Pay R7700 for a JVC Full HD 50" Television Set from EuroTalk
- A JVC Full HD 50" Television Set
- 50” Full HD Plasma
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Contrast ratio 10 000:1
- 1920x1080 support
- Brightness: (cd/m3): 624
- Response time: 4m/s
- TV(RF): 1
- PC Input: 1
- 2x10W speakers
- Supported Colour: 16.7m
- PAL/SECAM/NTSC TV System
- Power Consumption: 330W
- Dimensions: 1206x98x772mm
- 12 month warranty
- Includes delivery
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Originally the box that brought together families, television sets are also handy when you require an extra screen for a visual transmission with a group of Earth-bound aliens. Set your sights on a clearer picture with today’s Groupon: a JVC Full HD 50 inch television set for R7700 from EuroTalk.
In times of need you can always depend on your television set. Most times more so than a really good friend. However, when picture starts to turn fuzzy and people who seem to be standing still start jumping up and down on screen, chances are your humble tutor is beginning the plunge into a deep abyss. Though if this is the way your television begins it’s descent into dark days, you’re probably long overdue for a step into the modern age.
Boasting a Full HD plasma screen, and subsequent picture quality far surpassing that of the average TV, it will be hard to judge whether the scene before you is actually happening before you or not. With a 16:9 aspect ratio and a USB port, the TV set makes it possible to play those long overdue blockbusters without the schlep of having to plug in a DVD player. Two 10W speakers boast sound that is more than adequate for a host of viewing pleasures. Topping off the plasma TV treat, delivery costs for the JVC TV set are included, meaning that if you’re scared someone’s thinking of stealing your spot in the living room, you can wait right there until your new pal arrives.
As the motionless teacher in the living room, the television has long been instructing children to dream big by showing them that toddlers can build fully functional laboratories in secret lairs under rooms, and has equipped adults with more than just the skill mandatory for a situation that required you to be the ultimate survivor. Fact is, learning is easily facilitated when there are pictures. And when pictures are crystal clear, there’s more chance that you’ll remember whole scenes, or actually find an underground lair below your house, headed by your ambitious 7-year old.
TV Fact: A television salesman in Arizona claims to have witnessed a sight that scared him half to death. While in his store one evening, all the TV’s switched on at once and he saw what he claims was an alien on every screen. It was later discovered that the alien was actually the toe of a little boy who had been messing with permanent markers that day.