12v tv newbie !

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  1. Travelord

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    Hello there. I want a good quality tv with smart in van. 22 is a good size.. For a good 12v lots of dosh. But Samsung do a great one, smart,wifi, full hd etc under £200, and only takes 14 watts on eco setting average 22 watts. But not 12v. Could it work on inverter or something.. Any help appreciated...
     
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    very low powered if correct, will easily run off a 150W inverter with little overhead. It will consume around 2 amps per hour so not bad at all a lot depends on the quality of the inverter and that does not imply buy an expensive one.
     
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    Thanks. Also looking Snooper air 22 freesat hd and freeview built in, price slashed to 229 from 349. Anyone got one? Or any knowledge of them ta..
     
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    Thanks for the post Wombles. We were looking for another 12v tv ordered the Finlux 22" tv/DVD on Thursday evening £129.99 delivered, it arrived Saturday. Haven't taken it out of the box yet as was away for the day yesterday but will have a good look at it today.
     
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