Toshiba 37WLT68 37" LCD television 100Hz with FreeView only 568.88 - HotUKDeals
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100Hz Active Vision M100 Picture Processing
3 x HDMI
Gloss Black Finish
HD Ready
Onkyo Speakers
Integrated Digital Freeview Tuner
Display resolution: 1366x768
Progressive scan

Very highly regarded on the AVForum, produces one of the best SD(Standard Picture) picture and excellent HD picture.

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030218,49288027,00.htm

http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2007/01/22/Toshiba-REGZA-37WLT68-37in-LCD-TV/p1

Only £568.88 delivered from Amazon.
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#1
Thread already running for this.
Been marked expired but still available @ £559.99
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/119307/toshiba-37wlt68-sale-until-sunday-5/all/all/hot/
;-)
#2
I did do a search but couldn't find it, this new site isn't the friendliest to use.
#3
No matter
Still good to flag it up again at this price:thumbsup:
Lot of interest in these at the moment :santa:

Not many 100HZ being advertised at the moment
deffo a hot vote !!
#4
Can anyone tell me if they deliver to Northern Ireland?
As looking at delivery and larger items section it would appear they don't, but can anyone confirm this.
[admin]#5
Nah you searched right LC but it was marked expired. I think it's actually easier now to do this - what I did was stick the model number in the search box and then in search I narrowed by Deals.
#6
produces one of the best SD(Standard Picture) picture .....
Not according to HDTVOrg it doesnt;
"The 37WLT68 is a fantastic High Definition performer, but Standard Definition again, disappoints. Remember that SD is still going to form the majority of your viewing schedule for broadcast pictures, and the 37WLT68 is shown up a little by the competition. Pictures are just not as crisp as we have seen for SD on some other LCDs."
Still a good price though
#7
monkeyboy129;1357569
produces one of the best SD(Standard Picture) picture .....
Not according to HDTVOrg it doesnt;
"The 37WLT68 is a fantastic High Definition performer, but Standard Definition again, disappoints. Remember that SD is still going to form the majority of your viewing schedule for broadcast pictures, and the 37WLT68 is shown up a little by the competition. Pictures are just not as crisp as we have seen for SD on some other LCDs."
Still a good price though

This is precisely why its a pain on deciding which television to go for as the cnet review says:
"What we think: One of the best LCD TVs for standard definition, with excellent high-definition picture quality to boot"
How are we meant to decide :?
#8
Not bad, but yesterday in Comet I picked up a 37 inch Sony Bravia for £484. I got them to price match Argos and they gave a 10% discount on the difference. :-D
#9
Just as an add on - BT shop and Dabs have reduced there already low price for 42 inch version to £750, again superb reviews from various HDTV sites.

http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?quicklinx=48F4#reviews
#10
I have the 32" version of this set, bought it this time last year when it was £1100 ! Only paid £800 though as I got John Lewis to price match an online retailer.
I looked at loads of sets & reviews before I decided on it . It was the best one I could find for picture quality by far (bar a Panasonic which was £1300 & looked slightly better).
I expect it has been eclipsed a little by the latest high end sets out but it really still looks amazing after you tweak the settings, good SD like BBC looks super crisp on it, even my old XBOX 1 looks stunning through Component, as does the last PC game I played through it at 1080i (Tomb Raider Anniversary).
Looks wise it's great as well with the black piano gloss & brushed aluminum finish, the remote control is absolute cack though & I end up pressing the button about 2 or 3 times before it reacts but I'm more than happy with it overall.
#11
This is a great set for the price. SD picture quality is as good as any other set.

Monkeyboy and his quotes are talking out of their @rse.

If your thinking of getting it you won't be dissapointed.
#12
I was wondering about the Northern Ireland deliveries myself, I can see that the 'white glove' delivery service doesn't cover NI but it doesn't say that they would use a 'lesser' service for us 'lesser' people!
#13
I got this 37" from Amazon and it is "Superb" and is even better than I had hoped for.
The two big plus points for me are
1. It's 100Hz !!! (not as most others are 50HZ)
2. The Onkyo speakers are crisp and tops for sound!! (do a little research)
It is also £559.99 and not as OP says £568.88
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-37WLT68-100Hz-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B000JU6Z0K/ref=pd_rhf_p_4
#14
The Home Cinema Choice review, the awards it got and the avforums posts encouraged me to buy this. I told myself I'd only take the plunge when 100hz LCDs with decent speakers appeared. This ticks all the boxes. Gorgeous picture, cracking sound. http://www.homecinemachoice.com/cgi-bin/displayreview.php?reviewid=7161

Dabs.com have reduced the 42" version again (which I've had for a month). They sometimes do free delivery weekends too. £749.99.

http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=48F4&SearchType=1&SearchTerms=42wlt68&PageMode=3&SearchKey=All&SearchMode=All&NavigationKey=0

(Edit: Oops, Benito1968 mentioned this already).

You can even add the Toshiba SW1000 subwoofer (under £50 on ebay) to the back if you want to beef it up some more. You won't regret buying this tv.
#15
how much of a difference does 100Hz make? does it improve the xbox 360/ps3 experience?
#16
I bought the 42" version from BT shop (dabs) but sent it back as it was in a used condition . bought the 37" from amazon and just love it . not many lcd,s handle SD as good as this
#17
It say's £559.99?

Well it's even better. Lol.
#18
monkeyboy129
produces one of the best SD(Standard Picture) picture .....
Not according to HDTVOrg it doesnt;
"The 37WLT68 is a fantastic High Definition performer, but Standard Definition again, disappoints. Remember that SD is still going to form the majority of your viewing schedule for broadcast pictures, and the 37WLT68 is shown up a little by the competition. Pictures are just not as crisp as we have seen for SD on some other LCDs."
Still a good price though


Then they have it set up wrong. SD and HD on this set is fabulous - at times it's difficult to tell the difference between SD and HD, and 100hz means no blurring when it comes to sports. I've owned one for a while and could not be happier. It's an absolute bargain at this price.
#19
rayer
Not bad, but yesterday in Comet I picked up a 37 inch Sony Bravia for £484. I got them to price match Argos and they gave a 10% discount on the difference. :-D


jog on numpty boy
#20
cracking tv, i have the 32" model and it's faultless :)
#21
Beware of the shipping from Amazon. I ordered this TV on 26th December and was given a delivery date of today (29th) for my TV. Its now somewhere between amazon and their couriers (Home Delivery Network) who have given a delivery date of 7th Jan. :x
#22
back in stock
#23
The 42" is now £704.98 on dabs.com :)

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