10 Best Led Tvs Below


Every time we walk in to an electronic store and see the huge TVs adorning the walls we would love to see on of then on our living room wall as well. Well this is no longer a luxurious dream; many electronic giants like Sony, Samsung and the likes have come out with LED TVs that fit comfortably in our budget. So sit back with a bucket of popcorns as we compile a list of 10 such LED TVS which will just suit your living room and wallet just right! 1. Sony KDL-32EX550 Series Price: Rs.42,900 The first on our list had to be a 32-inch LED TV from the Electronic giants, Sony! The KDL-32EX550 series gives you the viewer the life-like picture experience. Read more at http://www.siliconindia.com/gadget/news/10-Best-LED-TVs-Below-Rs50000-nid-126316.html.

Follow @dkatzmaier This year the gap between the picture quality of the best LED/LCD TVs and the best plasma TVs has grown wider than ever. Unless you're interested in overspending for buying a Sharp Elite , there's no 2012 LED TV that can come close to the picture quality of even midlevel plasmas like the Panasonic TC-PST50 and Samsung PNE6500 . But maybe you're simply not interested in plasma. If that's the case, then check out the following list of 2012 TVs that (A) employ an LCD panel illuminated by LEDs and (B) perform better than most such TVs. The list doesn't include the Elite and the Sony XBR-HX929 simply because they debuted in 2011; both are excellent performers, still current and exceedingly expensive. Read more at http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-33199_7-57497376-221/five-best-led-tvs-for-picture-quality/#!.

Five best LED TVs for picture quality

The cost: $1,049.99 to $1,098 The bottom line: The Vizio M-Series offers a potent combination of excellent design, decent picture quality and a pocket-friendly price. CNET rating: 4 stars out of 5 (Excellent) Panasonic TC-L50E60 The good: The affordable Panasonic TC-LE60 series evinced commendable picture quality with deep black levels for an LED LCD, superb bright-room performance, solid video processing and color. It also has true 120Hz processing, unobtrusive ultraminimalist styling and extensive Smart TV content. The bad: Poor sound quality; worse off-angle viewing and picture uniformity than a plasma; the Smart TV system is a bit clunky and includes pop-up banner ads by default. The cost: $799.99 to $1,299 The bottom line: Charging the right price for a very good picture, Panasonic's E60 LED LCD is one of the best values available among midrange TVs. CNET rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 (Very good) Samsung UN55F6300 The good: The Samsung UNF6300 series LED LCD TV evinced solid picture quality with accurate overall color. It has excellent video processing and a uniform screen; the industry's most capable Smart TV platform; an IR blaster with cable box control; an eye-catching design with thin bezel and cabinet; and above-average sound quality. Read more at http://articles.courant.com/2013-10-13/business/hc-ls-cnet-best-led-tvs-20131013_1_deep-black-levels-lcd-cnet.