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Toshiba 40RV753B 40" Full 1080p Freeview HD LCD TV - £427.00 Delivered @ PRC Direct

£427.00 @ PRC Direct
Also free 5 yr guarantee if collecting this instore. Key Features: Freeview HD 1080p Full HD Resolution+ Compatible with Windows 7 DLNA Certified Dolby Volume Auto View Eco Panel… Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Also free 5 yr guarantee if collecting this instore.

Key Features:
Freeview HD
1080p Full HD
Resolution+
Compatible with Windows 7
DLNA Certified
Dolby Volume
Auto View
Eco Panel
Sound Navi
4 X HDMI
Active Vision
2 x USB
In the box:
40RV753B LCD TV
Remote Control
2*AAA Batteries
TV Stand Integrated
Instruction Manual.
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#1
Direct Link

http://www.michaelrpeters.co.uk/cms_media/images/500x500_fitbox-40rv753b.jpeg

Edited By: whizzkid on Sep 11, 2010 19:22: a
#2
So many good prices on TV's recently.
#3
"Compatible with Windows 7"

Wouldn't that be any display with a VGA, DVI, HDMI? :)

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Sep 11, 2010 21:35: HUKD
[helper]#4
I'm holding off for the new SL series to come down in price
#5
K1LLER HORNET
"Compatible with Windows 7"

Wouldn't that be any display with a VGA, DVI, HDMI? :)


I'm thinking that is referring to the windows 7 sharing media over a local network thingy.
#6
wastedcolumbo
I'm thinking that is referring to the windows 7 sharing media over a local network thingy.


I see.

Wonder how well that works.
#7
K1LLER HORNET


I see.

Wonder how well that works.


If my experience with using the vista/xp media centre is anything to go by I would say it will crash every few minutes.
#8
wastedcolumbo
K1LLER HORNET
I see.Wonder how well that works.
If my experience with using the vista/xp media centre is anything to go by I would say it will crash every few minutes.

Actually, its nothing like 'the vista/xp media centre thing', the DLNA you're all talking about works very well with windows 7.
#9
craigstephens
[quote=wastedcolumbo]
Actually, its nothing like 'the vista/xp media centre thing', the DLNA you're all talking about works very well with windows 7.


But I am guessing there is some windows media player backbone to transcode media to a format which is accepted universally by all windows 7 compatible televisions/devices, maybe it was my esoteric collection of video files encoded in a series of different codecs and resolutions that made those media centre programs crash on a regular basis but surely that is similar to whatever code is used to transcode media on the windows 7 media server, knowing microsoft that would have some basis on whatever is the latest version of windows media player (I am not really up to date on windows media player versions since I use media player classic with the cccp codec pack to play my media and ps3mediaserver to stream that media to my tv) but my last experience of windows media player was to describe it as 'temperamental' at best....
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wastedcolumbo
craigstephens
[quote=wastedcolumbo]
Actually, its nothing like 'the vista/xp media centre thing', the DLNA you're all talking about works very well with windows 7.


But I am guessing there is some windows media player backbone to transcode media to a format which is accepted universally by all windows 7 compatible televisions/devices, maybe it was my esoteric collection of video files encoded in a series of different codecs and resolutions that made those media centre programs crash on a regular basis but surely that is similar to whatever code is used to transcode media on the windows 7 media server, knowing microsoft that would have some basis on whatever is the latest version of windows media player (I am not really up to date on windows media player versions since I use media player classic with the cccp codec pack to play my media and ps3mediaserver to stream that media to my tv) but my last experience of windows media player was to describe it as 'temperamental' at best....


Perhaps you might put those ending periods/full stops to better use inside your statement? I almost fainted due to not drawing breath til the very end. ;)
#11
gazjon


Perhaps you might put those ending periods/full stops to better use inside your statement? I almost fainted due to not drawing breath til the very end. ;)


Good plan though I am pretty sure I was rather sozzled whilst typing that, Saturday night programming does drive me to drink. :{

Edited By: wastedcolumbo on Sep 12, 2010 08:55: Coherence
#12
Have you been to PRC? Yes they offer 5 yr warranty but at instore prices which can be £100+ more than online. Can anyone check this?
#14
Not when you get a free 5 year waranty instore with PRC

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