Witness stunning picture performance and enjoy a breath-taking overall viewing experience. The L1 series delivers Full High Definition picture quality combined with all the benefits of LED technology for amazing colour, brightness and image clarity all in a slim, space-saving design.
This HD 1080p TV gives you the very best quality high definition standard, so everything looks amazing, whether you’re watching soaps or sports! This is backed by a 200 Hz Active Motion Rate. This combines Backlight Blinking and Backlight Scanning to give you a crisper and sharper image. All this tech comes together to improve image brightness and colour, while providing better motion handling during fast content like sport and movies.
This TV has 3 HDMI inputs, which make it easy to connect your newer devices like a Blu-ray player, and a Scart input connects your older DVD or VCR players. There’s also 2 USB ports that let you connect an external hard drive, so you can look at your family photos from the media player on the big screen. The PC input allows you to connect to a laptop or PC, so you can use your TV as a computer screen and the Composite & Component (an adaptor comes with the TV) look after your sound, video and pictures from devices.
Built-in Freeview gives you access to loads of channels and an 8 day programme guide lets you plan ahead.
Two 8 Watt speakers give you 16 Watts of Dolby Digital and DTS Premium sound. There’s also a bass boost if you fancy a deeper sound. The telly’s speaker power is around 6 times less than you’d get from a soundbar. For a rich and full cinema sound, you might also want to consider a surround sound system.
This LED TV uses hundreds of little light-emitting diodes to give a sharp and vibrant display. This creates a full colour range from deep blacks to brilliant bright tones to give you great depth – brilliant whatever you’re watching. LED TVs are also really energy efficient compared to older plasma and LCD TVs, so they’ll save you some money too. It’s a great choice if you like cosy movie nights in, when you’re watching your favourite films in low lighting.