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[COTD] Blaupunkt 21.5" 12V/240V FullHD TV $130+pp USB PVR & Play, Gr8 for Bedroom/Caravan/Yacht

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Been dying to fill that bank spot on your yacht but couldn't find a TV cheap enough? Bored while sailing the seas (or 'camping' in your caravan). Kids ruining that sophisticated vibe? Does catch have a deal for you:

Edit: shipping range after a few try $10.21 (Melbourne) to 18.42 (Perth).

From the listing:
Blaupunkt 21.5” Full HD LED TV w/ USB Media Playback
Value packed 21.5” TV that can double as a monitor!
Great for bedrooms & small spaces | Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
USB PVR & media playback function | Boat & caravan compatible
Please note, due to its size, this item will be charged and shipped individually
Looking for an inexpensive, but feature-packed, new TV? Well, your search is over; this Blaupunkt 21.5" HD LED TV set is all that you need. Plus it can even double as a monitor for your PC! With an integrated HD tuner it's free-to-air ready, and with USB record/playback functions you can bring over all your favourite video files from your computer and watch them in stunning full HD resolution!
Features:
Blaupunkt 21.5” TV
Integrated high definition digital tuner with MPEG4 compatibility
USB port for multimedia playback and PVR
21.5" Widescreen Full HD LED LCD display
Can double as a monitor for your PC
1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution
1000:1 Contrast Ratio
Brightness 250cd/m2
5ms Response Time
2 x 3w Audio Output
Connectors: HDMI x 1; CVBS x 1; PC In x 1; Component x 1; Coax Digital x 1
Audio In: PC Audio x 1; 3.5mm Headphone x 1; CVBS Audio Mini Jack x 1 (shared with Component Video)
Preset Picture Modes
VESA Standard Wall Mount Ready
Hotel Lock
Sound: Bass/Treble/Balance; Preset Sound Modes
7 Day EPG
12 volt or AC Power - compatible with boats, caravans & more
Unit Dimensions with stand (W x H x D) mm: 532 x 150 x 375
Unit Weight kg with stand: 3.6kg
12 Month Manufacturer Warranty - refer to 'Warranty' tab for details.

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  • +1 vote

    Spend another $70 and get a $40 voucher: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/144636

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    Upvote for 'camping' in your caravan.

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    any reviews on this? Need a monitor that doubles as a ps3 device…

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    thanks for the effort. Might just spend 200 and get a decent BenQ monitor instead…

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    Awesome! Finally the blank spot in my bathroom can be filled.
    Pitty it does not have gesture control but guess airplay via raspberry will do.

    I have been thinking about a program (hopefully can be crowd funded) that can allow the toilet seat to communicate with the TV. As soon as you apply pressure (sorry) it turns on and straight to national geographic. The natural sight an sounds will help you in your journey.

    And if you are in a mood then a "custom channel" can be programmed. Beats carrying your phone to the dunny and checking oz bargain out any day.

    Must have a mechanism to turn off as soon as the flusher goes off.

    Any takers?

    *edited for some typos

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      The event system in MythTV would actually make this trivial.
      The only hard bit would be that you are spoiled for choice in the sheer number of different sensor systems you could use to trigger the event - the cheapest & most trivial likely being to disassemble a mouse, but given the sheer number of cheap input systems available it wouldn't be by much.
      Rather than pressure you could use a light (infra-red?) beam over the toilet, seems a bit more hygienic/less in the way when cleaning.
      In order to keep the system wireless you could use a small turbine in the water inlet to charge batteries for the sensor system, a small drop in inlet pressure and hence fill speed is very unlikely to be a problem in anything but the worst water pressure areas.
      You could also add a couple of flush sensors (water level?) and use them to trigger applying power for 20sec or so to one of the airwick automatic air freshener units (they run on 4.5v so 5v would be fine, they spray once about 10 sec after being turned on) and turn on the fan for a while for a full flush but not a half flush.
      (yes, im a mechatronic engineering student lmao)

  • +1 vote

    17 watts 3A not to bad at all….should last a few hours on some decent batteries…

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