Element ELEFW195 19" 720p 60Hz LED HDTV
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Power up your viewing experience with the Element 19" Class HD (720P) LED TV (ELEFW195), which features an excellent quality HD output to make your media look as crisp and realistic as possible. This particular model boasts a wide 160-degree vertical and 170-degree horizontal angle, which simply means you can see a clear picture from anywhere in the room. The Element LED HDTV is equipped with a built-in digital tuner that allows you to easily locate programs and channels where available. To maximize its features, connect an HD device via the provided HDMI port.Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the Element 720p HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade.
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19" / 49 cm
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The native resolution is 1366 x 768; it will properly scale 1080p or 720p to it though. Response time is 6.5ms; not the best for gaming by today's standards, but I've seen far worse.
The composite input is nice for me; it handles video from my old Commodore 64 just fine (many LCD monitors have trouble with its non-standard video), my NES, and my old Atari 2600. The picture is maintained in its original 4:3 aspect ratio, centered on the screen rather than stretched; for me that's a big plus.
I use it for retro gaming, as an external monitor for my laptop, and occasionally as a TV. The tuner works OK; I can pick up stations over the air with a little single-pole antenna. My Chromecast looks great on it, as does a Raspberry Pi with RetroPi.
The stand sucks - there is no tilt functionality; however, the screen looks the same from an angle so it is workable.
It takes a while to power up.
Overall a good little monitor/tv, and certainly well worth the price I paid for it.
The sound quality on this set was the worst I have ever heard on any TV regardless
of size or vintage. In my opinion the only way anyone could enjoy using this set would
be to hook it to an external amplifier and speakers.