Toshiba 32XV555DB- 32" Widescreen 1080p HD Ready LCD TV With Freeview - £404.93 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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1080p HD Ready Digital LCD TVs
1920x1080p screen resolution
3x HDMITM
SRS WOW
Active Vision LCD Picture Processing
Game mode
Luma Sens Light Sensor
Audio Description
24 fps compatible
REGZA Link (CEC)
Component Video Input
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 30000:1

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#1
Great find...£499 at Currys
#2
wooah great find! Was gnna order this of play.com for over 500 squid a few month ago! Will get this me thinks! Thanks!
#3
Anyone have any idea what Tosh's are like LCD wise? I used to have a Tosh CRT and I loved it, much better than the over rated Sony equivalent.
#4
now who can I get to buy me this for chrimbo?
#5
Fat Bird
Anyone have any idea what Tosh's are like LCD wise? I used to have a Tosh CRT and I loved it, much better than the over rated Sony equivalent.


Toshiba doesn't care to publish power usage of their TVs, which is probably sky high. For this reason I would never buy a Toshiba because you may be landed with a sky-high electricity bill every 3 months. Sony is not over-reted because they are the lowest on electricity usage, which will save you up to £40 per year on bills compared to Samsung and other makes. How much you save will depend on your watching habit..
#6
http://www.lcdtvreviews.org.uk/toshiba-lcd-tvs/toshiba-regza-37xv505d-widescreen-lcd-tv/

This suggests that Toshiba TVs are good on power consumption. I am assuming that different ranges have similar electronics.
#7
Comes up at £442.99 for me, how do i get it at £404.93?

Cheers
#8
Same here £442.99
#9
great find tiny bit more than i want to pay for my 32" but still cant argue
#12
How does this compare to the Sony 32V4000, I mean is the extra £50 worth it, or is the Sony still better at £50 less.
#13
i picked one up on Saturday from currys for 399, got £20 topcashback too so £380 for me :) had to travel a bit for it tho as no stores in Liverpool had them in stock
@margamboy, depends if you will make use of the 1080p on the tosh? was worth if for me, as im connected to my pc and i sit close to the screen.
#14
anguston
Comes up at £442.99 for me, how do i get it at £404.93?

Cheers

Same here
#17
tesco's on line is much cheaper...£379.00 plus 4.95 for deliverey;-)
#18
Not to be confused with this superior set mentioned. The Tesco one isn't full HD. It's an OK price especially since they've had it instore for similar for at least 2 months, but it's nothing special now.

-had to remove the tesco link as it wasn't working in FF3 (OK in IE).
#19
how do you get it for that price?

keeps showing as £40 more than OP mentioned...
#20
My Toshiba broke today, i took the cover off mysefl and guess what's inside - Phillips parts!!! Nearly all of them!!! If I wanted Phillips, I'd buy Phillips... :(
#21
I'm totally confused:? What is the difference between below models?
TOSHIBA 32XV505
TOSHIBA 32XV505DB
TOSHIBA 32XV505D
TOSHIBA 32XV555DB.

The prices spread from GBP395 - GBP500, but couldn't find proper difference.
#22
The 555 and 505 have full high definition (known as 1080p). Sky, Freesat etc isn't full hi-def but if you have a Blu-Ray/HD-DVD player, PS3, or intend to use it as a PC monitor then 1080p is best. The 555 is the newer (and glossier) model with an extra HDMI socket I believe. The Tesco TV mentioned on this thread doesn't have 1080p and is an older (but still very nice model). I don't think it's worth £380 now. It's miles better however than all that £300-£350 **** Tesco line up next to it.

If you want to know the exact difference visit Toshiba's site http://www.home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/ They have a load of new sets out too. Good site to ask for help and search for comments [url]www.avforums.com[/url]

Best thing to do if buying the now is to get the best set for your budget. Which means looking around for the best deal and that Amazon price was the best by miles (I've seen the same set for £570).
#23
Thanks Fujioka. Much appreciated your reply.

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