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Vutrix 46" Plasma

Vutrix 46" Plasma

Price: £150.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 14/02/2020
Item ID: 180006

Vutrix 46" Plasma

Vutrix 46" Plasma

46” LCD 1920x1080 native resolution display at 50Hz or 60Hz.

SD-SDI or HD-SDI inputs.

Supplied with remote and includes choice of table stand or floor stand.


  • Case weights and dimensions
  • Supplied accessories

99Kgs, 103.0x129.0x42.0 cm on castors.

Fitted to table stand with remote control and mains lead.


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