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Toshiba 32BV500B 32 Inch HD Ready Digital LCD TV. £249.99 @ Argos

£249.99 @ Argos
Toshiba 32BV500B 32 Inch HD Ready Digital LCD TV. LCD TV: •HD Ready. •Built in Freeview digital tuner. •2 HDMI connections. Television picture quality: •HD Ready. •Freeview digi… Read More
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Toshiba 32BV500B 32 Inch HD Ready Digital LCD TV.

LCD TV:

•HD Ready.
•Built in Freeview digital tuner.
•2 HDMI connections.
Television picture quality:

•HD Ready.
•Freeview digital tuner.
•32in (81cm) widescreen TV with 81cm visible screen size.
•Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
•50Hz.
•Brightness 450cd/m2.
•Contrast ratio 4000:1 (native).
•Response time 8ms.
•Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
•Progressive scan.
Connectivity:

•2 HDMI sockets.
•1 SCART socket.
•PC input socket.
•Component video socket.
•Composite.
•Headphone socket.
•AV socket (side and rear).
•1 USB port.
Sound quality:

•NICAM sound system.
•2 x 6 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:

•Digitally interactive.
•Digital text.
•Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
•Auto setup.
•Auto scan for new channels.
•Now and next programme guide.
•7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
•Top up TV compatible.
•CI slot.
Additional features:

•Sleep timer.
•Child lock.
•Picture and text.
•Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
•Size of TV H51.4, W78.7, D9.4cm.
•Weight of TV 11.6kg (unpackaged).
•Complete with pedestal stand.
•Size of TV with stand H56, W78.7, D18.7cm.
•Weight of TV with stand 12.3kg.
•Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 200 x 200mm bracket (bracket not included).
Energy efficiency information:

•On mode power consumption 150 watts.
•Standby power consumption 1 watt.
Please note that the digital and Freeview features of this TV are not available in the Republic of Ireland
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#1
Does not look like its been price dropped....is this the RRP?
#2
sabz786
Does not look like its been price dropped....is this the RRP?

"Sold at £299.99 between 08/09/2010 and 29/09/2010"

At bottom of page :)
#3
Good price, only 720p though.
#4
synergy
Good price, only 720p though.


There's always one X)
#5
I don't understand I paid, £278 for a full HD Toshiba two days ago off the Argos ebay site and that deal didn't get above 30 degrees. Link to that deal here.

Edited By: chris_karu on Nov 05, 2010 09:17: posting a link
#6
Picked one of these up for my bedroom yesterday, only 720 but i only have a coax sky feed to it so im not worried.its a decent tv and works well. The stand comes attached already but can be removed for wall mounting. The only down side is the connections are mainly on the rear which makes it hard to get to once on a wall. Other than that im happy :D
#7
not a good tv , skin tones on it are a funny colour everyone looks washed out, the sound is a bit tinny cant seem to get any bass on it and the downside there is no output to even put it through a amp . I bought this tv and was very miffed with it, Also I saw a JVC tv which was exactly the same even the inputs are in the same place on the back, tried the tv menus and there the same too. looks like this is a very cheap tv . have not really found a good thing to write about it.
#8
£250.00 for what I would call a 'Branded TV'' that is 32inch is good. Last xmas I biught a 26inch BUSH TV from Argos for the kids and it cost me the same. Even if it is ONLY 720p this is a good deal for those who can not afford a 1080p tv, LED etc. Richer Sounds have some fantastic offers for TV's if you can actually get one?!? Good price and heat added!!
#9
Did'nt notice that is also has USB support to boot, even better!
#10
Bought on of these for £209 as "refurbished" a few weeks ago to go in my bedroom.
Picture looks fine to me, once I had switched off the Dynamic contrast feature. Detail in the blacks isn't as well resolved as My Panny G10 plasma, but then, it is a lot cheaper.
Sound is OK for watching TV, but won't give you much of a cinematic experience. Don't know if lhinders is right about not being able to connect to an amp as I haven't tried it.

Overall, I'm pleased with it. It's not the best TV in the world, but it is perfectly adequate both sound and picture-wise.
#11
Why is this getting hot?

Yes it is cheap but you really need to look at the quality of the picture!

If you like a picture that looks pixely like a computer game than snap this up now!!
#12
ryshaz
Did'nt notice that is also has USB support to boot, even better!

What can you play through the USB though?
#13
Mallinersha
ryshaz
Did'nt notice that is also has USB support to boot, even better!


What can you play through the USB though?


Yeah can someone confirm if you can play movies via usb ? tried to google, but getting conflicting answers
#14
usb is jpeg viewer
#15
Mallinersha
ryshaz
Did'nt notice that is also has USB support to boot, even better!


What can you play through the USB though?


I have a portable hard drive which contains films that I then plug into the TV usint the USB connection and a menu will pop up and VOILA! You then have your own multi-media centre, get a nice little 2.1 or 5.1 surround sound and it will be great...just on another note I notice a lot of people moaning about the quality of the picture but lets be honest what can you expect for £250? Its a budget 32inch LCD television and it has a decent spec too. If you want a 1080p then pay the extra and stop moaning about this guys post!!
#16
Hi There,
Can someone tell me if you can record onto the USB. Another thing, if you get the right cables, can you use this tv as a monitor.
#17
morganggregg
Hi There,
Can someone tell me if you can record onto the USB. Another thing, if you get the right cables, can you use this tv as a monitor.


You can put the recording onto a USB memory stick and then playback through the TV. Yes this can be used as a monitor as it has a PC input and all you would need is a VGA cable to make this happen...easy.
#18
lhinders4
not a good tv , skin tones on it are a funny colour everyone looks washed out, the sound is a bit tinny cant seem to get any bass on it and the downside there is no output to even put it through a amp . I bought this tv and was very miffed with it, Also I saw a JVC tv which was exactly the same even the inputs are in the same place on the back, tried the tv menus and there the same too. looks like this is a very cheap tv . have not really found a good thing to write about it.


Its cheap cos its cheap lol. As far as tv's around this price and size (of which there aren't many) its a pretty decent tv for kids room/bedroom.
#19
hi,
any one know what format films have to be in to play back on the usb?
thank's
#20
ryshaz
Mallinersha
ryshaz
Did'nt notice that is also has USB support to boot, even better!
What can you play through the USB though?
I have a portable hard drive which contains films that I then plug into the TV usint the USB connection and a menu will pop up and VOILA! You then have your own multi-media centre, get a nice little 2.1 or 5.1 surround sound and it will be great...just on another note I notice a lot of people moaning about the quality of the picture but lets be honest what can you expect for £250? Its a budget 32inch LCD television and it has a decent spec too. If you want a 1080p then pay the extra and stop moaning about this guys post!!
What file format worked for you?

I tried .avi, .mp4, .mkv and .wmv and none of them worked. Then looked it up in the manual and it says it only supports .jpg and .mp3 files.

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