Toshiba 32RV753B 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV with Freeview HD @ Amazon - £283.49 - HotUKDeals
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* Freeview HD- Built in Freeview HD is the easiest way to enjoy terrestial HD broadcast for free
* Resolution + - Provides sharper, clearer images with improved edge detail and better textural content of the final image
* DLNA- Connect your TV via a USB dongle to your compatible Windows 7 laptop. Stream content including videos and music
* Eco Panel- Consume upto 45% less power than a conventional LCD TV wihtout compromising on picture quality
* Dolby Volume- provides a full and consistent sound experiance at all volume levels, even low volume.
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#1
Good price.

Edited By: wombat6025 on Feb 09, 2011 18:48
#2
Link fixed, retailer fixed and pic added :)
#3
#4
And for those that like 37" they've got that model for £340!
#5
This gets good reviews for picture quality - especially how it handles SD content.

You can only view / play jpeg and mp3 from USB devices and to get DLNA functionality you must buy the Toshiba USB dongle and it is limited in functionality; however most people will have some sort of media streamer or even an internet enabled Blu-ray player so it's not important for the TV to support these features.
#6
wombat6025
This gets good reviews for picture quality - especially how it handles SD content.

You can only view / play jpeg and mp3 from USB devices and to get DLNA functionality you must buy the Toshiba USB dongle and it is limited in functionality; however most people will have some sort of media streamer or even an internet enabled Blu-ray player so it's not important for the TV to support these features.


That is incorrect, you can also use an ethernet connection for DLNA and I'm not sure what you mean by limited functionality as it plays films, music, has photo viewing, folders, sorting etc in fact it's very similar to the DLNA experience xbox provide.
#7
how does this compare to the LG 32LD690 deal that argos have?
#8
I'd say this is a superb deal - at last a low price TV with Freeview HD built in! Also, look out for the free year's Lovefilm offer and £50 off a HD recorder associated with this...both worth taking in my opinion.
#9
This is a good deal! Apologies for going slightly off topic on this one but does anyone know of a decent 26" television with Freeview HD built in. I spent a lot of time on google trying to find one but can't find anything other than a Bush model at Argos and I was hoping for a bit more choice than that..... oO
#10
Any link for the £50 off the hd recorder deal?
#11
garraban
Any link for the £50 off the hd recorder deal?


Not voucher based, have to buy selected TV and get selected recorder, then discount must get applied in basket.

All info on the site.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html/ref=amb_link_159100667_3?ie=UTF8&docId=1000486233&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=special-product-offers-3&pf_rd_r=15FFVGP3YZ557SKSV4T5&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_p=229892307&pf_rd_i=B003ZUX1U8
#12
This is a fantastic TV, had it bookmarked for ages waiting for it to get cheaper. So tempting!
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Had 2 Toshiba products dying on me in the last couple of years. An LCD TV (well not really dead) with a massive dark streak extending down the middle of the screen. and a Toshiba external hard drive where the enclosure's electronics stopped working. Will not buy anything Toshiba for some time.
#14
Now showing as £313.72
#15
my tosh tv died 2 weeks out of warranty, wont touch em again. decent tv otherwise. advise 5yr warranty for toshibas.

Edited By: spaceinvader on Feb 09, 2011 23:56
#16
Aiadi
Had 2 Toshiba products dying on me in the last couple of years. An LCD TV (well not really dead) with a massive dark streak extending down the middle of the screen. and a Toshiba external hard drive where the enclosure's electronics stopped working. Will not buy anything Toshiba for some time.

with the TV its the micro connectors that connect the pcb to the lcd screen, gravity and heat stretch the connections to breaking point then you get bands down the screen. Planned obsolescence imo.
#17
ive had my toshiba laptop for about 5 years going strong touchwood and my toshiba 32" lcd for about 3 years still working no problems touchwood. Toshiba is top brand dont be put off so easily.
#18
softpurple
wombat6025
This gets good reviews for picture quality - especially how it handles SD content.

You can only view / play jpeg and mp3 from USB devices and to get DLNA functionality you must buy the Toshiba USB dongle and it is limited in functionality; however most people will have some sort of media streamer or even an internet enabled Blu-ray player so it's not important for the TV to support these features.


That is incorrect, you can also use an ethernet connection for DLNA and I'm not sure what you mean by limited functionality as it plays films, music, has photo viewing, folders, sorting etc in fact it's very similar to the DLNA experience xbox provide.


Thanks for the correction Softpurple - You can't play video from USB as I said, but I was wrong about the DLNA connectivity and I guess you have had experience of playing different video types using DLNA on this TV. I had been reading a review; but probably they had an early release model.

Here's a link to the manual but that may add further confusion as it seems to say this model doesn't have a DivX vod ;)http://www.home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/upload/BrochuresAndManuals/Manuals/RV753-323740-English-Specific.pdf


Edited By: wombat6025 on Feb 10, 2011 02:08: add manual link
#19
My Toshiba TV almost certainly died before the warranty ran out, but I used it so infrequently that I didn't notice until a few weeks after the warranty end. Probably had only 20 hours use in its lifetime but neither the retailer (Dixons) nor Toshiba would help. So poor build quality and terrible service!
#20
I have this TV, and the picture quality is superb. I have tried a non-Toshiba Wi-Fi dongle for DLNA and it didn't work - if anyone knows of an alternative to buying the Toshiba dongle for wireless DLNA I'd be interested in hearing it.
#21
My brother got the 37" of this model at Xmas and the picture quality was superb - you couldn't even tell the differnce with the Freeview HD channels as the SD were so good.

I sent a 32" Samsung LED TV back because the picture was so inferior to the Tosh

2 USB slots though but useless as they don't play video......why did they bother unless someone has a trick to getting them working?
#22
Its gone up in price not as tempting :(
#23
pandpand
I have this TV, and the picture quality is superb. I have tried a non-Toshiba Wi-Fi dongle for DLNA and it didn't work - if anyone knows of an alternative to buying the Toshiba dongle for wireless DLNA I'd be interested in hearing it.

Have you considered a homeplug rather than a dongle? It's not wireless of course, but you will be connecting via ethernet cable to the same place your tv is plugged in (i.e. wall socket)... so no unsightly trailing cables. The prices are reasonable too.

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