Toshiba 32AV615DB 32" HD Ready LCD TV Freeview 500cd/m2 18000:1 8ms 16:9 3x HDMI - Black £284.99 with code at Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Toshiba 32AV615DB 32" HD Ready LCD TV Freeview 500cd/m2 18000:1 8ms 16:9 3x HDMI - Black £284.99 with code at Ebuyer

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The 32" REGZA AV61 series features Active Vision, our high performance picture processing technology. This technology is constantly evolving to take advantage of technical advancements designed to enh…
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The 32" REGZA AV61 series features Active Vision, our high performance picture processing technology. 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. The 32" AV61 series boasts a contemporary black gloss finish, with narrow bezels and new slim speakers. The stylish design hides a wealth of technology, including 3x HDMI slots, a PC Input connection and powerful audio performance from the integrated speakers.

Attributes

3D Digital Comb Filter : Yes
Active Vision LCD: Yes
Auto Backlight Control: Yes
Auto Description: Yes
Brightness (cd/m2): 500
Digital Noise Reduction: Yes
Dymanic Contrast Ratio: 18000:1
Full Power Down Option: Yes
HD Ready: Yes
MPEG Noise Reduction: Yes
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Response Time (G to G): 8 ms
Screen Format: 16:9
Screen Size: 32"
Selectable Picture Format: Yes
Viewing Angle: 178
Visible Screen Size: 81 CM
Connections

Analogue Audio Input: Yes
Component Video: Yes
Composite Video: Yes
DVB Common Interface: Yes
HDMI: 3
Headphone: Yes
PC input: Yes
RGB (via Scart): 1
S-video: Yes
SCART: 2
Audio

Bass Boost: Yes
NICAM Stereo: Yes
Sound Output (RMS)W: 20
Stable Sound: Yes
Other Features

Integrated Signal Amplifier: Yes
Off Timer: Yes
Panel Lock: Yes
Wall Mountable: Yes
Tuning

Analogue Tuner: Yes
Auto Set-up: Yes
Digital Ready: Yes
Dimensions

Depth: 91 mm
Height: 525 mm
Weight: 12.3 Kg
Width: 786 mm
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#1
Resolution: 1366 x 768 rubbish.
#2
rash
Resolution: 1366 x 768 rubbish.


It's not rubbish, it's just not top end... for a 32" set, at this price, it's absolutely adequate...

And at this price for a decent branded set, a bargain.
#3
bilbob
It's not rubbish, it's just not top end... for a 32" set, at this price, it's absolutely adequate...

And at this price for a decent branded set, a bargain.


+1 Totally agree.
#4
rash
Resolution: 1366 x 768 rubbish.


Your post is " rubbish ", this is a 32" TV, that resolution is just fine for a 32" screen size.
#5
LOL ebuyer picking on the customers again ay? leave him alone. Better than the vistron's suppose lol
#6
Inactive
Your post is " rubbish ", this is a 32" TV, that resolution is just fine for a 32" screen size.


agreed , i have a 32 with that resolution and my dad has a 32 with 1080p and there is zero difference unless you sit really really close.
#7
I wonder if anyone can help me with a question. I have one of these TV's which i bought 3 years ago and its great. It came with a stand and the stand slotted into the back of the TV. I've been thinking about upgrading to a more modern Toshiba, does anyone know if they all fit the same stand or will i need a new one? Cheers
#8
THRILLER-DEEJAY
agreed , i have a 32 with that resolution and my dad has a 32 with 1080p and there is zero difference unless you sit really really close.


Should've gone to specsavers :-D:thumbsup:
#9
I Bought this set after buying a Samsung which was totally S##t!

Toshiba all the way!

Great price too, Can't go wrong!
#10
Having 1080p on a 32" screen is just for those who want to willy wave. You can't tell the difference unless you are sat about 6 inches from the screen.

Great price. H&R added.
#11
My £900 Toshiba Regza went belly up after only two years of use.
Very good luck to anyone who buys.
#12
rash
Resolution: 1366 x 768 rubbish.


join the HD fanatics ladies club...:p
#13
like the look of this, can't find any info on it and avforums don't have anyones opinion. im a bit lost as to what to do..
#14
lose the DB when searching for reviews

I bought this for the back room in Jan from Richer Sounds for £279 & its a great set on SKY HD
#15
i've got this exact tv, its lovely great picture, not a massive amount of difference to my parents 42" 1080p Panasonic, only annoying thing is standby light is always on, otherwise awesome price
#16
Just can't imagine why anyone would want to buy a non-1080p panel these days.
#17
Does anyone know what display formats this TV accepts i.e, 1080p, 1080i. i Know it only 720p but can it accept them feeds and display at 720p. also is this TV HDCP?
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londislagerhound
Just can't imagine why anyone would want to buy a non-1080p panel these days.


Maybe because they cost less, and give almost identical results.:roll:
#19
londislagerhound
Just can't imagine why anyone would want to buy a non-1080p panel these days.


Because they don't have any HD content!:roll:

SD content often looks poor on full HD screens as it has to do far too much scaling especially on the channels with extra low resolution like C4+1. 544x576 upto 1920x1080 = 1.76M extra pixels. So for every true pixel it has to essentially guess 6.5 more!

As for HD TV, the bit rates are so low that what content is in 1080i resolution is barely distinguishable for 720p content anyway.

But if one of your main TV uses is blu-ray then a 1080p screen maybe for you, but you wont find one this cheap.

Also was available 3 days ago as ebay DOTD from ebuyer for £270.
#20
Damn. Looking to get a new TV and have been researching this TV! Just need the money now.

Hot.
#21
But upscaling by fancy DVD players, Freeview Boxes, PVR's etc is done to 1080i, 1080p or maybe 720p

It sure isn't done to 1366x768 or whatever, so this TV might well be rescaling your input again.
#22
I bought this TV today from Richer Sounds, they price matched this price no problem without even checking. Worth a try if you don't want to wait for delivery. Really please nice picture and sound.
#23
i just brought one from dixons.co.uk a few hours ago then come across this offer lol so i rung dixons up and cancelled my order with them and got from ebuyer instead as it worked out £10 in the end :) thanks OP
#24
If you do not want to use as your PC Monitor HD ready tv is 100% fine.
do not listen to bull***trs.
#25
gadgetmann;8086253
Having 1080p on a 32" screen is just for those who want to willy wave. You can't tell the difference unless you are sat about 6 inches from the screen.
Great price. H&R added.

You can't tell the difference? I can tell the difference between 720p and 1080p on my 24" monitor which I sit quite far back from.
Or maybe the content you are viewing is not full 1080p.
#26
dirge
like the look of this, can't find any info on it and avforums don't have anyones opinion. im a bit lost as to what to do..


http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Toshiba-32AV615DB/
#27
rash
You can't tell the difference? I can tell the difference between 720p and 1080p on my 24" monitor which I sit quite far back from.
Or maybe the content you are viewing is not full 1080p.


We are discussing TV's, not monitors.
#28
Would this TV be a good one for playing xbox on or do I need a full 1080p?
#29
rash
Resolution: 1366 x 768 rubbish.


That's certainly a rash statement :whistling:

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