Features and Technical Details
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12/24 Volt Regulated Adaptors
We can supply Cello TVs in 16” 19” 22” and 24” with a cigarette type adaptor that provides a fully stabilised 12/24 volt supply to the TV when it is run from a battery – this prevents powerspikes from getting to the TV that may cause damage. This lead has been fully tested and approved by Cello Electronics for use with their TVs. The regulated lead has a range of input from 12V-30V DC making it perfect for use in Caravans, Motorhomes, Boats, Trucks etc. A standard mains adaptor is also supplied with the 12/24V lead for use in the home with a normal 3 pin plug. LED Screen Technology
LED Screen Technology
All Cello TVs use the latest LED Screen technology which gives the following advantages over the older technology LCD Screens: Ultra Low Power Consumption Lightweight and easily carried Super-slim Profile Bright and Crisp Pictures Vivid colour reproduction High Contrast Ratios which gives brighter whites and darker blacks
All of Cello high quality range of LED/DVD Combi TVs come equipped with a USB TV Record feature enabling it to be used in conjunction with a USB Memory Stick, this is not supplied, which can be used to record Freeview TV programmes, pause live TV and fast forward or rewind the same as PVR. The timer/record facility can be programmed directly from the on screen Freeview 7 Day Electronic Programme Guide. All Cello TVs will record Freeview programmes onto a USB Memory Stick when the TV is on standby mode, unlike some other TVs on the market. Simply set the timer, put the TV onto standby an it will automatically record the chosen programme. It is like having your own personal video recorder. This is how it works: 1. Insert a USB Memory Stick into the USB socket which is situated on the rear of the LED TV. 2. Bring up the Freeview 7 Day Electronic Programme Guide and highlight the programme to be recorded. 3. Press to confirm, this programmes the timer. 4. Put your TV on to standby and the programme will record on to the USB Memory Stick even if you are not at home. After watching the programmes they can be deleted from the USB Memory Stick freeing it up for the next recording and with it being digital solid state chip technology it never wears out just like PVR. There is no problem with leaving the TV in standby mode as it consumes less than 0.5 watt of power while on standby. As a guide a 4Gb USB Memory Stick gives approximately 2 hours recording, an 8Gb Memory Stick will give approximately 4 hours recording and a16Gb Memory Stick will give approximately 8 hours recoding.
Slot ‘Power Load’ DVD/CD Player
All TVs which have a built in DVD player can also play CDs. The multi-region DVD player will also play DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW,SVCD,VCD,HD-CD, WMA, MPEG4 and photo picture discs. Easy to Use and Easy to Set Up Once the TV has been plugged in, insert the aerial connection and you are welcomed by the TV. Press OK and the TV does the rest. It tunes itself in, auto-sorts the channels and returns to BBC ONE when it’s finished. Any further Information required? Should any further information be required either technical or any other aspect of the TV call us on 01877 382173 when we will endeavor to answer any questions.