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Refurbished JVC Fire 55" 4K Ultra HD with HDR LED Freeview HD Smart TV without Stand A2/LT-55CF890/NS

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Product Information

What’s included in the box:

• 1 x Television
• 1 x Power adapter
• 1 x Remote Controller

No stand is included with this TV.

Please note: The following TV does not include a stand however, please view our wide range of TV mounts that will be perfect for this TV! Click here to view our range.

Fire TV Edition

All your favourite Prime shows and movies are just moments away on the JVC LT-55CF890 Fire TV Edition 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. The popular Fire TV smart platform is built-in, so it's easy to find something new with personalised recommendations.

There's plenty to keep the whole family happy with Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube, Discovery, BBC iPlayer, and many more.

Alexa voice remote

Catching up on your latest box set has never been easier – just pick up the remote and ask. Alexa makes it easy to search popular channels and control your TV.

And just like a smart speaker, you can ask Alexa for weather updates, sports scores, the latest headlines, and control smart devices (such as lights or thermostat) around your home.

4K HDR

Everything looks better in 4K – with four times the resolution of Full HD, you'll marvel at the detail and colour definition.

Plus, with HDR content you'll see a greater depth of colour and brilliant brightness for a more realistic viewing experience – those BBC documentaries have never looked so good.

 
 
 
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