TEAC Releases Multimedia TVs

TEAC hit the ground running with new LCDs

TEAC claims its new multimedia televisions give Australians a complete multimedia AV experience at home by being able to playback music, photos and movies from an SD or MMC card or USB thumb drive.

Both of TEAC’s multimedia models are capable of receiving HD and SD TV broadcasts, or where digital reception is poor, both models can receive analogue broadcasts as well.
There are a variety of connections including Composite, S-Video, Component and HDMI on each of the TVs for consumers who want to add additional audio visual components.

With a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:10, each HD tuner ensures picture quality of up to 1080i. The 19-inch LCD offers a high resolution of 1440×900 while the 22-inch unit offers high contrast and high resolution of 1680 x 1050. These TVs are PAL/NTSC compatible.
Complete with high injection-moulded finish, their 12V DC compatibility makes the unit suitable for use in caravans.

Available for a recommended retail price of $699 and $799, TEAC’s new high definition range is available with a 12 month warranty from leading retailers around Australia.

TEAC is also releasing the LCDV1957DVR, LCDV2257DVR and the LCDV2657DVR LCDs that have an integrated DVD players and HD tuners.

With a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:10, each HD tuner ensures a high quality picture of up to 1080i, says TEAC. The 19inch LCD offers a high resolution of 1440×900 while both 22-inch and 26-inch units offer high contrast and high resolution of 1680 x 1050.

These new LCD TVs are PAL/NTSC compatible. With an HDMI connection, playback from any external devices is easy to connect, while the MMC, MS and SD card reader enables users the ability to playback downloaded music, movies and photos without burning them to disc.
Finally, a remote control operates both the television and the DVD player from one unit, cutting down on clutter on the coffee table.

Available for a recommended retail price of $899, $999 and $1299.



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