Olevia 2 Series 1080p 47″ LCD TV

Category: Televisions - Date: April 30, 2008

Olevia 2 Series 1080p 47 LCD TV

Olevia 2 Series 1080p 47″ LCD TV Introduction
For high-quality, high-definition TV, the 47-inch Olevia LCD TV delivers a simply stunning HDTV experience for home or commercial applications. Engineered to display the richest, most vibrant images.

Olevia 2 Series 1080p 47″ LCD TV Design
This flat-panel LCD television has a 47″ screen, measured diagonally from corner to corner. 1080p resolution means that this television has 1080 rows of pixels vertically. The more pixels a TV has, the clearer the images it can produce. The p stands for progressive scan, which means the TV refreshes every row of pixels during each cycle to produce smoother motion and sharper picture than interlaced scan.
Model: 247TFHD
Size: 45.38 x31.92 x 11.42 in.
Weight: 90.3 lb.

Olevia 2 Series 1080p 47″ LCD TV Features
The Olevia 47-inch LCD HDTV features the industry’s most advanced video processor. The result, theater-quality video for an exceptional entertainment experience.
NTSC tuner: A built-in NTSC tuner allows you to view standard analog television broadcasts through your television without a separate cable box.
ATSC tuner: The ATSC tuner means that you can enjoy over-the-air digital channels and theater quality audio (with a separate HD antenna) without the need for a digital antenna.

Olevia 2 Series 1080p 47″ LCD TV Performance
With a super-wide 178-degree viewing angle, images look spectacular wherever you are seated. Perfect for home or office viewing this Olevia 247TFHD LCD HDTV also excels as computer display with support for TV resolutions up to 1080i, and PC resolutions up to 1920 x 1080. Features a 16:9 Widescreen aspect ratio and a contrast ratio of 1600:1.

What’s included in the package
47.0 ” Screen LCD Television, Remote Control, Quick Use Guide

View what the director intended you to see with precision colors and distortion free images. The 47-inch Olevia LCD TV provides a full range of brightness, contrast, color, tint and sharpness and mode controls for recreating image quality as it was meant to be viewed.

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