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We had this tv for about 2 years when we started having problems with turning it on. The screen would stay black but the sound would come on. We thought nothing of this as turning it off and back on again usually solved the problem. However, one day this didn't work, so I phoned Toshiba and was told that this was a known problem with the model.
Despite being just out of warranty Toshiba came and picked the tv up and repaired it within 2 weeks. So now we have a repaired set and have had no further problems so far.
As previous reviews have said the picture is good and there are plenty of ports, we have had a WII, PS3 and DVD player all plugged in at once. The freeview is built in and has more than enough channels for us.
The speakers are good for their size, and all in all we are very happy with this tv,
We've had our Toshiba 32C3035D 'Regza' for nearly 2 years now. We bought it from Comet for £469.99 but as the prices of LCD TVs has come down it can be had for much cheaper these days. Our last TV was a Toshiba and we got nearly 20 years of use out of it, we also had a Toshiba portable TV and video recorder and were happy with those too. Also, when I worked at Currys many years ago, I remember the 'Mastercare' engineer telling me that he rarely got Toshiba products in for repair. A good sign! For those reasons we wanted to buy Toshiba again.
The TV is quite unfussy and sleek looking, and comes with a nice little silver stand as pictured (which compliments the silver border around the TV casing) but can also be wall-mounted. It comes with remote control which is simple enough to use, and the basic on/off, channel and volume functions are also located discretely on the side of the TV casing. It also has built-in Freeview, although we don't use this as we have SKY. It also has ample connections on the back, we have a SKY box, DVD recorder and Playstation 2 all connected without any issues.
The picture quality is very good. The sound quality is also very good considering the small size of the speakers (small). I'm sure bigger TVs with bigger speakers or external speakers and sub-woofers etc. would sound better, but for us the sound is perfectly adequate. Both picture and sound have various settings but after initial setup we were happy with everything and haven't touched it again so I don't feel I could comment further on those.
At the price point of this Toshiba you could probably buy a bigger set now, or one with more features, but as a simple, good quality, reliable (so far) set you won't go far wrong with one of these.
We upgraded our old telly to the toshiba regza in 2009. The telly is sleek and stylish and has the added benefit of built in freeview. The telly can be wall mounted or comes with a screw on stand which isnt that sturdy, so if you are thinking about getting this telly with little fingers, do consider putting it up high! Picture sound is good, as is the sound quality. It has a built in menu for the freeview which is handy for someone like me who dosent buy telly guides. the one thing i dont like about the telly is the on/off button. this broke within the first 5 months and even the new one is beginning to stick now. so we have taken to leaving the telly in standby until it gets repaired again! I didnt buy my telly 'outright' so the company i had finance with are responsible for repairs. so cant coment on how fast toshiba are at getting things fixed, however i was told the company i used have had alot of this model back with faulty switches