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What are the parameters on which TVs are priced?

By Finserv MARKETS - Aug 27,2019
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Televisions are no longer just dumb screens. They’re giant computers for your living room. Today TVs have so many features that it’s easier to choose options for your car than it is to find the perfect TV suiting your personal budget.

Gone are the days when your television set was referred to as the ‘idiot box’. We are currently in the era of smart TVs and online electronics shopping. Though in India this trend is still at a nascent stage, the market is evolving at a rapid pace. The television industry in India is projected to reach Rs. 862 billion (US$ 13.31 billion) in 2020.

 

Significant increase in discretionary income and easy financing schemes have led to shortened product replacement cycles and evolving life styles. Consumer durables, like LCD TVs, are now perceived as utility items rather than luxury possessions. This cricket season, cheer for your favourite team with the latest LED TV on affordable EMIs and get the best deals by visiting the Bajaj Finserv EMI Store website.

Most of the consumer electronics brands are now offering a range of Smart TVs in various sizes and price points to meet the needs of the consumers. Consumers, too, are acknowledging the changing trend and are increasingly looking at television sets that are connected to the Internet and offer nifty apps that keep them entertained. Therefore, the availability of high definition content, high-speed broadband and declining price points has been driving consumers to buy bigger size TVs at home.

Factors such as the continual increase in internet penetration and over-the-top (OTT) content providers, coupled with policy changes in the panel space has deflated TV prices. This has, further, inspired consumer behaviour to opt for large screen televisions across the country.

Check out the features, specifications and factors that determine TV pricing:

  • TV Screens: Size does matter

Screen size is the simplest, yet most important TV buying parameters. It’s worth noting that there’s a direct correlation between screen size, viewing distance and perceived resolution.

  • Screen Technology:

Nowadays, there are primarily two display technologies competing for your eyeballs: LED (Light Emitting Diode) backlit LCD and OLED (Organic LED). OLED is fast becoming the fan favourite screen technology, and up to now it’s only been available at the higher end of the market. Booming demand and a limited production capability means that it would not be cheap for the foreseeable future but prices are way lower than they were a few years back. HDR (High Dynamic Range) has been hailed as the next step up in the evolution of TV picture quality.

  • Audio Performance:

Audio performance is a huge differentiator while weighing up TVs. TVs with a forward facing sound system (often referred to as an integrated soundbar) tend to sound much better than those with tiny, downward firing drivers.

  • TV Design: Aesthetics matte

You might also want to consider a curved television set rather than a flat one. A few years ago, curved televisions became a rage since the viewing experience was immersive.

TV prices vary wildly all the time due to the latest features & specifications and various other parameters, so keep an eye out for hot deals and find the right combination of features and price for you.

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Check out all the latest television models on the Bajaj Finserv EMI Store along with their features and prices in India. So there you go. Now what are you waiting for? Go buy your favourite one today!

To read more interesting blogs on televisions you can check out: How screen mirroring has expanded the role of television, OLED vs LCD & LED: which TV technology should earn a place in your living room?, Difference between viewing experience of 4K UHD and Full HD Haier Televisions, and many more at Bajaj Finserv MARKETS Blogs.

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