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Toshiba 40E210 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Black

Toshiba 40E210 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Black
Toshiba 40E210 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Black


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Toshiba 40E210 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Black


Toshiba 40E210 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Black

Think you need to break your budget to enjoy blockbuster HD entertainment? Not with Toshiba’s LCD HDTV series. Featuring all-new design, this 40″ class value-packed television looks great and works well in a living room, kitchen or bedroom. Watch your favorite movies and programming in 1080p full HD. Show your latest vacation videos and pics with a high-res PC connection. And do it all with the assurance of famous Toshiba quality and reliability. Want more memorable entertainment for your money? Our 40″ E210U series delivers. Limited Warranty for parts and labor – 1 year

  • It has 1080p resolution
  • DynaLight increases detail and depth of the images on your screen
  • It has Hi-Res PC Input
  • It has 2 HDMI w/CEC
  • It has USB Connection

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  1. 88 of 90 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV for the price, September 13, 2011
    By 
    W. Weigel
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    This review is from: Toshiba 40E210 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    I bought this Toshiba to replace the 32″ TCL LCD in my bedroom – gave the TCL to my son. Just got this TV yesterday and I wanted to give my first impressions and address some of the concerns listed in other reviews, both here and on other sites. The three main criticisms of this TV were:

    1. Only two HDMI ports – I only needed one or two ports anyway, so this did not bother me. If you are purchasing this as your main unit, you need to weigh this considerably. There are ways around it, such as a receiver with HDMI-in ports or an HDMI switch, but unless you own these already, it’s money you could spend on a bigger TV.

    2. Sound – OK, the sound on this is not great, but it is not as bad as some people are making it out to be. I would say it is about average for TV’s of this size and level (I install TV’s in clients’ conference rooms from time to time). I was really expecting it to be bad after some of the reviews, so when it pretty much sounded on par with my 32″ TCL, it kind of made me laugh. I was also able to change the Dolby settings (Compressed or Normal – you have to decide what you like better) to improve the sound. What critics probably dislike is the lack of bass. There is pretty much no bass, but I feel the same way about every other TV of this size I have heard. It does not have RCA or analog out, so you cannot install computer speakers, like some reviewers have complained about. It does have an optical out, which is better because it is feature-forward. I have a Panasonic soundbar already, so I plugged the TV optical out into my soundbar and everything sounded great. I would never spend the money on a TV of this size and use the built-in speakers. At the very least, go with a sound bar. Panasonic makes a very good one and Vizio has one for under $100 on Amazon. My Panasonic is perfect for the bedroom – shows and movies are immersive and the voices are crystal clear. If you want a nice sound system with full bass and don’t want to run wires or buy a receiver, get the Panasonic soundbar with the subwoofer. If you just want to significantly improve the sound of the TV, you can buy the soundbar with no subwoofer. It will do nicely (I do not have the subwoofer).

    3. Weak HD tuner – I have no idea what the critical reviewers are talking about. This TV picked up every QAM channel, including unencrypted digital, that my cable company provides. What this means is that I hooked the TV straight to my cable line and it picked up all of the local digital HD stations, the music stations, and cable analog stations. It performed as well as my other TV’s with no problem. I then hooked up my indoor HD antenna and it picked up 38 stations, including every Milwaukee HD channel and some from Chicago. I live almost 50 miles from Milwaukee and 70 miles from Chicago. It worked as well or better than my other TV’s. To put this in context, if I look up on the web what channels I am supposed to receive for my location, it lists 25 stations. I get 38. The TV also has a nice feature that shows how strong the signal is when you pull up a channel.

    All in all, the Toshiba is a great TV for the money, especially at $399.98. The picture quality is excellent and the screen has a nice matte finish, so there are no reflections. It is a 60Hz TV, so there will probably be some artifacting during Bluray movie action sequences, but that is to be expected.

    It was easy to set up and does everything I ask from a TV of this class.

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  2. 24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great purchase thus far, August 20, 2011
    By 
    Paul M. Murphy
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    This review is from: Toshiba 40E210 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    This is my first HD television although I’ve had experience working with them due to my job as a computer tech. The picture quality on this TV is on par with the better screens I’ve seen. When a BR disk is playing (connected with HDMI) it’s astounding. The sound on the unit goes very high without the vibration I’ve heard other TVs produce at higher volumes. The high notes are a bit sharp on the unit at higher volumes and the only reason I gave it a 4 star on sound quality.

    Setup was simple…snap together some plastic for the base and plug it in.

    I’ve not used the unit with any other devices outside of my BR player. I’ve used Vudu, Netflix, normal DVDs and Blueray and all look great. Even the standard definition DVD and Netflix feeds look sharp.

    If you’re wanting a TV that’s simple to use without any fuss or tweaking with settings or configurations this one is perfect as that’s what I was looking for in a TV.

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Just what I wanted, October 1, 2011
    By 
    Ding
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    This review is from: Toshiba 40E210 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    After a long time waiting and searching and waiting I finally pulled the trigger on this TV. The sound is pretty poor as other reviewers have stated but I run our sound through the stereo system so it didn’t really matter. Picture is very good, especially for the price. Good contrast and not a lot of fade when viewing from the side. If I used the sound I would likely have considered sending it back. But it’s the perfect TV for what we use it for.

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