Toshiba 42AV635DB 42" 1080p LCD TV £479 @ Currys with 5% off voucher and free delivery. 3% Quidco too!! - HotUKDeals
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*** Use Voucer Code - 5D300 for the extra 5% off***
***Quidco 3% will bring it down to £441.40** Or try topcashback for a little extra with their 1% topup christmas bonus***

Not as good a tv as the 42XV635DB but at this price it becomes a great deal.

A little info on the tv -

The Toshiba 42AV635DB 42" 1080p LCD TV will deliver you stunning picture quality rich in colour, fluidity and contrast thanks to Active Vision II picture processing technology.

This is further enhanced by the 1920 x 1080 pixel picture resolution and the Auto View feature, which automatically reads the ambient light in your room, which optimises your TV backlight settings for a clearer picture.

You can enjoy a range of Freeview digital channels with the Toshiba
42AV635DB 42" 1080p LCD TV, thanks to its built-in digital Freeview receiver. Youll also have access to digital radio stations, so you can find something for everybody to be entertained with.

For even more entertainment choice, you can also hook up a range of HD sources such as game consoles, camcorders and blu-ray players through the 4 HDMI connectors, for games, movies and video of the purest detail and clarity.

It also comes with a USB port for connecting up card readers or digital cameras, ideal for sharing photos and home movies with family and friends.

The Toshiba 42AV635DB 42" 1080p LCD TV is a smart and sleek HDTV that will look great in any home and deliver superb picture quality results.

* 15,000:1 contrast ratio
* 50hz
* Built-in digital TV tuner
* 4x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component
* Active Vision II

* NICAM stereo sound
* Resolution+ Upscaling
* Remote Control
* 649 mm Height (exc Stand)
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#1
what sort of warranty comes along with this?
#2
This is an IPS display too so it would be a nice purchase if you intend to use it as a PC monitor for graphics work, etc.
#3
knew this would happen. picked mine up from argos last night @ 479. havent rigged it up yet tho.
#4
lanc_red
knew this would happen. picked mine up from argos last night @ 479. havent rigged it up yet tho.


i reserved mine yesterday morning with argos but thought i would leave collecting until tonight to give me a chance to hunt for a better price. i did think that one of the websites may have a halloween promo on for the weekend. This was the best i could find.
#5
ghosty
what sort of warranty comes along with this?


standard 1 year or currys Whatever Happens monthly/3yr/5yr

DSGi don't do any limited cover free warranty like John Lewis, M&S etc

wish they did, would make selling a lot easier!
#6
lanc_red
knew this would happen. picked mine up from argos last night @ 479. havent rigged it up yet tho.


Wouldn't worry too much, its only s few quid
#7
slackrat77
standard 1 year or currys Whatever Happens monthly/3yr/5yr

DSGi don't do any limited cover free warranty like John Lewis, M&S etc

wish they did, would make selling a lot easier!


cheers :thumbsup:

one year kinda takes the gloss off it a bit :?

decisions, decisions :oops:
#8
got mine yeterday from argos as well *gutted* got a mate in currys would could of got me 10% as well :(

tis a good display but cant get it to do 1080p over the vga :/
#9
ghosty
cheers :thumbsup:

one year kinda takes the gloss off it a bit :?

decisions, decisions :oops:


cos Currys want you to buy their WEH warranty, which although you pay for it, has its advantages over the free ones.

freephone callout number
next day callout if you ring up to 3pm, choose your own timeslot
repair in home if possible
if not possible-loan TV set while yours is away
10 day cut off point. if your TV isnt fixed and returned within 10 days of your callout, you'll get vouchers to choose another to the same specs.
no engineer callout fee is no fault found.

none of your free warranties offer this.
#10
I bought this one last month from Amazon and have to say it's a really good tv. Heat added
#11
Can anyone tell me how well this TV performs with games (360, PS3)? Any input-lag? Having a hard time choosing between this and the RV or XV.
#12
everlast
Can anyone tell me how well this TV performs with games (360, PS3)? Any input-lag? Having a hard time choosing between this and the RV or XV.


If it really is only 50hz, I would not buy this for gaming. Some newer games only run on 60hz+ displays.
#13
This is 50htz i brought the 42xv635db and thats 100, i am over the moon with my TV
#14
Does anyone know the response time on this? If it's 8ms or under then this is a must-buy (if you have the spare cash >.<)
#15
schooleydoo
If it really is only 50hz, I would not buy this for gaming. Some newer games only run on 60hz+ displays.


That's just not correct. Every TV made since the 90s has had support for 50/60hz input. This is a legacy issue of input vs display for PAL. When connected via HDMI you will not need to worry about it but may need to set the XBox to 60hz mode for the game to run correctly on a SDTV, but that is independant of the TV: http://www.xbox.com/en-AU/support/xbox360/console/troubleshootingFAQgames.htm
#16
ZanPan
Does anyone know the response time on this? If it's 8ms or under then this is a must-buy (if you have the spare cash >.<)


Toshiba states 8ms but I doubt that is the realized input lag. But most people don't notice any lag at anything below 30ms so it's fine.
#17
Hansi
Toshiba states 8ms but I doubt that is the realized input lag. But most people don't notice any lag at anything below 30ms so it's fine.


thanks for helping with questions. Dont know loads about the tv, just know its a cracking deal
#18
Hansi
That's just not correct. Every TV made since the 90s has had support for 50/60hz input. This is a legacy issue of input vs display for PAL. When connected via HDMI you will not need to worry about it but may need to set the XBox to 60hz mode for the game to run correctly on a SDTV, but that is independant of the TV: http://www.xbox.com/en-AU/support/xbox360/console/troubleshootingFAQgames.htm


Does that mean we would then be playing the game in Standard Def only? :?
#19
Just read on the Dell website. Response time is 5ms. There shouldn't be any screen lag with games with this.
#20
Hansi
Toshiba states 8ms but I doubt that is the realized input lag. But most people don't notice any lag at anything below 30ms so it's fine.


Oh, 8ms is fine! Though, I use to have a dell monitor that was 12ms and there was screen lag with faster games like Counter strike. I read ages ago... somewhere that 8 and under should have no screen lag with even fast games.

Thanks, for the info :)
#21
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-42AV635DB-Widescreen-Freeview-Resolution/dp/B0020HR6PI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1256909164&sr=1-1

I think this is the same one on Amazon @ £479, and you can also get the Allianz extended warranties which are quite good value.
#22
Reebok Ron
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-42AV635DB-Widescreen-Freeview-Resolution/dp/B0020HR6PI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1256909164&sr=1-1

I think this is the same one on Amazon @ £479, and you can also get the Allianz extended warranties which are quite good value.


No 5% voucher or Quidco on Amazon tho. The £479 is quite a standard price. It's those 2 extras that make this deal.
#23
Zuulan
Does that mean we would then be playing the game in Standard Def only? :?


No it means that if may need to set your XBox to 60hz mode for it to display the game correctly on some SDTVs, HDMI should auto select.
#24
Does anyone know when the 5% voucher expires?
#25
everlast
Does anyone know when the 5% voucher expires?



not sure to be honest, i only saw it for the first time yesterday morning. It may be a halloween thing.
#26
schooleydoo
If it really is only 50hz, I would not buy this for gaming. Some newer games only run on 60hz+ displays.
I'd be interested to know which PS3/XBOX 360 game will not work with this set. Some evidence would be appreciated.
#27
Can you connect a Wii to this?
Cant see on product details.
Cheers
#28
Scart, composite, or component. Yes. Anyhow you like.

If you haven't tried playing your Wii via component I would heartily recommend it, it's a big improvement.
#29
does anyone know what the finance credit checking with currys is like i.e how long do they take?
i have one of these reserved in argos for £479 and was gonna get it with argos card (also need approval) but this is a better deal...
#30
got this last week.xbox360 plays perfect ,playing forza 3 no lag whatever,stunning picture,on hdmi cable,had 1080p with my pc,looks good.
#31
I found the 5% code yesterday on a compare website and posted it on hotukdeals but someone expired it which was nice!!! http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/515136/currys-voucher-5-off-over-300
#32
If you specifically want a 100HZ TV for gaming, this Amazon Toshiba model is an all round better TV, BUT it is only 37''. Similar price with the £100 cashback http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00220TIY0/ref=s9_sima_gw_s0_p23_t3?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=1RNTY5VDF6FFZ08M1G47&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=467128533&pf_rd_i=468294
#33
Not as good a tv as the 42XV635DB but at this price it becomes a great deal.


What is the difference/?
#34
I'm tempted to buy this for my student accomodation. If I get this will I have to buy a tv license? I will never actually watch tv (want to hook pc and xbox 360 up).

Cheers
#35
l33t-krew
I'm tempted to buy this for my student accomodation. If I get this will I have to buy a tv license? I will never actually watch tv (want to hook pc and xbox 360 up).

Cheers


yes. anything that CAN recieve a tv signal needs a license.
unless you can prove that you have disabled the TV tuner manually (I think)
#36
slackrat77
yes. anything that CAN recieve a tv signal needs a license.
unless you can prove that you have disabled the TV tuner manually (I think)


How much would it cost to get someone to rip out the tuner thingy? Will curries do it for me?
#37
PandaPop

tis a good display but cant get it to do 1080p over the vga :/


no tv can do 1080p over vga, its a limitation of vga itself and not the tv. you need to use a hdmi cable or dvi to hdmi cable.

im tempted to ebay my 32" Tosh and upgrade to this!
#38
l33t-krew
How much would it cost to get someone to rip out the tuner thingy? Will curries do it for me?


not intentionally!:p

i think by doing it you'll void the TV warranty too.
#39
slackrat77
not intentionally!:p

i think by doing it you'll void the TV warranty too.


Is it something that I could blag if it ever came to it? Are TV licensing people *******s?
#40
l33t-krew
Is it something that I could blag if it ever came to it? Are TV licensing people *******s?


i doubt it.
even if you didnt have a house aerial, sky,cable etc you could still be using a small portable aerial which is easily disposable.

just pay the £11 a month

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