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Toshiba 32KV500 - 32" LCD TV HD Ready Freeview - Only £199.95 @ Richer Sounds

£199.95 @ Richer Sounds
Basic Spec budget HD TV. 1366 x 768 resolution. 1 per customer/household. Bargain LCD 32 inch TV's don't get any better than the Toshiba 32KV500! With HD TV sources now widely available… Read More
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Basic Spec budget HD TV. 1366 x 768 resolution.

1 per customer/household.

Bargain LCD 32 inch TV's don't get any better than the Toshiba 32KV500!

With HD TV sources now widely available, there's never been a better time to switch to an HD TV. The Toshiba 32KV500 comes with a good quality 32 inch 720p screen. Fed with a HD source you'll find the Toshiba gives a level of detail and realism totally foreign to standard SD TV's. Thanks to 24p mode, this bargain Toshiba LCD TV will also show films at the exact frame rate the director intended, giving smooth motion and jolt-free viewing. With a contrast ratio of 30,000:1, the 32KV500 distinguishes well between dark blacks and bright contrasts. Taken as a whole, we don't think you'll find a better picture on a 32" TV around this price!

Although we'd always recommend using a TV with your hi-fi or home cinema system (for which the Toshiba has an output), the 32KV500 has stereo speakers and a built-in sound system that provides a sound powerful enough for most rooms.

Although only a budget TV, this bargain Toshiba comes with all the basic connections you'd expect. Twin HDMI sockets let you hook up two sources such as a TV HD set top box and Blu-ray player or games console. Another modern connection is the USB socket. This lets you view photos, listen to music or watch films from a USB equipped media player. For older sources, such as your VCR, there's also a SCART socket. If you fancy using this big TV as a computer monitor, then the PC input is ideal for making the Toshiba a dual use TV/monitor.

It might not be the slimmest of TV's but the Toshiba is finished in a smart and unobtrusive gloss black. It's also energy efficient meaning that it will probably be cheaper than your existing TV to run in the longer run.

For a top quality TV with a good range of features, leave the supermarkets for the groceries and see your friends at Richer Sounds for the TV deal of the year!
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#1
I've reserved one of these. Can anyone advise what they are like (taking into account the price tag?)

Thanks
#2
this is a very good price. I'm thinking its worth the extra £70 to get a Samsung 1080p though
banned 1 Like #3
Good price and same at bestbuy if you want to have it delivered free and no RS near to you, also tracks 8% quidco...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-32kv500-32-lcd-hd-tv-brand-new-199-95-delivered-best-buy/922041
#4
konimitsu
Good price and same at bestbuy if you want to have it delivered free and no RS near to you, also tracks 8% quidco...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-32kv500-32-lcd-hd-tv-brand-new-199-95-delivered-best-buy/922041


Thanks for this. This has to be worth a punt for the 8% quidco and the delivery would be useful as well.

Anyone know how quick they are with their postage?
#5
Doubt you'd see any difference 720/1080 on a small tv and that's only possible on bluray playback.
#6
With the 5 year guarantee it's £219.94 - finally this tv is looking attractive :)
#7
Go to amazon and search for 32bv500, I've put a review on there that describes it.
But some things I'll mention which are bad that I need to update that post to..

I get sound feedback when turning off.. even through headphones, which hurts.
Headphone volume has to be controlled through the menu, not the master volume.
My remote sometimes (very rare) presses 3 or 4 randomly.. not good when the TV is off at night.

Other than that this TV is great, and far surpasses the expectation for a cheap piece of equipment, the quality is good and I don't regret getting it.
#8
spakkker
Doubt you'd see any difference 720/1080 on a small tv and that's only possible on bluray playback.


Wrong wrong and wrong.

Why post 'advice' when clearly you don't know what you are talking about?

Firstly, the difference between 720/1080 is the same at 22" as it is at 100" if both are viewed at the correct distance. The difference doesn't get more noticable as the screens get bigger, thats just nonsense. It's about time this myth/misconception was laid to rest. Resolution alone has nothing to do with screen size. It's screen size in relation to viewing distance.

Secondly 1080 can be acheived on more than Blu-ray. PC games can be 1080p, PC software/text can be better viewed at 1080p. Some Xbox 360 and PS3 games are 1080p. Virgin Media HD and Sky HD are both 1080i, which will take advantage of a 1920 x 1080 screen. Some camcorders are 1080p, also some phones can record in 1080p.

As stated, if you don't know what you are talking about, why even try to give 'advice'?
#9
Doubt you'd see any difference 720/1080 on a small tv and and that's only possible on bluray playback.
You could argue/urinate into the wind all day if you were sad and had nothing better to do.
#10
spakkker
Doubt you'd see any difference 720/1080 on a small tv and and that's only possible on bluray playback.
You could argue/urinate into the wind all day if you were sad and had nothing better to do.

It's not about arguing at all. It's about that you are wrong, it's pretty simple. There is no doubt or anything about it, you clearly know nothing about resolution.

I will repeat till you understand.

Firstly, the difference between 720/1080 is the same at 22" as it is at 100" if both are viewed at the correct distance. The difference doesn't get more noticable as the screens get bigger, thats just nonsense. It's about time this myth/misconception was laid to rest. Resolution alone has nothing to do with screen size. It's screen size in relation to viewing distance.

Secondly 1080 can be acheived on more than Blu-ray. PC games can be 1080p, PC software/text can be better viewed at 1080p. Some Xbox 360 and PS3 games are 1080p. Virgin Media HD and Sky HD are both 1080i, which will take advantage of a 1920 x 1080 screen. Some camcorders are 1080p, also some phones can record in 1080p.

Why even give 'advice' on something you clearly have no knowledge of?
#11
Price reduced to £189.95.
#12
has anyone actually got this TV? I walked past richer sounds and it was in the window displaying the title screen of 'The queen'... dunno, just looked a bit blurry...is that because it was a 'normal' tv rather than blu ray?

I just got myself an Xbox 360 so need a TV to match... on amazon it lists response time as 8ms, would that be alright for gaming?

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