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Toshiba 58L1350U 58-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV (High Gloss Black)

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58-Inch
  • High Gloss Black with Metal Neck
  • Clear scan 240Hz
  • Audyssey Audio Technology
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI, USB, Composite, Component, PC, 3.5mm Audio
  • Automatically adjusts the backlight intensity based on the image content.
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Product Information

Size: 58-Inch
Technical Details
Brand NameToshiba
Item Weight58.9 pounds
Product Dimensions51.4 x 13.2 x 33.4 inches
Item model number58L1350U
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color NameHigh gloss black
Specification MetEnergy Star
Special FeaturesIncludes/Contains Batteries
  
Additional Information
ASINB00DS46P1I
Best Sellers Rank #72,168 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight70.5 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 1, 2013
  
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Size: 58-Inch
  • Includes/Contains Batteries

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Product Description

Size: 58-Inch

Product Description

Toshiba 58L1350 50-inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV

From the Manufacturer

Enjoy vibrant graphics for movies, games, and PC displays in one compact package with the Toshiba 58L1350U 58-Inch LED HDTV. With contoured corners and a slim design, this HDTV has a sleek profile and fits easily in small spaces. A full set of connections allows you to hook up laptops, external speakers, and USB drives.

Toshiba 58L1350U 58-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV Product Shot

Delivers brilliant, high-contrast picture quality for movies, games, and PC displays in one compact package. View larger.

Toshiba 58L1350U 58-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV Product Shot

User-friendly HDTV gives you the flexibility to connect to a range of devices. View larger.

Slim HDTV for Movies, Games, and PC

Designed to fit in small spaces while offering brilliant, high-contrast picture quality, the Toshiba 58L1350U is an ideal HDTV for kitchens, game rooms, and home offices. The included stand gives you the option of setting the television out or mounting it on a wall, so it's easily accommodated in virtually any space. Available in high-gloss black with elegant curved corners, this TV looks as great as the picture quality it delivers. Use it to enjoy the morning news with breakfast, set up a game station in the playroom, or expand your workstation.

1080p
Crystal-Clear Sound and Picture Quality

The features of this 1080p HD television take your viewing experience to a new level, starting with the energy-efficient LED backlight that delivers bright, sharp contrast. A ColorStream HD component and built-in ColorMaster technology bring pictures to life and give you complete six-color control of hue, saturation, and brightness.

And for an enriched audio experience, this HDTV is built with Audyssey EQ and ABX technologies that work together to deliver clear, well-balanced sound--ideal for getting the full experience of action movies, musical performances, and audio-enhanced games.

Versatile Inputs for Full Connectivity

With multiple input options, this user-friendly HDTV gives you the flexibility to connect to a range of devices. Three HDMI inputs, a USB port, a high-def PC port, and a ColorStream HD component allow you to hook it up to a Full Jack Pack or connect external speakers, AV receivers, flash drives, PCs, and laptops.

The USB port lets you view media from a USB drive so you can enjoy slideshows, videos, and music without hooking up your computer--a handy solution if you are planning to wall-mount the screen.

Three Modes for Multipurpose Use
Game Mode

The Toshiba 58L1350U is equipped with three modes--Dynamic Picture Mode, Game Mode, and Cinema Mode.

Delivering maximum clarity and color saturation, Dynamic Picture Mode lets you fully enjoy the intricate graphics of video games, animated films, and visual input from your laptop. Game Mode decreases controller delay for faster gaming action, while GameTimer offers parents the option of setting time limits for video game play. Cinema Mode enhances your movie watching, offering film-quality picture display.

What's in the Box

Toshiba 58L1350U 58-Inch LED HDTV, remote control with batteries (2 AAA), Quick Start Guide, and Warranty.

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Toshiba 58L1350U 58-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV
At a Glance:
  • Ultra-slim, energy-efficient television for small spaces
  • ColorMaster technology for sharp picture quality
  • Audyssey EQ and ABX audio for clear sound
  • USB, PC, and HDMI inputs
  • Three modes for improved gaming and movie watching
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Perfect size for the room.
Janet D Newport
Sound comes out the bottom of the set and is somewhat 'tinny', so an amplified speaker system makes for much better sound quality.
mercedes montgomery
The picture is great and the sound is good for me.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

188 of 206 people found the following review helpful By Michael Cohen on June 22, 2013
Size Name: 32-Inch Verified Purchase
We purchased this TV, after deciding that we weren't interested in having our "smart" TV built in. We have an Apple Smart TV, and can always consider upgrades to this (developing and fairly inexpensive) technology. Our Sony dvd player handles our streaming needs quite well; so, otherwise what we wanted was a quality TV with a beautiful picture, as well as enough inputs/outputs to give us flexibility with our needs.
This Toshiba (32L1350U) is truly a beautiful set - especially for the price! (I went ahead and took Amazon's credit card and received the $50 gift certificate - so that came off the price.) This TV has true stereo analog outputs (full size - not a single, mini-"headphone" jack, audio output), so you can easily go through a stereo receiver to quality speakers. Otherwise, 3 HDMI jacks (cable box, dvd player, etc.); as well as a PC port, and a USB, if you must use it as a computer monitor.
It has absolutely beautiful color definition, a small frame - so a maximum viewing area, and the built-in speakers are really quite good! We were happy that we could still get full analog stereo, output capability and all the features of a current HD television.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By T. Caradonna on October 23, 2013
Size Name: 39-Inch
This is a review for the 39" version.

While Samsung is likely over-rated, Toshiba is equally under-rated. This TV puts out a great picture AND sound. This is also one of the most efficient TV's on the market.

Pro:
O Great Picture. Although not always 120hz (it depends on the source), the picture is fantastic. Realistic color representation. Works great as PC display (I use mine as part of a Home Theater PC setup). Great viewing angle. Plenty bright even with natural sunlight coming in the room.
O No "fancy" frills. Forget "smart tvs", let TV manufacturer do what they do best: make a TV! You can buy a dvd player, apple tv, roku, etc that does everything a smart tv can do. I personally let my HTPC running Windows Media Center do all the heavy lifting.
O Has all the outputs you need. Lately alot of manufactures are cutting back on outputs, probably keep the displays as thin/light as possible. This has output for analog audio (goes to my sennheiser wireless headphones) and optical audio (goes to my audio receiver for when I want full theater experience).
O Built in speakers are quite capable. A worthy sound for a thin tv!
O AWESOME energy efficiency. Energy star rates this as 49.6Watts, but my killawatt measures it at 36.9Watts. The Energy Star Sticker estimates $10 per year in power costs, far below the average for comparable sized screens. And given my measurements, Energy star is overestimating the consumption.
O Clean design, uncomplicated user interface!
O Price is terrific! This performs as well as much more expensive Samsung models which paying the unnecessary premium. Toshiba makes great sets and has great reputation for superb engineering in Japan.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Sue Troy on December 12, 2013
Size Name: 58-Inch Verified Purchase
All are TV are Toshiba we have had no problem with any of them. The new 58 in is a amazing picture, we have a surround sound system and you feel like you are watching everything at the theater. I highly recommend this TV.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Brent Doty on January 16, 2014
Size Name: 58-Inch Verified Purchase
This 58" Tv is amazing, so amazing I ordered another one for my parents. I purchased my first "flat screen" back in 2007. It was a 42" Toshiba that was highly recommended in Consumer Reports. I still use it today with only one issue... The battery cover on the remote falls off easily. Everything else still works perfect on it. Im a huge gamer and love to watch sports (football, nascar, hockey, xgames) and this tv worked ok, but was a little blurry. 240hz wasn't available back then. Then a few years down the road I bought a 32" Toshiba for my bedroom. Again, no issues but I decided a few months ago that I needed to get with the times and update the 42". So, I gave my uncle my 32" and he loves it. I researched Tvs on here, bestbuy, new egg, sears, target, walmart, basically anyone that sells TVs. Everyone thinks Samsung is the way to go... I have no problems with Samsung, but they are overpriced. I have a ps3,a ps4, and a labtop that i hook up to my TV's hdmi. I want the best technology but minus the aps on it and the 3D on it. Which I personally believe isn't the greatest thing for your eyes. (Just my opinion) I came across this big guy... Now when I was going to purchase this, it was right around black Friday... Huge fan of ad watching... Everything that was cheap on BF was a cheap brand or not worth the wait. That's when I decided on this and don't regret one bit of it. Im not loaded or well off by any means. Im a veteran and a full time college student. I have been saving up money for a while just to afford a nice tv. For 899.00 (tax free and free shipping) You get a huge almost 60" tv... 240hz, which is amazing on any sports, movies or fast paced show (almost looks fake cause the clearity is so real)... Now for gamers out there...Read more ›
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Brandon2063 on March 20, 2014
Size Name: 29-Inch
I purchased two of the 29L1350U LCD monitors to use as in a CCTV application. Within a few months of installation each of the units displayed instances of random power cycling (the monitors will power off and back on during use). An internet search of this phenomenon indicates that my monitors are not unique in this behavior.

One unit has only performed this random power cycle on three occasions over six months (and though annoying, this will seem acceptable as you read on). The second TV, however, is unusable, as it power cycles four or more times per hour - in some instances requiring unplugging for several minutes before it will resume function.

The defective unit is less than six months old, so after contacting their customer service, I sent it to a Toshiba authorized repair depot. I was responsible for shipping, which is frustrating, but acceptable. The unit was allegedly "repaired" (a new motherboard was installed) but upon its return it exhibited the same behavior IMMEDIATELY after being reconnected to a power supply. I was told to send the unit for a second round of service (again at my shipping expense) and that if the unit could not be repaired "other options" would be explored. I have received it back from this second repair and it still does not work. I have spoken to customer service, warranty service , and customer relations personnel, including several "managers." I am told that there is no option to have a replacement TV issued, only to resubmit to the same repair depot, AT MY COST. The "other options" are that they will request that a senior technician inspect the TV (implying that the lower level technician should not have been trusted to complete a successful diagnostic and repair?).
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