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Flip down kitchen LCD - now installed...

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Judders, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. Judders

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    I finally got round to fitting the little 8 inch LCD I bought for the new kitchen and thought I'd share a few pics.

    The picture quality, although not quite the same as my Sharp 32GA4E ;) , is fine for the purpose it was purchased for - so the Mrs can keep her eye on the soaps whilst she's in the kitchen. The only downside, is the built in speakers - they're ok with speech, but any kind of music at a decent level and they distort :( Not too much of an issue as Eastenders fortunately doesn't have too many heavy basslines! However, I might look into somehow attaching some external speakers to beef it up a bit.

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    looks, nice, we are having a new kitchen fitted atm, and are looking at adding a small tv, was looking at a little 15inch lcd for the corner, but this seem a better idea as it does take any space up. how much was it? was it easy to set up?

    thanks.

    nice kitchen btw :)
     
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    We thought about a 14/15 inch LCD too, but our kitchen's so small, we just haven't got the space, so this worked really well.

    I've got it connected to the RF2 connection of the Sky+ box in the front room, so it was just a matter of running some coax cable from the lounge and connecting the power. It does have a connection for a terrestrial ariel, but reception's so bad in our area we didn't bother.

    Cost me £200 from ebay. The seller got it 'free' cos he spent over £5k on an MFI kitchen, but I've seen them advertised at £280ish. To be honest, if I had the space I would definitely go for a 15 inch LCD, but I haven't! :rolleyes:
     
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    Hi do any of you have the instruction manual for this TV as I;m trying to get hold of a copy?

    Thanks Jon
     

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