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    hello guys,
    I need a Split AC to plug it in the room that is of 7 X 2.8m = 19.6sq metre (214sq feet) area and 10 feet high in dimension. The room is full of windows and a balcony door on one side of 7m length. So full of sunlight comes direct to the room. Also, suggest me which wall I should plug it.
    The price should less than 35,000 because I can't exceed my budget. Star rating doesn't matter in my case, you know what I mean so hells yeah! for even 1 star. The main point is it should have an awesome cooling performance and decent service because last time I used Onida split AC which blow away due to poor service.
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    Default Re: Buying a 2.0 Ton Split AC

    go for Ogeneral for best performance and above average power consumption

    or Hitachi for good performance and low power consumption..
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    Default Re: Buying a 2.0 Ton Split AC

    Hitachi sounds good.
    Though I would suggest you the General for quiet and best performance. But it may cost above your budget and sure its worth it.
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    Default Re: Buying a 2.0 Ton Split AC

    What about Carrier Durakool 2.0 ton AC coz my uncle can get me in the cost price ??
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    Default Re: Suggest 2.0 Ton Split AC

    i have godrej,works pretty well

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    Best performance ogeneral a/c
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    Default Re: Suggest 2.0 Ton Split AC

    posting same thing twice won't help. and that also in wrong section won't help at all. have patience
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    Default Re: Suggest 2.0 Ton Split AC

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    posting same thing twice won't help. and that also in wrong section won't help at all. have patience
    alright

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    Best performance ogeneral a/c
    O-General is out of my budget

    I repeat the room that is of 7 X 2.8m = 19.6sq metre (214sq feet) area and 10 feet high in dimension. The room is full of windows and a balcony door on one side of 7m length. So full of sunlight comes direct to the room. Also, suggest me which wall I should plug it.
    The price should less than 35,000 because I can't exceed my budget. Star rating doesn't matter in my case.

    How is Carrier 2.0ton performance in comparison to hitachi 2.0 ton ??
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    Dude i have been using blue star split ac..its really awesome..gives great cooling..and service is slightly expensive (950 for one visit) but really great..i think carrier are also great and even try voltas..

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    Quote Originally Posted by imrocking_since92 View Post
    Dude i have been using blue star split ac..its really awesome..gives great cooling..and service is slightly expensive (950 for one visit) but really great..i think carrier are also great and even try voltas..
    What's the name of the model and how much it costs?
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    Sorry not much info about ACs atm. I live in Bangalore
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    I have a LG 2 Ton Don't remember The Model But The External unit Would Be Verry Large So Be Prepared For It :grim:
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    Default Re: Buying a 2.0 Ton Split AC

    Finally, after knowing so much about split ACs I concluded two Models of 2.0 ton of my budget:
    Samsung Max AS241UBJ 2.0 TR (22200 Btu/hr)
    Carrier Durakool Hi-wall Split 2.0 ton (23100 Btu/hr)

    Which one should I go for and why??
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    I'll advice u to go for 2 ton Hitachi, O general and Bluestar. But I think ur budget is issue. I'll recommend u to go for assemble/customize one. I'm sure it will come in your budget. And I bet u will not regret by investing on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manoj_299 View Post
    I'll advice u to go for 2 ton Hitachi, O general and Bluestar. But I think ur budget is issue. I'll recommend u to go for assemble/customize one. I'm sure it will come in your budget. And I bet u will not regret by investing on this.
    What about Carrier?
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    Quote Originally Posted by manoj_299 View Post
    I'll advice u to go for 2 ton Hitachi, O general and Bluestar. But I think ur budget is issue. I'll recommend u to go for assemble/customize one. I'm sure it will come in your budget. And I bet u will not regret by investing on this.
    what about the power consumption?

    No doubt these assembled one are lil cheaper and cooling is very good.. but they are nt more than 2 star..
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    Quote Originally Posted by pulkitpopli2004 View Post
    what about the power consumption?

    No doubt these assembled one are lil cheaper and cooling is very good.. but they are nt more than 2 star..
    I already told you, that power consumption deoesn't matter for me. I am okay, with even 1 star. I just need performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pulkitpopli2004 View Post
    what about the power consumption?

    No doubt these assembled one are lil cheaper and cooling is very good.. but they are nt more than 2 star..
    Power consumption depend on the heat/temperature outside the room where outdoor unit is running. Star rating are given in standard running condition like some 2 wheeler bike claim to give 100 kmpl. But in real road condition it fail to do so. So power consumption by AC depend on some factors such as: Indoor+Outdoor temperature, room size etc. If outdoor temperature is 45 and you want AC to achieve 22º C then it will utilize Max current if it is 2 Ton AC it may consume 13 to 14 Amps in that peak time and non stop. My Windows AC was fitted in 210 Aqft room earlier and there it was taking 11-12 Amps but now I shifted it to 100 Sqft flat and I check current is 8-9 AMPS. Not much difference by star rating if you invest and dont get cooling according to you and saving only electricity. If compressor is well enough to transfer hear effieiently and quickly then it will achieve the targeted temperature much earlier and shut compressor to save electricity.

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    hey guy can you help me too? i wanna buy two ac's on 0.75/0.9 and on 1.5/2 ton ac what ac's would you recommend ? i'm buying them together so not very pricey ac's. but do not sacrifice performance wise.

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    ^^whatz your budget?
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    my freind bought a 2 ton split ac for voltas(2 star), it cost his rs 33,500 from great eastern, kolkata. You can check that out too, the carrier was coming for 38500.

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