Toshiba 37X3030D 37" HD Ready 1080p digital LCD TV delivered for £617.49, £595 after Quidco ! - HotUKDeals
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Toshiba 37X3030D 37" HD Ready 1080p digital LCD TV

Using the attached 5% voucher get this delivered for a bargain price of £617.49

Also £21 cashback through Quidco to make it even cheaper !

Picture Enhancement - Active Vision LCD
Contrast - 3500 : 1 (Dynamic)
Sound type - SRS WOW surround sound
Inputs - 2xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1xComponent, 1xPC
Visible Screen Size - 37"
Digital TV receiver - for extra channels
PC connectivity - ideal for media centrePCs
Also available in - 42"
Wall Mountable
Parental Lock
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http://i170.photobucket.com/albums/u264/bear7364/635407.jpg
#2
Voted cold by people, can the cold voters tell me why cos I as going to buy one ?????:?
#3
Its a great tv. I own the 42" version and the picture quality is fantastic. Unfortunately I have a dead pixel in the middle of the screen but the set is being swapped out next week.
#4
Great deal, a friend of mine paid £850 for this in October
banned#5
look at the contrast ratio
#6
1080p won't look as good on this screen due to the VERY poor contrast ratio. On a 32" 3000:1 can just about cut it.. but 37" 1080p? nah

Spend a hundred or 2 extra and get a 1080p sammy
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Mascherano
look at the contrast ratio


MercilessKiller
1080p won't look as good on this screen due to the VERY poor contrast ratio. On a 32" 3000:1 can just about cut it.. but 37" 1080p? nah

Spend a hundred or 2 extra and get a 1080p sammy


Do you know what the contrast ratios actually mean ? Have a read of this because high contrast ratio's that are quoted by manufacturers are just a selling tactic that obviously works !

http://www.practical-home-theater-guide.com/contrast-ratio.html
#8
bear7364
Do you know what the contrast ratios actually mean ? Have a read of this because high contrast ratio's that are quoted by manufacturers are just a selling tactic that obviously works !

http://www.practical-home-theater-guide.com/contrast-ratio.html


Useful article; I've trialled this tv at length (eventually decided on a panny plasma), and it's a very decent set, the "poor" dynamic contrast ratio quoted doesn't affect it's ability to deliver a decent picture in the slightest.
banned#9
Thats amazing
#10
If you watch movies in the dark, the samsung has 5 times better contrast ratio.

That WOULD make a difference. So hush.

That article can not be taken seriously. It is COMPLETELY biased saying it doesnt make a different. TO have a credible article worth reading it needs to be fair and take no sides!!!!!!!!!!!! *sigh*
#11
MercilessKiller
If you watch movies in the dark, the samsung has 5 times better contrast ratio.

That WOULD make a difference. So hush.

That article can not be taken seriously. It is COMPLETELY biased saying it doesnt make a different. TO have a credible article worth reading it needs to be fair and take no sides!!!!!!!!!!!! *sigh*


How can facts be biased ? Sound's like you're biased towards Samsung or can you suggest any other brand :?
#12
?? I believe there are LOTS of brands that have better contrast ratio's rofl! just so happens my experience is with samsung :)

I said the article was biased. Not the facts. The article brings out facts which makes a contrast ratio look irellevant...

However, there are plenty of technical facts to show there are differences (take any standard article on what contrast ratio is)...

Ok there's not much difference between 8000:1 and 10000:1 but, for a 1080p picture in a bad lighting situation, 3000:1 and 15000:1, there is a big difference!

And I believe Sony Bravia has good contrast ratio on their upper range screens? Can't confirm as I dont have one :)

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