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MIRAI DTL-742E600 - 42 Inch LCD TV - DTL-742E600 Freeview too 3 YEAR WARRANTY
MIRAI DTL-742E600 - 42 Inch LCD TV - DTL-742E600 Freeview too 3 YEAR WARRANTY

MIRAI DTL-742E600 - 42 Inch LCD TV - DTL-742E600 Freeview too 3 YEAR WARRANTY

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The sensational new DTL-742E600 is one of just a handful of LCD TVs equipped to bring you a full 1080p HD experience with incredible detail and realism. But it doesnt stop there

Watch free to air digital terrestrial channels and radio stations thanks to the integrated Freeview tuner plus the option of subscription channels via top-up TV.

The dual HDMI inputs open the door to the HD world by enabling you to hook up to Blu-Ray, HD satellite and cable services as well as HD gaming devices such as Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

A range of the latest technologies bring you the smoothest motion, the most natural colours to complement an image quality so detailed you'll think you're looking through a window into another world. An SRS-WOW speaker system completes the cinematic experience.

With an elegant black cabinet and brushed aluminium detail it will fit right into any location and with a fantasitcally slim design it's ideal for wall mounting.
Specification Overview:

* MIRAI 42" 1080P Full HD LCD TV
* Digital Television Certification - HD ready
* Resolution - 1920 x 1080
* Brightness - 500 cd/m2
* Contrast - 4800 : 1
* Display Format - 1080p (FullHD)
* Input Video Formats - 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i, 576i, 576p
* Digital TV Service - TNT, FREEVIEW
* Image Aspect Ratio - 16:9
* Progressive Scan - Yes
* TV Tuner - 1x analogue, 1x digital
* Digital TV Tuner - DVB-T
* Analogue TV Tuner - PAL, SECAM
* Viewing Angle - 176° (H) / 176° (V)
* Response Time - 6.5 ms
* Other Features - 1000 pages teletext, sleep timer, picture mode selection, Automatic Installation
* Multi-channel Preview - Picture-in-picture (PIP)
* Sound Output Mode - Stereo
* Speaker System - 2 speakers
* Sound Effects - SRS WOW
* Warranty - 3 year (collect and return)

Connectivity:
[VGA] [SCART] [HDMI] [Component-Video] [Composite-Video]

[RF] [S-Video] [SPDIF] [Coaxial-Digital-Audio] [RCA]


* 1 x PC Input
* 2 x SCART
* 2 x HDMI
* 1 x Component
* 1 x Composite
* 1 x RF
* 1 x Coaxial Digital Audio

Wall Mounting:

* Wall Mountable - Yes
* VESA Mounting - 400 x 200 mm
* See Recommended Accessories for suitable brackets

Others:

* Dimensions (W x H x D)mm without stand - 1053.5 x 729.8 x 104
* Dimensions (W x H x D)mm with stand - 1053.5 x 798 x 319
* System Weight (net weight) - 29 Kg
* Power Usage (normal) * Power Usage (stand by)

29 Comments

Good price for a 1080P. Shame about the brand but beggars can't be choosers.

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for someone who isn,t interested in brand names and is on a budget then this is hot

i'll help you out with a full 9 degree of heat

Similar spec to the Toys R Us TV for £399 ]HERE

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Similar spec to the Toys R Us TV for £399 ]HERE



not on their website so can see anything about it as to brand or if its in stock and might not be widley available and could be store specific

good post, appears decent spec, would buy this before the toys r us set due to the 3yrs warranty

We bought a couple of Mirai 32 inch LCDs and they are grrrrrreat (as Tony the Tiger would say). Good PQ and the 3 year warranty is a real bonus

fragaliciousbob;3163815

not on their website so can see anything about it as to brand or if its … not on their website so can see anything about it as to brand or if its in stock and might not be widley available and could be store specific



Yeh fair point, just a comparison for price and spec really.

Mirai is a Chinese company which makes tvs for a lot of other generic makes. The power usage is of a small electric heater. You wont want to have this set in your room during a hot summer's night. Atherwise the specs are decent. Hot from me.

For more details and user manual go to their web site here
mirai.eu/Eur…=32

Original Poster

Not with a 3 year warranty

The Samsung is 2" smaller and 2 years less warranty, it is also the base spec model in their range so won't be a massive performance increase. For any big brand name TV's I reckon you are best finding the cheapest instore price you can and then getting John Lewis to price match it for you. Every TV from JL comes with a free 5 year warranty and most of the time you can get a free home delivery. It may not be the absolute cheapest you can get, but it won't be far off and the service is ace.

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I have had a 32" Mirai model for over a year now, looks exactly like this. It is a great piece of kit and looks like a quality item, not cheap and plasticky looking.

I bought a 28" mirai last year, the picture from my xbox 360 is superb, I paid £300 for it and haven't regreted it. Even though it was for the bedroom it filled in reasonably well when my samsung 40 inch went on the blink after seven months! 3 year warranty is a definate plus point after the hassle I had with samsung and martin dawes who 'repaired' it 3 times before it went back, would hate it to go after 13 months...... ouch

not bad price

good price, heat added

fragaliciousbob;3163778

for someone who isn,t interested in brand names and is on a budget then … for someone who isn,t interested in brand names and is on a budget then this is hot i'll help you out with a full 9 degree of heat



ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!

Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill after a couple of years. You get what you pay for and anything can be made cheaply - so what might appear as a bargain now will seem very costly when its 'engineered for a price' technology fails!

designaw;3165210

ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill … ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill after a couple of years. You get what you pay for and anything can be made cheaply - so what might appear as a bargain now will seem very costly when its 'engineered for a price' technology fails!



after the warrenty expires?

designaw;3165210

ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill … ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill after a couple of years. You get what you pay for and anything can be made cheaply - so what might appear as a bargain now will seem very costly when its 'engineered for a price' technology fails!



Must be great to know everything :roll:

It has a 3 year warranty, which is 2 years longer than the quality brands have. I have a Mirai 32 inch and it is great. Granted, I haven't had it for a long time, but if it goes t*ts up, at least I have a warranty

anyone help ?

trying to get postage costs to get tv delivered from the website but cant find them

dont want to go the whole way through the order process

or is this the price inc del?

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designaw;3165210

ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill … ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill after a couple of years. You get what you pay for and anything can be made cheaply - so what might appear as a bargain now will seem very costly when its 'engineered for a price' technology fails!


Me thinks you are talking ********. Many posters, including me, and based upon our experiences, have stated this is a very good product. So you must be some sort of rich boy/girl who only buys 'expensive stuff'. Get a life.

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designaw;3165210

ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill … ON A BUDGET? It's a 42" TV!Mira-who? sounds like fodder for land fill after a couple of years. You get what you pay for and anything can be made cheaply - so what might appear as a bargain now will seem very costly when its 'engineered for a price' technology fails!



heres a £1 now go and buy a clue

I'm looking for a full HD TV over 40" so could be interested in this, but I'd appreciate some help from some of the TV experts out there since I'm not sure how the numbers compare! Should I be concerned that the contrast is only 4800:1? I thought most contrasts were around the 10:000 to 1 mark.

Any help appreciated!

Cashisgone;3166390

I'm looking for a full HD TV over 40" so could be interested in this, but … I'm looking for a full HD TV over 40" so could be interested in this, but I'd appreciate some help from some of the TV experts out there since I'm not sure how the numbers compare! Should I be concerned that the contrast is only 4800:1? I thought most contrasts were around the 10:000 to 1 mark. Any help appreciated!



It's a bit like with output power of audio equipment, you can't rely on those figures because every manufactor measures them differently. They quote figures such as contrast 10,000:1 or, 8000:1 or, 1200:1 or, dynamic contrast, or typical contrast, etc. Unless they say how they arrived at those figures they don't mean anything.

postage - £70 to n.i i could get a return plane ticket for cheaper and pick it up in person,........ only problem being it wont fit in as hand luggage !!

Specifications are useless for TVs, as manufacturers always seem to fiddle them to make it seem more impressive.

It's a good price for a 42" full HD plasma, but don't expect it to perform even near a 720p Panasonic.

My 27" Mirai HDTV was one of the best purchases I've ever made, and it included features that even current high end brand name TVs fail to feature. They're a division of Chi Mei which is the 3rd largest LCD panel manufaturer in the world. Suffice it to say that this is one hell of a bargain, if my ~2 year old Mirai is anything to go by.


Cashisgone;3166390

I'm looking for a full HD TV over 40" so could be interested in this, but … I'm looking for a full HD TV over 40" so could be interested in this, but I'd appreciate some help from some of the TV experts out there since I'm not sure how the numbers compare! Should I be concerned that the contrast is only 4800:1? I thought most contrasts were around the 10:000 to 1 mark. Any help appreciated!



Those are both dynamic contrast ratio figures, which is 100% worthless. The actual contrast ratio of this TV appears to be 1200:1 which is very competitive for a "static" contrast ratio figure.

Its contrast should at the very least match the "low end" brand name TVs, which are more expensive and lack 1080P support (damn near essential at this size imo).

I purchased the Mirai DTL-632v200 http://www.vipi.co.uk/images/133001.jpeg just over a year a go and it was and still is one of the best purchases i ever made...Thinking of picking this T.V up this week sometime.....heat added

I'm receiving it this week, will report back here soon.

thanks OP
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