Samsung SAMSUNG 43″INCHES LED TV
Full HD 1080p Resolution
ENERGY STAR Qualified
Power Supply: AC100-240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption (Max): 69W
Power Consumption (Stand-by): 0.3 watts
Power Consumption (Typical): 27.0 watts3 HDMI space 2 USB play potVGA space.
Item Weight 40.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 32.9 x 30.4 x 10 inches
Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
Color Name Black
S 43 Inch 80cm HD LED TV 43J430SWwill redefine the way you enjoy entertainment, the slim LED TV will be a perfect addition to electronics collection. This SAMSUNG TV will allow you see images in sharp and crystal clear form. With a high resolution, you will be able to see colours in their true form. This will make you have an enjoyable TV experience, entertainment get better when you have a very good television. If you are a lover of sport and action movies that involves a lot of fast moving pictures then this LED TV is the right choice. It has an in-built with technology that will eliminate blur from fast moving pictures. This will ensure you have a complete all-round entertainment.
The secret behind SAMSUNG TV’s life-like color and wide viewing angle is the panel. Just as the quality of the beans
determines the quality of the coffee, the quality of the panel determines the quality of the TV. The IPS Panel
used by samsung is the reason why samsung LED TVs have clearer, more consistent, and sturdy screens.
Life-like Color: IPS offers a color impression that is most identical to that of the image. The colors are truly closest to nature and most comfortable for the eyes.
Wide Viewing Angle: Among LCD panels, it is visibly clear that IPS shows the most consistent color and contrast from all angles. Free from color wash and contrast loss, it is the ideal panel for all purposes.
Blur-free Clarity: IPS is decidedly superior to the competing panels in the clarity of its pictures during fast motion display, allowing blur-free, crystal-clear pictures.
Stable Screen: IPS panels are stable and sturdy, and resistant to damage, as opposed to weak competing panels; just try a simple knock or poke at the screens to see for yourself.