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1 hour ago, sushantade said:

I have  indeed visited stores and planning to do more research.  point of the post is if there are any existing users here maybe they can shed some light on their experience regarding performance, issues, after sales support etc.

Ah ok 

Then ya you can ask the person tagged above about his u6g experience.

 

But usually after sales stuff varies from place to place anyways I think :scratchchin:

 

Like LG in my area is terrible whereas it's better in other parts of Bangalore I've heard it's good.

 

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1 minute ago, silv3rgunn3r said:

 

But usually after sales stuff varies from place to place anyways I think :scratchchin:

 

 

 

Agreed. Will hit the store tomorrow. I have to pick my poison anyway. :thumbsup:

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On 4/18/2022 at 12:06 PM, sushantade said:

Guys in a dilemma. Hisense U6G (53k) or Samasung QN90A 50 inch (80k)? Durability is my priority. Hisense is providing 3 years warranty. Havent got demo or info on Samsung. What should I do?

 

I got U6G 55" a month or so back. Can't really comment on the durability yet. The remote is sh*t though. Customer care has been responsive so far in resolving issues. All service and installation is outsourced. So, your mileage may vary. 

Image quality wise - I am very happy with the price I paid. Blacks are deep. Contrast is pretty good and games look really good. A very clear step up from my previous TV (a VU LED tv)

 

btw, which seller is giving you 3 yrs warranty on HiSense? Their own website has only 1 year. As does Amazon. 

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2 hours ago, WhatsInTheName said:

 

I got U6G 55" a month or so back. Can't really comment on the durability yet. The remote is sh*t though. Customer care has been responsive so far in resolving issues. All service and installation is outsourced. So, your mileage may vary. 

Image quality wise - I am very happy with the price I paid. Blacks are deep. Contrast is pretty good and games look really good. A very clear step up from my previous TV (a VU LED tv)

 

btw, which seller is giving you 3 yrs warranty on HiSense? Their own website has only 1 year. As does Amazon. 

Thanks for detailed information. How is the gaming performance? (I am mostly into Single player games so 60Hz is fine for me) Had a talk with Hisense customer care and they told if you buy it from croma you can avail 3 years warranty.

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19 hours ago, sushantade said:

Thanks for detailed information. How is the gaming performance? (I am mostly into Single player games so 60Hz is fine for me) Had a talk with Hisense customer care and they told if you buy it from croma you can avail 3 years warranty.

 

In general, its good. For IQ, need to check out all the picture presets to see which one you like. There is no dedicated Gaming preset when connected to console. Not sure what you mean by performance but the latency numbers for this tv on rtings.com were promising. 

 

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On 4/22/2022 at 12:11 PM, WhatsInTheName said:

 

In general, its good. For IQ, need to check out all the picture presets to see which one you like. There is no dedicated Gaming preset when connected to console. Not sure what you mean by performance but the latency numbers for this tv on rtings.com were promising. 

 

Got demo with few sample videos yesterday. I'm amazed. Regarding performance I'm asking about HDR Gaming performance.  Although they have raised price by 4k so I'm holding right now.

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19 minutes ago, KunjanPSD said:

You already know what people are gonna recommend.

Sorry I'm out of touch, no OLED in that budget, right :fear:

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I am looking to buy the new QD-OLED TVs (either Samsung S95B or Sony A95K), but I don't see them on sale anywhere in India. Can anyone please guide me how to keep track of whenever these launch in India (or of they will launch at all in India, based on previous product line-up launch histories)? Or any number of local sellers/dealers who can get me one?

 

Currently on a C9 OLED but will move it to main hall and will keep QD-OLED for my PC/PS5 gaming setup. These look a real step-up from traditional OLEDs and I am itching to buy one.

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13 hours ago, silv3rgunn3r said:

Posted a few pages back 

But I bought for 88k 

but what if I my friend wants to buy a bigger tv ala 55"/65"

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3 hours ago, abhi90 said:

but what if I my friend wants to buy a bigger tv ala 55"/65"

Then pay above 1 lakh :P

 

but anyways if it's for Non gaming stuff , there are plenty other options.

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10 minutes ago, silv3rgunn3r said:

Then pay above 1 lakh :P

 

but anyways if it's for Non gaming stuff , there are plenty other options.

Suggest karo :chair:

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On 4/26/2022 at 9:59 PM, kittoo said:

I am looking to buy the new QD-OLED TVs (either Samsung S95B or Sony A95K), but I don't see them on sale anywhere in India. Can anyone please guide me how to keep track of whenever these launch in India (or of they will launch at all in India, based on previous product line-up launch histories)? Or any number of local sellers/dealers who can get me one?

 

Currently on a C9 OLED but will move it to main hall and will keep QD-OLED for my PC/PS5 gaming setup. These look a real step-up from traditional OLEDs and I am itching to buy one.

 

Anyone? :(

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1 hour ago, kittoo said:

 

Anyone? :(

I guess check around October or November time because it is yet to be released in US,Uk etc because lg c2 which has just released in US Uk is yet to released here

 

 

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11 hours ago, silv3rgunn3r said:

I guess check around October or November time because it is yet to be released in US,Uk etc because lg c2 which has just released in US Uk is yet to released here

 

 

 

S95B did get released in US around 2 weeks back but I get your point- that these TVs release much later in India than in those territories. I suppose they release here after demand has been saturated there. 

Thanks bro. Will wait a few months. Hopefully good discounts during diwali/holiday season.

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The new TV by VU - Vu the masterpiece glow looks like an amazing TV - Has all the features of top of the line TV's - 4k QLED tv - 10 bit IPS panel , Full array local dimming with 800 nits peak brightness , 120 Hz with VRR , freesync , Dolby Vision , HDR10 , 2.1 HDMI port (2 out of 4)  with 100W speakers .

Design and build quality looks fantastic as well .

Price 75k for 55 inch. 

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On 4/26/2022 at 9:29 PM, silv3rgunn3r said:

Posted a few pages back 

But I bought for 88k 

Hey , by any chance did you enquire about the cost of the 55 inch ? 

 

I called up a local LG store here in Pune and I asked them about the price of the 55 C1, he first quoted about 1.23 L including all cash backs n all. I told him I'm not looking to buy a tv now , unless it's an offer I can't refuse. Then he asked me what's the budget , I told him between 1 and 1.10 L  and he.s like " ho Jaye ga sir , aap store ko aa jao pehle " 

 

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4 hours ago, arjun_sasuke said:

Hey , by any chance did you enquire about the cost of the 55 inch ? 

 

I called up a local LG store here in Pune and I asked them about the price of the 55 C1, he first quoted about 1.23 L including all cash backs n all. I told him I'm not looking to buy a tv now , unless it's an offer I can't refuse. Then he asked me what's the budget , I told him between 1 and 1.10 L  and he.s like " ho Jaye ga sir , aap store ko aa jao pehle " 

 

They were quoting 1.2 lakhs at Croma for the 55 inch

i,guess if u bargain they may reduce to 1.10 lakhs

but try your luck

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