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PostSubject: 32″ KTC LCD TV Hands-On   Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:04 am

Been using this 32″ KTV LCD TV that was sent to me by a friend who
runs an electronics distributorship business. They ship these units from
China and retails for only Php13,995 in shops at Gilmore.

I think this is the cheapest 32-inch LCD TV around (I originally quoted it for Php13.5k) but thereís another 23-inch they also lent me which is more suited for PC monitors.



The unit is surprisingly light for its size and girth (not very slim
but itís got your typical LCD TV thickness) and comes with a wine-glass
stand. There are 4 open screws at the back so you can wall-mount the
unit (wall-mount is sold separately I guess).

KTC 32T53 LCD TV
32″ display with 16:9 aspect ratio @ 1366◊768 max. resolution
2 x HDMI port, VGA, S-Video, USB
MP3 & JPEG Support via USB port
140 watts max power consumption
Weight: 12.5kg
Price: Php13,995

KTC 23T71 LCD TV
23″ display with 16:9 aspect ratio @ 1920◊1080 max. resolution
2 x HDMI port, VGA, S-Video, USB
MP3 & JPEG Support via USB port
65 watts max power consumption
Weight: 5.5kg
Price: Php7,995

The back of the TV panel is peppered will all sorts of analog ports,
plus 2 HDMI port (which are a bit hidden in the bottom middle) and a USB
port which you can use to plug in a flash drive for music playback and
photo viewing.



Build quality is decent, not elegant but nothing to scoff at except
perhaps that huge KTC logo up in front. Came wtih a power cord (similar
to a PCís detachable power cord) but no free HDMI cable. Thereís also
the cheap-looking remote control.

Display quality is pretty good actually although one can already
notice that the contrast ratio is not really that deep on closer
scrutiny. Iíd say thereís no noticeable difference between this unit and
my 3-year old 32″ Samsung LCD TV in terms of picture quality. Sound is
also decent with ample volume from the front speakers.

For Php13,995, itís a tempting offer for a secondary
TV at home. Been using it to stream podcasts and videos using my Apple
TV and so far itís been good. I am told a lot of shops in the Gilmore
and GreenHills area carry this brand (forgot the store names but will
update this in a bit).
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