Released January, 2009
The Pros:Works for years without a major noticeable loss of picture or sound quality. Good enough picture for use with a gaming console in 720p mode. Light and compact, easy to move around as needed.
The Cons:Loses a few pixels a year, not noticeable from a distance. Some loss of detail noticeable, possibly due to the small size. Speakers are fairly weak, only good if you're up close or in a small room.
The Emerson LC195EM9 is a high-performance, 19” LCD HDTV that utilizes Clear Pix Technology to ensure superior-quality pictures for movies and programs. It features a built-in ATSC/NTSC tuner for HD-quality output, as well as a native WXGA (1440x900) resolution.
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Most notable about the Emerson LC195EM9 HDTV is its wide range of connectivity, including HDMI, component, composite, and S-Video. Plus, the LC195EM9 boasts PC inputs, letting users therefore use the device as a computer monitor. Additional features of the Emerson LC195EM9 LCD HDTV include V-Chip 2.0 for parental monitoring, a remote control for convenient system adjustments, and a 3D digital comb filter. The Emerson LC195EM9 retails for $199.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- High-Performance, 19” HDTV
- Clear Pix Technology
- Wide Range Connectivity
- Computer Monitor (Functionality)
- V-Chip 2.0 Parental Monitoring
- Cordless Wireless Remote
- 3D Digital Comb Filter
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Type: 19” WXGA+ LCD Display
- Resolution: WXGA (1440x900)
- Tuner: ATSC/NTSC
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 18.8 x 15.2 x 7.5 [inch]
- Weight: 8.9 [lb]
- Video/S-Video, Audio L+R 1 [set]
- Component, Audio L+R 1 [set]
- PC-IN, Audio Mini Plug: Up to 1360x768 (WXGA) 1 [set]
- RF Input 1 [set]
- Digital Audio Output (Coaxial) 1 [set]
- Speaker Output Power 1+1 [W]
User Reviews (1)
works for years without a major noticeable loss of picture or sound quality
good enough picture for use with a gaming console in 720p mode
light and compact, easy to move around as needed
good range of input types, works with almost anything
loses a few pixels a year, not noticeable from a distance
some loss of detail noticeable, possibly due to the small size
speakers are fairly weak, only good if you're up close or in a small room
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