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GraysOnLine 24" Dgtec LED HDTV with PVR Function $149 Delivered

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I think this is a good deal for 24" LED HDTV with PVR.

It's difficult to get anything closer to the price with FREE DELIVERY.

DgTec High Definition 24inch (60cm) LED with PVR Function- Model: DG-HD24LED

Recommended Retail Price at October 2011 - $399.00

System Features:

HDTV 1080i, 720p, 1080p
Original Panel
MPEG2/MPEG4 H-2.64 DVB-T
USB PVR Function
Tag Events from EPG
Timer Function
One Touch Recording
View MP3/MPEG4/WMA/JPEG /Common AVI/TS files
Display Features:

Aspect Ratio 16:9
Pixel Pitch: 0.24825 (H) x 0.24825 (V) mm
Response time: < 6 ms
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio: 1000 : 1
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Maximum Colors: 16.7 M
Viewing Angle: 80/80/75/85
TV System

Color System PAL/SECAM
Sound System DK/I/BG/L/Lā€™
Audio System

Stereo System
Audio Speakers 5W x 2
Connections

USB x 1 ā€“ Recording Function
RF Input x 1
PC Analog Port x 1
PC Stereo Input x 1
AV In x 1
HDMI x 2
YPbPr x 1
Accessories

Full User Manual
Full Remote Control (Incl. Batteries)
Power Supply 110 ā€“ 240V
MEPS Compliant
GST Note:
GST is included in the price of this item. GST is included in the freight.

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  • +3

    plus for price neg for grays

    therefore no vote

  • +1

    lol, it would have to almost be the deal of a lifetime for graysonline to pry any money from my fingers, period

    • Can you clarify why graysonline is so bad? I've had a rather negative experience myself (i.e. A faulty item was refunded minus the "buyer's premium"). Since then, I've bought a couple of items, with some trepidation. It worked out ok the last couple of times, but it would be interesting to hear the experiences of others.

  • -2

    Seriously these LCD panels cost like $10 to make. The cost is ridiculous.

    • +5

      well off you go and make one for $10 you'll be a rich man

      You'd need to do some R&D, build a factory (meeting local gov and environmental rules), assemble the screens, Q&A them, ship, store, market them and send to the end user, as well as provide ongoing support and repairs, parts and warranties.

      And you'd only charge $10 and not profit from it or make money back. Well that's nice of you.

    • And bottled water by Coca Cola - costs .000065c a litre

      Now thats a ridiculous cost!!!

  • I been looking around the last few days for a cheap 24"-32". This is by far the best deal i have seen. Highly doubt it would arrive before Christmas otherwise i would buy.

  • ??? Viewing Angle: 80/80/75/85

    very limited viewing angles there.

    • very limited viewing angles there.

      Seriously!? You like to watch a TV side-on? Much more than 80 deg, and you'd be behind it.

      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viewing_angle

        It's the angle of the cone. The max is 180.

        • It's the angle of the cone. The max is 180.

          Not in this case, since they gave 4 numbers - must be L/R and up/down. Never heard of an LCD with 80deg cone.
          It'll be the usual TFT panel.

  • I wonder what the catch is. I couldn't find any reviews for this model but searching on dgtec returned some poor reviews of other models, which may hint at something. Fortunately I'm not in the market for a TV.

  • I looked around, all this size is around same specs, panel is from china. Connectivity is different depending on brand. Ebay has some around the same price @ auction, some had pickup if you want it before christmas.

    Ok price at this point. Not sure about this brand.

  • Can you watch chanel 74 on this?

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