37" Toshiba 37XV553DB full HD 1080p LCD tv £399!! minus vat £391.47 @ Sainsburys plus 782 nectar points! - HotUKDeals
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37" Toshiba 37XV553DB full HD 1080p LCD tv £399!! minus vat £391.47 @ Sainsburys plus 782 nectar points!

£391.47 @ Sainsbury's
This is my first post so please be gentle!! I went into my local sainsburys today to check out the "red" 37 inch tv i spotted on an earlier post and saw this Toshiba one next to it. Have checked th…
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
This is my first post so please be gentle!!
I went into my local sainsburys today to check out the "red" 37 inch tv i spotted on an earlier post and saw this Toshiba one next to it.
Have checked the sainsburys website and it's actually more expensive on there.
A bargain for a 37 inch 1080p!! have just got it home and set it up and it looks awesome :)
I've been looking for a new tv for ages!!
I also got 782 nectar points.

Screen size: 37" Freeview: Yes
Contrast:
18000:1
HD Ready: Yes
HDMI Sockets: 3
Resolution: 1920x1080 Scart: 2
Brightness: 500cd/m2 Component: Yes
Dimensions:
90.2x63.5x25.8cm
(WxHxD) Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Viewing Angle: 178/178
Weight: 19.1kg Child lock: No

Have just checked on their website and apparently it goes up to £699 on march 18 2009!
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#1
Yeah I went to get the Red 37" TV and with the Toshiba next to it the Red did look budget so I bought it, great looking TV not sure if the spec is good but cheapest I could find was Tesco at £528.46. The model No is 37XV553DB.
#2
Where did you find it on the website? Also, what store did you get this in? Is it nationwide do you know?
#3
i spotted some in Edinburgh
#4
It's in the "in store now" section of the website for £479.99.
I'm not sure if it's nationwide though. They had a few left in the shrewsbury branch where i bought it from.
#5
This deal is instore at both Torquay and Paignton so probably nationwide........very tempted as been waiting a while for something at this size and at such a good price. Especially as i've got 10% staff discount
Any LCD boffins know if this is any good??? :)
1 Like #6
This is the same as the VX555DB and this gets good reviews on Avforums. The only difference is the 553 has a silver trim on the bottom of the TV.
#7
I got this from Bedford store they have five left, I am trying to see what the difference is between a 37XV553DB and the one on Toshiba site which is 555DB according to someone on AV Forum it is the silver strip, nothing to do with the spec. Just wish I had a PS3 to test any lag that may happen, just testing my WII via HDMI at present, this is a good test for me has I have a £1500 Phillips downstairs which claims to be full HD 1080P compatible but it is not due to lag from the WII and my 1080P laptop via HDMI.

This may prove to be a cracking TV, time will tell.
#8
From AVForums seems established 503/505/553/555 are spec wise identical. Just cosmetic differences (such as silver or black trims etc).

Is full HD 1080p set & generally seen as good set for the money (& that was at £500-£600). I have had 503 since May last year. Very happy with it. £399 sounds a bargain to me.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/toshiba-37xv505db-37xv503db-review-20080501106.htm
#9
guys i am just about to purchase this i am excited the guy at sainsburys said it is the one with the silver trim, i not fussed about the trim just want to know am i getting a good television which i can see the ps3 clearly on help please they will only reserve it for an hour
2 Likes #10
I have just hooked up my ps3 to the television i bought this afternoon and it looks amazing!!
fab tv!!!
#11
missp27
I have just hooked up my ps3 to the television i bought this afternoon and it looks amazing!!
fab tv!!!


thanks just getting in car to get it how exciting rep added for your help :thumbsup:
#12
Bought this a few months from Sainsburys for £470 (£479 before VAT reduction) and it's a great TV.. a bargain at £390! Recommended.
#13
For info, there was at least 1 left at the eltham sainsburys, but the tag on the wall behind it says £449, may go down at the checkout tho...
#14
its alright specs
contrast ratio is a bit low compared to newer models of sonys and stuff but those cost about double
so for the price its excellant.
#15
I bought an XV503DB last year for £530, and am very pleased with it. This is the same TV, and in fact 2 friends bought an XV553DB from Sainsbury's recently (but for £480-or-so, I think).
This is a really great deal - the television is excellent quality. It looks pretty good at normal resolutions and fantastic at 1080P!
banned#16
Heat added! :-D
#17
Zurich, what store in Edinburgh did you see it in?

Can anyone who has the TV let me know what its height including the stand is? I'm not sure if it'll squeeze in my cabinet.

Thanks!
#18
I have this set, got it from Tesco in September. Xbox and Sky HD look amazing but normal TV takes some getting used to compared to a CRT although it is getting better i've noticed, maybe its becasue production is switching to HD or maybe i've just got used to the picture lol.
Spawney, sorry tape measure is in the shed but it's not much bigger than an old 32inch tv with the speakers on the side, this is due to the slim surround which I love.
Great price also.
Heat and rep added.
#19
Does it have a headphone output socket? It seems to be becoming a rare feature these days.
banned#20
If you staff you also get a 10% discount right?
#21
interpleb
Does it have a headphone output socket? It seems to be becoming a rare feature these days.


Yes it does (3.5mm standard one) - On the right with the side inputs such as 3rd HDMI componant inputs s video etc.

Saw this today too - I already have one - Great TV and would recommend it
#23
CV models are lower grade than XV - Not sure if they are 1080P either from memory - Check the toshiba site for specs Here
#24
munsy
I got this from Bedford store they have five left, I am trying to see what the difference is between a 37XV553DB and the one on Toshiba site which is 555DB according to someone on AV Forum it is the silver strip, nothing to do with the spec. Just wish I had a PS3 to test any lag that may happen, just testing my WII via HDMI at present, this is a good test for me has I have a £1500 Phillips downstairs which claims to be full HD 1080P compatible but it is not due to lag from the WII and my 1080P laptop via HDMI.

This may prove to be a cracking TV, time will tell.



You may just get a price match with John Lewis (5 year guarantee:-D) as they stock 37XV555DB model:w00t:
http://www.johnlewis.com/230527619/Product.aspx

If anyone does get a price match PLEASE post.
banned#25
Would be good but what would you prefer 5 year warranty or 10% staff discount + nectar points?
#26
d1fferent
Would be good but what would you prefer 5 year warranty or 10% staff discount + nectar points?


5 year warranty, by a country mile. (this alone could cost as much as £200)
#27
birkenhead
You may just get a price match with John Lewis (5 year guarantee:-D) as they stock 37XV555DB model:w00t:
http://www.johnlewis.com/230527619/Product.aspx

If anyone does get a price match PLEASE post.


JL will probably get out of it by saying the 553 version is not EXACTLY the same as the 555 version.
#28
MadeDixonsCry
Hot-just got the last one (apparently) from Alperton Sainsbury's. Don't bother with Kenton Sainsbury's as they (apparently) don't sell TVs.



JL will probably get out of it by saying the 553 version is not EXACTLY the same as the 555 version.


Possibly, but if you don't try, you'll never know.... also worth explaining the differences in the Email
#29
just picked ours up had the last one got 12mths warrenty but under the european legislation act any electrical goods brought have an automatic 2yr warranty with them direct from the store and trust me shops know this i had a problem with a camera a while back went in the shop they tried to get me to pay for repairs until i started chanting the above law.... shock they knew all about it and repaired it for free
#30
keli
just picked ours up had the last one got 12mths warrenty but under the european legislation act any electrical goods brought have an automatic 2yr warranty with them direct from the store and trust me shops know this i had a problem with a camera a while back went in the shop they tried to get me to pay for repairs until i started chanting the above law.... shock they knew all about it and repaired it for free


Would you mind pointing me to some site that I can print out for future reference regarding this please.

Also, with all the excitement of a) finding a decently priced decent 1080p and b) it being the LAST ONE, I forgot to check they Ben & Jerry's section!! DAMN.
#31
MadeDixonsCry
Would you mind pointing me to some site that I can print out for future reference regarding this please.

Also, with all the excitement of a) finding a decently priced decent 1080p and b) it being the LAST ONE, I forgot to check they Ben & Jerry's section!! DAMN.


someone told me about it i googled european legislation act and it comes up with a big manual thingy that covers everything but go to the electrical items section and there it is but its so funny when you the shop assistant hears you say i quote section... part... of the european legislation act they go almost white LOL my mates all chant it now and they got things sorted when in the first intance they were getting fobbed off :)
#32
keli
i quote section... part... of the european legislation act


That's the stuff!
#33
Does this model do 1080p 24fps?
I wanna hook up my tosh 1080p HD player to it
#34
have just reserved one and there is one left in hayes
#35
Brabus_Duddy
Does this model do 1080p 24fps?
I wanna hook up my tosh 1080p HD player to it


Someone mentioned in one of the reviews they submitted (think it was on amazon) that they do 1080p 24fps
#36
on the tosh website says that xv range are 24fps compatable - if that helps , but cant find this model on their website
#37
munsy
I got this from Bedford store they have five left, I am trying to see what the difference is between a 37XV553DB and the one on Toshiba site which is 555DB according to someone on AV Forum it is the silver strip, nothing to do with the spec. Just wish I had a PS3 to test any lag that may happen, just testing my WII via HDMI at present, this is a good test for me has I have a £1500 Phillips downstairs which claims to be full HD 1080P compatible but it is not due to lag from the WII and my 1080P laptop via HDMI.

This may prove to be a cracking TV, time will tell.


which bedford store ? im about an hour from bedford so could do the journey, and how much did you pay?
#38
Yeh i want to know for certain before I buy it otherwise the money wil go towards trading in my brabus forfour (totally nothing to do with this deal but hey) lol
#39
I have managed to reserve on at Stevenage tonight. They said they had quite a few left. Price marked at £449, but he scanned and said for definate that they are £399.99
#40
Looks like a good deal, just at a time we're looking for a new TV.

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