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Manta 42" 3D TV Full HD 1080P with 4 Sets of 3D Glasses

Discussion in 'Expired Bargains' started by davidm2, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. davidm2

    davidm2 Active Member AVForums Sponsor

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    42" Manta LED4201 LED 3D TV Full HD 1080P 3xHDMI inc 4x 3D Glasses FreeView DVB-T USB

    Brand New Product - 2 Year Warranty - AVForums Exclusive Offer - While Stocks Last

    Normal Retail Price: £458.90 Inc VAT
    AVForums Price: £436.80 Inc VAT

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    42" Manta LED 4201 TV comes with 3D support. It has FreeView support and is bundled with 4 pairs of 3D glasses

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    • 4 sets of 3D glasses
    • DVB-T MPEG4 HD. H264 Tuner
    • Save power - maximum consumption 140W
    • Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1080
    • 16.7M high quality image color
    • Compare with normal LED monitor contrast 25000:1
    • Connection: 3xHDMI, 1xVGA, 1xS-Video, 1xSCART,
    • USB input: movies, music, pictures
    • Multi Language OSD
    • Size: 1008x684x48mm
     
  2. DARRAHMAN

    DARRAHMAN Active Member

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    £380 on amazon the now same deal
     
  3. davidm2

    davidm2 Active Member AVForums Sponsor

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    To clarify:

    The model on Amazon is LCD (Model number LCD4214).

    The model here is LED (Model number LED4201)
     
  4. Trollslayer

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    Is this FreeviewHD? You say DVB-T which is Freeview.
     

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