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Toshiba Regza 32AV615DB 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview at Amazon £289.99 Delivered!

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Toshiba Regza 32AV615DB 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview at Amazon £289.99 Delivered! Available at PRC Direct for around the same price and gets four and a half stars on Amazon from… Read More
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Toshiba Regza 32AV615DB 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview at Amazon £289.99 Delivered!

Available at PRC Direct for around the same price and gets four and a half stars on Amazon from 135 reviews

Technical Details

* 32" LCD TV - HD ready
* Widescreen
* 1366 X 768 pixels screen resolution
* Powerful in-built speakers
* Contemporary black gloss finish, with narrow bezels

Box Contains
# 32AV615DB LCD TV
# Remote Control
# 2 x AA Batteries
# Instruction Manual
# Pedestal Stand
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#1
Manufacturer's Description

The REGZA AV61 series is the ideal digital and HD Ready LCD TV for the budget-conscious home. The series features Active Vision, our high performance picture processing technology. This technology is constantly evolving to take advantage of technical advancements designed to enhance the colour, detail, movement and contrast of the images you watch. Available in 26, 32 and 37 inch screen sizes, the AV61 series boasts a contemporary black gloss finish, with narrow bezels and new slim speakers. The stylish design hides a wealth of technology, including 3 x HDMI™ slots, a PC Input connection and powerful audio performance from the integrated stereo speakers


Digital TV

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Between now and the end of 2012 the UK will be turning off all old “analogue” TV transmitters and switching your TV signal to “digital”. Digital TV offers new ways to enjoy your TV. You will have a greater choice of TV channels as well as access to additional features and services which will enhance your TV-watching experience. When the digital switch happens in your area, your older analogue TVs will no longer be able to pick up a signal. To keep your normal TV service running, you will need to convert your TVs to digital before your area’s switchover date.


Switching your home to digital is easy. All you need to do is purchase digital tuner and connect it to your analogue TV or alternatively, you can replace it with a new digital TV. All Toshiba LCD TVs carry the Digital Tick and come with Freeview built-in, making them the ideal option for preparing your home for the digital switch.


Active Vision
Active Vision is our acclaimed high performance picture processing system. It has been designed to produce high quality, high definition images by enhancing core elements of a television picture:

Detail: Images are now spread over a larger number of smaller pixels compared to a conventional LCD TV.

Colour: Active Vision reproduces colours with more tones than conventional LCD televisions, producing images with reduced banding for a smoother, more realistic colour progression.

Movement: Picture sharpness in fast moving scenes is increased, with a reduction in the jagged edges often seen on lines and fine detail.

Contrast: The monitoring and adjustment of contrast, enhances detail and increases the ability of the television to represent subtle shade changes.


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Dynamic Contrast

Dynamic Contrast decreases the TV’s backlight brightness in dark scenes and increases brightness in highly-lit scenes. Getting the best picture detail requires the right balance between brightness and contrast, too much or too little of either is a problem.
Toshiba’s Dynamic Contrast technology automatically adjusts the LCD panel backlight, depending on the level of brightness required by the original signal. Dimming the backlight enables the system to reproduce fine detail and render dark scenes more realistically, with blacks having much greater depth. Increasing backlight brightness for scenes requiring more colour, produces more vibrant images with a greater intensity.


HDMI
Put simply, HDMI is the new industry standard for the connection of home entertainment equipment.
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) connections between TV, DVD and other digital equipment are gradually replacing older SCART connections and make it possible to deliver high definition pictures and sound to your HD Ready TV.

The REGZA AV61 Series has 3 HDMI connections, making it possible to connect 3 HD sources (satellite -TV, DVD, games consoles etc) to your TV at any one time.
#2
same price here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/520690/toshiba-32-lcd-32av615db-289-69-prc , but would prefer amazon voted hott .
#3
Must be a great telly as it has its own website :-D
#4
Shambles
Must be a great telly as it has its own website :-D


OMG thats quite funny a TV having its own website lol
#5
Shambles
Must be a great telly as it has its own website :-D


most tvs have there own webistes now well most things just search for a model in yahoo or google , i think they have some autmaated service online ..
#6
given a choice, would it be better to have this unit of this Samsung one, just on TV specs rather than 5yr Warranty..
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/522631/samsung-series-4-450-32-le32b450-hd
#7
great tv, good price.

Just a word of caution, some of the 32" regza tv's develop a firmware fault after trying to retune freeview after the digital switchovers. Toshiba know about this and at the moment fix the tuner fault for free, some tech guy comes round and puts a card in the back.
#8
saw this yesterday but didnt think it was worth posting seems a normal price for me
#9
"Detail: Images are now spread over a larger number of smaller pixels compared to a conventional LCD TV."

Oh per-lease. Pure garbage, even for 2007 or whenever this was launched. This ****** old panel has 1/2 the amount of pixels as a new Full HD panel and as for that joke of a 'dynamic contrast' picture...

Quite laughable, and obviously old stock to be dumped onto a gullible buyers.
#10
I wouldn't be bothered with 1080p on a TV this size unless I was connecting to a PC.
Its a very good price for a TV which is perfect for most people not falling for the 1080p hype.
#11
I bought this from Amazon last week for 299.99 for our bedroom. Good TV with plenty of HDMI points as well which is nice, oh and the Toshiba writing on the front lights up which looks quite nice. Don't listen to people slating the TV it is excellent value for money and if you look on the comments on Amazon it has an excellent write up.
#12
londislagerhound - How am I a gullible buyer??? What more do you want for under 300 quid?
suspended#13
nice.
#14
I got this TV from Amazon about 2 months ago for £10 more, and I think it's brilliant for the price. Haven't had any problems with it at all.
#15
hondar
I wouldn't be bothered with 1080p on a TV this size unless I was connecting to a PC.
Its a very good price for a TV which is perfect for most people not falling for the 1080p hype.


Couldn't agree more. Top tv.

nice sig btw :thumbsup:
#16
"1080P hype". ********.

They said the same thing about widescreen.

See many 4x3 TV's these days do you?
#17
I was thinking about 32AV635DB, because it is Full HD and has USB port.
But then got confused, because some websites (Pixmania) shows it as Full HD, and for instance Amazon has it as HD Ready.
does it make any difference - HD ready of full HD? and do you think it is an advantage to have a USB port?
thanks.
#18
abusdiad
I was thinking about 32AV635DB, because it is Full HD and has USB port.
But then got confused, because some websites (Pixmania) shows it as Full HD, and for instance Amazon has it as HD Ready.
does it make any difference - HD ready of full HD? and do you think it is an advantage to have a USB port?
thanks.

32AV635DB isn't 1080p :thumbsup:
And glad to see this back at this price :)
#19
I am looking for a new lcd tv, would you recommend this. dont care thats it cheap but is it a good quality tv.
#20
All tech has meaningless babble like 'dynamic contrast'. Maybe I'm gullible but I bought this TV a couple of months ago knowing full well it wasn't best in class, just a good solid TV with a half decent picture. Give it a good signal or source and it performs excellently. So what if it hasn't got 1080 HD. I thought it was generally accepted that 1080 isn't really worth having on a 32 inch TV.
#21
Great price but it has been at this price for a while now.
#22
LCD has had its day. It was always a serious compromise, and will be obsolete when current stock is gone. I've been waiting for something that can produce real black tones, upscale properly, and has a real contrast ratio.. LED tv goes a long way toward that goal and is not that expensive now, and will be very affordable in the coming months. I'm sticking with my Panasonic CRT for a little longer.
#23
JamesSmith
LCD has had its day. It was always a serious compromise, and will be obsolete when current stock is gone. I've been waiting for something that can produce real black tones, upscale properly, and has a real contrast ratio.. LED tv goes a long way toward that goal and is not that expensive now, and will be very affordable in the coming months. I'm sticking with my Panasonic CRT for a little longer.


Calling the new LED back-lit LCD TVs LED TVs is like calling my car an electric car because it has electric windows.
#24
Whitswonga;6821676
I am looking for a new lcd tv, would you recommend this. dont care thats it cheap but is it a good quality tv.


I bought it at this price around 6 months ago from Amazon

I am a fussy viewer, but I have been nothing but impressed with this TV.

I only watch standard or upscaled def on it as it's in my bedroom, but the images are crisp, sharp and natural.

The sound quality is also better that a lot of panel's I have tested or used too. Perfect for a bedroom etc, but would need a sound system hook-up in a medium-large living room.

For this price, in my opinion, it's a great deal and you should buy it with confidence.

Hope this helps.
#25
grt to see price reducing for lcd's
smell of newer technologies :)

voted hot !
#26
jonfev
All tech has meaningless babble like 'dynamic contrast'. Maybe I'm gullible but I bought this TV a couple of months ago knowing full well it wasn't best in class, just a good solid TV with a half decent picture. Give it a good signal or source and it performs excellently. So what if it hasn't got 1080 HD. I thought it was generally accepted that 1080 isn't really worth having on a 32 inch TV.


No, it was generally marketed that 1080 isn't really worth having on a 32 inch TV.

Back when 1080p 32 inch TVs were expensive they didn't want people putting off buying a telly so made up all sorts of nonsense to persuade them to bite the bullet and get a 720p set. Now the price gap is closing they've shut up about it!

The truth is that if you're watching at the proper distance from your TV compared to its size, each pixel will hit the same area of your retina whether your TV is 32 inch or 50 inch.

If 720 is good enough for you, fair enough, but don't be fooled into thinking a better picture isn't a better picture.
#27
what resolution will this do through VGA - i know toshibas can be a bit strange over the VGA
#28
JamesSmith
LCD has had its day. It was always a serious compromise, and will be obsolete when current stock is gone. I've been waiting for something that can produce real black tones, upscale properly, and has a real contrast ratio.. LED tv goes a long way toward that goal and is not that expensive now, and will be very affordable in the coming months. I'm sticking with my Panasonic CRT for a little longer.


Nonsense.... they are NOT LED.
#29
bargainhunter666
Nonsense.... they are NOT LED.


I know they are not true LED, you know they are not LED, we all know they are not true LED - but since Samsung and all the retail outlets and all the search engines refer to them as such...

It doesn't really matter what it's called. What consumers need to know, in simplistic terms, is that the pixels are backlit in local regions with this new technology, whereas in LCD panels they are illuminated in bulk.. like... say... the lighting in an aquarium. The difference in ambient viewing conditions (ie not a brightly lit shop) is stupendous. (I am talking about RGB Dynamic backlighting LEDs NOT Edge-LEDs, before the complains flood in...: )
#30
£10 cheaper at richer sounds and just £28 extra for 5 year warranty - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/527386/toshiba-regza-32av615-hd-ready-lcd-
#31
Wibblefish
£10 cheaper at richer sounds and just £28 extra for 5 year warranty - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/527386/toshiba-regza-32av615-hd-ready-lcd-


Not if your nearest store is a 100 mile round trip away.:x
#32
I dont know, 100 miles round trip is what £10 in petrol, so that makes it the same price as this deal i think i would still prefer to pick it up myself rather then let citylink goons handle it. Plus if you want warranty.....

Anyway its just another option.
#33
Wibblefish
I dont know, 100 miles round trip is what £10 in petrol, so that makes it the same price as this deal i think i would still prefer to pick it up myself rather then let citylink goons handle it. Plus if you want warranty.....

Anyway its just another option.


Stop trying to be helpful, people round 'ere dont like it !!
#34
Now showing £299 at amazon

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