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Haier HLT10 10.2-Inch Handheld TV, Black

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  • 10.2-inch portable LCD TV with ATSC/NTSC tuner
  • Selectable screen aspect ratio of 16:9 or 4:3
  • Audio/video and coaxial outputs
  • Multi language OSD- English, French and Spanish
  • AC adaptor, car adaptor and remote control
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This item ships with a protective film covering the unit. Please remove prior to use.
This TV must be stationary in order to function. It cannot be used while moving and/or in transit. To see if you can receive an over-the-air signal in your area, please visit www.fcc.gov/mb/engineering/maps/. See complete details.


Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Haier
  • Model: HLT10
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 10 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 10.2 x 7.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001OXKPDO
  • Item model number: HLT10
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,048 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 8, 2009

Product Description

The Haier HLT10 portable LCD TV gives you the ability to enjoy your favorite television programs anywhere, any time--in your home or away. Watch the morning news without having to get out of bed, or while sun bathing in the back yard. Does someone else have dibs on the TV room? Pull out your HLT10, and you've got your own TV room. This handy little portable TV has a 10-inch LCD high-resolution display that switches between a 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratio. It has a built-in ATSC/NTSC tuner enabling you to receive crisp reception of your favorite channels - even after the digital-to-analog switch in June 2009. The HLT10 connects to other devices with an audio/video and coaxial outputs. Watch with others using the built-in twin speaker system or plug your headphones into the included jack to enjoy your favorite programs without disturbing those around you. The rechargeable battery offers up to 2.5-hours of life between charges -- enough time to watch an entire movie or several episodes of your favorite show without a recharge. With the help of the built-in stand you can conveniently set the TV on any table, desk or counter. The HLT10 includes an AC power adapter, a car adapter and a remote control. Note: Reception of over the air signal depends on your location. Lack of reception does not indicate a defective product, but merely a weak transmission signal. Try moving the unit to another location, or connecting to cable, satellite, external or an indoor antenna.

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Customer Reviews

Picture and sound quality is good for a TV this size.
Rosco P.
I needed a little tv for my computer room / office and this TV fit perfect!
C. Austin
The screen's aspect ratio is a bit odd - it's 16:10 (not 16:9).
Randy W

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144 of 146 people found the following review helpful By videobruce on November 14, 2010
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After reading many reviews complaining about poor reception, let me state: a monopole antenna (the one included with most of these sets) IS NOT, NEVER WAS and NEVER WILL WORK PROPERLY for a 'TV' antenna! In the first place, it's only half an antenna (unless you are really close to your local transmitters). Even 'Rabbit Ears" (a dipole antenna) borders on being called a "TV antenna". The one to use is a "Silver Sensor" (or it's clones) for UHF indoors. This also might work for areas that reverted back to the VHF high band. Remember, I'm talking about the PHYSICAL channel number, not the virtual number they insist to use, which in most cases, is NOT the same!
Hooking this up to an decent outdoor antenna under known conditions, this tuner receives as good as most any other TV. There are a few exceptions, but nothing drastic. It does have some trouble locking on to known good signals sometimes (unknown just why), but for the most part if you are having trouble receiving any local station, the fault is not the TV.

After researching the individual components, I found this is a older design. My set had a manufacturing date of 9/09;
LCD Panel is a Innolux 800x480 LED backlit panel from 2006.
Demodulator is a Samsung VSB/QAM tuner from 2007.
Battery pack is a 'Yoku Energy' 3.7 volt, 2.6 amp Lithium-Ion Polymer pack that occupies just over 1/2 of the battery compartment. There is room for a pack almost 2x in size. Unlike common NiCd or NiMH cells, these are 'flat', staked one above the other. Running time is around three hours. Charge time is more than stated. Six plus hours for a full charge, not three as stated in the manual (with the set in standby or off).

Regarding the previous reviewers comments;
1. On the absence of the "tint" control in the A/V mode.
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184 of 189 people found the following review helpful By Randy W on March 30, 2010
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The HD picture is bright and clear, surprisingly good for a TV this small. The Black Levels are better than i expected too. The screen's aspect ratio is a bit odd - it's 16:10 (not 16:9). The screen is matte/non-reflective. The casing has a rubbery soft skin.

The digital tuner in this TV is QAM capable, and i discovered that it stores and remembers the Over-The-Air (OTA) channel map and the Cable channel map separately which is really handy. I can have it connected to TWC cable straight from the wall and watch all my local QAM "HD" cable channels and analog cable channels, then when i take it down to the garage and connect it to my UHF/VHF rooftop antenna lead, i just go into the Channel Menu and change the Antenna setting from CABLE to AIR and the previously stored OTA channel map then becomes available. When i bring it back into the house and connect it back to cable from the wall, i go into the same menu and switch it back to CABLE and all of my QAM channels become available. If you switch sources on virtually all other small to large LCD and Plasma TVs you have to re-scan for the channels every time you change sources and that takes several minutes. But with this TV it's accomplished with just a quick antenna mode setting change. To set up both tuner modes, connect it to a good antenna, put the TV into AIR mode and run a scan the OTA channels. Then for cable TV, connect it to your cable feed from the wall, put the TV into CABLE mode and run a scan for your cable channels.

The Channel menu has a Show/Hide setting where you can select or de-select any of the Cable or OTA channels that have been scanned into the tuner.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By John R. Huerkamp on January 30, 2010
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I already own an older analog Haier 7" LCD TV that I have been using a a monitor. I feed the signal from a MallinCam astronomical video camera into it and observe live images in that manner. I wanted a larger viewing platform, so I ordered the Haier 10.2" digital TV. I quickly learned that all LCD screens are not the same. The screen on the new 10.2" is not capable of being adjusted as dark as that on the older Haier. For normal TV usage, that will not be a problem. But for those wanting to use this device as a monitor, it will. Also when in A/V mode (using the 10.2" Haier as a monitor) the TINT function is disabled. It is available when viewing the TV. THis makes no sense, as one critical adjustment when using the TV as a monitor is the ability to adjust tint.

Regarding the TV reception, it was poor. I set up the unit in my office in New Orleans, and it tuned in over 12 digital stations. However, I could only watch one. the rest were either highly pixelated or not visible at all. At my home 40 miles north of New Orleans, no stations were detected, making this TV useless during a power outage.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Roberto on July 19, 2010
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Purchased this TV to use in the summer months on our patio to watch the news while having morning coffee or eating meals outside. We do not watch any other programming on this TV. It is a very small portable TV that meets our needs and should not be used as a PC monitor or some other hi-res application.
The TV is easy to set up and has all accessories that you would need. The picture is fine, and HD programming looks great - for a 10 inch screen.
The only problem experienced was channel reception. We live south of Hartford (CT) about 25 miles and the TV could only lock onto one station. I knew it was an issue with the antenna and not the TV. I purchased a Terk amplified antenna, replaced the cheap telescoping antenna supplied and reception jumped to over 20 channels! Although, we only watch one station for news, I could not receive it until I got the Terk.
The only con for us is the TV's speaker. It has a very tiny speaker so it will fit in the small housing - so the sound quality and volume are very limited. A couple of times had to turn the volume up to 100% to hear the talking heads because of other ambient noise outside.
I would have given this TV 4.5 out of five if it were an option.
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