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Teco 32 inch HD Ready LCD TV 8492/TL3281RT - 8492/TL3281RT
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Teco 32 inch HD Ready LCD TV 8492/TL3281RT


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Teco are quickly making a name for themselves in the flat screen TV world, producing high end TVs at competitive prices. This latest offering features a 32 inch HD screen with a huge 1200:1 contrast ratio, meaning the colours look deep and realistic, and progressive scan to keep up with the fastest paced movie sequences or live sports. You also get a multitude of connection options so you shouldn’t have any issues connecting it to your existing A/V setup.
    Features
  • 32inch LCD Display Panel
  • HD Ready (720p / 1080i)
  • 1366x768 Screen Resolution
  • 500cd/m2 Brightness
  • 1200:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Integrated Analogue Tuner - No Freeview
  • Progressive Scan
  • 176 / 176 degrees viewing angle
  • Built In Stereo Speakers
  • 1000 Page Teletext

    Connections
  • 1 x RF Input
  • 1 x HDMI Connection
  • 2 x Scart Connection
  • 1 x AV In / Out
  • 1 x S-Video In
  • 1 x VGA In
  • 1 x Audio Output
  • 1 x Headphones Connection

    Other
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 650 x 820 x 230mm
  • Weight: 26.5 Kg
  • 2 Year Warranty (Collect & Return)
  • Factory Outlet Condition: Box in moderate condition. Unit in perfect condition.
     
  • Customer Questions and Answers

    12/08/2007 chrissywissy: HD Ready (720p / 1080i)
    1366x768 Screen Resolution

    Which is it? I was under the impression that 1080i meant it would be xxxx x 1080
    not 768. Am i mistaken? Also am a little worried about HDCP is this HDCP certified?

    Easycom: a screen with a resolution of 1366x768 will show a picture of either 720p (progressive scan) or 1080i ( interlaced) interlacing is where alternate lines are scanned, so you only need 540 lines to get 1080i. but to get 16:9 widescreen you need 1366x768

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