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LED TV and Media Player
LED TV and Media Player

Naxa 19" Class (18.5" Actual Diagonal Size) NT Series LED TV and Media Player

Frys#: 9239509 Model: NT1907
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Amit Khuranna
A compact HD TV that can play digital media files and fit in any space

  • Native 720p HD (1366x768)
  • Slim LED design

Detailed Description
(Manufacturer # NT1907 )
  • Play music and view photo files from USB memory sticks
  • Wall mountable design (VESA 100 x 100)
Additional Features:
  • *Screen size may vary slightly depending on panel availability.
  • ** Supports digital music and photo files.
Screen Type: 18.5" LCD
Backlight Type: LED
Screen Resolution: 1366 x 768
HDTV Signal Support: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p
Video System Support: ATSC/NTSC
Removable Memory Support: USB
Input Sources: HDMI, PC VGA, 3.5 mm audio, Composite video,
RCA stereo audio, Coaxial RF (cable/antenna)
Inputs: HDMI, composite, cable/antenna, PC-VGA + audio
Output: Coaxial digital audio, 3.5mm headphone
Power Source: AC 100-240 V
Power Connector: Barrel plug
VESA Mount: 100 x 100
Dimensions (in) 17.50 x 0.90 x 12.90 [ L x W x H ]
Weight (lbs) 5.28
What's in the box
  • full-function remote control
  • two (2) "AAA" batteries (for remote control)
  • TV stand
  • AC power adapter
  • L-shaped coaxial adapter

Feature, Specifications, Measurements and Weight may be subject to change without prior notice.
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