How to buy an LED TV on EMI?

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How to buy an LED TV on EMI?

  • Highlights

  • Shop on No Cost EMI at the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network

  • Decide on size and then check the available models

  • Evaluate screen resolution and match it to your preferences

  • Compare audio and port quality & buy on extended warranty

Features and budget are the two factors that you must keep in mind when selecting an LED TV from the new launches this year. Simplify this process by eliminating the need to worry about the price. You can shop from the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network, using the EMI Network Card and get a TV on No Cost EMIs. This network comprises over 43,000 retailers, both online and offline, which means that you are spoilt for choice. In addition, you don’t have to worry about hefty processing charges or down payment and you can make shopping stress-free by choosing a tenor of up to 24 months, and using up to Rs.4 lakh to shop for an LED TV.

What’s more, if you don’t already have an EMI Network Card, remember that applying for one is a matter of minutes. Apply online, get confirmation via SMS and show it at the store to avail benefits exclusive to the EMI Network. It is as easy as that.

But first, take a look at some features that you should keep in mind in order to select the best LED TV for your home.

Evaluate the ergonomics of the TV based on its screen size

First decide the area at home where you will place the TV. Since prices increase with screen size, this exercise will ensure you don’t go overboard. Measure the area carefully and then compare the various brand offerings within your size requirement. For example, if you decide on buying a 43-inch TV, check models from various brands accordingly.

Compare brands based on the screen resolution they offer

The resolution of a TV depends on the number of pixels that you see on the screen. This is a technical aspect, but checking this is a must while choosing a TV, as most of you will be connecting your TV to a D2H box. So, the channel projections will not give you desired picture quality if you choose a wrong resolution. To understand resolutions, compare brands based on the sharpness and pixel count. Going by the above example, the ideal pixel ratio for a 43-inch TV is 1920 X 1080 pixels. This ratio is also dependent on the position you occupy in front of the screen. LED TVs will give you better sharpness when you put the screen at least 10 feet ahead of your sitting position.

Weigh the audio quality of the TVs to choose the best

Sony as a brand is known for its superior sound quality, so be sure to consider Bravia TVs if you are looking for better audio. You can also compare brands based on categories like surround-sound capacity, and whether they have in-built Dolby or Atmos capabilities. For example, LG Smart LED TVs come with soccer mode, cinema mode, live streaming mode, etc. as variations. This allows you to switch on the mode based on the genre you are watching. This clarifies and adjusts the sharpness and colour for that mode along with enhanced sound.

Check for good connectivity and port capacity

Connectivity is a very important component to watch out for, when buying TVs. At present, you depend on a lot of devices to stream videos, content, and films. Thus, compatibility with all these devices is a must. HDMI ports are a primary requirement. Added to that, you need to check for cast compatibility and Bluetooth features. Buying a smart LED TV will help you balance these factors in the best way possible.

Buy TVs on extended warranty and with insurance cover

Securing your purchase is very important. This helps you protect your TV against basic wear and tear, and also safeguards you from spending high amounts on repairs. So, check and compare TV models based on the additional warranties they offer with your purchase. Now that you know the 5 features to consider when buying an LED TV on No Cost EMI, it’s time to shop from the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network without further ado!

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