Toshiba 37BV700 - 37" LCD TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview - £279.95 @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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Quality 37 inch screen with 1080p resolution. 4 HDMI, twin SCART and USB sockets. Top brand name. Amazing price. Put all of this together and we're confident you won't find a better value 37 inch TV than the Toshiba 37BV700 anywhere else!

With its Full 1080p HD screen, the 37BV700 Regza TV is ready for the High Definition revolution. Whether you're watching HD TV from Sky, Virgin or other TV box, Blu-rays or HD gaming, the 37BV700 extracts the most detail possible. Where, previously, the picture was indistinct in places, now you'll see the picture how it was meant to be seen. Take a look at the grass on a pitch or the netting around goalposts and you'll see what we mean! Yet, amazing levels of detail are just one aspect of this impressive 1080p TV. Thanks to a response time of just 5m/s, the 37BV700 is a lot faster on its feet than most budget 37 inch TVs. What this means is that you'll see crisper motion with less blur and a sharper focus on fast moving images. Other picture enhancements from this Regza TV include Digital Noise Reduction, Auto Backlight Control and a 3D Digital Comb Filter. All these technologies come together to give the 37BV700 a sharp, realistic picture quality which is way ahead of the budget competition.

To get a sound quality to match the picture we'd recommend using the Toshiba's digital or analogue (headphone) outputs through your home cinema or hi-fi system. That way you'll get an expansive sound quality to match the picture. As standard, though, the 37BV700 comes with a reasonable 8 watt amplifier built-in and stereo speakers that do a fair job of filling larger rooms with sound.

After the top quality picture, the real surprise with this TV comes from the collection of sockets. As good as many TVs costing twice as much, the 37BV700 comes with four HDMI sockets. That's enough for an HD TV box, such as SKY, Blu-ray player, games console and camcorder or smart phone. Added to this is a handy USB socket. Connect your digital media player and playback your photos and music through the TV. Where many, more expensive TVs now only come with a single SCART connection, the Toshiba has two. This could be ideal if you still use a VCR and older set-top SKY-type box. Other connections include the rare S-Video, component and composite, headphone and PC. The PC input is great for making use of the Toshiba's skills as a large scale monitor for gaming.

For this money you're not going to expect stainless steel trim and glass stand, but the Toshiba doesn't disgrace itself. It's a little thicker than slightly more expensive TVs but it's still cleanly styled and finished in de rigueur gloss black.

Avoid the tosh of usual super-budget 37 inch TV market and get yourself a Toshiba 37BV700. Proper brand, proper spec and, of course, proper price!

Edited By: brookheather on Apr 28, 2011 16:02: tidy
#2
Stunning price :)
#3
Very confusing description keeps jumping between 1080p & HD Ready.
If it is 1080p then it is Full HD if its HD Ready then it is 1080i.
Most sites describe it as Full HD.

BillyBits


Edited By: BillyBits on Apr 28, 2011 15:50
#4
It can receive 1080p signals.

Edited By: rev6 on Apr 28, 2011 23:00
#5
Toshiba website including specification ie is a Full HD 1920x1080 panel capable of displaying 1080p signals:
http://www.home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/Regza-LCD-TV/30-39-LCD-TV-screen-size/37BV700-Series/
though no HD tuner inbuilt (ie only Freeview, not Freeview HD)
hence has to get via HDMI socket (a generous 4 of them!) either upto an 1080i broadcast (eg Freesat HD or a Freeview HD box) or an 1080p signal (eg Blu-ray disc player) to fully exploit that Full HD panel.
MKD


Edited By: mk-donald on Apr 28, 2011 23:09
#6
Just thought I'd point out, this isn't a real Toshiba, it's a Turkish Vestal with a Toshiba badge.. Exactly the same as the no-brand supermarket TV's.
#7
BillyBits
Very confusing description keeps jumping between 1080p & HD Ready.
If it is 1080p then it is Full HD if its HD Ready then it is 1080i.
Most sites describe it as Full HD.

BillyBits



errrr if a TV has the resolution to do 1080 it can do 1080p or i there's no difference i've never seen a TV that could do i but not p.

As for this HD ready = min of 720p, FullHD has no officialy meaning it's just marketing fluff and as stated the TV is 1080p

Edited By: Rich44 on Apr 29, 2011 08:24
#8
DaleR
Just thought I'd point out, this isn't a real Toshiba, it's a Turkish Vestal with a Toshiba badge.. Exactly the same as the no-brand supermarket TV's.


oh dear , just when you thought you was getting a bargain , although tesco`s do tv`s and clearly advertise on the box that there is a samsung panel in the tv........
#9
Rich44
BillyBits
Very confusing description keeps jumping between 1080p & HD Ready.
If it is 1080p then it is Full HD if its HD Ready then it is 1080i.
Most sites describe it as Full HD.

BillyBits



errrr if a TV has the resolution to do 1080 it can do 1080p or i there's no difference i've never seen a TV that could do i but not p.

As for this HD ready = min of 720p, FullHD has no officialy meaning it's just marketing fluff and as stated the TV is 1080p


Incorrect actually, most HD ready tvs will do 1080i but not p, I have had at least 3 tvs where this is the case, most of them I bought before full hd tvs came onto the scene.

There is a difference between i and p, can't be bothered to explain it here, maybe google it, Full HD certainly isn't just some marketing fluff.

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Apr 30, 2011 13:57: edit
#10
Oldish thread sorry - I see this has a native resolution of 1920x1080 but if I try and drive it at that from a computer it doesnt like it (works fine for my 24" main panel) - runs fine @ 1920x1200 (16:10) though...

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