Excerpt: We loved this 52-inch Toshiba’s narrow-bezel case. But its LCD panel pulsed visibly between dark and light movie scenes — a result of Toshiba’s DynaLight feature varying the set’s backlight in an attempt to increase contrast.
Pros: Decent color reproduction. Classy looking case. Blue light under the logo on the front offers three brightness levels. Seriously.
Cons: Even with separate noise reduction for MPEG vs. other digital formats, our test source looked noisy. Lots of trouble processing 24 frame-per-second HD sources.
Excerpt: Now that HD DVD is off its plate, Toshiba can concentrate more of its corporate energy on LCD TVs—not that it ever slacked off in that regard. Despite the silly marketing moniker REGZA (Real Expression Guaranteed by amaZing Architecture), Toshiba has been a heavyweight in the LCD TV realm for many...