Are you looking to bring home a television? If yes, then you should be aware that the technologies driving the TV industry has changed along with shapes and sizes. Thus, if you want to buy the latest television, then you should consider the vital features beforehand. Before getting a new televison you must be aware of some modern dangerous gadgets and their cons.
To help you out buying the television (tv), we have enlisted key considerations that you should make along with leading TV models to choose from. Read on and explore more!
- Ensure that your minimum viewing distance is 4 feet
Just because you like a 55-inch television for the only Rs.35,000 online does not mean you should complete your purchase immediately. You should measure the size of your room first before investing in a TV. Also, it would not be recommended to buy a TV below the 32-inch size. It is because you can easily enjoy content on any 32 inch TV at a minimum viewing distance of 4 feet. For a TV size between 40 inches and 48 inches, the recommended viewing distance is 7 feet. Hence, if you are planning to buy a 55 inch or 65 inches LED TV, then ensure that your room can accommodate a distance of 9 feet.
- Buy a Full HD TV instead of an HD Ready television
If you can stretch your budget a bit, then it is good to buy a Full HD 1080p TV and not 720p HD Ready TV. If you have a small room, then it is good to get a Full HD 1080p television. HD Ready TVs are good models for those who are dependent on set-top boxes. On the other hand, if you love watching movies and playing games, it is a must to get a 1080p HD resolution based TV.
- Refresh rate matters
Refresh rate denotes how many times the picture on your TV screen gets refreshed in a second. The standard refresh rate that is needed on your TV is 60Hz, which is 60 times per second. However, moving scenes (especially sporting events like racing and other live events) may appear blurry in TVs with 60Hz refresh rate. It would be better to go for television with a higher refresh rate as it would mean smoother video leading to more details in each frame.
- Smart TVs are not always smart
While buying a TV, you should be careful about the ‘Smart tag’ on the TV. It may appear that a TV model with ‘Smart tag’ may have its own ecosystem, OS and app store. And it may also mean smart, which may not be liked by all. A Smart TV lets you access more apps along with video commands and runs on Android. And if you must, then you should invest in a Smart TV with the mentioned features only.
- Speaker output matters
You should know that most budget TVs come with great speakers, hence; it may mar your TV watching experience. Therefore, you should get a soundbar or at least a 2.1 channel speaker to enjoy crystal clear sound.
Leading TV models at a glance
- Samsung 7 in 1 32 Inch HD Ready LED Smart TV
You can turn this Samsung 7 in 1 32 Inch HD Ready LED Smart TV into a PC or even your virtual music system. It comes with features like Screen Mirroring and Live Cast, and you can have a good time with your family. Have a look at the features of the Samsung TV:
- 1366 x 768 HD Ready 32 inch screen
- 10 W speaker output
- 50 Hz refresh rate
- 2 HDMI ports
- 1 USB port
The price of this Samsung TV in India is around Rs.18,000.
- Haier 43 Inch Full HD LED TV
Haier is a leading home appliance brand in India that also manufactures quality TVs. Have a look at the features of this Haier 43 Inch Full HD LED TV and know more.
- 1920 x 1080 pixels Full HD 43-inch screen
- 20 W speaker output
- 60 Hz refresh rate
- 2 x HDMI ports
- 1 x USB port
This Haier TV is available in India at a price of around Rs.40,000.
You can now consider the discussed features while buying a TV and also choose from one of the best models as mentioned.
You can also buy a Sony TV or any other brand without budget blues. You can now divide the cost of a TV over a convenient tenor and pay only fixed EMIs on the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network. It can ease off loan procedures and make it less time-consuming.