Full HD/4K TV | Non-Smart | Under 60k

Ratul Upadhyay

Right off the assembly line
1. Budget?
Under 60k, can be extended by 10-20k if there's something out there that can't be missed out on.

2. Display type and size?
Full HD or 4K, I can use your recommendations on use cases and future proofing.
Preferably, not less than 49 inches, my current (now broken) LG one was a 42 inch Full HD plasma.

3. What will the TV/monitor be used for primarily?
It'll be in the living room and is used primarily for DTH viewing by my parents. I'll be hooking it up (like my previous TV ) with my PC permanently, for watching/streaming movies and an occasional round of FIFA/Street Fighter with friends.

4. Types and number of ports required?
Atleast 2 HDMI ports, and a USB port. Not really been in touch with latest developments in this area. Any advices for my use case in future would be really helpful.

5. Preferred choice of brand?

I'm open to any as long as panels are long-lasting, and after-sale services are passable. My LG plasma lasted 8 years.

6. Any TV/monitor in consideration?

Looked at a few from VU, LG, Panasonic, Sony and Samsung. Thinking whether higher refresh rate ones are the way to go.

7. Any other info that you want to share.

Going by info above, do you think I need a Smart TV?
 

whitestar_999

Super Moderator
Staff member
If something is too good to be true,it usually is.Just sharing this here,recently on paytm mall there was a deal for Toshiba 64GB microSD card for 999 which after applying offer came down to as low as 750 from a non-brand authorized seller.Many people ordered but I didn't as sd cards are very small so easy to temper not to mention I have read comments about some getting fake cards even from amazon's own cloudtail seller(probably swiped by courier delivery/personnel guys). However in this case,people didn't even get fake cards,what they instead got is "piece of plastic" shaped as microSD card with samsung 128GB painted on it in front & gold pin connectors painted on its backside & no,I am not kidding!
 

Nerevarine

Incarnate
If something is too good to be true,it usually is.Just sharing this here,recently on paytm mall there was a deal for Toshiba 64GB microSD card for 999 which after applying offer came down to as low as 750 from a non-brand authorized seller.Many people ordered but I didn't as sd cards are very small so easy to temper not to mention I have read comments about some getting fake cards even from amazon's own cloudtail seller(probably swiped by courier delivery/personnel guys). However in this case,people didn't even get fake cards,what they instead got is "piece of plastic" shaped as microSD card with samsung 128GB painted on it in front & gold pin connectors painted on its backside & no,I am not kidding!
goddamn i dodged a bullet then, was about to order HP Envy 27 4k monitor from them, the price was too good to be true. Rs 27k only for a 40k monitor. Realised it may as well have been fake.
 
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