UPDATE: Toshiba Regza 42AV635DB 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution + £449.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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UPDATE: Toshiba Regza 42AV635DB 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution + £449.99 @ Amazon

£449.99 @ Amazon
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 conten…
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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

This was posted over a month ago at £530 so thought it might be worth the update, hope I have not duplicated nor missed something.

Gary

Ignore this, it was posted 3 weeks ago my bad, i'm rubbish!!!
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#2
What is the difference between the XV & AV models?
#3
Morphosis
What is the difference between the XV & AV models?


Pretty much just the 100Hz setting I believe.
[helper]#4
We just got this TV. It is amazing. Fantastic hardware at a great price. TV (and X360) has never looked so good!
1 Like #5
If you have a MBNA card you can get £500 worth of amazon vouchers for £465 (probably best to add the 5 quid postal insurance on to it).

http://www.mbna.co.uk/lifestyle/
#6
Akai XIII



How does the £100 cashback work? Also, is the picture quality significantly better or noticeable to the average user wanting to use it for PS3, Xbox and normal viewing?
#7
sdavi3680
How does the £100 cashback work? Also, is the picture quality significantly better or noticeable to the average user wanting to use it for PS3, Xbox and normal viewing?


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/484322/toshiba-2009-lcd-tv-s-100-cashback-
#8
Looking into it myself, Cashback is direct with Toshiba. Instructions on the second link in the thread to the XV version. Now, should I wait for a better deal or jump in with this...... Hmmmmn
#9
It's cheaper from Currys.

£479 with code SAVE4

Free delivery aswell.
#10
TV's are coming right down at the moment, do they know something we dont? I think I am gonna hang on for another 3/4 weeks, see what changes!!!
#11
Same telly is available for £479.04 from Currys (delivered), using the promotional code SAVE4.
Also 2.5% Quidco.

Makes it over £30 less than the Amazon deal.
#12
Just a footnote to add, I have owned a number of large sets and experienced after care with a few too. I would recommend Tosh to anyone every day of the week, after care & quality I found to be some of the best I've experinced (I never got to try Sony but Acer, Atec, Pana, LG, Samsung, JVC).
#13
Akai XIII


650 - 500 = 150 :thumbsup:

Good price on the original telly however!
#14
woddle1000
TV's are coming right down at the moment, do they know something we dont? I think I am gonna hang on for another 3/4 weeks, see what changes!!!


what do you expect to change in 4 weeks
#15
sh33n
650 - 500 = 150 :thumbsup:

Good price on the original telly however!


£100 cashback - You quoted it then disregarded it. :-D
#16
Has this got a one year mfr warranty ??? I have been looking at J Lewis for the five year one so don't know whether to hold on, although seems like a good deal through Currys.
#17
sh33n
650 - 500 = 150 :thumbsup:

Good price on the original telly however!


He did say 'When you include the cashback! So 650-500-100=50:oops:
#18
Akai XIII:
For £50 more you can get the XV:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-42XV...ref=pd_cp_ce_1

When you include the cashback.
650 - 500 = 150

Good price on the original telly however!


650 - 100 cash back = 550 for a better spec TV.......
#19
stephen25uk
what do you expect to change in 4 weeks


they all seem to be price crashing, I think in a month or so there will be better choice and less of the lower resolutions being pushed forward I know this isnt one!!!
#20
woddle1000
they all seem to be price crashing, I think in a month or so there will be better choice and less of the lower resolutions being pushed forward I know this isnt one!!!


totally agree as it isn't one special a month or week. Every day there is a new offer and therefore if you are happy to wait (like we are) you will get an even better TV for less.
#21
leefal
If you have a MBNA card you can get £500 worth of amazon vouchers for £465 (probably best to add the 5 quid postal insurance on to it).

http://www.mbna.co.uk/lifestyle/


Any chance of telling me where? I have gone into site but I can't find Amazon.
#22
bargainhunter666
Any chance of telling me where? I have gone into site but I can't find Amazon.


enter the 1st 6 digits of your card then it takes you to a different website then search for amazon.
#23
sdavi3680
enter the 1st 6 digits of your card then it takes you to a different website then search for amazon.


That is what I tried. Takes me to MBNA Lifestyle. If I type Amazon in the search it returns Argos, ASDA and B&Q......
#24
bargainhunter666
That is what I tried. Takes me to MBNA Lifestyle. If I type Amazon in the search it returns Argos, ASDA and B&Q......


this is where it takes me

http://www.enticerewards.com/mbnalifestyle/details.asp?page=1&navId=-1&Item=733
#25
I am just in the process of purchasing the 42XV635DB from digital direct for a total of 580.
(Thats after the 100 cashback) -with 3 years warranty and buy now pay later until Oct 2010.
Not bad
#26
shaks08
I am just in the process of purchasing the 42XV635DB from digital direct for a total of 580.
(Thats after the 100 cashback) -with 3 years warranty and buy now pay later until Oct 2010.
Not bad


I just checked that out, it says it's the manufacturers warranty. Does that mean you get a 3 year warranty wherever you buy it from?
#27
sweet
#28
McHotpoon
Just a footnote to add, I have owned a number of large sets and experienced after care with a few too. I would recommend Tosh to anyone every day of the week, after care & quality I found to be some of the best I've experinced (I never got to try Sony but Acer, Atec, Pana, LG, Samsung, JVC).


Seconded - have an old 32" which when connected to HDMI showed a fault - repaired FOC out of warranty by them - it was a known fault but screen was about 3 years old by then

DB
#29
I bought the Toshiba 37XV635 model last week from Amazon and can say it's an incredible set. I'm not sure on the exact differences between the AV and XV model though I believe there are additional features over and above the 100Hz functionality (which is a big plus).

In terms of TV prices coming down, I've been hanging on for quite some time and decided to bite the bullet - think there will be a surge of OLED units on the market which I understand are slightly cheaper to manufacture and do use less power. However, I'm not sure how long the prices will take to drop to the levels they are currently at...

And remember VAT goes up from the start of next year so best get some bargains this side of Xmas as I suspect prices might just pick up but this is just my little economic theory as companies look to boost profits for Xmas...
#30
That cashback deal is awesome, thanks.

Gonna bag the 100hz model on monday :)
#31


Cheers, logged in and then used link and I see it. Wonder if my card has different 'benefits'....
#32
I bought the 46XV635DB from Digital Direct for £823.99 (incl. delivery) with a 3-year warranty. The £100 cashback this makes this TV £723.99, bargain.

Oh, and £17.15 in Quidco too making the TV £706.84 BARGAIN!

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/toshiba/46xv635db.html
#33
sdavi3680
I just checked that out, it says it's the manufacturers warranty. Does that mean you get a 3 year warranty wherever you buy it from?


Have a look on the Toshiba Website, its only a few retailers that the 3 yr warranty is available from
#34
A quick question about the cashback. It lists the following sets....
37XV635D
42XV635D
46XV635D
Why are they listed at DB on amazon, and this definitely doesn't make any difference when applying for the cashback? How long does it take to process and get that money back in your account?
#35
woddle1000
TV's are coming right down at the moment, do they know something we dont? I think I am gonna hang on for another 3/4 weeks, see what changes!!!


I think price's are coming down because HD channels start on freeview very soon in some areas of the uk , the tuners in all tv's sold now will not do dvb-t2. I can only see the price's getting less in the run up to the world cup 2010. This is still a good deal.
#36
Ahhh HD Freeview. Now I've not taken that into account. Great Point.
Being in granadaland, which should have FreeviewHD by December this year,
I may hold off and wait for the LCD/Plasma world to catch up.

Thanks for the heads up.
#37
one thing i must say toshiba's customer support are brilliant

my 5 year old tosh went wrong a few weeks back, sent me a replacement part absolutley free, and the support team are english too

would highly recommend using their products
[helper]#38
Great to hear the excellent commets on Toshiba. This is one of the reasons why we went with a Toshiba TV. I have had my Toshiba laptop for 4 years now and it still works and feels like it was built a month ago. The quality of their products is brill and it's getting harder and harder to find an electronics company that are reliable and consistent throughout a product range these days.
#39
I viewed a 42XV635 at Curry's a couple of days ago & I'm sorry to rain on any one's parade but I thought the picture quality was terrible.

The TV was showing BBC1 on freeview, not sure what the programme was but there was a man being being interviewed & it looked like his hair was literally painted on :thinking: ....it showed no detail at all, the outdoor scenes looked equally as bad with the grass etc, showing very little detail. I have seen this poor quality of picture before...it was on CRT TV sets years ago when they first introduced 100Hz....sorry to have to say this but it was like going back in time regarding the picture quality.

I got hold of the remote & had a bit of a mess on with some of the setting but none of these seemed to make much difference to the poor picture quality.

How come none of you with this TV have noticed or mentioned poor quality...surely it can't just be me that can see it?

Cheers.
#40
uncle buck
I viewed a 42XV635 at Curry's a couple of days ago & I'm sorry to rain on any one's parade but I thought the picture quality was terrible.

The TV was showing BBC1 on freeview, not sure what the programme was but there was a man being being interviewed & it looked like his hair was literally painted on :thinking: ....it showed no detail at all, the outdoor scenes looked equally as bad with the grass etc, showing very little detail. I have seen this poor quality of picture before...it was on CRT TV sets years ago when they first introduced 100Hz....sorry to have to say this but it was like going back in time regarding the picture quality.

I got hold of the remote & had a bit of a mess on with some of the setting but none of these seemed to make much difference to the poor picture quality.

How come none of you with this TV have noticed or mentioned poor quality...surely it can't just be me that can see it?

Cheers.


I'm guessing probably a poor input shared with about 40 other tvs on display there? Did you try a blu-ray or and hd feed off a sky hd box?

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