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Toshiba 32WL66PS

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      19.04.2009 12:09
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      Would reccomend to everybody who need a cheap HD tv

      This TV is a great choice for any mid sized room, from lounge to bedroom, with a good picture and pleanty about it aswell!

      Aestheticaly this TV isn't the best looking unit out there, with curved plastic covering the outeredges which has a habit of looking flimsy and slightly economy when hit by the light. The black finish is nice, but matte black would have looked even nicer. The unit is nicely compact however and reasonably spartan with a small strip of buttons on its black front, just above the stand, meaning that it will fit in with most peoples rooms of any design.

      Boasting a large screen size of 32 inches, this tv lets you watch at about 2 meters for the best picture. With HD ready resolutions you can enjoy high definition games, video and other signals from various boxes and consoles available to plug in. This tv looks great in HD, with fast crisp images, and fantastic light and dark counts with a contrast of 20,000:1. That contrast is absolutely fantastic for such a cheap unit, giving the picture great colour depths.

      To use the high def on the unit your going to need one of the afore mentioned sources aswell as an appropriate cable. I would recomend using a hdmi cable, or if your a bit skint a composite cable for the hd signals. With 2 hdmi ports and 4 other inputs you can have everything you could need plugged into the tv at anytime. The co-ax for the ariel will need to be connected t either your main outside line, or a inside signal booster to realy make the most of the great picture.

      The remote control allows you to perform all of the tricks the tv has to offer in adjusting the picture, or using the inbuilt freeview. Unfortunately the remote is slow to respond, with a terrible small range and angle you can use it from. The stand allows the tv to stand alone, or you can wall mount it to the wall,and lets you secure it to a wall or similar solid bar/object. Its very stable from here and I'm never worried about it falling over.


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