Toshiba 24D3753DB 24-Inch HD Ready DVD Smart TV with Freeview Play - Black (2017 Model)
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- HD (High Definition) Ready
- 2x HDMI, 1x USB, 1x Scar
- Toshiba Smart Portal
- Internal WLAN & Bluetooth
- USB Recording
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|Connectivity Technology||HDMI, USB, Ethernet, VGA||HDMI; VGA; Bluetooth; USB||Cable||USB||USB;HDMI||USB^WiFi|
|Display Resolution Max||720p||720p||720p HD Ready||720p HD Ready||720p HD Ready||720p HD Ready|
|Display Size||24 inches||32 inches||23.6 inches||24 inches||24 inches||24 inches|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9||16:9||16:9||16:9||—||16:9|
|Item Dimensions||15.2 x 36.9 x 55.4 cm||9 x 73.5 x 43.7 cm||56 x 5.5 x 35 cm||—||56 x 14 x 38.6 cm||38.73 x 55.6 x 14.63 cm|
|Item Display Weight||—||—||—||4 kg||—||—|
|Item Weight||3.8 kg||5 kg||3.5 kg||—||4 kg||3.2 kg|
|Special Feature||smart / internet||Amazon Dash Replenishment (Automatic Re-ordering)||VESA 75||Freeview||Smart / Internet||Smart / Internet|
|Tuner Technology||Freeview Play||Freeview HD||DVB-T2/C/S2||freeview||Freeview HD||DVB-S2 (HD)|
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Toshiba Smart Portal
A whole new world of entertainment awaits you on your Toshiba big screen TV and it’s all just one click away. Choose from Toshiba’s huge range of music, video, TV and social media apps. With Netflix and YouTube, you will find plenty of 4K content. And, with Opera TV, you can discover even more entertainment variety.
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But first. I didn’t buy it from Amazon because it was in stock elsewhere for the same money, with the addition of a five year guarantee. However, I feel I have to offer a review on Amazon because this is an exceptional product.
Some things to know:- First, you MUST connect to an aerial to benefit from the Freeview Play, iPlayer and of course, the TV channels. If you’re not connected to an aerial and tuned in, Freeview Play won’t work, neither will iPlayer.
Freeview Play - is effectively a very nicely presented portal to ALL catch-up services, so you’ll need a login for each of them, eg., ITV Play.
On the remote, you have a button for FVPlay, and another for YouTube, as well as Netflix. The MENU button opens up a view of the apps on the TV, including iPlayer, YouTube, Internet etc.
The TV receives both standard Freeview AND HD Freeview, which is amazingly clear.
The TV connects to your WiFi, or you can hard wire if you prefer. In south Essex, pointing to Surrey 30 miles away, we collected 209 channels when we auto-tuned - we have a 32 element loft aerial with 4G filter built in. All the HD channels are spectacularly clear. The comparison I make is with the Humax Freesat HD. Although excellent, it has been surpassed noticeabley by this remarkable little telly.
Big red button on the front also seconds as a night light, which can be fixed with a tiny circle of black sticky tape if you like. It tends to search for updates in the early hours, and the green light flashes when this happens.
The TV is light. Very light. That means it sits well on wall-mounted platforms. I wouldn’t mount it on the wall because I’d end up with an aching neck looking up at it.
Playing videos can be either from an HDMI source of course, or catchups, or a USB stick poked in the side, out of sight. It also streams videos and music MP3 files from my Windows10 laptop, with streaming enabled on the laptop.
The sound is clear but of course, there’s not a lot of bass - how could there’s be. I will put a small speaker system on it eventually, but it’s absolutely fine for the bedroom.
Performance of the internet browser is not reliable and, without a mouse, difficult. However, why would anyone use a TV for that. I think the only reason it’s there is to provide the other services that derive from the internet.
All in all then, this is superb value for money, indeed, quite unbelievable for everything you can do with it.
New - Update after a month of use.
I have discovered so much about this TV that continues to amaze me.
The menu options just go on and on, with choice of what kind of picture you like, eg., sport, cinema etc. If you dare, you can tinker with all kinds of picture properties.
There is a graphic equaliser with handy presets - this will be more effective when I get some decent speakers.
You can set a timer to record a future program on a USB stick or HD, or you can just press the red record button to store what you’re watching. With Freeview play, you probably don’t really need to do this.
There are things you can set which I haven’t a clue what they mean!
The EPG is very good indeed, with loads of options.
A word of warning - if you choose “favourites” then that is all you will be able to choose, so make sure you populate your favourites first. I don’t use it and I’ve actually removed channels I wouldn’t want the grandchildren to accidentally find.
On the quick menu, you’ll find a full comprehensive guide and user manual, which is probably why the included user guide is so poor.
I am going to try and find a full manual at Toshiba. With all the things you can do with the TV it will probably be as thick as a novel!
So. Even more impressed than on day one!
This 32inch screen TV is the right size for my small flat.
Picture quality is the best I have seen in a very long time.
Controls simple and easy to use.
I love it
Only down side is the volume is fully rubbish I have to have it on 100 every time I watch something is low .
Height: 36.5cm (with the stand)
Its connections include the following: HDMI x 2; SCART x 1; LAN cable socket x 1; USB x 1; Antenna socket x 1; VGA socket x 1; and red, blue and green sockets.
The USB connection allows the user to recharge a device, as I do with my mi-fi; or access avi / MP4 files from a flash drive. In addition, the TV remote has a record button, so it is possible to record TV programmes onto a flash drive via the USB. It is also possible to connect a keyboard or a mouse via the USB; this makes navigating websites much easier than relying upon the TV’s remote.
It is possible to connect this TV to a set top box or a PC (due to the SCART and VGA sockets respectively).
When I first scanned for TV channels on this new TV, I noticed a whole range of new Freeview TV channels which my older SD TV never picked up. These included seven regular channels and fifteen HD channels (the latter obviously could never be detected by an SD TV).
The DVD player does not have an extendable tray. Instead, the user merely inserts the DVD into the open slot at the right side of the TV. The TV detects the presence of the DVD and then gently pulls the DVD into the DVD player.
Another bonus is this Smart TV has an EPG which is quick to respond and allows me to browse through the TV channels without having to change the channel itself – a fact which makes this TV a lot better than my older TV.
Now for the really important bit. It is possible to connect this TV to the internet either by a LAN cable, or via a wireless connection (I personally use a mi-fi device to establish a wireless connection). The first time the user wants to access the internet they have to input their internet device’s SSID and wi-fi key. The TV also allows the user to test their internet’s speed connection (mine is 8-10 Mbps, and with that I can watch entire films in HD, although I do sometimes experience a bit of buffering). Overall, the internet connection is faster on my Smart TV than it is on my PC!
I have never had a Smart TV before, but this new TV was an eye opener for me and is also easy to use. With an internet connection it is possible to watch Catch-Up TV. This allows the viewer to watch some of the programs they may have missed on the main TV channels by watching them at any time on BBCiplayer, ITV Hub, All4, and Demand5. It is possible to watch these TV programmes in SD, rather than watching them in HD, which is especially useful, if like me you are on a limited internet data usage scheme. But, if you really want to benefit from everything that this TV has to offer you would be better off having an unlimited internet service.
In addition, there is a Netflix button on the remote control. You need both an internet connection and you have to pay a subscription fee to access this service. There is also a button for YouTube.
And there’s more! With internet access the user can access the following online apps and services: Facebook; Twitter; Flickr; Joomeo; BBC News; BBC Sport; CineTrailer; Chili; Rakuten TV; Accuweather; Foreca; Meteonews; Autozone; and Viewed App Store. There is also Google! With this TV you can browse the entire web!
I’ve had this Smart TV for a few months, and it has made a massive difference to my life. There are so many different features to enjoy. I have only two regrets – I wish I’d bought a Smart TV years ago and I wish I’d bought a bigger TV!