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Toshiba Regza 32AV615DB 32-inch HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview NOW £299.99 @ Amazon

£299.99 @ Amazon
Further £10 price reduction! And the outstanding Amazon customer support! Bargain at this price! Nectar points available. Technical Details Attributes 3D Digital Comb Filter: Yes Active Vision… Read More
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Further £10 price reduction! And the outstanding Amazon customer support! Bargain at this price! Nectar points available.

Technical Details

Attributes
3D Digital Comb Filter: Yes
Active Vision LCD: Yes
Auto Backlight Control: Yes
Auto Description: Yes
Brightness (cd/m2): 500
Digital Noise Reduction: Yes
Dymanic Contrast Ratio: 18000:1
Full Power Down Option: Yes
HD Ready: Yes
MPEG Noise Reduction: Yes
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Response Time (G to G): 8 ms
Screen Format: 16:9
Screen Size: 30" - 39"
Selectable Picture Format: Yes
Viewing Angle: 178
Visible Screen Size: 81 CM
Audio
Bass Boost: Yes
NICAM Stereo: Yes
Sound Output (RMS)W: 20
Stable Sound: Yes
Connections
Analogue Audio Input: Yes
Component Video: Yes
Composite Video: Yes
DVB Common Interface: Yes
HDMI: 3
Headphone: Yes
PC input: Yes
RGB (via Scart): 1
SCART: 2
S-video: Yes
Dimensions
Depth: 91 mm
Height: 525 mm
Weight: 12.3 Kg
Width: 786 mm
Other Features
Integrated Signal Amplifier: Yes
Off Timer: Yes
Panel Lock: Yes
Wall Mountable: Yes
Tuning
Analogue Tuner: Yes
Auto Set-up: Yes
Digital Ready: Yes
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41GSWC4BkpL._SS400_.jpg
#2
Thats a great price, good spot, hot
#3
Not a bad price for a known make TV
#4
Anyone know if this TV is better than the 32xv553db, apart from this one being HD Ready and not Full HD (although at 32" I doubt u will notice the difference)?

EMMA
xxx
#5
Sorry, double post.
#6
emmacowley
Anyone know if this TV is better than the 32xv553db, apart from this one being HD Ready and not Full HD (although at 32" I doubt u will notice the difference)?

EMMA
xxx


this will be equivalent to the 32AV555/553, essentially its the replacement model. as far as i remember the only difference between the AV and the XV was the full HD

voted hot anyay, this is a real bargain
#7
emmacowley
Anyone know if this TV is better than the 32xv553db, apart from this one being HD Ready and not Full HD (although at 32" I doubt u will notice the difference)?

EMMA
xxx


Yeah you probably won't notice the difference, but if you are using the screen to view fine detial (ie. when connected to your PC) you will notice some difference. Generally you won't notice any difference though using it as a TV.

The XV range are full HD (1080p) and AV are standard HD Ready (720p.) I think what's in question here is the numbers in the product code. The XV553/555 and AV553/555 models have a rounded and shiny frame. This model (the 615) has a duller looking and more angular frame, so cosmetically they are different.) I don't know if the 615 range are better than the 553/555 range though. This TV looks older than my 553 model, if that's anything to go by.
#8
emmacowley
Anyone know if this TV is better than the 32xv553db, apart from this one being HD Ready and not Full HD (although at 32" I doubt u will notice the difference)?

EMMA
xxx


I have the 32XV555DB, and if you're just watching freeview, there is no difference with it being full HD at the moment. Presumeably in the future, when freeview is also in full HD, there will be a difference.

If you are watching full HD content such as Blu ray, or certain PS3/xbox 360 games, then there is an obvious difference in quality between 720p and 1080p. Although the difference is probably less noticeable, the further away you sit from the screen.

In my case, I'm very happy to have full 1080p resolution, as I have a PS3/Blu ray player, and the tv is about 6 feet away from where I'd normally sit and watch it.
#9
anyone know if this will give a better / worse picture than the 37" Elonex LCD TV thats recently been posted for about the same price?? (http://hotukdeals.com/item/417674/elonex-37-hd-ready-lcd-tv-gloss-bla/)
#10
meclive
anyone know if this will give a better / worse picture than the 37" Elonex LCD TV thats recently been posted for about the same price?? (http://hotukdeals.com/item/417674/elonex-37-hd-ready-lcd-tv-gloss-bla/)


Depends on what your primarly using the tv for. The toshiba has freeview and the Elonex doesn't, the Toshiba is only 720p however the Elonex is 1080i (which is slightly better). Toshiba has 3 Hdmi ports, 1 more than the Elonex. I have the Toshiba 32AV555, its a great Tv, use it in the bedroom, hooked up to WDTV, and XBox and it does me... Personally I'd go with the Toshiba.
#11
korglegend
Depends on what your primarly using the tv for. The toshiba has freeview and the Elonex doesn't, the Toshiba is only 720p however the Elonex is 1080i (which is slightly better). Toshiba has 3 Hdmi ports, 1 more than the Elonex. I have the Toshiba 32AV555, its a great Tv, use it in the bedroom, hooked up to WDTV, and XBox and it does me... Personally I'd go with the Toshiba.


id be using it with virgin media and my standard dvd player.
#12
Cheers, was going to get the Toshiba but for the extra £30 you get a built in freeview.

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/hitachi/ut32mh70/hita-ut32mh70

Free next day delivery if you sign up for Amazon prime trial just be sure to turn off the auto subscribe feature.
#13
meclive;5432874
anyone know if this will give a better / worse picture than the 37" Elonex LCD TV thats recently been posted for about the same price?? (http://hotukdeals.com/item/417674/elonex-37-hd-ready-lcd-tv-gloss-bla/)


I'd second the vote for the Toshiba, though it's interesting to see many are pleased with their Elonex/Hannspree branded sets.

Despite the obvious difference in size, the Toshiba is a much nicer looking set. Toshiba have been manufacturing some great 32" sets over the years. Plus the availability of spares should it ever require repair is also worth noting.
#14
korglegend
the Toshiba is only 720p however the Elonex is 1080i


I was always under the impression HD ready TV's were at least 720p/1080i. Is this not the case?
#15
^ Both 1080i and 720p are HD ready, 1080p is full HD. Most LCD's which are HD ready have 1080 resolution (not P) and can play 720p. Most (if not all?) plasmas that are HD ready only have 720 resolution or slightly less
#16
meat_cleaver
Cheers, was going to get the Toshiba but for the extra £30 you get a built in freeview.

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/hitachi/ut32mh70/hita-ut32mh70

Free next day delivery if you sign up for Amazon prime trial just be sure to turn off the auto subscribe feature.


Tbh I'd spend the extra 30 quid to get a better quality screen but each to their own. Also 720p is fine for 32" unless you do a lot of gaming and sit really close to it, you'd be hard found to distinguish the difference beween them. I have the older AV555 model and HD on it looks great.

Voted hot.
#17
Hot! got this recently to replace my 18month old Samsung 32" LCD (which was stolen after a break-in) and I've been well impressed - picture quality is stunning, and visibly better than the Samsung I had previously.

A bargain at under £300!
#18
good deal HOT
#19
Very tempted by this,is this better than the Samsung LE32B450C4 which Amazon are selling for
£349.99 ?


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LE32B450C4-32-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B001UE8LV0/ref=pd_cp_ce_1
#20
emmacowley
Anyone know if this TV is better than the 32xv553db, apart from this one being HD Ready and not Full HD (although at 32" I doubt u will notice the difference)?

EMMA
xxx


The 32XV555 definetly has a better spec than this and has received a lot of positive reviews. However Richer Sounds seem to have sold all of theirs and the cheapest I can see now is Laskys at £399 (Is That You in the photo?)
#21
skinrush
I have the 32XV555DB, and if you're just watching freeview, there is no difference with it being full HD at the moment. Presumeably in the future, when freeview is also in full HD, there will be a difference.
....


I believe that when Freeview roll-out high definition broadcasts that the current TV's, even those that are HD ready in any way, will not be able to process and display the higher grade transmission, as their receivers are not HD compatible. There have been some standalone set top box receivers that can do this, but most boxes and TVs out there can't.
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happy days
Very tempted by this,is this better than the Samsung LE32B450C4 which Amazon are selling for
£349.99 ?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LE32B450C4-32-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B001UE8LV0/ref=pd_cp_ce_1


I was thinking of this one but the £50 saving swing it for me... now have my first main lcd tv lols. if u want the samsung john lewis do it for £349 WITH 5 years warranty (and its easier to return to store if you have one nearby)
#23
squidworth
I was thinking of this one but the £50 saving swing it for me... now have my first main lcd tv lols. if u want the samsung john lewis do it for £349 WITH 5 years warranty (and its easier to return to store if you have one nearby)



Thanks, might save £50 and go for this toshi model.
#24
sundayraver
^ Both 1080i and 720p are HD ready, 1080p is full HD. Most LCD's which are HD ready have 1080 resolution (not P) and can play 720p. Most (if not all?) plasmas that are HD ready only have 720 resolution or slightly less


LCD and Plasma's both vary a lot between Full HD and HD Ready, but you saying " Most (if not all?) plasmas that are HD ready only have 720 resolution or slightly less" is so, so wrong.

There are many, many Full HD plasmas on sale, in fact, probably more than HD Ready ones.

Oh, and it's pretty much impossible to buy a plasma now that isn't at least 720p.
#25
would this be easily wall mountable?
#26
yeah it has a 200 x 200mm vesa mount.
#27
Expire. its gone up today to £309.99
#28
This is now down to £289.99

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