Vistron DB15-SD 15" TV Silver Digital Freeview 1024 X 768 500:1 4:3 250cd/m2 8m/s VGA - HotUKDeals
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This TV is perfect in any room of the house. A Bargain for the Price!!

Television Picture Features

* Integrated digital (freeview).

* 15in 4:3 TV

* Resolution 1024 x 768 pixels.

* Brightness 250 cd/m2.

* Contrast 450:1.

* Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.

* Progressive scan.



Connectivity

* 1 SCART sockets.

* PC input socket.

* Component video socket.

* Composite.

* Headphone socket.

* AV socket.



Sound Features

* 2 x 3w RMS power output.



Freeview Features

* Digitally interactive.

* Digital text.

* Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.

* Auto setup.

* Auto scan for new channels.

* Now and next electronic programme guide (EPG).

* 7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).

* Top Up TV compatible.

Stand by Power consumption: <2w

Additional Features

* UHF and VHF tuner.

* Auto setup.

* Auto search tuner.

* Auto search sorting.

* Sleep timer.

* Child lock.

* NTSC compatible.

* Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries.

* 230v AC mains operation.

* Complete with tabletop stand.

* Size of TV (H)31, (W)44, (D)6.5cm.

* Size of TV with stand (H)36, (W)44, (D)16cm.

* Weight of TV 3kg.

* Weight of TV with stand 4kg.
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#1
Can anyone tell me how to add a picture?
#2
Same website has this model available for £99.99 which has better brightness and contract ratios. However, no freeview and not sure if there are other downsides?

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/126572

Also- title of post says 500:1 and details says 450:1 contrast?

Cheap price, although personally wouldnt buy one.
#3
good price for a freeview telly. to be honest, who cares about contrast ratio et al on a kitchen telly? its not as if you'll be watching the latest blockbusters on it. my only critisism would be that its not widescreen (so i'll not be purchasing)

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