Toshiba Regza 37RV635DB 37" full 1080p HD, Resolution + and Freeview now only £449.99 at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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not much time so short post.
great telly, full HD. Got it myself and very happy with it. Cheaper than when I bought it, IMHO a steal at £450

Product Features

* Meta Brain: Not all TVs are born equal. MetaBrain is Toshibas uniquely developed processing chip that acts as the brain of TV. MetaBrain drives certain features on the TV such as Resolution+ AutoView as standard features as well as variations of Active Vision Picture Processing and on selected models Dolby Volume
* Auto View: Auto View not only takes into account the room lighting but also analyses the content being shown in real time. The ambient light sensor constantly adjusts the LCDs backlight depending on the lighting condition in the room to provide a better viewing experience. In light rooms backlight is increased in dark rooms backlight is dimmed
* Full HD Ready 1080p: The highest definition signal currently available carries which 1080 horizontal lines of information progressivvely scanned to create a high definition image (1920 x 1080)
* Dynamic Contrast: Automatically adjusts brightness required by the signal. This system allows fine detail to be reproduced without compromising the rendering of colourful high-bright scenes by dimming the backlight. Conversely for bright scenes the backlight can be brightened to give images a new intensity
* Eco Panel: A specially designed LCD panel that is designed to consume less power than a conventional LCD TV. Eco-panels consume less power whilst still producing a stunning picture quality

* Active vision II
* Dynamic contrast up to 50,000:1
* 4 x HDMI
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1 Like #1
Very nice find :pirate:

Added the features to your op

Product Features

[LIST]
[*]Meta Brain: Not all TVs are born equal. MetaBrain is Toshibas uniquely developed processing chip that acts as the brain of TV. MetaBrain drives certain features on the TV such as Resolution+ AutoView as standard features as well as variations of Active Vision Picture Processing and on selected models Dolby Volume
[*]Auto View: Auto View not only takes into account the room lighting but also analyses the content being shown in real time. The ambient light sensor constantly adjusts the LCDs backlight depending on the lighting condition in the room to provide a better viewing experience. In light rooms backlight is increased in dark rooms backlight is dimmed
[*]Full HD Ready 1080p: The highest definition signal currently available carries which 1080 horizontal lines of information progressivvely scanned to create a high definition image (1920 x 1080)
[*]Dynamic Contrast: Automatically adjusts brightness required by the signal. This system allows fine detail to be reproduced without compromising the rendering of colourful high-bright scenes by dimming the backlight. Conversely for bright scenes the backlight can be brightened to give images a new intensity
[*]Eco Panel: A specially designed LCD panel that is designed to consume less power than a conventional LCD TV. Eco-panels consume less power whilst still producing a stunning picture quality[/LIST]
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[*]Active vision II
[*]Dynamic contrast up to 50,000:1
[*]4 x HDMI™[/LIST]

Technical Details


High Definition Ready 1080p Meta Brain
Active Vision II
Resolution+
Visible Screen Size (cm) 81
Screen Format 16:9
Panel Resolution 1920x1080p
Dolby Digital plus
Brightness (cd/m2) 450
Dynamic Contrast Ratio*50,000:1
Response Time (G to G)** 8ms
Viewing Angle (º) 178
AutoView
Game Mode
USB (JPEG Viewer)
PC Fine Mode
Exact Scan Mode
Audio Description (UK only)
Full Power Down Option
MPEG Noise Reduction
Selectable Picture Format
3D Digital Comb Filter
Digital Noise Reduction
Auto Backlight Control
DCDi Faroudja
Digital Text
Electronic Programme Guide 8 Day 8
Now and Next Information
Favourite Channel Memory
Text Page Memory
Audi
NICAM Stereo
Sound Output (RMS) W 20 20 20
Bass Boost
Dolby Digital Plus
Stable Sound
Tuning
DVB-T
DVB-C***
H.264***
Auto Set-up
Analogue
HDMI™ 4
Component Video
Composite Video
RGB (via SCART) 1
SCART 2
S-Video
USB
Digital Audio Out
PC Input
RS-232
Analogue Audio Input
Headphone
DVB Common Interface
Off Timer
Panel Lock
Integrated Signal Amplifier
Wall Mountable (VESA)
Swivel Stand
Optional Floor Stand 42” MV5FXZ 37” and 32”MV4FXZ MV4FXZ
Pedestal Stand*Dynamic Contrast specifications are defined by Toshiba's standard which is based on measured results.Product design and specification subject to change or modification without notice
**Specification correct at time of publication. Specification subject to change. Please check specification with retailer
Prior to purchase.***DVB-C / H.264 tuners are capable of supporting the base standard for any country broadcasting H.264/ DVB-C signals
Full operation is dependant on Conditional Access (CA) systems and additional standards implemented in your country.
1 Like #2
Great price.
HnR+
#3
Sweet deal!
#4
thanks rayman for adding all the features
#5
bought this tv begining of the year from dixons online £405.00 delivered
excellent picture no ghostng on games full hd
sd tv looks good though virgin box
hd blueray looks awesome
ps3 and xbox look the dogs
#6
Only £50 more than the 32" version HOT!:thumbsup:
#7
is it only 50hz?
#8
sabz786
is it only 50hz?


yes. if you want 100Hz you need to go for XV range
#9
sabz786
is it only 50hz?


dr.met.ty
yes. if you want 100Hz you need to go for XV range


To be honest though, a lot of talks on av forums are stating, and it seems to make sense that 100hz really is just a marketing ploy, it was useful for reducing scan lines and flicker on CRTs, but really doesn't do anything for motion blur, any decent manufacturer already have decent scaler engines for that purpose, Sony Bravia, Philips Pixel Plus, LG XD Engine, Toshiba Regza Engine etc etc etc.

This is a really good price for a 37" LCD in my opinion...heat added.
#10
[QUOTE=retro65]bought this tv begining of the year from dixons online £405.00 delivered...

Will be hoping for more of this at Christmas - can't wait.

Good deal though :thumbsup:
#11
It's a great TV, bought one myself in January for about the same price.
#12
I got the older model of this, the 37rv555db, its a very good TV! Though having said that the older model did have 100hz, and I personally would not do without it. There is a noticeable difference between that and TVs that don't have 100Hz (though whether that is just a difference in quality of the TVs or the 100Hz thats the difference maker is impossible to tell - perhaps this new model has other things to improve the quality). I think it's strange that they've released a new model and effectively put less technology in it.
#13
nice find m8.

im looking for one for xmas dis year.
#14
42 inch version is only £58 more (£507.99)
#15
pcoltas
42 inch version is only £58 more (£507.99)


no sorry. you are looking at the AV model which is not 1080p. the RV is priced at £671
#16
cicobuff
Sony Bravia, Philips Pixel Plus, LG XD Engine, Toshiba Regza Engine etc etc etc.


I may be wrong but 'REGZA' is'nt something to do with picture hardware, I thought it was a connectivity system of toshiba's?

I've got the 37" that was on offer in sainsburys and i'm sure I read it in the manual :)
#17
is there a hack or anything that lets you use the USB port for watching AVI files?
#18
dr.met.ty
yes. if you want 100Hz you need to go for XV range


Hmmm I have a 37" XV and that doesn't have 100hz. I'm 99% sure its the RV range that has 100hz....not that the feature is necessary really.

@ Godspeed

Yeah Regza system is a way of linking compatible DVD players etc to the TV and using the single controller to control the lot, but it is also the name for the picture processing engine.
#19
sdavi3680
is there a hack or anything that lets you use the USB port for watching AVI files?


As far as I am aware Photos and Music Only. Might be worth looking at:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/464582/western-digital-wd-tv-hd-media-play/ now £68.14
#20
If only this had 5 year warranty.
Still a great price.
HOT
#21
dr.met.ty
no sorry. you are looking at the AV model which is not 1080p. the RV is priced at £671


I'm sure I saw on Amazon that the 42AV635 is 1080p. Funnily enough, the 37AV635 is not? :?
#22
dr.met.ty;6236823
no sorry. you are looking at the AV model which is not 1080p. the RV is priced at £671


Every retailer I look at says the 42AV is 1080P, so does Toshiba's website. They can't all be wrong. There are obviously other differences between the AV and RV series, but it's not the resolution.
#23
Great TV...HOT!
#24
merlinthehappypig
Every retailer I look at says the 42AV is 1080P, so does Toshiba's website. They can't all be wrong. There are obviously other differences between the AV and RV series, but it's not the resolution.


spec-wise it seems to be little besides the contrast and 'eco panel'
Comparison
#25
Zerobob
Hmmm I have a 37" XV and that doesn't have 100hz. I'm 99% sure its the RV range that has 100hz....not that the feature is necessary really.


You must have the old regza xv505db/535db series then. The RV does not have 100Hz - in fact this is the only difference between the RV and latest XV635DB series; the XV635 does...

It is well worth paying for the XV635 IMO as opposed to the RV, as there is a noticeable difference between 50Hz and 100Hz on Sky Sports HD. Paid under £515 for the 37XV635DB a week or so ago - stunning for the price!
#26
osiris
As far as I am aware Photos and Music Only.


37XV635DB can play divx movies from USB too, I have one :) (although obviously it doesn't beat good old VLC along with klite codec pack on an HTPC)
#27
retro65

sd tv looks good though virgin box


Quite, and furthermore the improvement with SD when viewing via a V+ box is awesome. Beats freeview (of course), Sky SD, Freesat in SD, all by miles. Wonderful TV.
#28
Is this considerably better than the 32RV635? Im just not sure a 37 will fit?! Just i can get the 32 which i know will fit and i can order for £360 via work but is it really true 1080p isnt great on sub 37" sets?
#29
cicobuff;6236361
To be honest though, a lot of talks on av forums are stating, and it seems to make sense that 100hz really is just a marketing ploy, it was useful for reducing scan lines and flicker on CRTs, but really doesn't do anything for motion blur, any decent manufacturer already have decent scaler engines for that purpose, Sony Bravia, Philips Pixel Plus, LG XD Engine, Toshiba Regza Engine etc etc etc.

This is a really good price for a 37" LCD in my opinion...heat added.

there is a noticeable difference between tv's with refresh rates of 50hz and 100hz - certainly the panasonics i looked at
suspended#30
pcoltas
42 inch version is only £58 more (£507.99)



I have the 42 inch version. Got it for £480 because it was ex-display ;)
#31
dr.met.ty
no sorry. you are looking at the AV model which is not 1080p. the RV is priced at £671


42" is 1080p
#32
merlinthehappypig
Every retailer I look at says the 42AV is 1080P, so does Toshiba's website. They can't all be wrong. There are obviously other differences between the AV and RV series, but it's not the resolution.


Does anyone know what the differences are? I've been looking at the 42AV before I saw this deal and I'm very tempted at the Amazon price, but would be willing to spend a bit more if a similar TV was well worth getting instead.
#33
This is now also £449.99 at Dixons ,with 3% topcashback that makes it about £437.
#34
unreality;6249516
Does anyone know what the differences are? I've been looking at the 42AV before I saw this deal and I'm very tempted at the Amazon price, but would be willing to spend a bit more if a similar TV was well worth getting instead.


As far as I can tell, just that the RV and XV have the Eco-panel (uses about 40% less electricity) and a few additional inputs. I think the sound is supposed to be better on the RV and XV as well, but most flat panel TV's have poor sound anyway and are much better with a surround sound system, so that wouldn't be an issue for me.

My son tried both the AV and XV in Curry's today with an Xbox 360 and couldn't see any difference in picture quality at 720P using a HDMI cable.
#35
My Dad paid £465 for this at Amazon only last week!
Very smart telly...
#36
leeparker
Is this considerably better than the 32RV635? Im just not sure a 37 will fit?! Just i can get the 32 which i know will fit and i can order for £360 via work but is it really true 1080p isnt great on sub 37" sets?


It is not considerably better it is just bigger the 32RV635 is excellent
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030219,49302355,00.htm
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/toshiba-32rv635db-32rv635d-20090818158.htm
http://www.avforums.com/forums/9918381-post27.html
http://www.reevoo.com/reviews/mpn/toshiba/32rv635
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B001TUYQ46/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

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