Toshiba 32BL505B

32 Inch HD Ready LED TV inc Freeview Digital TV

Toshiba 32BL505B
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  • 32 inch HD Ready LED TV
  • Freeview Digital with 7 day EPG
  • Slim Black Design / Game Mode
  • HDMI / USB / PC Input
  • Actual Colour: Silver
Availability: Available via selected site(s)
Edge Lit LED 1080i resolution 1366x768 pixels HD Ready 1080p Game Mode HD Ready REGZA Digital TV Ready Freeview x HDMI Connection/s x USB 2.0 Connection/s
 

The Toshiba 32BL505B LED TV brings the benefits of light emitting diode, backlight technology to the small screen TV market by virtue of an incredibly sleek, silver design and wonderful colour balance, contrast levels and a general picture clarity more generally associated with larger, expensive models.

Via the high definition multimedia interface (HDMI) input, users can enjoy an HD Ready capacity delivering 720 lines of progressive high def movie action from Blu-ray or gaming content from a suitable console (Play Station, X Box, etc) and 1080 lines of interlaced hi def when hooking up to an HD cable, satellite service or Freeview HD or Freesat HD device.

Other forms of external media can be heard or viewed via handy USB connectivity, whether music, photos or other video content whilst a specific PC connector enables the Toshiba 32BL505 LED TV screen to be used as a high quality, HD monitor.
In built Freeview means completely free reception of more than 40 channels of Digital TV and a huge choice of DAB radio stations, complete with a one week programme guide (EPG.)

Other picture quality systems include noise reductions for standard definition tv and video, MPEG compressed files and a comb filter plus colour manager which all strive to clean up and optimise images passing across the 32BL505’s LED panel whilst a dedicated Game Mode ensures games are seen with the full, optimal, dynamic impact their HD content demands.

When you consider the price requirement, not so long ago, for a 14 inch, CRT (old style tube) portable television, the notion of this ultra compact, LCD – now LED backlit – flat screen set for the sorts of money currently seen in the market with all its associated flexibility and functionality, is quite frankly, incredible.

Please take a look at our special offers, above and once you’ve found the best deal, you can snap up one of the amazing Toshiba 32 inch BL502 LED TVs at not just a cheap but the very lowest UK price.





September 2012

Specifications & Features

Picture/Display
  • 32 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
  • 81 cm Visible Diagonal Screen Size
  • Edge Lit LED
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 380 cd/m2 Screen Brightness
  • 3,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast
  • 178 Degree Viewing Angle
  • 9 (ms) Screen Response Rate
  • 1080i resolution
  • 720p resolution
  • 1366x768 pixels
  • HD Ready 1080p
  • Game Mode
Manufacturers Technology Features
  • HD Ready
  • REGZA
  • USB Music Player
  • USB Media Player
  • USB Photo Viewer
Convenience
  • Digital TV Ready
  • Freeview
  • Teletext
  • EPG (Guide Plus+)
  • 1000 Page Teletext Memory
  • Easy text
  • Auto Setup
  • Parental Lock/Parental Control
  • On/Off Timer
  • On Screen Display
  • NTSC Playback
Sound & Power Output
  • Nicam Digital Stereo
  • 2.5 W Power Output Per Channel
Connections
  • 1 x HDMI Connection/s
  • 1 (via PC input) x Component Video Connection/s
  • 1 x Composite Video Connection/s
  • 1 x Optical Terminal Connection/s
  • 1 x USB 2.0 Connection/s
  • 1 x Headphone Socket
  • 1 x PC D-Sub Connection/s
Accessories Supplied
  • Pedestal stand
  • Remote Control
  • User Manual
  • Mains Cable
Power,Weight & Dimensions
  • 7720 x 527 x 205mm WxHxD (mm)
  • 10.65 Kg Unit Weight (Approx)


    The 32BL505B LED Backlit Television is also known as:

    32BL505B, 32BL505, 32BL5O5B

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