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Viewpia LC-46IEA3

by oscaruana / April 9, 2007 6:29 PM PDT

I have actually bought this product some months ago and I have been amazed with the picture quality and features most importantly the so called NIMP feature which can record tv broadcast to an SD card or CF card of which slots are located on the TV. It also has a USB slot from where it can read media like AVI video files and perform playback on the 46 inch screen.More detail about this TV can be found at www.indtek.co.kr.

I have posted this thread because I was curious about what the experts think on this TV since I have not found any reviews on the net.

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NIMP...is that a network connection?
by ahtoi / April 10, 2007 2:36 AM PDT
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I am not sure if SD or CP will work that well, unless you can tell me why it is better than OTHER type/system/method. I know cartridge media makes ideal jpeg viewing but for video; it doesn't hold too much and I think a player is needed also.

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The TV can Actually Record
by oscaruana / April 10, 2007 5:38 AM PDT

The tv itself can record on SecureDigital card media and CompactFlash cards. It is no network connection. NIMP stands fo Neo-Integrated Multimedia Player.

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The Product is a TV
by oscaruana / April 10, 2007 5:40 AM PDT

I am talking about a 46inch TV. ( I noticed I was not clear enough)

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This is obscure brand in the U.S.A.
by NM_Bill / April 10, 2007 8:35 AM PDT
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Glad you like your product.

The Viewpia website lists a Netherlands distributor for the E.U. It also states the three year onsite warranty is not honored for internet sales.

The Indtek Korean website isn't particularly more informative.

Unless knowledgable posters can provide good information, this seems to be a minor brand, with perhaps more well known reliable alternatives.

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THIS BRAND HAS NO U.S. IMPORTERS AND IS NOT MEANT........
by Riverledge / April 10, 2007 8:56 AM PDT
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TO BE SOLD IN THE STATES.

river.

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Where did the original "poster" buy this Viewpia display?
by MartyAddison / May 10, 2009 2:03 PM PDT
In reply to: Viewpia LC-46IEA3

Where did the original "poster" buy this Viewpia display?

In the USA or elsewhere?

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