Toshiba Regza 32AV635DB 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution+ @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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I know these Toshiba's are on this forum more often than people who work shifts......but can't remember this TV being 299.99 before (i could be wrong)....OFFER LASTS ONLY TODAY then just back up to the 320 mark.........Good Cheap Branded TV.

Product Features

* 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

Technical Details

Attributes
3D Digital Comb Filter: Yes
Active Vision LCD: Yes
Auto Backlight Control: Yes
Auto Description: Yes
AutoView: Yes
Brightness (cd/m2): 500
Digital Noise Reduction: Yes
Dymanic Contrast Ratio: 18000:1
Exact Scan Mode: Yes
Full Power Down Option: Yes
Game Mode: Yes
HD Ready: Yes
Meta Brain: Yes
MPEG Noise Reduction: Yes
PC Fine Mode: Yes
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Resolution Plus: Yes
Response Time (G to G): 8 ms
Screen Format: 16:9
Screen Size: 32"
Selectable Picture Format: Yes
Viewing Angle: 178
Visible Screen Size: 81 cm
Audio
Bass Boost: Yes
Dolby® Digital Plus: Yes
Dolby® Digital Plus: Yes
NICAM Stereo: Yes
Sound Output (RMS)W: 20
Stable Sound: Yes
Connections
Analogue Audio Input: Yes
Component Video: Yes
DVB Common Interface: Yes
HDMI: 4
Headphone: Yes
PC input: Yes
RGB (via Scart): 1
SCART: 2
S-video: Yes
USB Pro: Yes
Dimensions
Depth: 83 mm
Height: 525 mm
Weight: 11.0 Kg
Width: 786 mm
Interactive Features
Digital Text: Yes
Electronic Programme Guide: 8 days
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
Wall Mountable: Yes
Tuning
Analogue Tuner: Yes
Auto Set-up: Yes
Digital Ready: Yes
Freeview Digital Tuner: Yes
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#1
Am I right in assuming that HD Ready means it doesn't play Blu Ray quality and Full HD means it does?
#2
bucks
Am I right in assuming that HD Ready means it doesn't play Blu Ray quality and Full HD means it does?


This tv isnt full HD, so it wouldnt play Blu Ray's at full 1080p
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bucks
Am I right in assuming that HD Ready means it doesn't play Blu Ray quality and Full HD means it does?


HD Ready means it supports 720p/1080i. Full HD means it supports 1080p, 720p and 1080i. Blu Ray is 1080p.

Having said that there are other influences - sitting distance from screen, size of screen & input quality (Blu Ray player, basically) that affect it. 720p would look great on a 32", 1080p on a 32" is a small-ish difference.

If you want 1080p get a bigger screen to make the most of it. You can get 42" 1080p sets for around £500.
#4
The resolution of this TV is 1366 x 768

Good price though, heat.

:pirate:CJ:pirate:
#5
bought this for £299.99 a few weeks ago when from Amazon marketplace when it was £310 on amazon I think. certainly a better TV than the 32AV615DB which this is now at the same price

see
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-32AV615DB-32-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B0020HR6QM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1257770387&sr=1-1

this review says it is better http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2009/09/01/Toshiba-Regza-32AV615D-32in-LCD-TV/p1

Review of the tv itself is at http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2009/06/09/Toshiba-Regza-32AV635D-32in-LCD-TV/p1

hot from me. not a bargain but best price.
#6
Thanks guys
#7
Seeing as its not full HD this price is average
#8
Id recommend getting a 1080p TV, these are also available in the smaller 32-36 sizes.
#9
1080p on a 32" is meaningless.

I would know as I have both a 720p and a 1080p 32"
#10
B0rker
1080p on a 32" is meaningless.

I would know as I have both a 720p and a 1080p 32"


Agree!
#11
I recently invested in this one (think the deal was mentioned on here?)

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/32lf7700/lg-32lf77starstar
#12
Thanks, ordered
#13
Dang, ordered a 32AV615 off Richer Sounds with a 5 year guarantee for £320, is it worth going for this one instead or is there not that much in it?
#14
willey
Id recommend getting a 1080p TV, these are also available in the smaller 32-36 sizes.


lmao

at 42" you might tell the difference, at 32" you've no chance. HD ready is more than adequate at this size
banned#15
B0rker;7165708
1080p on a 32" is meaningless.

I would know as I have both a 720p and a 1080p 32"

everyone to their own,they might want to use it as a pc monitor as well.
#16
Had been thinking of buying the 32AV615DB but this is better. Just ordered mine, heat and rep added.... thanks.
#17
weirdwilli
Dang, ordered a 32AV615 off Richer Sounds with a 5 year guarantee for £320, is it worth going for this one instead or is there not that much in it?


This one tells you the differences as you read through.

http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/re...32in-LCD-TV/p1

I think you get a USB port, and the screen pictures is seen as better amongst other things
#18
Standard definition is better thanks to Resolution+ on the '635, and the USB port is included in the dearer model but they fail to really describe what is better about the picture, all I will be using it for is as a PC monitor and for XBOX so I don't really know if I should bother.
I get 5 years warantee with the '615 for just a few quid more
#19
Akai XIII
HD Ready means it supports 720p/1080i. Full HD means it supports 1080p, 720p and 1080i. Blu Ray is 1080p.


Total garbage. You've managed to imply that you can't watch a Blu Ray output on an 'HD Ready' TV.
#20
The '615 cannot play back 1080p video, I'm not sure about this model however
#21
weirdwilli
The '615 cannot play back 1080p video, I'm not sure about this model however


Hd ready tv's just down scale 1080p video and at any screen size under 38 inch you'll not be able to see any difference.

Also hd ready tv's are fine to plug your pc into somebody earlier in the thread implied they weren't.

I'm typing this on my 32 inch hd ready Hitachi which is going in Argos for 271 quid which is a 100 quid off and a great tv.

Lots of value in the hdtv market right now. :thumbsup:
#22
I do love all of the 'HD Ready' buyers who have realised they bought the wrong thing and try to justify it by claiming they can't tell the difference.
#23
MDL199
Hd ready tv's just down scale 1080p video and at any screen size under 38 inch you'll not be able to see any difference.


No I know that, I won't pretend to be an expert as I'm not one, but after flicking through Trusted Review's review of the '615 they stated that it was unable to play 1080p content, maybe through insufficient power or processing ability. :)
#24
ffs, xxxx Regardless of the merits or otherwise of 1080p at 32", this panel has a vertical screen resolution of 768 pixels, and accepts inputs up to 720p, making it a 720p TV. It neither displays nor accepts 1080p inputs. I have one, and it is very good. Voted hot.
#25
Quite an interesting post here about 1080i vs 1080p: http://www.avforums.com/forums/3605318-post1.html
#26
Akai XIII;7164278
HD Ready means it supports 720p/1080i. Full HD means it supports 1080p, 720p and 1080i. Blu Ray is 1080p.

Having said that there are other influences - sitting distance from screen, size of screen & input quality (Blu Ray player, basically) that affect it. 720p would look great on a 32", 1080p on a 32" is a small-ish difference.

If you want 1080p get a bigger screen to make the most of it. You can get 42" 1080p sets for around £500.


agreed, but even at 42in screen size you wont notice the difference...the picture quality on my pioneer kuro 1024x768 is far far superior to that of the 1080p (1920x1080) LCDs of the same size...its quality that counts...its a similar debate to that with digital cameras and megapixels....dont be fooled by marketing bull
#27
RFC
everyone to their own,they might want to use it as a pc monitor as well.


Yep I agree, I use a 20" 720p Sharp one as my monitor right now. (I also think the 32" 1080p one would have close to the same pixel size probably as my 19" 1280x1024 monitor so if I upgraded (which I plan to) the 32" 1080p set would show the same level of detail and clarity with pictures/Blurays etc as long as it's 1:1 and not resized).
#28
londislagerhound;7167772
I do love all of the 'HD Ready' buyers who have realised they bought the wrong thing and try to justify it by claiming they can't tell the difference.

so more pixels = better tv...thats like saying a vauxhall is better than a bmw because it has more space
#29
Interesting this should be on offer today. I ordered the full 1080p version last night from Amazon for £350 ( http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B001TUYQ46/ref=ox_ya_os_product ) . I nearly got this one, which was £320 last night. I keep being told that 1080p isn't needed for a 32 inch, but for an extra £30 I thought I'd take no chances . Now its £50 difference and I've still got time to change the order. Decisions, decisions. Have to drink some more red wine & get more of a headache about it........... Think I'll stick with what I've got as opinion seems to be divided. Either TV seems to be a good deal though.
#30
RFC;7166362
everyone to their own,they might want to use it as a pc monitor as well.

why...it will look awful - you need to buy a proper monitor - why do you think big monitors are expensive
#31
londislagerhound;7166579
Total garbage. You've managed to imply that you can't watch a Blu Ray output on an 'HD Ready' TV.

true, though i didnt read it like that the 1st time i read it
#32
MDL199;7167593
Hd ready tv's just down scale 1080p video and at any screen size under 38 inch you'll not be able to see any difference.

Also hd ready tv's are fine to plug your pc into somebody earlier in the thread implied they weren't.

I'm typing this on my 32 inch hd ready Hitachi which is going in Argos for 271 quid which is a 100 quid off and a great tv.

Lots of value in the hdtv market right now. :thumbsup:


any screen <50in you wont notice any difference
#33
tezmo;7167896
ffs, retards. Regardless of the merits or otherwise of 1080p at 32", this panel has a vertical screen resolution of 768 pixels, and accepts inputs up to 720p, making it a 720p TV. It neither displays nor accepts 1080p inputs. I have one, and it is very good. Voted hot.

displays nor accepts 1080p inputs - eh, it should display adjusted pictures from 1080p sources though
#34
Nobby99;7168091
Interesting this should be on offer today. I ordered the full 1080p version last night from Amazon for £350 ( http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B001TUYQ46/ref=ox_ya_os_product ) . I nearly got this one, which was £320 last night. I keep being told that 1080p isn't needed for a 32 inch, but for an extra £30 I thought I'd take no chances . Now its £50 difference and I've still got time to change the order. Decisions, decisions. Have to drink some more red wine & get more of a headache about it........... Think I'll stick with what I've got as opinion seems to be divided. Either TV seems to be a good deal though.


even stranger is that a far better panasonic 32in 1080p tv was on this site for £300 and didnt get the same heat...strange the panasonic is highly rated and the toshiba's are generally panned by the critics
#35
sancho1983;7166115
lmao

at 42" you might tell the difference, at 32" you've no chance. HD ready is more than adequate at this size

doubt it...ive seen the latest gen LED samsungs playing blu ray films and they had a nice visible pixels...the previous gen samsung LCDs are the same...terrible
#36
This TV is rather good for standard definition the resolution+ does make a difference. I've seen it in action and SD looks very nice on this TV. Many people will still be viewing SD for quite some time so this is a great choice for SD broadcasts. I don't know about reliability as the person I bought it for has only had it 3 months.

Richer sounds have the TOSHIBA REGZA 32LV665 32 inch LCD TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview for £349 if any one wants a 1080p set, no idea how good or bad it is though.
#37
londislagerhound
I do love all of the 'HD Ready' buyers who have realised they bought the wrong thing and try to justify it by claiming they can't tell the difference.


Before buying my hd ready tv the other week i read countless buyers guides and they universally said there was no visable difference between hd ready and full hd on any screen size below 38 inches and even on larger screen sizes you'd have to be very close to the screen to see the diference. Contrast ratio was a far bigger factor in picture quality it was stated.
#38
I bought this model 2 weeks ago and I picture quality is excellent. Sky SD picture is far better than quality on my other Sharp TV. The "Resolution+" upscaling really does seem to give it a big quality boost. Also DVD playback via Sony upscaling player is very good.
banned#39
royals;7168206
doubt it...ive seen the latest gen LED samsungs playing blu ray films and they had a nice visible pixels...the previous gen samsung LCDs are the same...terrible

give it up mate thats six posts in a row ,nobody is interested,even better start your own thread! :)
#40
RFC
give it up mate thats six posts in a row ,nobody is interested,even better start your own thread! :)


LMAO, at 32" from 6 feet away I defy anyone to take a comparative test, blind of the spec.

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