VU 65 inch tv worth it?

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Should i buy vu tv 65 inch which will cost around 65000. Is the brand good and service. Pls review

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Size of room you will be using it in?
Do you have a HD TV connection?
Speed of internet?
How far will you be seated from TV?

Answering these will help suggest better

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raghupro wrote:

Size of room you will be using it in?
Do you have a HD TV connection?
Speed of internet?
How far will you be seated from TV?

Answering these will help suggest better

Room size: 11*11
Still I do not have any TV and so no channels.
Will take Jio broadband and their TV channels.
Can sit around 6-8 feet to watch.

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Akash115 wrote:

Room size: 11*11
Still I do not have any TV and so no channels.
Will take Jio broadband and their TV channels.
Can sit around 6-8 feet to watch.

Then 65" is an overkill, go for a 50" TV ideally and prefer a Sony or Samsung if you really have the budget rather than going for a 65" VU TV.

Do make sure you get a HD connection or if you intend to use streaming services only then ensure you have a good router and at least a 40 mbps broadband connection ideally. Also, if possible connect a cable using ethernet port than using WiFi, can generate lot more stable and better speeds from router this way.

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raghupro wrote:

Then 65" is an overkill, go for a 50" TV ideally and prefer a Sony or Samsung if you really have the budget rather than going for a 65" VU TV.

Do make sure you get a HD connection or if you intend to use streaming services only then ensure you have a good router and at least a 40 mbps broadband connection ideally. Also, if possible connect a cable using ethernet port than using WiFi, can generate lot more stable and better speeds from router this way.

Thanks.
What about 55" OLED tv?

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Akash115 wrote:

Thanks.
What about 55" OLED tv?

The major problem with having a large TV for small rooms is that the images look too pixelated even on HD DTH channels. Streaming Full HD or 4k content from streaming services would look amazing though, so in case you would like to rely more on streaming content than DTH you can opt for 55" at max else restrict to 50".

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Unless you view it from a distance of 15-20 feet, better go for a smaller TV.

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I would say go for it. I have a 55 VU tv which I have been using for 2.8 years now. No problems and it runs great. If you buy a sony/Samsung 65 incher it will cost you more than double the amount.

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If you want to pay extra for the brand name go for sony. Else vu is good company and also service is good. Using 40" LED TV since 3years. Also suggest you to warranty extension as vu provide extension of max 5 years.

You can easily buy 60" vu tv + 1yr included warranty + 4yr extended warranty under the price of any other big brand tv of size 40" to 50" Max.

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raghupro wrote:

Size of room you will be using it in?
Do you have a HD TV connection?
Speed of internet?
How far will you be seated from TV?

Answering these will help suggest better

Size – not sure.
Will buy jio hd connection or tata sky hd
Internet also will take jio giga fibre
Seated 9 feet from tv

Thinking of going for 55 inch. Is this Okay ?

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