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Toshiba 46G300U 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black Gloss)

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  • Includes removable stand; measures 44.28 x 30.18 x 13.65 inches with stand
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 1 component, 2 composite, 1 PC, 1 USB, 1 Ethernet, 1 optical digital audio output
  • DynaLight backlight control adjusts for deeper black levels for higher dynamic contrast and more realistic picture
  • 46-inch LCD HDTV with Full 1080p HD resolution; ClearFrame 120Hz screen refresh rate for minimizing motion blur in sports and action movies
  • Photo Frame capability for showing off your digital photo slideshows; USB connection for playing MP3 digital audio
  • 46-inch LCD HDTV with Full 1080p HD resolution; ClearFrame 120Hz screen refresh rate for minimizing motion blur in sports and action movies
  • DynaLight backlight control adjusts for deeper black levels for higher dynamic contrast and more realistic picture
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Toshiba
  • Model Number: 46G300U
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 46 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16"09
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Product Description

Product Description

The Toshiba 46G300U 46" LCD HDTV G300 Series is perfect for sports enthusiasts and action movie fans alike. The 46G300U ClearFrame 120Hz doubles the video frames from 60 per second to 120 per second, to virtually eliminate motion blur. Whether watching a football player angling toward the end zone, or eagerly following a high speed movie chase, the The Toshiba 46G300U provides crisp and clear picture quality.

Enjoy a stunning picture bursting with color and clarity with the 46-inch Toshiba 46G300U LCD HDTV (46-inch diagonal screen size), featuring a 1080p Full HD resolution that provides twice the pixel resolution of 720p HD models. It also boasts Toshiba's ClearFrame 120Hz feature, which doubles the video frames from 60 per second to 120 per second to virtually eliminate motion blur--making this a perfect set for watching fast action movies and sports.

Toshiba's G300U Series HDTV with 1080p high-def resolution and 120Hz ClearFrame capability for eliminating motion blur (see larger image).

The attractive front panel gradation of Toshiba's Horizon design (see larger image).

ClearFrame 120 doubles the frame rate of standard LCD TV, providing crisp and clear imagery regardless of image motion.
It provides a number of convenient home entertainment options and key picture quality features, including DynaLight dynamic backlight control for deeper black levels and four HDMI digital inputs for simple high quality connection to cable/satellite boxes, DVD players and more. Plus, the HDMI ports feature fast InstaPort switching for quick changes from one source to another.

With the Gaming Mode function, you'll experience reduced game control delay and improved reaction time--perfect for PC gaming--and the Photo Frame capability with Auto Slide Show enables you to display slideshows of your favorite images when not watching TV programming.

Boasting a slimming tapered bezel and attractive front panel gradation, the new Horizon design creates a more modern, elegant appearance that also adds a subtle luminance to the logo to further its stylish appeal. Other features include MP3 playback via the integrated USB port, a PC input, and a removable stand.

Key Features

  • 1080p HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels)
  • ClearFrame 120Hz screen refresh rate virtually eliminates motion blur, making this HDTV a great choice for fast action movies and sports. Toshiba's ClearFrame 120Hz system doubles the frame rate of an LCD TV from 60 frames per second to 120 frames per second using superior Motion Vector Frame Interpolation technology.
  • DynaLight Backlight Control utilizes advanced image processing to monitor the brightness of each video frame, and adjust the backlight intensity accordingly. This precision creates seamless transitions with deep blacks for increased detail and depth analysis.
  • Photo Frame capability allows this HDTV to act as both a TV and a digital photo frame. You can showcase your favorite memories as a clear, crisp slide show on the high-resolution television screen--all controlled with just the TV remote.
  • Gaming Mode takes the gaming experience to a new level by reducing game control delay, thus giving the player improved reaction time and a more realistic playing experience. This is great when used with popular gaming consoles, or with PC games using the TVs PC Input.
  • Built-in ATSC/NTSC/QAM digital tuning allows for tuning of standard cable channels as well as off-air digital broadcasts, in addition to digital "cable-in-the-clear" broadcasts.
  • Native Mode restores the size of the picture by the 3-5 percent that is generally lost during the normal over-scanning that occurs on traditional sets.
  • Cinema Mode 24 fps (3:2 Pulldown): This HDTV performs 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal, too--a handy feature for watching progressive-scan movie programs in their native 24-frame format. To adapt 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video, frames in the original movie must be duplicated; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this duplication by removing the redundant information to display a frame-accurate picture.
  • Color Temperature Control enables you to adjust white balance to achieve the best television picture possible in any viewing environment, or simply adjust the picture to suit your personal tastes. The "Warm" setting delivers a redder image that is ideal for display in a dimly lit room, while "Medium" and "Cool" provide a progressively bluer image for the best picture as room light levels are increased.
  • Three TheaterWide modes are ideal for displaying HDTV signals as well as enhanced for widescreen television DVDs.

    • TheaterWide 1: Letterboxed image is digitally expanded 33 percent horizontally and vertically. Useful for reproducing Academy Standard (1.85:1) formatted software.
    • TheaterWide 2: Letterboxed image is expanded 33 percent horizontally and 42 percent vertically. Particularly of use when viewing narrow letterboxed images originally filmed in Panavision or CinemaScope.
    • TheaterWide 3: Letterboxed image is expanded 33 percent horizontally and 24 percent vertically. Can be utilized when displaying letterboxed images that incorporate narrow bands at the top and bottom of the picture.

  • MP3 audio and JPEG image playback via USB port on the side.
  • REGZA-LINK (HDMI-CEC) allows peripheral AV devices such as a DVD player to be controlled by the remote control.
  • InstaPort fast HDMI switching between A/V components: Typically, when you switch HDMI inputs, there can be a five or six second delay. With InstaPort, as soon as you select an HDMI source, it will connect in a fraction of the time.
  • Ethernet port for connecting to wired home network.
  • Bottom-mounted invisible speakers integrated into stylish Horizon bezel design (20 Watts total power; 10W + 10W).
  • Channel Browser allows you to easily scan through the last 32 channels you have viewed, with screen images for the last five channels displayed, by channel, by favorites, and by input, at the touch of a button.
  • Channel Labeling allows you to put station call letters on the screen along with the station numbers, so you always know what channel you're watching
  • Input labeling enables you to name the individual inputs to denote usage, such as "DVD Player" (instead of having them display as just "HDMI 1" and "HDMI 2").
  • Removable stand for wall mounting (200mm x 200mm VESA mounting pattern)
  • Tri-lingual onscreen menu (English, French, Spanish)
  • Warranty: 1-year limited warranty on parts and labor

The G300U's jack pack (also see a schematic image of side ports and controls).


  • HDMI: 4 (HDMI-CEC) with 1 port on the side
  • Component: 1
  • Composite A/V: 2 (1 on the side)
  • RF (antenna): 1
  • PC input (15-pin, D-Sub): 1 (with 3.5mm jack audio input)
  • Digital audio output: 1 optical
  • Analog audio input: 3 pair (for each component and composite video input)
  • Ethernet networking: 1
  • USB: 1 (side)


  • TV with stand: 44.28 x 30.18 x 13.65 inches (WxHxD); 46.3 pounds
  • TV without stand: 44.28 x 28.10 x 3.52 inches (WxHxD); 44.2 pounds
  • What size TV should you get?

What's in the Box

G300U Series HDTV, remote control (with batteries), removable stand, printed owner's manual

Toshiba 2010 REGZA HDTV Comparison

Series: C100U LCD CV100U LCD E200U LCD G300U LCD UX600U LED
Models: 19C100U 19"
22C100U 22"
26C100U 26"
32C100U 32"
19CV100U 19"
22CV100U 22"
26CV100U 26"
32CV100U 32"
32E200U 32"
37E200U 37"
40E200U 40"
40G300U 40"
46G300U 46"
55G300U 55"
40UX600U 40"
46UX600U 46"
55UX600U 55"
Resolution 720p
720p 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD
LED backlighting -- -- -- --
PixelPure 5G
video processor
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-- -- -- --
ambient light sensor
-- -- -- --
120Hz ClearFrame -- -- --
HDMI input 2 (1 on side) 2 (1 on side) 4 (1 on side) 4 (1 on side) 4 (2 on side)
HDMI InstaPort
fast switching
-- --
Component input
(Y, PB, PR)
1 1 1 1 1
Composite input 1 1 2 2 1
PC input
USB 1 1 1 1 2
SD Card slot -- -- -- --
Network capability -- -- -- Ethernet Ethernet + Wi-Fi
MP3 and JPEG
Integrated DVD Player -- -- -- --
Energy Star 19" and 22" models 19" and 22" models -- --

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Which Size HDTV is Right for My Room?

HDTV Size chart
With standard-definition TVs, the rule used to be that viewers would feel comfortable watching a set from a distance of 3 to 6 times the screen size in inches. With HDTV, the resolution is so much better that you can sit closer to a larger TV without noticing the pixels. So with HDTVs, the rule tends to be you can sit anywhere from 1.5 to 3 times the screen size (in inches) for the best experience.

If you know the size of the room you have already, where you want to sit, and where your new HDTV should go once you get it, you can figure out the size HDTV you should get.

  • Minimum size = Viewing distance/3
  • Maximum size=Viewing distance/1.5

Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name Toshiba
Item Weight 45.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 13.7 x 44.3 x 30.2 inches
Item model number 46G300U
Color Name Black Gloss
Number of Component Outputs HDMI
Specification Met energy_star

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Customer Reviews
3.7 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #181,783 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#2,146 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Shipping Weight 51.5 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First Available April 18, 2005

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By Michael L. Earl on October 11, 2010
A good TV at a very good price; it does have a couple of issues, which may be no big deal for you, depending on your needs.

Good: The picture is very good, comparable to much more expensive sets, in both standard and high definition. The 120Hz refresh does make a difference, although if, like me, you're accustomed to the slight jitter of high-speed motion on a 60Hz set the smooth motion will seem a little unnatural at first!

It has a good selection of input ports. No real internet connectivity, but I figure that functionality will be obsolete in a couple of year anyway, so it makes more sense for that to be built into a dedicated component or blue-ray player or something similar in any event.

Bad: Power cord is hardwired into the back of the set, rather than being detachable - that was a real nuisance when I was trying to run the cables. More importantly, the internal speakers are pretty poor. Compounding this problem, it has neither analog audio out nor a headphone jack! If your external speaker system/receiver takes digital optical SPDIF ("Toslink"?) connections (most recent ones do), you're good - otherwise you'll need an adapter (Somthing like this: Digital Audio To Analog Audio Converter, although mine is still on order so I can't vouch for it yet.)

Still, if you want really good sound, no flat-panel will deliver that, and you could add a $200 soundbar to this to get a system that will have as good a picture and much better sound than more expensive sets. If you already have a good sound system (especially one with optical inputs), this is a very good option for the money.
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I purchased this TV about a month ago and have put it through its paces and I must say that for the price I paid ($599 at a local dealership that matched Fry's weekend price)I am pleasantly surprised. The picture is superb and running 1080p Blue Ray discs are incredible. Little loss of signal using high-end HDMI connects however sound is a bit disappointing. I would tend to agree with other reviewers stating that there's a great deal of sound loss using DVDs or games (PS3 and XBox 360). As per the norm, this was solved with a good surround sound system and is no longer an issue. The sound isn't horrible; it just isn't wonderful... it's perfectly adequate for normal TV viewing and only suffers when playing from another source. Blacks are absolutely deep enough for the average user and shouldn't be a cause for concern in the least. Response time is good, the 120Hz helps a bit but does have a tendency to make things appear "soap-opera-ish" when viewing. You can turn the 120Hz off if you didn't bother me enough to change the settings. Factory settings are ok- brightness was set appropriately and while I could have left the settings as-is, I had to play with them to get the perfect picture in my mind. Toshibas tend to shade toward the red side so I simply compensated for this idiosyncrasy through the settings and made it a little "cooler" for my preferences. Set-up was a snap- I had it out of the box, set-up and playing in less than 5 minutes. In terms of the stand being kind of flimsy, that's true. But as long as you're not in a position where someone (kids??) could knock the thing over, I don't see this as much of a problem. If you do have this concern- attach it to your wall and it won't be an issue.Read more ›
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Just bought this tv 5 days ago and love it. I used to sell tv's and best buy and circuit city. So i know how toshibas are. they might not be the tv with the most features but definitely you can't beat the quality and price. I looked at many different sets and this one is just an awesome value. Are there better tv's out there? yeah of course. But for the price you can't beat it. It's just awesome. The 120hz on this is very good. The black levels are awesome. It's really thin for being a normal lcd thats in a midrange category.
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I'm a toshiba fan. I own a toshiba laptop and it has been a great computer. However, I was disappointed with toshiba on the quality on this tv. The picture was as good as it gets, couldn't ask for better. The downside was the stand was made of flimsy plastic that felt as if it could break at any moment and the sound was extremely sub par compared to samsungs comparable tv. If picture quality is all you care about then this tv would be a good choice.
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My roommate bought this TV, and put it in his bedroom (which is about 12' x 14'), and I helped to set it up. Personally, I think that 46 inches is bordering on too big, but from across the room HD shows do look FANTASTIC! SD channels look like the usual crap, varying from show to show, but that is not the TV's fault at all. (Dish network receiver, HDMI connection.) We also have a DVD player connected via the component input, with dvd's progressive scan option turned on (480p). Looks about what you expect of dvd--watchabe from across the room. With dvd player set to 16x9 output, you must choose "full" as the screen size, or else the picture displays as literally 720x480 in the center of the screen.

I LOVE the fact that the TV remembers picture settings for each input. It has some presets for picture (sport, standard, movie, and personal). And switching to a preset does not erase your personal preset settings. One thing tho: you must Must MUST disable "Auto Aspect Ratio". It 'guesses' wrong the screen size for DVD player (top and bottom of menus are chopped off). Also, "Normal" setting for picture size overscans (zooms in) more than just a little bit on the satellite picture. "Native" is the best fit for Dish Network HDTV. IF you leave Auto Aspect Ratio on, then Native setting reverts back to Normal for some reason, maybe when the channel is changed to an SD channel. I have no idea why overscanning should be the Normal setting. I can't imagine a situation where that is necessary. To me, Native should be the default, and Normal should be re-labeled 'Overscan.' There are also other scan size presets ("Theater" settings), presumably for zooming/stretching letterboxed movies, and/or correctly displaying 4x3 material on DVD---but who knows.
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