Polaroid 15.6ins HD Ready LED TV with Freeview for £69.00 @ ASDA Direct
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Polaroid 15.6ins HD Ready LED TV with Freeview for £69.00 @ ASDA Direct

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Found 2nd Dec 2012
Great for the kitchen or Caravan etc. Maybe even in the toilet!!!

he Polaroid PLV68155S67 15.6ins HD Ready LED TV is ideal for the bedroom to watch all your DVD's on the HD ready edge Backlit LED TV.

Through the scart socket you'll be able to connect to a digital TV recorder or Blu-ray player or games console. To see the stunning detail of an HD picture you'll need to connect to an HD picture source via an HDMI cable.

Media playback is available through the USB port on the left hand side of the TV. To enhance your viewing experience, this TV also includes an integrated Freeview decoder allowing you to access up to 50 free to air channels and 20 radio stations.

This easy to set up 15.6" LED TV comes with auto-tuning and with a 7 day electronic programme guide you'll be watching your favourite programmes in no time at all! TV comes complete with stand but is wall mountable via a 75mm Vesa bracket this TV would look fantastic in any bedroom or kitchen. TV supplied with a remote control unit (batteries included).

This Polaroid LED 15.6 inch TV can be easily mounted on the wall using this Troy Single Arm Bracket Socket to save in any room. We recommend teaming this with Polaroid DVD player for cosy nights in with your favourite movie.

Look what one delighted Asda customer said about this: "It's picture resoultion and sound quality are quite brilliant. Its controls are simple and easy to use".

The Polaroid PLV68155S67 15.6 Inch HD Ready LED comes complete with a full 12 month manufacturer's warranty for your peace of mind.

15 Comments

Great price

Probably the same thing as the Digihome 16" I posted, which had a built in DVD player for an extra fiver from Comet. Probably no warranty, though, as I think it's a Comet own-brand, so yer pays yer money and yer takes yer choice...

I'm not very technical but if I want this for the kitchen, do I have to run arial cables through the house or can you still use those portable ariels that you just pop into back of tv? Sorry if this is an obvious question. Great price. Heat added.

sparkylicious

I'm not very technical but if I want this for the kitchen, do I have to … I'm not very technical but if I want this for the kitchen, do I have to run arial cables through the house or can you still use those portable ariels that you just pop into back of tv? Sorry if this is an obvious question. Great price. Heat added.



Yes you can, but it's a bit hit and miss with portable arials, they either work or they don't there tends to be no middle ground, do some research before buying one, and check out your postcode on the freeview website to see how strong your signal is in your area.

Thanks worldpeace.

worldpeace

Yes you can, but it's a bit hit and miss with portable arials, they … Yes you can, but it's a bit hit and miss with portable arials, they either work or they don't there tends to be no middle ground, do some research before buying one, and check out your postcode on the freeview website to see how strong your signal is in your area.



I have been lucky, I took the loop aerial from my old portable CRT and made a stand for it out of a block of wood.
My new Freeview LCD works great with it.

Had been watching this one for motorhome use, so ordered on Saturday & arrived today.

Hers some infor that may help others with the same idea.
There is a separate PSU, rated 13V@1.8A - measured output 13.4V - so it should run straight off a car battery.
Power consumption is a mere 15W - but standby is a bit disappointing at 6W.
If you pull the power plug and reconnect, the TV goes into standby, switching it on returns it to the last input state (useful if you always use an external A/V source).
TV with stand weighs about 1.5kg.
It does have HDMI Component & composite inputs - but no VGA in.
Contrary to the description, it does not have a USB socket for playback.

Thanks to the op.

Not 1080p, cold from me. From an inch away I'll be able to see the pixels.

Yada Yada.

Sounds an awful TV even for use in a caravan

Banned

is it safe in a toilet ?

I could not imagine that size would look very small same size has my old laptop screen and it was always used very close to the eyes lol.

I wouldn't recommend a polaroid screen, there cheap for a reason. Mine worked well for about 2 years then suddenly died :(.

I bought one of these TVs about 2 years ago for use in the caravan. It was great ,slim, lightweight etc however now the small feed cable from the plug to the jack plug has broken very close to the plug so it is U/S now.
Contacted the free ASDA helpline tele.no and they referred me to PARTMASTER who state they have millions of spare parts for everything but they cannot find a replacement for me.
Tried to trace POLAROID tele.no to see if I can get one direct form them but cannot find a no. to contact them so not sure where to go from here as I have a TV with no power source ????????

Try eBay or amazon just put name of TV and model then "power cable

Picked up one of these tvs for use when camping but no instruction manual.
Does anyone know what the card slot at the top is for please ?
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