1216°
EXPIRED
Toshiba Regza 42AV635DB 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution - now £449.99 delivered @ Amazon!
Toshiba Regza 42AV635DB 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution - now £449.99 delivered @ Amazon!

Toshiba Regza 42AV635DB 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution - now £449.99 delivered @ Amazon!

Editor
Buy forBuy forBuy for£449.99
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
A great price for this 42" Full HD LCD and the cheapest I have seen it to date!

* 42" LCD TV with all Freeview channels
* USB port coonects TV to your PC and other devices
* Game mode for enhanced gaming experience
* Powerful built-in speakers
* Sleek, modern design

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

65 Comments

nice price,

cheapest i could find was £399 but its OOS and asda are selling for £600+

Hot :-)

..and how much cheaper is it than what you were previously looking at? are dixons the same?

Python5;6902558

nice price,cheapest i could find was £399 but its OSS and asda are … nice price,cheapest i could find was £399 but its OSS and asda are selling for £600+Hot :-)



OSS? does that mean SOS in terms of buying?

huggychair;6902573

OSS? does that mean SOS in terms of buying?



Woops, meant to be OOS (Out of stock)

lol

Hot! I can see this hitting £400 over Christmas and New Year tho :-D

But that LG is a plasma....what's the best LCD in this price range???

Please help...I'm going round in circles...!


Hey....that guy's removed it now....

Zoe2003;6903147

But that LG is a plasma....what's the best LCD in this price … But that LG is a plasma....what's the best LCD in this price range???Please help...I'm going round in circles...!



Hu? what LG Plasma... this is a Toshiba LCD?!!

Cracking price for a good brand and full HD :thumbsup:

Have had this tv almost a year - good job - no complaints!

Is this price really that good. Amazon's normal selling price is £479.00

soled73;6903945

Is this price really that good. Amazon's normal selling price is £479.00



Erm..... havent you just answered your own question? £30 cheaper?

Got to say... this TV is superb as well... Had mine about 5 months... superb quality in HD and SD ....HOT!!!!

Looks good

However 1. contrast ratio is 15,000:1 and 2. Running at 50hz

Concerns me a little on this size of TV...Would i be correct?:oops:

Em that contrast isnt bad really, probably not the dynamic which is what every company seems to say now (hence really high numbers). 50Hz isnt bad at all , the higher response ones only achieve it by other means i.e not a true 120HZ response at all, cant remember how they do it but its mainly marketing!.

I did buy this product one week ago and did have chance to fully test. FYI I have another TV so I could compare and be sure my setup was OK.

Here are results:

SD television - Picture looks all right, +resolution feature is lovely. However my bedroom was not big enough. If you are going to watch lot a freeview, be sure you have enough distance.

Playstation 3/ HD720 - Look goods. Very sharp and bright picture. Only disadvantage was a little too slow response. I tested with many games and my feeling was refreshment should be faster - especially when you play shooters like Killzone 2. Anyway is acceptable, no bad at all.

And now the most important thing is :

1080P/24 / Blu ray:

Here is a point when I was completely disappointed with this product.
This TV produces a lot judder when you watch 1080P/24 content. This is due the 3:2 pull-down process. Of course I tried to force 24hz signal but the result was even worse.

1080P/60 is displayed all right.

But I couldn’t stand 1080P/24 display and I decide to return the product.

Some people are less or more sensitive to "judder" effect. For those who are, I don’t recommend this product.

If you have plan to watch 1080P/24 blu ray movie, get TV which handle 1080P/24 signal by multiply of 24Hz = 48Hz, 72Hz, 96Hz, 120Hz, and higher refresh rates.

Problem I met is that when I was in shop to have a look at this telly, I asked to show me blu ray movie on it - and it was looking OK. But the problem is that they show you prepared material which is usullay 60hz/ 1080p and that is displayed without problem.

I hope it helps people to don't get disappointed like me. I was plan to create my own cinema system for blu ray. But this TV is rubbish for it

Cheers

sonofaah;6904444

Looks good However 1. contrast ratio is 15,000:1 and 2. Running at … Looks good However 1. contrast ratio is 15,000:1 and 2. Running at 50hzConcerns me a little on this size of TV...Would i be correct?:oops:



This last post has answered my earlier one - I would use mine mainly for HD TV sports and gaming...:thinking:

scissorhands64;6904904

I did buy this product one week ago and did have chance to fully test. … I did buy this product one week ago and did have chance to fully test. FYI I have another TV so I could compare and be sure my setup was OK.Here are results:SD television - Picture looks all right, +resolution feature is lovely. However my bedroom was not big enough. If you are going to watch lot a freeview, be sure you have enough distance. Playstation 3/ HD720 - Look goods. Very sharp and bright picture. Only disadvantage was a little too slow response. I tested with many games and my feeling was refreshment should be faster - especially when you play shooters like Killzone 2. Anyway is acceptable, no bad at all.And now the most important thing is :1080P/24 / Blu ray:Here is a point when I was completely disappointed with this product.This TV produces a lot judder when you watch 1080P/24 content. This is due the 3:2 pull-down process. Of course I tried to force 24hz signal but the result was even worse.1080P/60 is displayed all right.But I couldn’t stand 1080P/24 display and I decide to return the product.Some people are less or more sensitive to "judder" effect. For those who are, I don’t recommend this product. If you have plan to watch 1080P/24 blu ray movie, get TV which handle 1080P/24 signal by multiply of 24Hz = 48Hz, 72Hz, 96Hz, 120Hz, and higher refresh rates.Problem I met is that when I was in shop to have a look at this telly, I asked to show me blu ray movie on it - and it was looking OK. But the problem is that they show you prepared material which is usullay 60hz/ 1080p and that is displayed without problem.I hope it helps people to don't get disappointed like me. I was plan to create my own cinema system for blu ray. But this TV is rubbish for it :(Cheers


i'm not really interested in this product but that really was a helpful post for the others

have some rep

Nice price, really tempted at one of these :-D

Has this gone up in price?

This price comparison site shows it at £429.. gadgetspy.co.uk/vis…upg

There isn't a cashback deal on this is there?

saxo_appeal;6905518

There isn't a cashback deal on this is there?



no not for amazon im afraid

saxo_appeal;6905518

There isn't a cashback deal on this is there?



The Toshiba Cashback offer was for the XV range (one level above this one) and unfortunately ended on 11 November. :cry:

stezo2k;6904956

i'm not really interested in this product but that really was a helpful … i'm not really interested in this product but that really was a helpful post for the othershave some rep


I still think for average tv use this tele is perfect. reviews on amazon is excellent all 20 peoples cant be wrong who gave 5 stars. agree on some settings It would let down.

Still hanging off as the prices are going to keep dropping for a while yet me thinks.........

I have had the 42XV635DB for a couple of months now, its the 100hz version, and i must say i have been very impressed with this TV. I would say this was a good deal for the AV.

H&R added

I used to sell TV's for a living and have always bought Toshiba since then. The latest 42" LCD however has lots of issues, major backlight bleed, buzzing power supply, poor general performance particularly with HD sources. Its been back to Toshiba and been tested for a week and the chief engineer said all of these features were within normal tolerances despite acknowledging that they were clearly issues - they were acceptable problems and a feature of all LCD TV's.

Sadly, I won't be buying one again or recommending them to anyone else. It seems like their budget pricing during the past year or so may be because the quality has dropped and they are hence harder to sell.

Maybe if they improve their ratings I'll look again. On the other hand - has anyone seen the Samsung LED TV! WOW!

I've had mine a couple of weeks and Sky HD is good, SD is good and Modern Warfare 2 on PS3 at 1080p is stunning... for the money it's a steal...

Lantik;6908819

I've had mine a couple of weeks and Sky HD is good, SD is good and Modern … I've had mine a couple of weeks and Sky HD is good, SD is good and Modern Warfare 2 on PS3 at 1080p is stunning... for the money it's a steal...



SAME,
dont know what all this talk about judder is.mine runs 1080p movies smooth as butter,they must have got a dodgy set.

Toasthduk;6908132

I have had the 42XV635DB for a couple of months now, its the 100hz … I have had the 42XV635DB for a couple of months now, its the 100hz version, and i must say i have been very impressed with this TV. I would say this was a good deal for the AV.H&R added



Yeh we got the 37 and I still get impressed with how vibrant the picture detail is sometimes, some of the BBC programs look like HD on the tv.

Mine was the 100hz as well it's an amazing tv well worth the £418 after the £100 discount

I bought this set about 3 months ago when it was on offer at comet, and one thing people aren't mentioning is the sound quality, it's TERRIBLE. However the picture quality more then makes up for it, epsecially from the built in freeview. A couple of people have asked if it was HD we were watching, it's really that good. Xbox360 looks stunning, especially forza3.

jimbobaggins;6908241

On the other hand - has anyone seen the Samsung LED TV! WOW!



Double-WOW

Saw the 55" on Saturday (£2300) and I thought it looked amazing. It was set up next to various LCD's up to 60" and not one of them could hold a candle to it.

Is it too late to ask Santa for one?:santa:

I think Sony TVs are better quality - better paying a bit more.

Sky looks turd on this TV, unless you've got Sky+ HD.

Got this TV for a great price around a year back for £499.

Amazing TV. Really. Graphics are fluid. PC connection is excellent. 3 HDMI inputs, and look wonderful on PS3.

Menu is excellent and Freeview reception seems to be better than on my external HDD recorder.

Ordered. Finally my ps3 games will look good!

ShowMeTheM0ney;6914939

I think Sony TVs are better quality - better paying a bit more.



Around 40% more minimum unless i'm mistaken :?

I'm looking for a nice 42 incher for around £500 - what are people's thoughts on this against others that have recently been on offer? And any ideas about how one can buy an after market warranty - I would like a warranty for a few years, but I guess after the manufacture's warranty runs out.

Many thanks all - I wish I could find some helpful reviews on this model, but haven't found much that's helpful, and John Lewis only had the 36 inch in stock. That looks very nice though!

Was £30 more at Amazon a week ago - I know coz I bought one (the RRP was higher then too). Great telly though, and even better at this lower price. Heat added.

Its actually got 4 HDMIs now - 3 on the back and 1 on the side. Useful for those of us with lots of devices to plug in.

Some good customer reviews here too:

reevoo.com/rev…35d

I have a 1080p Regza. The ps3 does look awesome on it through hdmi, the 360 however fir some reason does not and I have ran a callibration disc on there.

The tv has already been back to Toshiba once for a faulty panel repair and it doesn't have pip or the ability to display the input resolution info on the screen, both of which annoy me. It also doesn't support standard VGA meaning that I can't boot my pc into pure dos through it which is my biggest gripe of all.

Don't get me wrong, these tvs are reasonably priced, but given the option again I would probably just have bought another samsung.

Is this a better deal than the 37" Toshiba 37XV635DB ?
I know smaller screen but the spec is much better. For £499 at Dixons what would you rather have ? I would like your opinions.

forgive me for speaking but I remember reading in another reputable forum that sony tv's were made in tosh factories, and sony just put there own cases on tosh marketed tv's might be worth checking this out as sony are known for this.....

i.e- sony viao lap tops use Asus parts

just worth a moments thought!!

craigstephens;6910323

However the picture quality more then makes up for it, epsecially from … However the picture quality more then makes up for it, epsecially from the built in freeview. A couple of people have asked if it was HD we were watching, it's really that good.



That's impressive.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text