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£287.48 AOC L32W981 32-inch LCD with Freeview & 2 year warranty

With introducing the new 981 LCD TV Series, the AOC International (Europe) GmbH impressivly continues its high quality measures set in the Home Entertainment branch.

The new product line includes modern designed monitors with fashionably features. Within the new 19’’-42’’ range HD-ready TV every customer will discover his individual favourit.

Surrounded by a high-glossy black frame, the blue crystal panels offer a 16:10 screen format. Provided with two HDMI connections, analogue and digital hybrid tuners, the LCD TV sets display digital television, videos, games, and PC applications in an outstanding quality.

Furthermore, two integrated high quality speakers give the impression of a three-dimensional sound experience. NICAM also enables digital stereo sound output.


32" Wide screen

Built-in hybrid Full channel Tuner (DTV, Analog) with DVB-T, Nicam, Teletext.

Graphic (D-SUB),3 x HDMI, DVB-T

Screen Size 32" TFT-LCD Panel, (660mm viewable image size)

Aspect Ratio 16:9

Resolution 1366 × 768 (WXGA)

Display Area (opening) H x V - 697.68 (H) x 392.25 (V)

Pixel Pitch 0.51075mm × 0.51075mm

Display colors 16.7 million

Contrast Ratio 15000:1 (dynamic)

Brightness 500cd/m2

Viewing Angle 176°(Horizontal) / 176°(Vertical)

Response Time 6.5

Lamp Type/Life > 60000

Color Temperature 6500/9000/11500 Kelvin degree

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