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Toshiba Regza 32AV615DB 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV - £279.99 delivered at Sainsburys

£279.99 @ Sainsbury's
This HD Ready LCD screen from Toshiba is a great TV, with a range of useful technologies built-in to keep the clutter down. It has a digital tuner to get Freeview, while it also has HDMI and a PC conn… Read More
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This HD Ready LCD screen from Toshiba is a great TV, with a range of useful technologies built-in to keep the clutter down. It has a digital tuner to get Freeview, while it also has HDMI and a PC connection option to watch HD television with amazing detail.

The lovely black bevelled design hides good, slim speakers that offer great stereo performance. The digital auto-tune keeps things incredibly easy, while Active Vision technology makes the TV images look their best. Component video connections let you connect a standard definition DVD player. Dynamic Contrast changes the contrast and backlight of the picture for the best possible detail in dark and light scenes.
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#1
Should be a nice tv but I'd spend the extra on a full HD tv
#2
Keer-en
Should be a nice tv but I'd spend the extra on a full HD tv


Not everyone can afford to do so.

Reasonable TV on a budget
#3
Keer-en
Should be a nice tv but I'd spend the extra on a full HD tv


That's put me off - what's the difference between HD Ready and Full HD?
#4
Holdsworth
That's put me off - what's the difference between HD Ready and Full HD?


Resolution. 720 lines instead of 1080. Well, technically they are all HD ready, its just what sort of HD.


Everything I've been told is that it makes more difference to get one that has higher refresh rate rather than worry too much about the resolution at this size.

Look for 100hz. For an extra £20 see if Richer sounds have any of the 32XV635 left (full hd and 100hz). Probably sold out by now though.
#5
Got 1 of these when amazon were selling them for the same price last year.

Well impressed with everything about it.

I have a Samsung 1080p 40" in my lounge and this is in my bedroom. You have to look close to spot the difference in picture quality! :thumbsup:
#6
Cold in light of the Richer Sounds deal. £20 extra for the 1080p, 100Hz 32XV635
#7
mas99
Resolution. 720 lines instead of 1080. Well, technically they are all HD ready, its just what sort of HD.


Everything I've been told is that it makes more difference to get one that has higher refresh rate rather than worry too much about the resolution at this size.

Look for 100hz. For an extra £20 see if Richer sounds have any of the 32XV635 left (full hd and 100hz). Probably sold out by now though.


Thank you for that - very clear explanation. :thumbsup:
#8
Holdsworth
Thank you for that - very clear explanation. :thumbsup:


Just to add that Full HD does not equate to HD Ready. A TV described as Full HD may not be compatible with Blu Ray players since Full HD is not a standard. The HD Ready 1080P is a standard and meets HD Ready requirements along with 1080P resolution from the panel (in addition to other standardisations). Since HD Ready 1080P meets the HD Ready requirements, it is guaranteed to support HDCP decoding which is required for Blu Ray playback. Indeed, some VGA only monitors are described as Full HD as are some TVs from lesser known brands.
#9
ElliottC
Just to add that Full HD does not equate to HD Ready. A TV described as Full HD may not be compatible with Blu Ray players since Full HD is not a standard. The HD Ready 1080P is a standard and meets HD Ready requirements along with 1080P resolution from the panel (in addition to other standardisations). Since HD Ready 1080P meets the HD Ready requirements, it is guaranteed to support HDCP decoding which is required for Blu Ray playback. Indeed, some VGA only monitors are described as Full HD as are some TVs from lesser known brands.


That sounds confusing as!

So your saying 1080p TV's cant play blu ray and HD ready (720p) can?

I thought being 1080p as standard meant they can play blu ray in full? Why else would they have the Full HD badge on them when its useless?
#10
Thyseus
That sounds confusing as!

So your saying 1080p TV's cant play blu ray and HD ready (720p) can?

I thought being 1080p as standard meant they can play blu ray in full? Why else would they have the Full HD badge on them when its useless?


No I did not say that at all!

Full HD is not ratified by EICTA - the body that produces the HD Ready specification (EICTA are now called Digital Europe).

HD Ready 1080P is ratified by EICTA. One of the mandates is that it supports HDCP decoding - a requirement for decoding the protection on blu ray films.

The corollary is that HD Ready 1080P (as I already stated) will decode the HDCP protection. Full HD may or may not decode it but I've already explained that so hope the rewording is less equivocal.

The Full HD badge is a term that was concocted by the TV manufacturers usually to imply a 1080P screen resolution. There's a difference between a screen resolution and the ability to perform HDCP decoding. To counter your question, why do "they" (assuming your use of they implies the TV manufacturers) display the HD Ready 1080P badge? This is how the manufacturers confuse the consumers as is evidential in your reply.
#11
nothing but trouble with our tv, been back to toshiba twice now :(

wouldn't recommend to anyone
#12
hornetcarp
nothing but trouble with our tv, been back to toshiba twice now :(

wouldn't recommend to anyone

Out of interest what's up with yours? This is the third year I've had my 32AV and it's been pretty solid the whole time. The green light will occasionally flick on but I beleive this is to do with epg updates.

Looks really good with the PS3, XBOX and PS3. SD stuff looks pretty good on it.
#13
from all my research, the only detriment of a HD ready TV at 32"is if you are are going to be using it as a collosal computer monitor, for tv watching it aint gonna make any difference as you will be at a distance where you simply cannot notice the difference,

the higher Hz are only beneficial to watching fast ball sports really can be detremental to such things as gaming,

pretty sure blu ray plays in 1080p so if you wanted the best from blu ray movies with no rescaling then 1080p would be better, most ps3 games are 720p COD 4 was only 480 or sumthing li9ke that so alot of them play better at this resolution as does sky HD which im pretty sure is only 720p

could be wrong.. ppl sleg off HD ready as its not future proff or what not but in honesty a lot of stuff isnt even done in 1080p and like i say on a set this side you wont even notice,

good price heat from me!
#14
Thyseus
That sounds confusing as!

So your saying 1080p TV's cant play blu ray and HD ready (720p) can?

I thought being 1080p as standard meant they can play blu ray in full? Why else would they have the Full HD badge on them when its useless?


You may find this interesting:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HD_ready

Oh, if Full HD guarantees Blu Ray playback, how do you expect VGA only monitors that are specified as having Full HD, to be able to play back Blu Ray films (excluding use of a computer and HDCP circumvention software)?
#15
got this for £180 at best buy when they opened in thurrock
banned#16
I think you'd be mad not to spend the extra £20 and get 1080p. much better picture quality
banned#17
joeprosho
from all my research, the only detriment of a HD ready TV at 32"is if you are are going to be using it as a collosal computer monitor, for tv watching it aint gonna make any difference as you will be at a distance where you simply cannot notice the difference,

the higher Hz are only beneficial to watching fast ball sports really can be detremental to such things as gaming,

pretty sure blu ray plays in 1080p so if you wanted the best from blu ray movies with no rescaling then 1080p would be better, most ps3 games are 720p COD 4 was only 480 or sumthing li9ke that so alot of them play better at this resolution as does sky HD which im pretty sure is only 720p

could be wrong.. ppl sleg off HD ready as its not future proff or what not but in honesty a lot of stuff isnt even done in 1080p and like i say on a set this side you wont even notice,

good price heat from me!


1080p is also better for things like PS3 and XBOX and also usually has a generally better picture quality... If buying to use for a games console the PS3 menu looks huge and harder to navigate if not using 1080p
#18
mrpremium
1080p is also better for things like PS3 and XBOX and also usually has a generally better picture quality... If buying to use for a games console the PS3 menu looks huge and harder to navigate if not using 1080p


is this guy serious, the menu looks bigger if you don't use 1080p on the ps3? i got 360 elite don't make no difference at all in menu size from my 32inch in my room whihc is 720p and the 37inch in my living room whihc is 1080p.......
#19
Noz
got this for £180 at best buy when they opened in thurrock


ditto...
#20
Bought this at christmas, its a really nice tv for the money
looks good
Easy to set up and use
Great light and colour
Good Sound
Picture is very clear and sharp...son uses it for gaming and it looks as good on his as does our 42" panny

Was the fifth flatscreen tv we have bought so have a few to compare and i would put this as second on the list in regards to quality
Well worth at this price
#21
Great TV, good price
#22
mrpremium
1080p is also better for things like PS3 and XBOX and also usually has a generally better picture quality... If buying to use for a games console the PS3 menu looks huge and harder to navigate if not using 1080p


hmm while you are right about the display being 1080p actual games are not created with such resolution as there native, this means upscaling will occur on a 1080p tv which is down to the tv and will distort the image sumwhat, this is what i was on about when i am saying a lot of games are currently 720p

im sure this wont be the case in the future so in that respect definately not a future proof tv, but it will do a job.. but then when 1080p version is only £20 more how could you say no
#23
Noz
is this guy serious, the menu looks bigger if you don't use 1080p on the ps3? i got 360 elite don't make no difference at all in menu size from my 32inch in my room whihc is 720p and the 37inch in my living room whihc is 1080p.......


if you dont have a bog standard CRT on the playstation a lot of the views and buttons on the screen are much more zoomed in and larger compared to HD, the size does change with the change in resolution setting just as it does when you change it on a PC, not sure bout Xbox
#24
in all fairness - its pointless getting a 1080p set unless ur using it on a tv at 37" or bigger

granted for the extra £20 then it prob is worth it but this £279 deal is great and ideal for gamers, blu ray movie watchers, or just for standard sd
#26
mrpremium
1080p is also better for things like PS3 and XBOX and also usually has a generally better picture quality... If buying to use for a games console the PS3 menu looks huge and harder to navigate if not using 1080p


lol what a douchbag!!!

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