Toshiba Regza 37'' HD Widescreen LCD TV + Stand - £549.99 @ Play.com - HotUKDeals
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Plus Quidco!!!
Stand worth £129.99 included in price

First deal

Seems like a good deal considering the free stand. You can also get the toshbia 32" for £429.99 with the same tv stand for free.

Rewriting the rulebook for outstanding pictures at an attractive price is the brilliant new Regza C Series. An ideal future-proofed LCD TV, Active Vision Picture Processing, 2x HDMI inputs and rich sounds, the Regza C Series is the perfect focal point for viewing and gaming pleasure.

# Integrated Digital Tuner
# HD Ready
# Resolution 1366x768
# Dynamic Contrast
# Brightness 500 cd/m²
# Active Vision LCD
# SRS® WOW
# NICAM
# 20W RMS
# 2 x HDMI
# Component Video Input
# Visible screen size (cm): 94
# Screen format: 16:9
# Panel resolution: 1366x768
# High Definition ready
# Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 5000:1
# Active Vision LCD
# Standard TV up-scaling
# Brightness (cd/m²): 500
# MPEG Noise Reduction
# Selectable Picture Format
# 3D Digital Comb Filter
# Digital Noise Reduction
# Interactive features:
# Digital Text
# Electronic Programme Guide
# Now and Next Information
# Fvourite channel Memory
# Fastext
# Text page memory
# Audio:
# NICAM stereo
# Sound output (RMS) W: 20
# SRS WOW
# Internal Speaker ON/OFF
# Stable Sound
# Bass boost
# Tuning:
# Digital Ready
# Freeview Digital Tuner
# Analogue Tuner
# Auto Set-up
# Connections:
# HDMI: 2
# Component video
# RGB (via SCART): 1
# SCART: 2
# Side AV input
# PC Input: W-XGA
# Analogue Audio Input
# Fixed/Variable Audio Output: Fixed
# Optical Digital Audio Output
# Sub woofer output
# Headphone
# DVB Common Interface
# Other features:
# Off timer
# Panel lock
# Integrated Signal Amplifier
# Wall Mountable (VESA)
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#1
"An ideal future-proofed LCD TV"

But it's only 720P....how's that 'future-proofed'?

The free £130 stand can be got for £49 and the TV for £510-£600 typically, so I'd vote this warm if there was a warm button!!

Not much of a stand for £49/£130 unless you've only got 1 box to put under your TV!!!
[helper]#2
Voting hot!! Excellent price if you want the TV and the stand. The tv on the stand is very smart looking. If its just the TV then you can get it cheaper from BT.com for £545 delivered or £530 from Empire Direct if you can pick it up.

Withabix - please post the link to where you can get it for £510 and your point about 720p is spot on IF YOU SIT 3 FEET AWAY......but 720p on 37" and 32" tvs has been disputed again and again on these threads.
#3
Pity its not 100hz
banned#4
great tv 1080p is over rated!
#5
withabix
I'd vote this warm if there was a warm button!!


Oh, but there is ;-)

The grey box between the hot and cold arrows is, in fact, a button.
#6
On a screen less than 42" you will not be able to notice any between 720p and 1080p.
#7
withabix;1446265
"An ideal future-proofed LCD TV"

But it's only 720P....how's that 'future-proofed'?


It will be future until the end of this year when they bring out "laser TV"
http://www.engadget.com/tag/LaserTv/
#8
I'm tempted by the 32"

withabix
But it's only 720P....how's that 'future-proofed'?


'Only' being 720p doesn't make it not futureproof.
#9
1080p isnt future proof, nothing is, i bet years ago the colour tv was future proof. In about 30-40 years we'll have tv's that are like the ones that u see on star wars where a person pops up.
#10
punkrjb
Pity its not 100hz


The Tosh 37WLT68P is 100Hz. £559.99 at Amazon
#11
withabix
I'd vote this warm if there was a warm button!!


There is! Its the grey square in between the two arrows.
#12
kk_cheung
1080p isnt future proof, nothing is, i bet years ago the colour tv was future proof. In about 30-40 years we'll have tv's that are like the ones that u see on star wars where a person pops up.


Yep 1440p in the next HD "standard" so all you 1080p buyers get ready to scrap your sets and get the cheque books out:p

Alternatively, buy the right size screen for your room, sit the appropriate distance from it and don't worry:thumbsup:
#13
W1zz
On a screen less than 42" you will not be able to notice any between 720p and 1080p.

Nonsense. It's easy to tell on a 37", I just suspect you've never seen one.
#14
Here we go again when you get forum members who think specs are everything. It's those people who buy the Hanspree type tv's etc. This is a cracking deal. Don't listen to those who talk about 1080p. It hardly makes a difference in tv's of 42" and under.
#15
smokedog
It will be future until the end of this year when they bring out "laser TV"
http://www.engadget.com/tag/LaserTv/


Nah, OLED, SED and LCoS screens are favourites over laser technology at the moment.
#16
Adamo
Nonsense. It's easy to tell on a 37"...


Yeah, if you sit 1m from the TV :roll:

The only time the higher resolution really matters is if you're using it as a PC/Media Centre screen or you have a huge screen and sit quite close.
#17
Great set for the money.
#18
Adamo
Nonsense. It's easy to tell on a 37", I just suspect you've never seen one.


http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6449_7-6810011-1.html

And I quote: "a 720p set is going to do you just fine. HD will still look great on your set, I swear. In fact, our current highest-scoring HDTV, the Pioneer Kuro PDP-5080HD, is a 720p, er--768p, model."

I suppose it must be nonsense though...
#19
Blanco
http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6449_7-6810011-1.html

And I quote: "a 720p set is going to do you just fine. HD will still look great on your set, I swear. In fact, our current highest-scoring HDTV, the Pioneer Kuro PDP-5080HD, is a 720p, er--768p, model."

I suppose it must be nonsense though...


but also from the same article::

Katzmaier also says that the main real-world advantage of 1080p is not the extra sharpness you'll be seeing, but instead, the smaller, more densely packed pixels. In other words, you can sit closer to a 1080p television and not notice any pixel structure, such as stair-stepping along diagonal lines, or the screen door effect (where you can actually see the space between the pixels). This advantage applies regardless of the quality of the source.
#20
kk_cheung
1080p isnt future proof, nothing is, i bet years ago the colour tv was future proof. In about 30-40 years we'll have tv's that are like the ones that u see on star wars where a person pops up.


And I bet we still have to pay the bloody TV License:x:x
#21
PoisonJam
Yeah, if you sit 1m from the TV :roll:

The only time the higher resolution really matters is if you're using it as a PC/Media Centre screen or you have a huge screen and sit quite close.

:roll: Except, I'm not 1m from the TV, you're just assuming a load of rubbish. No, higher resolution doesn't matter unless you want a better image, in which case it's great for HD films and games.
Blanco
http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6449_7-6810011-1.html

And I quote: "a 720p set is going to do you just fine. HD will still look great on your set, I swear. In fact, our current highest-scoring HDTV, the Pioneer Kuro PDP-5080HD, is a 720p, er--768p, model."

I suppose it must be nonsense though...

Man you're not the smartest. I said it's nonsense because you can tell the difference on sets smaller than 37", and yes, I'm right. However, I have a plasma, 1024 x 768, I never put down any 768p or 720p sets, they're great, my plasma performs much better than the majority of sets (beats ALL LCDs) and won't replace it unless I want to go up to 1080p (it accepts a 1080p signal, just doesn't display it natively, still looks amazing).
#22
Adamo
:roll: Except, I'm not 1m from the TV, you're just assuming a load of rubbish. No, higher resolution doesn't matter unless you want a better image, in which case it's great for HD films and games.

Man you're not the smartest. I said it's nonsense because you can tell the difference on sets smaller than 37", and yes, I'm right. However, I have a plasma, 1024 x 768, I never put down any 768p or 720p sets, they're great, my plasma performs much better than the majority of sets (beats ALL LCDs) and won't replace it unless I want to go up to 1080p (it accepts a 1080p signal, just doesn't display it natively, still looks amazing).


After telling someone they're not the smartest you go and completely contradict yourself and make your post, and whole argument, pretty much void. You say 1080p gives you a better image then go on to say that your 720p plasma has a better image than any LCDs, which I assume also includes 1080p sets? Saying 1080p is better gives completely the wrong impression that specs are all that matters and the actual screen doesn't i.e. any 1080p screen will be better than any 720p screen. 1080p isn't the be all and end all like you imply, even if it's not what you mean.

Fair play to you for stating that about your plasma though, is it a Pana or Pioneer, per chance?

I assume nothing, it is you that assumes I've never seen full HD on a small screen when I am, in fact, very much an AV enthusiast within a group of friends with similar interests so I see a lot of AV gear.
#23
nice p0wnage Poison :-)
#24
Adamo
:roll: Except, I'm not 1m from the TV, you're just assuming a load of rubbish. No, higher resolution doesn't matter unless you want a better image, in which case it's great for HD films and games.

Man you're not the smartest. I said it's nonsense because you can tell the difference on sets smaller than 37", and yes, I'm right. However, I have a plasma, 1024 x 768, I never put down any 768p or 720p sets, they're great, my plasma performs much better than the majority of sets (beats ALL LCDs) and won't replace it unless I want to go up to 1080p (it accepts a 1080p signal, just doesn't display it natively, still looks amazing).


And you're incredibly smart for thinking that the difference will be categorically noticeable which is what you seem to be implying.
#25
This a great set so I've voted it hot.

I nearly purchased the 37" model a while back but decided I didn't need a model that big so opted for the 32" version, it's a superb TV and I'd recommend it to anyone looking to buy a new TV.

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