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9" LED monitor for £49.99 (U.K only)

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by phantasm, Jan 3, 2014.

  1. phantasm

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    Hi Guys,
    Anyone fancy a 9" LED monitor for £49.00 (reduced from £99). This looks like it would make a pretty good FPV monitor.
    Unfortunately, it's U.K only. Available from Maplin until midnight tonight (3rd January). Specs are as follows:

    • 9-inch digital TV with high resolution LED backlit screen• Receive UK Freeview and Irish Saorview channels• Modern LED backlit panel, higher contrast ratio and lower energy use• AV video input (3.5mm jack with 3 x RCA adaptor) allows connection of a camcorder, VCR/DVD, security camera or other video source• AV output to display on another screen• USB inputs• Playback your MP3 music collection• View JPG photos, with onscreen 12-picture preview and rotate function• Listen to music whilst displaying pictures• Playback MPEG4 (AVI) compressed video• Supplied with both car and indoor power supplies• Includes removable pan and tilt mount, to mount at virtually any angle you desire• Use either supplied telescopic aerial, supplied DVB-T mini aerial or link to a main aerial feed• Auto scanning for easy TV channel setup• Can store up to 256 channels• Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)• Fully featured remote control accesses the on-screen menu display• Internal full range speaker and an output connector to add additional external speakers or headphones• Earphone output jack• Power: DC 12v input, 10W (car and mains power supplies included)• Dimensions: 258(w) x 156(h) x 39(d) mm• Weight: 706g
     
  2. rilot

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    Link so people don't have to search for it: http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/9-inch-led-tv ... nput-a01jq

    Not a bad deal but I suspect that it wouldn't be any good for FPV as it will (as do most) show a blue screen when input signal is poor. This is bad for FPV because a broken up signal is better than a blue screen where you see nothing.