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Toshiba 50L2200U 50-Inch 60Hz LED-LCD HDTV

Toshiba 50L2200U 50-Inch 60Hz LED-LCD HDTV
Toshiba 50L2200U 50-Inch 60Hz LED-LCD HDTV


Product Added : February 14th, 2013
Category : LED TV

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Toshiba 50L2200U 50-Inch 60Hz LED-LCD HDTV

High-value led with new aero design the toshiba l2200u hdtv gives big screen seekers what they crave: big, bold 1080p full hd resolution at a value others can’t beat. and with the sleek new aero design, it looks great with any decor. new dynamic picture mode creates pictures that seem to pop off the screen. the new dynamic mode enhances color, sharpness, brightness and contrast to provide incredible picture quality.general information – manufacturer – toshiba; general information – manufacturer part number – 50l2200u; general information – manufacturer website address – toshiba; general information – brand name – toshiba; general information – product series – l2200; general information – product model – 50l2200u; general information – product name – 50l2200u led-lcd tv; general information – product type – led-lcd tv; miscellaneous – package contents – 50l2200u led-lcd tv remote control batteries resource guide quick start guide warranty ; miscellaneous – green compliant – yes; miscel

  • Screen Size-50;Video-Digital Tuner-ATSC; Video-Maximum Resolution-1920 x 1080;Interfaces/Ports-HDMI-Yes; Interfaces/Ports-Composite Video-Yes; Remote Control-Remote Control Included-Yes; Power Description-Operating Power Consumption-95 W
  • Aspect Ratio-16:9;Video-Video Signal Standard-HDTV 1080p;Audio-Speakers-Yes;Interfaces/Ports-USB-Yes; Interfaces/Ports-Digital Audio Output-Yes; Remote Control-Battery Size Supported-AA; Physical Characteristics-Color-Black
  • Media Player-Yes; Video-Standard Refresh Rate-60 Hz; Audio-RMS Output Power-14 W;Interfaces/Ports-Number of USB Ports-1;Interfaces/Ports-VGA-Yes; Remote Control-Battery Included-Yes; Physical Characteristics-VESA Mount Standard-400 x 400
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 45.7” x 28.2” x 3.9”, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 45.7” x 30.1” x 11.3”
  • Backlight Technology-Direct LED; Video-Analog Tuner-NTSC; Video-Scan Format-1080p;Interfaces/Ports-Number of HDMI Ports-2;Interfaces/Ports-Component Video-Yes; Remote Control-Number of Batteries Supported-2;Power Description-Standby Power Consumption-200 mW

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  1. 124 of 126 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent addition to the “man cave”, August 10, 2012
    By 
    Wayne “Omegafiler” (Round Rock, TX) –
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    This review is from: Toshiba 50L2200U 50-Inch 60Hz LED-LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I did quite a bit of research looking for just the right TV for my game room. This is an important detail when considering any review as well. Not everybody has the same goals. My requirements were at least 50″, no extra features, LCD or Plasma, good picture quality, and it had to be inexpensive. I already have a dedicated Media Center PC ready to go and never have liked “smoothing” or 120hz+ effects. Oh, and I wanted it here in time for the 2012 Olympics.

    It’s being used in a medium sized Media/Game room that measures about 14′ x 13′, give or take a few inches. There are 2 windows with blinds. And I’m normally sitting about 8-9 feet away. This room has a couple of computers, so it’s used as an office / game & media room (aka “man cave”).

    DESIGN & INSTALLATION:

    The TV is only about 2″ thick at the outer edge and has 1.5″ border around the screen, so it looks very nice and thin. If you include the portion at the back that you can’t see, you’re a bit over 3″ deep. It also only weighs about 40lbs. However, there is a larger “base” at the bottom where the included stand mounts. This base protrudes towards the back almost another ½” than the rest of the TV. This can be an issue when using the low-profile Cheetah APTMM2B mount I purchased as it does limit the angle at which you can adjust downward.

    Fortunately at 4′ off the ground, and with the help of the spacers that came with the mount, I was able to just barely get the angle I wanted for the TV without touching the wall. That does limit where I can route the cables since there isn’t space to run them towards the middle and there is no way any screw driver I have is going to fit or reach from the bottom to tighten the extra support screws. I’ll have to get a bendy screwdriver or something to reach from the side; otherwise it’s not going anywhere.

    I would still prefer that the stand mount at the back like others I’ve seen (and have), instead of bolting directly to the bottom. That eliminates the need for a larger base that’s inevitably going to get in the way.

    There is also a small green LED on the front of the TV. Which is good as this TV doesn’t make any noises turning on or off. It’s dim enough so I never even notice it when I’m watching a movie at night. And it’s not one of those LED’s that gets super bright when you look at it directly. That’s it on the front as all of the physical buttons are hidden behind the recessed backing to the left, including power.

    You can easily see from the specs to see what inputs it has. You’ll also note I don’t list having 2 HDMI ports as a negative. Considering its price and the fact that I’ll be eventually hooking this up to a receiver that will handle all HDMI switching, it’s not a factor for me.

    PICTURE:

    So how does it look? After its calibrated, it looks excellent. As with most TV’s, the default profiles leave much to be desired. My sources are OTA (Over-The-Air) HDTV, Blu-Ray, DVD, and hundreds of other TV shows that I stream or have on the Media Center PC. So far, they’ve all looked great. Even lower quality content looks decent. I don’t currently have cable or satellite.

    As with all high resolution displays, lower res content will suffer a bit without upconversion. Fortunately most of what I’m viewing is at least 720p or higher. Or it’s already been upconverted. I’ve been watching the Olympics just about non-stop since it started and I’m still impressed with how good it looks.

    One of the most impressive features is just how darn good the contrast ratio and viewing angles are. This has one of the best black levels that I’ve seen on any LCD. We’re talking Plasma or DLP levels here. With LCDs it’s very common to to have that greyish tone to “black” levels, especially with movies or dark scenes. Not an issue here. I also have a work bench directly below and in front of the TV and I can easily sit there and watch TV without any issues. It’s not a 100% perfect at that sharp angle, but pretty darn good.

    The only slight negative is when looking at certain large solid bright or light colored images, you can see some very slight unevenness in the backlighting. You can see some areas that are ever so slightly darker than others. I’ve seen this effect with other TV’s as well. If you think that might bother you, just be aware.

    However, I will add that with the many different sources I’m watching, it’s rare that I even notice it. And I’m quite sensitive to any imperfections in displays regardless of how minor they are. In many cases, I have a hard time even pointing them out to other people. :) I also noticed you can lessen this by adjusting brightness and backlight settings. So far, it’s minor and rare enough that it hasn’t bothered me.

    GAMING:

    I also wanted to use the TV for playing the occasional PC game. I’m using a 25′ HDMI cable to hook up my gaming PC on the…

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  2. 27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Picture – Grate Price, July 9, 2012
    By 
    Christopher Anello “Chris” (Oakland, CA USA) –
    This review is from: Toshiba 50L2200U 50-Inch 60Hz LED-LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I was shopping for a new TV for our family room after our plasma was shattered during shipping to our new home. I liked the quality of the plasma but it was heavy and would not work well in the new room full of windows. I found this 50″ Toshiba for the same price as most same size plasmas. I was concerned bout the fact that it was 60hrz instead of 120hrz but to be honest cant even tell. Probably once the Olympics starts I may get some speed issues but most movies are made to fit 60hrz anyways. Not sure what he hype is about the higher htz, probably just marketing. The screen is nice, not as reflective as other competitors, and nice and bright. The only negative side is the 2 HDMI inputs. For a good all around TV for cable and kids movies its worth it. If you are looking for TV with all the latest technology like 3d and smart than this is not for you.

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  3. 18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Brilliant Deal, September 21, 2012
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    This review is from: Toshiba 50L2200U 50-Inch 60Hz LED-LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    This TV handles everything I’ve thrown at it.

    I went with this model based on price alone. I got it at 650.00 from Amazon, and considering that I live in Canada and picked it up cross border it was an insanely good value. The closest I could find here was a 699.99 on a 50% off sale for the same model, and that doesnt include shipping (Free from amazon), 12% sales tax (no sales tax at the time from California Amazon partner), or Eco Fee (no eco fee in the US on consumer electronics to my knowledge). In all, I ended up paying the 12% tax to import it and saved over 200 dollars on eco fee/shipping charges. This was on top of the differences in TV Price.

    I did not want 3d, I didnt need a SmartTV with wireless or integrated internet capability. I run a 25′ HDMI cord from my desktop to the tv already, and with a tablet (Samsung Galaxy Tab) I can remotely play, adjust volume, pause, stop videos from my desktop. Therefore, I wasnt after every bell and whistle offered in the TV market. That being said, this TV delivers on fantastic picture, fantastic and surprisingly powerful audio, and great depth of color. The start up is reasonable and much better than many tvs of similiar size. The picture remains awesome at almost every practical angle you can see it from… My neighbours could easily cancel their cable package if I left my curtains open.

    I highly recommend this TV, the price is hard to beat for LED and if what you’re doing is displaying shows from your PC, playing Xbox, or watching TV/Sports then it cant be beat. If you want it to iron your shirt and pick you up when you feel down, try a human because the TV market isnt quite there yet.

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