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 Why did Toshiba loose in the battle of HDTV ?

Answer Blu-ray was the better, higher-capacity format, and consumers were willing to pay extra for that. It's that simple.This is roughly the opposite of what happened with Betamax and VHS; VHS was the i... Read More »
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Samsung or Toshiba LED HDTV?

The Samsung LED models have a reputation for superior image quality on the high end. Toshiba is outsourcing it's components and panel and is not considered a good choice-even the cinema series you ... Read More »
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32" Toshiba Regza LCD HDTV?

Your number one problem is that you are not yet watching HD content. SD content is broadcasted with 480 lines of vertical resolution but your TV has over 720 vertical lines. Your TV must up-conver... Read More »
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Is there a 3D-HDTV war going on similar to the battle between HD-DVD vs Blu-Ray?

The batteried power glasses ones hurt your eyes after long term use. I suggest looking for a T.V that can also play normal Demensions, so that you dont have to constantly keep looking for the glass... Read More »
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How to Troubleshoot Audio Problems on a Toshiba HDTV?

While audio/video connections have improved, problems can still arise that disrupt the proper audio function of your Toshiba HDTV. Minor changes in settings and loose connections with the audio cab... Read More »
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