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Larger waterproof TVs for lucky bathers...

* flat screen tv bathroom.jpgWaterproof and in-wall television pioneer, Aquavision, has introduced two larger sizes to its Frameless range.

The competitively priced range was designed after consultation with developers, architects and specifiers and can be installed directly over the bath or within a shower enclosure.

The first two frameless, waterproof televisions, the 19in. and 26in. models, were introduced in 2010. The two new larger sizes - the 32in. and 40in. LED televisions, which have just been launched, are expected to be installed in other rooms in the house such as bedrooms and living rooms where a sleek design is required that ensures the television is flush with the wall.

All the models in the frameless range are available in S-type (standard) television or A-type (audio visual high-end) and feature heated screens to prevent misting-up, DVB-T, 2 x HDMI inputs, full Scart input and IR in/out connections.

The A-type televisions include RS232 connection and audio output for home network integration.

The entire range is available in black, polar white or MirrorVision - when the television is switched off, the glass takes the form of a mirror that is suitable for shaving, make-up etc. When it is turned on, the mirror gives way to the television screen.

All Aquavision televisions come with a waterproof remote control, speakers and a two year in-home warranty as standard and an optional extended five year warranty which includes in-home repairs is also available in the UK.

T: +44 (0)1442 872665
E: manager@aquavision.tv
W: www.aquavision.tv

9th November 2012




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