Toshiba 37Z3030D 37" 1080P 100Hz HDMI 1.3 LCD TV- £799.50 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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My first deal so please be gentle!

This is the cheapest ive found for this excellent top of toshibas range tv. It sells for £1299.99 on comet.

this is a review of the 42" version
http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/lcd/Toshiba_42Z3030D.htm


Picture 10-bit processing
xvYCC Broad Colour Space
Dynamic Gamma curve correction
Wide colour gamut
Viewing angle (degrees) 178
24 fps with 5:5 pull down
Digital noise reduction
3D Digital Comb filter
MPEG noise reduction
Brightness (cd/m�) 500
Exact Scan Mode
Standard TV up-scaling
100Hz
Active Vision M100 HD
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 6500:1
1080 HD ready
Display Resolution 1920 x 1080p
Screen format 16:9
Visible Screen Size (cm) 94
Interactive Features Fastext
Favourite channel memory
Now and Next Information
Electronic Programme Guide 8 day
Digital Text
Audio Stable Sound
ONKYO® speaker technology
SRS WOW®
Sound output (RMS) W 20
Tuning Auto Set-up
Analogue Tuner
Freeview Digital Tuner
Digital Ready
Connections Headphone
Sub Woofer audio output
Optical digital audio output
Analogue audio input
PC input WXGA
Side AV input
S-video
SCART 2
RGB (via SCART) 2
Component Video
REGZA link (CEC functionality)
HDMI with Deep Colour 3
Other Features Swivel pedestal stand
Wall Mountable (VESA)
Integrated Signal Amplifier
Panel Lock
Off Timer
Dimensions Power Consumption - stand-by (W) < 1
Power consumption - typical (W) TBC
Weight with ped. stand (kg) 23.4
Weight without ped. stand (kg) 21.2
Depth with ped. stand (mm) 298
Depth without ped. stand (mm) 134
Height with ped. stand (mm) 637
Height without ped. stand (mm) 585
Width (mm) 916
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suspended#1
not much of a deal, it was £800 @ digital direct before christmas, £20 quidco too.
#2
not much of a deal since half the members on the forum including me got the 42" for £475 + free delivery plus quidco on christmas day.

Although my quidco never tracked it was still a bargain and im using my laptop through it right now lol
#3
megaceller
not much of a deal since half the members on the forum including me got the 42" for £475 + free delivery plus quidco on Christmas day.

Although my quidco never tracked it was still a bargain and im using my laptop through it right now lol


Whist this is not a fantastic deal at £799 (not bad, just not great or specifically hot) it has to be said that this TV is in a very different league to the 42C3030/35 that people (me included) went for before the new year.

This is the Z series so it sports a full 1920x1080 panel rather then the 1366x768 resolution of the 42C3030. It also has HDMI 1.3 (3, I understand) and some rather tidy features. The long and short is that the C series is entry level and the Z is mid/high and comparisons other then screen size are not really that relevant. Comparisons with other 1080p 37” panels are of course much more relevant ;).
#4
I don't understand why this deal is cold :?

The cheapest I found this TV for (inc delivery) is aprox £100 more so I would have been very grateful to the OP if I had been purchasing this TV.
#5
this tv may have been 799 before xmas but on digital direct its now 860.

please dont confuse this tv for the basic C series that was posted earlier. this is the top Z range with 1080p screen and 100hz scan. This tv has rave reviews and that was when it was released at £1300 1 month ago.

personally for me the biggest benefit of this tv is its ability to accept 1080p over component so my xbox 360 doesnt need upgrading to a hdmi version and this set also does 1-1 pixel mapping.
#6
voted hot, this blows the c series out the window, for starters:

- 100hz, excellent for footy, no smearing like you get with 50hz lcd
- full 1080p
- Supports 1080p 24hz correctly with 5:5 pulldown, meaning no judder when viewing bluray or hd disks.
- Black levels are bested by the samsung f series, however the sammy 100hz technology is useless (see avforums, the sammy has lots of bugs and firmware issues both the m and f series ) and toshs implementation actually works.
- hdmi 1.3

not sure about the retailer, but will buy in the next few months, when the set goes near the 750 mark. i would advise to buy from a retailer that you can return things to easily. most lcds are okay, however if your purchase is faulty, e.g. back light bleed, clouding etc, you want a retailer that will be happy to exchange or refund if the fault isnt fixed.

on a side note: peeps are gonna start flaming regarding the benefit 1080p,here is the actually benefit: taken from cnet, which has won me over. e.g. you can get a big screen and sit closer to the telly than sitting more further back to get the benefit from it, so ideal for smaller rooms:

http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6449_7-6810011-1.html?tag=ms

Katzmaier also says that the main real-world advantage of 1080p is not the extra sharpness you'll be seeing, but instead, the smaller, more densely packed pixels. In other words, you can sit closer to a 1080p television and not notice any pixel structure, such as stair-stepping along diagonal lines, or the screen door effect (where you can actually see the space between the pixels). This advantage applies regardless of the quality of the source.
#7
I have the 42" version of this and it was a great buy. Cant comment on the deal but the television is hot. :thumbsup:
#8
megaceller
not much of a deal since half the members on the forum including me got the 42" for £475 + free delivery plus quidco on christmas day.

Although my quidco never tracked it was still a bargain and im using my laptop through it right now lol


you can't compare like for like

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