TV in India 2014

View TV in India. Total 511 TV available in India online. TV are available in Indian markets starting at Rs.1,000. The lowest price model is PANASONIC LCD TV TH-L32C22D INVERTER-BOARD Part Code N0DG2CF00001PULLED*. Most popular TV is Micromax LED32K316 LED TV priced at Rs. 19,760. The current top TV in India are Micromax LED32K316 LED TV, Samsung 40F5500 LED Television, Philips 42PFL6577 LED 42 inches Full HD DDB TV, Sony KDL-32EX650 LED 32 inches Full HD TV, Sony BRAVIA Full HD LED TV 42" KDL-42W650A. The online price was last updated on 16 Apr, 2014 and is valid across Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune and Kolkotta for online purchases.

Television is a necessity of the day and one of the most prominent inventions of the world. Used as one of the most common medium of communication today, television has made its place in every household, all around the world. When ascribed it as a medium of communication, the communication here does not refer to the one-to-one transmission of data but the delivery of information to the masses. The information objective has now shifted more to the entertainment side. A television is widely used for transmitting and receiving moving images accompanied by sound, which in general are called ‘videos’ that are delivered through TV in the form of songs and movies, etc. Moreover, in the fast moving world, it has grown to become a medium of escape for a large number of people. In the year 1862, a scientist named Abbe Giovanni Caselli invented the Pantelegraph that became the first device to transmit still images over the wires. About a decade later, May and Smith experimented with the possibilities to transform images into electronic signals. With the beginning of 1880s, many people started exploring possibilities regarding the transmission of images, among which was a German scientist who created simplistic moving images with the use of a filtered light, viewed through a spinning disk. And thus was laid the foundation of the modern day television, and now amazing technological innovations give us the options of Sony BRAVIA X Series 4K Ultra-HD 3D LED TV 84" KD-84X9000, which of date is the most expensive TV available online in India.

The year 1920 was the period when many scientists tried their hands at sending still images using radio waves, but it was not before 1928 that General Electric became the first entity to combine the idea of a device capable of showing moving images along with the technology to broadcast them without wires. During the 30s and 40s, the technology saw huge improvements with America having its first regular broadcast in 1939, but the television was not adopted as a common home appliance, until the end of Second World War. In the year 1940, Peter Goldmark invented the first color television with 343 lines of resolution. It took about 8 years for the introduction of cable television and thereafter, it came to Pennsylvania. In the year 1962, AT&T launched Telstar that was the first satellite to carry TV broadcasts. Marking a date in history, the first transmission was made from the moon on 20 July 1969, which was viewed by 600 million people. By the end of 1972, Color TV became the most sought after machine to have taken its place in more than half of the households. Not before the early 2000s, did the public and commercial broadcasters progressively introduce digital television broadcasting technology.

Television in India has been available in markets for almost four decades now. In the initial years, which counted for almost 17-18 years, television did not spread rapidly but merely lumbered on and faced hiccups along the way. The earliest transmission was in black and white only. During that period, under colonial rule, it was considered a luxury that Indians could very well have done without. It has come to the forefront in the last two decades only. The year 1982 had become the most important year in the history of Indian television; this was the time when the government allowed thousands of color televisions to be imported to receive the broadcast of the Asian Games that were hosted in New Delhi. Since then, the industry has seen great developments and today, India is considered as one of the largest prospective television markets, in terms of viewership. Also, the TV industry has become the most flourishing sector among the many consumer electronics in India. It would not be wrong to say that the Indian television industry is the one driven by technology and is the reason why companies constantly strive to improve, innovate and customize their products. The television manufacturing industry has a come a long way from the previous generation’s hugely sized, black and white TV sets to the present day’s extremely thin Plasma and LCD TV. The year 1991-92 saw a decline in the demand for television, but soon started to grow with the liberalization policy. With the change in government policies, many new players entered the market and the prices of goods like 'picture tubes' decreased, raising the demand for televisions. This was the period when foreign companies introduced satellite broadcasting in the Indian market. The major reasons for the Multi National Corporations (MNCs) to turn their way towards India were low cost skilled labor, tax free zones, constant supply base for glass and colour picture tubes and low rates of taxes, etc. The sale of televisions in India can be regarded as been ‘event driven’; for instance, during the Cricket World Cup of 1999, TV sales recorded an amazing growth of 40-50%. The MNCs always had an edge over the Indian companies, in terms of technology, marketing strategies, branding through international events, etc.

The last few years have seen many developments in TV technology and software, both in quantitative as well as qualitative terms. With the ever-changing digital media and technology, the television industry is now self sufficient to cater to the changing tastes and needs of the market. Presently, companies like LG, Sony, Samsung, Philips, Videocon, Panasonic, etc., are among the top players of the market. Out of these players, Videocon has always been regarded as a price player, for it manufactures its own components and targets the low and mid profile customers. Onida is the brand famous for its advertising strategy using a ‘Devil’ and hailed for having the first non-serious approach to regular television with the introduction of Candy, Samsung came up as a new price player wherein, more emphasis was laid on it being a global brand and it took over the likes of Videocon, Onida and BPL. LG came up as another brand for low and medium profile customers while understanding the finer differences in consumer motivations.

People shop, and people research before shopping. But hardly does anyone have time enough to research for things, more so for an extensive research. This brings in the need of online shopping, which allows consumers to explore the market, research and finally shop online at the comfort of their cozy homes. There are many online retailers selling all the brands of TVs available in India. In fact, some brands also offer their TVs for online shopping in India, thus giving all the comfort to their consumers.

Popular TV

Televisions have become the necessity of the day as they have reached a level where they can be referred to as a great medium of escape for many. Television is responsible for allowing people to connect with the outside world, for it helps people to know what is going on around the world let alone about their own country. Television is such an important and undetachable part of every household that it is not very hard to determine its popularity. There was a time, when television served as a medium of transmitting information to the masses, but now, has grown to become a source of entertainment. As there are many brands selling a huge variety of televisions in India, it becomes difficult for the users to make a good buying decision easily. To help in this process, many brands now provide the facility of online purchase of televisions that allow the users to check, compare and choose the right TV while sitting in the comfort of their homes. Among the many televisions available in India, Micromax LED32K316 LED TV is the most popular TV available online in India.

Expensive TV

With technology changing every minute, things keep on changing as well. Digital media is one of the most expensive technologies that raise the prices of every device that runs on it and television being a part of it is no exception. The general things that one can notice in a highly priced television are, it must be offering a high picture contrast ratio, the screen size is large or the speakers are great and technologically sound. Each of these features adds on to the cost of a TV and especially every inch increasees in the screen size. The Sony BRAVIA X Series 4K Ultra-HD 3D LED TV 84" KD-84X9000 is one of the most expensive TVs available online in India at a price of Rs. 15.94 lakh, which when compared to other TVs seems expensive but with the features that it comes imbibed with, makes it worthy and sure to take the TV viewing experience to a different level.

Cheap TV

Long gone is the time when television sets were a status symbol, and now it is much more of a necessity. Everyone wishes to get the best at the lowest price and this is the reason that inspite of the presence of low price CRT TV, people look forward to buying LCD TV in India, when they find an LCD in budget, they look for an LED TV and this goes on and on. For quite a long time, every single electronic equipment manufacturer has been trying to bring out low cost, technologically advanced televisions for the budget conscious segment of the market, and with the recent developments in technology, it has become a reality. PANASONIC LCD TV TH-L32C22D INVERTER-BOARD Part Code N0DG2CF00001PULLED* is one among the low priced TV available online in India. This low price TV model is available at just Rs.1,000. The most prominent characteristics, which allows one to distinguish between it and a high priced TV is the screen size.

Top 5 TV

Since there have always been so many brands in the Indian television market fighting to bag the top position, it is very hard to find the best out of the best. The Indian consumer market is a vast one, fragmented into many small ones based on spending power, specific requirements, location and many more. This is the reason why it is the consumers who decide what is best, basing our below list on viewer's preference, we below present a list of top 5 TVs available online in India: Micromax LED32K316 LED TV, Samsung 40F5500 LED Television, Philips 42PFL6577 LED 42 inches Full HD DDB TV, Sony KDL-32EX650 LED 32 inches Full HD TV, Sony BRAVIA Full HD LED TV 42" KDL-42W650A.

Latest TV

It would not be wrong to say that televisions are the most-sought-after and technologically advanced devices in the country and why not, after all these are the devices that enjoy the biggest market in the country. Every brand keeps on bringing out new televisions, every now and then, to assure their position in the mainstream consumer market. Working on the same objective, recently came Sony BRAVIA Full HD LED TV 32 inches KDL-32W700B, which is the latest TV available for sale online in India and the technology, features and characteristics of this device makes it the most desirable of all.

Upcoming TV

Electronic equipment industry is one, which runs on new launches only. It is considered a way to put up the best of what a brand can offer and gain higher market share. Another reason, why every electronics brand keep on announcing new products is, it helps to keep their brand name in the news and with a similar thought in mind. The device is technologically advanced and rich in features, making it fully capable of capturing the market as soon as it is brought out.

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