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krishnavamshi24 15th October 2012 12:02 AM

TV for 80K Max
 
Hi Everyone,

I'm planning on buying an LED / Plasma TV next week and need your advice to buy one. Have visited a few showrooms and have checked out models coming in this price range. Here are the models i have checked

Samsung 40ES6800 - 85k
Samsung 46ES6030 - 72k
LG LM 42inch 6400 - 79K
Toshiba 46 VL 20 - 72k

Please advice there are more models i should be looking at, almost forgot my viewing distance is 8 feet approx may be more but surely not less. I can extend my budget a wee bit more if it is really worth it.

Note: Didn't check out Sony since i always feel they are overrated my personal opinion no offence to Sony owners

rajatk 15th October 2012 07:52 AM

Re: TV for 80K Max
 
In case you want Plasma options, You can get 50" Plasma for this price...

Panasonic

50XT50 - 60K
50UT50 - 75K

Samsung

51E550 - 75K
51D470/490 -

gcpraveen 15th October 2012 08:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by krishnavamshi24 (Post 422151)
Hi Everyone,

I'm planning on buying an LED / Plasma TV next week and need your advice to buy one. Have visited a few showrooms and have checked out models coming in this price range. Here are the models i have checked

Samsung 40ES6800 - 85k
Samsung 46ES6030 - 72k
LG LM 42inch 6400 - 79K
Toshiba 46 VL 20 - 72k

Please advice there are more models i should be looking at, almost forgot my viewing distance is 8 feet approx may be more but surely not less. I can extend my budget a wee bit more if it is really worth it.

Note: Didn't check out Sony since i always feel they are overrated my personal opinion no offence to Sony owners

Plz have a demo of Sony 40hx850 which is exactly in your budget, better than your listed TVs in PQ.

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etios 15th October 2012 09:06 AM

Re: TV for 80K Max
 
Avoid plasma if you dont want to be stuck with image burn-in and massive reflections, no plasma company covers image burn under warranty, so better go for an LED, the best LED in your budget is Sony 40HX850

avmaxfan 15th October 2012 10:34 AM

Unless you have something personal against Sony, look at Bravia HX750 and HX850. Both of them are superior to all the TVs you listed, 850 eats them all for breakfast:D

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newtechie 15th October 2012 12:43 PM

Re: TV for 80K Max
 
You can also check out 42LM6410, which is a slightly superior version to LM6400. LM6410 includes inbuilt wi-fi, whereas LM6400 is only wifi-ready. The price difference is Rs 2000.

I am also scouting for a suitable tv in this range.

My preference for LG mainly due to It having passsive 3D, which is the healthier option. All other brands, except Toshiba, have active 3D. Futher, currently LG is offering a 3D BD player + 3D titles + 4 glasses with this model. I am not sure about the magic remote. Can anyone throw some light on this please?

avmaxfan 15th October 2012 12:53 PM

LG. Hmm if you are okay sacrificing 2D quality ( which you will watch 90% of the time) for 'healthier' 3D that you will watch no more than 10% of the time then yeah its a decent option :rolleyes:

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manzb 15th October 2012 01:08 PM

Re: TV for 80K Max
 
40HX850... is the perfect one for you.. with great PQ and monolithic design..

krishnavamshi24 16th October 2012 12:23 AM

Re: TV for 80K Max
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by gcpraveen (Post 422185)
Plz have a demo of Sony 40hx850 which is exactly in your budget, better than your listed TVs in PQ.

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I727 using Tapatalk 2

Sony somehow is feel is always overpriced vis vis the features other TV's offer but will check it out. Also how many 3d glasses will i get.

Quote:

Originally Posted by etios (Post 422192)
Avoid plasma if you dont want to be stuck with image burn-in and massive reflections, no plasma company covers image burn under warranty, so better go for an LED, the best LED in your budget is Sony 40HX850

Plasma PQ is amazing but i'm also worried about the Image Burn-in issue and how it would behave in bright light. Otherwise was looking at Panny, any Panny users to comment on this and also suggest models i should check for that price.

Quote:

Originally Posted by avmaxfan (Post 422228)
Unless you have something personal against Sony, look at Bravia HX750 and HX850. Both of them are superior to all the TVs you listed, 850 eats them all for breakfast:D

Sent from my Sony Xperia S using Tapatalk

Ok Noted will check these models as well, nothing personal against SONY again its VFM that concerns me when it comes to SONY. Thanks for your advice.

Quote:

Originally Posted by manzb (Post 422324)
40HX850... is the perfect one for you.. with great PQ and monolithic design..

Yep will check this model seems to have some following :D

Quote:

Originally Posted by avmaxfan (Post 422309)
LG. Hmm if you are okay sacrificing 2D quality ( which you will watch 90% of the time) for 'healthier' 3D that you will watch no more than 10% of the time then yeah its a decent option :rolleyes:

Sent from my Sony Xperia S using Tapatalk

LG did seem a little dull at first sight compared to Sammy just beside it. But will check LM6410 as well

lake1988 16th October 2012 12:33 AM

Re: TV for 80K Max
 
For your information a sony led tv priced between 60-70k offers way better pic quality than a lg cinema 3d "World record" tv priced over 1-2 lakh.

Just check some reviews...and demo models.


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