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Toshiba 50L2300U 50" 1080p LED TV
Turn on the versatile, extra-stylish L2300 LED HDTV series and light up any room?with great gaming, shows or movies, even as an extra monitor for productivity. This TV delivers a rich, vibrant HD picture with incredible brightness and sharp contrast.
ITEM#: 152691071080p Full HD
- 1080p Full HD, the highest level of HD picture quality available today.
- Automatically adjusts the backlight intensity based on the image content.
- Dynamic Picture Mode
- Dynamic Picture Mode creates the right amount of "pop," and provides more colors, finer details, less visual noise and brighter, realistic pictures.
- Let your Toshiba disc player 'talk' to other suitably equipped home entertainment components. And run the whole show with a single remote.
- Manufacturer: Toshiba
- Part Number: 50L2300U
- Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.toshiba.com
- Brand: Toshiba
- Series: L2300U
- Product: 50L2300U
- Name: 50L2300U - 50" Class 1080P LED TV
- Product Type: LED-LCD TV
- Screen Size: 50"
- Backlight Technology: LED
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Internet Access: No
- Media Player
- Video Signal Standard: HDTV 1080p
- Motion Interpolation Technology: ClearScan 120Hz
- Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
- Scan Format: 1080p
- RMS Output Power: 14 W
- Sound System: Audyssey ABX
- Ethernet Technology: Ethernet
- Wireless LAN: No
- Number of HDMI Ports: 3
- Composite Video
- Component Video
- Digital Audio Output
- Network (RJ-45)
- Energy Consumption per Year: 134 kWh
- Color: Gunmetal
- VESA Mount Standard: 400 x 400
- Height: 26.3"
- Width: 44.8"
- Depth: 3.5"
- Height with Stand: 29.30"
- Width with Stand: 44.80"
- Depth with Stand: 9.40"
- Weight (Approx): 33.50 lb
- Weight with Stand (Approx): 37 lb
- Package Contents:
- 50L2300U - 50" Class 1080P LED TV
- Remote Control
- Green Compliant
- Green Compliance Certificate/Authority: ENERGY STAR
- Country of Origin: Mexico
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I ordered one & it arrived broken. They sent me another one & it was broken also.Read More
I received the tv in a week and my husband took it right out of the box and hooked it up! I was leery about buying a tv online without seeing the picture, but I took the gamble and Im happy! I will definitely buy from Overstock again!Read More
i did write yes when they asked me if i would recommend this to a friend. that is not entirely true because i wouldn't recommend this to a friend, but at the same time i wouldn't not recommend this to a friend. you feel me? it's really difficult to explain but it is very average. nothing special about it and it worked quite fine. all i have to say is buy it if you want, you didn't hear this from meRead More
Arrived right on time (DTV showed up an hour later to hook up ******). It is very (VERY) light and easy to lift and move. Crystal clear and crisp picture.... we were supposed to go out to dinner, howerer, we flipped through some channels and ended up sitting there for 3 hours.... on the stairs.... watching TV. Also, the sound is pretty impressive, steeing of 1-4 is suitable for early morning news, so as not to wake anyone.) At this price, SLAM DUNK!!!Read More
very light to handle, made hanging on the wall very easy. very good picture and sound.Read More
Great picture, great tech support and easy set up...Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello virg4x4, You can connect your gaming console (X-Box, wii, playstation etc.) to this tv and play games. Thank you for shopping with us.
How many HDMI connections are there?
Hello komega19, The Toshiba 50L2300U 50" 1080p LED-LCD TV - 16:9 - HDTV 1080p comes with 2 HDMI connections. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
Does this TV connect to the internet?
Hello holusbolus, thank you for your interest in the Toshiba 50L2300U 50" 1080p LED-LCD TV - 16:9 - HDTV 1080p. This TV does not connect to the internet. Thank you for shopping with us and have a great day!
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