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ToshibaToshiba 65" LCD 1080p 120 Hz HDTV, 65HT2U
The Toshiba 65" LCD TV looks terrific in any living room, family room or home theater. Watch your favorite movies and programming in full-HD resolution. Savor fast-action sports or edge-of-your-seat gaming clearly thanks to exclusive CineSpeed Panel and ClearFrame 120Hz technology. Show your latest vacation videos and pictures on this Toshiba 65" television by using a high-resolution PC connection. And do it all with the assurance of famous Toshiba quality and reliability.
Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the Toshiba 65" LCD TV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV service provider for details on how to upgrade.
Average Customer Rating:
(40 Reviews) 35
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Customer Recommendation72%29 out of 40reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
I bought this TV during the Black Friday event. I LOVE the picture size. For those of you out there who want a BIGGER picture at a price you can afford, this is the one. The 65" picture is great with my HD programming and Blu-Ray player. THere are VERY few "extras" with this TV, so only expect to get a big picture TV, not much more. The price is well worth the HD 65" tv.
I bought the left over display model so I was able to examine the picture quite closely before my purchase. I wall mounted the TV in a room that it 22 feet in length. I have read some reviews that are good and some that are bad. I have not used all of the features of the TV yet and may post additional information later. As of this post, I hooked up my TV and since it was a display, I used the menu to factory reset the TV. I hooked up my DirecTV box with HDMI cable and Fiber Optic sound cable. I hooked up my old DVD player with component (Red, Blue, Green) cables and digital coax sound cable. I played a Redbox DVD and took a seat some 15+ feet back and was blown away by the picture quality. I will admit that when I stood directly in front (3-5') of the TV it was pixaly but I dont watch that close. With a large room that contains two love-seats and three chairs for the seven members of my family no one will be very close. I then watched a DVR'd HD show and again, was quite impressed with the picture. My son (19) watched ESPN HD and loves the TV. My son (8) and daughter (14) simply describe the TV as "SOOOO Awesome" That is pretty much all I have done with the TV so far but I must say that, even though I have not explored the other features or played with the settings, I am still very pleased with the TV. But BEWARE this TV seems to grow by 20% and nicely fills a 13' wide wall.
I purchased this at very close to the Black Friday pricing. I do think many TV's out there are better than this but carry a higher price tag. I think it works great if you need a lot of tv and don't want to drop a ton of cash. Don't get me wrong, it does have a great picture. You need to sit 12-15 feet away to really enjoy the picture. You need to sit directly in front of tv, if you do not, the colors are not really accurate at more than a few feet off center. I am glad I bought it for the price. I would not pay retail for this tv.
FIRST I MUST SAY I SPENT FOUR DAYS IN A ROW GOING TO WALMART TO VIEW TV'S. EACH DAY I CAME BACK TO THE TOSHIBA 65"-65HT2U, WITH THE BEST OVERALL PICTURE. WE HAVE HAD THIS SET FOR 60 DAYS. PICTURE QUALITY IS GREAT. THE ONE FEATURE I DO NOT CARE FOR IS WHEN TURNING ON THE DVD IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY SWITCH OVER BUT WHEN YOU TURN IT OFF IT WILL NOT GO BACK TO TV. COULD VERY WELL BE ME AND NOT KNOWING THE INSTALL PROGRAMMING. OVERALL, GREAT SET. GLAD WE BOUGHT IT. ENJOY!
I very carefully reviewed several models and decided to go with the Toshiba not because it was best, but because I liked it and I like an underdog. Wow!! This TV is absolutely stunning!Up close it's not that great, but if you plan to be at least a few feet away or better the picture is phenomenal and all consuming. Easy to set up. I can't believe the picture is this nice right out of the box!
No the TV does not look great out of the box. You need to take some time and modify the settings based on your type of connection (Cable, off air and satellite all look different). The color takes some tweaking but then the picture quality is just as good as TV's costing much more. The complaint about the gray blob elsewhere in these reviews is indicative of a poor installation where someone pressed against the LCD and pressed the membranes together - if this happened to you - it is a very large TV - just take a soft cloth and rub the entire screen firmly - the gray blob will go away. Keep in mind - this is a massive 65" TV - if you stand right in front of it and complain about the picture quality you are very much missing the point. You need distance and the correct viewing angle to fully appreciate this TV but that can be said about all sets.
The picture overall clear nice colored intact on all channels. The sound really clear and there no cracking in voice or volume. The best thing a woman could want to make her fell happy watching all those Hollywood great movies with a vision remarkable in my eye sight the T.V ROCKS in all matters and thank the Toshiba maker for the great a Clear picture at all times. Love that size and the price its worth every dallor I spent.
I purchased this TV after my projection TV went out because of the size and price. I was so delighted to come across this great deal until I got it home and plugged it in. There was a great big white splotch on the screen. I promptly returned it to Walmart and instead of exchanging it for the same, I decided on the 65 inch Vizio which is an amazing TV with the exception of the flimsy stand they supply that barely supports the tv. All in all, the Toshiba didn't have the features the Vizio has but it looked great in my living room. Although mine happened to be defective, I would recommend this TV to anyone not big on what's new technologically...if you are just pay $200 more and get the Vizio Smart 65 inch!
Only received it 2 days ago but, We love it. Easy to set up, good looking, great picture,slim. Half the price of my Father-in-law's Samsung and has a picture at least as good as his.(and its bigger)It was a big jump from my DLP 60 inch to this 65 inch LCD. I have cable with a HD box
Great buy right out of the box. If you are looking for features or sound, this is not for you. If you want good picture at a great price, this is a must buy! HDMI cord is an option if you want to get the most out of this tv. Great tv at an even better price.
I bought this TV in November 2011. It lasted about 10 months before two green lines started appearing down the right side (as your facing the TV). Low Quality and Craftmanship! For the price they want for this TV, it should last a lot longer before things start going wrong. In addition, a 65 inch is a pain to have to transport to get fixed. Save yourself the trouble and buy something better.
This TV is junk! Spend and extra $200 for the Vizio 65 which is flawless! The Toshiba is the worst TV I have ever owned. It has poor picture quality resembling the rear projection " fuzzy" picture. You will be dissappointed! The only positive was Walmart allowed me to return after the 15 days return policy since I was so upset about it.
Bought this tv tinking of watching football. The night we bought it we set it up and as soon as we plugged it in noticed it has a giant gray blob over 3/4 of the screen! Thought maybe it just needed to warm up, we have given it a week and it is still there. It makes the colors look really dull, noticable difference! And on the darker images you can see it very clearly! Then When we watched the football game, the picture was so horrible!! Very pixally!! Couldnt even make out the faces at some points, couldnt enjoy the game at all!!! This tv is just overall JUNK!!!!!!!!!!
I bought this tv with high hopes of enjoying many football games, playing games, and watching movies. I had begged my wife for months, until she finally said I could get it. I checked tons of stores, and this tv was the cheapest for this size. I went to the store and bought this tv, came home and put it together and set it up. The first thing I did was tune into a football game (hd, of course), just to have my hopes crushed when I saw how the picture lagged. Then, my son quickly cut his wii on in hopes to play mario on a big screen, and the game lagged so badly, he could not even play. I can not blame the lagging on the size of the tv, since there are many large big screens that work perfectly with games. I am returning this tv, and I have decided to pay more money for samsung, since I own a 51" samsung and that has the best picture quality in my opinion. So if you are planning on shelling out about $1200 dollars on a tv, just spend a couple extra hundred and buy a different one.
I just wall mounted this monster in a Bar/ restaurant for football season. It's HEAVY! I needed 2 other guys just to lift it up. The picture looks great, there are 3 HDMI inputs for different devices and for the price, I think it's a wonderful deal at $1298.00. Most other brands/models are at least twice the price. Once it was on, the initial set up was simple. It took less then a minute. I installed a Panasonic 2 weeks ago and that was 20 minutes, just getting it set up to view a picture. This model does not have all the bells and whistles of the newer 65" sets, but for watching sports in a big room, it's perfect.
Here goes. I bought a Toshiba 65" high def tv from Circuit City in 2007. Paid $1900.00 for it. Here it is 5 years later and am having white spots show up on this tv. I have contacted Toshiba and they will not do anything to help the customer. The same thing was happening to samsung, and Mitsubuishi and they were taking care of their customers. I will never, ever buy anything with A TOSHIBA name on it, and i would highly recommend you don't either unless you want to buy from a company that won't back their products. Just wish Toshiba would pay to have my tv fixed. If you spend this much for a tv it should last longer than 5 years