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Toshiba Regza 32AV635DB 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution+ - £319.99 delivered @ Amazon!

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* 32" HD-ready LCD TV with Freeview * Powerful built-in speakers with NICAM stereo and Bass Boost * Digital Text and 8-day Electronic Programme Guide * Plug in your PC and interface wit… Read More
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* 32" HD-ready LCD TV with Freeview
* Powerful built-in speakers with NICAM stereo and Bass Boost
* Digital Text and 8-day Electronic Programme Guide
* Plug in your PC and interface with the screen
* Pedestal or wall mountable

The REGZA AV63 series combines HD Ready picture processing with a stylish contemporary black high gloss design. All Regza AV63s feature Resolution+ technology which enhances standard definition content to virtually high definition quality. The AutoView function is able to adapt to the lighting conditions in the room and analyses the content on screen, automatically and instantaneously providing optimal picture settings at all times. 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 4 x HDMI slots, a PC Input connection and powerful audio performance from the integrated stereo speakers
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#1
Not voted yet... I am not sure about it and am considering buying a new tv.

http://www.1staudiovisual.co.uk/catalog/toshiba-32av635d-inch-p-7169.html

£299 here...

Anyone using this TV and can recommend it?
#2
My 37" Toshiba Regza went belly up after only Two years and was told it could not economically be repaired.
Good luck!
#3
At this price I'd sooner take the Samsung LE32B450 @ £309 Richer Sounds

Or for £279 theres the LE32B350 also @ Richer Sounds
#4
toycollector
My 37" Toshiba Regza went belly up after only Two years and was told it could not economically be repaired.
Good luck!


My 32" Tosh C series had the inverter board go after 10 months. It was replaced under warrenty, and now 14 months later the inverter board has the same intermittant fault again where after switching on you get sound but no picture, you have to keep turning it on and off to correct it. Obviously its now out of warrenty.
Wont be buying a Tosh again.
#5
I've got one of these - its 'okay' - not great not terrible.

Most annoying this is the OSD / Menu / remote- its very very laggy. Its always a slight delay flipping channels. Gets very frustrating
#6
Do the 37 and 42 models suffer from the same problems as what's been mentioned above?

People are raving about the 42 inch version over at Amazon.

Any insights appreciated.
#7
hotukdealz
At this price I'd sooner take the Samsung LE32B450 @ £309 Richer Sounds

Or for £279 theres the LE32B350 also @ Richer Sounds


I'd go with Richer Sounds, throw a 5 year warranty on there for 10%.

I just went for a 1080p 32" LG 32LH3000 with Freeview, but if you can wait a couple of weeks they'll start dishing out 32" LG 32LF7700 with Freesat HD for the same price (£379 or £417 with 5yr).

Generally, depending on your input source (BluRay or 360 or whatever) you might wanna consider going to 1080p as it starts being really noticeable at 28"+, to me at least!
#8
Good deal I think and i've always had good experiences with Toshiba.

I saw in Argos the other day they had a 32 inch Alba hdtv for only £269.99. Now, I know what you're thinking Alba are rubbish and i'd tend to agree but looking at the picture it was one of the best tv's on display and I thought actually looked better than the Samsung and LG sets next to it.

Also, does anyone know if hd will be the final innovation in tv sets or are they already lining up something else to take it's place? When I bought my traditional 32 inch Toshiba widescreen for a pretty penny about 6 years back I thought that would be the last innovation in televisions and I thought the same with dvd's.
#9
These Toshiba inverter boards are definitely prone to failing, there has been other reports of it on AV Forums. Whether the inverter boards are the same on different models i have no idea, but its definitely put me off Tosh LCD TV's. Also i'll be making sure i have extended warrenty on my next TV.
The only good thing about these faults is that its given me an excuse to buy a 37" or 40" TV... which is what i should have bought to begin with, as the 32" is too small for my lounge.
#10
Nexy
I'd go with Richer Sounds, throw a 5 year warranty on there for 10%.


It's possible to get John Lewis to do a price match with Richer Sounds so that you don't have to fork out the extra 10% and bag their 5 year warranty!

Edit: May not be possible as John Lewis have the 32AV633DB as opposed to the 32AV635DB!
#11
[SIZE="2"]BTW, it may be of interest to know why all of these televisions have suddenly taken a tumble in price.

Basically, it is the ones with built in Freeview tuners that have led the fall. Why:?: because Freeview 2 (not Freeview+) is just around the corner. This will make the current Freeview tuners less attractive. After all, why would you buy a television with full HD capability with an SD Freeview tuner when Freeview 2 is available and provides HD?

The Freeview 2 HD service starts its roll out on the 2nd December and tuners are expected early in 2010.

So, to me, it's clear as much stock as possible so that we can gear up and provide Freeview 2 HD tuners as soon as we can build them.

I think that you will also find that this is the reason why $ky are giving away their HD boxes as fast as they can. If they don't capture HD market-share now, Freeview 2 will shortly make it very difficult for them to do so.:thumbsup: [/SIZE]
#12
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]BTW, it may be of interest to know why all of these televisions have suddenly taken a tumble in price.

Basically, it is the ones with built in Freeview tuners that have led the fall. Why:?: because Freeview 2 (not Freeview+) is just around the corner. This will make the current Freeview tuners less attractive. After all, why would you buy a television with full HD capability with an SD Freeview tuner when Freeview 2 is available and provides HD?

The Freeview 2 HD service starts its roll out on the 2nd December and tuners are expected early in 2010.

[/SIZE]


Don't you mean Freeview +HD!
http://www.freeview.co.uk/freeview/Services/Freeview-HD

I think it's worth bagging one of these sets now and with the money saved, put it towards a Freeview+ HD PVR.
#13
Nexy
I'd go with Richer Sounds, throw a 5 year warranty on there for 10%.

I just went for a 1080p 32" LG 32LH3000 with Freeview, but if you can wait a couple of weeks they'll start dishing out 32" LG 32LF7700 with Freesat HD for the same price (£379 or £417 with 5yr).

Generally, depending on your input source (BluRay or 360 or whatever) you might wanna consider going to 1080p as it starts being really noticeable at 28"+, to me at least!


I went to richer and got the 5 yr too. £309.75 with the comfort of a 5 yr warranty is good enough for me.
#14
thehitman
Don't you mean Freeview +HD!
http://www.freeview.co.uk/freeview/Services/Freeview-HD

I think it's worth bagging one of these sets now and with the money saved, put it towards a Freeview+ HD PVR.

[SIZE="2"]Seems that I got my fingers in a bit of a knot there - [COLOR="Blue"]sorry [/COLOR]- but I think the meat of the message is fine.

As to your "bagging", I agree that would be the price-conscious person's solution but I suspect that most folks wanting to buy a television with a built in tuner aren't going to be happy to buy a separate tuner just a few weeks/months later.[/SIZE]
#15
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]BTW, it may be of interest to know why all of these televisions have suddenly taken a tumble in price.

Basically, it is the ones with built in Freeview tuners that have led the fall. Why:?: because Freeview 2 (not Freeview+) is just around the corner. This will make the current Freeview tuners less attractive. After all, why would you buy a television with full HD capability with an SD Freeview tuner when Freeview 2 is available and provides HD?

The Freeview 2 HD service starts its roll out on the 2nd December and tuners are expected early in 2010.

So, to me, it's clear as much stock as possible so that we can gear up and provide Freeview 2 HD tuners as soon as we can build them.

I think that you will also find that this is the reason why $ky are giving away their HD boxes as fast as they can. If they don't capture HD market-share now, Freeview 2 will shortly make it very difficult for them to do so.:thumbsup: [/SIZE]


Unless Freeview carries Sky content, people who want the movies, sports or American are going to go with Sky+HD or cable, I mean a lot don't even need a tuner of any sort. Even more will just need analogue to digital to hook their old Sky box up. Apart from the lack of dish, what will Freeview HD provide that Freesat HD doesn't already?

Also, I can't get a decent Freeview signal despite having a roof mounted aerial, I'm on the wrong side of a hill or something equally rubbish. Using a deal previously posted on here a while back, I've got the triple play from Sky, while the Freesat HD would be nice I don't think there's anything that Freesat HD has that I don't already. I guess the price cuts are good news for everyone though. :)
#16
Paid around £800 for my 32" Tosh about 3 years ago so they all look bargains now! Been reliable so far (way better than Sony it replaced).

John Lewis free warranty a great bonus I think.
#17
I have this TV, I think the image quality in SD is very good and has a wide viewing angle. Lots of connections. Tuner is pretty decent too. Hope it doesn't die just after the warranty runs out.
#18
Thanks to cibarious and thehitman for the heads up on Freeview HD, been going round in circles over the past few weks trying to decide on a decent LCD/Plasma to get before Xmas, but will now hang off until the New Year, and it is almost certainly why the prices of these TV's have been tumbling over the past few weeks, so manufacturers and retailers can get rid of what will soon to be deemed 'old' stock! :thumbsup:
#19
Besford;7044858
Been reliable so far (way better than Sony it replaced).


Oh, how I know that same Sony quality :-(
#20
Dont forget VAT goes up to 17.5% from 1st Jan so best get a TV before then :thumbsup:

I currently have the Alba L32HDF as mentioned in a post above and believe me its a cracking TV for £250!!! I really am amazed how good it is out of the box compared to EVERY other HD TV set I have had (I have had 6).
However I am returning it for a refund because there is a problem with the sound, when you connect any source via HDMI it cancels out the sound to my amp! I thought it was a problem until I read in the manual that this will happen unless I buy a S/PDIF coax cable!!!

I am now buying the Toshiba Regza 32AV635D from Amazon as per the OP.

Cheers.
#21
I bought this about 6 months ago from amazon for £289. works fine for a kitchen tv but I would want more for my main telly.
#22
dames
I bought this about 6 months ago from amazon for £289. works fine for a kitchen tv but I would want more for my main telly.


Kitchen TV? And I thought 22 inch for our kitchen TV was biggish. :?
#23
Bought it for £299.99 just over a week ago when it was that price from an amzon marketplace retailer (Southern Electric), its now back up to £319.99.
#24
Just noticed "high gloss black" in the description. I know it's very fashionable for TVs at the moment but has anyone else found this creates really irritating reflections when watching TV? Had to take a Samsung back to the shop for that and got my (earlier model) Toshiba with a matt finish.
#25
FreeSAT (Satellite minidish)



Freesat is essentially Freeview via satellite. However, there are two major advantages which FreeSAT has over FreeVIEW; these are that firstly it enables you to receive 200 SD (standard definition) channels (as opposed to approximately a mere 40 available on FreeVIEW) and that you will be able to receive many more HD channels than FreeVIEW - which will only be able to deliver a maximum of 4 HD channels due to bandwidth limitations at this time; whereas Freesat will allow you access to as many 'free to air' HD channels that the broadcasters are prepared to throw at you.
#26
Besford
Just noticed "high gloss black" in the description. I know it's very fashionable for TVs at the moment but has anyone else found this creates really irritating reflections when watching TV? Had to take a Samsung back to the shop for that and got my (earlier model) Toshiba with a matt finish.


Gloss blacks sucks, Reflections, Scratches, Nearly everything electronic is Gloss Black now. Manufacturers please bring back Matt Black. Sony are on the right track with the New PS3 Slim, most of it is Matt Black. :thumbsup:
#27
have toshiba 32av635d and just gave up today after 2 yrs....customer service shocking
which i looked them up before purchase
never buying toshiba again.....how are they getting away with selling dodgy stuff...

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