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Choose from the above TVs or look for your choice of LED TV on the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network.

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A bigger LED TV brings the entire family together, offering you a cinematic experience right in the comfort of your home. With a wider screen everyone in your family can enjoy superlative entertainment the way it’s meant to be viewed. However, if you’re hesitating to make a purchase this Dussehra to safeguard your festive season shopping budget, here’s some good news. Instead of saving to buy a television you can make use of special Dussehra offers and purchase your TV conveniently on EMI.

One the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network, you can shop for your choice of LED TV on No Cost EMIs. This means you will not need to pay anything above the purchase price when you start making repayments. Additionally, you can gain from exciting discounts and special offers that make your shopping even more inexpensive. Choose your preferred seller from over 60,000 partner stores in over 1,300 cities in India, and shop online or offline as per your convenience. All you need to do is use your EMI Network Card to pay. If you do not have one, you can avail in-store financing instantly, and pay by showing the SMS containing your pre-approved offer. You can also enter EMI Network Card details online and pay for your TV in easy instalments starting at just Rs.999 over a tenor ranging from 3 to 24 months as per your convenience.

Now that you know where to shop, take a look at the LED TVs you can choose from:

Sony 32-inch Bravia KLV-32R202F HD Ready LED TV

The Sony Bravia KLV-32R202F has a screen size of 32 inches giving you a comfortable viewing experience without taking up too much space in your home. It also has an HD Ready, 1366×768 pixel display resolution that brings every detail to life. This Sony TV also offers a clear resolution enhancer that converts low resolution images into full HD resolution while cutting out any additional noise. With a refresh rate of 50Hz, you need not worry about glitches that interfere with your entertainment. Also, with X-Protection PRO, your TV is protected from power fluctuations or short-circuits caused by moisture as well as any damage due to dust. You can enjoy clear and natural audio output owing to ClearPhase technology and you can also connect your Android phone to the TV and view your phone’s contents on a larger screen. Its connectivity is further amplified owing to a USB port and 2 HDMI ports.

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Sony 32-inch Bravia KLV-32R202F HD Ready LED Television

LG 43-inch 43LJ554T full HD LED Smart TV

With a display of 43 inches, this TV is ideal if you want an immersive entertainment experience in a large living room. Its full HD display resolution of 1920×1080 pixels adds to the quality of the video output, as does a refresh rate of 50Hz. Besides, this TV has all the features associated with a smart TV. With LG’s Virtual Surround, you can experience superlative audio output that has a surround-sound feel to it. In addition, the Color Master Engine enriches colours giving you detailed and vivid images. Furthermore, you can use the Magic Mobile Connection to stream movies or videos stored on your phone on to the big screen of your TV. Its connectivity features also include 2 HDMI ports and 1 USB port.

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LG 43-inch 43LJ554T full HD LED Smart Television

Samsung 32-inch M Series 32M4300 HD Ready LED Smart TV

This Samsung 32-inch TV has an HD Ready screen with a 1366×768 pixel display resolution and a superior refresh rate of 60Hz. You can enjoy excellent image quality courtesy of the Ultra Clean View and PurColor that ensures that the images feature colours that are true to life and as realistic as possible. Additionally, with Micro Dimming Pro technology you can enjoy deeper and richer blacks and whites on your screen no matter what content you view. This Samsung model is also a smart TV which means that it allows you to search for your favourite TV shows or movies and watch them on demand. You can also surf the internet, use Samsung Apps and even chat with your friends. The Samsung 32-inch M Series 32M4300 also has 2 HDMI ports and 1 USB port to give you adequate connectivity.

SANYO 49-inch XT-49S8100FS full HD IPS Smart LED TV
This Sanyo TV has a full HD screen with a display resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 60Hz. Although it comes equipped with excellent Dolby Digital HD quality surround sound, you can enhance your cinematic sound experience with its HDMI sound feature. This allows you to connect to an external home theatre system. With its reduced motion-blur you can enjoy a better picture quality and sharper images even when watching high-action content such as sports. With 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports you have all the connectivity you need to attach multiple devices to your TV and stream content on to it. You can also connect phone to your TV through wireless mirroring or connect your TV to Wi-Fi and expand your world of entertainment.

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SANYO 49-inch XT-49S8100FS full HD IPS Smart LED Television

So, choose from the above TVs or look for your choice of LED TV on the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network. You can also expedite the process of raising finance to ensure you don’t miss out on Dussehra offers by checking your pre-approved offer before you shop. Bajaj Finserv has pre-approved offers on personal loans, home loans, and other financial services, and you can check yours in under a minute by entering basic details online.

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Technology That Allows Real Time Fact-Check May be Here Soon

Adair stressed that his product is nonpartisan. He believes television networks will catch on at some point because they will realize that their viewers want quick fact-checking.

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Trump offers 'compromise' to end government shutdown. VOA

A Duke University team expects to have a product available for election year that will allow television networks to offer real-time fact checks onscreen when a politician makes a questionable claim during a speech or debate.

The mystery is whether any network will choose to use it.

The response to President Donald Trump’s Jan. 8 speech on border security illustrated how fact-checking is likely to be an issue over the next two years. Networks briefly considered not airing Trump live and several analysts contested some of his statements afterward, but nobody questioned him while he was speaking.

Duke already offers an app, developed by professor and Politifact founder Bill Adair, that directs users to online fact checks during political events. A similar product has been tested for television, but is still not complete.

The TV product would call on a database of research from Politifact, Factcheck.org and The Washington Post to point out false or misleading statements onscreen. For instance, Trump’s statement that 90 percent of the heroin that kills 300 Americans each week comes through the southern border would likely trigger an onscreen explanation that much of the drugs were smuggled through legal points of entry and wouldn’t be affected by a wall.

 

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Even Tim Graham, director of media analysis at the conservative Media Research Center, concedes that “we all understand that President Trump has a casual approach to factivity.” VOA

 

The Duke Tech & Check Cooperative conducted a focus group test in October, showing viewers portions of State of the Union speeches by Trump and predecessor Barack Obama with fact checks inserted. It was a big hit, Adair said.

“People really want onscreen fact checks,” he said. “There is a strong market for this and I think the TV networks will realize there’s a brand advantage to it.”

Networks mum

If that’s the case, the networks aren’t letting on. None of the broadcast or cable news divisions would discuss Duke’s product when contacted by The Associated Press, or their own philosophies on fact checking.

Network executives are likely to tread very carefully, both because of technical concerns about how it would work, the risk of getting something wrong or the suspicion that some viewers might consider the messages a political attack.

“It’s an incredibly difficult challenge,” said Mark Lukasiewicz, longtime NBC News executive who recently became dean of Hofstra University’s communications school.

Adair said the system will be automated. Mindful that many politicians repeat similar claims, the database will be triggered when code phrases that have been fact-checked before come up. An onscreen note would either explain that a claim is false or misleading and direct viewers to a website where they can find more information, or provide a succinct explanation of why it is being challenged. He envisions an average of one fact check popping up every two minutes. A network using the service would likely air the speech or debate on a delayed basis of about a minute.

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U.S. President Donald Trump. VOA

Lukasiewicz said network executives would likely be wary of letting an outside vendor decide what goes on their screen. Adair said anyone who uses the system would be given veto power over what information is being displayed.

CNN and MSNBC have been most aggressive in using onscreen notes, called chyrons, to counter misleading statements by Trump, although neither did during the border speech. Among the post-speech analyses, Shepard Smith’s rapid-fire reality check on Fox broadcast during the three-minute pause before Democrats spoke was particularly effective. But critics like the liberal watchdog Media Matters for America said anyone who turned the coverage off when Trump stopped speaking was exposed to no questioning of his words.

Complicated, cumbersome

“There is a responsibility to not just be a blind portal and just let things go unchallenged,” said David Bohrman, a former CNN Washington bureau chief who consulted on MSNBC’s 2016 election coverage. “The goal is a good one. The execution is a challenge.”

A technical junkie, Bohrman said he explored different approaches for real-time TV fact-checking while at CNN, but they ultimately proved too complicated and cumbersome.

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Network executives are likely to tread very carefully, both because of technical concerns about how it would work,. Wikimedia Commons

For networks, an incorrect onscreen fact-check would be a public relations disaster. Politicians also make many statements that a critic might question but isn’t necessarily factually incorrect. For example, Trump’s contention that there is a “crisis” at the southern border: Is that a fact or matter of interpretation?

Rest assured, people will be watching. Very carefully.

Even Tim Graham, director of media analysis at the conservative Media Research Center, concedes that “we all understand that President Trump has a casual approach to factivity.”

But conservatives are deeply suspicious that Trump’s words are being watched more carefully than those of Democrats. They will notice and take offense if Trump is corrected on the air much more than his rivals, he said, no matter if Trump actually makes more false or misleading statements.

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“People aren’t going to trust you,” he said, “because they know what the objective is. The objective is to ruin the president.”

Adair stressed that his product is nonpartisan. He believes television networks will catch on at some point because they will realize that their viewers want quick fact-checking.

“Anyone who criticizes will get criticized for criticizing,” Bohrman said. “But the reality is we may be able to help the viewers.” (VOA)