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LED TVs come in all sizes, with a popular range being between 32-inch to 85-inches. Yes you get TVs smaller and larger than those sizes, but they’re not as popular as this range. One of the most popular sizes is the 65-inch TVs which are optimal for a reasonably-sized living room in India, where the distance between the TV and the seating is seven feet. In order to help you narrow down your search we’ve shortlisted four 65-inch TVs that you should definitely look at before you buy one. They are all 4K UHD Smart TVs.
Sony is well known as a manufacturer of LED TVs, and their Bravia range needs no introduction to anyone. This TV has a whopping 178 degree viewing angle, which means that you’ll get the same sharp image clarity no matter where in the room you’re sitting. Like almost all smart TVs, this one also runs Android, which means it has all of the regular apps inbuilt – Voice Search, Chromecast, Google Play Store, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, etc. This TV boasts a lot of Sony technology, including the X1 4K processor, the Triluminos display, Motion Flow XR and 4K HDR, all of which should give you a crisp and clear viewing experience. It’s not just built for visuals, but also with good sound performance in mind, thanks to the bass reflex speakers that can output an impressive 20 watts of sound. You get three HDMI ports, and two USB ports to connect external devices to. Thanks to the narrow bezels and the slim blade stand with concealed cables, this TV will look just as good when it's turned off!
This 65-inch TV has a refresh rate of 60 hz, and has 3 HDMI ports to connect up all of your devices. It’s also got 2 USB ports to hook up hard drives or flash drives to play downloaded content. This smart TV has voice control so you don’t need to hold the remote in your hands to do things with it. It’s got an impressive 30 watts of audio output which is not bad for TV speakers. It has access to all of the standard apps inbuilt, including Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. With a contrast ratio of 5000:1 and Dolby Audio, this TV will please both your eyes and your ears.
LG uses their own WebOS as the software for their TVs which is pretty good and has a lot of support for apps. One of the best things about LG TVs is their Magic remotes which allow you to control a cursor on the screen by waving your hand around. This way you don’t need to keep clicking a button to get to the option at the bottom of a menu, you just point the remote at the bottom and that’s where the cursor goes. This makes it a lot easier to achieve certain tasks, such as type out your username and password for Netflix or any other web service, or when you’re typing out an app name to search for it on the LG store. It also makes it easy to bring up, say, Google Assistant and just tell it what to do. The only problem is that the magic remote is sold separately from this TV, which is a shame. What you do get in the box is a very good TV that offers a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees and a dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000,000:1. With 20 watts of DTS Virtual: X sound output, the TV is good for listening to movies, talk shows and the like. It has 3 HDMI ports and 2 USb ports to allow you to hook up devices to it, and the Quad Core processor inside this TV will playback 4K video from flash storage.
Although a Japanese brand (usually considered a good thing itself because of the reliability of Japanese manufacturing), Sanyo assembles this TV in India, which is an additional boon to those looking to support the Make in India initiative. This TV is Google certified, and runs Android 9 Pie, which means you get access to the latest apps for your TV from the Android Play Store. Powered by a quad core CPU and 2 GB of RAM, this TV should easily play everything you throw at it, including TV games from the Play Store. You also have voice search inbuilt thanks to Google Assistant integration, and getting to it is really easy thanks to the dedicated Google Assistant button right in the middle of the remote. The remote also features dedicated buttons for popular services such as Netflix, YouTube, Zee5 and Google Play. With Dolby Digital sound and HDMI ARC to make it easy to connect a sound bar, getting good sound quality should not be a problem at all. In fact you can use the Audio Link Bluetooth technology to use the TV as speakers for your phone, and even switch off the display and use only the TVs speakers!
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