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Things to Consider When Buying a Television in 2019

  By : , New Delhi, India       16.3.2019         1 Comments          Phone:9716171569          Mail Now
Before investing your money in a consumer durable like a television, research your options and industry trends thoroughly while keeping your requirements in mind. From LCD TVs to OLED TVs and smart TVs, the television industry has come a long way over the past few decades. So, you need to weigh a series of factors such as your viewing habits, the TV’s placement, screen resolution and the features it offers when buying one. Then based on your needs and other factors, pick the model that works best for you.

Today, there are a wide range of options available in the market ranging from Sony, Lloyd, Panasonic to LG TVs. Therefore, making a selection can be tricky. If this is the case, you can compare different TVs and buy them on easy EMIs starting from Rs.999 from the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network.

This platform is available in more than 1,300 cities and consists of 60,000+ offline as well as online partners. It allows you to shop online in just a few clicks or visit the nearest offline partner store and take home your favourite TV on No Cost EMI without paying a hefty amount up front. Simply use the EMI Network Card and split the purchase price of the TV into No Cost EMIs as per your convenience to keep your purse strings happy. With the help of the EMI Network Card, make your shopping more affordable by way of mega discounts on MRP, offers, and lucrative cashback. Also, this card gives you instant access to funds up to Rs.4 lakh that you can utilise for your TV purchase and repay over a flexible tenor of 3 to 24 months.

But first, here are the points that you should look into to choose the best TV in 2019.

Look at the various screen sizes

Screen size is one of the most important parameters to consider when buying a TV. However, pick a screen size that suits your viewing room, so that you can watch TV comfortably, without any strain. You can determine this by taking into account the TV placement and viewing distance. Usually, if the distance between your couch and the TV is between 4–6 feet, buy a 32-inch TV set. For a 40- or 42-inch TV, the ideal distance should be 5–8 feet. However, if your viewing distance is 6–9 feet, then select a 46- or 49-inch TV.

Check the resolution

Once you have decided on the screen size for your TV, the next thing to look for is the screen resolution. To have the ultimate viewing experience, buy a TV with a high resolution, as the higher the resolution is, the better the picture quality will be. You can decide what resolution you need based on the content you view and the screen size you pick. But before you decide this, know the different resolution types.

Various types of TV resolutions available in the market are HD, HD ready, full HD, HDR and 4K. HD or HD ready TVs have a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and are the most basic of the lot, available at an affordable price. On the other hand, full HD TVs come with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, and offer you even better picture quality. To get the sharpest picture output, opt for a 4K resolution that comes with a display of 3840 x 2160 pixels. However, if you are in the mood to splurge, pick a TV with HDR technology, as this is often viewed as the best of the lot.

Know the difference between TVs technologies

Currently, TV technologies that are available are LED, QLED and OLED. All these technologies operate using Light Emitting Diodes (LED) to give you sharper and clearer images. Basically, these options differ from each on the basis of the image quality that they offer. If you are keen on a good viewing experience and want to get it at a budget-friendly price tag, then an LED TV is your best bet. However, if you want better quality, then buy an OLED TV and immerse yourself in an outstanding cinematic experience. Also, remember when you’re buying a TV, the finer the projection is, the higher the price of the TV will be.

Decide whether you want a smart TV or not

Just like mobile phones, TVs today have become smarter, and are considered as smart home solutions rather than simple viewing devices. Smart TVs are those that have in-built capabilities that you can use to connect to the internet, for example. By doing this you can access a range of apps and services without having to connect to any external device like a set-top box, USB drive, or dongle. They support multiple private streaming apps and browsers, allowing you to do more with your TV. So, weigh your requirements and then decide whether you want a smart TV or not.

Check all connectivity options

Before buying a TV, check whether it supports Wi-Fi, USB devices, internet, HDMI, Bluetooth and other connectivity options. Some TVs also come with DLNA or Miracast support, using which you can stream content wirelessly from your smartphone or tablet on to the TV. With a TV that can connect to the internet in just a click, you can enjoy multiple benefits. From browsing your favourite content and shows on on-demand portals to accessing your social media accounts on the big screen and viewing your favourite photo albums, you can do it all on your TV.

With this information, you can decide what type of TV it is that you want to buy. Thereafter, choose between various brands such as LG, Sony, Haier and Lloyd TV by visiting the EMI Network. Do remember to check your pre-approved offer to get instant funds for your purchase. Apart from EMI financing, also remember to use your pre-approved offer when you approach Bajaj Finserv for a business loan, personal loan, home loan or any other financial service. With this facility, in just few clicks you can make borrowing and shopping hassle-free and convenient.

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   shakunthala, bangalore
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21 - 3 - 2019

Its a nice blog. its informative.


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