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1. Toshiba 52HM84 52" HDTV-Ready
Too low to display list($3,999.99)
2. Toshiba 62HM84 62" HDTV-Ready
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3. Toshiba 57H84 57" HD-Ready Rear-Projection
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4. Toshiba 65H84 65" HD-Ready Rear-Projection
$1,011.99 $899.88 list()
5. Toshiba TDP-S20U DLP Video Projector
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6. Toshiba 51H84 51" HD-Ready Rear-Projection
Too low to display list($2,999.99)
7. Toshiba 46HM84 46" TheaterWide
$1,099.99 list($1,599.99)
8. Toshiba 46H84 46" Projection HD-Ready
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9. Toshiba TDP-SW20U DLP Video Projector
$1,791.95 list($2,599.99)
10. Toshiba 57H94 57" HD-Integrated
$299.99
11. TOSHIBA ST4684 Stand for Toshiba
$699.88
12. TOSHIBA TDP-S9 DLP Portable SVGA
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13. Toshiba 57H93 57" Integrated HDTV
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14. Toshiba TDP-T90U Conference Room
$1,920.97 list($2,299.99)
15. Toshiba 51H94 51" Projection HDTV
$1,094.21
16. Toshiba TLP-ET1 Home Theater Front
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17. Toshiba 57H83 57" HDTV-Ready TheaterWide
$1,699.99 list($2,499.99)
18. Toshiba 51H93 51" HD Theaterwide
$299.88
19. Toshiba ST5284 Stand for Toshiba
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20. Toshiba 51H83 51" HDTV-Ready TheaterWide

1. Toshiba 52HM84 52" HDTV-Ready Projection DLP TV
list price: $3,299.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002KQR3M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 3229
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba takes DLP technology into the future with the 52-inch TheaterWide 52HM84 HD-ready rear-projection TV. The 16:9 52HM84 uses a proprietary system called TALEN (Toshiba Advanced Light Engine); based on Texas Instruments' HD2+ DLP chip, it enhances brightness and contrast while keeping the 1,280 x 720-pixel progressive resolution (720p). Toshiba's TheaterWide TVs challenge direct-view CRT models when it comes to reproducing deep blacks and details in dark or shadowy scenes.

What is DLP?
The DLP processor DLP, or Digital Light Processing, is a technology that bounces a colored light beam across an array of hundreds of thousands of hinge-mounted microscopic mirrors attached to a single chip, called a "micro mirror device" (below, pictured with the head of a pin).
DLP mirrors dwarfed by the head of a pin
Each of the mirrors can be pointed toward or away from the light source thousands of times per second, providing not only minute color detail but also sharper resolution than even LCD displays.
Detail of resolution comparison between LCD and DLP
This set is HDTV-ready (it needs an optional hi-def receiver to get HD signals), but can improve standard-definition video thanks to Toshiba's multi-step PixelPure video processing system, which optimizes the three main picture quality factors: resolution, contrast, and color. All incoming signals are upconverted by the built-in "scaler" to match the DLP chip's native 720p resolution.

PixelPure encompasses 8 different processing circuits. Among its components are: 6.2 million-pixel oversampling (for higher perceived resolution), real-speed progressive scanning (which uses additional sampling points to create smoother diagonal lines), a Magic Square algorithm (for smooth, natural color gradation), Dynamic Contrast Enhancer (for higher perceived contrast and increased color saturation), and Color Detail Enhancer (to maintain fine image detail in color-saturated areas).

DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology uses an optical semiconductor, known as the Digital Micromirror Device, or DMD chip, to digitally manipulate light. The chip contains a rectangular array of up to 1.3 million microscopic mirrors, each of which measures less than one-fifth the width of a human hair. A DMD panel's micromirrors are mounted on tiny hinges that enable them to tilt either toward the light source (on) or away from it (off)--creating a light or dark pixel on the projection surface. The bit-streamed image code entering the semiconductor directs each mirror to switch on and off up to several thousand times per second, such that the mirrors can reflect pixels in up to 1,024 shades of gray.

The HD2+ DLP chip ensures an ultra-clean image by filling in the dimples, or vias, in the mirrors to avoid stray light. It increases both brightness and contrast, resulting in an impressive color-corrected contrast ratio (2,200:1) at 1,100 ANSI Lumens. The set's TheaterFine HD Super Fine Pitch screen reduces the physical space between the lines on the lenticular screen, resulting in a finer, sharper, more detailed picture.

Toshiba's DFine Hi-Speed VSM (velocity scan modulation) improves contrast and overall picture sharpness, while the CableClear DNR+ digital noise reduction optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable, further eliminating video noise ("snow") for a clean, crisp image. Cinema Mode circuitry (3:2 pulldown switch) identifies original film-based content from DVDs, then reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce the original 24-frame-per-second material.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction helps eliminate dot crawl and color bleed and significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricately detailed scenes. Color temperature controls allow you to adjust white balance. The "Warm" setting reduces the color temperature to an NTSC standard 6,500 degrees Kelvin and delivers a redder image that is ideal for display in a dimly lit room. "Medium" and "Cool" provide a progressively bluer image for the best picture as room light levels are increased.

The 52HM84 has plenty of inputs for connecting all your audio and video components. In back you'll find two RF, two composite video, two S-Video, and two HD ColorStream component video, as well as an HDMI digital input. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface that supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus 8-channel digital audio--all on a single cable. A set of front composite and S-video inputs make hooking up a game console or camcorder a snap.

Other features include HD Window dual-tuner POP (picture-on-picture) with PIP sound for listening to two programs simultaneously, the new Radiance DC lamp with high brightness and lower power modes for extended life, individual audio/video settings by input type, sleep and wake timers, Real Speed progressive scanning to create smoother diagonal lines, Color Transient Improver for sharp transitions on color changes without bleeding, and Color Detail Enhancer to maintain fine image detail in color saturated areas.

Aside from the 20-watts-per-channel stereo speaker system, the 52HM84 uses MTS for programming with stereo sound, SAP for receiving a second audio track in another language. Meanwhile, SRS WOW combines 3D Sound (simulated surround sound from any stereo audio) with TruBass (yet another low-frequency enhancement) and Focus (which clarifies voices). The StableSound volume leveler eliminates drastic volume spikes while changing channels or when channels go to a commercial break.

What's in the Box
52-inch 52HM84 HD-ready rear-projection DLP TV, 4-item illuminated universal remote with DVD control, warranty, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 52-inch 16:9 HD-ready rear-projection DLP TV with native 720p resolution; 53.1 x 31.8 x 15.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction helps eliminate dot crawl and color bleed
  • Cinema Mode 3:2 pulldown corrects frame rate for distortion-free movie viewing; CableClear DNR+ digital noise reduction for cleaner pictures from analog sources
  • 6 A/V jacks, including dual ColorStream HD high-resolution component video inputs and HDMI input
  • 20-watt-per-channel stereo speakers with support for MTS, SAP with dbk, SRS WOW, and StableSound volume leveler

2. Toshiba 62HM84 62" HDTV-Ready Projection DLP TV
list price: $3,999.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002KQR3W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 3153
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba takes DLP technology into the future with the 62-inch TheaterWide 62HM84 HD-ready rear-projection TV. The 16:9 62HM84 uses a proprietary system called TALEN (Toshiba Advanced Light Engine); based on Texas Instruments' HD2+ DLP chip, it enhances brightness and contrast while keeping the 1,280 x 720-pixel progressive resolution (720p). Toshiba's TheaterWide TVs challenge direct-view CRT models when it comes to reproducing deep blacks and details in dark or shadowy scenes.

What is DLP?
The DLP processor DLP, or Digital Light Processing, is a technology that bounces a colored light beam across an array of hundreds of thousands of hinge-mounted microscopic mirrors attached to a single chip, called a "micro mirror device" (below, pictured with the head of a pin).
DLP mirrors dwarfed by the head of a pin
Each of the mirrors can be pointed toward or away from the light source thousands of times per second, providing not only minute color detail but also sharper resolution than even LCD displays.
Detail of resolution comparison between LCD and DLP
This set is HDTV-ready (it needs an optional hi-def receiver to get HD signals), but can improve standard-definition video thanks to Toshiba's multi-step PixelPure video processing system, which optimizes the three main picture quality factors: resolution, contrast, and color. All incoming signals are upconverted by the built-in "scaler" to match the DLP chip's native 720p resolution.

PixelPure encompasses 8 different processing circuits. Among its components are: 6.2 million-pixel oversampling (for higher perceived resolution), real-speed progressive scanning (which uses additional sampling points to create smoother diagonal lines), a Magic Square algorithm (for smooth, natural color gradation), Dynamic Contrast Enhancer (for higher perceived contrast and increased color saturation), and Color Detail Enhancer (to maintain fine image detail in color-saturated areas).

DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology uses an optical semiconductor, known as the Digital Micromirror Device, or DMD chip, to digitally manipulate light. The chip contains a rectangular array of up to 1.3 million microscopic mirrors, each of which measures less than one-fifth the width of a human hair. A DMD panel's micromirrors are mounted on tiny hinges that enable them to tilt either toward the light source (on) or away from it (off)--creating a light or dark pixel on the projection surface. The bit-streamed image code entering the semiconductor directs each mirror to switch on and off up to several thousand times per second, such that the mirrors can reflect pixels in up to 1,024 shades of gray.

The HD2+ DLP chip ensures an ultra-clean image by filling in the dimples, or vias, in the mirrors to avoid stray light. It increases both brightness and contrast, resulting in an impressive color-corrected contrast ratio (2,200:1) at 1,100 ANSI Lumens. The set's TheaterFine HD Super Fine Pitch screen reduces the physical space between the lines on the lenticular screen, resulting in a finer, sharper, more detailed picture.

Toshiba's DFine Hi-Speed VSM (velocity scan modulation) improves contrast and overall picture sharpness, while the CableClear DNR+ digital noise reduction optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable, further eliminating video noise ("snow") for a clean, crisp image. Cinema Mode circuitry (3:2 pulldown switch) identifies original film-based content from DVDs, then reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce the original 24-frame-per-second material.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction helps eliminate dot crawl and color bleed and significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricately detailed scenes. Color temperature controls allow you to adjust white balance. The "Warm" setting reduces the color temperature to an NTSC standard 6,500 degrees Kelvin and delivers a redder image that is ideal for display in a dimly lit room. "Medium" and "Cool" provide a progressively bluer image for the best picture as room light levels are increased.

The 62HM84 has plenty of inputs for connecting all your audio and video components. In back you'll find two RF, two composite video, two S-video, and two HD ColorStream component video, as well as an HDMI digital input. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface that supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus 8-channel digital audio--all on a single cable. A set of front composite and S-video inputs make hooking up a game console or camcorder a snap.

Other features include HD Window dual-tuner POP (picture-on-picture) with PIP sound for listening to two programs simultaneously, the new Radiance DC Lamp with high brightness and lower power modes for extended life, individual audio/video settings by input type, sleep and wake timers, Real Speed progressive scanning to create smoother diagonal lines, Color Transient Improver for sharp transitions on color changes without bleeding, and Color Detail Enhancer to maintain fine image detail in color saturated areas.

Aside from the 20-watts-per-channel stereo speaker system, the 62HM84 uses MTS for programming with stereo sound, SAP for receiving a second audio track in another language. Meanwhile, SRS WOW combines 3D Sound (simulated surround sound from any stereo audio) with TruBass (yet another low-frequency enhancement) and Focus (which clarifies voices). The StableSound volume leveler eliminates drastic volume spikes while changing channels or when channels go to a commercial break.

What's in the Box
62-inch 62HM84 HD-ready rear-projection DLP TV, 4-item illuminated universal remote with DVD control, warranty, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 62-inch 16:9 HD-ready rear-projection DLP TV with native 720p resolution; 67.1 x 40.9 x 18.2 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction helps eliminate dot crawl and color bleed
  • Cinema Mode 3:2 pulldown corrects frame rate for distortion-free movie viewing; CableClear DNR+ digital noise reduction for cleaner pictures from analog sources
  • 6 A/V jacks, including dual ColorStream HD high-resolution component video inputs and HDMI input
  • 20-watt-per-channel stereo speakers with support for MTS, SAP with dbk, SRS WOW, and StableSound volume leveler

3. Toshiba 57H84 57" HD-Ready Rear-Projection TV with HDMI Input
list price: $2,099.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001YI9XA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 3923
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's 57H84 HDTV-ready projection TV is well equipped to make the most of your high-end digital and analog source components. The 57-inch set is as loaded with image technologies as it is with connections and conveniences, thereby simplifying your home-theater experience while also enriching it.

The 57H84's exclusive PowerFocus HD lens system was designed specifically for HDTV programming. Most lens systems cannot faithfully reproduce a high-definition signal. PowerFocus HD uses six elements and a quality color-correction system to produce an image that is up to 65 percent sharper than an image produced by standard lens systems. The PowerFocus HD's higher beam current and finer beam spot provide a 30 percent increase in sharpness and a 10 percent increase in brightness over standard CRTs. Toshiba's four-element PowerFocus HC lenses offer 50 percent higher contrast than comparable 5-element lenses, giving you clear, deep, three-dimensional images.

The set's TheaterFine HD super fine-pitch screen uses a .52 mm design to reduce the space between lines on the lenticular screen, which sharpens the image. And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry--selectable by input--optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

Meanwhile, DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction processes RF and composite-video signals for a sharp, clean picture. This advanced filter significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricate scenes. The TouchFocus digital convergence system (which creates perfect corner-to-corner focus at the press of a button) and AccuFocus 56-point manual convergence system let you choose the best calibration method for your system.

The 57H84 is loaded with connections of all stripes, including a HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) HDTV input, which gives you a pure, uncompressed video connection with your DTV receiver or set-top box (not included). HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multichannel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

For audio, the 57H84 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D (which creates a wide three-dimensional sound field), TruBass (which boosts bass frequency perception for dramatic low-frequency effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to greatly enhance your home-theater sound.

The set's split-cabinet design allows the cabinet to be divided for ease of delivery and installation.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet (which splits into 2 sections with lifting handles for easy delivery and installation), remote control, batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 57-inch widescreen (16:9 aspect-ratio) HD-compatible projection television featuring CrystalScan HDSC upconversion to 1080i/540p
  • HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) HDTV input provides a pure, uncompressed video connection with DTV receiver or set-top box
  • PowerFocus HD CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness; PowerFocus HC lenses offer 50 percent higher contrast than other lens systems
  • 3D Y/C digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction accurately processes RF and composite-video (DVD, VCR, camcorder) signals
  • DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars So far so great!
I've had this TV for about 2 weeks now and it's been great. Great picture with DVDs and HDTV. If you don't plan on using this primarily for DVDs or HD, then you won't be as impressed with the picture. It really does depend on the source and the connections you use. My neighbor sells home theater equipment for a living, he recommended this TV for it's picture, and so far I agree with him. The delivery from amazon was quick(about a week), the delivery company was very helpful and curtious. So far an all around excellent experience.

My neighbor had a better deal on this TV but with the Shipping and Tax it would have cost more.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great picture
This tv has the best picture of any we looked at. It beats Hitachi and Sony hands down. ... Read more


4. Toshiba 65H84 65" HD-Ready Rear-Projection TV with HDMI Input
list price: $2,399.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001YI9ZS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 9470
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

A huge picture and beautiful styling are important, but equally so are the refinements within the set that you only see when you experience its incredible picture. Toshiba's 65-inch widescreen, HDTV-ready 65H84 is a projection television that's well equipped to make the most of your high-end digital and analog source components.

The 65H84's exclusive PowerFocus HD lens system was designed specifically for HDTV programming. Most lens systems cannot faithfully reproduce a high-definition signal. PowerFocus HD uses six elements and a quality color-correction system to produce an image that is up to 65 percent sharper than an image produced by standard lens systems. The PowerFocus HD's higher beam current and finer beam spot provide a 30 percent increase in sharpness and a 10 percent increase in brightness over standard CRTs. Toshiba's four-element PowerFocus HC lenses offer 50 percent higher contrast than comparable 5-element lenses, giving you clear, deep, three-dimensional images.

The set's TheaterFine HD super fine-pitch screen uses a .52 mm design to reduce the space between lines on the lenticular screen, thereby sharpening the image. And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry--selectable by input--optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

Meanwhile, DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction processes RF and composite-video signals for a sharp, clean picture. This advanced filter significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricate scenes. The TouchFocus digital convergence system (which creates perfect corner-to-corner focus at the press of a button) and AccuFocus 56-point manual convergence system let you choose the best calibration method for your system.

The 65H84 is loaded with connections of all stripes, including a HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) HDTV input, which gives you a pure, uncompressed video connection with your DTV receiver or set-top box (not included). HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

For audio, the 65H84 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D (which creates a wide three-dimensional sound field), TruBass (which boosts bass frequency perception for dramatic low-frequency effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to greatly enhance your home-theater sound.

The set's split-cabinet design allows the cabinet to be divided for ease of delivery and installation.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet (which splits into 2 sections with lifting handles for easy delivery and installation), remote control, batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 65-inch widescreen (16:9 aspect-ratio) HD-compatible projection television featuring CrystalScan HDSC upconversion to 1080i/540p
  • HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) HDTV input provides a pure, uncompressed video connection with DTV receiver or set-top box
  • PowerFocus HD CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness; PowerFocus HC lenses offer 50 percent higher contrast than other lens systems
  • 3D Y/C digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction accurately processes RF and composite-video (DVD, VCR, camcorder) signals
  • DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges

5. Toshiba TDP-S20U DLP Video Projector

our price: $1,011.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00028LDPQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 18449
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • 0.55-inch DMD DLP display technology
  • 800 x 600 SVGA native resolution
  • 1,400 ANSI lumens of brightness
  • Crisp 2,000:1 contrast ratio
  • PC and Mac compatible; 2-year warranty

6. Toshiba 51H84 51" HD-Ready Rear-Projection TV with HDMI Input
list price: $1,899.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001YI90S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 8199
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Big-screen high-definition television just got better-looking and more affordable. Toshiba's 51-inch widescreen, HD-ready 51H84 uses a host of Toshiba-exclusive technologies to make the most of your high-end digital and analog source components.

The 51H84's exclusive PowerFocus HD lens system was designed specifically for HDTV programming. Most lens systems cannot faithfully reproduce a high-definition signal. PowerFocus HD uses six elements and a quality color-correction system to produce an image that is up to 65 percent sharper than an image produced by standard lens systems. The PowerFocus HD's higher beam current and finer beam spot provide a 30 percent increase in sharpness and a 10 percent increase in brightness over standard CRTs. Toshiba's four-element PowerFocus HC lenses offer 50 percent higher contrast than comparable 5-element lenses, giving you clear, deep, three-dimensional images.

The set's TheaterFine HD super fine-pitch screen uses a .52 mm design to reduce the space between lines on the lenticular screen, thereby sharpening the image. And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry--selectable by input--optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

Meanwhile, DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction processes RF and composite-video signals for a sharp, clean picture. This advanced filter significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricate scenes. The TouchFocus digital convergence system (which creates perfect corner-to-corner focus at the press of a button) and AccuFocus 56-point manual convergence system let you choose the best calibration method for your system.

The 51H84 is loaded with connections of all stripes, including a HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) HDTV input, which gives you a pure, uncompressed video connection with your DTV receiver or set-top box (not included). HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

For audio, the 51H84 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D (which creates a wide three-dimensional sound field), TruBass (which boosts bass frequency perception for dramatic low-frequency effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to greatly enhance your home-theater sound.

The set's cabinet offers lifting handles for ease of delivery and installation.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet, remote control, batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 51-inch widescreen (16:9 aspect ratio) HD-compatible projection television featuring CrystalScan HDSC upconversion to 1080i/540p
  • HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) HDTV input provides a pure, uncompressed video connection with DTV receiver or set-top box
  • PowerFocus HD CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness; PowerFocus HC lenses offer 50 percent higher contrast than other lens systems
  • 3D Y/C digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction accurately processes RF and composite-video (DVD, VCR, camcorder) signals
  • DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges

7. Toshiba 46HM84 46" TheaterWide HD-Ready Rear-Projection DLP TV
list price: $2,999.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002KQR9Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 3596
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba takes DLP technology into the future with its 46-inch TheaterWide 46HM84 HD-ready rear-projection TV. The 16:9 46HM84 uses a proprietary system called TALEN (Toshiba Advanced Light Engine); based on Texas Instruments' HD2+ DLP chip, it enhances brightness and contrast while keeping the 1,280 x 720-pixel progressive resolution (720p). Toshiba's TheaterWide TVs challenge direct-view CRT models when it comes to reproducing deep blacks and details in dark or shadowy scenes.

What is DLP?
The DLP processor DLP, or Digital Light Processing, is a technology that bounces a colored light beam across an array of hundreds of thousands of hinge-mounted microscopic mirrors attached to a single chip, called a "micro mirror device" (below, pictured with the head of a pin).
DLP mirrors dwarfed by the head of a pin
Each of the mirrors can be pointed toward or away from the light source thousands of times per second, providing not only minute color detail but also sharper resolution than even LCD displays.
Detail of resolution comparison between LCD and DLP
This set is HDTV-ready (it needs an optional hi-def receiver to get HD signals), but can improve standard-definition video thanks to Toshiba's multi-step PixelPure video processing system, which optimizes the three main picture quality factors: resolution, contrast, and color. All incoming signals are upconverted by the built-in "scaler" to match the DLP chip's native 720p resolution.

PixelPure encompasses 8 different processing circuits. Among its components are: 6.2 million-pixel oversampling (for higher perceived resolution), real-speed progressive scanning (which uses additional sampling points to create smoother diagonal lines), a Magic Square algorithm (for smooth, natural color gradation), Dynamic Contrast Enhancer (for higher perceived contrast and increased color saturation), and Color Detail Enhancer (to maintain fine image detail in color-saturated areas).

DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology uses an optical semiconductor, known as the Digital Micromirror Device, or DMD chip, to digitally manipulate light. The chip contains a rectangular array of up to 1.3 million microscopic mirrors, each of which measures less than one-fifth the width of a human hair. A DMD panel's micromirrors are mounted on tiny hinges that enable them to tilt either toward the light source (on) or away from it (off)--creating a light or dark pixel on the projection surface. The bit-streamed image code entering the semiconductor directs each mirror to switch on and off up to several thousand times per second, such that the mirrors can reflect pixels in up to 1,024 shades of gray.

The HD2+ DLP chip ensures an ultra-clean image by filling in the dimples, or vias, in the mirrors to avoid stray light. It increases both brightness and contrast, resulting in an impressive color-corrected contrast ratio (2,200:1) at 1,100 ANSI Lumens. The set's TheaterFine HD Super Fine Pitch screen reduces the physical space between the lines on the lenticular screen, resulting in a finer, sharper, more detailed picture.

Toshiba's DFine Hi-Speed VSM (velocity scan modulation) improves contrast and overall picture sharpness, while the CableClear DNR+ digital noise reduction optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable, further eliminating video noise ("snow") for a clean, crisp image. Cinema Mode circuitry (3:2 pulldown switch) identifies original film-based content from DVDs, then reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce the original 24-frame-per-second material.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction helps eliminate dot crawl and color bleed and significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricately detailed scenes. Color temperature controls allow you to adjust white balance. The "Warm" setting reduces the color temperature to an NTSC standard 6,500 degrees Kelvin and delivers a redder image that is ideal for display in a dimly lit room. "Medium" and "Cool" provide a progressively bluer image for the best picture as room light levels are increased.

The 46HM84 has plenty of inputs for connecting all your audio and video components. In back you'll find two RF, two composite video, two S-video, and two HD ColorStream component video, as well as an HDMI digital input. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface that supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus 8-channel digital audio--all on a single cable. A set of front composite and S-video inputs make hooking up a game console or camcorder a snap.

Other features include HD Window dual-tuner POP (picture-on-picture) with PIP sound for listening to two programs simultaneously, the new Radiance DC lamp with high brightness and lower power modes for extended life, individual audio/video settings by input type, sleep and wake timers, Real Speed progressive scanning to create smoother diagonal lines, Color Transient Improver for sharp transitions on color changes without bleeding, and Color Detail Enhancer to maintain fine image detail in color saturated areas.

Aside from the 20-watts-per-channel stereo speaker system, the 46HM84 uses MTS for programming with stereo sound, SAP for receiving a second audio track in another language. Meanwhile, SRS WOW combines 3D Sound (simulated surround sound from any stereo audio) with TruBass (yet another low-frequency enhancement) and Focus (which clarifies voices). The StableSound volume leveler eliminates drastic volume spikes while changing channels or when channels go to a commercial break.

What's in the Box
46-inch 46HM84 HD-ready rear-projection DLP TV, 4-item illuminated universal remote with DVD control, warranty, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 46-inch 16:9 HD-ready rear-projection DLP TV with native 720p resolution; 53.1 x 31.8 x 15.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction helps eliminate dot crawl and color bleed
  • Cinema Mode 3:2 pulldown corrects frame rate for distortion-free movie viewing; CableClear DNR+ digital noise reduction for cleaner pictures from analog sources
  • 6 A/V jacks, including dual ColorStream HD high-resolution component video inputs and HDMI input
  • 20-watt-per-channel stereo speakers with support for MTS, SAP with dbk, SRS WOW, and StableSound volume leveler

8. Toshiba 46H84 46" Projection HD-Ready TV
list price: $1,599.99
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Asin: B0001YI7ZK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 7068
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Amazon.com Product Description

The picture size and image quality you've always dreamed of is here. Toshiba's 46H84 widescreen projection television will make your favorite films and TV programs jump to life. Just hook up a DVD player, digital TV set-top box, digital satellite system, a cable television box--you name it. Heading the set's great features is CrystalScan HDSC, which converts all 480i and 480p signals (as from progressive-scan DVD players and DTV set-top boxes) to high-definition 1080i. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smooth, natural image. Selectable 540p, for those who want to maintain a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is an option in the on-screen menu.

A stellar 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction provides accurate processing of RF and composite-video signals for a sharp, clean picture. This high-end filter significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flickering, in complex or intricately detailed scenes.

The set's HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) input allows a direct digital connection with a DTV set-top box or receiver. HDMI is a lossless, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface to link any audio/video source (such as a set-top box, DVD player, or AV receiver) with your TV or monitor. HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves contrast and overall picture sharpness by changing the speed of the electron beam as it transitions between bright and dark areas of the picture. Further, the TouchFocus automatic digital convergence system creates perfect corner-to-corner focus at the press of a button. (Manual override adjustments are available.)

For audio, the 46H84 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D (which creates a wide, three-dimensional sound field), TruBass (which boosts bass-frequency perception for more dramatic low-frequency effects), and Focus (which raises the sound image vertically to create clearer voices)--enhancing sound quality through the set's own two speakers (which are powered by five watts per channel).

Built-in lifting handles greatly simplify positioning and, if necessary, repositioning.

What's in the Box
TV, illuminated universal remote control, remote batteries, user's manual, QuickConnect guide, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 46-inch widescreen HD-compatible projection television with direct-digital HDMI input
  • CrystalScan HDSC converts all 480i and 480p signals (from progressive-scan DVD players and DTV set-top boxes) to high-definition 1080i
  • 3D Y/C digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction accurately processes RF (broadcast, VCR) and composite-video (DVD, VCR) signals
  • PowerFocus HD2 CRTs offer 10 percent more brightness and 25 percent better sharpness than standard CRTs
  • TouchFocus auto digital convergence simplifies setup and calibration

9. Toshiba TDP-SW20U DLP Video Projector with Wireless Networking

our price: $1,099.99
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Asin: B00028LXV0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 12637
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Features

  • 0.55-inch DMD DLP display technology
  • Integrated 802.11b wireless connectivity
  • 800 x 600 SVGA native resolution
  • 1,400 ANSI lumens of brightness, 2,000:1 contrast ratio
  • PC and Mac compatible; 2-year warranty

10. Toshiba 57H94 57" HD-Integrated Projection TV
list price: $2,599.99
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Asin: B0001YI9YY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 10792
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's 57H94 TheaterWide series CRT-based projection television is a cutting-edge component to carry you into the world of high-definition TV. The 57-inch set displays high-definition signals, improves standard-definition sources, and receives high-definition broadcasts--you don't need an external DTV set-top box to view true 1080i programming. The set delivers stunning images from home-theater components, too, including progressive-scan DVD players, DVRs, satellite receivers, and camcorders.

Toshiba's Seine Processor provides the processing power necessary to deliver Toshiba's unique quality picture and feature set. The TV offers a 16:9 widescreen dimension, two DTVLink-enabled IEEE 1394 digital-video outputs, and an HDMI input for direct-digital connection with other high-definition sources. Its ATSC tuner pulls HD signals right out of the airwaves, and its QAM tuner is fully compatible with unscrambled HDTV cable reception. A standard analog NTSC tuner receives standard-definition (SD) programming.

The 57H94's authorized CableCARD ability means the set will also receive digital cable television systems services directly from the cable operator without requiring a bulky, external cable box. You can fed the set custom programming, too: the front panel features an OmniViewer multicard flash-memory slot with a built-in JPEG photo viewer so you enjoy digital photos right off just about any type of flash-memory card (SD, SM, MS, CF, and MM).

DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

The set also offers TV Guide On Screen (an interactive program guide for simple, user-friendly channel navigation), PowerFocus HD CRTs, a PowerFocus HC lens system, a MegaBand super-wideband video amplifier, anti-glare TheaterShield protection, TouchFocus auto digital convergence, and AccuFocus 56-point manual convergence option.

For audio, the 57H94 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D, TruBass (which boosts low-frequency perception for dramatic bass effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to enhance your home-theater sound. An optical digital-audio output feeds Dolby Digital surround signals to compatible AV receivers and speaker systems.

The set's TheaterNet Icon IR control system takes TheaterLink IR passthrough capability to new heights through the use of onscreen icons and virtual control bars to operate source devices such as a VCRs or DVD players--even if those components are hidden from view.

The set uses a split-cabinet design with built-in lifting handles to make shipping and positioning a lot less daunting. A 6-item illuminated A/V remote control comes equipped to handle DVD players and audio devices.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet, remote control, batteries, IR dongle (for use with set's TheaterLink IR capability), a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 57-inch widescreen projection HDTV with integrated DTV receiver
  • HDMI high-definition digital input; 2 DTVLink (IEEE 1394) video outputs
  • CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD; PowerFocus HD II CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness
  • OmniViewer multicard slot with JPEG viewer lets you enjoy digital photos from your flash-memory cards
  • CableCARD compatibility eliminates the need for a separate box for digital cable reception

11. TOSHIBA ST4684 Stand for Toshiba 46HM84 46 Inch Rear Projection DLP TV

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Asin: B00031PF38
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 8661
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12. TOSHIBA TDP-S9 DLP Portable SVGA Projector

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Asin: B0007YPOBO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 20022
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Product Description

Why settle for less when the S9 offers you great value for money all in one box.At 1500 ANSI Lumens and with an incredible 2000: 1 contrast ratio, the DLP powered S9 ensures that images are bright and vibrant. Also featured on this model is TrueVision, an integrated video scalar and de-Interlacer, guaranteeing breathtaking moving images that are both crisp and clear.Being compact and lightweight you can take the S9 wherever your audience demands, and its auto image set up and intuitive icon driven on screen menus make it very easy to operate.Completely versatile the S9 is also ceiling mountable and rear projection compatible and boasts a low cost of ownership with up to 3000-hour lamp life.Whether you are within the education sector, SMB market, or even a dedicated gamer you will be impressed by the S9. ... Read more

Features

  • Internal 2.0 watt monaural speaker
  • Reproduces 16.7 million colors
  • 2000 - 1 contrast ratio
  • Projects on screens between 30-275
  • 1.2x manual zoom and manual focus

13. Toshiba 57H93 57" Integrated HDTV Projection TV
list price: $2,699.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000093URQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 31222
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's 57H93 integrated projection HDTV improves standard-definition sources, displays high-definition signals, and even receives high-definition broadcasts--it requires no external DTV set-top box in order for you to view true 1080i programming. The set delivers stunning images from home-theater components, too, including progressive-scan DVD players, DVRs, satellite receivers, and camcorders.

The included Gemstar interactive program guide shows program data on both digital and analog channels, from both terrestrial and cable sources. It can even control external recording devices for one-touch recording. You can feed the set custom programming, too: the front panel features a multicard flash-memory slot with a built-in JPEG photo viewer so you enjoy digital photos right off your Secure Digital and SmartMedia flash cards.

The set's TruView feature combines several enhancements (black level expansion, fine white, flesh tone correction, and color detail enhancer) to automatically display accurate picture and color details. Also automated, HD Dynamic Contrast continually analyzes picture information and sharpens and deepens those parts of the picture with the most detailed information.

And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

Meanwhile, DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction processes RF and composite-video signals, reducing detail noise (seen as shimmering or flicker) in complex scenes. TouchFocus digital convergence creates perfect corner-to-corner focus at the press of a button, and Cinema Mode (3:2 pulldown) circuitry identifies film-based content from DVDs and reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce a movie's original 24-frame rate. This eliminates artifacts and leaves you with sharp, accurate full-frame progressive images.

The 57H93 is loaded with connections of all stripes, including a DVI HDTV input--handy if you're using it in conjunction with an existing DTV set-top box. Dual ColorStream component-video inputs accommodate compatible high-resolution devices, while standard composite-, S-video, and RF inputs handle everything else you might want to connect.

For audio, the 20-watts-per-channel 57H93 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D, TruBass (which boosts low-frequency perception for dramatic bass effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to enhance your home-theater sound. An optical digital-audio output feeds Dolby Digital surround signals to compatible AV receivers and speaker systems, StableSound maintains television volume within a preset range regardless of the source signal, and Toshiba's Sub Bass System (SBS) boosts a program's low-end audio for additional dramatic impact.

The set's TheaterNet Icon IR control system takes TheaterLink IR passthrough capability to new heights through the use of onscreen icons and virtual control bars to operate source devices such as a VCRs or DVD players--even if those components are hidden from view.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet, remote control, batteries, IR dongle (for use with set's TheaterLink IR capability), user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 57-inch widescreen projection HDTV with integrated DTV receiver; 52.75 x 55.75 x 24 inches (W x H x D)
  • CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD; PowerFocus HD II CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness
  • Multicard slot with JPEG viewer lets you enjoy digital photos from your Secure Digital and SmartMedia flash cards
  • HD Window dual-tuner POP (picture-outside-picture), PIP audio, direct video input selection, center-channel input
  • HD Dynamic Contrast analyzes picture information to sharpen and deepen those parts with the most detailed information

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars HDTVDude
This TV rocks. Packaged with lots of features and connectivity options and HDTV built in tuner. Picture quality is very good. No wonder Toshiba is better than Sony in Projection TV's (I own both). Wouldn't want to talk about all the features as those can be read by anyone in product features in many websites. A must buy. This Theaterwide series form Toshiba is real power packed in features. Sound quality and picture settings are very easy and crisp. The Auto TV guide one touch recording is fantastic. I was more interested in the IEEE and HDI connectivity. There is also SmartMdiaCard reader to watch pics out of the digicam. I bought indoor HDTV antenna from Jensen and it works great. Digital local channels off the air are free and you can watch HDTV prime time programs without any other cost (I am watching Fox, ABC and NBC digital ones). Sound output fascinates with 40W speakers and SRS Wow.There is another line from Toshiba known as Cinema Series. That looks little refined than this TheatreWide one but then if you plan to spend that much, you might as well buy an LCD or DLP projection TV. ... Read more


14. Toshiba TDP-T90U Conference Room Video Projector
list price: $2,532.00
our price: $1,923.99
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Asin: B0002D4ERA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 11948
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Features

  • 0.7-inch DMD DLP technology, ideal for conference rooms
  • 1,024 x 768 native resolution
  • 2,000 ANSI lumens, high 2,000:1 contrast ratio
  • Analog RGB and video signal inputs, including HDTV
  • Integrated monaural speaker; remote control

15. Toshiba 51H94 51" Projection HDTV with Integrated DTV Receiver
list price: $2,299.99
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Asin: B0001YI9Y4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 48381
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's 51H94 TheaterWide Series CRT-based projection television is a cutting-edge component to carry you into the world of high-definition TV. The 51-inch set displays high-definition signals, improves standard-definition sources, and receives high-definition broadcasts--you don't need an external DTV set-top box to view true 1080i programming. The set delivers stunning images from home-theater components, too, including progressive-scan DVD players, DVRs, satellite receivers, and camcorders.

Toshiba's Seine Processor provides the processing power necessary to deliver Toshiba's unique quality picture and feature set. The TV offers a 16:9 widescreen dimension, two DTVLink-enabled IEEE 1394 digital-video outputs, and an HDMI input for direct-digital connection with other high-definition sources. Its ATSC tuner pulls HD signals right out of the airwaves, and its QAM tuner is fully compatible with unscrambled HDTV cable reception. A standard analog NTSC tuner receives standard-definition (SD) programming.

The 51H94's authorized CableCARD ability means the set will also receive digital cable television systems services directly from the cable operator without requiring a bulky, external cable box. You can fed the set custom programming, too: the front panel features an OmniViewer multi-card flash-memory slot with a built-in JPEG photo viewer so you enjoy digital photos right off just about any type of flash-memory card (SD, SM, MS, CF, and MM).

DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

The set also offers TV Guide On Screen (an interactive program guide for simple, user-friendly channel navigation), PowerFocus HD CRTs, a PowerFocus HC lens system, a MegaBand super-wideband video amplifier, anti-glare TheaterShield protection, TouchFocus auto digital convergence, and AccuFocus 56-point manual convergence option.

For audio, the 51H94 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D, TruBass (which boosts low-frequency perception for dramatic bass effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to enhance your home-theater sound. An optical digital-audio output feeds Dolby Digital surround signals to compatible AV receivers and speaker systems.

The set's TheaterNet Icon IR control system takes TheaterLink IR passthrough capability to new heights through the use of onscreen icons and virtual control bars to operate source devices such as a VCRs or DVD players--even if those components are hidden from view.

The set offers built-in lifting handles to make positioning and, if necessary, repositioning, a lot less easier. A 6-item illuminated A/V remote control comes equipped to handle DVD players and audio devices.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet, remote control, batteries, IR dongle (for use with set's TheaterLink IR capability), a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 51-inch widescreen projection HDTV with integrated DTV receiver
  • HDMI high-definition digital input; 2 DTVLink (IEEE 1394) video outputs
  • CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD; PowerFocus HD II CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness
  • OmniViewer multicard slot with JPEG viewer lets you enjoy digital photos from your flash-memory cards
  • CableCARD compatibility eliminates the need for a separate box for digital cable reception

16. Toshiba TLP-ET1 Home Theater Front Projector

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Asin: B0000VMIOA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 8362
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for families who don't have space for a dedicated home theater but still want high-quality entertainment, Toshiba's all-in-one, standalone TLP-ET1 front projector is highly portable and easy to set up. Capable of operating in TheaterWide, movie, and game modes, the ET1 offers great viewing flexibility while producing a native 16:9 format for true widescreen renderings of your favorite movies. The projector features an input capability of 480i, 576i/p, 720p, and 1080i.

Weighing just 7.6 pounds, this TLP-ET1 features built-in high-performance stereo speakers with 5 watts per channel and even simulated surround sound to create a sense of spaciousness around your presentations.

With just over an 8-foot throw distance for a 100-inch diagonal image, there's no need for the large dedicated room often associated with home theater projectors--the ET1 is ideal for smaller rooms. The ET1 combines high-quality Toshiba video circuitry with the latest Faroudja DCDi 12200 scaling chip for clean, sharp, and natural images.

User adjustments include manual focus, digital keystone correction, simulated surround sound, and more. The projector also features a full complement of A/V inputs for home-theater connectivity, including ColorStream component-video, RGB, composite-video, and S-video. ... Read more

Features

  • 16:9 widescreen display with 858 x 484 native resolution; image scaling accommodates 720p and 1080i HDTV signals
  • 3 x .54-inch LCD panels
  • Faroudja DCDi video scaler for smooth, natural-looking pictures
  • Built-in stereo speakers with 5 watts per channel
  • 600:1 contrast ratio for deep, vivid blacks; graphical user interface

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Toshiba TLP-ET1
I've been using the Toshiba TLP-ET1 for about 3 months and love it. It is LCD, 480x858 pixels ( 1-to-1 mapping of DVD video ). The color is fantastic and the 700 lumens is very good for home theatre with an 80" screen. I keep my room dark and use the low power setting. The only negative point that I can see is that screen door effect is still slightly visible at 1 1/2 x screen width but my best seating is at 2x anyway. Contrast ratio - black level is respectable and this is coming for someone that has been using (still uses) a 36" Sony XBR television which has outstanding black levels. There are no visible artifacts of any kind and the internal DCDi processor even makes 480i signals look great (ie standard broadcast). The internal sound system is a bit of a joke and may make some people over look this other wise great projector. Because of the short lens throw, I am uable to use this on a coffee table in what is otherwise a rarely used formal living room. The screen gets put away for other entertaining and the PJ looks good enough to stay on the table. I put my DVD player (Denon 710) on the same table to minimize the Video cable length and run the digital audio to my Denon 3803 receiver by a single long coax cable.

It has excellent features and is very easy to use.

For the previous reviewer; I've been quoted $400(cnd) or a new bulb from my dealer so it should be $300(us) or less.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Image and easy to use
After almost buying a HD wide screen TV that weighs 200 pounds and costs twice as much, I decided for now to go the projector route, and so far I'm not dissapointed.

I use a nice 5-foot "da-lite" screen to get a 16:9 image with the projector only about 6 feet away. Picture quality seems to be very good to me, much better than computer-centric projectors I tried in the past. The menus and setup are very easy to understand, and the little remote has dedicated buttons for the most used functions like picture size.

Drawbacks with a projector are you need a dark room, about 5 minutes setup time if you are not permantly installing it, and a new set of 4-meter long video cables; but that outweighs the benefits in my case of living in a small apartment and putting it all out of site in 5 minutes when I am not using it.

So far I have used it with my progressive scan DVD player, and my Xbox system, all using component cables and really enjoying the picture quality.

One comment is that since this model is so new - even Toshiba themselves do not know how much the replacement lamp (2000 hours) will cost. I see other lamps on their website for $500 so I wonder how much it will be for this.....

But in summary, for my situation it does exactly what I wanted it to do, and the price was right. ... Read more


17. Toshiba 57H83 57" HDTV-Ready TheaterWide Projection TV
list price: $2,699.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000093URP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 17070
Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Blazing forth with its huge screen, high style, and bountiful high-tech features, Toshiba's 57H83 TheaterWide HDTV projection monitor is set to render vivid, smooth, and detailed video signals from DVD players, digital TV set-top boxes, digital satellite systems, cable television boxes--you name it. The set's TruView feature combines several enhancements (Black Level Expansion, Fine White, Flesh Tone Correction, and Color Detail Enhancer) to automatically display accurate picture and color details. Also automated, HD Dynamic Contrast continually analyzes picture information and sharpens and deepens those parts of the picture with the most detailed information.

The Benefits of HDTV
Standard TVs (SDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the interlaced scan method, which creates a picture with alternating lines of information.
Enhanced-definition TVs (EDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the progressive-scan method, which creates an image using consecutive lines of information for a crisp, flicker-free picture.
High-definition TVs (HDTVs) display a maximum of either 1,080 interlaced lines or 720 progressively scanned lines for the sharpest possible image.
And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

Meanwhile, DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction processes RF and composite-video signals for a sharp, clean picture. This advanced filter significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricate scenes. The TouchFocus digital convergence system creates perfect corner-to-corner focus at the press of a button. Cinema Mode (3:2 pulldown) circuitry identifies film-based content from DVDs and reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce a movie's original 24-frame rate. This process eliminates artifacts and provides sharp, accurate full-frame progressive images.

Finally, the set's TheaterFine HD super fine-pitch screen uses a .52 mm design to reduce the space between lines on the lenticular screen, thereby sharpening the image. With convenient direct video input selection, you can choose specific inputs right from the remote's numbered keypad--no more scrolling through all the inputs to find the one you want.

The 57H83's arsenal of connections includes a DVI input for an HDTV receiver.
For audio, the 57H83 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D (which creates a wide three-dimensional sound field), TruBass (which boosts bass frequency perception for dramatic low-frequency effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to greatly enhance home-theater sound. StableSound maintains television volume within a preset range regardless of the source signal, and Toshiba's Sub Bass System (SBS) boosts a program's low-end audio for heightened dramatic impact.

The 57H83 is loaded with connections of all stripes, including a DVI HDTV input, which gives you a pure, uncompressed video connection with your DTV receiver or set-top box (not included). The supplied Illuminated Universal Remote also controls most manufacturers' VCRs and DVD Players, and the set's split cabinet design allows the cabinet to be split in two for ease of delivery and installation.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet (which splits into two sections for easy delivery and installation), remote control, batteries, user's manual, warranty information.

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Features

  • 57-inch widescreen (16:9 aspect-ratio) HD-compatible projection television; 52.75 x 55.75 x 24 inches (W x H x D)
  • Improved PowerFocus HD II CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness
  • 3D Y/C digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction accurately processes RF (broadcast, VCR) and composite-video (DVD, VCR, camcorder) signals
  • HD Window dual-tuner POP (picture outside picture), PIP audio, direct video input selection
  • HD Dynamic Contrast analyzes picture information to sharpen and deepens those parts with the most detailed information

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great TV
I looked at many TV's and read many reviews before buying this TV and think the picture quality of this one is among the best. Another important and uncommon feature of this television is that splits into two pieces for easier moving. These 57" rear projection televisions are huge, and if you ever plan on moving them, this feature is important. It's not always possible to get the T.V.s that don't split into some apartments. I was orginally getting a Sony, but the delivery guys couldn't get it into my apartment.

I've had it for a few weeks and am very satisfied so far.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent TV, Excellent Price, Excellent Shipping
I've only had the TV a few days, but I have to say its spectacular. It worked great right out of the box and has an awesome picture. I was particularly impressed with Amazon and the shipping company. The Amazon price including shipping was over $300 less than Best Buy's best sales price (with tax). I was a little worried about shipping such a beast, but it came on a pallet, they wheeled it right in and it was set up in about 15 minutes flat. FABULOUS SHOPPING EXPERIENCE. 5 STARS.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great TV!
I have had this tv for about 2 weeks. I was leary after reading some people having problems with this model, but I said what the heck and got one anyway. To say this is a great tv would be an understatement. The picture is the best I have seen compared to other models in this price range. My 8 & 12 yr old can run the different features on the remote. (still teaching my wife). I do not regret getting this model one bit.

5-0 out of 5 stars BIG TV, has all the current features, user friendly
This TV is a strong solid performer. It's Consumer Report Magazine's #1 ranked projection TV. It has all the up to date features a HDTV needs ... it has the DVI option for HDTV, has Component Inputs for your DVD player, has S-Video for your satellite or similar, has several standard A/V inputs for your VCR or game system, etc.,. It has everything you need for your basic entertainment system. Additionally the picture quality is one of the best for a projection system. But be weary of that concept, this TV is huge...57", and with this amount of size, the picture quality on "smaller" objects is not going to be super crisp or sharp using even a satellite digital feed. But that holds true on all TVs this big...I think. So for example when watching basketball and you get the half court view the players are not real super sharp ... you can't really see those little details like face features, etc.,. You know it's KOBE but you can't pick up the eyes, etc.,. But for "regular" shows that usually don't have such small images, it's wonderful. Toshiba has made the remote and TV use very easy and user friendly. You can easily access video 1,2,3,4 etc.,. for the various electronic components you have. So all good. BUT ... one drawback was the amount of time it took for delivery from Amazon. It took a month although the initial advertised estimate was 1 to 2 weeks. I notice now, though, it says 1 to 2 days, but I notice it's coming from J&R not Amazon and the shipping jumped like $200 so maybe that isn't an issue now. Bottom Line: An overall high quality, full featured, 57" HDTV.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent price and quality!
I have had this tv for 5 weeks now and have not had a single problem. I too read the negative reviews but i took my chances because i have never had a problem with a toshiba product. I have 2 toshiba laptops, this 57h83 projection tv and a 36" toshiba tube tv, and I can say that I will still buy toshiba products in the future. The HD channels from my cable company are stunning on this tv and i am 100% satisfied with it. For $1500 i couldn't pass this tv up. ... Read more


18. Toshiba 51H93 51" HD Theaterwide Tv
list price: $2,499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000093URO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 16765
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Amazon.com Product Description

Bring plug-and-play convenience to your home theater with Toshiba's 51-inch 51H93 integrated HDTV. The set receives and renders full 1080i off-air high-definition programming, right out of the box. It's also a feature-rich, high-resolution display for the very best home-theater components, including progressive-scan DVD players, DVRs, satellite receivers, and camcorders.

The included Gemstar interactive program guide shows program data on both digital and analog channels, from both terrestrial and cable sources. It can even control external recording devices for one-touch recording. You can feed the set custom programming, too: the front panel features a multicard flash-memory slot with a built-in JPEG photo viewer so you enjoy digital photos right off your Secure Digital and SmartMedia flash cards.

The set's TruView feature combines several enhancements (black level expansion, fine white, flesh tone correction, and color detail enhancer) to automatically display accurate picture and color details. Also automated, HD Dynamic Contrast continually analyzes picture information and sharpens and deepens those parts of the picture with the most detailed information.

And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

Meanwhile, DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction processes RF and composite-video signals, reducing detail noise (seen as shimmering or flicker) in complex scenes. TouchFocus digital convergence creates perfect corner-to-corner focus at the press of a button, and Cinema Mode (3:2 pulldown) circuitry identifies film-based content from DVDs and reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce a movie's original 24-frame rate. This eliminates artifacts and leaves you with sharp, accurate full-frame progressive images.

The 51H93 is loaded with connections of all stripes, including a DVI HDTV input--handy if you're using it in conjunction with an existing DTV set-top box. Dual ColorStream component-video inputs accommodate compatible high-resolution devices, while standard composite-, S-video, and RF inputs handle everything else you might want to connect.

For audio, the 20-watts-per-channel 51H93 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D, TruBass (which boosts low-frequency perception for dramatic bass effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to enhance your home-theater sound. StableSound maintains television volume within a preset range regardless of the source signal, and Toshiba's Sub Bass System (SBS) boosts a program's low-end audio for additional dramatic impact.

The set's TheaterNet Icon IR control system takes TheaterLink IR passthrough capability to new heights through the use of onscreen icons and virtual control bars to operate source devices such as a VCRs or DVD players--even if those components are hidden from view.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet, remote control, batteries, IR dongle (for use with set's TheaterLink IR capability), user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD; PowerFocus HD II CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness
  • Multicard slot with JPEG viewer lets you enjoy digital photos from your Secure Digital and SmartMedia flash cards
  • HD Window dual-tuner POP (picture-outside-picture), PIP audio, direct video input selection, center-channel input
  • HD Dynamic Contrast analyzes picture information to sharpen and deepen those parts with the most detailed information

19. Toshiba ST5284 Stand for Toshiba 52HM84 52" DLP TV

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Asin: B0002TXRFE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 4590
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Amazon.com Product Description

Save indoor space while enhancing the appearance of your Toshiba 52HM84 DLP projection television with Toshiba's dedicated ST5284 TV stand in matching silver. The low-slung shelf stands just over 20 inches high while supporting your widescreen set and providing shelf space for 2 audio/video components, such as a digital video recorder and a DVD player. The high style of your DLP set is reflected in the ST5284's contoured form.

What's in the Box
Stand and written setup instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • Stand made specifically for the Toshiba 52HM84 DLP television
  • Features 1 glass shelf, offers shelf space for 2 audio/video components
  • Matching silver finish
  • Weighs 62 pounds
  • Measures 58.4 x 22 x 14.7 inches (W x H x D)

20. Toshiba 51H83 51" HDTV-Ready TheaterWide Projection TV
list price: $1,899.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000093URN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 18536
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Blazing forth with its huge screen, high style, and bountiful high-tech features, Toshiba's 51H83 TheaterWide HDTV projection monitor is set to render vivid, smooth, and detailed video signals from DVD players, digital TV set-top boxes, digital satellite systems, cable television boxes--you name it. The set's TruView feature combines several enhancements (black level expansion, fine white, flesh tone correction, and color detail enhancer) to automatically display accurate picture and color details. Also automated, HD Dynamic Contrast continually analyzes picture information and sharpens and deepens those parts of the picture with the most detailed information.

And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

Meanwhile, DFine high-speed velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction processes RF and composite-video signals for a sharp, clean picture. This advanced filter significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricate scenes. The TouchFocus digital convergence system creates perfect corner-to-corner focus at the press of a button.

Cinema Mode (3:2 pulldown) circuitry identifies film-based content from DVDs and reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce a movie's original 24-frame rate. This process eliminates artifacts and gives you sharp, accurate full-frame progressive images.

Finally, the set's TheaterFine HD super fine-pitch screen uses a 0.52 mm design to reduce the space between lines on the lenticular screen, thereby sharpening the image. With convenient direct video input selection, you can choose specific inputs right from the remote's numbered keypad--no more scrolling through all the inputs to find the one you want.

The 51H83 is loaded with connections of all stripes, including a DVI HDTV input, which gives you a pure, uncompressed video connection with your DTV receiver or set-top box (not included).

For audio, the 20-watts-per-channel 51H83 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D (which creates a wide three-dimensional sound field), TruBass (which boosts bass frequency perception for dramatic low-frequency effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to greatly enhance your home-theater sound. StableSound maintains television volume within a preset range regardless of the source signal, and Toshiba's Sub Bass System (SBS) boosts a program's low-end audio for heightened dramatic impact.

The supplied illuminated universal remote also controls most manufacturers' VCRs and DVD players.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet, remote control, batteries, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 51-inch widescreen (16:9 aspect ratio) HD-compatible projection television; 49.6 x 50.5 x 22.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD
  • Improved PowerFocus HD II CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness
  • HD Window dual-tuner POP (picture-outside-picture), PIP audio, direct video input selection
  • HD Dynamic Contrast analyzes picture information to sharpen and deepens those parts with the most detailed information

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars The First Reviewer Has the Wrong System in Mind
After reading these two reviews, I felt I had to try to set this record straight: I completely agree with the second reviewer. This is an EXCELLENT TV. I had absolutely no problems setting up or using mine and it came completely assembled. As the second reviewer said, all you do is take it out of the box, plug it in and it fired up. Setup involved answering a few on-screen questions and that was it. I too have been impressed with the quality of the picture and feel that I made a smart buy with this TOSHIBA. I think the first reviewer either was taken by the local Rex store or he has this 51" mixed up with some other model. Nothing he described matched my experience with this TV. Believe the second guy....both of us had basically the same results.

5-0 out of 5 stars Buying It a Second Time
I recently purchased this TV. The picture was awesome while watching regular programming from DirecTV or watching DVDs. The sound was also excellent - the best I've heard from any projection TV without using a Home Theater system. However, I purchased mine as a "factory reconditioned" product which had not been repaired properly and still had a problem when it was shipped to me. I've since returned it to the vendor and am awaiting a credit on my card. Once the credit is received, I plan on purchasing this model once again because it is a great TV. I've compared it to other brands in its price range and also some much higher priced and still prefer this Toshiba. This time, however, I'll purchase through Amazon, brand new, not reconditioned. By the way, the set comes in a big box, which is cut open, removed and then you have a FULLY ASSEMBLED TV which gets plugged in. IT DOES NOT COME IN PIECES. Toshiba is not selling "puzzle piece TVs." The guy who says it comes in pieces is either in need of treatment or has a gripe against Toshiba.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!
We just received this TV from Amazon today. It is incredible!

5-0 out of 5 stars VERY VERY HAPPY
First off I bought this TV off an Amazon merchant for much less then retail. The picture is TREMENDOUS, more so when hooked up through the color stream. the HD broadcast on this TV are breath taking. I would strongly pick this set over any other. My questions is where can I find a DVI cable for this set?

5-0 out of 5 stars Great HD-TV
I must say that I am the happiest of all when it comes to this model. I own many aprtments, and had a tennant move out in the middle of the night and left some nice things that more than compensated me for the rent and the holes in the walls. Among the items was this glorious TV. The only thing missing is the remote. Somewhat hard to program without it, but otherwise a great piece of electronics. Oh, he left behind plenty of DVDs and they look great projected on this model. ... Read more


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