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kazmcj Avatar
8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks agoFeedback:26 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
For Sale a Toshiba 32" LCD TV

We have just ordered a bigger tv, so have this one up for sale if anyone is interested.
Brought it about 2 years ago, so just had one careful owner! No warranty but the tv is in excellent condition and works perfectly.

Highlights of the Toshiba 32WLT66 32" HD Ready LCD iDTV

* Visible screen size (cm): 81;
* Screen format: 16:9;
* Display technology: LCD;
* Display resolution: 1366x768;
* High Definition ready;
* Contrast ratio: 1200:1;
* Brightness (cd/m2): 500;
* Comb filter (3D/Digital);
* Active Vision LCD;
* Progressive scan;
* DNR;
* Selectable picture format;
* Auto format (WSS).

Photos can be added if anyone is seriously interested.

Because of the weight etc would have to be buyer collects. We are in Cambridgeshire.
Shipping/Payment:
Collection only
Cash on collection
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks agoFeedback:26 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Will try and upload some pictures for you now:)

Your welcome to come and pick it up or arrange your own collection:)
#2
kazmcj
Will try and upload some pictures for you now:)

Your welcome to come and pick it up or arrange your own collection:)


Has it got pc connection? If so i might be interested
banned#3
interested!
Pending on pics!
#4
wonkey
Has it got pc connection? If so i might be interested


Yep OH has his computer hooked up to the tv through the hdmi connection. Also has a standard VGA connection.

Working on pictures now, please bare with me:)
#5
http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h9/karenungar/th_DSCN1844.jpg

http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h9/karenungar/th_DSCN1844.jpg
http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h9/karenungar/th_DSCN1833.jpg
banned#6
best price ?
#7
£200 is what iwant it is an super tv for the price
#8
I am interested.

where abouts are you in cambs as i am in london and would have to go on a road trip
#9
Hi kaz, if the buyer organised their own courier, would that be an option? :)
#10
i would have cleaned the cabinet before taking picture,its a bit dusty
#11
mr gadget
I am interested.

where abouts are you in cambs as i am in london and would have to go on a road trip


Hi, we are in Ely
#12
mbgringo
Hi kaz, if the buyer organised their own courier, would that be an option? :)


Will have a check and see if I have still got the original box etc

The thing is I really don't want it to get damaged in transit:thumbsup:
#13
ramiuk1
i would have cleaned the cabinet before taking picture,its a bit dusty


Didn't look dusty, till I saw the photo:oops:
#14
Any chance of delivery ?
#15
At the moment, I would rather find a buyer that can collect. That way they can see it working and make sure 100% happy before parting with their cash. Also it is quite heavy and as I said I am not sure whether I still have the original packaging (will check tomorrow) Don't really want to post if not as I would be worried about it getting damaged.

Thanks for your interest though:)
#16
kazmcj
At the moment, I would rather find a buyer that can collect. That way they can see it working and make sure 100% happy before parting with their cash. Also it is quite heavy and as I said I am not sure whether I still have the original packaging (will check tomorrow) Don't really want to post if not as I would be worried about it getting damaged.

Thanks for your interest though:)


yea collection is far better ! for both parties:santa:
#17
I am interested.

I can offer £150, as i have to come up from South London
#18
mr gadget
I am interested.

I can offer £150, as i have to come up from South London



Really sorry I have only just noticed your post. OH is in bed now so will check with him tomorrow:)
#19
If you drop the price any more from £200 your mad, if I could collect this I would snap it up.
If you cant get asking why not stick on ebay you should get £300 for it.
Just use a courier to deliver it, parceltree are £6.50 & deliver up to 30kg so should deliver this no probs :thumbsup:
#20
stgeorge
If you drop the price any more from £200 your mad, if I could collect this I would snap it up.
If you cant get asking why not stick on ebay you should get £300 for it.
Just use a courier to deliver it, parceltree are £6.50 & deliver up to 30kg so should deliver this no probs :thumbsup:


thats without the insurance on it, looking at £15 plus for it to be covered
1 Like #21
ramiuk1
i would have cleaned the cabinet before taking picture,its a bit dusty


your buying the tv not the dust duh even i can work that out.
banned#22
stgeorge;3511809
If you drop the price any more from £200 your mad, if I could collect this I would snap it up.
If you cant get asking why not stick on ebay you should get £300 for it.
Just use a courier to deliver it, parceltree are £6.50 & deliver up to 30kg so should deliver this no probs :thumbsup:

I agree. I have this TV (paid £860 for it 2 years ago!). It is excellent and was the best LCD available at the time.
banned#23
What resolution would be on my 360?
#24
I'l be willing to pay £180 but won't be able to collect straight away.

Can sent you a deposit via paypal say £10 ?

I assume you have the remote and you say it's 100% working ?
#25
If I was local I'd have offered the asking price - £200 for a branded 32" HD Ready TV is a bargain :thumbsup:
#26
Offer withdrawn, Sorry
#27
mr gadget
I am interested.

I can offer £150, as i have to come up from South London


Have now spoken to him and he asked me to decline your offer but thanks for the interest:)
#28
stgeorge
If you drop the price any more from £200 your mad, if I could collect this I would snap it up.
If you cant get asking why not stick on ebay you should get £300 for it.
Just use a courier to deliver it, parceltree are £6.50 & deliver up to 30kg so should deliver this no probs :thumbsup:


Thanks for your input:)

Have chatted to OH and he won't budge on the £200 asking price, it was a long shot putting it on here due to location issues. Our new tv is being delivered today. What I will say is if I can somehow use the packaging from the new one to securely pack it up, then I would perhaps consider delivery.

Just to mention yes it does come with the remote control and also found the manual.

Don't have a clue about resolution on an xbox info on the telly can be found here, maybe that will help you?

http://www.unbeatable.co.uk/p_repr/Toshiba-32WLT68-Television-Reviews/37143317.html
banned 1 Like #29
lumoruk;3513270
What resolution would be on my 360?

resolution is 1,366 x 768 and is compatible with the key 720p and 1080i signals.

review here

http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2006/05/08/Toshiba-32WLT66-32in-LCD-TV/p1
banned#30
even more info:-

What Video and Widescreen TV, issue 306: "The 32WLT66 is another class LCD act from Toshiba.",
What Hi-Fi Sound and Vision, May 2006: "This is an excellent screen...under our performance-per-pound criteria, the Toshiba 32WLT66 easily cruises to a five-star review, and will surely push any screen in this class right to the line",
"Another superb LCD TV from Tosh; well specified and near-faultless performance at a cracking price",
What Home Cinema - June 2006: "The Toshiba's pictures are still resoundingly excellent",
What Plasma and LCD TV - Issue 25: It is commended for being affordable and for producing 'phenomenal' colours - "the experience is intense, vibrant and - most importantly - very realistic",
What HDTV - Issue 2: "Rarely have we seen such impressive saturation levels from upscaled HD pictures. The experience is vivid, vibrant and entirely convincing",
"It's a pleasure to discover such an impressive screen. HD Images are stunning, colours are impressive and it looks tasty as well.",
Stuff - June 2006: "Rich, colourful, three-dimensional and stable even under fast motion - the Toshiba pretty much nails the lot",
"A flatscreen superstar"
banned#31
Picture [LIST]
[*]Visible screen size (cm): 81
[*]Screen format: 16:9
[*]Display technology: LCD
[*]Display resolution: 1366x768
[*]High Definition ready
[*]Contrast ratio: 1200:1
[*]Comb filter (3D/Digital)
[*]Active Vision LCD
[*]Progressive scan
[*]DNR
[*]Selectable picture format
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[*]Fastext
[*]Text page memory
[*]Digital Text
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banned#32
Audio [LIST]
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[*]Sound output (RMS) W: 20
[*]SRS WOW
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[*]Digital TV Tuner
[*]Auto set-up
[*]Number of channels (Analogue): 100
[*]Multi-standard tuner
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[*]HDMI: 2
[*]Component video
[*]RGB: 1
[*]SCART: 2
[*]Front/side AV input
[*]PC Input
[*]Rear audio out
[*]Headphone[/LIST]http://cgi5.ebay.co.uk/icons/ecblank.gifOther Features [LIST]
[*]Off timer
[*]Panel lock
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[*]Pedestal stand[/LIST]http://cgi5.ebay.co.uk/icons/ecblank.gifDimensions [LIST]
[*]Width (mm): 794
[*]Height without ped. Stand (mm): 559
[*]Height with ped. Stand (mm): 611
[*]Depth without ped. Stand (mm): 116
[*]Depth with ped. Stand (mm): 300
[*]Height with floor stand (mm): 1141
[*]Weight (Kg) without stand: 17.3
[*]Weight (Kg) with stand: 19.2
[*]Power Consumption(Typical): 240
[*]Power Consumption (Stand-by): <1[/LIST]
#33
I had the 42" model of this and I am glad I took the 3 year warranty. It has since been replaced with a newer model as a straight exchange.

The fault was supposed to be a common fault as the engineer said, it had a very faint line straight down the middle of the TV, you could only see it when the TV was showing certain colours.

I read about it on AV Forums and loads of people were having the same issue.

Just a word of warning to people buying this model, I would definitely want to see it working before purchasing.

I am not trying to thread spoil, just pointing out the flaws with this model and the panel.
#34
LFC Muppet
I had the 42" model of this and I am glad I took the 3 year warranty. It has since been replaced with a newer model as a straight exchange.

The fault was supposed to be a common fault as the engineer said, it had a very faint line straight down the middle of the TV, you could only see it when the TV was showing certain colours.

I read about it on AV Forums and loads of people were having the same issue.

Just a word of warning to people buying this model, I would definitely want to see it working before purchasing.

I am not trying to thread spoil, just pointing out the flaws with this model and the panel.



I have said all along that I would prefer someone to collect so that they can see it for themselves. I can assure you I have nothing to hide and there are no lines down this TV what so ever:) I could take a picture of the telly on?
#35
Hi... will offer you £200.. but can you please deliver it to s. wales?
#36
I am so sorry to keep messing about.

Our new TV has arrived but it's box and bits are not suitable to use as packaging for the new one. I am really not comfortable sending something so expensive and fragile, when I don't have the right materials to send it safely.

Thanks everybody for your info/input and interest but think it's better to expire this thread and try to sell it locally, where the buyer can collect and see it working.
banned#37
kazmcj
I am so sorry to keep messing about.

Our new TV has arrived but it's box and bits are not suitable to use as packaging for the new one. I am really not comfortable sending something so expensive and fragile, when I don't have the right materials to send it safely.

Thanks everybody for your info/input and interest but think it's better to expire this thread and try to sell it locally, where the buyer can collect and see it working.


ask for £250 and let them take you down to £200 :thumbsup: just a hint at bartering, I would have been interested had a I lived 70 miles closer, it would be an 84 mile journey there for me. Though the Cambridge to Oxford X5 is cheap enough :whistling:
#38
Hi can you tell me please if the TV is still for sale, I would possibly like to come and have a look this weekend.
thanks
#39
Are you local to the area, we are in Ely Cambridgshire?
#40
Are you around tomorrow during the day for someone to have a look at the TV:thumbsup:

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