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Refurbished electriQ eiQ-32HDT2DVD 32" HD LED TV with Freeview HD & DVD Player 77963827/1/EIQ-32HDT2DVD

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Grade A1 - Good condition with hard to spot minor blemishes

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1-year guarantee

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What's included

All accessories are included unless otherwise stated in the description below.

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This is a graded product. A1 products with no obvious scratches, marks or dents. It will be fully bubble-wrapped for transportation and comes with the full manufacturer's warranty.

GRADE A1

electriQ HDT2DVD TV Series

  • Screen Size: 32 inch LED TV
  • Display Format: HD Ready
  • TV Tuner: Freeview HD
  • Ports: 3 x HDMI 2 x USB
  • Special Feature: Built-in DVD Player
  • Perfect for: Bedroom and Kitchens
  • Design: Sleek Black Modern Finish
  • Wall Mountable: Yes

What stands out

  • It's perfectly sized to fit any room of your house, be it your bedroom or kitchen
  • Built-in DVD player - Simply insert your favourite DVD into side of the TV and enjoy
  • Watch over 70 FREE TV and 30 radio channels using the built-in Freeview HD tuner
  • Scroll back through the TV guide and watch shows you've missed from the last 7 days using Freeview Play
  • 3 HDMI ports to connect your games console and Blu-ray player

The details

If you're looking for a TV that offers something a little different with a retro 90s appeal, then this 32 Inch LED TV combi is just the thing. It does away with the clutter and boasts a built-in DVD player, so you can quickly pop in a DVD and enjoy a movie without the need for any additional connections or remote controls! Its space-saving, all-in-one design is ideal for bedrooms, caravans or kitchens. There's also a built-in Freeview HD tuner to keep you entertained, offering over 70 free channels for you to watch, 15 of which in HD quality.

At the back of the TV, you'll find a good amount of ports to hook up your various accessories. The three HDMI ports allow you to connect your Amazon FireStick or alternative media steaming device to make your TV Smarter. Also, you can connect up a Sky box and games console, so you're not having to rummage around the back of the TV to switch between devices. You can even insert a USB device to the back of the TV to pause and rewind live programmes or playback stored images, movies and music. Plus, there's an optical output to hook up a soundbar and a VGA port for you to connect the TV to your desktop PC and have it work as a monitor, which comes in great for some big screen browsing.

Essential info

  • 32" LED TV
  • 720p HD Ready
  • Resolution: 1366 x 768
  • Built-in DVD player
  • Built-in Freeview HD
  • USB media playback
  • USB recording
  • Response time: 8 ms
  • Contrast ratio: 4000:1
  • Total sound output: 16 W
  • VESA dimensions: 200 x 100mm
  • 1 year warranty

More info

  • 3 x HDMI
  • 2 x USB
  • 1 x VGA input
  • 1 x PC audio input
  • 1 x Audio Input (L/R) X1 (Mini AV)
  • 1 x Video Input X1 (Mini AV)
  • 1 x YPbPr Input X1 (Mini)
  • 1 x Optical audio output (digital)
  • 1 x Headphone output

What's in the box

  • 1 x TV
  • 1 x Remote control
  • 1 x Base stand
  • 1 x User manual
 

What's In The Box?

Includes a stand, power cable and standard remote control.

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