Toshiba 32P1300 32" Multisystem LED TV pal ntsc secam 110 220 240 volts
The Toshiba 32P1300 was built for the 220-240 Volt 50/60 hertz market! This 32" TV has Toshiba's REGZA Engine, which provides the best video processing technology to enhance the recieved signals, and has 1366 x 768 Resolution with a 10-bit processing! This Multisystem TV will give you an unforgettable experience with the greatest quality images.
Toshiba 32P1300 32" Multisystem LED TV pal ntsc secam 110 220 240 volts Specifications
Specifications subject to change
- Screen Type: 32
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Brightness (cd/m2): 200
- Resolution (HxV): 1366 x 768p
- Viewing Angle (Degrees): 176
- Panel Response Speed (ms) 8.5
- Regza Engine 10 Bit Video Processing
- 3D Comb Filter
- Aspect Ratio(s) (W:H) : 16:09
- Picture Mode : Dynamic / Standard / Mild / Movie / Game
- Stereo system : NICAM I, B/G, D/K, & German Stereo B/G, D/K
- Stereo 8W x 2 Speaker
- 1 x HDMI
- 1 x USB Input
- Composite Video + RCA Audio
Dimension & Weight
- Dimension wo/st (WxHxD)mm (Slimmest area): 734x479x65(50)
- Dimension w/st (WxH D)mm:734x543x180
- Weight wo/st (Net)kg : 4.3
- Weight w/st (Net)kg : 5.0
- 110-240V 50/60Hz
- Power Power Consumption : 25W
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