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Hitachi 42 Inch Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV - 4 Series for £349.99 at Argos


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Hitachi 42 Inch Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV - 4 Series for £349.99 at Argos


Hitachi 42 Inch Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV - 4 Series.

This TV will not work with digital signals in the Republic of Ireland, you will require a digital set top box or satellite source


This Hitachi 42 inch widescreen LCD TV has a Full HD 1080p resolution for improved picture quality.
Full connectivity including PC input.

Television picture quality:

Full HD 1080p.
Freeview digital tuner.
42in (106cm) widescreen TV with 106cm visible screen size.
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Brightness 500cd/m2.
Contrast ratio 1400:1.
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
Progressive scan.


2 HDMI sockets.
2 SCART sockets.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
AV socket (side).

Sound quality:

NICAM stereo sound system.
2 x 8 watts RMS power output.

Digital features:

Digitally interactive.
Digital text.
Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Auto setup.
Now and next programme guide.
7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
Top up TV compatible.
CI slot.
Audio description compatible.

Additional features:

UHF/VHF tuner.
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Picture in picture (PIP).
Picture and picture (PAP).
Picture and text.
Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
Size of TV H65, W101, D10cm.
Weight of TV 18kg (unpackaged).
Complete with tabletop stand.
Size of TV with stand H68.8, W101, D24.6cm.
Weight of TV with stand 18.8kg.
Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 400 x 200mm bracket (bracket not included).

Energy efficiency information:

Standby power consumption 0.9 watt.
Energy Saving Trust recommended

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