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The RCA AA operated digital TV makes it easy to watch television anywhere and anytime - Even when the power goes out. Th TV itself is so small you can store it anywhere, even in your pocket. The LED screen is 3.5" and offers a super bright LCD digital display.
This new RCA 3.5 LED Digital TV can be used be used anywhere indoors or outdoors. The television features MPEG2 video decoding, ATSC programming and and the embedded monopole antenna helps this device get better reception.
Basically, all other battery operated TV's use an internal rechargeable battery that takes 6-8 hour to fully charge. That makes it impossible to use when the power goes out. If you don't have power - how do you charge the TV?. Answer: You don't. That what makes this TV so good.
This battery operated TV uses 4 AA batteries. Simple install the batteries, pull out the extendable antenna and scan for stations. This is a great TV for the RV, boat, car, etc... You can even use it for traveliing in the car or in the airport. But best of all, when the poer goes out - just pull out the TV install the batties and the news is at your finger tips.
Also works with Rechargeables Batteries ( rechargeable batteries )
This TV also offers closed captioning, english or spanish. Also included is auto scanning, channel memory storage, collapsable kick stand, extendable antenna, external antenna jack, external power jack and light weight desigh.
For AC plug see here: DC Adapters
TV Features and Specifications:
I can cut it in my pocket and runs on AA batteriesI recommend this TV to almost everyone for emergencies The bottom line is that you don't need to recharge the product. This TV runs on 4 AA batteries. It's a great picture which I think drains the batteries a little bit because it goes through 4 AA batteries in about 4 hours. But in an emergency, thats OK. I figured I can buy 48 AA batteries for 18.88. That equals .39¢ a battery. So 4 batteries x.39¢ = $1.57 to watch TV. Pretty good.But, I I also use rechargeable AA batteries when I do have power.And Tech Dave is correct. Location with this TV can make a big difference. At home I receive about 23 stations while at work I only recieve 12. But when I walk to the other side of my Office I recive 15. I think it's our big copier in the corner that throws off a electrical signal that effects the TV. It's good to read the following.The "Tech Dave Tips" are correct. He says
Read the maual because you have to learn how the navigation buttons work.
Only use high quality AA Alkaline Batteries.
All batteries that say "Alkaline" a usually good batteries with the excetion of alkaline batteries from the dollar store. Best recommendations are Rayovac Industrial, Duracell, Energizer. A quick money saving tip. Most all Alkaline batteries a only manufactured by three companies. Batteries for Costco, CVS, Walgrenns, etc... can be some of the top perfomning batteries.
To increase reception consider the following.
Location can make a big difference with digital TV's.
While one room might receive many stations, other rooms may receive fewer.
When the batteries start to die, reception my be decreased.
Higher is always better - While the basement may be bad, the 2nd story might be better - but with some people this has been reversed. Every location is different.
This TV can be plugged into an external source to improve reception like a larger antenna, the antenna on your roof or even your cable.
Surprisingly, your cable may still work when the power goes out. Not through your cable box (that needs power to operated) but straight out of the wall. Supplies and adapters for plugging into external sources are available at your friendly Radio Shack store. (see your TV manual for plugging into external sources)
Batterysavers.com 800 number are sales people not technicians. They do not know how alll these products work technically, They will only try to sell you more radios, lanterns and batteries.