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Enox MPL-0832LED - a 32-inch multitalent

Autor: Siobhan Hayes
03/09/2010, 12:14 CET

Enox, the relatively young manufacturer from Hamburg, is extending its "Masterpiece Line" LED TV series with a new model at the start of the yearu: the MPL-0832LED-S.2 has an LCD display with Edge-LED backlight and a screen diagonal of 81 centimetres.

The electronics in the Enox model are capable of a refresh rate of 120Hz and offer a response time of three milliseconds. The brightness is 500 cd/m2 at a contrast ratio of 40,000 to one. The horizontal and vertical viewing angles are 178 degrees. The 16:9 monitor supports the resolutions 480i, 480p, 1080i, 720p and 1080p, whilst a 3D combing filter separates NTS, PAL and external video signals from each other.

Not the largest – but has great features: the Enox MPL-0832LED-S.2 (Picture: Enox)

The television’s multi-tuner processes TV signals in high-resolution quality on all three transmission types: satellite, cable and aerial. In addition, the Enox LED TV has an analogue tuner for the cable network. The fact that the television is intended to be the centre of the media action is illustrated by its almost 20 multimedia ports. More than five HDMI connectors alone allow DVD or Blu-Ray players, games consoles, receivers or home cinema systems to be connected.

A practical exception lies in the fact that four HDMI ports are located on the side of the model and the fifth on the back. Furthermore, the panel exterior also contains a scart connection, a component input (YPbPr), a USB and a VGA connection. Two CI slots allow encrypted programmes to be received and are accompanied by an RF input, an S-Video input and Audio-in/-out (digital). A headphone connection (mini-jack) is also provided.

The Enox MPL-0832LED-S.2 consumes between 70 and 95 watts per hour when in use and 0.1 watts in standby. The screen itself is just 19 millimetres deep; in the middle, where the connectors and power unit are located, it is a respectable 39 millimetres thick. The eleven Kilo television is surrounded by a glossy black frame with gold decoration and two 60-watt integrated speakers. Including a multi-functional remote control, the model costs 899 Euro and is available from spring 2010.

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