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  1. Toshiba 37X3030 review

    Toshiba 37X3030 review

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    The 37X3030 is part of Toshiba's 'step-up' new LCD range, meaning that, like Sharp's 37XD1E, it's a Full HD model. But 1920 x 1080 pixels does not necessarily make a great TV, so let's see what else it has up its sleeve

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    Toshiba 23W330 review

    Toshiba 23W330 review

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    Most HD Ready TVs are at least 26in in size for the simple reason that on anything smaller the benefits of high definition are not thought to be detectable by our eyes. This makes the appearance of an HDMI socket and an HD Ready badge on this 23in LCD TV somewhat of an anomaly.

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    Toshiba 37C3030 review

    Toshiba 37C3030 review

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    Toshiba's C3030 range didn't really get off to a flying start with the 32in model, with its irritatingly bumbling execution of hi-def pictures. So, you can forgive us for not being over the moon at the prospect of getting to grips with Toshiba's latest instalment of this entry level series of LCD TVs, the 37in 37C3030.

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    Toshiba 23W330D review

    Toshiba 23W330D review

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    Contrary to popular belief, hi-def isn't just intended for plasma TVs the size of a house. The extra detail on offer also makes a difference on small screens under 26in, which is why more and more manufacturers are putting HDMIs and hi-def resolution panels inside 23in, 20in and even 15in LCD sets.

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    Toshiba 37X3030 review

    Toshiba 37X3030 review

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    The 37X3030 wears its main attractions very much on its sleeve. It's a full HD 37in LCD TV that costs only £1,000 - the price you'd expect to pay on a same-size HD Ready TV. But does it have anything else to commend it?

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    Toshiba 42C3030D review

    Toshiba 42C3030D review

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    It still beggars belief that 42in flatscreens from major manufacturers can be picked up for such astoundingly small amounts of money. Toshiba's £1,200 42in LCD TV couples affordability with a hearty features list

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    Toshiba 20W330D review

    Toshiba 20W330D review

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    Toshiba's latest largescreen LCD sets are currently earning rave reviews, so we're hoping some of that quality has filtered down to the £450 20W330D.This cute 20in TV features the same black and silver styling common to the Regza range

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    Toshiba 42C3030DB review

    Toshiba 42C3030DB review

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    With the 32in and 37in models of Toshiba's entry-level C series faring respectively poorly and adequately in recent issues, we have to say we set about the range-topping 42in model with no great expectations

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    Toshiba 42X3030DG review

    Toshiba 42X3030DG review

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    Toshiba's latest Regza LCD shaves about half a grand off the price of its nearest rivals, yet still manages to bristle with features and be stunningly attractive too. The piano lacquer frame is an object lesson in restrained elegance

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    Toshiba 37C3030 review

    Toshiba 37C3030 review

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    This 37-incher from the C3030 range had much to prove. After all, its 32-inch relation proved a damp squib on review.It looks good for an 'affordable' set, combining smart black minimalism with a solid build

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    Toshiba 42C3030D review

    Toshiba 42C3030D review

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    Toshiba is one of those companies that likes to stuff its LCD TVs full of the very latest features and cutting-edge connections. Take the 42WLT68 - it introduced 100Hz processing to the LCD world

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    Toshiba 42C3030D review

    Toshiba 42C3030D review

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    The most significant thing about this entry-level LCD set from Toshiba is its price.The 42C3030D will set you back just over £1,000, which for a big-name 42-inch screen is remarkable - particularly when it doesn't skimp on any of the crucial features

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    Toshiba 37C3030 review

    Toshiba 37C3030 review

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    Toshiba 37C3030 review: The 37C3030's connections are fine by entry-level TV standards, with two HDMIs being joined by a component video input, PC port, digital tuner input, and a subwoofer line out for adding an external bass speaker

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    Toshiba 42C3030D review

    Toshiba 42C3030D review

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    Toshiba's recently unveiled 2007 TV line-up boasts no fewer than four different LCD ranges, and the C-series is the entry level offering, designed to strike a balance between quality and affordability

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    Toshiba 32C3030 review

    Toshiba 32C3030 review

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    Toshiba 32C3030 review: The specification of HD Ready TVs get more confusing by the month. So three cheers for Toshiba, for unleashing this set that's simply HD Ready with a few extras thrown in

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    Toshiba 32C3030 review

    Toshiba 32C3030 review

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    The 32C3030 looks really quite snappy in its skinny black finish. And it hits all the right connectivity notes courtesy of two HDMIs, a component video input, PC support, digital tuner support, a subwoofer line out, and a digital audio output..

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    Toshiba 37C3030 review

    Toshiba 37C3030 review

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    The Toshiba 37C3030 37in LCD TV has much to prove, as we were distinctly underwhelmed by the manufacturer's 32in 32C3030. Still, the TV gets off to a positive start in the appearance stakes, combining smart black minimalism with solid build quality

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    Toshiba Regza 37C3030 review

    Toshiba Regza 37C3030 review

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    The first of Toshiba's 2007 LCD range is, as its eye-catching asking price suggests, from the company's entry-level line-up. Let's just hope Tosh hasn't sacrificed too much of its customary quality to make such a tempting price feasible

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    Toshiba 42WLT68 review

    Toshiba 42WLT68 review

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    Home entertainment technology evolves at lightning speed, so it's important to make sure your TV is as futureproofed as possible - and they don't come much more forward-thinking than this 42-inch set from Toshiba

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    Toshiba 42WLT66 review

    Toshiba 42WLT66 review

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    Toshiba's 42in 42WLT66 is unique in the LCD world in that it's a full HD TV, but it sits lower in Toshiba's LCD range than a series of 1366 x 768 sets. Still, we're not complaining, as this odd range position means it costs just £1,300

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    Toshiba 42WLT68 review

    Toshiba 42WLT68 review

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    This 42in set is the first in the UK to offer an impressive three HDMI inputs and introduces us to another processing mode - Active Vision M100. The Active Vision technology not only enhances detail and colour but also ups the picture refresh rate

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    Toshiba 37WLT68 review

    Toshiba 37WLT68 review

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    We reckon you'd welcome a TV that overcomes LCD technology's traditional problems with motion smearing with open arms. So, get ready to get touchy-feely with Toshiba's latest slab of 37in LCD elegance, the 37WLT68

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    Toshiba 42WLT68 review

    Toshiba 42WLT68 review

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    Toshiba is a driving force in the LCD TV market, not only in terms of improving picture quality, but also adding new and unique features to its sets. The WLT66 series was the first to offer two HDMI sockets and the WLT68 series is innovating with three

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    Toshiba 37WLT68 review

    Toshiba 37WLT68 review

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    Anyone who's spent time with LCD TVs will probably have noticed that whatever strengths the technology might have, it suffers a tendency to slightly blur fast motion. Cue Toshiba's Active Vision M100 processing, as sported by the 37WLT68

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    Toshiba 32WLT68 review

    Toshiba 32WLT68 review

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    For all the things LCD gets right, there's one thing at least it will always struggle with: motion. The way LCD panels work makes it tough for them to respond to changes in picture information fast enough to show motion without blurring or juddering

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