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Toshiba REGZA 40XV645U 40-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black

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  • 1080p Full HD CineSpeed™ Display with Built In ATSC/QAM Digital Tuner for Over-the-Air and Cable-in-the-Clear Digital Tuning
  • ClearFrame™ 120Hz with 5:5 Pull-Down Option
  • 50,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • 3 HDMI™ Digital Inputs with REGZA-LINK®2
  • PixelPure® 5G 14-Bit Internal Digital Video Processor
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Toshiba
  • Model Number: 40XV645U
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 40 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

The XV645 series combines the REGZA® Engine (PixelPure® 5G & Resolution+™) with ClearFrame™ 120Hz for superior picture quality, and adds the bottom Deep Lagoon™ design for an appearance that also stands out from the pack.

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Brand Name Toshiba
Item Weight 45.1 pounds
Product Dimensions 3.6 x 38.5 x 24.5 inches
Item model number 40XV645U
Color Name Black

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3.0 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #287,464 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#3,151 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Shipping Weight 48.4 pounds
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Date First Available May 1, 2009

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(This review is for the Toshiba Regza 40XV645U LCD television.)

Original rating:
If price were no object: 4-Star Rating
Price considering: 5-Star Rating

Update 29Jul2010 (see below):
Following the replacement of the Main Board, I now give this TV a 5-star overall rating.

Update 15Jul2011 (see below):
The Closed Captioning is definitely a problem with this model, and reduced the rating to 4 stars.

Original review:

This is a great TV! All of us in the family really like it. Even the piano black narrow frame around the screen looks great (about 1.5" wide at the top and sides and 3" at the bottom). Even though the frame is a glossy black finish, it surprisingly doesn't disturb the daytime viewing experience at all.

We wanted a second TV in our home for a brightly lit room and we were also limited to a 40-inch screen size because of available space, so we ended up choosing the Toshiba Regza 40XV645U LCD TV. (Also see my review of the Pioneer PDP-5080HD Plasma TV in August 2007, if you are interested).

Because of our requirements for our second TV to have a bright picture and not to be sensitive to burning-in issues, we decided on an LCD TV. We compared the Toshiba 40XV645U to the following currently locally available 40-inch LCD (and LED backlit) TVs:
Samsung LN40B610 / LN40B650 / UN40B6000 / UN40B7000;
Sony KDL-40Z5100 / KDL-40XBR9;
Toshiba 40RV525R / 42ZV650U; and
LG 42LH30 / 42LH40 / 42LH55 / 42LH70.

When price was considered, no other TV came close to the Toshiba 40XV645U. Absolutely nothing else! We did not want a shiny, glossy screen (we were afraid of daytime reflections), so many of the above sets were eliminated because of that.
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I have owned this TV for a few months now and feel that I know it well enough to give it a thorough review. Why I purchased this TV over all the others is worth mentioning. First, and foremost, the price is very attractive at first glance. And, it continue to be an attraction after looking at the reviews of other TVs that cost about the same. I almost bought a Panasonic plasma TV that was, at the time, only $100 more than this TV but was a full 10 inches bigger and had an outstanding review on Cnet. Forty inches was simply more suited for my living space.

Let's look at some of the positive aspects of this TV.
1. 120Hz technology is a plus for those who like it. With that said, using de-judder technology is an acquired taste and is potentially a detriment to picture quality as it may introduce unnatural artifacts. This Toshiba Regza has three options for de-judder - off, standard, and smooth. I find that using the standard de-judder creates a balance between improving picture quality and with avoiding artifacts. However, for blu-ray media, I use the smooth option since artifacts are harder to notice as resolution goes up.

2. Physical Build and Appearance
This TV is a traditional black build with a very matte screen. The Toshiba logo comes set to light up when the TV is powered on but this can be turned off in the settings menu. This TV looks very clean and makes use of a minimalist approach. The matte screen works wonderfully at.. being matte. It doesn't reflect light. In fact, I can only barely see faint reflections when the room is well lit and the TV is turned off.

3. Picture Quality
This TV supports up to 1080p resolution and does it well. 720p programming looks outstanding and clear while 1080p looks even better.
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So far this set has very pleasing. My only complaint is the clunky remote control which has a physical switch to change modes (TV, Cable/Sat, AV1, AV2). The set has 3 HDMI inputs which is nice though many in this price range seem to have 4.

During initial set-up the set asks a few questions most of which are basic like if the set will be connected to antenna or cable before automatically scanning and adding channels. The first question though is unusual. It prompts for whether the set will be used in a home or as a store display. Selecting home reduces the backlight to 50% power though this can be adjusted later through the video configuration menu.

The set also features advances picture controls many of which I have not had time adjust but should provide enough control to satisfy any one who considers themselves a video guru. Also this TV features basic audio controls (treble bass & balance) as well as features like stable sound, voice enhancing, and bass boost so the control over audio is pleasing.

I chose this set for two reasons. I have a standard-def Toshiba set that I've always liked the picture on and the Toshiba HDTV's don't seem to create (or maybe they have the ability to correct) some artifacts on some HD content.

I was considering another brand, but I had an opportunity to watch Planet Earth on a set with spec's similar to this one and noticed the other brand displayed artifacts when a subject (bird) was moving rapidly across a solid color field (sky). I watched the same clip on an older Toshiba Regza model a member of my family owned and didn't see the artifacts so I chose to stick with Toshiba and have noticed no artifacts on similar video with this set.

Bottom line: I'm very pleased with this TV
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