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Discussion in 'The Beginner' started by Mick James, May 19, 2014.

  1. Mick James

    Mick James Read Only Funster

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    Is it possible to get a decent 10inchish telly and are they any good. Recommendations if possible.
     
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    We bought the predecessor of This One from Maplins some years ago.

    Pros: Works fine and a good, clear picture especially in a small van. Even in our current van, where distance between TV cabinet and chairs are more it was easily watchable.

    Cons: Non-standard wall mount and needed an adapter lead for satellite input (neither of which were a problem to us). The mains adapter failed after a while (out of warranty) but I had another that worked and it could still work from the 12v system.
     
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    An App called TVCatchup on your iPad or Samsung 10" tablet works brilliant, any amount of channels, BUT you do need internet connection:Sad:
     
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    Looked at that one on the Maplin website, will have a quick shop around before I decide :) Acklam? Used to live in Whinneybanks but from Eston and now in Scotland.
     
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    Small world. We're the other side of Mandale Road :Smile:

    Mustn't call it Whinney Banks now though. Rather than try to evict the drug dealers properly they knocked half of Whinney Banks down so they had to move. The new estate (and the area) is now called Acklam Green :Doh::Laughing:
     
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