LED HD TV

MTB2000

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    MTB2000

    LED HD TV

    The MTB2000 brings entertainment to your living room and boasts an impressively a clear picture and numerous functions. Enjoy blockbusters or your favourite series in the best Full HD quality! The integrated electronic program guide (EPG) guarantees that you’ll never miss a thing. This flexible all-round TV allows you to receive all current receiver technologies and comes with USB and HDMI ports that turn even home content into a big event: you can easily and directly play photos, videos or your favourite music. Even the sound is flexible: select between five different sound modes to make your TV programme a pleasure to listen to as well as to watch.

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    Technical data

    Displaytechnology LED
    Diagonal screen size (cm/inch) 101/40
    Resolution FHD 1920 x 1080
    Picture 200Hz SMO
    Max. contrast ratio 5.000:1
    Panel brightness in cd/m² 350
    Typ. response time in ms (GTG) 9,5
    Viewing angle type 178°
    Music power output (watts) 2x10
    Integrated speakers 2
    Dolby Digital Plus™
    Dolby Digital®
    Remote control
    Sleep timer
    Electronic program guide (EPG)
    Child lock
    Top teletext
    Equipped with tuner ex works DVB-C/T2/S2
    HDTV integrated
    HEVC (H.265)
    HDMI incl. CEC / and with ARC 3/3
    USB 1
    CI+ slot 1
    S/PDIF digital audio output (coaxial)
    Audio input (analoge)
    AV cinch input (FBAS/L/R)
    Width with base / without base [cm] 89,4
    Height with base / without base [cm] 55,3 / 51,6
    Depth with Base / depth without base [cm] 20,5 / 9,0
    Weight with base / without base [kg] 6,1 / 6,0
    Wallmount VESA (WxH) [cm] 20x30
    Mains voltage 100-240V/50-60Hz
    Power consumption in use (in delivery condition) [W] 61
    Power consumption standby mode [W] <0,5
    Peak luminance ratio [%] 65
    Annual energy consumption [kWh] 90
    Energy efficiency class (spectrum A++ till E) A
    Mercury concentration in mg 0,0
    Contains lead (within statutory prescriptive limits)