Kogan TV

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BillMc
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Kogan TV

Post by BillMc » Sun Jul 17, 2011 6:38 pm

G'day All,
Can anyone tell me if the Kogan TV has HD and analogue tuning inbuilt?

Cheers,

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J.REEVES
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Re: Kogan TV

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Titch
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Re: Kogan TV

Post by Titch » Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:58 pm

BillMc wrote:G'day All,
Can anyone tell me if the Kogan TV has HD and analogue tuning inbuilt?

Cheers,

Yes while it works, if your hearing is dodgy, forget the sound.
I have inustry bad hearing and the sound comes across as rubbish.
other brands sound better to me.
My tv tuner on the unit has stopped working after a few months,for the price it was not worth returning.
Personaly I think the product is cheap and shows it.
HMMM maybe thats why it was cheap :lol:
My opinion only.
Treat as a short term unit rather than something that will last.
Cheers.
Titch

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Re: Kogan TV

Post by Coromal Couple » Mon Jul 18, 2011 1:30 am

G'day BillMc.

In answer to your question, yes! We have 2 of these units, both 19" w/DVD. One is 18mths old and the other 6mths old. Different tuning set-up for each. The newest one you have to select DTV or analogue TV and tune them independently, however, once tuned you can switch between Digital and Analogue as required.

We like them and don't have any problems with the sound other than hard to hear some DVD's or TV with heavy rain on the roof. We've had the same problem with other makes as well!

Good luck and best regards, Dawn & Lance.
Enjoy the trip, Love the stay.
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BillMc
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Re: Kogan TV

Post by BillMc » Mon Jul 18, 2011 9:04 am

Thanks to all,
That's exactly what i wanted to know :-) My TCL didn't survive the corrugations, and I have a 2" band down the rt hand side of the screen, I don't expect a long life from a TV in these conditions. That is why i was thinking cheaper/disposable.

Cheers,
Bill

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Re: Kogan TV

Post by alvik » Mon Jul 18, 2011 9:29 am

Gidday BillMc, I have a Conia LED TV in my van. It is a 19 inch with built in DVD & USB. It came from Deals Direct on the net. It was $199 + $9.95 delivery. It has great picture & sound. It searches for digital & analogue at the same time and is easy to operate. When we travel it sits on the bed. Also have one in our bedroom at home. Haven't had any trouble with either of them.
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Alvik

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bellettpr
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Re: Kogan TV

Post by bellettpr » Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:47 am

2 points on Kogan advertize suitable for caravans. Warranty they pick up and return.
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Re: Kogan TV

Post by watt-bp » Mon Jul 18, 2011 12:06 pm

i have 3 items from KOGAN and they are great two 40inch and one 19inch with dvd for the caravan
great warranty and product have had one doodoo it self in the house and they just replaced it next day or so.

i will be buying more from this company

cheers

watt-bp

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Re: Kogan TV

Post by Food&Fish » Thu Jul 28, 2011 6:52 pm

I see Kogans website has 12=240 volt 16 in tv $125 plus delivery
If it isent broke dont fix it

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Re: Kogan TV

Post by xina » Thu Jul 28, 2011 7:02 pm

They can also be used as Computer Monitors.

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xina.
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