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    Want to buy an HDTV.

    So, Please recommend some models that meets/exceed below requirements.

    1. At least 46'' to Max 55"
    2. Minimum 120hz refresh rate. Low input lag is preferable for some occasional gaming.
    3. At least 2 HDMI ports.

    Don't need 3d or built in wifi modem since ill use google chromecast.

    Budget 100K Max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Want to buy an HDTV.

    So, Please recommend some models that meets/exceed below requirements.

    1. At least 46'' to Max 55"
    2. Minimum 120hz refresh rate. Low input lag is preferable for some occasional gaming.
    3. At least 2 HDMI ports.

    Don't need 3d or built in wifi modem since ill use google chromecast.

    Budget 100K Max.
    Get Sony w805a 47" BUT it will exceed your budget by 16k
    42" will cost 88k
    Its a very good tv for the price with all the latest Sony gizmos

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    How about Panasonic / Samsung/ Sharp ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    How about Panasonic / Samsung/ Sharp ?
    Panasonic is good but not for BD.If anything goes wrong you might be in trouble since its rare.
    Samsung will be expensive but again it produces the best picture quality.Samsung's equivalent model of Sony Bravia W800 is Samsung F6800 and the 40'' will cost 100k+
    Sharp is crap

    Now u have to look below these models to fit your budget
    Sony R500A which is also a 3D tv
    47" 100k

    Samsung F5500
    46" 85k

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    Get the Samsung F6400.. you will also get 3D and an awesome remote. It has got everything you want. 46" Multiplan theke 100k er moton nibe

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    6400 95K akhon. Can any samsung user shed some bright light over Clear Motion Rate (CMR) value.

    Higher end models comes with higher CMR value. My eyes are really sensitive to judder when watching movies.

    So, I want to know whether higher CMR value alone is responsible for fluid motion or is there other variable/s that I need to take account of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    6400 95K akhon. Can any samsung user shed some bright light over Clear Motion Rate (CMR) value.

    Higher end models comes with higher CMR value. My eyes are really sensitive to judder when watching movies.

    So, I want to know whether higher CMR value alone is responsible for fluid motion or is there other variable/s that I need to take account of.
    I have gone through this CMR stuff a lot !
    First i got fooled when i got my first 3D tv (Sony NX720) its got 240hz CMR and believe me its not good for everything like playing games and 3D contents but its very good for watching movies.During playing games i noticed some judder,frame skipping,screen tearing etc so had to turn if off but again whats the point of this CMR if its annoying and 3D was not that enjoyable either.
    Then after many reviews and hands on expereince bought Samsung F8000 and its was different like night and day.This Tv got no screen tearing,frame skipping,judder in games when CMR is turned on and even 30fps looks like 60fps (smooth as butter) , 3D is the best one can experience and watching movies is a dream.Its just perfect.Now if u come to clouding then it can be whole different thing and it depends from panel to panel.

    I have tried LG LA8600 and it was another fantastic tv same as F8000 but the colors are not that vibrant and pictures not that crisp as samsung but the CMR worked well.NOW recently all Sony panels are made by LG so u can hope to get good CMR performance along with good 3D in Sony TVs also.

    Yes the higher the CMR value the better fluidity you get across all there platforms that is playing games,Watching movies and 3D contents.

    so overall
    1) Samsung
    2) LG / Sony (Lg panel)
    3) Sony (non Lg panel)

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    i m also gonna get 42 inch hd tv and goole some review found that sony w674 is a good one.
    Currently i have sony 46 inch old model lcd tv, which is by the way is a crap tv, my dell monitor is batter than that!!!
    Any one here have any hand one experience on sony w674.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    6400 95K akhon. Can any samsung user shed some bright light over Clear Motion Rate (CMR) value.

    Higher end models comes with higher CMR value. My eyes are really sensitive to judder when watching movies.

    So, I want to know whether higher CMR value alone is responsible for fluid motion or is there other variable/s that I need to take account of.
    as far as i know the tv supports 120 fps...in case of 3d 60 fps for each eye. so you are good to go. you won't find a better tv at this price and it also looks very nice. trust me... i made a mistake buying a bravia.

    i think cmr puts in virtual frames between the actual frames making the video look smoother but it increases input lag.
    Last edited by fahim1rocks; April 30th, 2014 at 02:43.

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    Games running at 30 fps but with higher CMR value seems really smooth. I've experienced this in person and It feels like u r playing at 60+ fps

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahim1rocks View Post
    as far as i know the tv supports 120 fps...in case of 3d 60 fps for each eye. so you are good to go. you won't find a better tv at this price and it also looks very nice. trust me... i made a mistake buying a bravia.

    i think cmr puts in virtual frames between the actual frames making the video look smoother but it increases input lag.
    u r correct. higher CMR values means more lag.

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    Who is the most reputed HDTV seller in dhaka atm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Who is the most reputed HDTV seller in dhaka atm?
    Chowdhury Electronics
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    I heard of another retailer from mirpur taltola! Can som1 recall the name of this retailer? Is it any better than chowdhury?

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    Sony W804 250,000/= at Sony Rangs(1 year parts guarantee) but 115,000 at Chowdhury Electronics !!! Can somebody pls explain what the hell is going on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Sony W804 250,000/= at Sony Rangs(1 year parts guarantee) but 115,000 at Chowdhury Electronics !!! Can somebody pls explain what the hell is going on?
    Tax Fraud
    they somehow manage to evade tax

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    Both Sony Rangs and Chowdhury is selling HDTV with open boxes (already opened at custom/quality check -- both of them gave me the same excuse)

    So, the question is .... "Can I trust Chowdhury eletronics?" any one with bad experience at Chowdhury electronics?

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    just bought the Sony W804A from chowdhury electronics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Both Sony Rangs and Chowdhury is selling HDTV with open boxes (already opened at custom/quality check -- both of them gave me the same excuse)

    So, the question is .... "Can I trust Chowdhury eletronics?" any one with bad experience at Chowdhury electronics?

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    just bought the Sony W804A from chowdhury electronics.
    Great buy
    Best bang for the buck
    as for trust i think they are good at least that what i felt talking to them.

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    Demoed both The w804a 47"and samsung f6400 46". Me and my wife quite instantly decided to go for the w804A. The passive 3d seemed really easy on eye compared to f6400's active 3d. The colors seemed neutral. Overall quite happy. Lets hope that the tv will last at least 5 years.

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    @minitt ...i will be buying a hdtv pretty soon and i have the same questions as you did...i am baffled by the price difference between the rangs showroom and the shops at multiplan center...

    are you happy with your purchase? does the product feel like original and how can you tell? does it have dead pixels on it and will they replace it if it does?

    what worries me most about purchasing from multiplan is their lack of led display panel warranty...do hdtv displays break down easily or they go the distance? rangs offers a 1 year parts warranty in addition to 5 years service warranty and i have been told that that is one of the reasons why they charge so much...if there is little chance of my display breaking down then i don't want to pay so much of extra money to rangs and i would rather buy it from multiplan...someone please shed some light on this!

    the shop next door (shan electronics) offered me a better deal on a particular model...is shan electronics a reputable dealer?
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