Toshiba 19DL502B 19-inch Widescreen HD Ready LED TV with Freeview and Built-in DVD Player – Black (New for 2013)

July 1, 2013 - Comment

Perfect for small rooms or when space is limited, the 19DL502 delivers High Definition image quality with the added convenience of a built-in DVD player. Using LED technology, youll enjoy amazing colour, brightness and clarity, all in a super-thin design. Along with the reassurance of Toshiba quality and great affordability, the DL502 series also includes

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Perfect for small rooms or when space is limited, the 19DL502 delivers High Definition image quality with the added convenience of a built-in DVD player. Using LED technology, youll enjoy amazing colour, brightness and clarity, all in a super-thin design. Along with the reassurance of Toshiba quality and great affordability, the DL502 series also includes built-in Freeview digital TV for access to up to 50 digital TV channels and 24 radio stations without subscription, plus video, photo and audio playback via USB. Multiple HDMI inputs and PC input make it easy to connect to other devices in your home.

Product Features

  • 1366 x 768 Pixel Resolution
  • Built-In DVD Player
  • 19″ High Definition LED Screen
  • Freeview Tuner

Comments

Carlsbergfc says:

LED DVD The picture quality is excellent. the sound is not brilliant but has adjustment and is as a small tv with small speakers is to be expected. The DVD is rather noisy when it first spins the disc up though which is dissapointing. ALSO NOTE that if you want to mount it on a VESA barcket on the wall you will have problems. I had to take a hacksaw to my VESA bracket to get it to fit on the back of the TV as the DVD case protrudes and prevents the VESA mount from screwing on. Therefore buy a mount that is a ‘X’ type so you only have to hacksaw one leg of the ‘X’ to get it to fit.

bufeo says:

A mediocre TV for the kitchen On the plus side the picture on the TV is okay and it can be seen clearly from many angles. The sound from the speakers is okay for a small TV.After a couple of months the slight niggles with our TV that would stop me recommending it are: a slightly irritating clicking noise; the TV doesn’t always turn off when pressing the power button on the remote; and on a couple of occasions the TV lost all the channels and had to be retuned (this was long after the Freeview switchover had finished). It seems as though the clicking noise on other LED TV sets is related to faulty capacitors that may need replacing in the future (search ‘LED TV clicking’). However, as long as the TV continues to work the clicking noise in a kitchen is just a minor irritation.

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