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Monday, 18 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Toshiba Regza 40UL605U HDTV Preview
Toshiba's 40UL605U is the smallest in their ultra thin Regza UL605 series of LED backlit LCD televisions.  This forty inch HDTV features 1080p resolution, a Cinespeed LCD panel with an 8ms or less response speed for cleaner high-speed imagery, ClearFrame120Hz Anti-Blur Technology, LAN and WiFi Internet connectivity, and via the USB input is a media player that will play MP3 files and display JPEG digital photos.This forty inch Regza television offers viewers a full 1080p picture at 120 frames a second, though it can take any input signal from 480i to 1080p via one of its four HDMI inputs (version 1.3), or 480i to 1080i via the component input.  For those with a VCR or Laserdisc player, the component also doubles as a single 480i composite input. Those who love to calibrate will appreciate both standard and advanced video features, ...
Monday, 18 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Toshiba Regza 32SL400U HDTV Preview
Toshiba's 32SL400U is the largest in their ultra thin, energy efficient Regza SL400 series of LED backlit LCD televisions.  This thirty-two inch HDTV features 720p resolution, a Cinespeed LCD panel with an 8ms or less response speed for cleaner high-speed imagery, and via the USB input is a media player that will play MP3 files and display JPEG digital photos.This thirty-two inch Regza television offers viewers an acceptable-for-its-size 720p picture at sixty or twenty-four frames a second, though it can take any input signal from 480i to 1080p via one of its two HDMI inputs (version 1.3), or 480i to 1080i via the component input.  For those with a VCR or Laserdisc player, the component also doubles as a single 480i composite input. Those who love to calibrate will appreciate both standard and advanced video features, starting with a Native ...
Wednesday, 20 January 2010 ,  Written by Thomas Spurlin
NuVision NVU55FX5LS LED HDTV Review
Edge-lit LED TVs – that being a slightly-modified style of LCD panel -- are finally starting to come into a bit of a wide-berth adoption stage, slimming down and finding spots on retail counters for purchase contemplation purposes.  The technology has progressed to a degree where those panels are finally going to start coming down off of shelves and into the home, since the cost is slowly whittling to a reasonable level.  Nuvision, however, realize that there’s a direct vein into a market of flat-panel connoisseurs, which results in their high-end, highly-refined array of television sets – as with the Lucidium 55” LED panel, the NVU55FX5LS.  And, without question, the quality is excellent, with a splendid picture, aesthetic appeal, and a myriad of self-aware refinements with both inputs and external picture enhancement.  However, the sticker shock may set you aback, ...
Monday, 28 December 2009 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Sony Bravia KDL-65W5100 LCD HDTV Preview
Sony’s KDL-65W5100 is the largest in the BRAVIA W series of LCD televisions.  The 65” HDTV features a 1080p resolution, a solid contrast ratio and a few extra features to help kick up the video quality.  It’s also one of what is still a relatively small number of TVs with streaming video and DLNA compliance. This sixty five inch BRAVIA W offers viewers a full 1080p picture at sixty frames a second, or at an optional twenty four through one of its four HDMI inputs.  The KDL-65W5100 also features Sony’s Motionflow technology, which grants 120Hz of smoother, less juddery picture. While not LED backlit, the 65” Bravia W has a pretty decent contrast ratio for an LCD screen.  It offers a dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000:1 and an on-screen ratio of 2,000:1.  Those certainly aren’t plasma numbers, but they’re not bad either.  ...
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Sony Bravia KDL-70XBR7 LCD HDTV Preview
The Sony KDL-70XBR7 BRAVIA is one of a small number of options available to the consumer looking for a seventy inch picture but not wanting to use a projector.  The largest of the XBR7 series, the 70” KDL-70XBR7 offers a large screen and 1080p resolution along with a range of picture enhancement technologies. Sony’s 70” XBR7 offers a full 1080p/24 experience, as well as Motionflow 120Hz technology, which effectively doubles the frame rate of HD content to help smooth out fast movements.  An on screen contrast ratio of 1,500:1 is achieved through the Advanced Contrast Enhancer circuit, which creates darker blacks without losing fine details. 10-bit technology is featured in both the KDL-70XBR7’s processor, but in the panel as well.  The combination of the two allows a much greater ability to transition between colors and helps to eliminate sharp changes. With the BRAVIA ...
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