Toshiba 32AV554DB LCD TV + FREE 5 year Guarantee For Only £299.99 @ EmpireDirect(Excluding Delivery from £19.99) - HotUKDeals
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REGZA Active Vision LCD
Visible Screen Size 81 cm
Screen Format 16:9
Panel Resolution 1366x768
High Definition Ready
18000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
Active Vision LCD
Standard TV up-scaling
Brightness 450 cd/m2
MPEG
Noise Reduction
Selectable Picture Format
3D Digital Comb Filter
Digital Noise Reduction
Game Mode
Connections:HDMI, 2 Composite, Component Video, 2 scarts (1RGB), Analogue Audio Input, Headphone, DVB
Common Interface
Audio :NICAM Stereo
Sound Output (RMS) 20 W
Internal Speakers ON/OFF

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#1
I bought the Samsung 32" 457 recently from Richer Sounds, then returned it as the sound was appauling. I now own a Toshiba 32CV505 which I purchased from Empire Direct with the 5 Year guarantee, and not only is the sound far superior so is the picture ! :thumbsup:
#2
heat added

very good price for a 32inch lcd from reputable brand
#3
Should be listed as £319
#4
I also bought the Tosh. Great sound and picture, I was impressed. Out of curiosity, does anyone know how the Empire 5 year guarantee works?
#5
pet2000
Should be listed as £319


why?

I can happily go to my local store and pick it up for this price...
#6
droitwichgal
why?

I can happily go to my local store and pick it up for this price...


Because they are a mail order company, which has one store in Leeds. This should either be stated or the delivery cost added. You did neither. But don't worry, that's only my opinion.
[mod]#7
pet2000
Because they are a mail order company, which has one store in Leeds. This should either be stated or the delivery cost added. You did neither. But don't worry, that's only my opinion.


Should say £319:thumbsup:
#8
Not a great TV (motion blur is particularly noticeable) but a decent price. Changing channels is also v.slow. Personally, I'd spend a bit more money and go for something better.
#9
pet2000
Because they are a mail order company, which has one store in Leeds. This should either be stated or the delivery cost added. You did neither. But don't worry, that's only my opinion.


your mistaking [COLOR="Red"]EMPIREDIRECT[/COLOR] with [COLOR="Red"]EMPIRESTORES[/COLOR] ...empire direct has 16 stores mostly in the northwest and aint just a mail order company...

voted cold cus it aint a FULL HD 1080p one
#10
pet2000;3856374
Because they are a mail order company, which has one store in Leeds. This should either be stated or the delivery cost added. You did neither. But don't worry, that's only my opinion.

We currently have 16 Electrical Warehouses for you to choose to collect from and we’re always on the lookout for new opportunities to further expand our high street presence. Currently we have stores in:
[LIST]
[*]Bolton (Trinity Retail Park)
[*]Bolton (Blackburn Road)
[*]Bradford (Ingleby Road)
[*]Bradford (Canal Road)
[*]Chingford
[*]Derby
[*]Doncaster
[*]Dudley
[*]Huddersfield
[*]Leeds
[*]Loughborough
[*]Manchester
[*]Nuneaton
[*]Perivale
[*]Romford
[*]Wetherby[/LIST]
#11
potnoodle
voted cold cus it aint a FULL HD 1080p one


Very few 32" are, so a poor reason to vote cold...

Great deal - decent brand below £300
#12
potnoodle
your mistaking [COLOR="Red"]EMPIREDIRECT[/COLOR] with [COLOR="Red"]EMPIRESTORES[/COLOR] ...empire direct has 16 stores mostly in the northwest and aint just a mail order company...

voted cold [COLOR="Red"]cus it aint [/COLOR]a FULL HD 1080p one


Because it is not
#13
potnoodle
voted cold cus it aint a FULL HD 1080p one


And why on earth would you want 1080P on a 32" TV, unless you're watching it from 2 feet away?! :roll:
#14
broona
And why on earth would you want 1080P on a 32" TV, unless you're watching it from 2 feet away?! :roll:


Maybe he's Superman and has fantastical eyesight :)

(or maybe he's baffled by marketing-speak...who knows...)
#15
:D
Getting Money for xmas and I live in the NW
Have a guess what im spending it on :D
Heat added...
#16
bharp3r
:D
Getting Money for xmas and I live in the NW
Have a guess what im spending it on :D
Heat added...


Train ticket?
#17
Right, this is one of the few things that baffle me.

Is it worth getting a 1080p one? What diff does it make? I have an Xbox 360 and upsclaing dvd player, would it make any practical diff to have a 1080p one?

And what's the diff between full HD and HD ready? Don't want to spend on a TV to find that's it's not compatible with HD channels coming to Freeview etc.,

Merry Xmas btw :thumbsup:
1 Like #18
FULL HD means it has the higher FULL HD resolution (1080 horizontal lines - 1920 x 1080 pixels for a widescreen TV)

HD Ready means it's lower res (720 lines, I think, or some are 768 (1366x768)) but it has the requisite HDMI connections, so it will be fully compatible with any HD equipment (HD freeview boxes, satellite, games consoles, Blu-Ray players).

Most people reckon FULL HD is not really necessary on 32" sizes and less, as you can't see the difference sitting as far as you need to with a 32", but by the same token, if you sit far enough from a 40" FULL HD TV, you won't be able to tell the difference between that and a top quality 40" non-FULL HD (not that those get made anymore nowadays anyway) !
If we're really honest, most people's living rooms aren't really big enough to use a 40" (or, to put it differently, the way most people have their living rooms set up space-wise, they sit too close to their TV for such a big size) - even a 36" would be too big for most, so I don't get this 40" + mania ! Manufacturer-driven perhaps ?
You really need to sit over 3 metres away from a 40" TV - how many of you can have your TV set up as far as that ?

In my view, 100Hz (100 Hertz scanning) is a much more desirable feature in a 32" (well, in fact in ANY size TV, of course), for a flicker-free, restful watch. Look out for that one.

From a techie site:
"The 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080) means that the TV can display every single pixel from a 1080i or 1080p source, so in theory it's a great feature to have if you've got a Blu-ray player, Xbox 360 or PS3. In theory - the reality in our opinion is that any real boost in detail is lost on a 32-inch screen, unless you happen to be sitting less than two feet from it; in all honesty 1080p doesn't really start to show the benefits over 720p until you get to 50-inch and bigger."
#19
Shoesize
FULL HD means it has the higher FULL HD resolution (1080 lines)

HD Ready means it's lower res (not sure exactly what, 750 lines ?) but it has the requisite HDMI connections, so it will be fully compatible with any HD equipment (freeview boxes, sat, games consoles, Blu-Ray).

Most people reckon FULL HD is not really necessary on 32" sizes and less, as you can't see the difference, sitting as far as you need to with a 32", but by the same token, if you sit far enough from a 40" FULL HD TV, you won't be able to tall the difference between that and a good quality 40" non -Full HD !
If we're really honest, most people's living rooms aren't really big enough to use a 40" - even a 36" would be too big for most, so I don't get this 40" plus mania !


Cool, a very clear explanation - thank you! Will go ahead with this now :)
#20
Jeezeypeeps
(or maybe he's baffled by marketing-speak...who knows...)


Quoted for truth! :thumbsup:
#21
potnoodle;3856685
voted cold cus it aint a FULL HD 1080p one

Somebody has been on the sherry far too much this Christmas.
#22
I can't seem to see the 5 year guarantee, is this now gone as part of the deal?
#23
And can anyone who got one telll us how good it is, please?
#24
good deal here anybody got direct link for the tv it's self can not find it on empire direct site
#25
wheres the tv i cant find it
#26
Appears to have been removed from their site, doing a search for Toshiba and 32 inch doesn't bring up this TV, shame.

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