One of the complaints lodged against Toshiba is the lack of information disclosed about their products, often resulting in different performances than expected. This is common, though, in most major consumer appliance companies, with very few actually publishing 100% of the specifications and information necessary to make the best decision possible. With the LCD/DVD combo TVs, it is often found that when the DVD portion stops working or falters for whatever reason, the entire set will break down and be nonfunctional. Other common criticisms Toshiba has received for its televisions include customer service, repair/warranty service and sound quality.
Of the influx of eastern brands, Toshiba has firmly planted itself as one of the leaders in consumer products and technology. This company’s history dates back to 1939, when two large Japanese manufacturing companies joined forces and created what has today become one of the most influential producers of semiconductors and consumer products alike. The consumer products side of this corporation makes up roughly 35% of its sales, with televisions undoubtedly playing a large part.
Within these products is a full line of televisions that has recently been crowned by the introduction of the Regza series. Toshiba produces solely LCD TVs now, and was one of the first to make that complete transition away from outdated or ‘archived’ technologies, concentrating on pioneering, developing and influencing the technology of the future. This includes a line of LCD/DVD combination TVs that allow the direct playing of a DVD inside the TV itself. Convenience has never been more readily found than in this combination series.
Toshiba was recently awarded first place in Greenpeace’s Guide to Greener Electronics, cementing its spot at the forefront of positive reactions and resolutions to the decay of our natural environment. This includes proper disposal of electronics, recycling, and partnerships with leading research facilities to provide the resources necessary for a healthier future.
Toshiba TVs Warranty Information
Typically, Toshiba televisions come equipped with a standard one-year warranty for parts and services, with some models having a two-year limited warranty for specified parts.
Popular Toshiba TV Models
This TV boasts a screen size of 37″, resolution of 1366 x 768, contrast ratio of 722:1, and weight of 46.31 lbs. Toshiba offers a beautifully versatile TV in this 37″ LCD TV with a QAM cable which allows watching of digital cable and HD channels.
This combo set has resolution of 144 x 900, and weight of 32.5 lbs. By offering a TV with a DVD player inside, versatility, functionality and utility have never met in a more beautiful or compact machine.
This LCD TV is built with a 46″ screen size, resolution of 1920 x 1080 and weight of 75.2 lbs. Toshiba’s “Super Narrow Bezel” lends itself to a very realistic and vivid picture; other features include a cinema mode, a color temperature selector and SRS WOW (surround sound-like audio).