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TOSHIBA 42XV505DB 42" 1080p TV £599.00 Delivered

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
High performance picture quailty from this Toshiba digital 42" Regza AV series 1080p HD ready LCD TV - with a stylish gloss black finish. 25000:1 and Game mode. Supports HDMI 1.3 and 24 fps mode.

Cheapest out there without the 5 year warrenty.
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#1
The Toshiba 42XV505DB LCD HD Ready Digital Television features Active Vision LCD, a high performance picture processing system that enhances detail, colour, movement and contrast to give a fantastic image.

Clever Luma Sens technology detects brightness levels in the room and adjusts the contrast levels, producing images of high detail while consuming less energy.

The inclusion of 1080p Full HD means that any compatible Blu-ray DVD player will give you a fantastic picture, as the director intended, when connected via an HDMI cable.

Clever SRS Wow will draw you into the viewing experience even further, using the 2 built-in front speakers to create a 3-D audio effect. You’ll really believe you’re in the crowd when watching the big match. Alternatively, a socket allows you to use your headphones so that you don’t disturb others. Or they don’t disturb you!

The Toshiba 42XV505DB also features an integrated digital tuner for a wider choice of terrestrial channels, plus connections to link the TV up to your computer, great for surfing the internet on the big screen or doing some online shopping in style!

The option to fully power down the TV allows you to switch off the set completely - the 42XV505DB won’t consume any power at all.

This television is ‘high definition ready’ which means it has the ability to display high definition signals with the addition of a separate HD receiver. HD broadcasts are at a much higher resolution than regular analogue or digital broadcasts and have greatly enhanced picture quality. The level of detail is astonishing with clearer, sharper and more vibrant images.

1080p
1080p is the purest form of high definition that a television can display. This leads to a smoother, more film-like image, which will satisfy sports and movie lovers alike. With a 1080p signal, the information that makes up an image is displayed “progressively” or all at once, rather than in an “interlaced” fashion.
Key Features
Audio qualityDifferent manufacturers use different sound systems to improve your audio experience Nicam Virtual Dolby, SRS, WOW sound

Auto setupAutomatically tunes in the channels that an aerial can receive Yes

AV inputsWhere on the TV your DVD Player or other equipment can be plugged in Rear

Brand Toshiba

Brightness 500cd/m2

Contrast ratioThe difference between the darkest black and the brightest white; greater contast produces a richer colour 25000:1

Digital tunerDigital tuners give a better quality picture and let you receive extra channels without an additional Freeview box. Yes

Dimensions H67.2 x W100.9 x D30.8cm (including stand)

FastextUpdated version of Teletext that uses coloured keys on a remote as shortcuts to particular pages Yes


HD ReadyAbility to display high-definition pictures when connected to an HD compatible device Yes

HDMI inputsHigh Definition Multimedia Interface - carries video and audio signals in digital form 3

Headphone socket Yes

Model name / number 42XV505DB

On-screen menusAccess various settings on the screen Yes

Remote control Yes

S-Video socketSeparate Video- only handles the video aspect of the signal but will give a better picture by using two separate conductors for colour and detail information. 1

SCART socketsSocket for connecting audio-visual equipment together 2

Screen formatTraditional 4:3 is used on smaller TVs. Widescreen or 16:9 is a wider 'cinema-style' format Widescreen

Screen resolutionPicture quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality 1920 x 1080

Screen size 42"

Speaker output (RMS)Measured in WATTS. The higher the number, the louder the sound! Information not available

Table Top Stand Included

Visible screen size (measured diagonally)Diagonal measurement across screen 106cm
#2
Oh and guys, I actually have this TV from end of April , the very first batch and its very good for this price, amazing in fact, I use it with my PC with HDMI as a monitor and PS3. TV is nothing special as i've seen with all these 1080p TVs, but then again I do not watch TV. I even payed cheapest then of £680.

Seems credit crunch is hitting TVs hard to our benefit.

Also this TV has no marks or blemish on it or dead pixels, and generally from avforums.com we can deduce has no issues at all compared to other sets. I had a 46 inch 1080p set from sharp which I sent back twice and got a refund cos I had all sorts of black marks on the TV when playing games and had a consistent colour moving (like the sky).

D.
#3
is this site ok i havent used them before?
#4
I've used laskeys for a dvd player. All fine, no probs at all.

Deeyup
#5
Do They Do Finance Deals>?
#6
bellows
is this site ok i havent used them before?


Laskeys is owned by Comet
#7
cheers deanos
#8
Same TV £699 from John lewis with 5 year warranty (£229.99 extra from Laskys) so cold

http://www.johnlewis.com/230478808/Product.aspx
#9
radiohead999
Same TV £699 from John lewis with 5 year warranty (£229.99 extra from Laskys) so cold

http://www.johnlewis.com/230478808/Product.aspx



Like that makes any sense, Hot here!
#10
CruisingComet
Like that makes any sense, Hot here!


I can only guess that what he means is the £100 price difference is worth it for a 5 year warranty, which would set you back the £229 price tag he quoted for a 5 year warranty from Laskys, making their price closer to £829 with the price of their warranty included... I could be wrong here though.
#11
Yeh, because paying a £100 for a five year warranty makes no sense at all? Just buy a new telly if it goes wrong after two years:whistling:
#12
radiohead999
Yeh, because paying a £100 for a five year warranty makes no sense at all? Just buy a new telly if it goes wrong after two years:whistling:


Well that makes financial sense..................not! :roll:

Based on the fact that for just £100 more for a 5 year warranty from JL (works out at 5p a day) I too vote this deal cold.
#13
simate
Well that makes financial sense..................not! :roll:

Based on the fact that for just £100 more for a 5 year warranty from JL (works out at 5p a day) I too vote this deal cold.


Ditto me too.....cold
#14
radiohead999
Same TV £699 from John lewis with 5 year warranty (£229.99 extra from Laskys) so cold

http://www.johnlewis.com/230478808/Product.aspx


I have to say i'm not too good with these things but I was wondering if this price is a mistake on john lewis's part.

If so, maybe i should get mine before they realise???

Would appreciate feedback on this please guys.

Thanx
1 Like #15
Trading Standards sale of goods act (amended) states that all electrical goods should be fit for purpose for a minimum of 6 years from sale. If it goes wrong in that time simply phone trading standards, they will email you a pre-written letter which you just amend to suit your individual story. I did it recently with an out of warranty broken Xbox 360, the supplier never admitted responsibility but sent me £100 to cover the repair. Try it folks, its true - only thing it doesnt cover is accidental damage or damage caused by yourself. Dont forget to leave me some rep for this info if it helps you out !
#16
radiohead999
Same TV £699 from John lewis with 5 year warranty (£229.99 extra from Laskys) so cold

http://www.johnlewis.com/230478808/Product.aspx


Same TV - £690 from Costco - and you can take it home and try it for three weeks and return it if you dont like it.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2867085#post2867085

So COLDER :-D
#17
Both this deal and the John Lewis deal look good, dont think this should be voted Cold, you are allowed to have more than one good deal on the same item are you not?

A 5 year warranty wouldnt really interest me as I dont keep my TV'S Long enough, sure everyone is different though.

I would buy the one at £599 as its the best price, Unless you can scrub the warranty on the John Lewis offer and they knock a couple hundred quid of the price, about £499? Naaaaa dont think it :)
#18
HDTVTEST have put the 37" version of this tv through its paces here... http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Toshiba-37XV505D/
#19
theyiddo
HDTVTEST have put the 37" version of this tv through its paces here... http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Toshiba-37XV505D/


ive got the 37" version, cant fault anything onit, its a brilliant tv at a good price, everything is just how u would want it, full hd is amazing onit too
#20
Queenie
I have to say i'm not too good with these things but I was wondering if this price is a mistake on john lewis's part.

If so, maybe i should get mine before they realise???

Would appreciate feedback on this please guys.

Thanx


Definately not a mistake, bought the exact same model from them for £729 4 weeks ago. Only complaint was that when I ordered at end of July it showed item as having more than 10 in stock, yet delivery took almost 2 weeks. Plus the delivery date was arranged within 2 days of ordering. Still don't regret buying it though.:thumbsup:
#21
radiohead999
Yeh, because paying a £100 for a five year warranty makes no sense at all? Just buy a new telly if it goes wrong after two years:whistling:

why do these only last 2 years thought they might last longer ? voted hot if you dont want to pay for 5 year warranty also there has been quite a few
companys giving long warrantys then going bust prob more likley then the tv going wrong
#22
pete_101
Definately not a mistake, bought the exact same model from them for £729 4 weeks ago. Only complaint was that when I ordered at end of July it showed item as having more than 10 in stock, yet delivery took almost 2 weeks. Plus the delivery date was arranged within 2 days of ordering. Still don't regret buying it though.:thumbsup:


Thanks for the reply.

I'll prob hold off for a bit till some discount codes arise and then go for the john lewis TV :thumbsup:

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