JE1914DVDC

JENSEN LCD Television

JENSEN LCD Television

Description

The JENSEN LCD Television is ideal for a boater who seeks big entertainment while out on the water.

Features

  • High performance wide 16:9 LCD panel
  • Selectable (variable/fixed) analog audio output
  • Stereo audio input
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Features:

  • DC power
  • High performance wide 16:9 LCD panel
  • Integrated HDTV (ATSC) tuner
  • HDTV Ready (1080p, 720p, 480p)
  • Stereo audio input x 1
  • Full function wireless remote control included
  • VESA 75mm x 75mm mounting pattern
  • Table top stand included
  • 12VDC power cord included
  • 110V AC AC/DC power adapter included
  • Overall dimensions: 18.03 w x 11.72 H x 2.17" D without stand
  • Dimensions with stand: 18.03 w x 13.54 h x 4.31 D


Input/Outputs:

  • Composite video input (NTSC/PAL compatible)
  • Stereo audio input
  • Component video (YPbPr)
  • VGA with 3.5mm audio input
  • RF x 1
  • USB x 1
  • HDMI input x 1
  • Selectable (Variable/Fixed) analog audio output
  • Digital SPDIF audio output (RCA)
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JENSEN LCD Television JE1914DVDC LCD television with DVD player, 19 inches
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