Toshiba 52XV540U - Televisión Full HD, Pantalla LCD 52 pulgadas
- Full HD
- Modo de juego
- PC (D-Sub)
- Temporizador de apagado
- Ángulo de visión, vertical: 178 °
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 790 mm
Ancho: 1251 mm
Audio digital, salida optica: 1
Brillo de pantalla: 500 cd / m²
Entrada de S-Video: 1
Filtro peine: 3D
Full HD: Y
Longitud del dispositivo (con soporte): 1251 mm
Modo de juego: Y
Montaje VESA: 400 x 200 mm
Número de puertos HDMI: 4
Número de puertos RF: 1
PC (D-Sub): Y
Profundidad: 102 mm
Proporción latitud-altura: 16:9
Requisitos de energía: 220-240V, 50/60Hz
Resolución de la pantalla: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Sistema de sonido: Soundstrip, Dolby Digital, SVP
Tamaño de pantalla en diagonal: 1320.8 mm (52 ")
Temporizador de apagado: Y
Tiempo de respuesta: 8 ms
entrada AV: 2
Ángulo de visión, horizontal: 178 °
Ángulo de visión, vertical: 178 °
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the new sony xbr6 will have 24p, deep color, and x.v. color too and will be the same size as this tv but will run you alot more. Of course you DON'T want any lcd that can't do 120hz and most NEW lcd tv's do that. At this price range for this size of tv , toshiba is the best bet. If you want a sharper picture though you will have to drop down to the z series which is only a 46" or xbr5 which is more expensive. Why am I going on about x.v. color , deep color, and 24p (5:5 pulldown)?, because these are the standards that will carry us into the far future. deep color and x.v. color allow the tv to accept more color and show more color. if they offer tv's with greater than 1080p this is LESS important because nothing will be set to output at that anyway. so it's not that important. but having a lcd tv that can do 120 hz, is a good thing, greater hz(240) lcds will come in the next few years probably, but you will have a good enough tv to be satisfied with a 120 hz tv.
for many , many , years to come. and this tv is good enough to be happy with for at least five years conservatively. It has the 24p (5:5 pulldown)amd deep color and a large screen. It doesn't have the x.v. color but to get it at this price you must find a smaller z series from sony. Many representitives at stores have not been informed on these new standards , which you will want far into the future. But if you have blu ray you NEED a tv that does 24p (5:5 pulldown). why spend money on a LARGER 42' and above lcd without this feature? So it comes down to it at this price range, a smaller z series with all the new standards or this great tv with two of the new standards. But whatever you get you want the 24p standard. this has it, sadly the samsung lcd ranges and many others don't. If you can't live without a 52 inch then this a good buy also. but if you want the best picture (at this price range) out there right now you would go with a z series. These are the new 2008 models of course that this review has been comparing. This is a long review but few salesmen are telling their customers about the new standards at all. And you do get two of them on this tv so that makes this a better buy than alot of other tv's at this price. At this price range I would suggest you look at this in a showroom, the picture quality is great , the z series is clearer though but smaller for the same price range. So far the models on showrooms here show no defects or purple blotches. Some lcds get those defects in early runs. So that is more good news. All in all , this is a fine tv with a great picture and good blacks, it has a good processor too so it is a better buy than the sony w series of the same size. And it's not as great a tv as the sony z series but it is bigger. Many go for the samsungs at this size but they shortchanged their customers by leaving off 24p film speed and deep color. So skip them and think toshiba or sony lcd and then compare.
Regular cable TV looks excellent on this set, better than most in my opinion, although the HDTV is jaw-dropping having seen it at the store. While I was at an electronics store, I happened to walk by a display which included a 46" Regza, surrounded by some Sharp, Sony and Samsung product. The folks standing around were admiring the picture of the Regza which was definitely sharper and superior to its peers. I think they walked out with one.
Haven't seen a need to try the Gaming Mode which decreases the time it takes for the button input on the controller to register with the onscreen movement.
Setup was incredibly easy and intuitive. Everything is labeled clearly and the onscreen menus are easy to navigate and understand. The TV takes awhile to turn on, but after reading the manual I realized it's because the TV is set to Power Saver Mode.
The TV speakers are functional and not bad at all, but if you're going this big you have to with some quality home theater speakers, natch.
I could not be happier with this TV. It's so big and vivid that it makes my wife ill - which is almost a bizarre selling feature. My son was playing Spider-Man Web of Shadows and I took to the skies and as I fell towards the streets of New York, I got butterflies in my stomach. That hasn't happened before.
There is literally no point in going to the theater anymore and paying big bucks to take the family as we've now got the best seats in the house and there's never a line up.
Fortunately, my fears were unwarranted. The white glove delivery service was excellent. They brought the TV into my apartment, unboxed it and placed it on my TV stand. The delivery men then waited, somewhat patiently (but were still in a hurry), while I plugged in the HDMI cable from the cable box and checked the set for any sign of dead pixels or screen damage.
So far, the TV has been great. I wish it had slightly less reflections on the screen, but it's at least a matte screen, so they aren't bad. And really I only see them when the TV is off or on really dark screen sections. I think some curtains in the living room will clear them up.
I've only had it less than a week so far, so I haven't done everything with it, but I've watched some standard def DVDs, standard def TV, and HDTV. The standard def TV is good, but it's not what you buy this TV for. The HDTV channels are AMAZING. DVDs look great, too (playing through my PS3, which is upconverting). I can't wait to get Iron Man as my first Blu-ray disc and check it out.