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Sony KV-14D2
Manufacturer Sony
Type Consumer
Size 14"
Regions NTSC
240p/480i Yes
480p No
Vsync 60 Hz only?
Widescreen No
RF 2x (Front: "F" 75 Ω, Rear: ?)
Remote None
Brochure [1]

The Sony KV-14D2 Prism G.T. (Game and Television) is a TV for the Japanese market.

Below the 12 regular tuner preset buttons, a 13th button labeled Hit can be found: the channel stored on this program is received from the front RF input, called a "Hit connector" (Hit端子) and intended for the convenience of game console and home computer users (note how the Sony home computer line is called Hit-Bit; in fact, this model was advertised as ideal for the HB-55 MSX).[1]