Great budget TV for bedroom
For the price you can’t beat it! It has the main apps such as Netflix, Stan, YouTube and a host of others apps. It was easy to set up. At first I thought the picture was not that good, but after playing around with the many picture settings I got a really good picture. Very happy with this purchase.
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Affordable and good quality tv
We purchased this tv for our bedroom as our old tv became faulty after seven years. We are impressed with the quality of an unknown brand. It’s cost efficient and suited our budget well. It was simple to set up. We can access our usual: Netflix and YouTube. Very happy with this purchase.
For $300 it's perfect it sounds great looks very smart it's nice and flat not chucky or thick sure its not small but with a chrome cast your set it's in my bedroom and I love it
Purchased in April 2020 for A$299.00.
Great value and excellent performance for the money
I needed a spare TV as our old one had packed it in.... not wanting to spend too much on a spare, I found the Ffalcon appealing due to its performance and value. Happy with it's performance thus far. I hooked up a Vodafone TV box to it and it hasn't faltered. Highly recommended and great value on special for $248 from the Good guys.
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The Perfect Delight in COVID-19 Lockdown
I purchased the FFalcon 40F1 40" Full HD on line, so it was delivered home. As we can't have people coming into our homes, I set it all up alone, including screwing it onto the wall bracket. It is relatively light and easy to handle.
As the manual is printed in very small print, I got the online manual where I could enlarge the print. It is very clearly laid out and also easy to follow.
New to me were the USB connection, two HDMI ports and the aerial. There are also coloured sound ports which I do not understand.
Now I sit here and all the ...
Questions & Answers
Has anyone else had problems setting up Network Connection? I'm about to give up and use a Chrome cast, it doesn't matter what I do, it fails to connect.
I have given up and using my Chrome Cast. My DVD player won't work with it either, I regretted buying this price of junk within 5 minutes.
Press the button twice to get the keyboard up to enter network password, I received this Customer Service at Ffalcon. Why this isn't in the manual is beyond me, I hope it helps:
Try these troubleshooting steps:
- Turn the TV Off
- Unplug the tv to the PowerPoint.
- Press and hold the power button at the TV panel for 15 secs.
- Then plug it back in then turn on the tv.
RESET THE TV
Note: It will erase ALL the data you input on the TV including the account that you sign in on some applications.
- Press the Gear symbol BUTTON
- Go to Picture
- Advance settings
- Highlight Contrast then press 9-7-3-5
- Factory Settings should come up on the screen
- Select #3 RESET SHOP > then Press the right arrow key (the TV will automatically turn off just turn it back on)
- TV will turn on the installation menu
Also, here are the steps on how to connect your television to the internet:
- Press the Gear BUTTON
- Go to Network > Wireless Connection
- Look for the name of your wifi
- Press OK button twice
- Keyboard will pop-up on the tv screen
- Input password
- Then at the bottom part of the keyboard (on the right side) there's an arrow highlight that one and press OK
Kindly update us on the result. You can reply to this email or call us on our hotline number 1300 170 540 for us to easily create and process a case for you.
|Category||Full HD TVs|
|Energy Rating||6 star(s)|
|Number of HDMI Ports||2|
|Number of USB Ports||1|
|Dimensions (without stand)||518.4 x 905.1 x 74.4 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||547.6 x 905.1 x 186.4 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
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