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Toonman
18-09-2013, 09:29
I have just recieved this offer on an email as we have purchased one before. The quality is excelent. You do have to buy one of their 12v adapters for 9.99 to power it in the motorhome. The price has been reduced from 89.

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Wooie1958
18-09-2013, 09:36
I subscribe as well to them and got the Email last Saturday ( 1 day only ) about the 32" LED TV all in delivered for 149.

Ordered one for our son and his new place and it was delivered this morning ........ perfect.

Sharon the Cat
18-09-2013, 09:48
Looks good I've just signed up for their newsletter.

My brother who is a sparky made some throwaway comment about most TVs being 12V anyway, hence the black boxed on the power leads....... but I could well be wrong.

johnmac185
18-09-2013, 13:28
New 12v TV for 64

do i really need an adapter if it is 12v and my m/home is also 12v,,,John

oldish hippy
18-09-2013, 13:41
it a 12volt lead with a ciggarette adapter on one end and the plug to fit the power socket on the other end

Alf
18-09-2013, 14:08
Sharon most portable TV's are used via a 240 v to 12 v transformer / converter but be aware some TV's are very sensitive to the correct voltage and need to be run via a 12v limiter that restricts the input voltage to 12v when on hookup via the inboard charger it may be as high as 15v

Alf


QUOTE=Sharon the Cat;349071]Looks good I've just signed up for their newsletter.

My brother who is a sparky made some throwaway comment about most TVs being 12V anyway, hence the black boxed on the power leads....... but I could well be wrong.[/QUOTE]

Wooie1958
18-09-2013, 14:26
The transformers that come with tellys like these hold the voltage at a steady 12volts because the tellys do not like fluctuations in voltage.

As Alf 1 says the output from your 12 volt sockets can go over 14 volts to nearly 15 volts and varies quite a bit.

frontslide
18-09-2013, 14:41
What does freeview compatible mean?

Byronic
18-09-2013, 16:44
Apparently Cello make an LED TV in various screen sizes specifically for the caravan/motorhome. It has all the usual connections, but in addition also has a built-in Satellite receiver. So if you're tight on space and want to reduce the number of cable connections. The prices are around 200. I haven't checked their site out so that's about all I know.


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