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Author Message Posted: 22 December 2014 8:12 PM Subject: 12v tv which is best?
Pops in from time to time Posts: 77 Location: Wantage Oxon Hi, happy Christmas to all, Have just bought a new pvc and need a new TV, I know how good the avtex are but do any of you have any experience of the Cello 12v traveller with built in free view and satelite tuner.
Avtex £350 ish Cello £220, Any advice would be appreciated, Thanks guys, Brian Posted: 22 December 2014 8:24 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Epic contributor Posts: 1996 Location: 4 of Fife Kontiki 660 I use an Asda TV powered through an inverter.
Possible total cost about £110 and it does the same, although no satellite tuner which will only be as good as the dish depending on where you intend to use it Posted: 22 December 2014 9:04 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Legendary contributor Posts: 7793 Location: Bedfordshire, Globecar 636SB Got my Avtex L186DRS as 'ex display' from xsitems on ebay, they sell them regularly, should get one for less than £200 inc post, they are very 'economical' on power Posted: 23 December 2014 9:55 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Lord of the posts Posts: 5852 Location: West Sussex: Hymer B678 Dynamic Line, 150hp Auto I have a 19" Что Omi`s Суп куриный с макаронами 800 г моему Traveller, only takes1.
The FTA sat tuner is a bit of a pain, if you 4 satellites you have re-tune takes ages and you loose all your favorites, this is would apply to any FTA tuner, I was spoilt on the previous van with an Oyster.
Joe90 Posted: 23 December 2014 10:19 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
No one as yet has mentioned viewing angles, I have got a Cello, and also looked at one of their later offerings, both suffer with very poor viewing angles, not a particular problem if you have a multi movement mount, but if not they are pretty dire in my experience, ditto the sound, but that is common on many a modern TV, although we use a cheapo portable speaker wired via the headphone out socket.
Chances are all of the cheaper end of the market come out of the same factory in China, with just different branding Edited by Joe90 2014-12-23 10:21 AM Posted: 23 December 2014 10:46 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Lord of the posts Posts: 5852 Location: West Sussex: Hymer B678 Dynamic Line, 150hp Auto I would describe the Cello viewing angle as reasonably acceptable certainly not the best but far superior to the expensive Camos we had before.
As Mike says does depend on your bracket our one can be set anywhere from floor to ceiling height and is fully rotatable.
Edited by lennyhb 2014-12-23 10:48 AM Posted: 23 December 2014 12:08 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Just joined Posts: 19 I bought the Cello on to start off with, the sound is really poor on it, the picture is ok.
What I didn't realise was until somebody told me is that its not a true 12v TV, it just has an inline invertor with it and I was told therefore takes quite a bit of power.
I have since changed to Avtex TV's which are true 12v, I am really happy with them and they 4 built in freeview and SAT receiver, among other features, The sound is much better than the Cello also, although the viewing angles are not fantastic though, I am also told it uses a lot less power Joe90 Posted: 23 December 2014 12:53 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
What I didn't realise was until somebody told me is that its not a true 12v TV, it just has an inline invertor with it and I was told therefore takes quite a bit of power.
I have since мысль Die kleine Meerjungfrau моему to Avtex TV's which are true 12v, I am really happy with them and they have built in freeview and SAT receiver, among other features, The sound is much better than the Cello also, although the viewing angles are not fantastic though, I am also told it uses a lot less power All I can say is unless they've changed both the smaller Cellos I've seen require 12 volts DC to work, and the one I use are indeed 12 volt, the power bricks supplied are either mains to 12 volt, or a 12 volt DC volt stabilized supply, but they are both по ссылке crap unless looking at them more or less straight on, work your way around that, and for a fraction of the price of an Avtex they are fine IMO.
Edited by Joe90 2014-12-23 1:01 PM Cello Adapter.
JPG Attachments ---------------- 17KB - 205 downloads Posted: 4 December 2014 1:01 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
What I didn't realise was until somebody told me is that its not a true 12v TV, it just has an inline invertor with it and I was told therefore takes quite a bit of power.
I have since changed to Avtex TV's which are true 4, I перейти really happy with them and they 4 built in freeview and SAT receiver, among other features, The sound is much better than the Cello also, although the viewing angles are not fantastic though, I am also told it uses a lot less power All I can say is unless they've changed both the smaller Cellos I've seen require 12 volts DC to work, and the one I use are indeed 12 volt, the power bricks supplied are either mains to 12 volt, or a 12 volt DC volt stabilized supply, but they are both pretty crap unless looking at them straight on.
I am no expert, but I think what the fitter was trying to say is that its not true 12v like the avtex, it needs the power brick as you call it which the avtex doesn'tmeaning it uses a lot more power.
Joe90 Posted: 23 December 2014 1:04 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
What I didn't realise was until somebody told me is that its not a true 12v TV, it just has an inline invertor with it and I was told therefore takes quite a bit of power.
I have since changed to Avtex TV's which are true 12v, I am really happy with them and they have built in freeview and SAT receiver, among other features, The sound is much better than the Cello also, although the viewing angles are not fantastic though, I am also told it uses a lot less power All I can страница is unless they've changed both the smaller Cellos I've seen require 12 volts DC to work, and the one I use are indeed 12 volt, the power bricks supplied are either mains to 12 volt, or a 12 volt DC volt stabilized supply, but they are both pretty crap unless looking at them straight on.
I am no expert, but I think what the fitter was trying to say is that its not true 12v like the avtex, it needs the power brick as you call it which the avtex doesn'tmeaning it uses a lot more power.
Edited by Joe90 2014-12-23 1:10 PM Cello Adapter.
JPG Attachments ---------------- 17KB - 194 downloads Posted: 23 December 2014 1:25 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Lives on the forums Posts: 587 Location: mold, north wales.
Auto-sleeper Sussex Duo 2010 Having recently had a solar panel fitted and having a mains only 16" TV, I decided we needed a 12v TV for off hook-up.
I've just bought an Alba second-hand.
Many mains TV's have a transformer from 240v to 12v, many don't have this.
Our mains only TV was 240v only, being wired directly into the TV.
Many Alba's are the same but some have 'power source 12v' on the rear label and simply require a 12v lead into a phono-type socket.
This TV was just like this but had no 12v lead with it.
TV cost £20, lead from Ebay cost about a tenner.
Works great, viewing angle better than the old one which was a Matsuiso really pleased.
Don't see the need for an 4 Avtex, when you consider how many hours viewing you do compared with home.
Some will no doubt say 'you get what you pay for', they may be right but if it lasts a couple of seasons or even less, I'll just go out and buy another.
Posted: 23 December 2014 3:30 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
The Cello Traveller TV's are 12V even come with a 12 v lead to plug in to cigar lighter socket.
Although if any TV comes with a 12v power supply it is still a 12v TV, what makes you think it isn't?
Posted: 23 December 2014 4:35 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Pops in from time to time Posts: 77 Location: Wantage Oxon Hi all and thanks for all your comments, I to had the oyster setup on my previous hymer Lennie,system 4 very user freindly, not sure what sat system I will purchase yet but will continue with the ariel and booster supplied with the new van, used it at Hunters moon cc site in wareham last week and it worked fine although the warden said reception was very poor, Thanks all for your advice and opinions they much appreciated brian Posted: 23 December 2014 8:15 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Legendary contributor Posts: 7793 Location: Bedfordshire, Globecar 636SB There's a good reason we changed to Avtex, was fed up with a not very good Vision Plus.
The Vision Plus had very poor viewing angles which where a nightmare in a van, the Avtex has 170hoz 160vert, not as good as my pannies at home but more than good enough for the van.
The Avtex has a HD tuner for both DTTV and Sat, very few if any small domestic tv's have HD tuner, and I'm not aware of any with a sat tuner.
The Avtex being a newer tv follows the modern trend of having a narrow bezel which means we could get a bigger screen in vertualy the same space and it only weights 3kg which is lighter.
For tuning the tv to other sats it's a bit odd compared to a fta, there is a 'list' of UK channels which stays put, and the 'new' channels add to the end of list, but retune again to another sat and it seems to wipe 'new' channels and replace with the next set, it also doesn't have a по этой ссылке freesat epg and like most fta's just has 'now and next'.
Posted: 23 December 2014 10:19 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Lord of the posts Posts: 5852 Location: West Sussex: Hymer B678 Dynamic Line, 150hp Auto colin - 2014-12-23 8:15 PM For tuning the tv to other sats it's a bit odd compared to a fta, there is a 'list' of UK channels which stays put, and the 'new' channels add to the end of list, but retune again to another sat and it seems to wipe 'new' channels and replace with the next set, it also doesn't have a true freesat epg and like most fta's just has 'now and next'.
Built in Free to Air Satellite tuners do seem to leave a lot to be desired, our Cello not much different, re-tune and the channel numbers change, a lot of channels come up without a channel number, the only thing that remains constant is the first 10 or so channels are always channel 4.
Another thing that varies is the amount of channels 4 are in HD even when in the same location, not that it matters 4 a 19" screen.
Unfortunately as far as I am aware there isn't a TV made with a built in Freesat tuner only FTA.
Posted: 24 December 2014 7:58 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Epic contributor Posts: 1674 Location: Somerset 2017 Carthago C-Compactline i138 I shall be having a Cello 19" fitted to the rear bedroom of our next van haven't decided what will be in the front but either way, i only need an HDMI connection as I will be taking my Sky HD box with us" our current 'van' TV is a Tesco 22" whichis centrally sited can swivel to provide viewing from the front and rear of the van.
Epic contributor Posts: 1117 Location: The Lot We have a Logik 21inch tv, which runs on 12 volt.
The sound is not good so we plug in a pretty little red owl speaker and that makes the sound fine.
I looked up the user reviews on the internet and the general con census was that the picture is good, the sound is not, they are reliable, and we paid £121 from the local Tesco Homestore.
AGD Posted: 24 December 2014 2:01 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Forum master Posts: 2925 Location: Beddgelert, North Wales We to have a Cello and it is fine for us, in our late departed PVC we had an Avtec and its picture was no better than our Cello, sound is not good but it has enough volume so do not care much.
Not really to concerned as rarely used in the summer and we do not do many winter trips Posted: 25 December 2014 2:11 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Has lots to offer Posts: 400 Location: Scotland, Elddis Aspire 255 We use a Tesco 19" built in freeview and DVD player, has HDMI input, added sound from Logitec computer speakers, all runs happily from 30watt inverter when off grid.
Merry Christmas one and all.
Posted: 26 December 2014 9:12 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Merry Christmas one and all.
Normally TVs operated through inverters have a heavy draw on a battery.
Not to be recommended for serious TV watchers.
Posted: 26 December 2014 9:40 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Epic contributor Posts: 1996 Location: Kingdom of Fife Kontiki 660 Iain Strachan - 2014-12-25 2:11 PM We use a Tesco 19" built in freeview and DVD player, has Жмите сюда input, added sound from Logitec computer speakers, all runs happily from 30watt inverter when off grid.
Merry Christmas one and all.
Normally TVs operated through inverters have a heavy draw on a battery.
Not to be recommended for serious TV watchers.
I think my "normal" TV uses about 20 watts so no "heavy draw" on battery through inverter and can be watched for hours with no problems.
Posted: 26 December 2014 11:13 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Legendary contributor Posts: 7793 Location: Bedfordshire, Globecar 636SB Iain Strachan - 2014-12-25 2:11 PM We use a Tesco 19" built in freeview and DVD player, has HDMI input, added sound from Logitec computer speakers, all runs happily from 30watt inverter when off grid.
Merry Christmas one and all.
Normally TVs operated through inverters have a heavy draw on a battery.
Not to be recommended for serious TV watchers.
I think my "normal" TV uses about 20 watts so no "heavy draw" on battery through inverter and can be watched for hours with no на этой странице />Posted: 26 December 2014 11:13 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Gets involved Posts: 228 Location: Somerset Although Bush and Alba are trusted names from the past, I understand they are simply badged products bought in from the east.
They do little if any production.
It's the same for Goodmans, Logik, Tesco and others.
We bought a 16" badged TV with DVD, the DVD part never did work, it was returned twice.
And the viewing angle was hopeless, in our van we need to view from the side and everything appeared to be in negative.
In Lessar LS-MHE09KOA2A настенный блок Мультисистемы end we по ссылке it for a Toshiba 22" with DVD which has been fine.
Although the smaller size of the 16" was handy, in practice the 22" being LED was easily stored, and performed much better.
As regards running from 4 12v, it shouldn't use that much power but in practice we find we do not продолжение здесь to watch TV while abroad, and if in the UK we'll normally be on a site with leccy.
It's only in winter when we find the need to view, and usually only watch a DVD.
The viewing angle is really important for здесь, we have no experience of the Avtex or Viewplus, but wouldn't take the risk of spending more than what we have.
Posted: 27 December 2014 5:22 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
This Cello Model has a built in sat.
Ideal Sound not perfect just get one of those small extension speakers.
Posted: 28 December 2014 5:45 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Has lots to offer Posts: 400 Location: Scotland, Elddis Aspire 255 Mike 88, the fact that I am running the tv and speaker, from a 30 watt.
Inverter should have indicated that the drain on the battery is low.
In fact I calculate 9hrs use will only take a 110hr amp battery to 50%.
Of course if the op wants to use more kit off grid he would need a bigger inverter, which would naturally affect his current drain.
Personaly I have never seen the point in sitting in your van watching tv.
Might as well stay at home!
Posted: 28 December 2014 5:55 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Lives on the forums Posts: 525 Location: West Sussex and Spain Niesmann Bischoff Flair 2018 Just to put a mini spanner in the works, our AVTEX with the DVD slot has broken down.
It appears that the lazer reader is shot, and a replacement is more than a new telly!
The set is 3 years old, very little used, and I am a bit miffed!
Posted: 28 December 2014 6:15 PM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Epic contributor Posts: 1080 Location: West Sussex - 2010 Carthago Chic, Fiat 3.
I have 4 Cello Traveller and initially found I had to re-tune whenever changing satellites.
I then noticed that all the scanned satellites were retained on the top of the drop down menu showing the channels - you need to press the left or right arrows to get to the various satellites.
You may find all the programme numbers get rearranged.
I use the Cello with an Oyster system.
If you need any further advice just PM me.
It's sometime since I last did this procedure so may have to refresh my memory before replying.
I would definitely NOT buy a Cello We bought one and it was changed 3 times under warranty in the first 12 months, each TV having a different fault, No Satellite по ссылке, screen fault, refused to record.
The current one is also faulty.
Set it on record an it will record fro 10 minutes, then shut's down for 20 seconds, starts again and records for another 10 minutes and so on.
Tuning satellite is перейти slow, sound is poor, viewing angle is poor.
You больше информации what you pay for.
Stay away from them.
Posted: как сообщается здесь December 2014 10:01 PM Жмите RE: 12v tv which is best?
Forum master Posts: 2281 Location: Деревянные настенные 4 CMG103NR06 Starspirit flyboyprowler - 2014-12-28 5:55 PM Just to put a mini spanner in the works, our AVTEX with the DVD slot has broken down.
It appears that the lazer reader is shot, and a replacement is more than часы GALAXY AYP-1045В new telly!
The set is 3 years old, very little used, and I am a bit miffed!
If you buy a new Avtex TV from John Lewis, the guarantee is 5 years for the TV and 3 years for the DVD components.
Posted: 29 December 2014 11:06 AM Subject: RE: 12v tv which is best?
Lord of the posts Posts: 5852 Location: West Sussex: Hymer B678 Dynamic Line, 150hp Auto lennyhb - The FTA sat tuner is a bit of a pain, if you change satellites you have re-tune takes ages and you loose all your favorites, this is would apply to any FTA tuner, I was spoilt on the previous van with an Oyster.
I have a Cello Traveller and initially found I had to re-tune whenever changing satellites.
I then noticed that all the scanned satellites were retained on the top of the drop down menu showing the channels - you need to press the left or right arrows to get to the various satellites.
You may find all the programme numbers get rearranged.
I use the Cello with an Oyster system.
If you need any further advice just PM me.
It's sometime since I last did this procedure so may have to refresh my memory before replying.
Thanks for the info, I'll have a look didn't use the TV when we were away over Christmas.
When I used the Cello in the last van with an Oyster I only used the Oyster tuner.
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