1. Japanese company Sanyo enters India with affordable TV sets

Japanese company Sanyo enters India with affordable TV sets

With an aim to bring luxury viewing experience at an affordable price for the Indian customers, Japan-based Sanyo has unveiled a new range of budget LED TVs.

By: | New Delhi | Published: August 11, 2016 6:23 PM
A plain-looking TV with thin black bezels all round, it provides a seamless transition from one scene to another without any blurring thanks to the "Reduced Motion" feature. (Source: Reuters) A plain-looking TV with thin black bezels all round, it provides a seamless transition from one scene to another without any blurring thanks to the “Reduced Motion” feature. (Source: Reuters)

With an aim to bring luxury viewing experience at an affordable price for the Indian customers, Japan-based Sanyo has unveiled a new range of budget LED TVs.

The new Sanyo’s LED IPS TV range with four models — 49-inch XT-49S7100F full-HD TV priced at Rs 34,990; 43-inch XT-43S7100F full-HD TV for Rs 24,990; 32-inch XT-32S7100F full-HD TV at Rs 17,990; and 32-inch XT-32S7000H HD TV for Rs 14,990 — are now available for purchase in the country, company sources told IANS on Thursday.

The 49-inch XT-49S7100F full-HD LED IPS TV comes with A+ grade panel and is packed with features like reduced motion blur and noise reduction.

In terms of connectivity, the TV offers two HDMI, two USB, one VGA, 3.5mm audio jack and produces 8W audio output.

A plain-looking TV with thin black bezels all round, it provides a seamless transition from one scene to another without any blurring thanks to the “Reduced Motion” feature.

With the HDMI Sound Out feature, you can connect an external home theatre system to your Sanyo TV and control it with the TV remote.

The sound is best suited for dialogues, vocals, less complicated tracks.

“Considering the price, the Sanyo models offers decent combination of picture quality and audio on a larger canvas,” the company added.

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  1. Biren Behera
    Sep 30, 2017 at 7:51 pm
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    1. Biren Behera
      Sep 30, 2017 at 7:49 pm
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        biemes
        Aug 10, 2017 at 9:05 am
        For FE to help me: Where is Sanyo making TV in India located? Is it a part of Panasonic India company? Please tell by an early email address, Telephone No and email ID of Sanyo/Panasonic India. Also name of responsible person in the company. Thanks
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          biemes
          Aug 10, 2017 at 9:00 am
          Sanyo service technician, Arvind tried to switch the TV ON today (9/8/17) at 1200 hrs. He could not switch it ON by remote or TV buttons. He opened the TV back side to check connections on the mother board and has taken pictures of it. Thereafter once again he could not switch it ON. It should be obvious that the TV has some defect and is dead as of now. I never had an experience of TV not working within a matter of 10 days after installing it. This is my first bad experience and that too with a well known b like Sanyo whose products I have used in the past. I once again sincerely request Sanyo India to immediately replace this TV with new properly working SANYO TV XT43S8100FS. Please let me know when this will be done.
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          1. Krishan Kumar Maurya
            Jul 28, 2017 at 11:06 pm
            some of other manufacturers are giving three years warranty for the similar products
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