Toshiba Regza 42" 42XV503DB £712.49 Delivered ( £682.49 with Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Add voucher attached, cheapest i've found so far. You could buy the 40V3000 I posted or pay an extra 15 quid and get extra 2 inches, 25:000:1 contrast and 10 bit colour processing, GAME mode ! 10bit colour is a bonus as I assume it could support the full HDMI 1.3 spec.

# 1080p,24fps
# 25,000:1, GAME mode
# Brightness (cd/m2): 500
# HDMI: 3
VGA
SRS WOW sound

Check out its specs at http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-42XV503DB-Widescreen-1080p-Freeview/dp/B0013HJ6JK/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1206890015&sr=8-1
and over 300 pounds more !
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#1
How does this compare with the 42Z3030DB? I'm assuming this new model is an upgrade on the X range, so will have less features than the Z which is currently £850.
#2
For those thinking the price is wrong it's:
Play listing = £749.99
less 5% = £712.49
less 4% quidco.com (probably of the 95%?) = £683.99, otherwise £682.53.
#3
D00nhamer
How does this compare with the 42Z3030DB? I'm assuming this new model is an upgrade on the X range, so will have less features than the Z which is currently £850.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/163419/toshiba-42z3030-1080p-100hz-10-bit-

Still debating this, I have ordered this TV from play.com while I still debate cos I can always cancel, but this TV is nearly 200 pounds more, and has a dynamic contrast of 10 000:1. I've heard the SD TV is "blocky" and it does not have the greatest of blacks, but others swear by it. I'll try and get to a shop to see it sometime.
#5
Great deal
#6
Heard so many times Tosh reliability is not brilliant.....
banned#7
I know its irrelevant given technology has changed so much but I inherited an excellent top of the range Toshiba from the late 80s (I guess) which only began to fail this year!!! Made me want another Toshiba in the (probably forlorn) hope that it will last as well...

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