The Finlux 42F7077-D 42 inch LED 3D TV turns any room into an entertainment hub thanks to breathtaking 3D action. You'll also have full access to showcase your videos, photos and music via USB, a wide range of Freeview channels to keep you occupied as well as being able to pause, rewind and record live TV with one button!
Finest Full HD 1080p Picture Enjoy the finest details of your favourite movies, programmes, or games in all their glory when connected to a Full HD source such as a Blu-ray player or Games console.
Bright & Crisp LED Screen LED back-lit TVs create greater contrast ratios, leading to a sharper image. They are also slimmer and consume less power than similarly-sized traditional LCDs.
Stunning 3D Viewing Finlux 3D TVs bring breath-taking action to life with passive 3D technology, allowing you to watch 3D movies and sporting action with exceptional added depth.
Share the 3D experience This TV comes with 4 pairs of passive 3D glasses to enjoy breath-taking 3D entertainment with. More than enough to go around!
Freeview Channels Built-in An integrated Freeview tuner will allow you to watch all your favourite shows from over 50 TV and 24 radio stations across the country - without the need for an additional set-top box.
Easily Connect to any HD Sources Benefit from 3x HDMI inputs, so that you can watch your favourite media in stunning High Definition. Simply connect HD sources such as Blu-ray players, HD Digital set-top boxes or Games consoles.
Pause & Record Live TV Stay in control of your TV viewing thanks to our PVR functionality. You can pause live TV, or even record shows up to seven days in advance via USB.
A really good TV only selling due to upgrade to larger TV.
On stand, can be wall mounted.
In excellent condition. Great picture!! Can be seen fully working in normal and 3D.
Includes remote, manual and four pairs of 3D glasses (in new condition).
Can easily connect to the internet via WIFI or wired and watch a host of online programmes like Netflix, Amazon prime (you may need an account for these), BBC I-Player, Demand 5 and many more..
Any questions please ask away!!