|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.4 x 1.1 x 8.3 inches|
|Item model number||HiRez7|
- Brand Name: Tivax
- Model Number: HiRez7
- Display Technology: LCD
- Display Size: 7 inches
- Item Display Weight: 2.8 pounds
A built-in memory card reader lets you play popular digital media files. View larger.
Enjoy digital TV whether you're at home, on camping trips, or traveling. View larger.
You can also add the HiRez7 to your home's emergency kit so that you're be prepared for power outages and other emergencies. With this portable TV close at hand, you will be able to stay informed about disaster news and weather reports.
Bring the HiRez7on trips and keep your kids entertained. Use the built-in parental control to regulate what television shows they watch or load your favorite videos onto the TV. The built-in 3.5-millimeter headphone jack and included headphones make the HiRez7 a great companion for road trips. And for airplanes, it has an integrated USB port and memory card reader, so you can take your favorite shows with you and enjoy them as you travel.
Please note that digital reception in the United States is poor when the TV is moving, such as in a vehicle. For best digital reception, the TV must be stationary.
The HiRez7's built-in ATSC digital tuner receives an over-the-air signal, and its magnetic antenna gives you great reception, so you can watch all your local channels on the bright, crisp, seven-inch screen that provides digital-TV clarity. The HiRez7 also works with most cable hook ups, and its built-in stereo speakers offer great sound.
With the HiRez7, you can stay mobile for up to 120 minutes using the included Li-Ion rechargeable batteries. If you're on a road trip, you can conserve your TV's batteries by using the 12-volt car power adapter; if you're spending a day around the house, you can use the home power adapter and save battery power. A screen saver option also helps you extend battery life.
Another option is the Tivax HiRez7-DS Docking Station (sold separately), which gives you added mobility and extended playtime. The docking station accepts either 8 AA or 2 Li-Ion batteries and recharges the TV's batteries. Even when there's no power outlet nearby, you can connect your TV to the docking station for up to 150 minutes of extra playtime. The docking station also features speakers for enhanced audio.
Enjoy Music, Movies, and Photos Everywhere You Go
The HiRez7 plays many popular digital files, including JPEG, MP3, AVI, MPEG 1/2/4, and DivX, which means you can watch movies or listen to your favorite tunes using the HiRez7's optional USB cable. There's a built-in SD/MS/MMC card reader for even more entertainment options, and you can also use the TV as a large photo viewer to share your digital pictures with friends and family. The included A/V cables allow you to connect to a DVD player or gaming console and use the TV as an external monitor.
Tivax and its parent company, Michley Electronics, manufacture top-quality electronics that make life easier. Always a great value, their products are found in many OEM applications or on store shelves under famous brand names.
What's in the Box
Tivax HiRez7 Seven-Inch Portable Digital TV, magnetic antenna, A/V cables, remote control, instruction manual, power adapter, car adapter, earphones, and Li-Ion batteries.
When I first received this tv the reception was amazing, but the battery never charged up. Since it worked ok on ac power, I nixed returning the unit to the seller and contacted... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kubagirl
good tv but took 2 to get one that actually worked, the first one the battery didn't fit and would not hold a charge. the screen was scuffed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by skyerkayjay
Batteries no good . Then TV would not power on at all sending back.Published 8 months ago by robert d barnard
The antenna did not seem to perform well enough for the reception and it was confusing ended up buying two of themPublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Thought I would post an up to date review on this product,as most reviews on the Tivax are dated. I live in a small rural town in Southern California. . Read morePublished 11 months ago by Brian A. Olsen
Had to return, as neither AA batteries (8 AA batteries) nor the fully charged Lithium batteries did work with the HiReZ7 TV. Piece of junk.Published 13 months ago by Ruchi chakrabarty
We needed a battery powered TV to use in the tornado shelter during emergency procedures. While the TV performed as expected, the rechargeable batteries failed to charge neither in... Read morePublished 13 months ago by David Holden