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Toshiba Regza 32RV635DB 32-inch Widescreen 1080p LCD TV with Freeview

by Toshiba

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  • 32" LCD TV
  • Built-in Digital Tuner with all Freeview channels
  • 1920 x 1080 Pixel resolution
  • Powerful built-in speakers
  • Sleek, modern design

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Important Information

On-mode power consumption
96 Watts

Visible screen diagonal
32" / 81 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 78.6 x 8.6 x 52.5 cm ; 13 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 19 Kg
  • Item model number: 32RV635DB
  • ASIN: B001TUYQ46
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Feb 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,705 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The 32 inch REGZA RV635 offers a Full HD 1080p Ready LCD TV, blending superb picture and audio quality and delivering it in a stylish high gloss black design. The 32 inch RV635 provides Toshiba's acclaimed Active Vision II picture processing technology delivering stunning images from any high definition or standard definition source as well as featuring Resolution+ technology which enhances edge detail and texture to upscale high definition content to near high definition quality providing clearer, sharper,

Manufacturer's Description

The REGZA RV series is a range of Full HD 1080p Ready LCD televisions, blending superb picture and audio quality and delivering it in a stylish high gloss black design. All Regza RVs feature Resolution+ technology which enhances standard definition content to virtually high definition quality. EcoPanel is also featured and is designed to consume significantly less power than a conventional LCD TV without comprising on picture 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.

Resolution+
Toshiba's unique and critically-acclaimed Resolution+ upscaling technology takes everyday standard definition content and instantly enhances it to virtually high definition picture quality by improving edge detail and texture.

With Resolution+, your 1080p Toshiba LCD TV will produce near HD picture quality on all standard definition TV, DVD and downloaded content you watch while still delivering the most pure and stunning picture quality possible from all high definition sources. This complex and intricate process of constantly and instantly improving the images which appear on the screen is made possible by the Meta Brain processing engine, unique to REGZA models. This powerful processing chip has its heritage in Toshiba´s esteemed history in the semiconductor research and development.

Watch as your favourite movies, programmes and games become clearer, richer and sharper than ever before with Toshiba, and Resolution+

Eco Panel
Toshiba REGZA LCD TVs which feature EcoPanel are specially designed to consume significantly less power than a conventional LCD TV without comprising on picture quality.

Toshiba's EcoPanel technology utilises materials of the highest possible quality and clarity to construct an LCD panel so translucent that as much as half as much light is required to illuminate it as compared to conventional panels.

A TV with a conventional LCD panel requires powerful backlights to illuminate the screen. This is where most of the power consumption comes from. By reducing the amount of light required to brighten the screen, REGZA LCD TVs with EcoPanel can deliver the same brilliant HD picture quality, with almost half the power.

With EcoPanel, you can relax knowing that Toshiba's green LCD TV technology is being kind to the environment and saving you up to 45% of your TV's energy consumption*, all while providing you with the same cutting-edge features and exceptional picture quality.

*Comparing the 32RV635 with EcoPanel compared to Toshiba's 32XV505DB model

AutoView
Toshiba's unique technology that automatically adjusts picture settings depending on not only the room lighting, which is common feature on quality LCD TVs these days, but also the content shown on screen. The technology eliminates the need to constantly have to adjust the backlight brightness and colour settings in order to find the best viewing experience in all environments.

The ambient light sensor is constantly analysing the room lighting and adjusting the LCD's backlight to suit. Through the use of this technology the viewer is provided with a more comfortable viewing experience in all lighting conditions. Content viewed on screen is also constantly analysed. Dark and bright pixels shown on screen are monitored and picture settings are adjusted to provide the best possible image.

AutoView means that your REGZA LCD TV is always performing at its full potential, delivering the best possible picture quality at all times.


Active Vision II
Active Vision II is our acclaimed high performance picture processing system. It has been designed to produce high quality, high definition images by enhancing core elements of a television picture:

Detail: Images are now spread over a larger number of smaller pixels compared to a conventional LCD TV. This allows highly detailed images to be produced far more accurately across all colour tones.

Colour: Active Vision reproduces colours with more tones than conventional LCD televisions, producing images with reduced banding for a smoother, more realistic colour progression.

Movement: Picture sharpness in fast moving scenes is increased, with a reduction in the jagged edges often seen on lines and fine detail.

Contrast: The monitoring and adjustment of contrast enhances detail and increases the ability of the television to represent subtle shade changes.

Game Mode
Models in the XV Series have an exciting new feature for the gamers amongst you - Game Mode. This feature is designed to enhance the gaming experience by ensuring the best possible aspect ratios and response time of the television to the gaming console. Game Mode bypasses much of the picture processing technology required to enhance TV programmes and films, resulting in an improved response time and screen refresh rate.

Game Mode is compatible with any HDMI equipped games console and automatically adjusts the picture to deliver a more realistic game setting and importantly 1:1 pixel mapping. This allows every last detail of the original image to be shown without cropping the edges; giving the online gamer a distinct advantage over opponents without Game Mode and improving the overall gaming experience for even the most casual of gamers.

Full Power Down
An exciting new feature for the gamers amongst you - Game Mode. This feature bypasses much of the picture processing technology required to enhance TV programmes and films, resulting in an improved response time and screen refresh rate.

Game Mode is compatible with any HDMI equipped games console and automatically adjusts the picture to deliver a more realistic game setting and importantly 1:1 pixel mapping. This allows every last detail of the original image to be shown without cropping the edges; giving the online gamer a distinct advantage over opponents without a dedicated Game Mode.

Digital TV
Between now and the end of 2012 the UK will be turning off all old "analogue" TV transmitters and switching your TV signal to "digital". Digital TV offers new ways to enjoy your TV. You will have a greater choice of TV channels as well as access to additional features and services which will enhance your TV-watching experience.

When the digital switch happens in your area, your older analogue TVs will no longer be able to pick up a signal. To keep your normal TV service running, you will need to convert your TVs to digital before your area's switchover date.

Switching your home to digital is easy. All you need to do is purchase digital tuner and connect it to your analogue TV or alternatively, you can replace it with a new digital TV. All Toshiba LCD TVs carry the Digital Tick and come with Freeview built-in, making them the ideal option for preparing your home for the digital switch.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

193 of 195 people found the following review helpful By Avg Joe on 21 Jun 2009
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Purchased this about 3 weeks ago now. As advertised, no surprises. This is an inexpensive set with a lot of capabilities. Nice screen: bright and sharp. It's been used mainly for movies and some gaming, not caring for TV fare.

Just some helpful info to complement existing reviews and product info:
-The front, lit 'Toshiba' logo can be turned off. It's a menu option.
-The on/off button is on the left, while many of the direct-plugin ports (SCART, HDMI, USB, etc.) are on the right side, in addition to another series of connections on a back panel, near the right side. For some this might matter a lot.
-Excellent, user-friendly menu controls, with different display modes (movie, 'dynamic', standard, etc.). 'Dynamic' is the brightest, perhaps too hyper-real.
-Assembled in UK (at least this unit).
-Really easy to put together; has a sturdy base.
-Requested one-day service, and it arrived right on time, coming from Swansea.
-A small cloth is provided to wipe down screen and frame panel.

-The sound is decent and can go fairly loud, but remains a little flat and could be better (hence 4 stars). Sound can be customised, however, and there's a handy choice to return to factory default settings in most menu options.
-The remote does not have lighted buttons, which would have been useful. Back on the plus side, the major buttons are nicely sized, though the remote itself is still comfortably handheld (vs. some of the long or wide behemoths with all manner of unused/unintelligible buttons).

Verdict? Definitely recommended. You don't have to empty your coffers, and not so garish for smaller sized rooms. Very good, user-friendly performer.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. E. D. Wood on 23 July 2009
I bought this Tele after weeks and weeks of shopping around. I couldn't decided weather to go for the Full 1080p or not. The difference in price of the Tv's was about £100. I decided to go for this TV because more and more third generation games for the PS3 are releasing at 1080p. It also takes into account the increasing number of HDMI product on the market and the likelyhood of you getting them by giving you 4 HDMI slots. After all the theortical parts of the TV being tip top, I then started using it. It is fantastic, perfectly crisp picture, with very vivid bright and rich colours. The Freeview menu is very stylish, and the remote is nice and compact. I would recomend to anyone wanting to get a 32" Full HD TV which will last for a long time into the future, for a very cheap price.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Bass boy on 3 Sep 2009
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Update to my review below, I sent this telly back

Unfortunately vertical stripes which I believe are known in the trade as vertical banding were apparent every time the camera scans during a football match. I changed the scart leads, no difference, adjusted the backlight which improved things slightly but eventually it got so annoying, even though the effect was quote minor (my GF didn't notice it, but then she has her face stuck in facebook all evening)

Panasonic rule the school with these LCDs, I replaced it with a cheaper model from their range and the image is truer, richer and doesn't suffer the aforementioned issue.

.........

Liking this TV. Decided to plump for it over the £40 more expensive Panasonic equivalent on the basis of the reviews that stated it is better for SD freeview pictures.

The resolution plus feature sharpens up the pic nicely and makes things look rich a little like HD.

Sound was a concern - I have a Samsung in the kitchen which has a great picure but terribly tinny sound - this set is much better and has quite a rich sound for a flatscreen lcd.

I've resisted LCD in the living room until now ecause the pic is not as good as CRT, however, this set, and the recent panasonics have come close enough to now warrant the change. The blacks are black and the colours bright, no bleaching.

Main criticism would be that there are sometimes flickers and deviation of the image when confronted with patterns such as checks or stripes, to avoid this you might want to go for a 100hz set if you can afford it.

Worth noting also that if you sit too close, ie 1 - 1.5 metres away you can notice 'blocking' of the image, but once 2 metres away, as most will be, this dissapears

Good value and reccomended overall
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Angela Macaulay on 26 Sep 2009
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This is an excellent TV with a superb picture quality. It has two scarts, 4 HDM sockets and two sets of video/audio jacks plus RS2320C, RGB PC, Digital audio and DVB2 common interface connections. I can't begin to understand what they all are, but I was able to connect my Sky box, Wii-Sports console, DVD player and VHS video with no problems. I am listing these as I spent a lot of time trying to find out whether I would be able to connect the Wii to the set and although the seller told me there were two scarts (which I knew I needed), he was unable to confirm that the Wii connection would be possible and suggested I contact Toshiba direct. Despite several emails to the manufacturer, I never received a reply, but decided in the end it was worth risking it and purchasing the set anyway. In the end I found that it had two sets of (coloured) jacks which accommodated both my Wii and my video, so it all turned out for the best in the end.
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