REFURBISHED TECHNIKA 19-910 19" LCD HD READY, USB RECORD + FREEVIEW £109.97 @ EbayOutlet - HotUKDeals
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REFURBISHED TECHNIKA 19-910 19" LCD HD READY, USB RECORD + FREEVIEW £109.97 @ EbayOutlet

£109.97 @ eBay
This Technika 19" HD ready LCD TV comes with built-in Freeview, a 7-day electronic TV guide & USB Record 19-910. Other features include 1000:1 contrast ratio, 16:09 aspect ratio and 50Hz picture freq…
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
This Technika 19" HD ready LCD TV comes with built-in Freeview, a 7-day electronic TV guide & USB Record 19-910. Other features include 1000:1 contrast ratio, 16:09 aspect ratio and 50Hz picture frequency. This comes with a 4GB USB memory stick. These TV's may not be in their original retail boxes. Dimensions H35.4 x W46 x D15.5 cm inc. stand
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#1
You need to put Refurbished in the title, not such a bargain
REFURBISHED WITH A 12 MONTH TESCO OUTLET WARRANTY
#2
Tesco seem to have a lot of refurbs at the moment - sign of problem tv?
#3
Just a heads-up...

The Technika receiver requires a signal strength of no less than 75%. To reinforce that message the installation instructions state that a signal booster has to be fitted. Yes, it's in the user guide, as I found out. The Technika dual-out booster boxes are on sale at £10 in Tesco branches. Mine doesn't improve the signal at all (45%). The signal strength requirement came from the Technika support guy (Daniel) when I twice reported that my TV freezes and loses audio/video sync.

I've got a 52-element "digital" aerial on order (£19 eBay) which I'll fit to see if it resolves the problem. Apparently, a standard UHF aerial may not be good enough for Technika digital receivers
#4
I just bought this TV on the Tesco Direct website (for a bargain £80!) and now scouting for an aerial for my TV. Was gonna order a £10 antenna from Currys when I saw your comment. How did the 52-element digital aerial work in the end?

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Just a heads-up...

The Technika receiver requires a signal strength of no less than 75%. To reinforce that message the installation instructions state that a signal booster has to be fitted. Yes, it's in the user guide, as I found out. The Technika dual-out booster boxes are on sale at £10 in Tesco branches. Mine doesn't improve the signal at all (45%). The signal strength requirement came from the Technika support guy (Daniel) when I twice reported that my TV freezes and loses audio/video sync.

I've got a 52-element "digital" aerial on order (£19 eBay) which I'll fit to see if it resolves the problem. Apparently, a standard UHF aerial may not be good enough for Technika digital receivers

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