Toshiba 42AV555DB TV reviews and prices: 42" HD Ready LCD screen
This television is a good all rounder.
Customer reviews of Toshiba 42AV555DBMost helpful reviews
Anthony, Kingswinford Watch TV in evening.
- Good points:
- Smart appearance that fits into most room decor. Big screen is not obtrusive. No unsightly knobs and buttons on the front. Easy to connect any other appliance.
- Bad points:
- None I can think of.
|Value for money||10.0|
Confirmed purchase: 01 Dec 2008
|Screen size (Inches)||42|
|Type of screen||LCD|
|HD TV||HD Ready|
|Built-in disc player||No Disc Player|
|Freeview or Freesat tuner||Freeview|
|Number of HDMI ports||2|
|Number of scart ports||2|
|Response time (Milliseconds)||8|
|Screen aspect ratio||16:9|
|Contrast Ratio (X:1)||17000|
|Horizontal resolution (Pixels)||136.6|
|Vertical resolution (Pixels)||768|
|Brightness (Candela per square metre)||500|
|Electronic Program Guide (EPG)||Yes|
Also known as: Toshiba 42AV555TV Buyers Guide
Packed with Toshiba’s own Active Vision LCD processing power, this 42” LCD TV instantly gives you Freeview with an eight-day TV guide. This gloss black screen is also HD Ready, so you can attach the latest high definition equipment.
2 x HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia Interface is an all-digital audio/video interface capable of transmitting uncompressed streams. HDMI provides an interface between any compatible digital audio/video source and video monitor.
Component Video Input
Component Video is a connection method used for delivering high quality video images. This is the best available connection for DVD Video pictures.
Automatically adjusts brightness required by the signal. This system allows fine detail to be reproduced, without compromising the rendering of colourful, high-bright scenes, by dimming the backlight. Conversely, for bright scenes the backlight can be brightened to give images a new intensity.
Active Vision LCD
Toshiba’s high performance and flexible picture processing system offering different picture modes.
Allows a TV to receive free-to-view digital broadcasts through its standard aerial with no need for an additional digital decoder box.
from House of Fraser to Tesco,
no one is selling it, we're sorry to say,
not 366 retailers nor anyone on eBay,
but please don't worry even if it hurts,
you can look for alternatives or