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Manufacturer National/Matsushita
Type Consumer
Size 6"
Regions NTSC-J
240p/480i Yes
480p No
720p No
1080i No
Vsync 60 Hz
Widescreen No
RF Built-in antenna, external 75 ohm antenna input
Composite No
S-Video No
Component No
Audio Input No
Audio Output 3.5 mm mono headphone jack
Mono or Stereo Mono
Speakers 1
Weight 3.1 kg (6.83 lb)
Earliest Date 1982

The National TH6-X7 is a 6" CRT produced by Matsushita (later known as Panasonic) and sold under their National brand name in Japan only during the early 1980s. It retailed for 77,000 yen and features a built-in antenna and a 3.5 mm mono jack for connecting an external antenna. The TV also has a small hardwired remote used for changing channels, volume and UHF or VHF bands; these controls are not on the set itself. Channels can be manually tuned by a dial at the top of the set. Like many small TVs, it can be powered through AC voltage from a wall outlet or from a 12V DC external power supply for use in a vehicle. The TH6-X7 was available in either white or black.