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Toshiba Regza 37RV635D 37-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview @ Amazon UK £394.99 Delivered.
Toshiba Regza 37RV635D 37-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview @ Amazon UK £394.99 Delivered.

Toshiba Regza 37RV635D 37-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview @ Amazon UK £394.99 Delivered.

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Toshiba Regza 37RV635D 37-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview

Product Features and Technical Details

Product Features

Full HD Ready 1080p TV with 37-inch screen and Freeview
Active vision II
Dynamic contrast up to 50,000:1
4 x HDMI
Specially-designed LCD panel - reduces energy consumption

Technical Details

High Definition Ready 1080p Meta Brain
Active Vision II
Resolution+
Visible Screen Size (cm) 81
Screen Format 16:9
Panel Resolution 1920x1080p
Dolby Digital plus
Brightness (cd/m2) 450
Dynamic Contrast Ratio*50,000:1
Response Time (G to G)** 8ms
Viewing Angle (º) 178
AutoView
Game Mode
USB (JPEG Viewer)
PC Fine Mode
Exact Scan Mode
Audio Description (UK only)
Full Power Down Option
MPEG Noise Reduction
Selectable Picture Format
3D Digital Comb Filter
Digital Noise Reduction
Auto Backlight Control
DCDi Faroudja
Digital Text
Electronic Programme Guide 8 Day 8
Now and Next Information
Favourite Channel Memory
Text Page Memory
Audi
NICAM Stereo
Sound Output (RMS) W 20 20 20
Bass Boost
Dolby Digital Plus
Stable Sound
Tuning
DVB-T
DVB-C***
H.264***
Auto Set-up
Analogue
HDMI 4
Component Video
Composite Video
RGB (via SCART) 1
SCART 2
S-Video
USB
Digital Audio Out
PC Input
RS-232
Analogue Audio Input
Headphone
DVB Common Interface
Off Timer
Panel Lock
Integrated Signal Amplifier
Wall Mountable (VESA)
Swivel Stand
Optional Floor Stand 42 MV5FXZ 37 and 32MV4FXZ MV4FXZ
Pedestal Stand*Dynamic Contrast specifications are defined by Toshiba's standard which is based on measured results.Product design and specification subject to change or modification without notice
**Specification correct at time of publication. Specification subject to change. Please check specification with retailer
Prior to purchase.***DVB-C / H.264 tuners are capable of supporting the base standard for any country broadcasting H.264/ DVB-C signals
Full operation is dependant on Conditional Access (CA) systems and additional standards implemented in your country.

29 Comments

I bought this model 2 months ago for £404 from Amazon and its been superb , for a sub £400 37" TV You can't buy better!
It takes a bit of tweaking out of the box, but once calibrated right, excellent .

Edit to say ebuyer are offering the same price.

freshcat;8265547

I bought this model 2 months ago for £404 from Amazon and its been superb … I bought this model 2 months ago for £404 from Amazon and its been superb , for a sub £400 37" TV You can't buy better! It takes a bit of tweaking out of the box, but once calibrated right, excellent .Edit to say ebuyer are offering the same price.

Out of interest, how did you calibrate it? With a THX certified DVD or DVE?

:pirate:CJ:pirate:

I have this Tv but in the 46" version and have to admit its a fantastic set! everyone admires the almost non existent border and looks of it. As far as quality goes its excellent!!
As first poster said it takes some twaeking out of the box but once done its fantastic!
As far as the settings go I just did a internet search for them and theres quite a few on offer!
Great price for this set though and well worth the 10 minutes to set up.

Father in-law got this from Amazon at the start of the year for £475, so this is a very good deal for a VERY good TV.

this has become an almost standard price for this set over the past month or two ever since tesco dropped it to such

anyone no the Hz on this?

380 at tesco now.

cutthroat_jake;8269356

Out of interest, how did you calibrate it? With a THX certified DVD or … Out of interest, how did you calibrate it? With a THX certified DVD or DVE?:pirate:CJ:pirate:



I used Avia DVD.

bedlam131;8270364

380 at tesco now.


Where?

allen46;8270243

anyone no the Hz on this?



50 Hz. I have the 100Hz version of this telly (37XV635DB) and it's a brilliant TV for the price (£499). You'll struggle to get a better TV for the price for both models.

DelTarrant;8271002

50 Hz. I have the 100Hz version of this telly (37XV635DB) and it's a … 50 Hz. I have the 100Hz version of this telly (37XV635DB) and it's a brilliant TV for the price (£499). You'll struggle to get a better TV for the price for both models.




This thread has the DB model @ same price from Ebuyer. Excuse my ignorance but which is the better buy pls?
hotukdeals.com/ite…570

Tnx,
LL

The XV is the 100Hz model.

stepp;8271849

The XV is the 100Hz model.



Thanks!
Anyone know what the difference is then between the D and the DB models?

LadyLuck;8271896

Thanks!Anyone know what the difference is then between the D and the DB … Thanks!Anyone know what the difference is then between the D and the DB models?



Have you tried the Toshiba web site?

bedlam131;8270364

380 at tesco now.



379.99 down from 600 Tescos Barrow in furness,so presume same at other Tescos

John Mason;8271984

Have you tried the Toshiba web site?



Yes I did but the only RV series model number I could see was a 37RV555DB which just confused me more :-D

LL

I only buy Tosh....wish I had the spare pennies......

Heat......!

LadyLuck;8271896

Thanks!Anyone know what the difference is then between the D and the DB … Thanks!Anyone know what the difference is then between the D and the DB models?



No difference.. Its all about the big electrical chains not having to price match.

simes;8273325

No difference.. Its all about the big electrical chains not having to … No difference.. Its all about the big electrical chains not having to price match.



Yeah sounds about right! :thumbsup:
Tnx
LL

Looks a nice telly. Very tempted by this, especially as I have £300 worth of Amazon vouchers.

synet;8275810

Looks a nice telly. Very tempted by this, especially as I have £300 worth … Looks a nice telly. Very tempted by this, especially as I have £300 worth of Amazon vouchers.



spend a bit more and get 100Hz, if you can tell the difference

If there's a weak point, it's the sound. I've had this model since end of Jan (at Amazon's £419 price at the time) and am very happy with it. But much better with the sound played through the hi-fi.

bingowings85;8276598

spend a bit more and get 100Hz, if you can tell the difference



Honestly, 9 times out of 10, 100hz interpolation only degrades the image rather than improve it, introducing all kinds of ugly artefacts and irregular motion. Its not something I'd necessarily recommend paying a premium for tbh.

Can someone add a link to get the best picture settings? I've searched but can't find any. I've had this TV for a few weeks now, love it but want to see if i can improve the picture still further. Thanks :-D

angie_babes;8314600

Can someone add a link to get the best picture settings? I've searched … Can someone add a link to get the best picture settings? I've searched but can't find any. I've had this TV for a few weeks now, love it but want to see if i can improve the picture still further. Thanks :-D



It'll differ from model to model and from environment to environment so no one can do that for you really. To start you off you probably want to switch to cinema mode and turn the backlight right down but get yourself a copy of Digital Video Essentials if you want it to look at all decent.

Personally i use autoview with the following settings:

Brightness +16
colour, tint and sharpness all at the central 0 setting
on the advanced tab:
3d colour off
auto brightness setting - on ( adjust backlight pro to how bright you like the picture depending on room brightness - personally i upped the lower brigtness settings a tad)
active backlight on
black/white level 0
static gamma +4
noise reduction - mpeg nr low
dnr auto
Resolution+ On
setting +2 ( This makes a big difference and really sharpens up SD broadcasts)
The extra detail you get on these sets on standard definition sources like Freeview is amazing. If you don't like it quite so sharp then lower the Resolution+ setting a little.


The calibration DVDs always leave you with a very dark picture which is not great to watch. Darken the brightness setting on the above setting if you like it that way.
Its the Resolution+ that gives these sets such a good picture quality ( along with the decent mpeg noise reduction). These don't cause smearing like advanced picture processing does on many other brands ( especially Samsungs). So don't forget to turn it on and have the setting at the high end.

Thanks for your help guys, much appreciated!

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Then if England win the world cup - you get all your money back.

:w00t:

I'm looking for a new TV that can handle PS3, Xbox 360 and SKY HD inputs - will be mainly watching sports, films and gaming on it. Would this do the trick, seems to have got good reviews?

Is this a long term offer or is it likely to end soon?
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