About TV DVD Combi
Since the mid 1980s, combination television units have been a popular choice for many households. Amongst the boom of the VHS market, the TV VHS combi was produced, and it has held its place within changing technology for three decades. TV DVD combis are the modern product on the market.
Gone are the days of large, chunky, square boxes; with today's TV DVD combis there are a whole host of sleek, slimline designs. With variations on size, colour and even the type of screen, an integrated television and DVD player can cater to anybody's needs and taste.
TV DVD combis can be an excellent choice if you're looking for the functionality of a television and DVD player, and have a penchant for saving space. Ideal as wall-mounted screens, TV DVD combis also mean that there's no need for unattractive wires and cables running between devices.
These days, most models include additional features such as built-in Freeview, USB input, HD viewing and HDMI connectivity, which has made TV DVD combis such a favourable choice for bedrooms, where space is limited but the latest functionality is required. Integrated Freeview means that there is no need for an additional box in order to watch free-to-air channels, and HDMI connectivity enables games consoles to operate with HD graphics.
Many people find that TV DVD combis are ideal for a child's bedroom or playroom, as there is only one remote control to learn to use, as well as offering parents some much needed peace from kids' TV.