X270PV-FHD

27

  • 27" HDTV LCD
  • Supports Full HD 1080p
  • Max Supported Resolution 1920 x 1080
  • Energy Saving
  • High Contrast 100,000 : 1
  • 3 HDMI Inputs Ver 1.3

LED Panel

Active Screen Size

27"

Active Screen Size

27"

Aspect Ratio

16:9 Wide Screen

Aspect Ratio

16:9 Wide Screen

Frame Rate

60Hz

Frame Rate

60Hz

Brightness

400 cd / m2

Brightness

400 cd / m2

Contrast Ratio

100,000:1

Contrast Ratio

100,000:1

Resolution

1920 x 1080

Resolution

1920 x 1080

Response Time

5 ms

Response Time

5 ms

Colors

16.7 million

Colors

16.7 million

Lamp Life

>50,000 Hours

Lamp Life

>50,000 Hours

Viewing Angle

178L/R, 178 Up/Down

Viewing Angle

178L/R, 178 Up/Down

Features

On Screen Display Control
On Screen Display Control
OSD Language
OSD Language
Built-in Tuner

NTSC, ATSC, & QAM Tuner

Built-in Tuner

NTSC, ATSC, & QAM Tuner

Auto Dynamic Contrast Enhancement
Auto Dynamic Contrast Enhancement
Weak Signal Enhancement
Weak Signal Enhancement
Comb Filter
Comb Filter
De-interlace Technology

3D, SRC (Scan Rate Conversion)

De-interlace Technology

3D, SRC (Scan Rate Conversion)

Noise Reduction

3D Digital Comb Filter, Digital Noise Reduction

Noise Reduction

3D Digital Comb Filter, Digital Noise Reduction

MPEG Noise Reduction
MPEG Noise Reduction
Built-in Speakers

5 watts per Channel

Built-in Speakers

5 watts per Channel

Surround Sound Mode
Surround Sound Mode
Sound Equalizer Settings
Sound Equalizer Settings
Auto Volume Level Control
Auto Volume Level Control
Tilt Angles
Tilt Angles
Swivel Angles
Swivel Angles
Height Adjustable
Height Adjustable
Neck & Base Detachable
Neck & Base Detachable
Wall Mountable
Wall Mountable
Energy Guide
Energy Guide
Frame Recover

3:2

Frame Recover

3:2

Gamma

Fixed Gamma

Gamma

Fixed Gamma

Lamp adjustment

No

Lamp adjustment

No

Picture mode

Custom/ Standard/Mild/Vivid

Picture mode

Custom/ Standard/Mild/Vivid

Signal Compatibility

HDTV
HDTV
HDMI Input Support

1080P, 1080i, 720P, 480P video signal
HDCP video up to 1080P

HDMI Input Support

1080P, 1080i, 720P, 480P video signal
HDCP video up to 1080P

VGA Input Support

Native Resolution: 1920x1080
VGA Max. Resolution 1920x 1080

VGA Input Support

Native Resolution: 1920x1080
VGA Max. Resolution 1920x 1080

Power

Power Range

100-240AVC, 50/60Hz, 2A max, 52W

Power Range

100-240AVC, 50/60Hz, 2A max, 52W

Power Consumption

65W

Power Consumption

65W

Regulations

Certificates
Certificates

Inputs

HDMI

3

HDMI

3

Cable / Antenna Input
Cable / Antenna Input
Component (YPbPr) Input

1

Component (YPbPr) Input

1

Composite Video

1

Composite Video

1

S-Video

1

S-Video

1

VGA

1

VGA

1

VGA Audio In

1

VGA Audio In

1

USB Input

1

USB Input

1

Outputs

SPDIF Audio Output

Yes (optical)

SPDIF Audio Output

Yes (optical)

Analog Audio Output
Analog Audio Output
Headphone Output

Yes

Headphone Output

Yes

Dimensions

TV with Stand (Inch)

25.44”W  x 18.33"H x 9.43"D

TV with Stand (Inch)

25.44”W  x 18.33"H x 9.43"D

TV without Stand (Inch)

25.44”W  x 16.1"H x 2.64"D

TV without Stand (Inch)

25.44”W  x 16.1"H x 2.64"D

Packaging Dimension (Inch)

28.15”W  x 20.94"H x 5.63"D

Packaging Dimension (Inch)

28.15”W  x 20.94"H x 5.63"D

Weight

Net Weight with Stand

15.43 lbs 

Net Weight with Stand

15.43 lbs 

Net Weight without Stand
Net Weight without Stand
Gross Weight

19.84 lbs

Gross Weight

19.84 lbs

Wall Mount Specifications

VESA Hole Pattern (mm)
VESA Hole Pattern (mm)
Screw Size (mm)
Screw Size (mm)

Warranty

Limited Parts and Labor
Limited Parts and Labor
Bazaar Voice Logo

MANUALS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q:The video is cut off under the HDMI, what do I do??
A:

  1. Open the Menu.
  2. Click the PC Setting, then go to Picture.
  3. Check the HDMI PC option and Uncheck the Auto Wide Option.

Q:I have multiple displays and the video card is not displaying in 1920x1080 resolution, what do I do??
A:

  1. Under the video card's software there are the following options:Dual View, Clone Display, Single Display,Extended Desktop.
  2. Most likely, your TV is in Clone Display.  Some users may have a lower resolution with this setting
  3. Please select another display setting (other than Clone), now you will have ideal resolution.

 

Q:The video card driver is not up to date, how can I fix this? ?
A:

  1. Find out what card you have by going into the Display Settings of your Operating System.  You will be able to see your video card name.
  2. Most video cards are from two companies, nVidia and AMD (formally ATI). You will need to download the latest driver to update your card. Here are the links:
    • nVidia: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

    • AMD (formally ATI):  http://support.amd.com/us/Pages/AMDSupportHub.aspx

    • Note: If your video card is not from nVidia, please search for the card on Google (www.google.com) or  visit www.sceptre.com for additional technical support and Live Chat with Customer Tech Support.

  3. Download the newest driver and remove the old driver from the system.  You will also need to remove the plug and play detected monitor driver.
  4. Reboot your computer and install the newest video card driver.
  5. You will need to reboot an additional time (reboot twice) for the system to detect the monitor, then you can adjust the monitor resolution.

Q:HDMI Compatibility Issues Basic Information:?
A:

  1. HDMI is a constantly evolving and a cutting-edge technology.  If you have troubles getting a displaydue to HDMI, simply switch the video card HDMI cables or use a different video card.  Remember Sceptre is always willing to assist you.  For detailed tech support call 1-800-788-2878 or email us at monitor-ts@sceptre.com. There is also Live Chat from 8:30am-5:30pm on our website.

Q:The contrast is too bright, and the text has coloring, what do I do??
A:

  1. Go to Picture setting and use features like Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast and Brightness for best viewing experience

Q:Recommended PC DVI resolution for X320BV-HD?
A:

  1. The X320BV-HD is a LCD HDTV that can be connected to computers.  Under HDMI the TV can be connected to regular HDMI connection or DVI connection via a DVI to HDMI conversion.  With the DVI to HDMI conversion cable, the computer will show you resolutions HIGHER THAN THE MAX RESOLUTION of the TV.  Please keep in mind the NATIVE RESOLUTION OF THE TV IS 1360X768 AT 60HZ.  If you try to change to resolutions above that, it will not be supported by the TV.   
  2. **Up-conversion DVD players and Blu-ray DVD players will not be affected by this issue since they use regular HDMI cable.            

Q:Installing the TV Stand?
A:

  1. Place the TV flat on a table and insert the smaller plastic ring onto the neck. 
  2. Install the base onto the neck.  Remember the deeper end is toward the front.
  3. Install the larger plastic ring onto the bottom of the base, and the metallic plate onto the plastic ring.  Remember to match the railing to the protruding metal piece and the 3 holes to the 3 plastic pegs.
  4. Once you match the railing and the 3 pegs to the metal plate, screw in the 7 screws to tighten the installation.  Once you finish doing that, you can stand the TV up and begin setting up the TV for viewing.

CONTACT US

CUSTOMER SERVICE

Phone#:
1-800-788-2878
1-626-369-3698
Email: SceptreCS@Sceptre.com

TECH SUPPORT

Phone#:
1-800-788-2878
1-626-369-3698
Email: SceptreTS@Sceptre.com
Live Chat

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday to Friday 9:00AM ~ 5:30PM PSI
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