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Coby LEDTV5536 55" 1080p HD LED LCD Television

Description:
Enter the world of high-quality entertainment with the Coby LEDTV5536 TV. The full HD 1080p native resolution of this Coby HDTV gives you amazingly clear imagery with each and every glorious detail highlighted. With SRS TRuSurround XT technology, you can experience all the action as if you were actually there, on this 55-inch LED TV. Also, the digital noise reduction feature of this Coby HDTV gives you interruption-free reception with minimal dead pixels. With ENERGY STAR certification, this 55-inch LED TV is an eco-friendly piece. Enjoy movies, games, and more on the Coby LEDTV5536.

Coby LEDTV5536 55" 1080p HD LED LCD Television

$652.99

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Product Details

Miscellaneous
Remote Control Type (originally supplied by manufacturer) Standard
Room Type Large Hall
Parental Control V-Chip
Audio Features
Number Of Speakers 2
Speaker Power 2 x 15 Watt
Audio Type Stereo
Connectivity
Rear Input Connectors HDMI x 1
Power
Sleep Mode Power 0.3 W
On Mode Power 94.5 W
Technical Features
Built-in Tuner QAM
Contrast Ratio 4000:1
Brightness 450 cd/m²°
Viewing Angle 178°
Supported Resolutions 1080p (HDTV)
Key Features
3D Technology 3D Not Supported
TV Type Flat-Panel
Max. Resolution 1080p
Screen Size 55"
Definition HDTV
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Display Technology LED LCD
Display Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Smart TV Features Not Supported
Product Identifiers
UPC 716829985533
Model LEDTV5536
MPN LEDTV5536
Product Highlights
About The Brand Coby Electronics Corporation was founded in 1991 by Young Dong Lee and was a well-known manufacturer of consumer electronics products. The company's initial headquarter was in an industrial area of Maspeth, Queens, while in 2008 it was moved to New York. Coby’s extensive production line included reliable home and portable audio and video electronics such as LCD televisions, internet tablets, DVD and MP3 players, digital picture frames, and surround-sound home theater systems.