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About this product
- DescriptionThe Emerson LC190EM2 is a widescreen, LCD HDTV with native support for 720p high definition thanks to a 1366x768-pixel native resolution. Features of this Emerson 19-inch TV include digital and analog TV tuners and two built-in 1.5-watt speakers. In addition, the Emerson LC190EM2 includes HDMI, VGA, composite, and component interfaces to connect a variety of external devices. Users can also view JPEG photos and load other content via the USB port located on the rear of this TV. This Emerson 19-inch TV includes a remote control and a tabletop stand. With the stand, the unit measures 18.8 inches in width by 8.3 inches in depth by 14.4 inches in height. The weight of the LCD HDTV is 7.8 lbs. Several convenience features are available on this Emerson 19-inch TV, including a closed caption decoder, trilingual on-screen display, sleep timer, and one-touch play via HDMI. Furthermore, the device offers an automatic shut off and an "eco" button on the remote control to minimize power consumption. This television is ENERGY STAR 4.2 qualified.
- About The BrandEmerson was founded back in 1890 in St. Louis, Missouri as Emerson Electric Manufacturing Co. by John Wesley Emerson, initially manufacturing only electric motors. The company has gradually diversified its production to turn into global corporation offering a wide range of goods and services in the industrial and consumer markets. Emerson LCD and HDTV televisions meet the highest standards and blend great quality, advanced feature set, and attractive design.
- Display TechnologyLCD
- Screen Size19"
- Display Resolution1366 x 768 pixels
- 3D Technology3D Not Supported
- On Mode Power26.7 W
- Sleep Mode Power0.3 W
Most relevant reviews
- anteriorMay 08, 2012by
Competent but limited with useless speakers
The chief drawback is very bad sound. I have 20% hearing loss but that does not impact most of what I hear from older and better TVS such as my Sharp 25 inch nor my stereos nor PCs. Forget relying on the built in speakers on this Emerson. Hook up the earphone out to a good set of PC speakers or a stereo amp. You might also add a distribution amp to the earphone out and run to several amps here and there around the house.
There is an output for coax audio that is no longer applicable to most home theater setups on sale at Walmart. To use any of them, you would need a COAX to TOSLINK converter that costs about $25 on EBay. Walmart no longer sells these converters.
The Emerson works very well as a PC monitor. It handles VGA input and allows for sound out from the PC. You probably need a DVI to VGA adapter to use it with later PCs. That's about $5.
By the time I added various amps, cables, adapters to make the setup something useful in my particular situation, I may have spent an additional $55 or more. Add that to the $110 price I paid on EBay and it still comes in at least $100 lower than some other sets with more features, larger screens and the like.
What I like very best about it is the way it renders old black and white movies like Charlie Chan, the Falcon, the Saint, Boston Blackie, and the Lone Wolf. These movies have a lot of very very dark scenes where figuring out what's going on had been nearly impossible on my old 25" Sharp. This Emerson lights up the background and makes all the activity plainly visible. I love that.Read full review
- dominguezdanielMay 06, 2015by
I did not like the tv.
for a view the cameras system, I dont like, is too dirty, and felt two screws, ..................................