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Philips 24PHT4304 24 inch LED TV HD Ready Freeview HD + 6 Year Warranty £119 @ Richer Sounds
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Philips 24PHT4304 24 inch LED TV HD Ready Freeview HD + 6 Year Warranty £119 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 23rd Jan

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Looks like a good little set for a second room, kitchen, kids bedroom etc.
3393759.jpgCompact size and minimalist design makes it ideal for a second room
With its concealed stand, neat proportions and low weight, this Philips portable TV is ideal for use in the kitchen, study, guest room or anywhere else that requires an unobtrusive TV.

Sharp images – delivered by Pixel Plus HD
At the heart of this impressive TV is an edge backlit LED screen with HD resolution. You also get the benefit of a unique Philips technology; Pixel Plus HD. Artefacts and noise from any source are detected and reduced. This creates super-sharp definition and ultra-low noise images for a more realistic and lifelike picture.

Smooth motion
For an even better picture quality, this Philips 24 inch TV features 200 PPI (Picture Performance Index). This gives enhanced sharpness and clarity with fast moving images and is perfect for both sports events and action movies.

Double HDMI connections and more
Twin HDMI sockets make this TV ideal for connecting a TV set-top box and Blu-ray player or games console. Socket 1 also features ARC (Audio Return Channel) which is ideal for hooking up to a soundbar or base. Alternatively, connect to your soundbar or AV system via the optical digital input, for a similar upgrade in sound. For private listening, a headphone socket is also included.

Perfect for a PC
Thanks to its VGA input, the Philips 24PHT4304 also makes the perfect dual-use TV/monitor. Older computers use VGA while newer ones are served by HDMI – both are standard here. You also get a SCART socket that’s ideal for older source inputs, such as VCR, DVD players and set-top boxes.

USB with PVR recording function
The USB interface is perfect for connecting media devices and playing back your stored photos, music and movies. With a compatible device and you can also use the output to record live TV. Working with the programme guide, PVR (Personal Video Recorder) function lets you store your favourite programmes on a memory stick – to be played back at the time and place of your choosing.
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nag_sup23/01/2020 13:37

720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these. You'd …720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these. You'd be better off spending an extra £100 for full HD or 4K. Not that this will be terrible, but its pretty old tech. There's been full HD, 4k and now we are starting to see 8K TVs!


Blimey. We are getting this for our 5 year old granddaughter's bedroom. Luckily she's not caught up in specs like us obsessives. 720P on a 24 inch TV is just fine. Especially at £119 with 6 year warranty thrown in.
Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Jan
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Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I don't have an aerial will it work OK?
ohhdanielson23/01/2020 13:24

Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I …Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I don't have an aerial will it work OK?


If you buy an Amazon Fire HD stick or equivalent you'll have access to all catchup services and Netflix etc.
I believe it also has an app for live TV.
ohhdanielson23/01/2020 13:24

Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I …Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I don't have an aerial will it work OK?


No mate, you need an aerial for the Freeview to work, will work with a fire stick.
ohhdanielson23/01/2020 13:24

Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I …Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I don't have an aerial will it work OK?


If you possess some form of source like firestick, chromecast, NowTV, sky/virgin box etc then yes.
Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Jan
720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these.

You'd be better off spending an extra £100 for full HD or 4K. Not that this will be terrible, but its pretty old tech. There's been full HD, 4k and now we are starting to see 8K TVs!
ohhdanielson23/01/2020 13:24

Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I …Silly question this I'm sure. But if I wanted this in a spare room and I don't have an aerial will it work OK?


Depends what you are interested in -

As a monitor yes - internet viewing.

You can use indoor aerial for Free to air telly.
nag_sup23/01/2020 13:37

720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these. You'd …720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these. You'd be better off spending an extra £100 for full HD or 4K. Not that this will be terrible, but its pretty old tech. There's been full HD, 4k and now we are starting to see 8K TVs!


Blimey. We are getting this for our 5 year old granddaughter's bedroom. Luckily she's not caught up in specs like us obsessives. 720P on a 24 inch TV is just fine. Especially at £119 with 6 year warranty thrown in.
Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Jan
nag_sup23/01/2020 13:37

720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these. You'd …720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these. You'd be better off spending an extra £100 for full HD or 4K. Not that this will be terrible, but its pretty old tech. There's been full HD, 4k and now we are starting to see 8K TVs!


Smaller than 40 inches, not many options for UHD, and they tend to be more expensive than larger.
It looks like it has a network socket on it. I wonder if it's a smart TV?
nag_sup23/01/2020 13:37

720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these. You'd …720p in 2020? They must be using left over components to make these. You'd be better off spending an extra £100 for full HD or 4K. Not that this will be terrible, but its pretty old tech. There's been full HD, 4k and now we are starting to see 8K TVs!


I wouldn't be bothered about screen full HD on this size TV. But rather prefer it to be a smart TV with wifi and good streaming apps like Netflix, YouTube & now TV. That's all you need for a kids bedroom TV.
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