Toshiba 37BV700B - 37" LCD TV Full HD 4xHDMI - Black - £299.99 @ Ebay Ebuyer Outlet - HotUKDeals
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Toshiba 37BV700B 37 Inch Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV

LCD TV:
Television picture quality:

* Full HD 1080p.
* Freeview digital tuner.
* 37in (94cm) widescreen TV with 94cm visible screen size.
* Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
* 50Hz.
* Brightness 500cd/m2.
* Contrast ratio 1500:1 (native).
* Response time 5ms.
* Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
* Progressive scan.


Connectivity:

* 4 HDMI sockets.
* 2 SCART sockets.
* PC input socket.
* Component video socket.
* Composite.
* Headphone socket.
* AV socket (side and rear).
* 1 USB port.


Sound quality:

* NICAM sound system.
* 2 x 8 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).
* CI slot.
* Audio description compatible.


Additional features:

* Sleep timer.
* Child lock.
* Picture and text.
* Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
* Size of TV H31.2, W46.3, D6.3cm.
* Weight of TV 4.9kg (unpackaged).
* Complete with tabletop stand.
* Size of TV with stand H34.4, W46.3, D11.8cm.
* Weight of TV with stand 5.2kg.
* Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 400 x 400mm bracket (bracket not included).


Energy efficiency information:

* On mode power consumption 108.5 watts.
* Standby power consumption 0.8 watt.
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#1
I can't find a review for this TV, however, it's very cheap for a major brand 37incher, so may be worth a punt.

Note that the majority of CCFL based 37" models from Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, etc suffer from buzzing noises (most likely due to the panel inverter or the PSU). This does not mean that every 37" TV will buzz, just a minority of the production run. I don't know if this is one of the affected models.
#2
dooper
I can't find a review for this TV, however, it's very cheap for a major brand 37incher, so may be worth a punt.

Note that the majority of CCFL based 37" models from Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, etc suffer from buzzing noises (most likely due to the panel inverter or the PSU). This does not mean that every 37" TV will buzz, just a minority of the production run. I don't know if this is one of the affected models.


Yep their is a small number of buzzing sets but thats the point in a warranty ;) Extended one may be worth it in this case for peace of mind. I got my eye on the 37"c580 as i don't think it can be beaten for value.I also want samsung and want to avoid S-PVA panels and the only way to get A-MVA for sure in under 40" (downsizing from 46"c580 A-MVA) I use my tv as a monitor and i returned the 40" due to the S-PVA panel not being suitable for monitor use IMO.

This does seem a good deal for anyone using to watch tv and the little bit of gaming ect. As 99/100 you always get what you pay for and no tv will ever be perfect ! You will find very little if anything better value of this size with your hard earned cash ! Or if your on a £300 budget :)

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 31, 2011 09:28
#3
good price for a nice set
#4
From experience this TV is buzzing! NOt in a good way, in a 'That TV is actually making a buzzing noise.' kind of way - avoid! I tried 2 sets and they both made a horrendous buzz, especiall when the screen was dark/black and if you did try and set the picture so it did not buzz it was so bright it made you want to cry. Shame.
#5
superdry09
From experience this TV is buzzing! NOt in a good way, in a 'That TV is actually making a buzzing noise.' kind of way - avoid! I tried 2 sets and they both made a horrendous buzz, especiall when the screen was dark/black and if you did try and set the picture so it did not buzz it was so bright it made you want to cry. Shame.


Seems to be a common problem with 37" sets - is it to do with the panels they are using?

I have had two 37RV635 sets, and sent them both back due to the awful 'buzz'
#6
flamingcarrot
superdry09
From experience this TV is buzzing! NOt in a good way, in a 'That TV is actually making a buzzing noise.' kind of way - avoid! I tried 2 sets and they both made a horrendous buzz, especiall when the screen was dark/black and if you did try and set the picture so it did not buzz it was so bright it made you want to cry. Shame.


Seems to be a common problem with 37" sets - is it to do with the panels they are using?

I have had two 37RV635 sets, and sent them both back due to the awful 'buzz'



Yep 37" buzz which is holding me back from buying one. However if you get one with out then it be a goodset. I use mine as a monitor and their for alot of samsung panels suck at this job and the 37" is the only one under 40" which has a A-MVA panel for sure. The 46"c580 i am down grading rom due to sitting too close and getting eye strain had A-MVA and for me it was "Ace" and the c580 is the best your money will get you if i am honest.

It's a shame, 37" led don't have the same problem but led has their own problems too. Its still a good price and if it buzzes it will be replaced or repaired.
#7
Most plasmas buzz anyway, although this is LCD I don't see a problem personally. You get used to it
#8
I got the 40 inch version of this (40BV700B) at ASDA over Christmas for £317.

Excellent picture. Sound is not so good, but I feed it thru my AV amp so not too worried about it.
#9
knobbly
I got the 40 inch version of this (40BV700B) at ASDA over Christmas for £317.

Excellent picture. Sound is not so good, but I feed it thru my AV amp so not too worried about it.


Sounds always going to be poor, its because their is no room as people want things too thin these days :D
#10
1500:1 (native) contrast ratio. Isn't that a little too low? (no TV expert though!)
#11
There is no set contrast ratio. As in there is no pre-fixed value to compare to. SO its best to ignore it as its "made up" in a sense.

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 31, 2011 13:29
#12
Gunner4Life
flamingcarrot
superdry09
From experience this TV is buzzing! NOt in a good way, in a 'That TV is actually making a buzzing noise.' kind of way - avoid! I tried 2 sets and they both made a horrendous buzz, especiall when the screen was dark/black and if you did try and set the picture so it did not buzz it was so bright it made you want to cry. Shame.

Seems to be a common problem with 37" sets - is it to do with the panels they are using?

I have had two 37RV635 sets, and sent them both back due to the awful 'buzz'


Yep 37" buzz which is holding me back from buying one. However if you get one with out then it be a goodset. I use mine as a monitor and their for alot of samsung panels suck at this job and the 37" is the only one under 40" which has a A-MVA panel for sure. The 46"c580 i am down grading rom due to sitting too close and getting eye strain had A-MVA and for me it was "Ace" and the c580 is the best your money will get you if i am honest.

It's a shame, 37" led don't have the same problem but led has their own problems too. Its still a good price and if it buzzes it will be replaced or repaired.

It seems to be common on many LCD panels. The 22" LG LCD deal that was posted also buzzes but only if backlight is set between 65-88 when viewing through HDMI.
#13
Loves a Tosh............
#14
Had this tv for about 18 months. Brilliant tv, and at this price its excellent. Paid about £400 for it in tesco

Mine does buzz occasionally (about once a month) when used with the xbox. Easily sorted by switching back to tv, or turning on and off. Not really a problem at all. Never seems to have happened when watching tv though
#15
I like the look of this TV, although this is ebuyer, im always conscious of spending so much on ebay. Is this all legit?
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