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Toshiba 32AV504DB 32" LCD HD Ready TV Black Freeview £379.98 free del.

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REGZA AV series models feature our high performance picture processing technology Active Vision LCD. This technology is constantly evolving to take advantage of technical advancements designed to enh… Read More
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9y, 4w agoFound 9 years, 4 weeks ago
REGZA AV series models feature our high performance picture processing technology Active Vision LCD. This technology is constantly evolving to take advantage of technical advancements designed to enhance the colour, detail, movement and contrast of the images you watch.

Take a good look at the AV series and the REGZA family likeness is unmistakable, with the narrow frame surround given a contemporary gloss black finish. The stylish looks hide a wealth of audio technology designed to deliver a powerful audio performance from the integrated slimline speaker system

this is by far the cheapest around..they have sold 60 in a few days and have just over 120 left in stock
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#1
i bought this tv a few days ago and is very impressive...the sd picture is excellent and the ps3 looks superb.
its a great looking lcd tv,just have your duster to hand though
#2
looks a good price:)
#3
I'm really tempted but I'll probably be using if for a standard sigenal. Ideally I think I would like a 40" (I have an old 28" Toshiba widescreen just now) but can anyone tell me if this is worth it?
1 Like #4
foolsgold99
I'm really tempted but I'll probably be using if for a standard sigenal. Ideally I think I would like a 40" (I have an old 28" Toshiba widescreen just now) but can anyone tell me if this is worth it?


i bought this as a 2nd tv for the kids in the living room...i have a 42" samsung plasma in the living room too,if i was you i would go for the bigger screen(bigger the better):thumbsup:

but if a 32" is enough then this toshiba is excellent.the standard picture is great :thumbsup:
#5
This looks like one of the best deals on here TV wise for ages.
#6
hermonhoop
i bought this as a 2nd tv for the kids in the living room...i have a 42" samsung plasma in the living room too,if i was you i would go for the bigger screen(bigger the better):thumbsup:

but if a 32" is enough then this toshiba is excellent.the standard picture is great :thumbsup:


How can you concentrate watching your 42" telly while the kids are watching the other telly in the same room?? Noise overload!! :w00t:
1 Like #7
I bought the Toshiba 32C3031D from play.com the other day and the SD signal is superb, as is the HD signal. I would highly recommend them!
Also the one I bought isnt in piano black, so it doesnt distract you when you watch the TV. Apparently the C series is better than the AV series from what I've read.
Just my 2p! :)
#8
nutterburger
How can you concentrate watching your 42" telly while the kids are watching the other telly in the same room?? Noise overload!! :w00t:


by getting all 6 kids in bed by 7pm,then the living room is all mine..:thumbsup:
#9
Traveller
I bought the Toshiba 32C3031D from play.com the other day and the SD signal is superb, as is the HD signal. I would highly recommend them!
Also the one I bought isnt in piano black, so it doesnt distract you when you watch the TV. Apparently the C series is better than the AV series from what I've read.
Just my 2p! :)


How much did you pay for your from Play and what's the difference between this and yours?

btw.... rep added for you both for your help. Thanks very much.
#10
REGZA link for all the Toshiba HD-EP 30 owners:thumbsup:

Heated up
#11
Traveller
I bought the Toshiba 32C3031D from play.com the other day and the SD signal is superb, as is the HD signal. I would highly recommend them!
Also the one I bought isnt in piano black, so it doesnt distract you when you watch the TV. Apparently the C series is better than the AV series from what I've read.
Just my 2p! :)


Where did you read that the C series was better? Its 4000:1 dynamic contrast ration against 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and the model is over a year old wheras the AV is a relatively new model . I was considering one myself but decided against it due to the low contrast ratio. Pound for pound the AV is better VFM. Although the C is a verhy highly rated model by anyone who's tested one.
#12
I wish I had the money right now to buy this :( Anyone wanna give me a loan of a few hundred quid? :-D
#13
hermonhoop
by getting all 6 kids in bed by 7pm,then the living room is all mine..:thumbsup:


You're a trooper...
#14
is this 1080p?
#15
WOW, looks good, went looking for a TV today....I'm so tempted...anyone able to tip me over the edge? How does this TV compare with the 37" offered a few days agp...
#16
was looking at this on dixons.co.uk last week at 399.99, and theyve put it up to 429.99 now, so this is indeed a very good deal, and its a really good spec for the money!
#17
Thanks for the post, great deal, i was looking at this bad boy on play.com (£429.99), so £50 saved potentially, thanks! Heat and Rep! Just in time for GTA IV!
#18
yeah, does anyone know what sort of HD it is? - Is it FULL HD and support 1080p?

Doesn't really say.
#19
It's 720 but 1080 would be a waste on a screen this size. 720 is all you need here.
#20
muddybloke
yeah, does anyone know what sort of HD it is? - Is it FULL HD and support 1080p?

Doesn't really say.


Its not 1080p unfortunately.
#21
This model is not on Toshiba's website, anyone know the difference between the 32AV504DB and the 32AV505D model that is on Toshiba's website and Dixons sell?
#23
can this be used as a Laptop monitor? HDMI
#24
dazco, I don't think that samsung has a freeview tuner so its not as good.
Adrian
#25
IF you want to ask anybody or read about a model of TV go to http://www.avforums.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=155
#26
I've been looking for a 32inch tv and was just wondering out of this and the Samsung le32r87/le32r88 which is better in terms of quality, as I don't mind spending a bit more, just want a nice tv for around £400ish.

So any comparisons to the r87 would be great.

Looks like a great deal though, voted hot
#27
ReloadIV
Its not 1080p unfortunately.


So it can do 1080i? Sorry if I'm being dumb!
#28
smasha7
I wish I had the money right now to buy this :( Anyone wanna give me a loan of a few hundred quid? :-D


Get a capital one credit card:w00t:
#29
fozzy010
I've been looking for a 32inch tv and was just wondering out of this and the Samsung le32r87/le32r88 which is better in terms of quality, as I don't mind spending a bit more, just want a nice tv for around £400ish.

So any comparisons to the r87 would be great.

Looks like a great deal though, voted hot


Got a Sony KDL32S3000 and it is excellent. All you would expect from Sony. Well built. Amazing picture. Excellent sound. 3 hdmi sockets. Paid £416 from Dixons using their price matching with [url]www.electrosaver.co.uk[/url]. It is also available for £403 from [url]www.teleworldplc.com[/url] but I prefered to stick with the Dixons deal. Highly recommend this set:-D
#30
Ordered this today. Had my eye on these new range Toshiba's for a little while.

Thanks for the heads up! :thumbsup:


20LEGEND
So it can do 1080i? Sorry if I'm being dumb!


Yep, it can do up to 1080i.
#31
One of the reviews on Ebuyer says they printed the spec of a better TV.
It says there is fixed level audio out as well as optical out. But the connector image doesn't show them. Do they exist??
There's no sign of a VGA socket either, but it says PC input - odd.
#32
The Sona glass tv stand is also on special offer from Ebuyer for £30inc (reduced from £80)
#33
foolsgold99
How much did you pay for your from Play and what's the difference between this and yours?

btw.... rep added for you both for your help. Thanks very much.


centaurandrew
Where did you read that the C series was better? Its 4000:1 dynamic contrast ration against 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and the model is over a year old wheras the AV is a relatively new model . I was considering one myself but decided against it due to the low contrast ratio. Pound for pound the AV is better VFM. Although the C is a verhy highly rated model by anyone who's tested one.


BBHewee
You're a trooper...


I paid £379.99 from play minus some quidco which I think is around £16.

Review is here for C series http://www.dvdtimes.co.uk/content.php?contentid=64887

I think it is irrelavant whether the set is a year old or not, if it is a good TV, it is a good TV.

However, the digital tuner on my 32C3031D has just gone after 3 weeks so am having to get a replacement set. Not sure whether to go for the same set, or something else. The TV is fantastic though, just a shame the freeview tuner has died.
#34
Specs from the Toshiba site:-

Picture

* Visible screen size (cm): 81
* Screen format: 16:9
* Panel resolution: 1366x768
* High Definition ready
* Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 20000:1
* Active Vision LCD
* Standard TV up-scaling
* Brightness (cd/m²): 400
* MPEG Noise Reduction
* Selectable Picture Format
* 3D Digital Comb Filter
* Digital Noise Reduction

Interactive Features

* Digital Text
* Electronic Programme Guide: 8 Days
* Now and Next Information
* Favourite channel Memory
* Fastext
* Text page memory

Audio

* NICAM stereo
* Sound output (RMS) W: 20
* Internal Speaker ON/OFF
* Stable Sound
* Bass boost

Tuning

* Digital Ready
* Freeview Digital Tuner
* Analogue Tuner
* Auto Set-up

Connections

* HDMI: 2
* Component video
* RGB (via SCART): 1
* SCART: 2
* Analogue Audio Input
* Headphone
* DVB Common Interface

Other Features

* Off timer
* Panel lock
* Integrated Signal Amplifier
* Wall Mountable (VESA)

Dimensions

* Width (mm): 796
* Height without ped. Stand (mm): 512
* Height with ped. Stand (mm): 552
* Depth without ped. Stand (mm): 99
* Depth with ped. Stand (mm): 224
* Weight (Kg) without stand: 12.15
* Weight (Kg) with stand: 12.9
* Power Consumption(Typical): 137
* Power Consumption (Stand-by): 0.9

Accessories

* Optional floor stand: MV4FXZ

http://www.home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/consumer/products.nsf/pages/lcdplasma-regzaav-32av505d?opendocument
#35



That is a later model from the one on sale at ebuyer - I could find no sign of the 32AV504D
#36
TV arrived today. Bit disappointed to be honest.

- no VGA input (Ebuyer have got that wrong)
- no swivel pedestal stand (Ebuyer have also got that wrong)
- TV stand is grey which jars with the colour of the TV
- picture quality for SD sources is poor
- DVDs look blocky and exhibiting colour banding (particularly "Blue Planet")
- noticeable motion blur
#37
Picard123
TV arrived today. Bit disappointed to be honest.

- no VGA input (Ebuyer have got that wrong)
- no swivel pedestal stand (Ebuyer have also got that wrong)
- TV stand is grey which jars with the colour of the TV
- picture quality for SD sources is poor
- DVDs look blocky and exhibiting colour banding (particularly "Blue Planet")
- noticeable motion blur


Dammit, I bought one lol. I will keep you updated :P

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