Vu LEDH40K311 or Philips 40PFL4650/V7 & 40PFL5670/V7. We have some positive feedback about Vu and that is why I am suggesting this model from Vu. In fact it also has SMART features. It’s refresh rate is also 120Hz which is better than regular 60Hz. Otherwise Philips is also a good brand. But these models from Philips are not SMART TVs.

    • Gaurav khera

      How are panasonic and lloyd compared to these suggestions?
      What should be the final buy according to you?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Panasonic is a much better brand in TVs. But which model are you looking at? You cannot compare lower end Panasonic model to a high end Vu model. If you are comparing then you should be aware about the Pros and Cons of buying either model. Also it depends on the kind of content that you want to watch. As I said, Vu model has a refresh rate of 120Hz, which makes it better for watching sports and fast moving content. But if you want to watch regular TV (soap operas), a high refresh rate is not needed.

      I would not say the same for Lloyd. It is a very recent brand that has started making TVs.

    • ANKIT SINGH KASHI

      Brother you can go for Videocon..there are lots of companies such as micromax llyod but in my opinion you should go for videocon…or if you want to purchase Sony fhd on this budget then u can buy Sony 32 inches fhd led.

  • Anil Dalal

    Dear Sir,

    Please support to choose best tv among “SONY 32W562D” & “LG 32LF6300” considering all key factors..

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hello Mr Anil,

      I think Sony KLV-32W562D would be a better choice as it has equally decent refresh rate as compared to the LG model, Sony model has better sound system (louder). And in general picture engine in Sony is better. However the model from Sony does not have Android OS and in that case it’s SMART features may not be as good as what LG model you have chosen would offer. So if SMART features are important for you then go for LG. Otherwise I think just from picture quality perspective Sony sounds better (if you plan to watch content from DTH box).

    • ANIL DALAL

      Dear Sir,
      After detail review, I decided to go with LG32LF6300 BUT unfortunately the LED delivered to me was manufactured in October 2015 so I returned to dealer. Dealer informed me that now LG stopped production i.e this LED mfg. 2016 cannot available.
      Is it true..??
      Seeking your swift reply.
      Many thanks.
      Anil Dalal

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      The model still shows up on LG website as one being sold in market currently. I hope they would have removed it had they stopped making it. But I do not have more reliable data on that to confirm it.

  • Sonika

    Hello Sir,

    I want to purchase a TV but I am confuse which brand and model will be the best one for me have seen Sony 32w562d and Panasonic C200 series both are full HD have also seen the LG ips models but I just want to take your opinion as my budget is restricted to 37k and i need the best in the available budget. Kindly help me and suggest me some brand that I can opt ( I want to purchase Full HD TV al lease 32 inches). Thanks

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Sonika,

      Sony KLV-32W562D or KLV-32W512D would be the best in your budget. Both are 32 inch. If you are interested in a bigger screen and not so keen on SMART TV (internet feature in TV) then you may also look at LG 43LF513A which is a 43 inch TV.

  • Rahul

    Sony 32w562d or lg 32lf6300 or Samsung 32j5300 which one is best . is led life up to 5 year only

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Not really. However, I would like to add that the pace of change of technology is so fast these days that 5 years from now there will be far superior technology available and you would want to change your TV just because the technology has changed.

      As far as the three TVs are concerned:

      LG 32LF6300 has high refresh rate and dynamic contrast, so its picture quality would be quite good. On top of it, it has IPS which makes it highly durable as well. It is also a SMART TV. But it’s audio output is just 10 W which would be low.

      Sony KLV-32W562D has good refresh rate and Sony in general has great picture engine (with dynamic contrast). This is also a SMART TV. It’s audio output is also quite good (8W + 8W + 10W speakers). For fast moving content like sports and video games it would not be as good as the LG model, but better than the Samsung model.

      Samsung UA32J5300AR has regular refresh rate and dynamic contrast. This is also a SMART TV. Audio Output is decent with 10W + 10 W speakers.

      A lot depends on the kind of content you watch. If it is fast moving sports and video games, then LG model would be better with faster refresh rates. But for other content, all three would be similar with Sony having an edge because it in general has better picture quality.

  • Sourabh

    Hi Abhishek,

    Am planning to buy a 40-42 inch LED/ LCD TV and would like to have your recommendations on the same. I am keen on getting a smart TV, would prefer chromecast over that, dont want 3D as well. I would however prefer to stay with top brand i.e. Sony, LG, Samsung or Panasonic. Thanks in advance !

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Sourabh,

      You may look at these models:

      Panasonic TH-40DS500D
      Samsung UA40J5100AR
      Sony KLV-40R562C
      LG 42LF5530
      LG 42LF553A
      LG 42LF560T

    • Sourabh

      Hi Abhishesk,

      Thanks for your reply !
      I assume this is in order of your preference ? to Panasonic TH-40DS500D would be your first choice ?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Not really. I just filtered some models are listed them. I would say Sony and Samsung have better picture quality.

    • Sourabh

      Hi Abhishek,

      Am back with two models that I have shortlisted after some market research and visit to retail stores i.e. Sony KLV-40W562D & Panasonic TH-43DS630D. Would like to know your views on the two :)

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Sourabh,

      If you need a SMART TV then Sony KLV-40W562D is the only one amongst the two that you have checked that has SMART features. Picture quality wise the specs look quite similar. The refresh rate of both the TVs is better than any regular TV. So faster moving scenes will look good. Sound wise Sony TV will sound better as it has a subwoofer, while Panasonic TV just has two side speakers. However, Panasonic will be louder as it has two 10W speakers while Sony TV has two 8 W side speakers and one 14 W subwoofer. Sony also has better picture engine. I would suggest going for Sony TV.

    • Sourabh

      Hi Again,

      Well, the panasonic one also seem to be a smart TV, please check here –> http://www.panasonic.com/in/consumer/tv/led-lcd-tv/th-43ds630d.html

      For me Smart/ NonSmart is not a big factor, neither is sound. Am just a bit confused whether to go for Sony for its better picture quality or to go for panasonic for 43″ on same price with descent picture quality.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Sourabh,

      Totally depends on your choice. I would prefer Sony for its better picture quality.

    • Sourabh

      Hi Again,

      Well.. guess Panasonic TH-43DS630D is also a full smart TV ! its mentioned such on panasonic website and also I checked myself on retails stores :)

      Anyways, smart or non-smart if not a big matter for me, neither is sound. Am just confused whether to go for 40″ Sony with better picture quality or go for 43″ panasoic with descent picture quality and IPS pannel – both come for same price on retail shops around me.

      Thanks for your inputs again.

  • Dheeraj Nathamgari

    Hi Abhishek,

    I’m planning to buy a 40 inches Full HD LED TV, Can you please suggest one with good Picture Quality, good colours. I have checked on Vu tv in flipkart, reviews are encouraging, but need your opinion on it.
    Is VU really worth of its price?
    Picture Quality.
    Any idea on durability?
    I know that its after sale service is pathetic, but however after an year the warranty expires and every TV comes in the same line of spending our bugs, so what do you suggest? Your valuable opinion will be very helpful :)

    Thanks in advance,

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hello Mr Dheeraj,

      A lot depends on the kind of content you watch. If it is for general TV viewing then Vu is a good TV. I have received positive feedback for the same for general viewing. It is not very expensive and is quite functional. But if you are an avid sports watcher, play video games on TV or in general have a sharp eye for quality then Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and LG would be better choice because they certainly have better technologies in their TV (in select models). Even Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and LG have regular models which are not very high end. But then I would say Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and LG would be more durable. But then they are pricey too.

      Bottom line, if you need TV for regular TV watching, Vu is worth trying (based on the feedback). But if you need high end features and exceptionally good picture quality, then go for a better brand. And you are right, once the warranty is over, any issue will be expensive to repair. I had to change my Samsung TV in 4 years when its screen went negative as the cost of repair was quite high.

  • Jason

    hi abhishek, please guide me on buying an 32 inch led tv. i would like something that consumes the least power. i would also like one which is cheap. am not really bothered with picture quality. is there something tht combines these

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Go for Vu TVs. I have heard good feedback about the brand for regular viewing. They are cheap as well. Even Sharp has good TVs that are cheap (I personally own one sharp and I think it is great for regular TV watching).

  • NK Agrawal

    Dear Abhishek
    can u pl guide me which one panasonic IPS TH43DS630 or soni 43w800c or 43w800d or any thing else, is better option. I am not enthusiastic in
    3D in which battery operated 3D glass are required. which one IPS or LED panel is better.
    i am not very much interested in 3d or android. u can guide me for any other model of reputed make above 40 inch.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hello Mr Agrawal,

      What kind of content will you watch on the TV? Sony KDL-43W800C and KDL-43W800D are really high end TVs with Motion Flow Rate of 800Hz, which means they are great for watching fast moving sports and video games. They have 3D and SMART features as well. Panasonic TH-43DS630D also has refresh rate of 400 Hz BMR which is again good for watching fast moving sports and video games. All 3 will have great picture quality. But Panasonic model does not have 3D or SMART features. If you are not interested in 3D and SMART then Panasonic is a good choice. However, if you mostly watch regular TV, then you can even get simpler TV at lesser costs.

      What is the content you watch and what is your budget like?

    • NK Agrawal

      Dear Abhishek
      Thanks for prompt response. i dont think i need 3d and smart tv. what i need is 40 to 48 inch size good quality picture and colour with connectivity to compuer and mobile wilreless or with wire. I shall be watching normal content and some times picture etc.. Budget is no constraint.. but it should be value for money.
      regards
      NK Agrawal

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hello Mr Agrawal,

      You can look at any of these:

      Sony KLV-48R562C
      LG 49LF513A
      LG 49LF540A
      LG 49LF5530
      Panasonic TH-49D450D
      Samsung UA48J5100AR

    • NK Agrawal

      Thanks sir

  • Anurag

    Hi Abhishek, I want purchase full HD led tv of screen between 48 to 50 inch . I don’t require smart or 3d features. Please suggest the best option of reliable brand .Budget is around 75k ₹. Please suggest me options from LG , sony Samsung, Panasonic .
    Thanks in advance…

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Anurag,

      You may look at any of these:

      Panasonic TH-50C300DX 50 inch
      Panasonic TH-49CS580D 49 inch
      Panasonic TH-50C410D 50 inch
      Samsung UA48J5100AR 48 inch
      Sony KLV-48R562C 48 inch
      LG 49LF540A 49 inch
      LG 49LF5530 49 inch

      These do not have 3D or Smart, but all of these are full HD TVs.

  • sameer

    Thanx abhishek for the quick reply,

    What about VU led tv . I dont have subscription for HD channels . So would be watching normal channels more often .As you said in my budget you would recommend 48 inch led tv of lg , samsung and sony . Could you suggest me one from those brands too .
    There is lots of confusion while choosing best LED in my price bracket .

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Sameer,

      For regular TV watching, you do not need high end technology. In fact I have heard lot of positive feedback about Vu (for normal TV watching). In fact you can get a bigger screen size in your budget from Vu. In fact you can get 55 inch Vu LED55K160GAU for much less than your budget.

  • Neo

    Hi Abhishek,

    1.What you prefer for PS4 Monitor or TV.
    27 inch monitor is okay for the gaming..?
    ASUS monitors with 2ms response time is impressive which costs only 23K
    Asus 27inch LED Monitor (VE278Q)

    2.Which is reliable and durable TV vs Monitor
    3. For heavy load and continuous usage.

    Thanks
    Neo.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      The refresh rate of the monitor is 85 Hz. Regular TVs are 60 Hz, but you can certainly get TV with better refresh rates, you can also get monitors with better refresh rates. But then all depends on what you want and how much you are ready to spend.

      From a durability perspective I do not see much difference in TV or Monitor because essentially the technology is the same. The only challenge is that for TVs, data is hard to find as manufacturers do not publish a lot of it.

  • sameer

    hello sir, i have 3 questions ? i would like to buy led tv .

    1) my viewing distance would be around 15 to 20 feet .

    2 ) what size led tv should i go for ?

    3 ) which brand ?

    I think i would use google chrome instead of smart led tv, my budget is around 60000/- to 65000/- rs .

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      15 to 20 ft is quite far …. You should go for a 50-55 inch TV. The biggest that I could get in your budget is a Philips 55PFL5059/V7 which is a 55 inch TV. In Sony, Samsung and LG, max you can get in your budget would be a 48 inch TV.

  • Rohit Sharma

    Hi Abhishek,
    Please tell me the best 22 to 24 inch TV available, my budget is around 12-14 k.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Rohit,

      You may look at any of these:

      Sony KLV-22P413D
      Sony KLV-22P422C
      Sony KLV-22P402C
      LG 22LF480A

  • Online Shopping

    I recently bought a VU 32 inch LED TV. No
    doubt the display is great. The sound quality of the inbuilt speakers is
    also better than other TVs in the price bracket. However, I am not
    satisfied with the audio output while using external speakers. There is
    an annoying white noise, even if I mute the TV. Maybe there is a problem
    with the sound card or audio jack, god knows! I wonder if anybody else
    experiences the same issue. Other than that, the TV is fabulous!

  • ANANDAKUMAR K L

    Hi Abhishek,

    For Watching sports and high action movies, is it better to go sony 32W562D. Or better to go Vu UHD tv in this budget.
    Suggest any model if u had other option in budget around 40k.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Ananda,

      The sony model you have listed does not boast of very high end specs. It’s refresh rate is just slightly better than normal. So it won’t be exceptional for watching sports and high action movies. A Vu UHD would be bigger in size and would have more pixels and if you play a HD or UHD content, then it would have more details. Fast refresh rate basically smoothly moves frames. But then this sony TV model would not have it much fast compared to Vu TV.

    • ANANDAKUMAR K L

      Thank you.

      In Vu TV I’m afraid of after sales service according to the user comments. In sony better picture engine and customer service than any other brands.

      For watching high action movies or sports, whether we have to consider the high refresh rate or better picture engine?

      Any better options (or any brands) in this budget?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Well In VU you will get UHD TV which will have more pixels per sq inch …. which can give more information per sq inch and you can go for a bigger sized TV.

      Picture engine of Sony is certainly better. But then in Full HD, you will have less pixels (or less details per sq inch). Refresh rate is important for fast moving image.

      I would say just imagine a photo that you have taken using your camera. If you want to take a small print of the photo, even a 5 megapixel camera is good enough. But if you want a huge poster print of the photo, you need 20 megapixel camera (as 5 megapixel will pixelize). So if you want to see huge size picture you need bigger screen and UHD. A Full HD TV of 86 inch size cannot exist, while a UHD of 32 inch does not make sense as you will not see any difference.

      Now imagine you take 100 clicks every second from your camera and you stitch it to make a video. If your clicks are stitched in such a way that they move really fast making you see movement very clearly (without any lag), then that is fast refresh rate. Refresh rate is number of frames shown per second. If the frames are less, then the motion will look a little blurred, but if refresh rate is fast, it will look flawless. For sports and action movies, faster refresh rate is better (not that it looks ugly with regular refresh rate, but it looks better with faster refresh rate).

      But then if the difference in refresh rate is not much, you will not see noticeable difference between two TVs. Its greatly visible when you compare a TV with 50 Hz refresh rate to 200 Hz refresh rate.

      If you do not want UHD (FHD is good enough) then I would say that the Sony model you have selected has good specs. But if you want UHD then you would get that only in a brand like Vu.

    • ANANDAKUMAR K L

      Thanks for Ur valuable inputs.

      In my budget, Vu LED40k16 (4K) is the only option available and its refresh rate is 60 Hz.
      For W562D, Motionflow XR 200 hz. (I think actual refresh rate is 50 Hz)

      For sports & action movies:

      It means only HD channels in Vu 4k, looks great even with 60 hz, than watching W562D (FHD) with 50 hz.?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Indian standard is 50Hz-100Hz-200Hz. In US the standard is 60Hz-120Hz-240Hz. As Vu comes from US, it mentions 60Hz. But it will not be very different from 50Hz. Also, Sony Motionflow of 100Hz and 200Hz both are similar to 50Hz (with minor benefits in 200Hz). So refresh rates of both the TVs are not very different.

      HD channels will look better in Vu 4K because a) the size of the TV would be bigger and b) the number of pixels will be more. So it will get finer details on the screen (just because it has more pixels).

      But final decision should be made by watching the TV in stores. Have a look at both of them and then decide.

    • ANANDAKUMAR K L

      Unfortunately Vu is not available in any showroom, and we can get it officially in flipkart.
      Still I like to add one more model – samsung 32J6300. I think this is the only model with highest refresh rate in 32 inches. Its CMR is 200 and its real refresh rate is 100 hz.. But it is 2015 model, slightly higher in my budget and it is curved.

      Is it good to buy 32J6300, than SONY 32w562D and Vu LED40k16 (4K) model, or suggest any other model/brand, to watch sports?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      A Samung model with higher refresh rate would be better than Sony model with lower refresh rate. Samsung is quite comparable to Sony as a brand. I think you can go for this model if you want to watch Sports.

    • ANANDAKUMAR K L

      Samsung – 32J6300, Is it worth to buy, because it is 2015 model (instead 2016 sony model 32w562d ) and it is curved in 32 inch?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Samsung – 32J6300 certainly looks better than Sony KLV-32W562D.

  • praveen fernandes

    Hello Abhishek.

    Need your advice to recommend TV of (48-50)Inch

    My Requirements are

    1. Full HD
    2.Help in deciding the brand between SONY,SAMSUNG,PANASONIC and LG
    3.I would not want any Smart Features.
    4. I would like to go within 50-60K budget but ready to stretch if its worth.
    5. Confused between 2015 and 2016 models — In 2016 models we have only SONY and Panasonic who have come out with 2016 Models
    6. If suggest with model number it would be good.

    Thanks in advance
    Praveen

  • Krishna

    Hello abhi i am not asking any que about tv purchase but your efforts was tremendous good to guide, i think you should make this easy to customer by making some platform like according to their requirement you suggest option and avail this product at there home with good guidance.. krishna

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Thanks Krishna. I am glad that you liked the platform. Thanks for the inputs as well. It really helps.

  • Mousumi

    Hi Abhishek, we want to buy 55 inch 4k UHD TV. But really confused between brands Sony and Samsung.
    1.Please suggest the better brand with the model name.
    2.Please also suggest what would better option, 55 inch UHD flat or curve TV.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi,

      In general Sony has slightly better picture engine than Samsung. But a lot depends on various factors like refresh rate, etc. And you need to compare tech specs of two models to come up with a better one. What is your budget for this TV?

      Also UHD and Curve TV are two different things. UHD has more pixel per inch and works well as the size of TV increases. Like if you look at FULL HD on an 80 inch TV, it would pixelate, while a UHD would not.

      Curve is more about creating an immersive experience. One can also have UHV curve TV (a TV can have both these features). Curve increases viewing angle of TV. In fact there are several pro and cons of Curve TV and same for UHD. So both cannot be compared directly. If you plan to watch 4K content (which is not available on regular TV channels), then go for 4K TV. Else curve can also be an interesting feature.

  • karthick

    Abhishek,
    Let me know your thoughts about intex led TV. Is it a good choice to choose a 40″ TV from intex.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Karthick,

      There are lot of brands from India/China that provide a lot of features for cheap, but I think somewhere they lack quality/durability. Many people like to get feature rich product at a cheaper cost. For a lot of people that works great as well. Lot of people do not feel the difference (as they do not nitpick on small things). So I would say it depends. If you are too keen to get the best quality and features, then you shell out more and get the top brand. If you are not someone who nitpicks on small things, then you can go for a cheaper brand that offers a lot of features.

  • Vishal

    @Abhishek:
    I am evaluating certain TV options. Please let me know your views
    1. Videocon Ultra HD 55 inch
    2. Panasonic Full HD 60 or 65 inch

    My living room is around 20 ft x 12 ft and TV will be on the lengthier side with a minimum sitting distance from TV at 10 ft and max distance from TV will be 18-19 ft

    Above options are considering the fact that they fit close to my budget of around 65000 and large screens (giving home theatre experience)

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Panasonic is a better brand in terms of technology than Videocon. I would always prefer a better brand.

    • Vishal

      would there be pixelisation on 60 inch full hd of panasonic

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      I would suggest to compare the models in a shop. Panasonic is a better brand, but UHD may look better in a bigger sized TV (60 inch).

  • Sameer Pawar

    Hi Abhishesk,
    i want to buy a new led tv, my requirement is
    1) It should 32 inch
    2) it should FHD
    3) No smart tv
    4) budget is under 25K
    please suggest me right model.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Sameer,

      32 inch is starting size for FHD. However up until 40 inch the difference between HD Ready and FHD is not much visible. Most 32 inch models in your price range that I find in the market are HD Ready models. If you need Full HD then you can look at these:

      Philips 32PFL4479/V7
      Videocon VJE32FH-VX
      Videocon VJW32FH-VF
      Videocon VJW32HH02C

      I think Philips would be a good choice.

    • Sameer Pawar

      Thanks for reply abhishek, is videocon is good brand than lg, sony and samsung.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Sony, Samsung and LG are better than Videocon.

    • Sameer Pawar

      Dear Abhishek,

      please check this product is worth buy or not

      LG 32LF561D 80 cm (32 inches)HD Ready LED TV (IPS panel)

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      HI Sameer,

      LG is one of the top brands for TV. And in 32 inch HD Ready also looks good. You can certainly buy this one.

  • pritam Pardeshi

    HELLO SIR ,
    Could you please suggest me a 43inch to 50inch FHD LED television AROUND 40 to 45 k…..

  • pritam Pardeshi

    hello Abhishek , i would like to buy fhd led tv . aftersurfing in net i choose LG models i.e LG 43LF513A 108cm (43 inches) Full HD LED TV (Black) and LG 43LF540A 108 cm (43 inches) Full HD LED TV avalable on Amazon. what is your openien about these models ? and i saw some Vu models on your site in list . how are Vu tvs ? pls i am waiting for ur reply…thank you

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Pritam,

      Both the models look absolutely the same. The only difference is a few USB ports here and there. Models looks good. Depends on what kind of content you want to watch on them. LG in general is a amongst the top TV brands. I would say it is better to buy LG than Vu.

  • Shibu

    Hi Abhishek,

    Could you please suggest me a 49inch/50inch television, with good picture quality and less power consumption? I’ve narrowed down to LG 49LF6300
    and Panasonic TH-50AS610D; Is there any other model that you can suggest.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Shibu,

      From a picture quality perspective LG 49LF6300 is a better TV as it has better refresh ratio for better picture quality. LG also has much better SMART features.

  • Anil Grover

    Can you tell me about the in-focus 50 inches television. Its a good value for money, but can you tell em about the performance and reliability of the same.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      HI Anil,

      We have not heard much about In-Focus TVs. So cannot comment on the same.

  • Sumit V

    Hi.
    I’m planning to buy a TV. Based on your suggestions, i have narrowed down my search to following parameters:
    LED
    32 inches
    IPS panel
    Refresh Rate: 50 Hz

    My requirements are for normal viewing (not gaming, not using smart TV).
    Please help me on selecting a good brand. I would like to add that i am interested in energy efficiency (state Punjab).
    My Budget is around 25 K.
    Thanks.

    • subhash

      you can check for Samsung 40j5100
      on shopclues it’s a 40 inch led TV
      would get or for 23990.
      but it’s seller warantee not not manufacturer

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Sumit,

      Any of these TVs will fit in your requirements:

      LG 32LF505A
      LG 32LF515A
      LG 32LF553A
      LG 32LF554A
      LG 32LF561D
      Panasonic TH-32A405D
      Panasonic TH-32A410D
      Panasonic TH-32C400D
      Panasonic TH-32C410D
      Panasonic TH-L32SV6D

    • Sumit V

      Thanks a lot, Abhishek. I understand that most of the models that you have mentioned are HD ready and not full-HD.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      That is right. They are HD Ready. 32 inch and less there are more HD Ready models than Full HD as in smaller sizes, it does not make a whole lot of difference to have more pixels in small screen size.

  • pritam parihar

    hello abhishek, how r d micromax fhd tvs .all online shopping sites showing more than 4stars reviews as compair sony,samsung ,ld and other reputed brands . what is ur openien about micromax led tvs?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      I will give you feedback on my own personal experience. Personally, I do not rate Micromax as a good brand at all. They may be cheap but they compromise on quality/reliability. You cannot expect good quality at such cheap prices. I bought a phone that did not last even 6 months and so I would personally never recommend Micromax to anyone. But this is my personal experience. I would rather pay slightly more and get a more reliable brand.

  • Shekhar Pandey

    Hi, Abhishek, there is an offer for panasonic THL40C310M a 40″ tv in Kuwait, its on 40% discount. As I trust panasonic brand but I doubt why there is so much discount on this particular model. Can you tell me something about this model. Thanks.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Shekhar,

      Panasonic is a good brand in general. Discounts can be for several reasons. At times dealers want to clear off their inventory of old models to bring in new ones. I am not able to get information about this model online to make any comment on it’s specifications.

  • ravi

    Hi Bijili Bachao Team, Great post. I want to buy 40+ inch FULL HD LED TV. I Don’t want Smart TV. I would rather buy google Chromecast. My budget is around 50K. Please suggest some brand and model no.
    Appreciate your help.

    Regards,
    Ravi

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      You can look at any of these models. Technically their specs for picture quality and sound look quite similar. However their other features may vary:

      LG 42LB5610
      LG 42LB6200
      LG 42LF5530
      LG 42LF553A
      LG 42LF560T
      Panasonic TH-40C400D
      Panasonic TH-40SV70D
      Panasonic TH-40SV7D
      Panasonic TH-42A410D
      Panasonic TH-42C410D
      Samsung UA40EH5000R
      Samsung UA40F5100AR
      Samsung UA40H5000AR
      Samsung UA40H5100AR
      Samsung UA40H5140AR
      Samsung UA40H5140AR
      Samsung UA40J5100AR

  • pritam parihar

    what is your openien about micromax led tvs?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Not really good :D.

  • PRASAD

    Hi abhishek
    i am looking for a led between 20K – 25K i have confusion in 4 models please suggest
    Samsung 32FH4003
    Hitachi-LE32V2D01AI
    HITACHI-LE32V2S01AI
    PANASONIC-TH32C400D

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Technology wise there would not be much difference in models between 20-25K. As far as brand is concerned, I would say Samsung would be the best amongst all that you have listed.

  • Kanha DEY

    Need a larger tv than 40 inch. Samsung is the only option for me. Actually I bought samsung smart tv J5300 40 inch a day ago.But after purchase inclined on wanting something bigger in size around 48 inches.. So I am in an exchage phase. Please. I dont need smart feature inbuilt but looking for a Chromecast possible option at around 60000. Pls guide.

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      You may get Samsung UA48H4240AR or UA48H4250AR which are 48 inch TVs in about 60K. But they are not full HD, so the picture clarity on HD channels will not be that great as compared to Full HD TV. And both of them are not SMART TVs.

  • Shailendra

    Hello Abhishek,
    I am planning to purchase a 40 to 49 ” UHD SMART LED TV (with or without 3D) within a reasonable budget of Rs. 50,000 and I am looking for the best within these constraints. I understand that top brands like LG , Sony , Samsung and Panasonic are out of my budget and have a lesser warranty and after 3 to 4 years, replacing any part is also very expensive. Hence , I feel brands like Videocon , Vu , Micromax , Sansui , Lloyd , Mitashi would be a safer bet since they come with longer guarantees and comprehensive coverage. However , I never get to see the reviews of these Televisions on any websites. Would you please take some time out and review the 4K Smart models in these low end brands and suggest which one I can go for ?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Shailendra,

      As per the data that I have I know of 3 TVs that have UHD and can come in less than 50K:

      VU LED48D6455 48 inch
      VU LED42D6455 42 inch
      Philips 42PUT7590/V7 42 inch

      Amongst these brands I would say Philips is much better. But I would also like to add that you will not find much difference between Full HD and UHD in this size range. UHD looks great when the TVs are huge (above 50 inch). You will get more options (even from better brands) if you go for FHD SMART TV.

    • Shailendra

      HI Abhishek,
      Thanks for your reply. Which Full HD , Smart and 3D (if possible :-) ) televisions can you suggest for me within 50 – 55 K with great picture quality, smart features in 40 to 49 inches ? Also , good warranty coverage to minimize the cost of replacement of parts after a few years ?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Shailendra,

      What kind of content would you be watching on TV? Lot of jing bang does not help if you do not plan to watch a certain kind of content. If you want everything (49 inch TV with Smart, 3D and Full HD), then you will have to go for brands like Videocon, VU, Philips. If you want top brands with best technology (which may not have 3D) then you would just get 40 or 42 inch TVs. Also some of the best brands may not give you longish warranties. So it truly depends on what you want.

    • Shailendra Kadam

      Hi Abhishek,
      I plan on seeing sports like cricket and football, action,thriller and other western movies and series like Game of Thrones and English music videos on TV and YouTube (hence the smart TV) and also downloaded 3D content, movies and series on Netflix, some games also on my television within a budget of 60K. So kindly suggest me specific brand models which will fulfill above requirements from 42 to 49 inches.Do these best brands conk off quickly after warranty period ? Also can you let me know as to how are the Sony latest launched models of 43W800D and 43W950D ?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Shilendra,

      The best that I could find in your budget are these:

      LG 42LB6500
      LG 42LF6500

      The sony models that you have mentioned are certainly better than these LG models, however they will cost you more than your budget. These LG models may fit in your budget.

  • Dawood

    Hello Sir,

    I am planning to buy Smart LED TV with good features and accessories (Remote),,, Mostly looking to buy a 40″ TV. Can you suggest me some best TV’s. There is no support for VU TV’s, i tried calling but no response. same with Micromax tooo… I am from Chennai, can you please please respond with some good suggestions. It should be pocket friendly as well

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Best and Pocket Friendly are quite contradictory :). Best would be Sony, Samsung, LG or Panasonic, but they will be expensive. What is you budget like?

    • Dawood

      around 50,000. I need the best in class among Sony, Samsung, LG or Panasonic.. It should be userfriendly tooo

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      If you need Full HD but you are not very keen on SMART TV (With Internet Connection) then you may look at these:

      Sony KLV-40R482B
      Samsung UA40EH5000R
      Samsung UA40H5000AR
      Samsung UA40H5100AR
      Samsung UA40H5140AR

      If you want internet then you may get these by increasing your budget slightly:

      Samsung UA40H5500AR
      Samsung UA40H5570AU

  • Nipun Xavier

    Hi Abhishek,
    Do you know when will LG TV’s 2016 line up be available in Indian Market? Came to know that LG is upgrading from webos2.0 to webos3.0 in 2016. Any info will be highly appreciated. Thanks

    http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1450753498#comment-2440693501

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Hi Nipun,

      We do not have any information on the same right now. So I would not be able to confirm.

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