Toshiba TVby Agus Suseno
* 1366x768 resolution w/ 800:1 contrast * 150/170 degree Viewing Angle, TV is not wall-mountable. * WMA, MP3 and JPEG Playback * High Gloss Bezel with Slim Chassis * DIVX Playback Recommended Features
- 15.6-inch widescreen, TFT LCD display that's great for viewing standard, high-definition programming.
- 170-degree horizontal viewing angle for easy viewing from the side (150-degree vertical viewing angle).
- Built-in slot-loading DVD player that's also compatible with DVD-R/RW, standard audio CDs, and CD-R/RW media.
- Native 720p HD resolution (1366 x 768) , Play MP3 files burned to disc
- Dolby Digital and DTS compatible output multi-channel audio experience and unsurpassed three-dimensional audio performance rivaling the best movie theaters.
Review on Toshiba TVIf you are looking for a very small LCD TV, this is a nice product. If you have room for a 19", by all means I would go for the larger screen. Keep in mind that, even with the abundance of digital and high def signals out there today, many channels/programs will be broadcast in 4:3 format. Since this TV is a 16:9 profile screen, a 4:3 display will appear that much smaller on this 15.6" screen.
However, if you have a tight space, like on a kitchen counter under cabinets, this TV is perfect. It included a built in DVD player, which is a nice perk. The picture is vivid and HD display on it is excellent. At this size there is absolutely no reason to go for 1080p. For a 15.6" screen, or even a 19", 720p is fine.
At this screen size, Toshiba's competition tends to be "store brands" or no-name brands. This is the lone high quality name brand TV in this class (size).
What included in the box:
* 15.6" (measured diagonally) flat screen TV.
* Attached stand.
* Remote control.
* Power cable.
The TV comes with a QAM tuner so you can pull any unscrambled analog and digital TV signals from your cable company. The TV accepts coax and ColorStream component connections
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