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PICS FROM INSIDE TOSHIBA REGZA 32XV505DG Made in POLAND

P_P

Standard Member
Hello: i´m a spanish user of this forum , excuse me my poor english . I have just bought this television lcd in spain A few days ago . Here I leave a few photographies of the interior you , Since veran are very rewatching .

The interior is seen very clean and organized And one sees that everything is of good quality .

the incognita ¿ Which is the panel lcd ? :devil:




inside tv




mainboard





processor





tuner ¿ panasonic ?





flash memory




conections




power suply ............

When the servant of photos fixes up to raise the remaining ones :(

photos in high resolution in direct download :http://rapidshare.com/files/112368953/PICS_TOSHIBA_REGZA_32XV505DG.zip

Thank you and I hope that you like :hiya:
 

unrealdan

Standard Member
:eek:

Saw your post in the other thread and clicked through to this.

Do you take all your electronics apart when you get them?! It will have voided your warranty!

Interesting to see inside though.
 

P_P

Standard Member
:eek:

Saw your post in the other thread and clicked through to this.

Do you take all your electronics apart when you get them?! It will have voided your warranty!

Interesting to see inside though.


NOT, it does not lose guarantee, there are no bindings antimanipulation , I am very careful in my work ;)
 

DaveC

Active Member
Thanks for the Pics P_P. It's interesting to see that Toshiba use a Video DSP from a third party. I wonder if this is the case for all other manufacturers too.....I know the latest samsung A6 series in the Uk uses a MediaTek chip:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=733838

I guess if other manufacturers TVs use the same Genisis Chip, there should be some commonality in their performance.
 

Boostrail

Distinguished Member
Thanks for the Pics P_P. It's interesting to see that Toshiba use a Video DSP from a third party. I wonder if this is the case for all other manufacturers too.....I know the latest samsung A6 series in the Uk uses a MediaTek chip:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=733838

I guess if other manufacturers TVs use the same Genisis Chip, there should be some commonality in their performance.

Isn't the Bravia engine based on the Genesis chip? Other posters have said in the past its not the chip but the software that makes the difference.
 

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