58” Ultra HD Android TV

LS58UHGTV

Discover the incredible realism of High Dynamic Range content with this television’s support for HDR10. Use the power of your voice in conjunction with the included Voice Assist remote to ask your Linsar TV to find you specific content to watch or games to play. Plus, cast compatible content from your smartphone or tablet straight to the screen with its built-in Chromecast.

  • 4k HDR
  • Chromecast Built-in
  • Google Play
  • Slim Bezel
  • AndroidTV
  • Netflix


All the content that you love, exactly how you want it.
Welcome to a smarter way to watch.

Press the Netflix hot key to stream Netflix original series with a subscription, or the You Tube key to watch the latest clips going around.

Get Your Android TV

Press the mic button on your remote to quickly find the latest blockbuster, check the score of the big game or dim the lights – all without leaving what you’re watching.

Main Features
Technical Specification
Screen Size
Screen Resolution
Display Resolution
Additional Features
VESA Wall Mount Size (mm)
Release Year
58″
3840 x 2160
Ultra High Definition
4K HDR, Chromecast Built-in
400 x 200
2020
Refresh Rate
Smart TV
Smart TV Platform
Product Width (mm)
Product Depth (mm)
Product Height (mm)
60Hz
Yes
Android TV
1298
261
816

 

Hands-free Voice Assistant
HDR Format
Sound
HDMI Input
USB Input
Weight with stand (without stand)
No
HDR10
8W 2CH
4
3
19kg (14.6kg)

User Guide

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58 ANDROID TV IM

What’s In The Box

Linsar 58″ Ultra HD Android TV, Remote Control, AAA Batteries (2), Mini AV Adaptor, User Manual, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Certificate, General Safety Warnings

Energy Ratings

The Energy Rating Label shows the energy performance of particular appliances and equipment. It allows consumers to understand how much a particular model will cost to run, and also how energy efficient it might be in comparison to similar models. Energy-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.

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.

You can find more info at https://www.energyrating.gov.au/