• SRT 39HX1003

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SRT 39HX1003

The perfect choice for small places

The X100 series reflects the advantages of small-sized TVs and is perfect for places where you are short of space, or as a second TV – regardless of whether for the bedroom, children’s room, workroom or kitchen. The television experience is paired with stunning image resolution and optimized sound quality. With DVB-T/T2/C/S/S2 tuner.

Product overview

  • Built-in DVB-T/T2/C/S/S2 tuner
  • USB for multimedia
  • Exceptional contrast and realistic pictures
  • CI+ slot for conditional access to Pay TV
  • Bright colours and broad colour range
  • Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
  • Favourite channel lists
  • Parental control
  • Teletext
  • 100 Hz Image Quality Ratio
     Built-in DVB-T/T2/C/S/S2 tuner for Free-To-Air TV and radio programmes via terrestrial antenna, satellite or cable(1)
     USB port for playback of various multimedia files(2)
     Exceptional contrast and realistic pictures
     CI+ slot for conditional access to Pay TV
     100 Hz Image Quality Ratio
     Radiant colours and broad colour spectrum
     Electronic TV Programme Guide (EPG) for on screen programme information of present/following events(3)
     Booking of timers directly through the EPG
     Favourite list for storing channels in your preferred order
     Parental control for channels(3)
     Teletext, multi-lingual subtitling and audio track support(3)
     User-friendly remote control
     Various settings for picture and sound modes
     5 V antenna power supported
     Multi-lingual on screen menu (OSD)
    (1) Depending on local signal conditions
    (2) STRONG cannot guarantee the playback of files although extensions are listed, as it depends on the codec, bit rate and resolution
    (3) Availability depending on broadcast
    Resolution1366x768 (HD)
    Image Quality Ratio (IQR)100 Hz
    Frequency60 Hz
    Panel brightness (cd/m²)220(±10)
    Contrast ratio3000:1
    Response time typ. (in ms)7
    HEVC H.265available
    USB multimediaavailable
    Favourite channel listavailable
    Channel editoravailable
    Parental controlavailable
    PC in (via VGA)1
    AV IN1
    Mini AV/YPbPr L/R in1
    DVI-in video (via HDMI) available
    PC audio in1
    ANT in (IEC terrestrial/cable)available
    SAT in (F Sat)available
    CI slotavailable
    Sound typeStereo, Mono L/R
    Screen size (cm/inch)99/39"
    Size (WxDxH) in mm889 x 216 x 558
    Size (WxDxH) in mm (without stand)889 x 77 x 511
    Weight in kg6,00
    Weight without stand in kg5,80
    Power consumption working (max./typ.)74 W/36 W
    Energy efficiency classA+
    Fixed standavailable
    Wall-mount VESA size in mm (not included)200x200
    Power consumption in standby<0.5W
    * DVB-C is only available in certain countries and for certain operators. For certain operators, a subscription and conditional access are necessary. For more information, please contact your operator.
    **Availability depending on broadcast

    Subject to alterations. In consequence of continuous research and development technical specifications, design and appearance of products may change. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Audio and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries. All product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.


    Possible cause and solution

    No picture,no sound

    1. Check if the fuse or circuit breaker is working.
    2. Plug another electrical device into the outlet to make sure it is working or turned on.
    3. The power plug is in bad contact with the outlet
    4. Check the signal source.

    No colour

    1. Change the colour system.
    2. Adjust the saturation.
    3. Try another channel. Black-white programme may be received.

    The remote control does not work

    1. Change the batteries.
    2. The batteries are not installed correctly.
    3. Main power is not connected.

    No picture, normal sound

    1. Adjust the brightness and contrast.
    2. Broadcasting failure may happen.

    Normal picture, no sound

    1. Press the volume up button to increase the volume.
    2. The volume is set to mute, press [MUTE] to restore the sound.
    1. Change the sound system.
    2. Broadcasting failure may happen.

    Unorderly ripples on the picture

    It is usually caused by local interference, such as cars, daylight lamps and hair driers. Adjust the antenna to minimize the interference.

    Snowy dots, blocking and interference

    If the antenna is located in the fringe area of a television signal where the signal is weak, the picture may be marred by dots, show blocking or break-ups. When the signal is extremely weak, it may be necessary to install
    a special antenna to improve the reception.

    1. Adjust the position and orientation of the indoor/outdoor antenna.
    2. Check the connection of the antenna.
    3. Fine tune the channel.
    4. Try another channel. Broadcasting failure may happen.


    Ghosts are caused by the television signal following two paths. One is the direct path, the other is reflected from tall buildings, hills, or other objects. Changing the direction or position of the antenna may improve the reception.

    Radio frequency interference

    This interference produces moving ripples or diagonal streaks, and in some case, loss of contrast in the picture. Find out and remove the radio interference source.

    Playback of video (or Timeshift) is causing picture freeze/macro blocks or similar distortion, especially on HD content.

    Read/write speed of your USB device could be too low. Make sure to use a USB storage device with sufficient speed and space. Pen drives (USB sticks) may not support sufficient speed.

    No signal or weak signal, intermittent reception.

    1. Cables might have loosened; moisture might have entered into cables or connectors, heavy rain at present or heavy storm at present.
      Check the cable connections, LNB and other equipment connected between the LNB and the receiver, or peak the dish.
      Wait for rain/storm to subside. Ask a local satellite specialist for advice.
    2. The satellite dish is not pointing at the (correct) satellite(s).
      Adjust the dish. Ask a local satellite specialist for advice.
    3. Satellite dish is too small, trees or buildings in path.
      Change to a larger dish or change position of dish.
    4. Signal is too strong, dish is oversized.
      Connect a signal attenuator to the LNB input. Ask a local satellite specialist for advice.

    Bad picture / blocking error during heavy rain.

    Heavy rain will attenuate satellite signals, below a certain level blocking will occur.
    Make sure your dish installation is up to standards to minimize rain effects. When in doubt, ask a local satellite specialist for advice.

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