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Toshiba 50L4300U 50-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi


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Toshiba 50L4300U 50-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi

Big, yet surprisingly attainable, the 50” L4300U Cloud LED TV combines beautiful design, connectivity and advanced picture-quality features into one sleek and slim package. Featuring a sophisticated, modern, curved corner design, the L4300U complements any room. Besides great looks, the L4300U is equipped with 1080p Full HD, a powerful new CQ Engine and Clears can 120Hz perfect for cinema-like entertainment and fast-pace gaming. And with the latest Cloud TV services and features, experience enhanced content discovery now with real-time streaming news, so you always know what’s going on. True social interaction features help you connect with friends and family, and mobile device interaction creates simple, location-free use.

Toshiba 50L4300U 50-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi

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  • Clears can 120 Hz doubles the refresh rate for clearer fast motion
  • 1080p Full HD, the highest level of HD picture quality available today
  • UltraClear Dynamic Noise Reduction filters out video noise without decreasing sharpness for clean, crystal-clear images
  • Energy-efficient LED backlight for vibrant HD picture quality with sharp contract for lifelike images
  • UltraClear Dynamic Noise Reduction filters out video noise without decreasing picture sharpness for clean, crystal clear images

 

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  1. W. Jessup says:
    65 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great picture and pretty good sound too, May 12, 2013
    By 
    W. Jessup (Westfield NC) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    Let me first mention that Amazon has the dimensions of the TV wrong, they seem to be for the TV shipping box and not the TV. The TV is 35″ wide, 23.3″ tall with stand (20.7″ without), and 8″ wide with stand (3.3″ without). It weights less than 20 pounds, it is very easy to move.

    The stand had to be attached to the TV. You may have to look at the picture instructions a few extra seconds to understand them, I am a little old school and am still use to word instructions. After you figure out the diagram, it takes about a minute to attach the stand.

    Setup is fairly easy, a alpha/numeric keyboard automatically pops up when needed to make entering network names and passwords easy. The TV menus are easy to use and are accessed using one button on the remote, setup. The remote is easy to use also, similar to a DirecTv remote. In fact, I setup the Toshiba ‘IR Blaster’ to control my DirecTv box rather than using two remotes.

    There was a firmware update available when I turned the TV on the second time. Easy to install, just pushed a few buttons. There will be more in the future.

    The apps are in the cloud, but most aren’t available at this time. I will update this review as they become available. Some of the major apps usable now are Netflix, Cinema Now, HuluPlus, Pandoria, Skype, and YouTube. There’s a Netflix button on the remote, press it and you’re there. The Netflix app has the same layout as their website, very easy to navigate with only arrow keys on a TV remote.

    I decided not to set-up surround sound for this Toshiba TV because I wanted to hear how good or bad the sound was using the normal TV speakers. The sound is pretty good for a thin TV, so good that I haven’t bothered attaching the cable for surround sound just yet.

    Also, it was easy to wirelessly connect the TV to my home PC to display shared pictures, movies, and, music. So easy in fact, that the TV connected automatically. I didn’t need these features and only used them to make sure they worked. It only saw folders that I had previously set up to be shared.

    That’s about it for now. I will update this review as more features and apps become available in the cloud.

    I have been watching quite a bit of baseball lately. The picture is great, I haven’t noticed any blurring at all. Actually the picture is better on HD sports than on your usual HD network channels but this may have more to do with DirecTv and their Extra Innings baseball programming than Toshiba, but it does give a indication of how good the picture really is.

    A review update. Last Night, June 7th 2013, when I turned the TV on, a message appeared saying new software was available. So, I updated. Vudu apps was added, well, actually, the icons were there, they weren’t accessible until now. With Vudu apps you now have access to Vudu movies, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, and various news apps like, CNN Daily, AC 360, NBC Today Show, NBC Nightly News and New York Times Video News.

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  2. Bob Ray "Bob" says:
    59 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Advanced features mostly useless, June 30, 2013
    By 
    Bob Ray “Bob” (Minnesota, USA) –

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    If you just want to watch TV and you have a good High Definition source, this TV is probably fine for you (though overpriced for that purpose).

    Trying to use the advanced features of this TV, however, is an exercise in frustration.

    To use any of them, you need an internet connection, which works fine if you hard-wire it with an ethernet cable, but the wireless option is finicky about how your network is set up and what your password is. I did manage to set it up for wireless internet, but it took several hours.

    The TV has a web browser, but the navigation is painful to use, and for most uses, the first thing you want to do is search. That means using the horribly slow onscreen keyboard combined with the slow response of the remote. To add insult to injury, the online manual suggests that you use the wireless keyboard, but as far as I can tell, there is no wireless keyboard available for this model (see update below).

    One particularly frustrating “feature” is that in some modes, the simulated mouse has insufficient resolution to hit small targets on the screen. When watching a YouTube video, enlarging the video hid the controls below the video and I was absolutely unable to click on the down arrow to scroll down and expose them. The cursor would go just to the left or right of the arrow, but couldn’t be positioned over it.

    ***

    The specs say it has two composite and one component input, but this is somewhat misleading. It has one set of shared composite/component inputs (5 input jacks) so you get one composite or one component input. It does have a mini video input, so technically you could probably use it with two composite sources if you had the right cables for that and didn’t need the component input.

    ***

    The marketing material suggests that you can view photos and videos on the box from a USB source, but when I plug in my Thunderbolt Android phone, neither the phone nor the TV know that it’s connected. I set the TV to “autostart” media share when something is plugged into the USB connection, but I get “No device connected” when I plug in the phone, and the same thing when I press the media share button on the remote. I didn’t try plugging in a computer or iPhone, but Windows computers generally use NTFS for the file system, and according to the manual, the TV only handles Fat file systems. I have unlimited data on the phone, so it’s particularly frustrating that it won’t work at all with this TV.

    The marketing material also suggests that the TV can share media (e.g., photos and videos) with other devices connected to the network. Unfortunately, this only works with devices that have WiDi capability, which is fairly rare, requires a laborious setup process, and still may not work.

    ***

    It has what appears to be a kick-butt universal remote, with buttons for TV, Cable/Sat, BD/DVD, DVR/VCR, Audio, and Aux. In order to use the universal remote, however, you need to plug in the IR blaster hardware and attach the wired transmitters over the IR receivers on the components. I did get it to work with my Sony receiver, but only for power and volume. After a lot of time spent messing with it, it still doesn’t work with my DirecTivo DVR.

    Even when it works, this is another good example of poor implementation of a good idea. They could have built the IR blaster features into the remote (like any good universal remote), instead you have ugly, visible wires and dongles crapping up the front of your enterntainment system and you’re limited to two extra devices (three counting the TV) even though the remote has buttons for six. You can buy piggy-back IR blaster connectors, but then you have even more visible garbage crapping you your system.

    ***

    There is a downloadable App for controlling the TV using a phone or tablet. I installed it on my Thunderbolt and it works, sort of, but it’s incredibly clunky and much more difficult to use than the regular remote. Worse yet, the one thing I wanted it for was to use the keyboard on the phone when surfing the web, which doesn’t work at all.

    ***

    I live in a large city and the TV’s tuner doesn’t do a very good job of getting the local channels with a table-top antenna. To be fair, I’ve never gotten a very good signal on some of the channels, but this TV does a much worse job than my old Sony Trinitron did with the same antenna. At least half the channels now have periodic dropouts and pixelization. This may just be a result of going digital.

    ***

    You can browse the Web with the built-in browser, but there’s no Flash player support, so many web videos and a lot of YouTube entries won’t play at all. Using the browser to surf the Web is not all that pleasant, so the only thing you really want to do with it is watch videos, many of which won’t play on this set. From what I understand, most…

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  3. T. Hsu "Docsavfan" says:
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good but not perfect., August 12, 2013
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    T. Hsu “Docsavfan” (Florida) –
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    I ordered this TV to replace a Sony 27″ box TV that finally died after 20 years of service. This Toshiba has a very good picture and it’s light weight makes it easy to handle. The only problem I have with this TV is that it mysteriously comes on by itself at various times of the day and night. In the two months I’ve had this set, it has turned on by itself a half dozen times, mostly in the early morning hours and a few times in the afternoon and evening. I have scheduled a home visit by an exorcist to cure this.

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