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Toshiba 50L2300U 50-Inch 1080p 60Hz  LED HDTV (Black with gun metal trim)


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Toshiba 50L2300U 50-Inch 1080p 60Hz  LED HDTV (Black with gun metal trim)

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Toshiba 50L2300U 50-Inch 1080p 60Hz  LED HDTV (Black with gun metal trim)

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  • High Gloss Black with Metal Neck
  • Clearscan 120Hz
  • Audyssey Audio Technology
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI, USB, Composite, Component, PC, 3.5mm Audio
  • Outputs: Analog Audio Out, Digital Audio Out
  • Black with gun metal trim

 

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  1. B. Willis says:
    73 of 75 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The last review almost scared me off, May 28, 2013
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    B. Willis (San Diego, CA United States) –
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    I had ordered this TV and right after placing the order, I read the review that was written just before mine. I actually tried to cancel the TV based on that review, but it had already shipped. I’m glad that I couldn’t cancel, because the truth is that it’s a very nice HDTV.

    Someone described this TV as flimsy and such. I disagree with that assessment. Sure, it’s lightweight, but that’s been the general trend with these TVs for years now. They’re getting lighter, they’re getting less expensive and they’re getting better. Nothing wrong with any of that.

    I also do not have any strange light coming from any strange places. Every thing looks and works as it should.

    Assembly was simple. 4 screws secure the stand to the base. Slide the stand into the HDTV and secure with 2 more screws. Very easy.

    Once plugged in, the TV scans for available channels and does so faster than most. Sound quality is good for a TV of this size and price range. It has a simple and understated but sleek look to it.

    Picture quality is outstanding, right out of the box. Do understand that non-HDTV channels don’t look nearly as nice as HDTV channels, but that’s not the fault of this TV. It’s replacing a Hiteker and non HDTV channels on that one looked poor. They look pretty good on this Toshiba. HDTV channels looked pretty good on the Hiteker. They look outstanding on this one and unlike my other TV, I didn’t have to spend a lot of time trying to get the picture adjusted just right. I’d recommend the “standard” picture setting. Movie seems a bit dim to me and dynamic is just too very bold.

    Let me also say that off-axis viewing, or viewing the picture from a side angle is extremely good. The last 3 TVs I’ve received for review purposes made it difficult to see a good picture unless you were seated right in front the TV. That’s not the case with this Toshiba. It’s very forgiving and offers a crisp and clear image almost irrespective of viewing position or angle.

    Adding a channel to your favorites is simple. Just hold down the favorites button on the remote for 3 seconds. The remote is well laid out and can be operated by touch. Buttons and numbers are large and easy to read. Conversely, I had to analyze my Hiteker’s remote before using it, but I can just pick this one up and use it with almost no thought.

    The stand and lower edge of this Toshiba HDTV appear to be metal. In reality, only the vertical cylindrical piece of the stand is actually partially metal (plastic inside), but it’s a nice look in any event.

    This HDTV is Energy Star rated and has extremely low energy consumption. According to the sticker on the TV, similar TVs are estimated to use between $11 and $25 worth of electricity per year, while this one only uses a paltry $7 per year.

    I also like the large number of inputs on this HDTV. There are 3 HDMI ports (2 on the side and 1 on the rear). It has a digital output port, which is useful with certain applications. For example, I have a soundbar that can only be connected via this Toslink digital connection and most TVs in this price range won’t have that. It also has a PC input and other inputs as well.

    So folks, it’s a nice HDTV. I think that the picture quality is similar to what you’d expect from pretty much any of the top brands and is an excellent value in this price range. 120 hz refresh rate means that you should have a very good experience with fast motion sources, and it also has a gaming display for those gamers (like me, on occasion).

    I do recommend it highly and again, I’m glad I wasn’t influenced by the scary review. 5 stars.

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  2. kandiamo says:
    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    First HDTV for my friends, September 1, 2013
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    I ordered this TV for friends of mine since I loved my Toshiba 24 inch HDTV. This is their first HDTV, having used an analog with converter box and they love it. It arrived well packed and protected. It was easy to unpack and uncomplicated to assemble to the stand which is square and stable beneath the TV; a little wriggling got even small tight screws (only 6 ea.) to match up perfectly so don’t force them. The trick is finger tighten all of them, THEN tighten securely otherwise you risk mismatched holes. Takes maybe 10 minutes from unpacking to plug in.

    After plug-in and “ON”, the TV goes right to 2 basic setup options. One for cable setup and the other option was channel scan and that’s what we did.

    PACKAGING: Be aware the TV arrives in original box, plainly visible as a TV. If you deliver to an exposed doorstep, you might want to use Amazon’s “gift packaging” which puts it inside a plain brown shipping box.

    SCREEN: The screen is matte finish without glare with a high gloss thin black frame for full viewing. The gun metal fascia is only on the bottom of the frame, not completely around the screen. Display blacks are sharp and colors crisp. Some antenna-TV programs will still appear a little blurred (like VCR pictures) but that’s not the TV, it’s the program. Be aware the pixels may need some time to ‘fire up’ completely so don’t panic if not picture perfect just after start up. When fully activated, all the pixels will fill the screen with a sharp picture. Out of box was very good, and improved with use. My friends are very happy with their TV.

    SOUND: With all the bad reviews about sound, I was sure they’d need a sound bar but the sound is fine for a 12 by 12 room (it’s a 39 inch TV after all) In fact, bad reviews imply audio quality on the order of a transistor radio. Not so. Speakers lacks decent bass depth most of us like, but there are customizable onscreen audio settings until you choose a sound system you like to beef it up. They use it at 30% volume. If still too loud, go to Sound > Audessy ABX ON and Dynamic Volume OFF. CC1 subtitles are useful to back up low volumes during roommate sleeping hours. I hooked theirs up to their Bose CD player using an RCA stereo wire run to the Bose AUX port, volume controlled with that remote. They use a HDMI port to hook up a Philips 3680 DVP. There are 3 HDMI ports on this TV.

    There are multiple connectivity options on the back which allow other peripherals like cable/dish or computer or others like DVD player or better speakers. This TV is multi-purpose but has no ethernet port. Of course you can still get cable internet if you have that service, just not connect it to a home network. It does have a USB port on the left side of the screen for other peripheral uses like photos, security cams or home videos. Left side has dramatically recessed controls which are really awkward to reach, especially if wall-installed, so don’t lose that remote! 😉

    I’ve been playing with Toshiba brand TVs for over a year and here are some TIPS:

    You may want to use those old 2.1 computer speakers (i.e., 2 small speakers with subwoofer, with a single green stereo plug) for TV sound.
    HOW: You’ll need two things – a Y wire composed of red/white RCA jacks on one end for the TV with a single male stereo jack on the other end, and a female/female stereo connector to connect both male stereo jacks together (one from the TV and the other from the 2.1 speakers). Connect the RCA ends to Audio OUT ports on the back of the TV. That’s: Red/white RCA OUT on TV … red/white RCA end of Y wire … stereo male plug into female connector … female connector other end to green stereo plug from computer speakers. After connecting all the loose ends, mute the TV speakers and turn on the external speakers to desired volume, and you’re done. Remember external speakers cannot be controlled with the TV remote because you aren’t using the internal TV speakers.

    You can use headphones attached to the TV.
    HOW: Use this same RCA Y wire and female/female stereo connector for your earphones. Just plug earphones into the connector instead of 2.1 speakers, mute internal TV speakers and use the volume control on your headphones. You may also want to consider wireless options, but ask yourself how many remotes you really want for a 24 inch TV considering the first one you grab is never the right one.

    You can use that old boombox for audio:
    HOW: Use this same RCA Y wire WITHOUT the female/female connector and insert it into the AUX port of your boombox. You can also use the MIC port, but it may dampen sound quality to just voice, so experiment to see if this is tolerable for you. If your boombox has a remote, all the better. Otherwise you’ll have to control volume manually just like using 2.1 computer speakers. Mute Toshiba TV speakers to eliminate audio echo. The boombox set up is what I…

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  3. Mr. Moon says:
    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent buy!, August 27, 2013
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    This review is for the 39″, which after considerable research turned out to be the best bang for my buck in this price range.

    The first thing I noticed was how lightweight the TV was. My brain did not conclude that the lightweight construction was “cheap”, but rather as technologically advanced. It took just a few minutes to attach the stand. The picture was much better than expected, or maybe I just read too many negative reviews from different sites. I honestly was expecting bright blacks, weak colors, dead pixels and perhaps a Tonka sticker on it. No such luck.

    I tested it with 1080p Blu-rays, HD preseason football games, and PS3 games. It works perfectly! No dead pixels, no ghosting, no “soap opera effect”, just rich colors and a vivid image cruising along at a 120 Hz refresh rate which is fast enough for anything I’ll be watching.

    I can’t ask for anything more in a TV. Unless it wants to cook my dinner.

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