Toshiba 32EL833B 32" HD Ready Slim LED TV Freeview £209.99 @ Ebuyer/Ebay
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Toshiba 32EL833B 32" HD Ready Slim LED TV Freeview £209.99 @ Ebuyer/Ebay

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Found 1st Jul 2011
Inbuilt USB Media Player BRAND NEW & WARRANTY


Toshiba 32EL833B 32" HD Ready Slim LED TV Freeview
USB Media Player
24p Motion Technology
2x HDMI
Wall Mountable
Parental Control
Hotel Mode
H54 x W77 x D4.5cm

Overview
Product Description

Witness High Definition viewing quality and the benefits of LED technology. The 32" EL is a LED TV that delivers High Definition resolution with amazing colours, brightness and clarity assured via revolutionary LED technology all in a thin, space-saving design.

Along with the reassurance of Toshiba quality and great affordability, the EL is simply the perfect choice.

Stunning picture
Using LED backlighting to give images the ultimate in contrast, with deep blacks and bright whites on the HD screen at the same time, in short, it's a sensation for your eyeballs.

Freeview built-in
You needn't worry about picking up a separate TV stand just to plug a Freeview box into the Toshiba REGZA 32EL833B: it comes with Freeview built in, so once it's hooked up to an aerial connection, you can start watching scores of channels straight away.

Digital video playback
The Toshiba REGZA 32EL833B can play any media stored on your PC as well as what's broadcast over regular ol' airwaves.Transfer music files, digital photos and movie onto a USB stick and you can plug it into the TV, browse through them all with your remote and watch them from the comfort of your sofa.

Space saving design
The Toshiba REGZA 32EL833B measures 32-inches (81.28cm) across so you've got plenty of screen real estate to lay your eyes on. But it's surprisingly compact too, with a thin frame and stand that sits snugly underneath, so you can fit it on a shelf or table in any room in the house - and the entry level price makes it ideal for this purpose too.

It's ideal for your computer
The Toshiba REGZA 32EL833B features two HDMI ports, so you can plug in a PVR and a games console for the den, but it also comes with a PC input connection, so you can turn it into a monitor. It's ideal for playing PC games on the big screen, or watching internet Flash video away from your laptop.

Active Vision
Toshiba's high performance and flexible picture processing system offering different picture modes and a 1366 x 768 resolution, so you can display high-definition images with the addition of a separate HD receiver or Blu-ray player, giving you stunningly detailed viewing of films, soaps and sport.

Detailed Spec:
Picture
Diagonal Screen Size (cm / inch) 80/30
Visible Area (H x V) 69.7 x 392.3
Screen Format 16:9
Resolution 1366x768
Brightness (cd/m2) 400
Contrast Ratio 1200
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 3,000,000:1
Response Time (G to G) 9 ms
Viewing Angle 178 cm
LED
HD Ready
50Hz processing
24p Mode: Standard | Smooth
Real Digital Picture
MPEG Noise Reduction
Digital Noise Reduction
3D Digital Comb Filter
Auto Backlight Control
3D Colour Management
Colour Temperature selectable
Manual picture size select
Exact Scan Mode
Mode
Dynamic
Game
Movie
Standard
User
Audio
NICAM Stereo
Virtual Surround Sound
Dolby® Digital Plus
Sound Output (RMS)W 2 x 5
Tuning
Freeview
Analogue Tuner
Auto Set-up
NTSC Video-Playback
DVB-C
DVB-T
H.264
Interactive Features
Text Page Memory 100
Digital Text
Electronic Programme Guide
Now and Next Information
Picture (USB)
Audio (USB)
Video (USB)
Other Features
Audio Description (UK only)
Freeze Screen
Timer
Panel Lock
Auto Format
4:3 stretch
No Signal Off
Hotel Mode
Clone Mode
Connections
HDMI 2
Regza Link (HDMI-CEC)
Component Video
Composite Video
SCART
3.5mm Scart Adapter
Analogue audio (Cinch) | Audio (mini jack)
PC input
USB
Digital Audio Out
Headphone
Power
Power 47.3 w
Power Standby 0.3 w
Accessories
Remote Control (Type) CT-90326
Remote Control Battery (AAA) x 2
Instruction Manual
TV Stand Integrated
Dimension with Stand fitted
Width (mm) 769.9 mm
Height (mm) 540 mm
Depth (mm) 198.6 mm
Weight (kg) 10 kg
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40 Comments
Good price but shame it's not full HD.
How much warranty is given?
Original Poster
Whitswonga

How much warranty is given?



12 Months
cheddarman

Good price but shame it's not full HD.



As a 32" it shouldnt really be noticable (not always the case mind) , good price.
Might have been tempted purely because it's LED. There's not expert reviews on it from what I can see though. I wouldn't buy this without at least a Square Deal warranty off Amazon either... Toshiba TV's are sketchy to say the least... be warned...

I would say it's unusual for an LED backlit to only be 50Hz as well..
Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 1st Jul 2011
Very good price, only released on 5th May 2011. £399 at Tesco.

dealpond.com/pri…833
My mother in law is after a new tv,shes had the same 32" old style tv for the last 10 years,do you think this would be an ideal purchase for her?
Not up to scratch with TVs to be honest!
Cold from me because its not 50 inch/glasses free 3d/1080p and its more than £19.07
phatbear

Cold from me because its not 50 inch/glasses free 3d/1080p and its more … Cold from me because its not 50 inch/glasses free 3d/1080p and its more than £19.07



You get what you pay for..
phatbear

Cold from me because its not 50 inch/glasses free 3d/1080p and its more … Cold from me because its not 50 inch/glasses free 3d/1080p and its more than £19.07



You forgot 1000Hz.
Good deal heat added
Does anyone have this, and know whether it will run AVI files off a USB stick?
how can this be anything but hot, it may be a 'fake' led, backlit only, but for £210, it's gotta be a bargain
If you look at the purchase history someone has bought 15 and another has bought 20.
nice price
funny how it's an LED but I can't find one picture on the net showing the side of the TV to show how thin (or thick) it is! I know it states the dimensions but I don't know if I trust them lol
paz2k6

funny how it's an LED but I can't find one picture on the net showing the … funny how it's an LED but I can't find one picture on the net showing the side of the TV to show how thin (or thick) it is! I know it states the dimensions but I don't know if I trust them lol



Looks pretty slim here..click on "Take a closer look"
at the bottom of the page.

home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/Reg…33/
Edited by: "1616french" 1st Jul 2011
Seems great thanks, Plus quidco on the paypal payment hopefully. Shame its not white, but at that price happy days
Banned
Is the fact it is an LED screen make up for the fact it isn't 1080p or is 1080p the pinnacle of quality television?
LED only matters if you wall mount the TV because of the slimness, unless it's Backlit LD (which this isn't) LED is inferior. They are making the non LED screens fatter than in previous years though, it's so they can sell the CCFL (non LED) screens for a premium.

To make use of 1080p on a 32" you're going to need to be sitting under 2M from the screen and need to have full HD sources, may be ideal if you plan to use it with a PC.

Edited by: "bluespace77" 1st Jul 2011
jasonodell

how can this be anything but hot, it may be a 'fake' led, backlit only, … how can this be anything but hot, it may be a 'fake' led, backlit only, but for £210, it's gotta be a bargain



Surely you're a bit mixed up there. I would term 'fake' LED as being Edge-lit LED as the only real advantage over traditional LCDs is that they are supposedly thinner. Backlit LED LCD TVs give you the advantage of better contrast due to local dimming and overall better picture quality, so backlit is the way to go. Correct me if I'm wrong here...

Great deal for a backlit LED TV. Absolutely no need for it, but still considering buying one!
Need one for the dining room to put up on the wall.

Was looking for a TV with usb connection.

This might just be the one I've been looking for!

Nice find, heat added!
bluespace77

LED only matters if you wall mount the TV because of the slimness, unless … LED only matters if you wall mount the TV because of the slimness, unless it's Backlit LD (which this isn't) LED is inferior....



Quote from the spec:
"Using LED backlighting to give images the ultimate in contrast..."
Will it play films off a usb stick?
swanseastu

Seems great thanks, Plus quidco on the paypal payment hopefully. Shame … Seems great thanks, Plus quidco on the paypal payment hopefully. Shame its not white, but at that price happy days


How do you get quidco on a paypal payment?
theboss

12 Months


Where does it quote 12months cannot find it. cheers
ZedEx

As a 32" it shouldnt really be noticable (not always the case mind) , … As a 32" it shouldnt really be noticable (not always the case mind) , good price.



Why do people come out with nonsense like this.

Why shouldn't it be?
its pointless buying a 1080p screen if its under 42 inch you cant notice the difference and in most cases you cant even notice the difference on bigger screens until you go very very very close to the screen..ive voted ho on this my mum bought this tv in january and its a very good tv and plays most divx /avis ive put on her usb stick
realblender

It depends how far away you sit from the tv.



I know it does, no need to tell me, that still doesn't answer the question I asked.
waxxy

its pointless buying a 1080p screen if its under 42 inch you cant notice … its pointless buying a 1080p screen if its under 42 inch you cant notice the difference and in most cases you cant even notice the difference on bigger screens until you go very very very close to the screen..ive voted ho on this my mum bought this tv in january and its a very good tv and plays most divx /avis ive put on her usb stick



Nonsense and utter tosh. 1080p is the same as it is at 20" as it is at 100" if both are viewed from the correct distance.

Are you trying to tell me my 1200p monitor is pointless being 1200p because it's 24"?

It all depencds on viewing distance and really has nothing to do with screen size alone.
johnyb

How do you get quidco on a paypal payment?



Quidco via ebay paypal payment

From quidco site "40% for winning an eBay auction or Buy It Now item. This amount is based on eBay revenue - not on the price you pay."
swanseastu

Quidco via ebay paypal payment From quidco site "40% for winning an eBay … Quidco via ebay paypal payment From quidco site "40% for winning an eBay auction or Buy It Now item. This amount is based on eBay revenue - not on the price you pay."



So how does quidco link to your ebay purchase?
johnyb

So how does quidco link to your ebay purchase?



sign into quidco, search for ebay, then click through the ebay link in quidco. That will then monitor your activity in that browsing session, buy / win an auction, then pay for it through ebays paypal process and then it will track etc as all other quidco stuff does.

make sure everytime you buy / pay for something that you go via quidco route or it wont work, its triggered by the paypal payment, not the ebay purchase I think

eg, i bought some underfloor heating kit, cost £290 ish via eaby, got £11odd quidco back on it.
Really good price for a Toshiba, nice find
http://cache-04.gawkerassets.com/assets/images/4/2009/07/too-close-to-tv.jpg

Mum, I can see ten eighty pees.
Nookster

Mum, I can see ten eighty pees.


After all the hot air on these forums about 'correct' viewing distances and HD vs FullHD... the kids won't listen!
post no 32 -

Nonsense and utter tosh

... yes, it's a Toshiba (_;)
can anyone suggest a good mount for this (that's pretty easy to put up)?
shawty get a grip if you read my post thats what i ment..the differences between a 720p/1080p screen goes of size and distance also quality of the source..in fact theres loads of variables too take into account such as quality of screen,contrast,brightness...etc.....the whole 720p 1080p arguement is pretty pathetic
waxxy

shawty get a grip if you read my post thats what i ment..the differences … shawty get a grip if you read my post thats what i ment..the differences between a 720p/1080p screen goes of size and distance also quality of the source..in fact theres loads of variables too take into account such as quality of screen,contrast,brightness...etc.....the whole 720p 1080p arguement is pretty pathetic



You said -

"its pointless buying a 1080p screen if its under 42 inch you cant notice the difference"

That sentance is 100% factually wrong, So no, I won't get a grip.
Has anyone else had any troubles setting this baby up? I switch it on and get the set up menu however the remote wont allow me to select anything (yes, there are batteries in it!). I think I've got a faulty remote, bu just checking that there isn't a 'pairing' step that I've missed somewhere.

Also, has anyone been able to remove the block at the base of the tv to make it more suitable for wall mounting? I know I can still wall mount it with that block attached however it just doesn't look right to me!
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