TOSHIBA 42XV635DB includes TOSHIBA SD490 1080p upscaling dvd player £649.99 @ Comet( £630.49 with code) - HotUKDeals
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Bought this today at Comet. Everywhere else sells for at least £650 for the tv itself, however comet are including a TOSHIBA SD490 1080p upscaling dvd player. Use the promotional code : 3150AW to get 3% of the order bringing the total cost to £630.49. The voucher lasts till the end of august.

You can reserve online and pickup at store or just get delievered.

42XV635D :Regza XV 42XV635DB 42 inch HD Ready 1080p LCD Television with Freeview

The 42 inch REGZA XV combines HD Ready 1080p picture processing with a stylish contemporary black high-gloss design. The 42 inch XV features Resolution+ technology which enhances edge detail and texture to upscale standard definition content to near high definition quality providing clearer, sharper, richer images. The 42 inch XV delivers an amazing 100 frames per second thanks to Active Vision M100 HD Pro picture processing technology. Integrated Dolby Volume stops those annoying changes in volume levels as you switch between channels or your home entertainment systems, to provide a consistent volume level at all times.

Meta Brain: Not all TV's are born equal. MetaBrain is Toshiba's uniquely developed processing chip that acts as the brain of TV. MetaBrain drives certain features on the TV such as Resolution+, AutoView as standard features as well as variations of Active Vision Picture Processing and on selected models Dolby Volume Auto View: Auto View not only takes into account the room lighting but also analyses the content being shown in real time. The ambient light sensor constantly adjusts the LCD's backlight depending on the lighting condition in the room to provide a better viewing experience. In light rooms backlight is increased, in dark rooms backlight is dimmed 100hz: his system doubles the number of pictures projected on screen per second compared to 50Hz by simply repeating each frame. This process eliminates the flicker naturally occurring at a lower scanning speed 4 x HDMI: High-Definition Multimedia Interface is an all-digital audio/video interface capable of transmitting uncompressed streams. HDMI provides an interface between any compatible digital audio/video source and video monitor Audio Description: Audio Description (AD) provides a running commentary for viewers who are visually impaired and will benefit from the commentary. AD is available on selected Digital/ Freeview programmes Dolby Digital Plus: Dolby Di
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TV itself can be had from Currys for £619 if you enter [COLOR=#FF0000]CODE30 [/COLOR]at check-out for £30 Off.

The DVD is worth around £45, making this a decent deal if you want both.

Up to 4% cashback from Currys and 3% from Comet.

Ah that's a shame but currys didn't have one in stock near me and I wanted to pick up myself . I don't think curry offers the DVD player with it though so ten quid for that has got to be worth it .
@ redsquirrel

What do you think of it ? We'll be getting either the 42XV or 42ZV next week with a bit of luck .......
@ redsquirrel

What do you think of it ? We'll be getting either the 42XV or 42ZV next week with a bit of luck .......

seems pretty good . The tv itself looks great , it's a very good looking tv and has lots of inputs etc. HD quality is very good and sd looked fine to be honest .
Not voting either way, but don't be encouraged to buy this just because of the upscaling DVD player. Your TV probably has better upscaling filters built in anyway, so you'd probably be as well just letting your TV handle the job.
Its now down to £617.49 if you use the code 5500AW, plus the free up scaling dvd player:-D I hope it is good, i just bought one.
I've now got the 42XV635 and its a great bit of kit :)

Sound isn't fantastic but we run it through a 5.1 external amp anyway (through the optical link on the back of the TV).

Picture is very good once you've got it set up correctly and at only 25Kg its not a monster to lift either. I've also watched a few DivX movies through the USB socket on it and it supports DivX VOD :D

Fantastic TV.

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