Toshiba 40LV713B 40 inch 1080p LCD TV - £369.07 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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This seems like a good price for a Toshiba 40" Full HD TV. Its just a basic set which means no Freeview HD/600Hz/Internet but I guess if your just after a big 1080p screen with a good brand name then this is a good deal.

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#1
Also saw this at http://tvbargain.co.uk so credit to this site
#2
basic, not great build quality, but yes cheap!
#3
There's a review of it here:

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/toshiba-regza-lv-40lv713b-review-49305903/

Amazon reviews are quite positive as well.
#4
lpoolm
basic, not great build quality, but yes cheap!

How do you know it's a cheap build quality?

I always though Toshiba were quite good
#5
The reviews seem to say that the sound is terrible but it's still a good deal if you're like me and always play the sound though surround sound or hi-fi speaker anyway.
#6
Sound a problem for most slim tellies.
#7
just bought 1 weeks ago from amazon. yes, the speakers are facing downside make the sound terrible. But it need about 8-10s to start and make the screen appear. Is it common for all kind of LCD TV?
#8
Would anyone care to share their opinion if this is a better buy than the PANASONIC VIERA TX-P42C2B at Dixons (£350) I feel sure that the Panasonic would be a better picture but for some reason that I cant really explain i feel like LCD is a better option than plasma
#9
yihhwa
just bought 1 weeks ago from amazon. yes, the speakers are facing downside make the sound terrible. But it need about 8-10s to start and make the screen appear. Is it common for all kind of LCD TV?

I have a Toshiba and just tested it takes about 4 seconds or so to appear. Not sure if it makes a difference whether the tv has just been on or not.
#10
yihhwa
just bought 1 weeks ago from amazon. yes, the speakers are facing downside make the sound terrible. But it need about 8-10s to start and make the screen appear. Is it common for all kind of LCD TV?

I wish my TV turned on that fast. Start-up time is anywhere from 40-60 seconds. The best part is trying to figure out whether it's turning on, or if it was already turning on and you've just put it on standby.
#11
gabba panda
Would anyone care to share their opinion if this is a better buy than the PANASONIC VIERA TX-P42C2B at Dixons (£350) I feel sure that the Panasonic would be a better picture but for some reason that I cant really explain i feel like LCD is a better option than plasma

I bought the Tosh RV763B or 753 (£324 deal) I have a Hitachi Alis panel currently and wanted the 1080p (not sure why). My parents have a 2 year old Pan Viera HD but no 1080 plasma, which is a nicer set than the tosh and my Hitachi. I compared my current Hitachi with my Tosh and prefer it for a lot of activities I use the telly for.

Toying with the idea of sending the Tosh back. I seem to strain my eyes watching it where the plasma I don't. Can't find anywhere to help with the settings either.
#12
SavageDonkey
gabba panda
Would anyone care to share their opinion if this is a better buy than the PANASONIC VIERA TX-P42C2B at Dixons (£350) I feel sure that the Panasonic would be a better picture but for some reason that I cant really explain i feel like LCD is a better option than plasma
I bought the Tosh RV763B or 753 (£324 deal) I have a Hitachi Alis panel currently and wanted the 1080p (not sure why). My parents have a 2 year old Pan Viera HD but no 1080 plasma, which is a nicer set than the tosh and my Hitachi. I compared my current Hitachi with my Tosh and prefer it for a lot of activities I use the telly for.Toying with the idea of sending the Tosh back. I seem to strain my eyes watching it where the plasma I don't. Can't find anywhere to help with the settings either.

Thank you that's really helpfull, my limited knowledge and research would seem to agree with your comments in that that half decent non 1080p plasma such as the panasoinc mentioned above generally gives a better picture than a budget 1080p LCD (Although i'm sure there are exceptions)
#13
This is very very cheap for a 40" branded 1080p lcd set.
#14
gabba panda
Would anyone care to share their opinion if this is a better buy than the PANASONIC VIERA TX-P42C2B at Dixons (£350) I feel sure that the Panasonic would be a better picture but for some reason that I cant really explain i feel like LCD is a better option than plasma

I'd like to know that as well.
A £330 720p TV gets to over 800 degrees while this only £40 more expensive 1080p TV haven't even reached 300 degrees yet. :|
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The Panny screen is better for sd, better quality larger screen size. It uses more power.

This is 1080p so better for BR, you can use it as a pc monitor.

I think this is a really good price for a branded 40" 1080p lcd screen but I also think the panny is an excellent deal. Sky / Virgin / HD only transmit in 720p, 99% of ps3 and 360 games are 720p so for most people its going to be as good as they will get anyway.

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