Toshiba 48" Full HD TV with Freeview from Tesco Direct £354 with code - HotUKDeals
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Seems a good price, considering that other "minor brands" have been voted hot. Use code TDXR-PYRT to bring it down to that price. Maybe also TCB o Quico?

Framerate seems good, it has NOT freeview HD but for people like me willing to connect a Chromecast/NowTV box should be fine anyway. Can't find any reviews but seems a nice deal, 3 HDMI should be enough.

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#1
I bought this exact tv during the recent football/world cup surge on large screen models and from same retailer it was 399.00 then, but came with a free 5 year guarentee included. The quality of this set is better than my previous Sony model and it has remarkable picture and sound quality. Freeview although not HD is nice and clear. I say snap it up at this price if you want a decent edge lit LED tv.
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Full HD Telly....crippled by a SD Freeview Tuner....48" Inches of SD TV - yeuchhhh.......why oh why ?

Edited By: Northerndave on Jul 31, 2014 01:37
#3
wish it had freeview hd... would buy it instantly
#4
Are Toshiba's cheaper TVs just the usual supermarket brand rubbish with a more well known name slapped on them?

Also, with no Freeview HD tuner, this is a pretty limited stand alone product for actually watching television.
#5
Northerndave
Full HD Telly....crippled by a SD Freeview Tuner....48" Inches of SD TV - yeuchhhh.......why oh why ?


Not a problem if you have youview, sky or virgin
#6
matt101101
Are Toshiba's cheaper TVs just the usual supermarket brand rubbish with a more well known name slapped on them?

Also, with no Freeview HD tuner, this is a pretty limited stand alone product for actually watching television.

I think this will be a proper Toshiba it used to be if they were 32"" and under you had to be careful a quick google should help you just to be sure.
#7
Northerndave
Full HD Telly....crippled by a SD Freeview Tuner....48" Inches of SD TV - yeuchhhh.......why oh why ?
Why on earth would you watch terrestrial TV anyhow?!

Netflix, Blu-rays and gaming... that's all our TV's are used for.
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I bought this TV for my games room so wasn't interested in Freeview HD and I don't even use the standard Freeview. There are plenty of inputs 3 HDMI's for the 360/PS3/4, scart for the Mega Drive, VGA for Dreamcast, component for the GameCube and composite for the SNES so I have everything covered.

The remote is light but sturdy, and more importantly the TV menus are responsive when using it and I seem to find the right buttons in the dark.

The TV turns on quickly (my old LG used to take a good 30 seconds to turn on) and the USB has played everything I've thrown at it so far. The picture quality is great and the TVs frame is only about 2cm all round.

Sound quality is turd like all LED TVs, I use mine with an Xrocker 2.1 gaming chair, get yourselves something similar, or a soundbar/speaker set up or even a decent headset if you plan on mainly gaming.

Only neg I can think of really is the dynamic contract can be noticeable, and turning it off doesn't seem to turn it fully off , but it's not enough to annoy, just sometimes noticeable on full black frames.

Oh and other sight neg is there's no auto select on inputs, just me being lazy, but at least as mentioned the remote and tv is responsive so you can quickly flick between inputs.
#9
Picture-quality wise, this or the Finlux? http://www.finluxdirect.com/all-tvs/50-full-hd-smart-eled-freeview-hd-tv-50fme242b-t/invt/50fme242b-t

Not worried about Freeview HD, and is SMART functionality all that? Just checking the weather and facebook on your TV? Seems a little over-fancy to me!
#10
Has this got a Samsung panel inside? I am right in thinking all 48" panels are made by samsung?
#11
Lutzie
Why on earth would you watch terrestrial TV anyhow?!

Netflix, Blu-rays and gaming... that's all our TV's are used for.


Yeah c'mon guys, who uses a TV to watch TV? Crazy!

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