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Toshiba Regza 32RV530U 32" LCD HDTV

Michael Larabel

Published on 12 December 2008
Written by Michael Larabel
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The cost of LCD HDTVs have dropped dramatically in recent times where it's now possible to find a moderately sized HDTV for just a few hundred dollars. With more budget brands now surfacing with their own LCD HDTVs that are even more competitively priced, it can be a bit challenging to find a LCD HDTV that is good and bargain-priced with the selection being so large. One of the LCDs we recently encountered at Phoronix was the Toshiba Regza 32RV530U. This TV is only 32" but it provides full 1080p, multiple HDMI inputs, and will cost you less than some of the other similarly equipped LCD HDTVs on the market.

Features:

- 32" 16:9 1920 x 1080 Display
- 480i, 480p, 720p, & 1080p Capable
- Cinespeed LCD Panel
- NTSC/ATSC/QAM Support
- 4 HDMI Inputs
- Component Video, A/V, S-Video, D-Sub, Inputs
- Analog Audio Out & Dolby Digital Optical Outputs
- DynaLight Backlight Control
- PixelPure 4G 14-Bit Internal Digital Video Processing
- Regza Link

Contents:

The Toshiba Regza was well protected within its heavy cardboard box. In all four corners of the LCD HDTV were large Styrofoam blocks and the TV was encased within a foam bag. The metal base for the 32RV530U is made up of two pieces and it was resting next to the TV. The remote control, manual, batteries, mounting bolts for the stand, a mini Allen Wrench, and a small screen cleaner for this Toshiba LCD HDTV were within a plastic bag. Everything had arrived safely without any damage.


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