|Price incl. VAT||£172.45 £116.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£97.42|
|Panasonic RP-WF830E-K £46.90|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £11.69 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £5.84 Possibility to return products within two months||
TV Hyundai HL 24272 is a perfect fit for the bedroom, nursery, kitchen, small living rooms or even a chat. It is equipped with tuners for receiving digital television broadcasting in terrestrial and cable as DVB-T / C standard (MPEG-2) and high definition (MPEG-4).
TV Hyundai HL 24272 is a perfect fit for the bedroom, nursery, kitchen, small living rooms or even a chat. It is equipped with tuners for receiving digital television broadcasting in terrestrial and cable as DVB-T / C standard (MPEG-2) and high definition (MPEG-4). The television signal can only be monitored continuously, but also record on an external HDD or USB flash disk. Another advantage is built TimeShift, allowing you to watch the broadcast with a time shift. Ideal when you need an example somewhere rebound during your favorite show.
To 24 "diagonal TV shows HD ready. Low power consumption demonstrates the inclusion of television to saving energy class A +. To connect HD sources ready HDMI port. There is also a CI + slot for decoding CA modules. TV přidělají easily to the wall using brackets, meeting the VESA 75 × 75 mm.
Record DVB-T / C broadcasts on an external HDD or USB flash drive
Ways of Recording: timer, select the program in the EPG, direct recording by pressing the "Record"
Playing recordings directly on your TV
TimeShift - monitoring programs with time-shift
Timer to turn on / child safety lock / game mode / hotel mode (passive) / Czech full support
Supported formats (USB)
Support audio formats: MP3, WMA, WAV
Support for video formats: MKV, AVI, MPEG, VOB, TS, WMV, MP4, XviD
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