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Naxa NTD-1351 13.3-inch AC/DC 12-Volt Widescreen LCD HDTV / DVD Player Combo (Refurbished)
Enjoy your favorite tv shows and movies on this 13.3-inch Naxa widescreen HDTV/DVD combo. This 12-volt high-def LCD television and DVD combo has HDTV signal capability.
ITEM#: 13133596Enjoy your favorite tv shows and movies on this 13.3-inch Naxa widescreen HDTV/DVD combo. This 12-volt high-def LCD television and DVD combo has HDTV signal capability.
- 13.3-inch Naxa AC/DC 12-Volt Widescreen 1080i LCD HDTV DVD Player Combo
- Model: RBNTD1351
- 13.3-inch widescreen HD LCD TV
- Resolution: 1280 x 800
- Built-in full-function DVD player
- High-definition digital ATSC TV tuner
- Aspect ratio: 16:10
- Brightness: 250 cd/m2
- Contrast ratio: 500:1
- HDTV signal capability: 480p/720p/1080i
- 1080p full HD capability (optional)
- HDMI input(s)
- Multi-language on-screen display (OSD)
- Sleep timer function
- TV System: ATSC, NTSC
- Full function remote control
- Wall mountable (wall mount not included)
- Input terminal: Cable/antenna RF, audio/video, component input (HD ready), VGA (computer monitor)
- PC audio jack, HDMI input(s), earphone audio jack and S-video
- Power Source: AC 100-240V 50/60MHz
- 2-way power: UL/ETL approved AC adaptor, DC 12V car cord
- TV dimensions: 12.875 inches wide x x 10.375 inches high x 2.5 inches deep
- Product dimensions: 13 inches wide x 10.375 inches high x 2.5 inches deep
- TV main unit (NX-550)
- Grabbing handle/vertical stand
- Remote control
- Two (2) AAA alkaline batteries
- Power cable and adaptor
- 12V DC cord
- User manual
|Native Resolution||1080i 1080p 480p 720p|
|Digital TV Tuner Type||ATSC|
|Product Features||Energy Efficient Progressive Scan Capability|
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 day Limited Manufacturer|
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First unit lost the picture after the first day. Second unit TV and DVD working great,light, easy to use, will work great in my camper. Overstock,very good customer service.Read More
This television was purchased for my husband; he is an over the road truck driver. He is happier with this television than any others he has had; picture clear and great color. A bargain for the price.Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question. This TV is an AC/DC TV, but it doesn’t have or come any batteries to operate with; it uses the vehicle’s battery when connected with a DC cord (included) to a cigarette lighter socket. Can also be connected to an AC 120 volts outlet at home with the provided AC cord When connected to a vehicle’s cigarette lighter, running the TV will last for several hours, depending of vehicle’s battery condition and power, most likely about 4 to 6 hours playing.
How to Choose a Portable DVD Player
A portable DVD player allows you to watch DVD movies on the go, which can be great for long car trips or plane rides where a movie is the perfect way to pass the time or just for watching a movie any place where you want to be comfortable. There are a few important things to consider when buying a portable DVD player to ensure that you'll be getting your money's worth.
FAQs about Your Portable DVD Player
Video entertainment should be just as portable as music, and a portable DVD player goes a long way toward making your movie library available almost anywhere. The ability to play DVDs frees you from the need to manage digital movie files, and the larger screen on a portable DVD player is a big improvement over smaller digital video players. These frequently asked questions about portable DVD players will give you a better idea of their features and your portable video options.
How to Transfer Your VHS Tapes to DVD
Do you have an old collection of VHS tapes? The magnetic tape in those VHS cassettes can deteriorate over time, so they won't last forever. But there's no need to throw them out. You can digitally transfer all your old home videos and movies to disc before the tapes go bad. You can connect your old VCR to a DVD recorder or use a VCR/DVD combo to transfer your videos. Then you can enjoy all your old movies on your DVD player.
Top 5 Features to Look for in DVD Recorders
If you want more control over your TV shows, movies and photos, you might consider looking at DVD recorders. DVD recorders use recordable DVD discs, much like VCRs use VHS tapes. You can record your favorite shows and movies, creating your own chapters and even custom menus. DVD recorders come with a lot of features, so you may want to do some searching for the specific features you want your DVD player/recorder to have. Here are the top five features to look for in DVD recorders.
DVD Player Buying Guide
Movies played on a DVD player provide a much clearer picture than the old VHS tapes and VCRs. DVD players are an essential part of a home theater system, allowing you to watch your favorite movies with amazing audio and video clarity. You'll find a variety of home and portable DVD players to enjoy entertainment anywhere. This DVD player buying guide offers tips to help you know what to look for when adding a DVD player to your entertainment system.
FAQs about Upconverting DVD Players
Now that you've upgraded to an HDTV, your DVD collection, played on a regular DVD player, may not be looking quite as sharp. The lower resolution video of DVDs simply doesn't take advantage of the full resolution of a high-definition screen; but with upconverting DVD players, you can play your DVDs with higher clarity and definition on your HDTV. These answers to frequently asked questions about DVD players should give you more insight into how you can improve your entertainment experience with your existing movie library.
DVD Player Glossary
New features and capabilities are coming to your home theater all the time. DVD players have changed a lot since they first appeared. Below, you'll learn about several of the terms and features which you may find on DVD players and how they can enhance your entertainment experience.
FAQs about DVD Players
For average users, DVD players aren't much of a mystery. DVD players produce high-quality video, especially when compared to old VHS tapes. Additionally, you can get a whole lot more from your DVD collection if you know the details of DVD player technology and what your options are. Here are some answers to more advanced questions about DVD players to help you get the best entertainment possible.
How to Digitize Your Old Movies with a DVR
Preserve your old home videos and movies by converting them to digital video with TiVo and DVRs. You can connect your DVR to a VCR or DVD player and record your old movies into digital formats that won't get scratched or degraded over time. Here are some simple directions for setting up your own DVR system and converting your old tapes and DVDs.
How to Connect Your DVD Player to Your Home Theater
Once you've purchased your new DVD player or Blu-ray player, you'll still need to connect it to your home theater system. If your home theater includes an AV receiver, then you'll want to connect your DVD or Blu-ray player to that receiver; otherwise, you can simply connect your new player directly to your television.
Tips on Choosing HDMI Cables
Home entertainment technology has now moved into the digital age, and high-quality connector cables have been developed to keep up with modern TVs, stereos and home theaters. HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) cables offer a single-cable solution for both audio and video on high-definition devices. Most HDTVs offer at least one HDMI input. Devices such as DVD players, Blu-ray players, computers and game consoles have HDMI outputs. HDMI cables make connecting electronic devices much easier by combining audio and video transmission into one cable. Choosing an HDMI cable from the wide variety available is simple if you consider a few simple tips.
Road Trip DVD Player Checklist
A couple of your family's favorite movies can help keep boredom at bay during your next road trip. All you need is a simple DVD player setup for your vehicle and a few accessories to help you create a mobile entertainment center. Here are some basic items to include with your portable DVD player to keep everyone happy on your next long trip.
Making Your iPod the Ideal Video Player
You may already know that your iPod can play movies and TV shows. What you may not know is how to take full advantage of the video capabilities your iPod has. With the right accessories, you can enjoy your favorite digital movies or even use your iPod as a video player for your HDTV. Below are a few tips to get you started using your iPod as the portable video player it was meant to be.
How to Pick the Best Video Cable for Your DVD
A DVD player is a key component of any home theater system. You can connect a DVD player to your home theater receiver or directly to your television. Both methods are extremely easy, although which one you choose depends upon the best video quality your particular system can provide. Using the right A/V cable is part of achieving the best possible video quality with your system. Here are a few tips for choosing the best video cable connection possible from your DVD player to your home theater system.
Where to Use a TV Mount to Hang Your HDTV
When you're setting up an entertainment room, your TV will be the focal point. Where and how you decide to mount your HDTV will affect the placement of your furniture and the quality of your viewing experience. The variety of TV mounts allows you to choose just about anywhere in your home as the location for your TV. Here are some places to use a television mount to secure your HDTV.
Tips on the Audio Connection From DVD Player to Home Theater
When it comes to connecting a DVD player to a home theater system, most people will use the best video connection available. But do they also make sure to use the best audio connection available? Don't hamper your home theater experience with subpar audio. Use the best audio connection available and you're sure to have the most immersive home theater experience available to you.
Tips for Choosing a Blu-ray DVD Player
New technologies have led to better picture quality and features for home video. Blu-ray DVD technology is fast replacing DVDs as the dominant media for viewing at home, and you may be considering making the switch yourself. Before you start looking at Blu-ray players, read though these tips to find out what to look for.
Disc Formats Your DVD Player Can Read
Not all recordable disc formats are compatible with all DVD players, but most players support a core collection of the most common disc formats, allowing you to watch movies and listen to music in certain formats through your DVD player and home theater system. Check descriptions for the following disc formats to see whether the DVD player you're considering will play them.
LCD TV Glossary
Navigating the technical jargon surrounding HDTVs is part of shopping for a new television. Once you know the key terms, you'll be ready to decipher LCD TV specifications and make an educated purchase. Here are some of the terms you might run across.
FAQs about LCD Televisions
When you're ready to make the switch to an HDTV for your entertainment system, an LCD TV may be near the top of your list. LCD televisions offer great picture quality and energy efficiency at a low price. While you shop, it may help to have the answers to some frequently asked questions about LCD technology and how it relates to home entertainment.
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