A review of the Haier HLT71 handheld LCD TV. If you need something compact and easy to use, check out what features this device has to offer. This is a low-priced portable media player that has been able to outlast its competitors with it being able to recieve ATSC digital signals. It was released to Amazon well before the digital transition (2004), and people are still enjoying quality over-the-air entertainment.
Easy to spare room
If living in a cramped area or need a small inexpensive TV for a child, the Haier HLT71 handheld LCD TV might be something to look into. It has a huge wealth of reviews from Amazon and has been discounted price-wise substantially. It’s small and compact at only 2.7 pounds so it can be squeezed into any tight corner or office space available. You’d want it to remain stationary as it won’t pick up signals that well while on the move. This is the type of device you’d use as a kitchen TV or on the deck outside. Still though, it’s a bestselling product on Amazon which suggests it maybe worth the drastically reduced sale price after all. Here I’ll provide a few specifications and some other info about the HLT71 handheld TV.
What it can do
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Well, first off the HLT71 will play your ATSC and NTSC over-the-air channels. Since the digital transition, you most likely will be viewing ATSC channels. You have the option of viewing your favorite TV shows in either 16:9 widescreen or with a 4:3 standard screen size. It also has an A/V jack so you can hook up other devices to add to the entertainment value. It’s always a good idea to make sure you get good reception before purchasing any handheld TV tuner. It has a detachable antenna which will aid you in finding your favorite channels, but one reviewer notes that if you’re not sure how many channels you’ll receive in your area, just go to a website called antennaweb, type in your address and it’ll show you what channels are available. A digital coaxial audio connection is available for superior sound - just connect it to a surround sound receiver for improved audio. Of course, it may look a bit silly with movie theater sound coming from such a tiny 7 inch screen, but to each his own.