Budget QLED 55" TV with eARC support

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Kindly suggest Budget options for  QLED 55" TV with eARC support.

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Dunno if you would consider ~50k as budget options but check these two by OEMs with HDMI 2.1/eARC

1. Mi Q1 @ ~45K

2. iFFALCON H72 @ 45K / TCL C725 @ ~42K

From top-tier options, Samsung Frame 2021 @ ~73k [No Dolby Vision and OS is Tizen]

PS: Wait for Sep 23 midnight 

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@getready hi anna, i have purchased the below items, kindly suggest which one is VFM in terms of quality output and after sales support, thank you. <whatever you know that you can share pls>

1. https://www.flipkart.com/iffalcon-h72-139-cm-55...

2. https://www.amazon.in/Hisense-inches-Bezelless-...

iFFalcon H72 is QLED TV while Hisense A6H is IPS. QLED panels offer better colors, contrast and viewing angle are decent too while IPS panels suck at contrast (Remaining specs seem to be identical among the two)

After sales service will be more or less the same for both of these (OEMs) .. nothing great but they should be able to fix the devices without long delay (+ Spares availability shouldn't be an issue for popular models + Since these are the manufacturers themselves). Hisense is offering 3 years warranty on select TVs (including A6H).. incase the brand cannot fix the device.. u might end up getting a replacement or even a refund (For TCL/iFFalcon it is just 1 year and i'm unsure if they offer extended warranty)

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getready wrote:

iFFalcon H72 is QLED TV while Hisense A6H is IPS. QLED panels offer better colors, contrast and viewing angle are decent too while IPS panels suck at contrast (Remaining specs seem to be identical among the two)

After sales service will be more or less the same for both of these (OEMs) .. nothing great but they should be able to fix the devices without long delay (+ Spares availability shouldn't be an issue for popular models + Since these are the manufacturers themselves). Hisense is offering 3 years warranty on select TVs (including A6H).. incase the brand cannot fix the device.. u might end up getting a replacement or even a refund (For TCL/iFFalcon it is just 1 year and i'm unsure if they offer extended warranty)

@getready

Thanks a lot please for sharing your thoughts, this will definitely help me.

Have purchased one assist 3 years warranty for iffalcon qled tv, please share if you have claim related experience with oneAssist or in general any renowned 3rd party warranty provider. And Sound output wise which is better as I don't want to purchase separate speaker set, kindly guide me.
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guru_hot wrote:
@getready

Thanks a lot please for sharing your thoughts, this will definitely help me.

Have purchased one assist 3 years warranty for iffalcon qled tv, please share if you have claim related experience with oneAssist or in general any renowned 3rd party warranty provider. And Sound output wise which is better as I don't want to purchase separate speaker set, kindly guide me.
I don't have any personal claim experience with third party extended warranty/insurance for appliances but seems to me that OneAssist is official partner of Flipkart for these like it is Acko for Amazon. Claims/Repairs should be okay as long as there's no physical damage.
About speakers, both got basic stereo speakers (24w,20w).. While not comparable to stereo soundbars (~5k).. Clarity should be okay & loud enough for a medium sized rooms (I got a TV with 30W speakers in the living room and the majority of the times volume is below 50%) 
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getready wrote:
I don't have any personal claim experience with third party extended warranty/insurance for appliances but seems to me that OneAssist is official partner of Flipkart for these like it is Acko for Amazon. Claims/Repairs should be okay as long as there's no physical damage.
About speakers, both got basic stereo speakers (24w,20w).. While not comparable to stereo soundbars (~5k).. Clarity should be okay & loud enough for a medium sized rooms (I got a TV with 30W speakers in the living room and the majority of the times volume is below 50%) 
Many thanks bro for the info. namasthe.
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