Vision Plus 18.5" LED TV-DVD- HD Sat Receiver
- 18.5” LED TV & DVD Player
- Free To Air HD Satellite
- Integrated DVD player
- 12V – 24V (Internal Power System) and 240V Mains
- LED technology - lower power consumption
The Vision Plus Portable LED TV has been specifically designed for those on the move with features like: Specifically designed for portable use. FREEVIEW Free To Air HD Satellite Integrated carry handle and stand. 12v/24v and mains power. Low power consumption. Quick tune facility. USB record and pause live TV. Lightweight slimline design. Key Features 18.5” LED TV & DVD Player FREEVIEW Free To Air HD Satellite Integrated DVD player 12V – 24V (Internal Power System) and 240V Mains LED technology - lower power consumption Unique design with carry handle stand Lightweight slim design Low power usage - < 1.8 Amps on 12v SD Card Reader HD ready with HDMI connection 7 day electronic TV guide CI slot - capability to subscribe to pay TV channels Wall mountable VESA Standard Simple to use functions eg. Quick Tune USB PVR (Record FREEVIEW TV only) PAUSE FREEVIEW TV for viewing convenience Record programs (FREEVIEW) when TV is in standby 7 day pre-programmable record Display Screen Size - 18.5" (47cm) LED Backlight Wide Viewing Angles - 170(H) x 160(V) Resolution - 1366 x 768P Brightness - 250cd/m2 Contrast - 1000:1 Response Time - 5ms Audio 2 x 3 Watt speakers NICAM stereo sound Connectivity CI Slot, SD Card Reader SD Card Reader SCART, PC/VGA, Mini AV in, Mini YPbPr in HDMI USB RF (Terrestrial) F (Satellite) 3.5mm Headphone socket Power Mains adapter (AC110-240V~/DC12V) 12V – 24V Internal Power System Over and under voltage protection Reverse polarity protection Automatic resetting fuse Operating power consumption <22W Standby power consumption <0.5W Dimensions W 443mm x H 289mm x D 80mm inc. stand (50mm without stand) Television weight: 2.73Kg (including stand) Pause Digital FREEVIEW TV & Record directly to a USB flash drive .(USB Drive not included). For guidance, an 8Gb USB will store approximately 4 hours of recorded television.
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