Toshiba 37CV505D LCD TV 55% off original price £431.95 @ Digital Direct - HotUKDeals
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The Regza CV Series have a 1366 x 768 HD Ready LCD panel, driven by our acclaimed Active Vision LCD picture processing technology. Luma Sens technology detects brightness levels in the room and adjusts the contrast levels to reproduce detailed screen images and reduce power consumption.

Stunning sound quality is guaranteed with SRS WOW technology delivering expanded audio performance through the integral slimline speakers. The additional feature list is equally impressive, with a dedicated game mode; three HDMI connections; a component video input; REGZA Link CEC functionality and an
integrated digital tuner making the CV series a hard act to follow.

Free 3 year warranty at digital direct as well
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Why are people voting this cold?
Not 1080p? Better TVs for the money?

I wouldnt buy a non-1080p TV any more.
£431.95 Inc delivery

Seems cheap enough to me, with the 3 year warranty
Not 1080p? Better TVs for the money?

I wouldnt buy a non-1080p TV any more.

Thats the best 37 ich LCD I have seen around for that price. Yeah its not 1080p but I dont think you will get a better tv for that price
Not 1080p? Better TVs for the money?

I wouldnt buy a non-1080p TV any more.

More cracking 720p TV's for me then :thumbsup:
£431.95 Inc delivery

Seems cheap enough to me, with the 3 year warranty

Thanks, updated the price. First post so I'm glad someone isn't too harsh!:thumbsup:
good find op, heat added, some ppl get wrapped up with 1080p, on this size set no difference, unless u were 2 feet from tv, anyway the output is only as good as the input, rubbish in rubbish out no matter what tv.
Not 1080p? Better TVs for the money?

I wouldnt buy a non-1080p TV any more.

I keep reading that it doesn't matter on a 'small' screen TV (up to 42") and they all accept 1080p input. Heres a quote from from their review of the excellent Panasonic TH-37PX80B:

"We can't say enough that 1080p isn't necessary for smaller sets -- honestly, you can't tell the difference -- so for 37- or 42-inch models, just get HD Ready"

Also it seems the latest low end plasma's, like the one above, fair much better in reviews than LCDs, particularly for deep blacks and picture sharpness, and the price premium can be as low as £70 (or less). Plasmas seem to cost more to run but the reality is that this equals around £10 per year for an average of 3.5 hours viewing per day at current prices. If you watch a same resolution low end plasma next to a low end LCD in the stores, the LCD always seems to look worse with fast moving images blurring and jagged edges.

Not an expert, but it seems the best option for 42" or less tv would be 720p plasma if you can afford up to £499. That said if you want an LCD this deal at £432 for the Tosh seems superb.
agree kronk, i have a toshiba 32" lcd in bedroom, similar spec to this and it is a match for panasonic 42" plasma in lounge, both excellent picture, both 720p.
So people are still voting this cold. I dont understand why. What do people want? 40inch 1080p sony with 100hz for 400 quid?
Great find wolfy, H+R!!

All bow down to THE WOLF
I bought the 37" 1080p version of this TV (37XV553DB) for just £469 at Sainsburys just two weeks ago.

On the 1080p thing. I use my TV as a second monitor on my PC at a resolution of 1920 x 1080, and the sharpness of the picture via HDMI from my PC is absolutely excellent. I don't think it would be anywhere near as good and usable as a PC monitor on a 720p max resolution screen.

Also, when switching the Xbox 360 between 720p and 1080p the difference is perfectly noticable, with all jaggies cleared up when looking at the XBox dashboard view, and games just looking silky and smoother. This may not bother some people, but if you are planning on using the TV fully as a PC monitor I'd seriously consider getting a full HD 1080p LCD.

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