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AOC L32HA91 32 inch Full HD LCD TV £249.97 at Ebuyer
AOC L32HA91 32 inch Full HD LCD TV £249.97 at Ebuyer

AOC L32HA91 32 inch Full HD LCD TV £249.97 at Ebuyer

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Product Description
AOC L32HA91 32 inch Full HD 1080p LCD TV 1920 x 1080 Freeview MPEG-4 2 x HDMI Black

Features

* 32 inch Wide screen, DVB-T, Support MPEG-4 (H.264)
* WXGA (1920 x 1080) Resolution
* Full HD 1080p
* High Brightness (500 cd/m2)
* High Contrast Ratio (1400:1)
* Wide Viewing Angle (178 H / 178 V)
* Built-in Full channel Tuner with Nicam, Teletext
* Graphic (D-SUB), HDMI, CI slot, MHEG-5


LCD Panel

* Screen Size: 31.5" TFT-LCD Panel (Viewable image size: 800mm diagonal)
* Aspect Ratio 16:9
* Resolution 1920 x 1080 (WXGA)
* Display Area (opening) H x V 698 (H) x 393 (V)
* Pixel Pitch 0.12125 (H) x 0.36375 (V)
* Display colors 1.06 billion
* Contrast Ratio 1400:1 (DCR 12,000:1)
* Brightness 500cd /m2
* Viewing Angle 178 (Horizontal) / 178(Vertical)
* Response Time 5ms (typ)

TV Function

* TV Tuning System: Analogue PAL B/G, D/K, I, SECAM B/G, D/K, (Multi-Europe)
* Digital: COFDM Band Width: 7/8 MHz Format: MP @ ML
* Sound System: Analogue Mono/Stereo/Nicam/A2
* Digital: MPEG (I & II) Sample rate: 32/44.1/48KHz
* Mode: Mono, Stereo, Dual
* Teletext: Yes (1,000 Pages)
* Colour systems: PAL / SECAM, playback NTSC
* PC Input
* Signal Input D-SUB (15-pin)
* PnP compatibility DDC2B
* Input frequency FH: 31.5KHz to 64KHz , FV: 56Hz to 75Hz
* Recommended 1920 x 1080 (60Hz)
* Input Audio Mini-jack for stereo (3.5)


Audio Output

* Speaker (built-in): 10W 10W
* SPDIF (optical)
* Headphone x 1 (side) (Mini-jack stereo 3.5)


Video Inputs

* HDMI : HDMI x 2 (rear), x 1 (side), (Audio / Video with HDCP)
* EXT1, EXT2 : 21 Pin SCART ( RGB, CVBS in/out, Audio in/out) 21 Pin SCART ( S-video, CVBS in/out , Audio in/out)
* Component Y/ Pb/ Pr x 1 (RCA) Audio L/R (RCA)
* Composite CVBS Video x1 (side) Audio L/R (RCA)

7 Comments

Editor

Thanks for your post I've added a price and a retailer name to your title, we always try to include these details when posting deals.

AOC is 'branded'?

These have a 3 year warranty, btw. Don't know what their tvs are like, but I've used one of their monitors for years and it's excellent.

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millarcat

Thanks for your post I've added a price and a retailer name to your … Thanks for your post I've added a price and a retailer name to your title, we always try to include these details when posting deals.



oops sorry, not quite awake yet

I bought a 32" TV a couple of years ago. My son said I'd find it "too small" but the wife insisted that anything bigger would look "too big" for the room. In retrospect I now understand what my son was trying to tell me. If you're sitting more than 2-3 metres from the TV, the additional detail you get with 1080p just isn't visible. I wish now I'd got a bigger screen and the 42" AOC 1080p TV also on sale at EBuyer for just £359.68 looks very tempting (see link)...

ebuyer.com/pro…201

I'd buy this now just to beat the VAT hike in January but rather illogically,the wife won't budge on the "too big for the room" thing. Apparently, it's more important what a TV looks like in a room (with the picture off!) than what it looks like when you're actually watching it! Female logic. I never did find out how to counter it...

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Joe90_guy

I bought a 32" TV a couple of years ago. My son said I'd find it "too … I bought a 32" TV a couple of years ago. My son said I'd find it "too small" but the wife insisted that anything bigger would look "too big" for the room. In retrospect I now understand what my son was trying to tell me. If you're sitting more than 2-3 metres from the TV, the additional detail you get with 1080p just isn't visible. I wish now I'd got a bigger screen and the 42" AOC 1080p TV also on sale at EBuyer for just £359.68 looks very tempting (see link)...http://www.ebuyer.com/product/181201I'd buy this now just to beat the VAT hike in January but rather illogically,the wife won't budge on the "too big for the room" thing. Apparently, it's more important what a TV looks like in a room (with the picture off!) than what it looks like when you're actually watching it! Female logic. I never did find out how to counter it...



oh so true, lmao

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Nobull

AOC is 'branded'?


i would say
aoc.com/abo…tml
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