Ok, Well I had a series 6 samsung 48 inch led tv at home before. My monitor is a Dell U2414H. I had tried every possible way to calibrate the tv to have the same profile as my monitor which to me is pretty accurate for photo editing. I also have a macbook pro which is more vibrant but still produces the same or little more colors than u2414h. I wanted to get rid of the monitor so that I could edit on a bigger screen. Despite my efforts nothing worked out, as the tv had some weird gamma setting, where I could not find a balance between saturation and washed out and neutral tint. This was a series 6 tv. Having seen the entry level tvs before at stores, I m pretty sure, u cannot acheive color accuracy on any of those. Infact , color accuracy of a decent monitor under 20k is hard to match on big tvs under 80k. Atleast I havent seen it. u can take a reference image and carry ur laptop to a store to check it out.May I know any basis for this. I mean sure I know about LG 24"/32" IPS monitors priced ~16k or less but from my understanding VU tv also use A+ grade panel which may be VA which does have lesser viewing angles compared to IPS but I don't think a good VA panel will offer any less video watching experience compared to an IPS panel(assuming no viewing angle factor).