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Toshiba 55VX700U HDTV Review

February 5th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Toshiba 55VX700U is a 55 inch HDTV in the Toshiba’s VX700U-series HDTVs. The Toshiba 55VX700U gives out sharp and clear pictures on its big 55 inch screen. One of the best features of the Toshiba 55VX700U is the built in Wi-Fi access so you can access the Internet Application without the need of any additional plugin or wire.

These internet applications include the Netflix Streaming, Vudu Movies, Internet Radio, Twitter, Facebook or the Flicker.

Toshiba 55VX700U has LED backlight which gives out brighter pictures. Its 120 Hz refresh rate ensures the blur free vide even with the fast moving scenes.

As part of the Toshiba 55VX700U review we present you a concise list of the key specifications and features.

– 54.6″ diagonal screen
– Built in Wifi
– 120 Hz Refresh Ration
– 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
– Built in TV tuner ( But almost all TVs come with it)
– LED edge backlit
– DLNA Compliant – stream content of your netbook and PC through DLNA wifi.
– Decent Audio with 2 10 Watts Speakers.

Toshiba 55VX700U presents itself as one of the best 55 inch HDTV available in the market, at a price you can afford. As you can see, its integrated wifi, high contrast ration and 120 Hz refresh rate makes it a decent choice. As far as the input and the connections are concerned, here is the complete list

– 4 HDMI Input
– 1 Component Video Input
– PC VGA Input to connect your PC to the HDTV
– RF Input for the Antenna or Cable TV
– Ethernet LAN connector for networking
– USB connectivity
– Audio Optical digital input and output

You may however also like to check Samsung brand with similar size and feature and compare the prices. Samsung has started to become more popular with its affordable prices and decent picture quality.

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  1. July 1st, 2012 at 09:22 | #1

    Hey! I’m in the UK and have downloaded a few programmes that I can’t get here and would like to know how to upload British shows for friends in the States.

    Would like to know how to do in HDTV which includes the sound as well as the great picture quality, does anyone know how to do this at all?

    I’m using a Mac by the way!

    Many thanks in advance,
    Stevie.

  2. July 1st, 2012 at 22:47 | #2

    Whats your favorite halloween costume from when you were growing up??