- TV adopts 43″ LED display screen
- Zero X radiation complies to green environment protection requirement
- Support USB
- 16:9 wide screen
- Auto tuning and fine tuning
- Support HDMI
- Programmable sleep timer
If a television is not positioned in a sufficiently stable location, it can be potentially hazardous due to falling. Many injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by taking simple precautions such as: • Using cabinets or stands recommended by the manufacturer os the television. • Only using furniture that can safely support the television. • Ensuring the television is not overhanging the edge os the supporting furniture. • Not placing the television on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the television to a suitable support. • Not standing the televisions on cloth or other materials placed between the television and supporting furniture. • Educating children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to reach the television or its controls. • Keep small accessories out of reach of children so they are not mistakenly swallowed. Precautions When Displaying a Still Image A still image may cause permanent damage to the TV screen. Do not display still images and partially still images on the LED panel for more than 2 hours as it can cause screen image retention. This image retention is also known as “screen burn”. To avoid such image retention, reduce the degree of brightness and contrast of the screen when displaying a still image. Watching the LED TV in 4:3 format for a long period of time may leave traces of borders displayed on the left, right and center of the screen caused by the difference of light emission on the screen. Playing a DVD or a game console may cause a similar effect to the screen. Damages caused by the above effect are not covered by the Warranty. Displaying still images from Video games and PC for longer than a certain period of time may produce partial after-images. To prevent this effect, reduce the ‘brightness’ and ‘contrast’ when displaying still images.