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Toshiba 37CV505 37" Freeview LCD TV £399.00 @ BT Shop

£399.00 @ BT Shop
Limited Stock! Highlights of the Toshiba Freeview 37CV505 37" LCD TV * HD ready digital LCD TV * Dynamic contrast ratio 15,000:1 * 3 x HDMI * Game mode * Full power down …
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Highlights of the Toshiba Freeview 37CV505 37" LCD TV

* HD ready digital LCD TV
* Dynamic contrast ratio 15,000:1
* 3 x HDMI
* Game mode
* Full power down option
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#1
Anyone got any info on this TV?

Can't find any reviews on this anywhere!

Im looking for a telly in this price range to watch mainly football on, would this be any good, taking into account motion blur etc?

Thanks.... :)
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PENGUINS ON A BIG TELLY

HEAVEN!!

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££ JASE ££;3455174
Anyone got any info on this TV?

Can't find any reviews on this anywhere!

Im looking for a telly in this price range to watch mainly football on, would this be any good, taking into account motion blur etc?

Thanks.... :)


I got the 37AV505 which seems to be an earlier revision of the 37CV505, and it's blur free.

I had a Hanspree 37AVJT02 before and it was aweful for blur (and everything else). My Tosh is clearly years ahead when it comes to LCD technolgy, no blur, much better blacks and black levels, sublime with my xbox-360 etc etc

IMO this telly should be a bargain.
#4
thanks for taking the time 2 reply mate. Rep for you :thumbsup:
#5
My dad just picked one of these up from toy r us in doncaster and they gave him a free toshiba dvd player the tv sets up real easy and looks very good think he said he paid around £380 for it
#6
££ JASE ££;3455174
Anyone got any info on this TV?

Can't find any reviews on this anywhere!

Im looking for a telly in this price range to watch mainly football on, would this be any good, taking into account motion blur etc?

Thanks.... :)


Trusted review link here

Not the best review but the reviewer thought it was good value at £550 back in August
banned#7
System also available off dabs for same price, but, here is the technical side of this lcd tv:

Toshiba 37CV505 37" LCD TV Specification:

HD ready digital LCD TV

Dynamic contrast ratio 15,000:1

3 x HDMI

Game mode

Full power down option

Highlights of the Toshiba 37CV505 37" LCD TV
HD ready digital LCD TV
Dynamic contrast ratio 15,000:1
3 x HDMI
Game mode
Full power down option

Audio System
Features Bass Boost Output Power / Total 20 Watt Sound Effects (JA) SRS WOW StableSound Sound Output Mode Stereo Speakers Included 2 speakers Surround Mode Built-in Dimensions & Weight
Comments (JA) Without stand Depth 9.2 cm Height 59 cm Weight 15.7 kg Width 90.2 cm Header
Manufacturer Toshiba Model 37CV505DB Product Line Toshiba Miscellaneous
Flat Panel Mount Interface Built-in Power Device
Form Factor Internal Power Consumption Operational 168 Watt Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 1 Watt Type Power supply Remote Control
Technology Infrared Type Universal remote control Stands & Mounts
Stand Design Tabletop Stand Features Swivel Stand Included Built-in Television
Brightness 500 cd/m2 Clock / Timer Yes Comb Filter 3D digital Diagonal Size 37 in Diagonal Size (cm) 94 cm Digital Television Certification HD ready Display Format 720p Dynamic Contrast Ratio 15000:1 Features Active Vision LCD Digital MPEG Noise Reduction Circuit Dynamic Contrast Front panel lockout Game mode Luma Sens (Auto Contrast) REGZA LINK Video noise reduction HD Ready Yes Image Aspect Ratio 16:9 Input Video Formats 1080p PC Interface VGA (HD-15) Resolution 1366 x 768 Series REGZA CV Series Technology TFT active matrix Timer Functions Sleep Type LCD TV Video Interface Component Composite HDMI S-Video SCART Viewing Angle 178 degrees Widescreen Widescreen TV Tuner
Digital TV Service FREEVIEW Stereo Reception System NICAM Teletext Yes Tuners Configuration 1x analogue 1x digital TV Tuner Presence Built-in
#8
arn't dabs and btshop the same???? :?
#9
yeah, bt owns dabs
#10
Review from a very reliable source which you might have heard of:thumbsup:

[INDENT]This 37-inch HD ready LCD is almost identical to Toshiba’s XV505 model. The only real difference is a lower screen resolution and a slightly inferior high-definition picture. Everything else is on a par with the XV505 - very average, save for the extra audio description functionality.

The picture quality is distinctly average, whether we watched via Scart RGB, the internal Freeview tuner or high-definition images via the HDMI input. Overall, it’s just a bit too soft and lacking depth to be favourably compared to the best models available.

Our listening panel described the sound as mostly lifeless and dull. There were some peaky distortions on higher frequencies, a general lack of clarity and some cabinet resonance.

It’s OK to use, but let down by the placement of the info key on the remote, a hesitant electronic programme guide, and small diagrams and font in the instruction manual. But is the LCD itself is well labelled, easy to set-up, and boasts an intuitive set of on-screen menus and easy to follow instruction manual. It supports audio description – an additional narrative found on some Freeview programmes that describes significant visual information to aid visually impaired people. And Toshiba have added some handy extra functionality – one person can listen to normal audio via headphones and another to audio description via the speakers at the same time, and vica versa.

Analogue VGA and digital HDMI can both be connected to a computer and the latter supports the highest PC resolutions. But the surround sound output only routes audio from the Freeview tuner (there are no surround broadcasts on Freeview) and selecting independent picture settings on different inputs is dependent on which picture profile you select. It doesn’t have a light sensor but uses about half a watt in standby and an acceptable 126 watts when switched on. You can mount the CV505 on a wall - but you’ll need to buy the necessary fittings separately.

Pros: Audio description functionality, PC connectivity, energy consumption isn’t too bad for the size

Cons: Everything else is distinctly average

Sd picture 3 out of 5
Hd picture 4 out of 5
Sound 4 out of 5
Overall 61%
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#11
2% quidco
#13
I'd go for the lg myself
#14
nice find, heat added, i would go for the LG, the comment about needing extra fittings for wall bracket swings it for me, don't think will be much difference with spec imho.
#15
kam1nsk1
I'd go for the lg myself


Bought the 37" LG37LG3000 from Currys the other day FOR £399.99. I knew that Argos were doing it with a free 3 year warranty and £10 gift card but I couldn't wait 7 days for it to be delivered. The overall picture quality is very good and I was very impressed with it. Linked up to my xbox 360 the picture quality is awesome however there is slight motion blur on fast moving activity on the screen. Overall I'm very happy with the TV and would recommend it for this price. I know there will be better deals coming in the next couple of weeks though so who Knows I may end up selling this on ebay and getting a full 1080p TV if the price is right. If I can get hold of a Samsung 37" Full HD screen for £500 I will go for it without hesitation. For the money though at the moment I don't think this set can be beat.
#16
Toshiba hmmm ,are they any good ? and theres a better toshy deal out ther than this mother ,very average :geek:

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