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Toshiba 50L1450U 50.0-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED TV (Black)

The 50″ class Toshiba 50L1450U HDTV delivers big screen entertainment with bold 1080p Full HD resolution and energy-efficient slim LED backlighting. And with a sleek new elegant modern design, the L1450U looks great in any room. Audyssey Audio Technology – Audyssey EQ provides clear, accurate, and natural sound right out of the box. Audyssey ABX uses sophisticated driver analysis and low frequency monitoring to extend the range and bass.

Product Features

  • 1080p HD for True Home Theater Quality
  • Dynamic Picture Mode – enhances color, sharpness, brightness, and contrast to provide incredible picture quality.
  • Audyssey Audio Technology – Audyssey EQ provides clear, accurate, and natural sound right out of the box
  • Multiple HD Inputs – Two HDMI inputs and one Color Stream Component video input.
  • Ultra-slim modern design – only 2.5″ thick.

2 thoughts on “Toshiba 50L1450U 50.0-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED TV (Black)”

  1. Best bang for the buck! I managed to snag this TV while it was on sale for $499.99 (original $599.99). This was before any reviews of this product came in. I was impressed with the quality of Toshiba’s TVs in the past, so I took a chance and thought this one would up to standards.While waiting for the TV to come, I noticed lots of negative reviews being posted online about this TV. Quite frankly, I do not understand these reviews at all, because none of them are consistent with each other and they all say…

  2. Better but not the best I bought this TV from Best buy on sale for $499 marked down from $799 for the super bowl sale. I thought it looked really good at first. The edge of the viewing frame is only 3/8″ wide on 3 sides. The tv itself is only 3/4″ thick for like 70% of the back of the tv. The reason I cannot say it’s great is because the picture quality drops off if the picture is anything other than 1080p). When watching regular programming where it changes to 720 or even 480, it becomes very blurry compared…

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