- 9″ digital 16:9 screen with 800×480 resolution; Freeview TV for UK and HD TNT / DVB TV for other countries, Plus all digital radio stations
- Real-time and scheduled TV recording, 7 day EPG (Electronic Program Guide) and Subtitles
- Plays video, music and digital pictures via USB port; Supports MP3, WAV, JPEG, MPEG4, AVI formats; Output TV/video/photos to large screens via HDMI port; AV-In port enables use as a high quality monitor
- Remote control with battery, Built-in stereo loudspeakers and Earphone socket; AC power supply from mains (110-240V 50/60Hz); Built-in Rechargeable battery for up to 2.5 hours
- User Manual in English / French / German / Italian / Spanish languages
The August DTV905 plays crystal clear Freeview TV in the palm of your hand. Using its high quality 9″ LCD screen you can also enjoy video directly from USB sticks, HDMI in, or use it as an MP3 player for listening to your music collection. Its advanced receiver can produce a perfect transmission at motorway speeds, by train or by car.
7 day EPG allows you to schedule a week’s worth of viewing in advance. Real-Time and Scheduled Recording allows you to save your favourite TV shows to watch again and again.
The AV out means you can use all the features of this model on a full size TV, giving you a large screen multi-media player in the comfort of your living room. Perfect for holidays, commuting or watching TV in bed, the DTV905 is a versatile little device.
It comes with the following accessories: an AC power adaptor/charger, a USB cable for connecting the player to external drives, an aerial adaptor for connecting the TV to a high gain antenna, an AV cable for outputting TV/video to an external screen and a pair of headphones.
August portable TVs have been reviewed by, and won awards from leading magazines including What HiFi, Which ? and Active Home, plus was voted a Top 3 Small Screen TV by Channel 4.
Please note: there may be difficulties in receiving TV signal with the in-built telescopic antenna in some regions at present and the aerial socket may have to be used to add an external antenna. This is due to the Freeview service (see freeview.co.uk website) not yet being fully operational throughout the UK. The reception will improve along with the progress of the Switchover.