65-inch QLED TVs for amazing HDR experience on Amazon India

By Siddharth Parwatay | Published 27 Sep 2021 14:33 IST
65-inch QLED TVs for amazing HDR experience on Amazon India
65-inch QLED TVs for amazing HDR experience on Amazon India

For the best home entertainment experience, your big-screen TV should also have the right panel type like QLED and visual enhancement features like HDR.

The ideal TV for your home entertainment system needs to have more than just a big display. If you want no compromises on immersion, go for a 65-inch display. A large display also needs to be complemented by the right panel type. A Quantum-LED or QLED panel offers great picture quality for all your favourite shows and movies. Combine that with support for HDR standards, and what you get is a visually rich and immersive entertainment setup at home. Here are some TVs available on Amazon which meet all of these requirements while also including a great combination of features and specifications.

Samsung 163 cm (65 inches) The Frame Series 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV QA65LS03AAKLXL

The Frame QLED TV from Samsung allows you to change its look anytime with magnetic bezels that are easy to switch. With its Art Mode, you can pick from a range of artwork and photographs to appear on the TV when you’re not watching anything on it. This makes it a visually stunning addition to your living room. The design features a height-adjustable stand, which lets you increase the height from the surface and make room for a soundbar as needed. Its Motion sensor turns off the display when you’re not in the room to save energy. The TV adjusts its brightness and colours with an ambient light sensor for the best visual experience in any environment.

TCL Smart QLED TV 65C815

The full-screen design of TCL Smart QLED TV 65C815 uses minimal bezels for a high degree of immersion. With Dolby Vision and HDR 10+ technology, every scene is enhanced for the best visual results with supported content. The TV features an Android operating system, including the Google Play Store, which lets you install a wide range of apps for your needs. Support for Google Assistant and voice commands enables hands-free operation. Its powerful in-built audio system can deliver enough volume for most everyday content. When you need something more for a cinematic feel, the Dolby Atmos Audio support aims to meet that expectation. 

Samsung Smart QLED TV QA65Q60TAKXXL

The Samsung Smart QLED TV QA65Q60TAKXXL comes with a 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution display and 20 watts audio speakers. A sleek frame makes the TV an attractive part of any room you place it in. Minimal bezels boost your immersion, and the remote is quite comfortable to hold and operate. The TV feature supports HDR10+ and is powered by Samsung’s Quantum Processor Lite. The Dolby Digital Plus support further ensures immersive experience for compatible shows and movies. The TV supports Apple AirPlay 2 and Google Assistant and thus can seamlessly pair with most smartphones. 

TCL 163.9 (65 inches) 4K Ultra HD Certified Android Smart QLED TV 65C725

The TCL 65C725 TV features MEMC (Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation) technology which avoids motion blur in fast-paced action sequences. Its AiPQ Engine feature upscales and optimises visuals and audio according to the environment. With Onkyo speakers built-in, the audio generated by the TV delivered a cinematic experience in your living room. This is further enhanced with Dolby Atmos and DTS-HD support for compatible content. The TV features a video call camera and popular video conferencing apps such as Google Duo. This allows it to function as a communication hub for your living room. It features Android 11 and the Google Play Store that lets you access a broad variety of apps for various requirements. 


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