TOSHIBA Regza 32AV711 32" HD Ready LCD TV £269 delivered @ Pcworld - HotUKDeals
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Thanks to Toshiba's Active Vision picture processing, you'll witness an astonishing picture with superior colour, contrast and sharpness on the Regza 32AV711 32" HD Ready LCD TV's ample 32-inch LCD display. To reap the full benefits of the superlative image, utilise its two HDMI connectors and connect High Definition input devices like Blu-ray players, HD camcorders, game consoles and more.

The magic doesn't stop there. A built-in Freeview tuner is also on offer for subscription-free television broadcasts and digital radio stations, while a useful 8-day electronic programmer guide lets you programme the viewing to suit your busy schedule.

The Toshiba Regza 32AV711 32" HD Ready LCD TV isn't shy in the sound department, either, boasting powerful integrated 10W speakers, which blast out all-encompassing audio to ensure you experience an exceptional home entertainment experience!
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#1
Hot!
#2
is this the same tv argos are selling?
#3
Can buy the same TV from currys for same price but plus 5% off with the code quidc5 - brings it down to £255.55 (also 3% quidco on top)
#4
Connect hi def to a tv that doesn't have high def as it's 760 not 1080!
Gotta be cold
#5
its HD Ready you idiot :(
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scotlandgolfer
Connect hi def to a tv that doesn't have high def as it's 760 not 1080!Gotta be cold

99% of Sky channels are broadcast at 576p, Sky HD is not 1080P but only 1080i (Don't know about Virgin). This tv will display pictures of equal quality as a comparable 1080P tv, unless you are using a PS3 or Blu-Ray and even then, unless they are side by side, you would not really see a mind blowing difference.

In fact, my 720P Panasonic Plasma handles standard def Sky better than my friends, much more expensive, LG LED 1080P LCD.

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Edited By: copthis1 on Aug 30, 2010 08:40: poor punctuation
#7
Is it true that plasmas use considerably more power than an lcd equivalent?
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Burgmeister
Is it true that plasmas use considerably more power than an lcd equivalent?

Not nowadays, 5-10 years ago, yes.

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