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Been looking at T.V's from 55-60" Think this is a good deal.
Manufacturer's Description
The ultimate in 3D home entertainment*. Full HD 3D brings your movies, sports and even games to life like you’ve never seen before for an immersive 3D experience in your living room. The REGZA 55WL768B offers Full HD 3D combined with Edge LED technology and 200Hz processing for exceptional picture quality, vivid colours and high performance. Exceptional connectivity is featured as standard with built-in Freeview HD to view terrestrial HD broadcast including BBC HD and ITV HD through your existing aerial without subscription and integrated access to YouTube and BBC iPlayer so you can stream and watch YouTube clips and BBC programming directly on the TV. HD USB connectivity enables you to view compatible videos, photos and music and DLNA technology allows you to stream multimedia content from your Windows 7 laptop. All of this is housed in an exceptionally modern and stylish design only 29mm deep, produced in collaboration with Danish design house, Jacob Jensen Design. *To experience 3D Full HD you need a 3D ready TV, Active Shutter 3D glasses, 3D ready cable, a 3D source (3D Blu-ray player or 3D TV set top box) and 3D content
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it may be LED - but 700 for 55" - it's plasma hot!

edit: review is cooling it http://www.trustedreviews.com/Toshiba-Regza-55WL768_TV_review

Edited By: trevordavies on May 02, 2012 02:03
very good price..wish i have the money now...

Edited By: seancsc on May 02, 2012 02:13
i have the Samsung 8000 series which was £2500 and i know this aint the Sammy but for £700 its amazing for a 55inch tv. £1,199.90 for the 46inch this price is to good to be true, fill your boots i would be having one for the bedroom but its to big.


Edited By: polly69 on May 02, 2012 02:31
Sold out.
Now a £1000 so cooling further
was looking at this yesterday, thought it's a fantastic deal.
hopefully it's back in stock when i've got moremoney to spend.
Andi Keane#7
Looks an awful review for a higher end set.
gutted its gone
Would love a 55 inch set but dodged a bullet by missing out on this. http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1348342-toshiba-wl768b-regza-3d-led-tv.html
Linners1978 1 Like #11
Thanks for this. Think I got one of the few available. Now I just hope it actually exists! I'd add more heat if I could!

Edited By: Linners1978 on May 02, 2012 15:19
sairdy 1 Like #12
Thanks for this. Think I got one of the few available. Now I just hope it actually exists! I'd add more heat if I could!
This is my first deal, so really happy that it helped somebody. Pretty sure u will get it, when I posted the deal they had 5 left. Good luck and enjoy your huge TV.
Linners1978 1 Like #13
Thanks again sairdy! TV arrived now and all is good. It even included a pair of 3D glasses which I didn't expect. Keep the deals coming!
trevordaviesbanned 1 Like #14
mine arrived too.
picture was perfect but freeview hd suffered sub-second picture blackouts, also I couldn't get it to downmix he-aac sound into dolby digital 5.1 out of the optical, only pcm stereo.

went to toshiba.com and downloaded the latest firmware to a usb stick, put it in the tv and it was a simple upgrade.

dolby sound solved, there's an AV connection menu that defaults to PCM, just flipped it to Auto, now have gut punching 5.1 again
freeview hd picture dropout also solved.

but now on black screens, and dark scenes I can see 4 or 5 blotches of brightness, that I'm sure weren't there before. a bit of a shame but my last tv had far greater problems.

watching youtube 3d side-by-side videos was a novelty for 30 mins. I'm no 3d convert yet.

power use on hollywood settings is 80-90watts- very low..
but in standby it is 30w - that's far too high - that's why it has an on/off switch I guess. will get lots of use.

still yet to test satellite. but for 700 smackers. I'm really happy.

thanks sairdy

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