TOSHIBA 42X3030D 42" 1080P LCD TV - £817 DELIVERED + 3.5% QUIDCO! - HotUKDeals
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Stunning deal at Curry's on this with the discount codes floating around (attached) - £817 with the £80 off £800 code - also get 3.5% quidco too - so if it tracks thats a 42" 1080P display for around £790!

* HD 1080p Ready for a vividly real Image * Active Vision LCD image technology

* Receive up to 41 digital TV channels * SRS WOW Virtual Surround Sound

* Twin HDMI digital connectivity * 178 degrees Viewing angles

* 2 No of Scarts * Stand Included * Wall Mountable * Parental Lock

Enjoy :)
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#1
Hot.

Can someone please read this http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=524919 and tell me if it does 1:1 PM (not in the manual)?

If so looks like a good alternative to Sharp.
#2
Erm do it yourself?
#4
Chanser
Erm do it yourself?


Yep, as if I have nothing else to do but read staff on some forums.
#5
Well search for it, then if it isn't there we'll help.
#6
I have the 37c3030d and it's a fantastic set so this must be blazin.
#7
what a headache ordering on website, put extra item to get over 900 but would only give me 80 off and then the joke of the delivery slot please specify 3 days when you will be in from 8am to 8pm!!!!!!!
#8
olmer
Hot.

Can someone please read this http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=524919 and tell me if it does 1:1 PM (not in the manual)?

If so looks like a good alternative to Sharp.


Read it yourself. :p


I dont know if it will support 1:1 exactly, but it will definantly do it with at least some overscan, 1360x768. - Which to me looks crystal clear anyway.
#9
i have this tv an i think its superb by the way i dont watch much telly
well worth it at that prive aswell

i paid just under a grand for it with a stand
#10
Just found a review of the tv and here's a quote from review saying it has! "With Exactscan (1:1 mapping) enabled over HDMI and component," but it also states in the conclusion that it's only capable of "1366x768 from the vga port", so from that information i guess it means if your connecting your pc to it best connection would be to the HDMI port for full 1920x1080 resolution for that you would need a HDMI>HDMI lead or failing that a DVI-D>HDMI lead the latter wont have any audio through the tv though.

Full review here : http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Toshiba-42X3030D/
#11
....what pleasent people we have round here now :(
#12
Its got a blazing review here...

http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2007/05/11/Toshiba-Regza-42X3030D-42in-LCD-TV/p1

And for the people having a pop at olmer for asking for help - shame on you!
#13
Why don't new TVs have component? Is it something the manufacturers are trying to phase out?
#14
mikeyp
They also have the 37" version which works out at £729 with code.


I have the 37" model, and it's very good on SD sources too, such as TiVo and DVD. One criticism of the Sharp models was bad SD upscaling but the Tosh is excellent. The internal EPG for freeview is good, and a PS3 through HDMI looks suitably lovely too.
The only thing I dislike is the lack of discreet input-source codes on the remote, and slow source switching.
suspended#15
waiting for Z series with 100hz and hdmi 1.3. wouldnt mind x.y colour too!

no point buying a new tv with these new technologies missing.
#16
Yeah but at what price will a new TV with those new features be?
#17
Reading that avforums thread and jumping to the last pages, there seems to be some debate as to how well this set displays blu-ray films via a PS3.
#18
hajj_3
waiting for Z series with 100hz and hdmi 1.3. wouldnt mind x.y colour too!

no point buying a new tv with these new technologies missing.


If you wait for the new technologies you'd never buy anything, what with the rate of development in the entertainment market.

Does anybody rate renting a TV (so you can get the afore mentioned new technologies updated all the time?).

I've never rented but would be interested to hear other opinions...
#19
For people interested in this machine

It gets good reviews everywhere
Not many faults raised in forums
It does 1:1 pixel mapping over component and HDMI
it does not do [email protected] for those wanted 24fps action from their PS3 blue ray

Still very tempting at this price though. But looks like 1080p is becoming the norm and prices will fall further.
voted hot regardless
#20
Have ordered but just looked at the quido info and it says:-

Currys
(0 - 1 days,
0 day average)

Tracking Reliability
Low (0% tracked,
100% enquiries of which
0% successful so far)

Payment Speed

so will i get my quido from curries??
#21
If your quidco has tracked, then I dont see a problem.
banned#22
olmer
Yep, as if I have nothing else to do but read staff on some forums.

And we don't ;-)
#23
would it be cheaper to get this from Dixons using code+eggcards 7% +quidco?
#24
Brightness 500 cd/m2 The greater the brightness the better quality of the picture usually is. However the actual picture quality is determined by how well the brightness and contrast of the TV work together


Well that would be fine if they told us what the contrast was :thinking: Duh
#25
my quidco has already tracked on it :)
#26
olmer
Hot.

Can someone please read this http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=524919 and tell me if it does 1:1 PM (not in the manual)?

If so looks like a good alternative to Sharp.


I'll do it right after I've wiped your bottom sir:p
#27
When your on the page where you enter the discount code and i enter the code for £80 off £800 the screen refresh's but no discount is shown....does the discount show here or at the very end when inputting your card details.

Also does adding a extra item to knock the price over £900 make the £90 off £900 code work

Great tv & great find by the way, been hanging on for a decent 1080p tv & a decent price, and this looks all good to me
#28
currys have put the price of tv up so this price no longer comes up damn also as this tv no longer is an issue with the 24fps what is the next best 1080p tv thanks:?
#29
woo crafty.

i bet they put the price back down on the 2nd of August when the offer codes they have expire.

I have already had the full confirmation so mine has gone through :)
#30
Typical, was in the process of throwing a order in then
#31
acemelhaz
currys have put the price of tv up so this price no longer comes up damn also as this tv no longer is an issue with the 24fps what is the next best 1080p tv thanks:?

The Sharps, 37" for less than £800.
#32
I would never order something like this from Currys, discount or no discount! They're customer service is shocking, if you have any problems you'll be in for a real fight getting a refund or replacement. I'd rather go for a John Lewis pricematch and get a 5yr warranty and no fuss if you need something sorting out
#33
this set is at empire direct for £899 worth getting john lewis pricematch and 5 years warranty on it i think
http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/content/products/list.aspx?s=42X3030D
#34
Yup, expired :(
#35
speedski
woo crafty.

i bet they put the price back down on the 2nd of August when the offer codes they have expire.


Yep, they have! How sneaky!:x

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