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Toshiba Regza 32AV615DB 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview (2012 model) (discontinued by manufacturer)

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On-mode power consumption
160 Watts

Visible screen diagonal
32" / 81 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 78.6 x 9.1 x 52.5 cm ; 12 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 18 Kg
  • Item model number: 32AV615B
  • ASIN: B0020HR6QM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 April 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (298 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,717 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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After much searching and reading numerous reviews on lcd tv's I finally settled on buying a Toshiba but when I went to purchase the tv there was a link to this one which was the newer model. Although there was no reviews for this model I took a gamble and ordered it anyway. I am very pleased I did.

The tv is for my bedroom and I love it. The picture has been great on digital tv, movies and (after a little playing with the settings) the picture is truely amazing when playing my xbox 360. For the price I think the picture is great, I really can't fault it.

Soundwise if i was using it as my main tv in the living room I would probably invest in a surround sound system to get really deep sound but for a bedroom tv it is really impressive. I turn off bass boost when watching normal tv, turn it on when watching movies and when playing the xbox I turn on bass boost and surround sound to get a realy loud deep sound that totally immerses me in the gameplay.

My only criticism of the tv (which may be down to me missing a setting but I'm not sure) is that when using the EPG and going through the channels to see what is on the tv switches to the highlighted channel. This is my only annoyance with the set as it means I can't watch one channel and see whats on the others at the sametime.

Overall a great tv at a great price that you can have up and tuned in about 10mins that includes fitting the stand
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I remember my parents buying a 32" HD Ready TV for nearly £1000 not that long ago. When my old TV went bang, I was expecting to pay at least £800 for a 32" TV. I couldnt believe I paid less than £400 for this.

It's a real beauty, nice design and amazing when connected to my XBox 360. I feel I've wasted the last few years of my gaming life! It's nice to have the digital tuner built in and the menus are simple and I was up and running in less than 5mins from getting the TV plugged in. Picture on Freeview/ Digital is really decent (I get a "good" Digital signal)
Sound wise it's up the job - I still connect to to my 5.1 home cinema when I watch movies.

No complaints so far - and really a pleasure to watch TV on knowing I got a real bargain!
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Having bought a 22inch broken Hitachi from Argos my heart sank when I saw this 32inch beast going for only £100 more, so i returned the 22 and bought this. As far as cheap LCDs go this one is unbelievable for the price:

Picture: Whilst it does not run 1080p i have my xbox running games at 1080i and it looks brilliant. The colours are great. When it comes to fast moving objects, most cheap LCDs suffer greatly from motion blur as they dont have any form of internal processor (i think thats why anyway) but this one does (called Active Vision). So when playing pro evo or watching any form of sport on this screen it looks much better than it did on the Hitachi. There is a bit of motion blur but for such a cheap lcd tv its more than acceptable.

As far as Dynamic Contrast goes, the tv changes backlight intensity depending on what is on screen, which makes the dark images look really good and the brighter images looking stunning (so batman combined with explosions in batman begins looks perfect) and the change is subtle; the only time I am made aware of it is when i am going into digital tv menus.

The internal digital box is definitely of high quality, I've got 2 cheap digital boxes and they dont pick up half the channels this one does. The only irritating thing is that you cannot check what is on other channels without it actually changing to that channel.

Picture options are vast and you can change everything - from contrast to hue - so for perfectionists i think theyll be able to achieve the picture they desire.

Sound: The sound is brilliant, changing from normal to surround sound makes a noticeable difference and bass boost is awesome for xbox fpss.
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So I got my 615DB on Saturday after ordering on Thursday and set it up. Frankly, I'm blown away with the image quality for 300 pounds! I've been using it with a 360 linked via VGA and linked to my Laptop via HDMI. I watched Transformers in 720p and from a distance of about 6 feet the image was sharp, with good black levels, vibrant colours, and smooth motion. I've also been paying Call of Duty World at War and GTA 4, both games where contrast is important and I haven't had to strain my eyes to see whats going on at all. It looks great, nice thin polished bezel with glowing Toshiba logo (you can turn this off if you like), the menu is easy to use and clear, and the remote has nice big buttons and is logically laid out.

It is quite a thick LCD, about 90mm so maybe not ideal for wall mounting but for me it is without doubt a top quality purchase. Sound wise, I can't speak because I have it plugged into a 5.1 kit. I'm not saying its the only option but if your in the market for a 32" LCD and you don't want to pay a fortune I will be very very suprised if anyone isn't happy with this set.
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This is my first new TV EVER owned! The hand-me-down Sony which must've been about 20 years old started smoking and is now weeping in the bin outside.

I was torn between the 32" Samsung and the Toshiba - both at similar prices, but finally settled for the Toshiba.

Set up from opening box, fitting base, to sitting in front of it with remote in hand installing programmes took about 20 minutes. I soon worked out how to access the DVD quickly.

The picture quality was a little disappointing. And dare I say it, the quality of the picture on the old Sony with set top box seemed better! But I've yet to watch it for a while and I think it may just be the change from a 20 inch to a 32 inch - that scaling up where perhaps detail goes down?! Although I expect if I owned a Sony Bravia I wouldn't be writing this...it all boils down to cost in the end!

The info box for each channel is gargantuan - it sits right at the top of the screen for about 8 seconds and obscures the action. Quite disappointing. Why oh why didn't they design it so the info box sits at the bottom of the screen. But that said, if you press the little i+ type button which is in the middle of the remote it goes away promptly.

Sounds seeems good. A low setting is fine for everyday use.

Not having an off button to someone who's vaguely eco-minded is frustrating but I was aware of this from the reviews and I can unplug it as there's nothing that will need re-setting.

The other thing to watch is that the surround, particularly the bottom panel with the green light on it, scratches easily so take care. Mine arrived with a couple of small scratches already on it. I also wasn't expecting the base and the panel around the screen to be gloss finish - not too distracting as it's not too big.

Delivery from amazon excellent.
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