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Samsung UA32ES6200R Or Sony 32HX750 Or Sony 32EX650(Non 3D)

nikhild

Right off the assembly line
Hi all Experts,

I want to buy a 32 inch LED TV. please suggest me a good LED TV

(Samsung UA32ES6200R and Sony 32HX750 and Sony 32EX650(Non 3D))

Samsung UA32ES6200R
Sony 32HX750
Sony 32EX650(Non 3D)


Picture quality should be excellent

My budget is around 40-50k

I will be mostly watching HD channels and movies through USB or DVD

Please advice
 

Minion

Conversation Architect
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randomuser111

Technomancer
No panel lottery in Sony. EX onwards get 100% SPVA panel.

Still, I'd suggest the Philips 7977 too as it's better value than Sony EX650/HX750 :)
 
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nikhild

Right off the assembly line
I am bit biased about Sony and Samsung.
Is Samsung UA32ES6200R (3D) has panel lottery policy?
Is this value for money or not?

Please advice
 

ashutosh_jain

Broken In
Samsung UA32ES6200R has the better design IMO and though Sony 32HX750 Or Sony 32EX650(Non 3D) may have good picture quality; sammy isn't that bad. Plus it has more apps and features.
 
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nikhild

Right off the assembly line
Samsung UA32ES6200R has the better design IMO and though Sony 32HX750 Or Sony 32EX650(Non 3D) may have good picture quality; sammy isn't that bad. Plus it has more apps and features.

Which panel to choose for Samsung and what will be the price Samsung UA32ES6200R ?
 

Minion

Conversation Architect
I am bit biased about Sony and Samsung.
Is Samsung UA32ES6200R (3D) has panel lottery policy?
Is this value for money or not?

Please advice

All tvs in samsung has panel lottery.Sony tvs are not value for money with Philips tvs you are getting better panel and 3 years warranty try to audition it I am sure after auditioning it you will inclined towards philips.

for your reference
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/au...ips-46pfl7007-1105083/review/1#articleContent

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/au...-and-lcd-tvs/philips-46pfl8007-1101650/review
 
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Minion

Conversation Architect
Which panel to choose for Samsung and what will be the price Samsung UA32ES6200R ?

SPVA should be your preference but you can't find it unless you open samsung box.So it is better not take any risk as you are spending significant amount on t.v.
I would again suggest you go with philips complete peace of mind.
 
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nikhild

Right off the assembly line
SPVA should be your preference but you can't find it unless you open samsung box.So it is better not take any risk as you are spending significant amount on t.v.
I would again suggest you go with philips complete peace of mind.

How to find panel is SPVA?
 

whitestar_999

Super Moderator
Staff member
http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/tvs...ua32eh5000r-vs-lg-32ls4600-2.html#post1780494
You will find version no. on tv packaging look for TSXX,THXX
here XX means 01,02 etc.
Just check first two letters in version no. if you see version no. starting from TS or TH it is a S-PVA panel made by Samsung.
i don't think you will be able to ask many major shops/dealers to check for such info on tv box before buying.also sometimes even version no. on box is not 100% correct & the only way to be 100% sure is to check this info in service menu of tv by pressing a special combination of buttons on remote of tv you are buying which obviously is not possible before buying the tv.better to get sony or philips.
 

aroraanant

Explorer
HX750 is no doubt better than all the other mentioned sets but is way too costly also.
I don't think investing a hefty for a 3D TV is worth as I don't think it is a good idea to bring a 3D TV in a home.
If playing movies through USB is your priority then you must know that sony doesn't play all the video formats specially it doesn't support the mkv format.
So if that is the case with you I would suggest you to have a look at Samsung 32ES5600, it is a non 3D TV and is really very good.
 
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nikhild

Right off the assembly line
HX750 is no doubt better than all the other mentioned sets but is way too costly also.
I don't think investing a hefty for a 3D TV is worth as I don't think it is a good idea to bring a 3D TV in a home.
If playing movies through USB is your priority then you must know that sony doesn't play all the video formats specially it doesn't support the mkv format.
So if that is the case with you I would suggest you to have a look at Samsung 32ES5600, it is a non 3D TV and is really very good.


Thanks for suggestion. But still i am bit confused about the Samsung lottery policy.
 
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