19" LED 12V HD TV w/Built-In Global Tuners - 2x HDMI
The Worlds first 19" HD 12 Volt LED TV with built in Global HD Tuner that works in over 150 countries. The Majestic LED193GS is the latest addition to the range with state of the art engineering from Majestic. The LED193GS is packed with new technology such as built in DVD Player, PVR on DVB-T Signals, Majestic Link, ARC, USB for Multi Media and MMMI for iOS and Android capable devices to give you HD video interface.
Global Solutions TV Tuner: Majestic is the world's first company to engineer a 12 Volt LED TV with Tri HD Tuners. The three TV tuners are designed to give the Marine customer capabilities to travel to over 150 different countries and be able to tune in the local TV Stations. The Majestic LED193GS has a Built in DVB-T2 H264 MPEG4 HD Tuner, with DVB-S2 HD Satellite TV Tuner for Europe and Pacific Region and finally an ATSC HD Digital Tuner for North America.
Power Consumption: The Majestic LED193GS LED TV draws 1.9Amp @ 12V or 23W of energy while watching TV. Now comparing this to a 100W Light bulb you can operate 5 Majestic 19" LED TV's and use the same amount of energy, this ensures that you can watch TV of a night time and not worry if it will draw too much power from your batteries - Let's make it efficient
Voltage Range: Most TV brands claim they are 12 Volt, and technically yes they work on 12 Volts. However the issue is the level of tolerance the TV has, most 12 Volt TV's have a limited tolerance, generally between 11V and 14V. The Majestic TV's are designed to work from 9V through to 27V DC, therefore ensuring you will not have any power issues. The TV is not designed to work on a 24V system as most 24V systems charge at 32V.
One Touch Tuning: Majestic knows that in mobile situations like Boats and RV's that you are constantly moving in different areas. So Majestic added a simple feature to the remote control - SCAN. When you have relocated to your new position, simply push the SCAN button and the TV will go through and Re-Tune to the new location and get all the channels in your new area. - Let's make it simple.
Multi Media Display:The Majestic TV is designed with a multitude of inputs such as: VGA, Component, Composite, 2x HDMI, and USB. Basically you can connect up almost any device to our TV and it becomes a large screen display. You can connect your USB hard drive with movies, music or photos and then have hours of entertainment.
Majestic Link: Majestic Link is software that allows function control to other compatible devices that connected via the HDMI cable. The Majestic link is compatible with, Samsung's Anynet, Sony's Bravia Sync, Pioneer's Kuro Link, Mitsubishi's Netcommand, Toshiba's REGZA-LINK, LG's SimpLink and Onky's RIHD.
ARC: Audio Return Channel is a new feature that has been added to the Majestic TV which allows you to send the TV audio to another ARC compatible device.
USB Functions: The Majestic LED193GS has a USB that is designed to take most of your Multi Media files and display these on the screen.
MMMI - Majestic Multi Media Interface - Majestic has engineered state of the art software and hardware that allows connectivity of your iOS or Android Phone or Tablet to be displayed on the Majestic TV. So whatever you do on your Phone or Tablet will be displayed in HD on the Majestic TV screen.
*Due to the large variety of cable options for iOS and Android the tablet and phone connecting cable is not included with TV.
*Some Apps may be licensed and controlled by the App developer and not allow Video output through the App.
Warranty: Majestic products are designed and developed in Australia and exported globally, with over 10 years experience Majestic stands by the quality our products by providing a 3 year worldwide warranty when registered online. Our engineering design team has paid attention to all the important details to ensure that when you purchase a product of this quality and caliber that you can enjoy many years of reliable performance in the toughest conditions where domestic brands will not survive.
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