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Having been using this TV for 6/7 months now I do feel I can recommend this as a highly suitable television. Having been using a portable television, which worked for me no problems, being 'persuaded' by my fiance to 'upgrade' as since he moved in, watching football on such a small TV was just not happening, having a 32" TV in my front room was suddenly like being in the middle the odeon cinema! I have now got used to such a huge screen and in fact class it as 'normal'. This TV has been used for watching films, HD sport and HD films, playing the Wi and Xbox etc. The picture quality is second to none, the sound is also excellent, no complaints at all. There is a touch sensitive area at the bottom of the screem to be used for turning on/off, adjusting volume, changing channels etc. The only problem I would say is sometimes if I try to change the volume up or down by using the TV, it will often change the channel at the same time so you have to scroll through the channel settings to get back to the correct one, not life threatening but a little annoying.
Personally, I find that a 32-inch TV is the optimum size for many living rooms nowadays. I know there is a fad for wall-mounted 50-inch sets but, in the homes I have visited where these are installed, I find their obvious presence can be rather menacing. The 32-inch TV can still be conveniently mounted on a table or cabinet and, if required, moved with relative ease. We purchased our Toshiba from Argos for just over £200, since we felt that digital TV technology had reached a plateau which made purchase preferable to renting. Like many other TV's it has an LCD screen, Freeview and will connect to a variety of HDMI devices; for which reason it has 2 HDMI sockets and just one SCART. But it does boast a USB socket and PC and video game connectors. One interesting feature of this model, from our point of view, is the on/off switch; something missing from other sets we looked at. Now, whereas it is simply a primitive looking rocker switch, mounted on the side of the TV, contrasting with other, more modern features, it does enable you to switch off the power completely, when the set is not in use. A reassuring facility for safety-concious oldies like us! Another, somewhat quirky feature, is the intriguingly-named P-clip. This miniscule device hooks into the back of the TV and then you thread a length of string through it, securing the other end to the surface on which the set is mounted. The intention is to prevent the set falling forwards; again a useful safety feature if you have young children in the vicinity. However, there is nothing to prevent the set from falling backwards, should it receive a knock. But I would add that the base support is ready fitted and quite deep and stable. Control-wise, the remote is very straightforward and easy to understand, with big buttons so there is less likelihood of pressing the wrong one. There are also manual controls on the front of the TV if you fancy a bit of exercise! As mentioned before, Freeview is already installed and you may be content with this if you cannot afford other digital or cable service. Fortunately, we appear to be able to receive all of the Freeview channels and the picture quality on all of them is very good. Remember that picture quality is dependent upon your aerial and the basic quality of the broadcast itself. Also, if you want to connect a DVD recorder it now needs to be a digital one or it won't work. One use of the USB port we found pleasing, was that it enabled us to view our digital photos simply by plugging in the back-up memory stick. The set provides some limited display options, and you could, alternatively, connect a digital camera directly. Going back to basics, it is possible to personalize the look of the picture to some extent with colour manipulation and, with regard to sound, there is a headphone socket, the volume of which can be adjusted to your own required level. One thing to remember though, is that the insertion of the headphone jack does not disconnect the main sound which needs to be muted or the volume reduced to zero. All told, we are satisfied with our purchase.
I don't usually have television, rather I stream episodes, shows and whatnot online. Therefore, I didn't have much interest in buying a television for my room. However, amazon was quite persistent in recommending me a list of good value television several times, I decided to have a look at what's available on the market. Toshiba is good brand that I trust as I own several Toshiba-branded electronic products such as laptops and older TV sets. This brand reliability combined with low prices gave me an incentive get this LCD TV for just under £280.00. I don't really have much to say for designs made by Toshiba. This TV, like other series from Toshiba, is designed to be slim and contemporary. It doesn't take up much space and it is very easy to set it up with the help of my friend. Considering we're pretty petite, I can definitely say that this TV is quite light and easy to handle. Also, the base of the TV is pretty stable, I don't use the wall mount and instead just put it on top of my bookshelf. I haven't had problems with it being wobbly or anything like that. The 32 inch widescreen is the perfect size for me and it has LED-backlit technology, which helps to bring out the colours. This TV is 720 p HD ready and despite not being full HD, the quality it delivers is very clear and bright. However, this can be a drawback for gamers like me who play PS3 rather than Xbox 360. Since PS3 has the capacity to go full HD, this 720 p HD ready TV can make you sigh. Nevertheless, from my experience, it still manages to deliver satisfactory gaming experiences and good images. Therefore, unless you have a full HD TV and this one side by side, there's a low chance that you'll notice the slight reduction in quality. As for the sound system, it uses Dolby Digital Plus output and it does include the bass boost effect. It comes with two built-in speakers. As far as bulit-in speakers go, these are pretty alright. It's nothing to be advertise about but the sound system is bearable even when I'm listening to music channels. However, since I mostly listen to music from my laptop and iPod, I don't really have a problem with the average sound quality of this product. Overall, this Toshiba 32 inch LED-backlit LCD TV delivers satisfactory performance and the quality of this product is on par with what I expect from a good brand like Toshiba. I think this is a consumer-friendly product with good reliability and durability without bleeding my purse out. The appearance is very stylish and fits well in my bedroom. Good one for Toshiba, I'd say. Thank you for reading. :) x
Having owned this TV for over a year now, I feel I can comfortably recommend it to others. We use it in the bedroom, as we wanted a decent-sized but cheap-ish LCD in there for movies and gaming. However, it would also be suitable for use in the Living Room, as a main set, if you're on a tight budget or not after a huge display, for whatever reason. The Hardware and Design: The set itself is reasonably attractive -- not stunning or super stylish, nut not ugly either. It looks like a clean, modern, plain LCD TV, which isn't a bad thing. The supplied stand feels pretty substantial, and although there is some movement (slight wobble) of the TV on the stand when you move it or accidentally knock it, it's nothing to be concerned about. The whole thing feels quite solid and reliable, and not fragile or 'cheap'. There are plenty of inputs, allowing you to connect a Bluray player and games console, or Apple TV for example. There is a VGA input for connecting your PC /Laptop, to play movies from, or use the TV as a huge monitor for gaming, which can be handy. 4/5 Picture: The HD picture out of the box is pretty good. Especially considering the budget price of the set, and the size of the screen. It's not full HD, but it doesn't need to be at this size, so 720p is plenty. Images are clear, bright and well saturated. However, with some fine tuning to the picture settings; a bit of contrast adjustment etc, things improve further and the set offers a very good HD picture for the money. There isn't much of a problem with 'ghosting', the colours are pleasant and smooth, HD images are sharp and movement is handled well. 4/5 Audio: The speakers in the Toshiba aren't great; it's the usual cheap tinny sound you might expect from a budget television, and unfortunately there is some distortion/vibration from the speaker/TV at certain frequencies, even when it's not turned up that loud. This was an issue for us at first, but since the audio quality was so poor anyway, we decided to send the audio to a speaker dock, from the TV's headphone socket! The sound is much better now, and doesn't give us any more annoying buzzing or distortion. Much more bass too ;) 2/5 The remote control is fairy standard. It's quite a nice size, not being unnecessarily large, and feels pretty good in the hand. Button layout is user-friendly and intuitive, buttons give good feedback and are not too 'spongy'. In Summary: This HD LCD is great value for money. I was dubious at first and had been shopping around for a good but cheap bedroom set. After doing some research and reading reviews of this one before buying, I decided to go for it and I'm happy with that decision. The picture quality (and size - being 32" at this price) and connection options, make the TV great value, and I would thoroughly recommend it. Audio is pretty poor but you can easily connect it to almost any kind of external speaker, dock, hifi etc and improve the overall experience.
I bought this television 2-3 months ago for my bedroom at university, it looks fantastic, the screen quality is great. Its rare to find a tv of this quality and branding at this price. Perfect size and quality for gaming, picture appears crisp and sound quality is good. I did have problems setting up free-view, however, this may have been due to a poor quality antennae. To give a negative perspective; I do not like the menu for the freeview channels, and it can be fairly difficult/ irritating to change contrasts, but unless you are very picky, the default settings are still ideal for everything. In comparison to a samsung tv that my parents recently bought, there are only two noticeable differences; the price and the depth of the tv. This toshiba was cheaper, significantly, the samsung massive price difference seemed to be justified solely due to the fact it was thinner.
The sleek and slimline Toshiba 32SL738B 32 inch TV features energy-saving LED backlighting for clearer, brighter pictures and amazing detail. The 32 inch screen features Toshiba's Active Vision technology 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. Enjoy deep, vibrant colours and spectacular flicker-free motion that maximises your enjoyment of high-action movies, nature programmes and sport. The built-in Freeview tuner gives you free-of-charge access to a wide variety of digital channels and an electronic TV guide helps you organise when to watch your favourite shows. Regza Link lets you control all your Toshiba devices connected via HMDI cable with one remote control. USB connectivity enables plyback of photos and music via your Toshiba 32SL738B TV. You can also use the great value Toshiba 32SL738B 32 inch TV for widescreen viewing of your digital photos and video. Useful info: H 18.6, W 30.5, D 8 inch Resolution 1366 x 768 Contrast Ratio 1,000,000:1 3 HDMI sockets plus USB and SCART sockets Auto backlight control Exact Scan mode Regza Link Virtual Surround Sound Dolby Digital Plus Bass Boost Wall mountable (bracket not supplied) Toshiba 32SL738B 32 inch HD-ready Freeview LCD/LED TV
I was on the hunt for a new tv as I really wanted one for our bedroom. We already have a sony lcd widescreen in the living room and didn't want something as drastic as that, just something simple that does the job. And, of course look fab on the wall in the boudoir! The guys in soundstore were literally zero help. They meant well...but all that technical talk just sent me to the land of nod and of course I didn't understand a word. LCD, with slim LED screen and full hd 1080.....HUH??? **The Decision** I purchased this toshiba beauty after discussing it with my sister, who only owns toshiba t.vs! She says they are reliable and do exactly what they are supposed to with no problems. Em sold!! I came across this particular one in Soundstore after turning my nose down at these high tech smart tvs. It was on display too so I could see how it would look and I loved it at first sight. The right size, great screen and wonderful picture. **Price** At just under Euro350 (approx under £300) it was quite pricey and a little over my budget of Euro300, which had been a push anyway. But after comparing it to other televisions in the store that day I had found that this was an average price. For a bedroom t.v though, which to be fair only myself, partner and kids would use, it is a little pricey and if I had to decide again, I would go for a cheaper brand. **Toshiba 32SL738B** I was ultra excited about the delivery, as one would be for any delivery!! It arrived on a saturday morning which was perfect. However, one downside. I had ordered quite a sizeable tv for an UPSTAIRS ROOM! Idiot!! It took the delivery guy, Liam and another friend, to manouvere it up and after nearly 45 mins we had a result. Now to put it together :) The tv is 32" and can be placed on the wall, which was our original intention or on a stand (such as a dressing table etc). We stuck with our orignal decision as with such a big tv, we wouldnt lose so much space if it was attached to the wall. It came with a large instruction manual which was filled with complicated words but lo and behold we didnt need to rely on it ....much! It was extremely easy to install. The hardest part was attaching it to the wall stand but leave these jobs to the men and all that. Installing literally took 5 minutes after plugging it in, to set up the various bits. It even came with a freeview box which was great as we were planning to get an extra sky box and now didnt need to. **Features** It is a hd ready tv with an led backlight(which guarantees a great picture) We haven't even used the high definition feature yet, having had it for only three months but it is a nice feature to have should we feel the fancy. The sound and picture quality were quite impressive, allowing you to vary the setting among other usual setting like brightness or surround sound options, this was perfect if you know how to do this. I found the picture quality in particular way way better than my sony tv and everything appears so much brighter and in proper form. The sound is delivered via Bass Boost and Dolby digital sound, which gives it a much better quality. I love the fact that the LED backlight saves on energy as we use way too much in this household and to know that it can be reduced by even a little is great. In relation to attachments, there is a scart lead socket, a usb port and three HDMI connectors. We have only used the scart lead thus far to connect a playstation and to be honest I'm not sure what we need the HDMI connectors for but its handy to have. There is a lot to work with features wise so I would highly rate it based on these. **Overall** As a whole I think it was a good purchase. But if I were to decide again I would get a cheaper one as it is only a bedroom telly we needed. For a family tv I would highly recommend it as it is easy to use, has great features, a great reception. Everything you need in a tv these days.
Well it was that time again(or any old excuse) to buy a new TV as these things do not stay in fashion too long,i chose this model as i am familiar with the brand and at around £300 for a 32 inch TV is reasonable,when it arrived it was very stylish and had a quality feel,it was also very thin compared to TV,s of old setting up was also very clear and easy to do with the built in tuner and free view digital TV which has auto find and just loads all radio and TV channels,and a quick scout of the instructions and i had the cool looking remote figured as well. The picture quality is excellent and things have moved on considerably in recent years,it can also double as a PC monitor and has is usb supported which enables you to watch video,s and all your photo,s like a normal PC via the television.the sound quality through home cinema is also very clear and this can also be adjusted to suit your specific taste,if you do not have a home cinema set up it comes with virtual surround sound which would be more than enough for most. You could obviously spend a good deal more on a TV but to keep up with the latest technology would cost a fortune now you can buy cheaper TV,s this size but if you are willing to spend a little more you wont be disappointed with the picture quality,its just trying to find something to watch. you can also buy cheaper TV,s this size but you probably wont get 3 hdmi ports or usb connectivity if you are willing to spend a little more you wont be disappointed as i think its a good all rounder rather than cutting edge. In summary yes there are better tv,s but you get what you pay for i think for the price its a worthwhile proposition and a decent make.
We bought this tele for our second reception room and with the digital switchover imminent, it seemed a great solution as already had the channels all built in. At £300 it was a little more than I had anticipated but 6 months on and I have no regret to either its style or quality, and it complements our room in both style and usage perfectly. Originally the large manual was daunting, with that many instructions for a teles use, who wouldn't. But at set up the tele seemed to search for channels itself and store and it came with all leads and cables you could ever need. The tele could either be wall mounted or used on a stand, personally we needed it on a stand to cover the wires and so bought ourselves a large pine unit. The picture quality was clear and concise. What you would expect from a HD ready tv, though we do not have any experience with the HD quality due to not being able to support this. We use it quite frequently for music videos playing through it to echo around the house and we have always been quite impressed with its non tinny sound quality and is unmuffled. This tele boast a LED backlight which means a clear picture comes as standard and it is mentioned on their website that this feature is energy saving. I cant say I have noticed any difference to my bills but I shall take Toshibas word for it, after they have improved and greatened our tele watching experience!
I bought this TV around 3 months ago and i must say, it is one of the better TVs that i have owned over the many years that i have owned many TV's/ It is capable of a wide range of things, it is very good to play Video Games on (one of my Hobbies) and very nice to watch normal TV broadcasts on. Video Quality - 8.5/10 - Video broadcasts at Widescreen 720p Quality which is exceptionally good for a TV sold at this price, this feature really shines when you are playing Video Games or watching A Sport Broadcast, you really get a kick out of watching your favorite shows on this TV. Sound Quality - 8/10 - The sound that this TV puts out is a very good one, sounds are rich and deep when needed to be, there isn't much to say about other than the sound is what you would expect from a TV of this price and Quality. Features - 9/10 - as described above in the tech specs of the TV, the TV has a wide variety of features such as HDMI input, 3 HDMI connectors can be found at the back of the TV meaning that you have a lot to work with if you are planning on setting up a nice home cinema for yourself.
I had recently purchased this Toshiba television since my old one broke I figured i'd go with one of a different make. I liked not only how this TV performed but also its design attracted me to it, the shiny black elegant style made it look good among my gaming devices. The sound and picture quality was impressive, allowing you to vary the setting among other usual setting like brightness or surround sound options, this was perfect if you know how to do this and if you're fussy enough to find the right setting for you. It was a simple job plugging in both my PS3 and digital box into it (the tv does have a built in digibox but does not offer the same awe as up to date ones), with the sockets easy to get too so no fuss. If you happen to be one of those people who spend forever fiddling with cables finding out what goes where, then this TV could be for you. Being a HD ready tv it allowed me to enjoy the visual aspect of high definition within minutes of having everything set up, using a HDMI cable. The LED back light was bright enough for even the darkest spookiest movies you could be enjoying with this TV.
The Toshiba 32SL738B is not a TV to rave about, on the other hand it is not the worse Tv in the world and for £264.99 is a steal. (i purchased mine for £350) The TV comes with a bog standard LCD 750p screen, nowhere near as good as some of the models today with 1080p Full HD LED screens. However these TV's are now being shipped out at reasonable prices, due to this upgrade in the marketplace. The reliability is also fantastic with myself and friends owning toshiba TV's, i have yet to see one break. I have moved mine into the bedroom to be used as a screen to watch films or play on games console. So if you are a bit of a techy like myself and want the Full HD LED option, then it is worth considering this as an option. Maybe stick to the expensive Full HD LED in the living room. Then purchase this TV for the bedroom or kitchen. Overall I feel the TV really does what it said on the tin with no faults. It is nothing special but it not trying to be special. Simple cheap, reliable and well worth the money. I highly recommend it.
I needed a TV to pass the time and didn't have much money, I found someone selling this on gumtree for £150. It seemed like a good deal for a 32 incher at the time, so I went for it. Although not full 1080p HD, the picture is great when you have it playing something that is at least 720p. For anything else such as watching the regular channels, try to sit as far back as you can. Although that is not the fault of the TV, its the way these non-HD channels look on an HD TV and that is the main weakness of all HDTVs. I use this TV for 5 things: - 1) Playing games on my X-Box The X-Box Games look amazing on this, and the colours look very vivid and bright. There was a problem with my old TV where some games were too fast for the TV and you end up with a ghosting effect. This would happen on the Need for Speed series of games as well as Halo. I have not experienced that with this new TV. You also notice the quality difference of the games when going from non-HD to HD, it is amazing. 2) Watching Freeview The TV picks up all the channels and the EPG is pretty good, the TV does not pick up any of the HD channels such as BBC HD or ITV HD. Though that might be because Emley Moor isn't transmitting them yet. 3) Watching Movies through my Sum-vision Streamer You-tube looks pretty good on this TV as well as my Blue-ray and DVD rips. Not all the internet TV channels look good though but that is because the quality is dependent on the channel transmitting them. 4) Watching Sky The HD channels look amazing on this, the regular channels on the other hand do not. An observation I made is that the HD Channels although they look good, do not look as good as the BluRays i play on this, this is probably the fault of sky though. 5) Playing BluRay Movies These look absolutely amazing, you can make out every little object in the background in extraordinary detail. Sound-wise it is OK but I have mine plugged into a surround sound system to get a better experience. This would be a criticism of most TVs though, so most people would probably buy a surround sound system because you wouldn't watch a 5.1 surround sound movie on 2 speakers directly in front of you would you? With these new TVs they tend to be plug and play with not much fiddling around needed, the remote is easy to understand and switching between the TV, Sky, X-Box, Streamer and the Bluray player is a breeze. Overall, I would recommend this TV if you are on a budget. It is not full HD but it should last until the next big fad comes along.
Last Christmas we really struggled to find a suitable present for fourteen year old Charlotte, by her own admission she is the girl who has everything so I'd resigned myself to cash in a card (which I hate doing) as I simply couldn't think of a suitable pressie for her. Then we moved house five days before Christmas and somehow her bedroom television was broken by the time it arrived at our new place, problem solved - she needed a new tele. She'd had a tough time of it in 2010, having being bullied at school and my latest pregnancy annoying her no end (she doesn't like babies!) so I decided to treat her to a large flat television that would look fab in her new bedroom. After some deliberation I eventually chose the Toshiba 32SL738B, at nearly £300 it was more than I'd originally been looking to spend but what swayed me was the fact that it has built-in Freeview as I'd also been considering buying her a Freeview box. It arrived in the hugest cardboard box, so big that once ripped up it filled no less than three black bags! After removing the television (and getting Mark to lug it upstairs) we found the set-up was so easy that we didn't even need to refer to the large instruction manual that comes with it, after plugging it in set-up starts by itself and you don't really need to interact with the television until you come to ensuring all the Freeview channels are there and in the correct place. To be completely honest with you, I'm a techno-dunce so didn't have much to do with it until it was ready to be used - my contribution was sitting on the bed watching Mark, occasionally nipping downstairs to grab him a beer. But it looked easy enough. She says. The television is 32" and can be used on the stand or attached to the wall. I have a fear of wall mounted televisions after one crashed down on my friend's daughter once, only the fact that she was sitting on a squishy beanbag saving her from death according to the hospital - since then I have shunned the growing trend as everyone around me mounts their televisions on the wall. Incidentally, Mark works with builders and architects as part of his job and he has had frightening discussions with men who really know what they're talking about when it comes to this type of thing - basically a lot of interior walls (particularly in modern houses) are simply not strong enough to hold such large and heavy items. That's all I need to hear, all televisions in this house will remain where they're supposed to be. The picture quality on this Toshiba television is excellent; sharp with clear and accurate colours at all times. It's HD ready although Charlotte doesn't use this feature, but even without the HD subscription I think the picture is brilliant and there is absolutely no interference from anything inside or outside the house. Last night I watched a re-run of the Lady Gaga concert on this television and could see how sharp and colourful all aspects of the show were, sound quality is also top notch so I was able to listen to Gaga's warbling without it being tinny or muffled in any part. Well, no less tinny than Gaga's actual voice that is! Mark tells me it's important I let you know that sound through this television is delivered via NICAM Stereo, Dolby Digital Sound and Bass Boost. Which sounds impressive, but all that guff really means is that you can expect clear and sharp sound. This is an LED Backlit television, which means it guarantees a clear picture all the way to the edges of the screen but will also help you save on electricity. Umm, we are not planet-savers in this house and tend to have lights and all manner of non-essentials running all the time so I can't say I've noticed a reduction in my electric bills since buying this tele - I'll have to take Toshiba's word for it. On the back of the television there are three HDMI connectors, one of which Charlotte uses to connect the tele to her computer so she can use it as a monitor. She tells me this was very easy to do and has also utilised the single USB port to transform her television into a digital photo frame, something that was used to great effect on Alice's birthday back in March when Charlotte set lots of her baby photographs up to run across the screen of the television. There's also a SCART socket, now I have absolutely no idea what a SCART socket is for but it must be something pretty important as Mark won't buy a television without one! The television itself is very easy to use; switching between the terrestrial and Freeview channels was a bit awkward to begin with as it's not particularly obvious which buttons you need to press, it didn't help that this function is not mentioned at all in the manual either! Since we sussed this out however it's all been plain sailing and even *I* can find my way round the tele, which is saying something as I have absolutely no idea how to work our swanky living room one! One thing I have noticed is that the reception while watching Channel 5 can be a bit hit and miss, this is only while it's on the terrestrial setting and the issue is rectified when switching to Freeview mode - good job there's nowt worth watching on that particular channel! And that's it, the one and only problem with this excellent television. The television is 50.4cm high (not including the stand), 77cm wide and just under 3cm from front to back. The slim black frame around the screen is glossy (although a dust magnet) and makes the tele look much more expensive than it actually is. Below is some techie info which I have just found in the manual, it may or may not be important but I thought I should relay it anyway - despite the fact that it's all gibberish to me! Picture Processing: 50 Hz Resolution: 1366 x 768 Contrast Ratio: 1000000:1 RMS Power Output: 10W x 10W You see? Utter gibberish.
The 32" REGZA SL738 is an HD ready LCD TV featuring the Edge LED technology to give outstanding picture quality and vibrant colors whilst reducing energy consumption. It features an ultra-slim design and will be a stylish addition to any living room, bedroom or study.
Integrated Freeview provides access to over 50 digital TV and 24 radio stations without subscription or contract. Multiple HDMI connectivity allow you to connect to multiple HD devices at any one time without having to manually swap leads and PC input allows the SL to double as a PC monitor. USB connectivity also enables you to view photos and listen to music directly via the TV.
|Product Description:||Toshiba 32SL738B - 32" LED-backlit LCD TV|
|Product Type:||LED-backlit LCD TV|
|Diagonal Size:||32" widescreen|
|Dimensions (WxDxH):||77.5 cm x 3.7 cm x 47.9 cm - without stand|
|Digital Television Certification:||HD ready|
|Resolution:||1366 x 768|
|Video Interface:||Component, composite, HDMI, SCART|
|HDMI Ports Qty:||3 port(s)|
|PC Interface:||VGA (HD-15)|
|Technology:||TFT active matrix|
|LCD Backlight Technology:||LED backlight - edge-lit|
|Image Aspect Ratio:||16:9|
|TV Tuner:||1x analogue, 1x digital|
|Digital TV Tuner:||DVB-C, DVB-T|
|Features:||Colour temperature adjustment, dynamic backlight, Active Vision LCD, game mode, REGZA LINK, 3D Color Management, picture frame mode, Digital Noise Reduction (DNR), MPEG Noise Reduction|
|Sound Output Mode:||Stereo|
|Speaker System:||2 speakers|
|Sound Effects:||Bass Boost|
|Stereo Reception System:||NICAM|
|USB Port:||Yes , 1 port(s)|
|Remote Control:||Remote control - infrared|
|Power:||AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )|