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PHILIPS 24PHT4304/05 24" HD Ready LED TV - Black £101.99 With Code @ Currys Ebay
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PHILIPS 24PHT4304/05 24" HD Ready LED TV - Black £101.99 With Code @ Currys Ebay

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  • Screen size 24"
  • Screen technology LED
  • Resolution HD Ready 1366 x 768p
  • Processing rate 200 PPI
  • Picture enhancement Pixel Plus HD
  • WiFi No
  • Connections - HDMI 1.4 x 2- SCART x 1- USB 2.0 x 1
  • Audio output - 3.5 mm jack x 1- Optical x 1
  • TV tuner Freeview HDPlease note: Some services are only available in the UK
  • Electronic programme guide 8 days
  • Speakers 2 Audio power 6 W
  • Sound enhancement DTS 2.0
  • PVR function Yes
  • VESA mount 75 x 75
  • Table-top stand Yes
  • Other features - Sleep timer- Parental lock
  • Energy efficiency class A+
  • On-mode power consumption 20 W
  • Annual power consumption 30 kWh
  • Colour Black
  • Material Plastic
  • Internal menu languages 32 languages
  • Hardware required Aerial
  • Box contents - Philips 24PHT4304/05 24" HD Ready LED TV - Remote control- AAA batteries x 2- Power cord- Table top stand- Quick start guide
  • Dimensions - TV: 336.6 x 560 x 34.6 mm (H x W x D)- TV with stand: 336.6 x 560 x 124.1 mm (H x W x D)- Boxed: 425 x 630 x 112 mm (H x W x D)
  • Weight - TV: 3.1 kg- TV with stand: 3.2 kg- Boxed: 4.2 kg
  • Guarantee 2 years

Key Features
The Philips 24PHT4304/05 24" HD Ready LED TV is ideal for the kitchen, kid's den, or university halls. Whether you're catching up on the soap omnibus or battling it out on a console, you get a sharp image with excellent contrast.The 24” screen also makes a great PC monitor (it's quick and easy to switch from one to the other) and has plenty of ports including HDMI and USB.
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11 Comments
Reviews aren’t great for this. Shame as I need a 24” tv for the kitchen
Nice telly. I got the white one today.
norwichjase21/03/2020 18:24

Reviews aren’t great for this. Shame as I need a 24” tv for the kitchen


I Reckon for this price, if it's going in the kitchen it'd be ideal
The year is 2020. HD ready? Get the F outta here.
italkapple21/03/2020 19:55

The year is 2020. HD ready? Get the F outta here.


Nope!

If this was full HD, it wouldn't be £100
MrSwitch21/03/2020 19:56

Nope! If this was full HD, it wouldn't be £100


Neither is this HD ready lol - Id pay the extra £20/£30 and get full HD. 720p was the range in 2007. Seriously.
italkapple21/03/2020 20:21

Neither is this HD ready lol - Id pay the extra £20/£30 and get full HD. 7 …Neither is this HD ready lol - Id pay the extra £20/£30 and get full HD. 720p was the range in 2007. Seriously.


OK, have an awesome evening my man, bye
Any TV with a DVB-T2 (i.e. HD Freeview) tuner should have at least a 1920 x 1080 (full HD, 1080p) screen in this day and age.
Freeview HD launched 10 years ago !
italkapple21/03/2020 19:55

The year is 2020. HD ready? Get the F outta here.


It's 2019/20 model
Chris_Muriel21/03/2020 20:42

Any TV with a DVB-T2 (i.e. HD Freeview) tuner should have at least a 1920 …Any TV with a DVB-T2 (i.e. HD Freeview) tuner should have at least a 1920 x 1080 (full HD, 1080p) screen in this day and age. Freeview HD launched 10 years ago !


Why, it's a small screen.
Which is why I would most likely be sitting very close to it and, therefore, be able to appreciate HD resolution.
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