Posted 21 March 2012 - 03:58 PM
Now that i've got over the anguish of it all, stopped weeping and have gathered myself back together once more i am now able to face the world again and at last capable of explaining whats been going on with my television viewing arrangements.
My magnificent and wonderful Matsui television set is no longer magnificent and wonderful,it finally went pop!so had to be put down,its funeral was yesterday.The wretched s---------g THOMSON dodgybox which i hold fully responsible for the popping of the Matsui TV has been ''SEEN TO'' with a pick-axe and no longer graces this planet, in one piece anyway.
I have since splashed out on the latest TV state of the art technology offering, a 16'' Goodmans LED tv set at £89-99,nothing like the build quality of the old Matsui but a puny little skinny thing obviously anorexic.However it works, although the screen and sound quality do not come up the the high quality of the magnificent Matsui,i expected this and got it.
This new Goodmans LED 1616 tv instrument is powered by a mains adapter converting to 12vdc which is common nowadays.
IT works ok on the mains and my massively powerful 180watt perverter also.
I know i've reached this punch line in a rather round-about way but i could do with a 12VDC to 12VDC voltage stabilizer or regulator like i use on my sandwich toaster style laptop pc purchased at maplins although that one,a NIKKAI A33HU does not have a 12vdc to 12vdc select,everything under the sun but,just my luck.
I will have a search on-line later for one,although i suppose i could have done that instead of typing all this.
So can anyone recommend a 12vdc to 12vdc voltage stabilizer,as i'm not risking plugging the new TV instrument directly into my boats 12v supply for fear of popping it,as it states in the instructions for domestic household use only.
Thanks in advance, Bizzard. Amen.