Kogan 19" LED TV - Freeview - PVR via USB and USB Playback, 12v and 240v £79 delivered @ Kogan
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Kogan 19" LED TV - Freeview - PVR via USB and USB Playback, 12v and 240v £79 delivered @ Kogan

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Found 1st Jul 2013
Nice little TV, great picture and perfect for caravans or motorhomes as it has a 12v input, they also sell a lead to connect it to a cigarette lighter socket.

The spec:

This 19” HD LED TV crams all the features you could ever want into a razor thin, stylish TV.

This LED TV features a built-in PVR and USB Input, allowing you to pause, rewind and record live TV and even playback your favourite movies, TV shows, music and photos.

The 19” HD LED TV gives you razor sharp clarity, crisp and clear images and an absolutely amazing viewing experience!

Features:


Freeview Compatible

Freeview compatible digital televisions give you a better picture, more channels and more shows, for free.


x2 HDMI

Connect a host of peripheral devices to your display using HDMI. Capable of transmitting both video and audio in Full HD and 7.1 surround sound, never worry about AV cables running everywhere behind your television or computer.


Personal Video Recorder

Use the PVR system to record up to 1TB of live, free-to-air TV programs to watch back later. A USB storage device must be connected to enable recording.


12 Volt Power

Using the 12V power adapter (sold separately), this TV can be powered directly from a 12V power outlet found in most cars, caravans and boats.


LED Technology

LED TVs allow for considerable space saving over conventional LCD TVs, resulting in sleek designs and some of the thinnest TVs ever released. LED TVs use 30% less power than conventional LCD TVs of the same size and will help reduce both your carbon footprint and electricity costs.

Other Features:


Load photos, videos and music onto a USB flash or disk drive and play them back freely.


This TV is fully compatible with the VESA mounting standards.


Watch all the latest free-to-air SD digital TV channels.

4 Comments

Original Poster

The separate 12v adaptor is just a cigarette lighter plug with a DC plug on the end, I used a DC plug and made my own cable for about 40p

I would be careful, you should use a regulated 12v power adapter/stabilizer unless the manual specifically states it can be run direct from the socket or other 12v sources. In some cars the lighter sockets are not regulated and put out more than 12v.

would this be the Alma model? sorry, you have to be very old to understand that...

Original Poster

freakstyler

I would be careful, you should use a regulated 12v power … I would be careful, you should use a regulated 12v power adapter/stabilizer unless the manual specifically states it can be run direct from the socket or other 12v sources. In some cars the lighter sockets are not regulated and put out more than 12v.



It states its for caravan/motorhome as per its specifications, caravans run 13-14v on hookup.
My friend has one in his VW T4 and it's fine.
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