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Toshiba 40RV753B 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV with Freeview HD £379 @ AMAZON
Toshiba 40RV753B 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV with Freeview HD £379 @ AMAZON

Toshiba 40RV753B 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV with Freeview HD £379 @ AMAZON

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*** Plus you can claim 12 months free Love Film rental or 12 pairs of Odeon tickets when you purchase this TV toshiba.co.uk/pro…lm/ ***
- wombat6025 ***

Best price i can see on the next for a decent tv

* Freeview HD- Built in Freeview HD is the easiest way to enjoy terrestial HD broadcast for free
* Resolution + - Provides sharper, clearer images with improved edge detail and better textural content of the final image
* DLNA- Connect your TV via a USB dongle to your compatible Windows 7 laptop. Stream content including videos and music
* Eco Panel- Consume upto 45% less power than a conventional LCD TV wihtout compromising on picture quality
* Dolby Volume- provides a full and consistent sound experiance at all volume levels, even low volume.

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Original Poster

Additional Info
•102cm LCD TV
•Integrated Freeview HD
•HD Ready 1080p
•Resolution+ standard definition up-scaling technology
•DLNA Compatible for Wirelessly streaming of music / videos / photos*
•Meta Brain processing
•Active Vision II picture enhancement
•Dolby Volume control
•20W Sound Output
•Game Mode
•4 HDMI Connections
•PC Input
•x2 USB connections
•ECO Panel
•*requires USB dongle

40 inch with freeview hd built in a total bargain !!

Was this price around a month ago hotukdeals.com/dea…029 - Judging from the reviews I read the v753's are pretty decent TVs - as far as I could tell this 40" model doesn't suffer from the back-light 'buzzing' that the 37" version has.
Edited by: "wombat6025" 21st Feb 2011

Original Poster

This is the cheapest it has ever been on amazon, albeit by £1 lol

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Unhinged

This is the cheapest it has ever been on amazon, albeit by £1 lol



Sorry - you're right - 99p cheaper than last time!

It's a good price especially as the free Love Film / Odeon ticket deal is still running - toshiba.co.uk/pro…lm/ - 12 pairs of Odeon tickets are potentially worth well over £100

[oops! I added a comment about the promotion to the deal description; but somehow posted it twice - sorry!]
Edited by: "wombat6025" 21st Feb 2011

Original Poster

wombat6025

Sorry - you're right - 99p cheaper than last time!It's a good price … Sorry - you're right - 99p cheaper than last time!It's a good price especially as the free Love Film / Odeon ticket deal is still running - http://www.toshiba.co.uk/promotions/film/ - 12 pairs of Odeon tickets are potentially worth well over £100[oops! I added a comment about the promotion to the deal description; but somehow posted it twice - sorry!]



Ahh thanks for that i did notice that before but assumed it had finished, even more of a bargain then

awesome tv, bought this from john lewis a while back no buzzing like some people report

How much can I sell this for :lg M227WD full HD 1080p, bought this a year ago for £185* no listing on eBay, it's in mint condition , I'm thinking of getting this deal only if I can sell my current 1 for a decent amount. Voted hot btw
Edited by: "MR1123" 21st Feb 2011

Might be worth mentioning about the free 5 years extended warranty? Don't know how to claim as I didn't know of this offer when I bought my TV. Also you will require a warranty agreement number which I don't know where to get either.

I'm tempted. Can anyone confirm if i can stream iplayer and similar services if i connect an ethernet cable to the tv?

The description keeps going on about getting a usb dongle to connect to a windows 7 pc, but doesn't mention how the internet connection via ethernet works...

Nice price but if your looking for a long term lasting tv i wouldnt reccomend Tosh. Had 2 in the past 18 months that had to be replaced. One had no picture after 8 months, the other had an annoying buzzing sound. Their after sales were slow to deal with too which puts me off more.

Should I get this, or this?
amazon.co.uk/gp/…OLE

Is this good for gaming on the xbox 360?

joshjw

Should I get this, or this? … Should I get this, or this? [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB003EEM1LK%2Fref%3Dpd_luc_mri%3Fie%3DUTF8%26m%3DA3P5ROKL5A1OLE]http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003EEM1LK/ref=pd_luc_mri?ie=UTF8&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE[/url]Is this good for gaming on the xbox 360?



I'd go for the Samsung as I've always thought they simply looked much better( in terms of both screen and style); though I've only ever actually seen a Sony and an LG in the same setup. I think with the Xbox you'll want low response times etc. I'll have a check on some sites for you.
Edited by: "DarkFlame" 21st Feb 2011

DarkFlame



Thank you

DLNA is pretty poor on this set and only supports MPEG2 natively, with other codecs using transcoding on the DLNA host.

HellRazer

Might be worth mentioning about the free 5 years extended warranty? … Might be worth mentioning about the free 5 years extended warranty? Don't know how to claim as I didn't know of this offer when I bought my TV. Also you will require a warranty agreement number which I don't know where to get either.



5 year warranty not available from Amazon, they're not a participating retailer from what I've read elsewhere.

joshjw

Should I get this, or this? … Should I get this, or this? [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB003EEM1LK%2Fref%3Dpd_luc_mri%3Fie%3DUTF8%26m%3DA3P5ROKL5A1OLE]http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003EEM1LK/ref=pd_luc_mri?ie=UTF8&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE[/url]Is this good for gaming on the xbox 360?



Go with the c580 its so much better than the c530 !!! your be making a mistake not spending that extra 40 on a model which shouldn't even be in the same samsung series as the c530 ! Feel free to look into it your self !

C580
Edited by: "Gunner4Life" 21st Feb 2011

Anyone know of a suiable dongle to go with these Toshibas' ?

Gunner4Life

Go with the c580 its so much better than the c530 !!! your be making a … Go with the c580 its so much better than the c530 !!! your be making a mistake not spending that extra 40 on a model which shouldn't even be in the same samsung series as the c530 ! Feel free to look into it your self !C580



Unless of course you want to watch bluray and any other 24fps video without judder (lack of true 24p support). Returned my C580 and will purchase the C530 for this very reason. For all other purposes the C580 is excellent.

My 37" Tosh LCD lasted just over a Year, so very good luck to all buyers!

Topgun100

DLNA is pretty poor on this set and only supports MPEG2 natively, with … DLNA is pretty poor on this set and only supports MPEG2 natively, with other codecs using transcoding on the DLNA host.



The DLNA on my Sony Bravia (KDL-37EX403) is also pretty poor and I need to transcode on the DLNA host - I don't know of any DLNA TVs are that capable of natively supporting a wide range of formats.

borgman

Anyone know of a suiable dongle to go with these Toshibas' ?



When I was looking at the 37" version of this a while back I couldn't find a suitable cheap dongle - but I was assured by another HUKDer that you can use homeplug / powerline adaptrers and connect by ethernet cable to the LAN port on the TV. You can find the manual here

toycollector

My 37" Tosh LCD lasted just over a Year, so very good luck to all buyers!

Good job you would have been sensible enough to buy from a retailer with a 5 year warranty though.

wombat6025

The DLNA on my Sony Bravia (KDL-37EX403) is also pretty poor and I need … The DLNA on my Sony Bravia (KDL-37EX403) is also pretty poor and I need to transcode on the DLNA host - I don't know of any DLNA TVs are that capable of natively supporting a wide range of formats.



The Samsung c580 does, it's superb in this regard.




Edited by: "Rizza" 21st Feb 2011

Rizza

The Samsung c580 does, it's superb in this regard.



Thanks for the correction - perhaps the LE37C580 with it's support for .mkv etc. and very low input lag for gamers is what I should have bought
I'm still more than pleased with my Sony

Edited by: "wombat6025" 21st Feb 2011

DLNA is poor on this, agreed, I always use the PS3 to access any media server and play through that. Overall its a good tv that has a couple of flaws (50Hz, average sound, crap DLNA), but its the same probs you'll get with most. I would say though this price is probably about right given the age of the model.
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