A TV for every room: Mitchell & Brown extends TV line-up small smart HD model
The new Mitchell & Brown 32FHD1811DSM gives independent retailers an exclusive, fully-featured, premium model as the ideal up-sell TV for a second room in the house – perhaps the kitchen, bedroom or kid’s room.
Boasting a Full-HD 1940 x 1080 native resolution direct-lit LED screen, the TV delivers the same pixel size and density of a 65inch 4K screen. With the bulk of content on smart services like Netflix, Now TV and Amazon Prime, as well as FreeviewHD, available in 1080p Full-HD quality, this TV makes the very best of the content and channels users are most likely to view in the second room.
TV sales for the home’s second or third room have dramatically risen over the last two years as customers spend more time living, working and even holidaying at home. Yet, few smaller screen TVs have offered the full suite of smart features and services customers have come to expect from main room TVs, nor the native Full-HD resolution screen to enjoy them on, says Bolton-based M&B.
Other features on this new set include improved sound quality, particularly dialogue intelligibility, with Mitchell & Brown’s integrated Sound Box, as well as a five-band equaliser for user adjustment.
For commercial use, the 32FHD1811DSM offers Ideal Hotel Mode automatic volume control and tuner lock features, digital audio out and a headphone output. Legacy input connectivity covers component, composite and s-video, along with PC Audio and analogue stereo inputs. The TV is supplied with a stable pedestal stand and can be securely wall mounted on a standard VESA 75×75 mount.
“Small screen TVs rarely get anything like specification or features of their larger-screen counterparts, yet there are plenty of customers looking for premium performance and smart services on the TV in the bedroom or kid’s room,” said M&B’s Director of Operations, Dan Brown. “The 32-DSM ticks all of these boxes. We think this model offers a tremendous trade-up or add-on sale for our TV retailers.”