Excerpt: At first glance the Toshiba 32SL738 appears to make little sense. While it is edge LED backlight, it has a high definition ready, instead of a full HD resolution and no Freeview high definition tuner. This latter omission is very dramatic, given that hidef terrestrial tuners are now pretty regular fixtures. These are proven to produce pictures that were better than standard (CCFL) lamps and usually are found only on premium LCD TVs such as the 32C6000 of Samsung.
Excerpt: The 32SL738 of Toshiba is very fascinating, however. The reason obviously, is the fact that it's not expensive. Really inexpensive: we have found it going for only GBP338.26. This kind of cost would appear eye-catchingly affordable on a conventional CCFL 32 with an edge LED version. What is more, there is nothing about the 32SL738's outside that cries 'budget' .
Excerpt: Having been using this TV for 6/7 months now I do feel I can recommend this as a highly suitable television. Having been using a portable television, which worked for me no problems, being 'persuaded' by my fiance to 'upgrade' as since he moved in, watching football on such a small TV was just not happening, having a 32" TV in my front room was suddenly like being in the middle the odeon cinema! I have now got used to such a huge screen and in fact class it as 'normal'.
Excerpt: Personally, I find that a 32-inch TV is the optimum size for many living rooms nowadays. I know there is a fad for wall-mounted 50-inch sets but, in the homes I have visited where these are installed, I find their obvious presence can be rather menacing. The 32-inch TV can still be conveniently mounted on a table or cabinet and, if required, moved with relative ease.
toshbia 32sl738b was impressive! well done toshiba!
6 July 2012
Excerpt: The first thing to mention about this product in the ultra slim design, there is only one word to describe it - cool! Before even setting up the TV in was impressed by the design. This silenced a lot of worries when I had ordered it; this wasn't the main TV in my house, but rather one to put in my bedroom, which is already nearly full, so the compact fit was perfect for the space I had made for it!
Pros: sleek design !
Cons: perhaps needed a slightly better quality of image
Excerpt: I don't usually have television, rather I stream episodes, shows and whatnot online. Therefore, I didn't have much interest in buying a television for my room. However, amazon was quite persistent in recommending me a list of good value television several times, I decided to have a look at what's available on the market. Toshiba is good brand that I trust as I own several Toshiba-branded electronic products such as laptops and older TV sets.
A great value 32" set with plenty of connections and good HD picture. Recommended!
12 April 2012
Excerpt: Having owned this TV for over a year now, I feel I can comfortably recommend it to others. We use it in the bedroom, as we wanted a decent-sized but cheap-ish LCD in there for movies and gaming. However, it would also be suitable for use in the Living Room, as a main set, if you're on a tight budget or not after a huge display, for whatever reason. The Hardware and Design: The set itself is reasonably attractive -- not stunning or super stylish, nut not ugly either.
Excerpt: I bought this television 2-3 months ago for my bedroom at university, it looks fantastic, the screen quality is great. Its rare to find a tv of this quality and branding at this price. Perfect size and quality for gaming, picture appears crisp and sound quality is good. I did have problems setting up free-view, however, this may have been due to a poor quality antennae.
Excerpt: The sleek and slimline Toshiba 32SL738B 32 inch TV features energy-saving LED backlighting for clearer, brighter pictures and amazing detail. The 32 inch screen features Toshiba's Active Vision technology and a 1366 x 768 resolution, so you can display high-definition images with the addition of a separate HD receiver or Blu-ray player, giving you stunningly detailed viewing of films, soaps and sport.
Great tv for family use, easy to use and great quality
16 February 2012
Excerpt: I was on the hunt for a new tv as I really wanted one for our bedroom. We already have a sony lcd widescreen in the living room and didn't want something as drastic as that, just something simple that does the job. And, of course look fab on the wall in the boudoir! The guys in soundstore were literally zero help. They meant well...but all that technical talk just sent me to the land of nod and of course I didn't understand a word.