E246BV-FHD

HDTV

    • 23.6" Ultra Hi-Res LED HDTV / Monitor
    • Max Supported Resolution 1920 x 1080 (16:9)
    • Automatic Contrast Enhancement
    • USB Port Support JPEG/Audio
    • 2 x HDMI Port

Overview

     Lifelike audio and stunning picture quality come together for an ultimate entertainment viewing experience with our Sceptre E246BV-FHD 23.6” Black LED TV. Get all the performance you need in an elegant black with a response time of 5ms, auto contrast enhancement, resolution of 1920x1080, RoHS compliance, and 2 in 1 Built in Tuner for ATSC & NTSC.


Key Features


Active Screen Size

23.6”

Aspect Ratio

16:9 Wide Screen

Frame Rate

None

Brightness

300 cd/m2

Contrast Ratio

Automatic Contrast Enhancement

Resolution

1920 x 1080

Response Time

5ms

Colors

16.7 million

Lamp Life

50,000 hours

Viewing Angle

140º  (horizontal) / 130º  (vertical)

On Screen Display Control (OSD)

Auto Image Adjust, Contrast/Brightness,  Input Select, Audio Adjust,  Color Adjust, Information, Manual Image Adjust, Setup Menu, Memory Recall

OSD Language

None

Built-in Tuner

None

Auto Dynamic Contrast Enhancement

None

Weak Signal Enhancement

None

Comb Filter

None

De-interlace Technology

None

Noise Reduction

None

MPEG Noise Reduction

None

Built-in Speakers

3 watts per Channel  X  2

Surround Sound Mode

None

Sound Equalizer Settings

None

Auto Volume Level Control

None

Tilt Angles

None

Swivel Angles

None

Height Adjustable

None

HDTV

None

HDMI Input Support

1080P, 1080i, 720P, 480P, 480i

VGA Input Support

PC Input Max Resolution : 1920 x 1080@ 60hz  
Native Resolution : 1920 x 1080

Power Range

None

Power Consumption

<29W (Typical) / < 1W (Standby)

Certificates

cTUV us, FCC Class B

HDMI

2

Cable / Antenna Input

1

Component (YPbPr) Input

None

Composite Video

None

S-Video

None

VGA

1

VGA Audio In

1

USB Input

1

SPDIF Audio Output

1

Analog Audio Output

None

Headphone Output

1

Net Weight with Stand

9.92lbs

Net Weight without Stand

None

Gross Weight

14.25lbs

TV with Stand (Inch)

22.56" (W) x  16.14" (H) x 7.87" (D)

TV without Stand (Inch)

22.56" (W) x  14.25" (H) x 1.67" (D)

Packaging Dimension (Inch)

25" (W) x  18.5" (H) x 5.31" (D)

VESA Hole Pattern (mm)

None

Screw Size (mm)

None

Limited Parts and Labor

One Year Limited Parts and Labor


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-February 27, 2011
Great TV for the bedroom

Pros: This was a great tv... Thin Low power. Bright.
Spearks could be better but they are fine for the bedroom.
anyone that thought they would be any better was a fool to start with.

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: Edge lit LED but does it really matter for a bedroom tv.
its not like i have the neighbors over to watch this. But everyone that has seen it thinks its awesome. I have Sony and LG LED tvs and this is in the ballpark for sure.

-January 14, 2011
Good for a dorm room

Pros: Cheap and easy to use. Picks up local digital channels. The picture looks great with HD channels and with my ps3. Very thin and sleek.

Cons: Sound isn't great. However it has a headphone jack so I just plugged in a pair of $20 computer speakers and it sounds good. Inputs are a little hard to reach.

Other Thoughts: Good tv for the price

-December 18, 2010
Super Buy when at $200 range

Pros: Great as computer monitor, and HD display/TV, also works wonderfully with my vintage gear (80's gameing systems) which have given many different units problems.

Cons: Nothing at this time.

Other Thoughts: Got on sale at just under $200, and at that price level I don't think anybody can rightfully complain about much. Thats an excallent price/performance deal. Also as a side note I've delt with Sceptre products for years (hundreds of monitors right back to CRTs) I've had no more issues with them than any other brand.

-December 7, 2010
Great quality. Better price. What are you waiting for?

Pros: -Picture quality is just a crisp as our older 120Hz Bravia.
-Has enough ports for today's devices but could use one more HDMI.

Cons: -No QAM tuner, if the ATSC is not the same tuner but I have an upgraded cable box on the way. Just would have been nice to possibly pick up ESPN and some other possible channels while waiting on the box.

Other Thoughts: NewEgg's shipping is beyond fast as I received this the NEXT day after ordering it on Cyber Monday along with the things ordered on Black Friday.

-December 6, 2010
Good TV

Pros: 1. Good picture. Very clear. For the price, has a lot of inputs.
2. Can be used as a computer monitor. That's good. And, with 1080P that is great.
3. Sound is not that bad. You can always get a small set of speakers or home entertainment system. For the price, it is not bad at all.
4. If you have a concern about this lasting a year, you can pick up the extended warranty.

Cons: Not too many. I'm impressed for the price I got this for. I can live with the sound being not 100% robust. The picture is really good. TV Setup is easy.

The stand is not maybe a "perfect" one - but I don't tend to change the TV once I get it in.

Other Thoughts: If you have a budget, need a decent TV for a study or small bedroom, want to have another computer monitor (for a dual monitor situation, etc).....this is a good bet.

If you are worried about some of the other comments (which don't appear to be from "verified" owners like me, you can grab the extended warranty within the first 30 days.

-December 4, 2010
Very Good for the Price

Pros: 1. Very good picture
2. Nice thin frame
3. Size is about right for a study or office (small room). 
4. I got this discounted at the time for $199. Tremendous price.
5. Can use as a computer monitor. Has the necessary inputs in the back and is 1080P. 
6. While sound is not "great", it isn't all that bad either. I disagree with some of the other reviewers....depends on what you are using this for....I primarily want a good picture. If I need better sound, I'll hook up speakers.
7. All Pixels seem to be fine.

Technical Support

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