Is this TV cable compatible with most companies?
Only had it about two weeks, but seems to be working find. It's hooked to Charter cable and has a great picture. It's where we get our morning news while drinking coffee and we really enjoy it....
Supersonic SC-1311 13.3-inch 720p LED TV
Watch your favorite movie on a high-definition widescreen with the SC-1311 LED HDTV from Supersonic. Its 720p HD picture shows you a whole new level of detail, and its 16:9 aspect ratio makes it perfect for watching widescreen movies and TV shows.
ITEM#: 13792067ATSC - 90? / 45? - 1366 x 768 - USB
- Manufacturer: Supersonic, Inc
- Part Number: SC-1311
- Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.supersonicinc.com
- Brand: Supersonic
- Product: SC-1311
- Name: SC-1311 LED-LCD TV
- Product Type: LED-LCD TV
- Screen Size: 13.3"
- Horizontal Viewing Angle: 90?
- Vertical Viewing Angle: 45?
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Response Time: 8 ms
- Features: Digital Noise Reduction
- Digital Tuner: ATSC
- Analog Tuner: NTSC
- Video Signal Standard: HDTV
- Max Resolution: 1366 x 768
- Brightness: 200 Nit
- Scan Format: 720p
- Composite Video
- Component Video
- Digital Audio Output
- Operating Power Consumption: 24 W
- Standby Power Consumption: 1 W
- Height: 11.5"
- Width: 13.1"
- Depth: 4.7"
- Weight (Approx): 2.87 lb
- Package Contents:
- SC-1311 LED-LCD TV
- Remote Control
- AC Power Adapter
- Car Cord
- Users Manual
- Car Adapter
|Screen Size||Under 20 Inches|
|Audio Tone Balance Type||Separate Bass and Treble Controls|
|Digital Audio Output Type||Coaxial|
|Digital TV Tuner Type||ATSC|
|Number of HDMI Input||1|
|Number of Remote||1|
|Product Features||Energy Efficient High Definition|
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 day Limited Manufacturer|
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TV is very light weight , with a tinny sound. it died on me after only 7 months service. I guess that is why they only carry a 30 day warranty.. purchase for the corner of my desk. Quality is not there.Read More
I ordered for a small bedroom; it has poor qualitty and unless u hook up to antenna then picture quality is not good; would never purchase a small tv againRead More
Inferior product.As said before when TV was attatched to Comcast Cable line the quality of the picture and sound was not good.Read More
I was expecting a nice TV with good sound based upon some of the reviews but to my surprise, it was too toy-like and the sound has too much treble. You will need speakers for sure for this tv. I had to return it, just did not work for my needs. And it was for my kitchen and it still wasn't of good quality enough. Order this for an on-suite bathroom in a small space or a small home-office. The sound is still not that great.Read More
Only had it about two weeks, but seems to be working find. It's hooked to Charter cable and has a great picture. It's where we get our morning news while drinking coffee and we really enjoy it.Read More
Purchased tv for kitchen. Takes up very little counter space. Very nice picture running off of cable tv. Only thing from keeping it from being 5 stars is sound a little tinny.Read More
Questions & Answers
Yes, this TV will work with all cable providers in the U.S.
Does this tv have picture in picture?
Unfortunately, it does not have this feature.
What kind of antenna could I use to get better signals and more channels? I live in a valley in a rural area. My converter box on my old TV gets 6 channels. But I have a roof antenna. I'd like to use this is another area of the house not near the antenna...Is there one I could use on the TV itself? Thank you!
You may use HDTV antennas.
A REALLY tall one like the ones the Radio and TV stations use might work for ya. You know, the ones with all the blinking Red lights at the top so 747's and Helicoptors, the Space Shuttle, etc. won't fly into them. They work pretty good...... when you'rein a VALLEY.
Can you play Xbox 360 ps3 wii etc etc on it?
You can play any game system on this TV that supports the available connections.
Do you need to have cable tv for order this tv work?
No, it doesn''t need a Cable TV service to work.
would this tv work in Australia with our voltage being 240v
This TV has a UL-approved adapter for use on 240v systems.
Can you use a converter box on this Tv?
You donât need to use a Digital signal converter box in this TV because it is already built in a Digital Tuner to receive Digital TV Channels, although you can use the converter box as a signal amplifier in the by passing switch mode only boost the signal strength.
Can this tv be mounted on a wall bracket?
Yes, this can be used with a wall mount.
FAQs about TV Settings
You can start enjoying your new television with minimal setup, right out of the box. And you'll probably get a great picture, too. But your TV may not be optimized for the various video sources you're using. That's why it can be good to play around with your TV settings to find the best picture. It really is easy to tweak your TV. Here are some answers to some questions you may have.
Where to Use a TV Mount to Hang Your HDTV
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Tips on Decorating your TV Armoire
Once you have your new TV armoire set up, you'll be ready to make it a fixture in your home. A TV armoire is a great way to not only display your television, but also other decorations and household items. Whether your TV armoire comes with shelves or you just want to place a few items on the top surface, don't let it go undecorated. Here are a few ideas on what you can use to make your TV console the center of attention even when the television is turned off.
LCD TVs vs Plasma TVs
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HDMI Fact Sheet
High-definition programming for TV and films has led to a new standard in connector cables. HDMI A/V cables are one of the best ways to get high-definition video and sound from your high-quality entertainment electronics without any loss in picture or sound quality. You may have some questions about HDMI and about some of the terms you hear associated with digital picture and sound technology. To that end, here are some facts about the technology that will help you get a view of the big picture for these types of connector cables.
How to Decorate a Corner TV Stand
Setting your new corner TV stand up in your living room is the just the beginning. Today's decorating trends are all about multitasking. Some people see it as a waste of potential if you don't use your corner TV stand for something besides holding your TV. Decorating your new entertainment center isn't anything to get stressed about because decorating a corner TV stand is fast and easy. Keep reading for ideas on how to decorate a corner TV stand.
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Entertainment Center Buying Guide
While your television set may be the focal point of your home entertainment activities, what it sits on -- or in -- says a lot about who you are. Is your TV still sitting atop that beaten up particle board TV stand that you bought at a garage sale 10 years ago? Perhaps it's time to upgrade your living room furniture, starting with a new entertainment center. Home entertainment centers have been around a long time and have evolved quite a bit from the massive wooden cabinets of the 1960s and 1970s. Which entertainment center is right for you will depend on what you want to use it for, the components you want it to store and your personal taste in furniture.
1080p-HDTVs vs 1080i-HDTVs
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How to Set Up Seating for a Home Theater
You've remodeled to increase the acoustics in your recreation room, bought a widescreen TV and set up a state-of-the-art surround-sound system. With all the effort you've put into building your home theater, you don't want to leave the seating arrangement to chance. Whether you're installing theater seats or more traditional living room furniture, you'll want to optimize both viewing and sound quality.
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LCD TV Buying Guide
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HDTV Resolutions Explained
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Cutting Extra Features to Find Cheap TVs
Since HDTVs became cheap and affordable, even those TVs on the less-advanced end of the electronics spectrum offer impressive high-definition picture. Manufacturers are always updating and replacing their cheap TVs with newer, more advanced plasma and LCD TVs. This means there are a lot of good cheap TVs out there. To find great deals, all you need to know is which advanced television features your can do without. Here are some features to sacrifice to find a great cheap television that still gives you great performance.
Tips on Finding a Cheap LCD TV
Shopping smart for entertainment electronics, like a cheap LCD TV, is partly about knowing what features to look for and partly about what you want to get out of your entertainment system. LCD TVs are a competitive industry, and you can save big if you know what features you need. Here are some tips on finding a cheap LCD TV for your entertainment system.
Tips on Upgrading to High Definition
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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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