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ODYS Enter 40 Pro

ODYS Enter 40 Pro

39.5" 800:1 Flat Jun 2016
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£81.56 Electricity cost over 5 years. Calculate
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6 Reasons For

Only Released Six Months Ago

ODYS only released the Enter 40 Pro six months ago.

1920 X 1080 Pixels Display Resolution

This TV supports a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is the most commonly supported display resolution on mid-size TVs that were released in the last year.

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1080p Video Mode

This television supports a 480i|480p|576p|720p|1080i|1080p video mode, which is typical of many recently released mid-size TVs.

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3500 Channels

Most of the other TVs that were launched around the same time as the Enter 40 Pro only have between 2 and 3,499 channels, however the Enter 40 Pro has 3500 channels.

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Three HDMI Ports

three HDMI ports

The ODYS Enter 40 Pro is a three HDMI port television.

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Analog Tuner

This TV has an Analog & Digital tuner, which is typical of many televisions that are a similar age to it.

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8 Reasons Against

Does Not Have a WiFi Connection

The ODYS Enter 40 Pro does not have a WiFi connection, unlike most of the other mid-size TVs that were released in the last 12 months.

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Does Not Support Smart TV Features

The Enter 40 Pro does not support smart TV features. Most of the other mid-size TVs that were launched in the last 12 months also do not support smart TV features.

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Not 3D Compatible

The Enter 40 Pro is not 3D compatible. Most of the other recently released TVs are also not 3D compatible.

Televisions which are 3D compatible that might also be worth looking at include the Samsung UE40F6100 (£574.50).

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Does Not Have a Built-In Camera

The ODYS Enter 40 Pro does not have a built-in camera, although keep in mind that most of the other mid-size TVs that came out in the last 12 months also do not have a built-in camera.

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Only Supports Two Analog Signal Format Systems

The number of analog signal format systems supported by the Enter 40 Pro is more than most comparable spec TVs that have been available for a similar time to it. The most commonly supported analog signal format system is NTSC, but this analog signal format system is not supported by this ODYS TV. The analog signal format systems PAL and SECAM are also supported by this TV.

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Does Not Feature OLED Technology

Like most of the other mid-size TVs that were released around the same time as the Enter 40 Pro, the Enter 40 Pro does not feature OLED technology.

We think you might also be interested in alternative TVs which also feature OLED technology including the Samsung HG49EE690 (£576.42).

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Very Dim Display Brightness

The display brightnesses of comparable spec televisions that have been on the market for the last year range from 200 cd/m² to 450 cd/m², and the average display brightness is 280 cd/m². With a display brightness of only 220 candellas per square meter, the ODYS Enter 40 Pro has a quite dim display brightness compared to most of the other new mid-size TVs.

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Quite Low RMS Rated Power

With an RMS rated power of only 12 Watts, the Enter 40 Pro has one of the lower RMS rated power amongst mid-size TVs of this age. The lowest RMS rated power of new mid-size TVs is 5W, the highest is 40W, and the average RMS rated power is 17W.

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3 Other reasons to consider the ODYS Enter 40 Pro

Running Costs Are OK

The energy efficiency classification of this mid-size TV is A. The Enter 40 Pro has an average running cost of £82 over 5 years based on typical energy prices, which is typical compared to the other 240 recently released TVs.

Full HD HD Type

Full HD HD type

The display resolution of this TV is Full HD, which is typical of many TVs that have been available for the last year. Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

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Average Thickness

With a thickness of 77.4 millimeters, the Enter 40 Pro has a relatively typical thickness compared to most of the other comparable spec televisions that were launched around the same time as the Enter 40 Pro.

If you would consider a television with a thicker thickness then you might want to look at the 32PHH4101 (£195.00) (77mm), or the 32PFS6401 (£329.00) (77mm) both from Philips.

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Specification

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Built-In Speaker
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Headphone Output Port
Digital Audio Coaxial Out Port
Common Interface Plus
RF Port
SCART Port
Component Video in Port
PC in Port
HDMI Port
VGA Port
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Electronic Programme Guide
Hotel Mode
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Teletext Function
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Subtitles Function
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VESA Mounting
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Running Cost

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Electricity cost when switched on £78.52
Electricity cost when on standby £3.04
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Total running cost over 5 years £81.56
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Energy Rating
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Running this TV over 5 years will generate 0.4 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
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To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 11 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.

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