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I've just bought one of these in the york store. I went in to look at the LG 4010 that they had listed as a special for 269, but they were all sold.

Manager was very helpful and checked other options for me. This Toshiba is Full HD and has the 100Hz refresh. Just been reduced from £350 apparently.


The Toshiba 32XV635 is one of the finest 32 inch Toshiba televisions we stock.

The 32xv635 features REGZA XV picture processing with Resolution+ technology to enhance edge detail; bringing near high definition quality to standard signals. Images are clearer, sharper and richer. In addition to this, the 32xv635 features Active Vision 100Hz technology for a smoother image and seamless motion. Auto View uses an ambient light sensor to constantly adjust LCDs backlight for superior contrast. Controlling all these functions is Toshiba's unique Meta Brain system. This powerful processor acts with speed and precision to ensure you get the very best picture quality at all times, whatever the material.

In terms of sound quality we would, as ever, recommend a separate home cinema system, however Toshiba has made an effort to provide a spacious and detailed sound. In addition to Bass Boost and Dolby Digital the 32xv635 has Audyssey EQ for the ideal sound in your specific room. Dolby volume control prevents the annoying difference in volume levels between programs and commercials.

The Toshiba 32xv635 continues to impress with its standard connections. Four HDMI sockets are standard as are two SCART sockets - many rivals now just offer a single SCART. Component, S-Video, VGA PC and headphone sockets are included as is a USB socket for showing video clips and photos on TV from your media device.

Not content with its highly competitive performance and class-leading connections, the 32xv635 is also one of the greenest TVs in its class. A full power down option saves wasteful standby current, whilst the special Eco Panel uses around 40% less power than a conventional LCD screen.

For a top quality, 100Hz Toshiba 32 inch LCD TV, the 32xv635 is too good to miss.
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#1
very nice for a 100hz. tosh. heat added.
#2
I have the 46" of this-cracking telly-but there is a known issue on the XV series with the sound through HDMI.
After an hour or 2 everyone sounds like a Dalek and you have to pause your DVD or Sky, switch sources then go back to what you were watching-Im waiting til after the WC to get it sorted as it needs a part replaced.
http://www.toshiba-om.net/firmware_hdmi_issue.php
#3
Hmmm, I hope that as a 'new' one this is sorted. If not, then at least Toshiba seem to recognise the issue and have a fix - I can think of a number of suppliers that ignore problems.

I'll mainly be using mine with SCART inputs for the moment. Best get myself a Blue Ray player and check out the issue.
#4
martyboy70
I have the 46" of this-cracking telly-but there is a known issue on the XV series with the sound through HDMI.
After an hour or 2 everyone sounds like a Dalek and you have to pause your DVD or Sky, switch sources then go back to what you were watching-Im waiting til after the WC to get it sorted as it needs a part replaced.
http://www.toshiba-om.net/firmware_hdmi_issue.php


http://i852.photobucket.com/albums/ab88/SamuraisShadow/omg_wtf_OMG_pics-s475x356-21545-580.jpg
#5
Everyone sounds like A dalek? That would put me off buying this... however if the problem is fixed then its a cracking deal.
#6
We have the 37" version and the picture is amazing guys
#7
from toshiba website: "the range is available in 37", 42" and 46" screen sizes"

thats saying that the XV series is NOT available in 32" so whats the deal here??????
#8
Scandal! You posted it 95p cheaper than it actually is!

Seriously though, if you're gonna get this, it is worth getting the 5 year guarantee. £25 more, it's worth it.
#9
yea would be one hell of a hassle to buy a brand new hdtv and then having to get the sound problem sorted, calling a 0845 number...... "your call is in a que, please hold......"
#10
anyone know if the USB port plays mkv files?

and if yes, does it play files with DTS?
#11
According to the Richer Sounds' website this TV should be HD Ready not Full HD.
#12
giruzz
According to the Richer Sounds' website this TV should be HD Ready not Full HD.


I've not set it up yet, but the box says 1080P, as does the RS site
1080p Full Hd Ready Is it ready to receive 1080p, Full High Definition signals? Yes
#13
SamuraisShadow
Scandal! You posted it 95p cheaper than it actually is!

Beat me!:oops::whistling::p

SamuraisShadow
Seriously though, if you're gonna get this, it is worth getting the 5 year guarantee. £25 more, it's worth it.


I have indeed gone for the 5yr warranty. At 10% it is a bit of a no brainer really.


It has a lot of connectors (according to the manual - screen is still in box at the moment)- includes PC vga connector as well as the usb and slots for SD memory and a CAM slot.
#14
OMG, who designed that remote?????????????????
#15
mamboboy
Nah, it's Full HD. Cracking price ...Shame about the 1980's remote control though!

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/image/hdtv/Toshiba-32RV635DB/remote.jpg

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/toshiba-32rv635db-32rv635d-20090818158.htm


I've got the 42" XV, and while the remote isn't the prettiest ever, it's actuall reall nice to use, second only to the Sky HD remote
#16
jamesconner3
from toshiba website: "the range is available in 37", 42" and 46" screen sizes"

thats saying that the XV series is NOT available in 32" so whats the deal here??????


Possibly a discontinued model? RS specialise in end of line stuff. If you're happy with last years model you get a good price. This seems to have been £500 not so long ago. In fact google shows it still being £550+ at various places.
#17
craigstephens
I've got the 42" XV, and while the remote isn't the prettiest ever, it's actuall reall nice to use, second only to the Sky HD remote


Actually the remote supplied with mine isn't like that its a CT-90327
http://www.toshiba.fr/egp/datacenter/visuels/XV625/original/ct-90327%20a5i.jpg


How do I shrink an image?
#18
Excellent price!
Looked at these last year. I've just bought a Sony EX503 I would recommend always paying the extra for 100Hz and Full HD, and if you can stretch to it and you have coverage in your area, Freeview HD is terrific!
#19
mas99
Actually the remote supplied with mine isn't like that its a CT-90327
http://www.toshiba.fr/egp/datacenter/visuels/XV625/original/ct-90327%20a5i.jpg


How do I shrink an image?


Really? I'm gonna get on to Comet! My remotes a piece of crap, i want yours!
#20
I have an older 100hz Toshiba LCD, the 42WLT68, and I'd bet this has a cracking picture. Tempted for the bedroom!
banned#21
craigstephens
Really? I'm gonna get on to Comet! My remotes a piece of crap, i want yours!


I also got that remote with my 42xv635d.
#22
Ive got the remote that mas posted too.
Id be getting on to Comet as well.
The set is excellent-as pointed out the picture especially on HD channels is incredible and the connectivity is amazing.
I have my Sky+HD,upscaling DVD and PC connected to 3 of the 4 HDMIs and a Wii through component and my laptop sometimes through VGA.
I have a USB flash drive plugged in tho' it would take a portable HDD and an SDHC card with load of photos to make it a 46" photo frame so you wont be stuck for input material.
#23
Cracking deal!

This was nearly double this price at the start of the year, when I bought the RV equivelent (£100 extra for the 100hz seemingly the only difference wasn't enough the convince me)

Incidentally, the remote showed earlier (the 80s one) is the one I got with my 37RV635DB
#24
LOL @ it being known as a 80's remote lol

i can see the new toshiba 3D TV ad now:

"new from toshiba, full HD, 3D TV, comes as standard with a 80's remote" lol
#25
Just to add to some of the posts made earlier about the audio distortion problems with the HDMI port

I called up today, here is the results
HDMI Fix




Edited By: saxo_appeal on Sep 07, 2010 15:56: edit

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