32” HD TV with Built-in DVD Player
Model Number: LS32CHD12V
The Linsar TV has a 32-inch screen, an LED display, and HD video. Its 1366 x 768 pixel screen resolution enables you to benefit from sharp graphics. Also, the Linsar LS32CHD has three HDMI inputs, so you can watch high-definition content by connecting your computer. It features two USB inputs. Tune into shows you like with this Linsar TV.
- High definition resolutions
- Integrated DVD player to play your favourite movies
- USB media playback to enjoy viewing and playing your multimedia content
- 2 built-in USB ports
- PVR function to record live TV to your USB storage
- Built-in HD Tuner
- 12V car adaptor included
1366 x 768
Product Depth (mm):
Built-in DVD player
Smart TV Platform
Product Height (mm)
Product Width (mm)
LS32C12V LINSAR 32in DVD Combo with 12V
What’s In The Box
TV, Remote Control & Batteries, TV stands, User Manual, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card
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1. Energy Consumption Figure The Energy Rating Label provides an estimate of how much energy (in kilowatt-hours or kWh) the appliance will use over a year. This is based on assumptions about ‘average usage’ and allows consumers to estimate how much it will cost them to run that appliance.
2. Star Rating The more stars on the Energy Rating Label, the more energy-efficient the appliance is. Efficient appliances use less electricity to achieve the same level of performance as similar models with the same size or capacity. The more energy efficient a model, the less energy it will use and the less it will cost you to run.
What do the stars mean? Energy labels on televisions can show a maximum of ten stars. The least efficient models have one star while the most efficient models can have up to ten stars.
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