Best 42-43 inch (42″-43″) LED TV in India (2019) (including 43″ Smart TVs)

best 43 inch tv under rs 40000 in india

 

43 inch televisions between Rs 30,000-35,000

 

Panasonic TH-43F200DX

Panasonic TH-43FS600D

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Full HD, 1920 x 1080, 108cm (43) LED
  • Refresh rate
    100Hz
  • Brightness
    280 nits
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    No
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    2 x HDMI, 1 x USB
  • Audio
    8W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    8.7 kg
Pros and Cons
  • Ports
  • Audio
  • Brightness

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TCL L43P6US LED TV

TCL 43P6US LED TV

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD (UHD), 3840 x 2160 (4K), 109cm (43) LED
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    N/A
  • Memory
    8GB storage
    1.5GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    2x HDMI, 1 x USB, WiFi
  • Brightness
    N/A
  • Audio
    8W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    N/A
Pros and Cons
  • HDR
  • Ports
  • Audio

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Panasonic TH-43FS601D

Panasonic TH-43FS600D

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Full HD, 1920 x 1080, 108cm (43) LED
  • Refresh rate
    50Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Custom
  • Memory
    N/A
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    9 kg
Pros and Cons
  • Smart TV

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Vu 43SU128 LED TV

Vu Android 43SU128

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD 4K, 3840 x 2160, 108cm (43) LED
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Android 8.0
  • Memory
    16GB storage
    2.5GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB, WiFi, Ethernet
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    9.6kg
Pros and Cons
  • Resolution
  • Android TV

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LG 43LJ548T

LG 49LJ523T TV

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Full HD, 1920 x 1080, 108cm (43) LED
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    No
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    2 x HDMI, 1 x USB
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2017
  • Weight
    8.4kg
Pros and Cons
  • Ports

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LG LH576T

LG 49LJ523T TV

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Full HD, 1920 x 1080, 108cm (43) LED
  • Refresh rate
    50Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    webOS
  • Memory
    N/A
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    2 x HDMI, 1 x USB
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2016
  • Weight
    N/A
Pros and Cons
  • Smart TV
  • Ports

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Samsung 43K5002

Samsung 43K5002

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Full HD, 1920 x 1080, 108cm (43) LED
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    No
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 1 x USB
  • Audio
    7W x 2
  • Launch year
    2016
  • Weight
    9.5kg
Pros and Cons
  • Audio
  • Overpriced

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Samsung 43M5100

Samsung 43M5100

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Full HD, 1920 x 1080, 108cm (43) LED
  • Refresh rate
    50Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    No
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    2 x HDMI, 1 x USB
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2017
  • Weight
Pros and Cons
  • Overpriced

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Suggestions:
If you usually use a TV for only normal TV viewing, 1080p TVs are more than adequate. Given the lack of 4K content, spending the extra money for a resolution that you won’t even use doesn’t make much sense. Also, for a 43 inch TV, 1080p is apt.

Some of the manufacturers offer identical specifications for the same price. We would ideally pick the cheaper one if the manufacturing year is the same. Usually, there’s some advancement in the panel technology every year, so in case they are from different years, we’d prefer the newer one. However, it’s not always the case and the benefits are not that great. We advise going for the newer one if the price gap isn’t too great.

As for the decision between smart and non-smart TV, we’d say the cheaper smart TVs from domestic brands don’t usually have all the apps you’ll need (no Amazon Prime or Hotstar). In that case, you’d likely buy a Chromecast or Fire TV. So getting the smart TV would be, well, not that good a spend of the extra money. Still, if the difference isn’t too great, you can consider getting the smart version.

Also, look for TVs with HDMI ARC if you plan to plug in a home theater system. Otherwise, you’d be stuck with 2.1 support on an aux cable.

Lastly, the refresh rates are more of a market gimmick. The two rates that are usually standard are 50/60Hz and 100/120Hz. Everything above is generally a lie (sort of).

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