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Toshiba 42ZV635DB Reviews???


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Anyone know of any reviews for Toshiba 42ZV635DB? :confused:

I can't find much on it to be honest and I'm thinking of replacing my old WLT66 with it......or Sony KDL40W5500, Panasonic TX-P42G10, Samsung LE40B650

Any opinions on above?
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i looked at the model and own a xf40 toshiba so feel abit loyal to tosh
but i didnt find to much info on this telly and i felt it was overpriced for what you got imo.

i would consider the
panasonic plasma g10 as a plasma option and
compared to the sony w5500 and the philips 7404 for that money
these i personally felt were top of the tree in terms of value and overall quailty

i went for the 40w5500 and im very happy


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Whats wrong with the tv, been looking at this philips and have been considering it, no good then?

I absolutely love it, but there is a slight dimming/rebrightening issue even with light sensor and dynamic backlight etc settings disabled. John Lewis have said it a feature of the ECO panel and cannot be disabled. I am waiting for Philips to confirm that the 47PFL7404 is not ECO and does not have this issue and I am willing to pay the extra for the 47". I have the 42PFL7404.


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Do you think their "Ambilight" system is worth it? I see you opted for the model without it so I guess it's not for you but from what I've seen of it on you tube, it does look very good, the 8 series is what I'm interested in.


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I recently bought the Toshiba 42" ZV635DB LCD from Amazon for the amazing price of £580 (+ nectar points) and I think this TV is fantastic! Beautiful images and a lot of ports including USB, 2 scarts, PC and 4 HDMI. No problems at all so far. I would definitely recommend it. Cheers

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