Toshiba 26C3030DB - 26" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV - With Freeview
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Rewriting the rulebook for outstanding pictures at an attractive price is the brilliant new REGZA C Series.
An ideal future-proofed entry level LCD TV for the consumer looking to replace their old CRT TV and looking for their first HD Ready set with built-in digital tuner, Active Vision Picture Processing, 2x HDMI inputs and rich sounds, the REGZA C Series is the perfect focal point for viewing and gaming pleasure.See all Product description
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The sound is surprisingly good for built in speakers its not flat or tinny.
The colour options add some nice effects for different 'moods' of films and the controller is simple and easy to use.
26inch screen is the perfect size for a HD telly for playing console games on. Anything bigger and some games can strain your skills and your eyes as there is far too much to look at.
Overall this is an excellant product and it comes well packaged in a tough and secure box.
(Be careful about some of the reviews on here like the one's that 1 star products because there is no off switch!)
Its well known that all new LCD or Plasma TVs do not have 'off' switches!
If you are put off by the fact that you can simply unplug it then you are missing out.
Fantastic picture and sound(I'm a little deaf so this is important to me)looks good and has a sturdy base, would recommend to anyone.
If this screen was being bought for Game Play (Xbox / PS3), no problem, it's adequate. If it's being bought to also watch TV, consider something else, my suggestion would be the Sony KDL26S3000 - 26'' Widescreen Bravia HD Ready LCD TV - With Freeview £379.99, a little more costly but has an SVHS socket and 2 HDMI, the screen is also far clearer on SD and gorgeous on HD.
Finally the remote is very slow and unresponsive, not a major issue but very annoying when stting up the set or trying to make adjustments...
are 3 versions of this "ACTIVE VISION" the best being "ACTIVE VISION 100hz" and the 32c303d has only the very basic model of "ACTIVE VISION LCD" which does not make much difference. Even though i was only looking for a 26" i was very close to buying the 32c3030d just for the "ACTIVE VISION" but when i found out it only had this basic model of "ACTIVE VISION" i was relieved because i did not want to bee spending that much money.
For this size of tv toshiba has packed in alot of features and connections.
Freeview (which is brilliant)
side panel buttons, (which are good if you lose your remote because it has all the buttons you would need not just volume and channels)
AV connection and earphone connection on side panel
Common interface (freeview upgrade card slot to get extra channels)
One HDMI port is enough for anyone, ive have seen recently that the RGB component connection which has been out for years is not far at all from HDMI quality, people may find this had to believe but it's true. I had the x-box 360 connected via each and i cant notice it but some people say it looks like the contrast is slightly crisper (blacks being blacker, whites being whiter) using the HDMI cable and this was a good HDMI cable. For any X-box 360ers out there playing on HD READY tv's, when setting your x-box to a higher rate in the display options 720p is better that 1080i. 1080i is trying to be 1080p and it is interlaced make its look all liney hence 1080(i)interlace.
The freeview is grate, im using a crappy ariel not one wired into the wall and it is getting all the channels, it has a booster in it. You can use the (i) button to just bring up whats on now and next telling you how long i left and what its about or you can use the guide button to look at all the channels in a full screen layout, you can even took ahead 1 week and set reminders to tell you its coming on, and if you have a decent enough vcr 4 years old or so or a dvd recorder or hard disk recorder you can set it to record it by letting it talk to the vcr through the scart.
Sound is great everything is ajustable even bass boost.
If you a really fussy you can go in and change all the colors, i mean each individual colour its pretty amazing.
Setting up this tv is easy, menus are clear and really easy to use auto tuning the freeview to seconds.
Setting up the stand was easy too. You can buy a wall bracket for this for £20 hear on amazon that can come out from the wall about a foot, maybe more and turns to give a better viewing angle.
Overall excellent value for the money (£329)!
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