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Toshiba 52" XV555D LCD TV 1080p with freeview plus free gold plated HDMI cable and FREE DELIVERY. £949.00 @ Digital Point

£949.00 @ Electro Centre (Digital Point)
I found this awesome deal for a Toshiba 52" 1080p LCD Freeview tv. And Free delivery. I couldn't find it cheaper so I hope this can help someone out looking for a superb quality LCD. You can also get…
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
I found this awesome deal for a Toshiba 52" 1080p LCD Freeview tv. And Free delivery. I couldn't find it cheaper so I hope this can help someone out looking for a superb quality LCD.
You can also get the wall bracket with it for £989.00

24fps Compatible-Enables the display of a 24 frames per second input at the native frame rate of the TV (50/100 Hz).
3 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.
Active Vision LCD - Toshiba's high performance and flexible picture processing system offering different picture modes.
AD (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.
Digital Approved Product - Allows a TV to receive free-to-view digital broadcasts through its standard aerial with no need for an additional digital decoder box.
Dynamic Contrast - Automatically adjusts brightness required by the signal. This system allows fine detail to be reproduced, without compromising the rendering of colourful, high-bright scenes, by dimming the backlight. Conversely, for bright scenes the backlight can be brightened to give images a new intensity.
Full Power Down - Your Toshiba LCD TV can now be fully turned off when you do not want to leave it on stand by mode.
Game Mode - A dedicated setting for Gaming enthusiasts. Select "Game Mode" when connecting your HDMI games console, the picture will automatically adjust to offer a more natural gaming picture. Offering the online gamer a distinct advantage over your rivals who don't have a dedicated Game Mode.
HD Ready 1080p - The highest definition signal currently available carries which 1080 horizontal lines of information progressivvely scanned to create a high definition image (1920 x 1080).
Luma Sens - Auto Contrast feature - working closely with the Dynamic Contrast backlight, but takes things a stage further by measuring the ambient light in the room, automatically adjust the picture accordingly depending on if you are watching your REGZA LCD in a dark or light environment. Offering a better picture quality it, makes the TV run more efficiently and consume less energy.
Regza Link - Product is compatible with all other products within the Regza range.
SRS WOW - Enhanced 3-dimensional sound from stereo speakers

Specification

Attributes
3D Digital Comb Filter Yes
Active Vision LCD Yes
Auto Contrast (Light Sensor) Yes
Auto Description Yes
Brightness (cd/m2) 500
DCDi Faroudja Yes
Digital Noise Reduction Yes
Dymanic Contrast Ratio 30000:1
Exact Scan Mode Yes
Full Power Down Option Yes
Game Mode Yes
HD Ready 1080p Yes
MPEG Noise Reduction Yes
PC Fine Mode Yes
Regza Link Yes
Resolution 1920 x 1080p
Screen Format 16:9
Selectable Picture Format Yes
Standard TV Upscaling Yes
Viewing Angle 178
Visible Screen Size 132 CM

Audio
Bass Boost Yes
Internal Speakers ON/OFF Yes
NICAM Stereo Yes
Sound Output (RMS)W 20
SRS WOW® Yes
Stable Sound Yes

Connections
Analogue Audio Input Yes
Component Video Yes
DVB Common Interface Yes
Fixed/Variable Audio Output Yes
HDMI 3
Headphone Yes
Optical Digital Audio Output Yes
PC input Yes
RGB (via Scart) 1
SCART 2
Side AV Input Yes
Sub-woofer Audio Output Yes

Interactive Features

Digital Text Yes
Electronic Programme Guide 8 Days
Fastext Yes
Favourite Channel Memory Yes
Now and Next Information Yes
Text Page Memory Yes

Other Features
Integrated Signal Amplifier Yes
Off Timer Yes
Panel Lock Yes
Pedestal Stand Yes
Wall Mountable Yes

Tuning

Analogue Tuner Yes
Auto Set-up Yes
Digital Ready Yes
Freeview Digital Tuner Yes
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banned#1
Anygood?
#2
Hackintosh
Anygood?


not when you know where the shop is based i would avoid this like the plague because i guarantee you have issue and you will be on your own.
#3
polly69
not when you know where the shop is based i would avoid this like the plague because i guarantee you have issue and you will be on your own.


Sorry but I have to say you're talking Abslolute Cr*p!! I ordered a tv from teleworld mid December and just had to cancel it because it still hasn't arrived!
So i ordered my 50" plasma from these because they have very GOOD COSTOMER REVIEWS.
after paying through their very secure website, I had a phone call within one hour to say my tv will be delivered the next day and it was!
How can you fault that????
I wouldn't post deals if i thought the company's are dodgy!!!!! :x
The deal is good so what's with the cold vote? jeese, this site!!!
#4
Nice find Hot!
#5
Djnino
Sorry but I have to say you're talking Abslolute Cr*p!! I ordered a tv from teleworld mid December and just had to cancel it because it still hasn't arrived!
So i ordered my 50" plasma from these because they have very GOOD COSTOMER REVIEWS.
after paying through their very secure website, I had a phone call within one hour to say my tv will be delivered the next day and it was!
How can you fault that????
I wouldn't post deals if i thought the company's are dodgy!!!!! :x
The deal is good so what's with the cold vote? jeese, this site!!!


Take a pill, man.
#6
Impressed with Toshiba products but only gripe with the LCD I have is
you can not put the freeview channels in the desired order.Is that
possible with the higher spec models like this?
[mod]#7
hot! heat added
#8
the porter
its an lcd it will be shocking with sd avoid or go plasma


I have a LCD Toshiba 37" and the SD from it's inbuilt digital freeview is superb. The model I have is over a year old now, though it was one of the first to have standard upscaling. Most customer reviews back this up.

Not sure about this model, but I would hazard a guess that it uses even more advanced upscaling and would give a good picture. I doubt pretty much every manufacturer would be moving to LCD if they couldn't replicate the SD performance of plamsa.

Nice deal :thumbsup:
#9
You won't find another 52" Full HD LCD Toshiba at this price!

Hot!!
#10
Good deal for a big telly.
#11
the porter
its an lcd it will be shocking with sd avoid or go plasma


Where did you get that from? I have a 40" lcd and the sd is great.
It maybe slightly worse on this due to the huge size but not due to the panel technology.
#12
the porter
again a 37 inch lcd will be ok for sd but anything over 40 and an lcd will struggle to handle sd especially motion especially football the mosquito effect and triple ball just ruins it


I don't see how a plasma would handle it any better though. Triple ball? You are thinking of the old old lcd's. As for fast motion - how will a plasma be any better? This is why they have DCDi Faroudja.
#13
the porter
its an lcd it will be shocking with sd avoid or go plasma


I would have to agree with you as we have a Panasonic Plasma and a smaller Toshiba LCD and well its like comparing apples to oranges when it comes to SD playback. Saying that, Toshiba has released a TV with with Resolution+ which uses the same Cell processor as in the PS3 to power its upscaling. Interesting read can be found here http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2009/01/08/Toshiba-46ZV555D-46in-LCD-TV/p2

And this deal is hot as I have yet to see a 52" under 1k from a reputable brand. Just don't expect SD to blow your socks off like HD as this is an older model.
#14
Plasmas naturally handle SD material better than LCDs. For a screen this size, I would personally be looking at plasmas and not LCDs.

You can get the Panasonic 50" 1080p plasma for under £1000, and it seems the Pioneer Kuro 50" is coming down in price, and can be had for under £1500. The Pioneer is perhaps the best plasma screen ever made, and will be made for a while (Pioneer have ceased plasma production).
#15
the porter
And also with lcds which we havent got into yet is clouding which is even more off putting imo which you do not get on a plasma.but if your main use for this tv is ps3 xbox 360 and blurays it will be fine but if you want to watch corrie or sd footy it will hurt your eyes.


I'm guessing if people are capable of spending £1k on a telly then they could afford £49 for Sky HD installation plus subscription, and with more and more programmes moving to HD (Simpsons premiered at the weekend) the SD issue may become defunct.

I'd still rather wait until all of the above is much cheaper :)
#16
the porter
And also with lcds which we havent got into yet is clouding which is even more off putting imo which you do not get on a plasma.but if your main use for this tv is ps3 xbox 360 and blurays it will be fine but if you want to watch corrie or sd footy it will hurt your eyes.


And if you have a plasma your xbox, ps3, etc. may leave screen burn. I'm sure there are many threads debating lcd vs plasma but the deal is still hot.
#17
Depends on what you prefer. Comming from a 32" Phillips CRT I was dissapointed when I got my similarly sized Toshiba. The SD nowhere near as good, the black levels left a lot to be desired and colours not as natural. Plasmas tend to look more like conventional CRTs in that sense and with superior motion handling, better black levels and less issues such as clouding, limited viewing angles (one some panels) and possible dead pixels. Screen burn is a non issue nowadays assuming that you lower the brightness and contrast for the first 200 hours you use the TV. Only Image retention occurs when you are stupid enough to leave a static screen on for hours an even then.. Its gone after a while.
#18
I know HD is High Definition but what is 'SD'?

I am in a market for a new telly so may be interested.
#19
SD = Standard Definition
#20
weiran
Plasmas naturally handle SD material better than LCDs. For a screen this size, I would personally be looking at plasmas and not LCDs.

You can get the Panasonic 50" 1080p plasma for under £1000, and it seems the Pioneer Kuro 50" is coming down in price, and can be had for under £1500. The Pioneer is perhaps the best plasma screen ever made, and will be made for a while (Pioneer have ceased plasma production).


Dude, I would LOVE for you to tell me where you can get the PDP LX 5090 for £1500! Cheers!:thumbsup:
#21
ballbhoy
I'm guessing if people are capable of spending £1k on a telly then they could afford £49 for Sky HD installation plus subscription, and with more and more programmes moving to HD (Simpsons premiered at the weekend) the SD issue may become defunct.

I'd still rather wait until all of the above is much cheaper :)


Makes no real difference as 95%+ of SKY HD broadcasts are still SD, i.e. Corrie in HD?, Eastenders? Top gear?, etc.

Most of the content being watched at this time is still SD, and thus will look sub-optimal on any 50"+ LCD unit that I have witnessed (will even seem an embarrassing backward step compared to a decent CRT that most folks have moved from!).

As you say (and to be fair) you are probably better off waiting if you can.
#22
Good deal for a MASSIVE telly!

Too big for me as it would be bigger than my room :)

Voted Hot!!!!!
#23
the porter


But that means £1500 was a £163 pounds exaggeration? OK, thanks.:roll:
#24
Just make sure you pay by credit (either credit card or their own offering of credit loan).

Can't be too careful at the moment.
#25
the porter
its an lcd it will be shocking with sd avoid or go plasma


Stop chatting rubbish!!
This may well be the fact a few years back but LCD tech has advanced massively and their are now some superb LCD's that handle SD just fine! The new Sony W4500 range is simply stunning on both SD and HD source!
#26
its a big one :thumbsup:
49 inch x 32.2 inch approx
i phoned the store and after being told to contact toshbia at first i final managed to explain that if i am will to spend nearly a grand he could spend less than a minute with his tape measure.:x
stock is brand new so i have been told
#27
the porter
your wrong there is no lcd fact that can touch a plasma for sd hd no problem but sd they are light years behind plasma :)and when i say plasma i mean a top end plasma pio panny !


Have to agree, I have both a 32" LCD sharp and a 40" panny plasma, and the panny, even with the larger screen is way ahead on SD.
#28
Anyone tried a Xbox360 on one of these babies?
#29
Ok this is around the size I am looking for, however regarding all this talk of LCD v. Plasma, I have a very bright room and I was told by a tech that I should go for LCD, all I want is the best pic for the buck, thoughts?

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