Toshiba Regza 42AV635DB 42-inch Widescreen HD ready 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution + £479 @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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The REGZA AV63 series combines HD Ready picture processing with a stylish contemporary black high gloss design. All Regza AV63s feature Resolution+ technology which enhances standard definition content to virtually high definition quality. The AutoView function is able to adapt to the lighting conditions in the room and analyses the content on screen, automatically and instantaneously providing optimal picture settings at all times. The AV61 series boasts a contemporary black gloss finish, with narrow bezels and new slim speakers. The stylish design hides a wealth of technology, including 4 x HDMI slots, a PC Input connection and powerful audio performance from the integrated stereo speakers
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LegendPixel


I ordered mine from dell on the 13th of December delivery was supposed to be on Tuesday now its been put back another week, so here's hoping it comes if not I know where to order next! lol
#4
I thought HD Ready meant 720p... this is 1080p yet it still called HD Ready. What's the difference?
#5
JoYork
I thought HD Ready meant 720p... this is 1080p yet it still called HD Ready. What's the difference?


A lot more pixels = a lot more detail.... still, you'd probably not notice unless you get a 50" screen, sit 2" from the screen or you are watching BlueRay
#6
JoYork
I thought HD Ready meant 720p... this is 1080p yet it still called HD Ready. What's the difference?


HD Ready means that is a minimum of 720p and will also accept an 1080p signal (which it may scale down to 720p). Therefore 720p and 1080p TVs are HD Ready, but only 1080p are Full HD.
#7
Bad Ash
HD Ready means that is a minimum of 720p and will also accept an 1080p signal (which it may scale down to 720p). Therefore 720p and 1080p TVs are HD Ready, but only 1080p are Full HD.


Eh? I thought 1080p was full HD (aka HD Ready 1080p) - 720p and 1080i is HD ready.
#8
LegendPixel


Not if you use the £10 off voucher
#9
"enhances standard definition content to virtually high definition quality"

LOL
sorry that really tickled me :roll:
#10
Has been £449 at Amazon so not that great.
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Chicco
I ordered mine from dell on the 13th of December delivery was supposed to be on Tuesday now its been put back another week, so here's hoping it comes if not I know where to order next! lol


Me too hopefully we'll see it before new years
#12
This has been £479 for ages a good TV but has been this price for a while and as stated earlier it has been cheaper voted cold
#13
can anyone tell if this is 50hz,100hz or 200hz as i'v been told tro go for the highest rating that i can get!! why??:thinking:
#14
caesar2006
can anyone tell if this is 50hz,100hz or 200hz as i'v been told tro go for the highest rating that i can get!! why??:thinking:


This TV is 50hz.....
My personal opinion is that 100 or 200hz is only really beneficial with sports and gaming... in fact i've heard many people claim that it can be a disadvantage when watching films.
#15
Biker Jeff
This TV is 50hz.....
My personal opinion is that 100 or 200hz is only really beneficial with sports and gaming... in fact i've heard many people claim that it can be a disadvantage when watching films.


It depends if it can handle a 100hz input signal as this offers some advantages such as 3D compatability - however this is currently restricted to a handful of Plasma sets at present (LCDs can't handle the required response times as yet...). Current 100hz plus sets only offer 50hz frames repeated twice instead of once per cycle.
#16
russell07
It depends if it can handle a 100hz input signal as this offers some advantages such as 3D compatability - however this is currently restricted to a handful of Plasma sets at present (LCDs can't handle the required response times as yet...). Current 100hz plus sets only offer 50hz frames repeated twice instead of once per cycle.


I didn't know that.
Good shout.
#17
Ordered mine yesterday at Dell for Christmas Pressie:gift::santa:. Have to say Amazon is lot faster for dispatch and delivery, Dell takes 2 days to confirm order lol, hope i get my superb TV this year:x:x Still voted hot
#18
Might be worth looking at again early next year
#19
anyone know what the 32" version of this is like?? want it for standard TV, gaming and film watching dont have sky or HD source.cheers
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#21
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/563242/toshiba-42xv635db-42-regza-xv-serie

pay the extra £72 (including quidco) for the 100hz upgraded model
#22
I got mine last week from pixmania £404 when using quidco and free delivery, ordered sunday night arrived Tuesday 0815 hrs....:-D
#23
Just to give yo a heads up this is now listing at £449^^
banned#24
Juice21
Just to give yo a heads up this is now listing at £449^^http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0020HR6PI?ie=UTF8&tag=hklasnzx-21&linkCode=as2&camp=1634&creative=19450&creativeASIN=B0020HR6PI


Actually its 439.99 delivered!

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