Digihome LED TV
With a classy high-gloss finish, the Digihome LED TV will look great anywhere in your home.
The Digihome 22 inch Full HD LED TV comes with integrated Freeview giving you access to up to 50 TV channels with no subscription and no contract as well as 24 digital radio stations. Not to mention the interactive features that can be accessed via the red button. With a wide range of connectivity options, including two HDMI inputs, USB and VGA ports, you are sure to be able to connect all your devices, even your PC.
With full 1080P HD resolution, this TV is perfect for enjoying all your HD content.
Super-slim thanks to LED backlighting technology.
Thanks to LED backlighting, this Digihome TV cuts an exceptionally slim figure and means it's suitable for any room of the house, including your bedroom. You can even set the sleep timer so your TV will switch off automatically when you go to bed.
Simple to set-up
Digihome TVs are extremely easy to setup, simply plug it in, connect a suitable aerial and your TV will tune in all the available channels straight away. All you have to do is sit back and start enjoying your favourite TV programmes.
Enjoy the convenience of leaving your TV in standby mode, without worrying about your electricity bill or carbon footprint. The Digihome 22" LED TV uses less than 1 Watt of energy in standby mode and, thanks to LED technology, uses less power than a conventional LCD TV in normal use.
Enjoy high definition content
Full 1080P HD
Enjoy vibrant, sharp picture quality thanks to the 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution. Simply connect a high definition (HD) device such as a Blu-ray player, PS3 or Sky HD box, and start enjoying your TV and films in HD.
As well as reducing energy consumption, and making your TV super-slim, LED TVs tend to produce superior picture quality when compared with conventional LCD TVs. This is thanks to the LED backlight's ability to significantly improve the contrast, resulting in deeper blacks and more vivid colours.
HDMI input for HD quality
To enjoy HD quality from your devices, simply connect them to the Digihome LED TV via one of the HDMI connections. HDMI is the highest possible quality connection, it carries both HD video and audio signals, ensuring you get the best possible picture and sound. Some of the more recent laptops and cameras also have HDMI outputs, so you can easily view HD content from them on your TV.
Additional connectivity options
Connect your PC or Mac
Want to watch your PC or Mac on a bigger screen? No problem. As well as an HDMI connection there is a VGA connection on the back of the TV. Simply connect your PC or Mac to the VGA port and view your computer screen on the TV. More recent laptops include HDMI connections which you can also use.
Many older devices such as VCRs use SCART leads to connect to TVs. So to ensure you can connect all of your devices, we have included a SCART connection at the back of the TV also.
Digital audio output
Want to listen to the audio from your TV through your AV receiver or surround sound system? No problem. There is a digital coaxial output on the back of the TV, so you can easily integrate it into your audio set-up.
Connect a USB drive and you can watch your digital movies on-screen or even view your latest photos through the media player built into your TV. You can also listen to your music collection (MP3 format supported). Simply insert your USB media into the side USB input and select your files from the on-screen menu.
The media player supports a wide range of file types for video playback including MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG3, MPEG4, XviD (up to version 1.1.2).
Freeview tuner built-in
Receive up to 50 free TV channels including ITV1, ITV2, E4 and up to 24 digital radio channels, thanks to the built-in Freeview digital TV tuner. There's no monthly fees, and it couldn't be simpler to set-up, simply plug-in, connect a suitable aerial, and the TV will tune the channels in for you.
Electronic programme guide
With the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) you can view what is showing on all channels as well as plan your viewing for the week ahead, setting reminders so you don't miss your favourite programmes.
45 kWh per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.