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The Toshiba 55UX600U is a 54.6-inch LED TV that features a 1080p Full HD Display, 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, ClearFrame™ 120Hz Anti-Blur Technology. PixelPure® 5G 14-bit internal digital video processing, Resolution+ Super resolution technology, AutoView™ and DynaLight™ dynamic back-light control. The LED TV also features Cinema Mode 24 fps (5:5 Pulldown), a Cinespeed™ LCD panel, TheaterWide® Modes, Color Temperature Control, built-in ATSC/NTSC/QAM digital tuning, Native Mo…See more
The Toshiba 55UX600U is a 54.6-inch LED TV that features a 1080p Full HD Display, 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, ClearFrame™ 120Hz Anti-Blur Technology. PixelPure® 5G 14-bit internal digital video processing, Resolution+ Super resolution technology, AutoView™ and DynaLight™ dynamic back-light control. The LED TV also features Cinema Mode 24 fps (5:5 Pulldown), a Cinespeed™ LCD panel, TheaterWide® Modes, Color Temperature Control, built-in ATSC/NTSC/QAM digital tuning, Native Mode™, Deep Color, invisible speakers, Dolby® volume, Audyssey EQ™ and Mute/Half Mute function. Other features on the Toshiba 55UX600U include Net TV™, 802.11 Wi-Fi® connectivity via a Wi-Fi® adapter, Thin Air Lagoon™ design, Photo Frame capability & MP3 Playback via USB, InstaPort™ Fast HDMI™ Switching, REGZA-LINK® (HDMI® CEC), Auto Aspect Control, Gaming Mode, DLNA Certified™ technology, a sleep timer, Channel Browser™, Channel Labeling, Input Labeling, Logo Light On/Off, SD Card Slot and comes with a 4-Item Universal Remote. The LED TV supports input and outputs such as four HDMI™ digital inputs, one ColorStream® HD component video input, side AV, and high resolution PC input (S-XGA, 15 pin, D-sub). The Toshiba 55UX600U also has IR Pass Through, Dolby® digital optical output, two USB ports and Ethernet Port (RJ45). The Toshiba 55UX600U has a suggested retail price of $2,499.90.
The Toshiba 55UX600U features AutoView which helps enhances image by combining an ambient room light sensor and incoming video content monitoring. It automatically sets optimized TV picture parameters for the user, allowing them to view programs even in bright afternoon sunlight or in a darkened room without eye strain. It also has PixelPure 5G which is a 14 bit internal digital video processing technology that creates 4,096 levels of gradation for optimized images. It includes 2D Chroma enhancement, 2D Luma enhancement, dynamic sharpness and adative noide reduction. Other features on the LED TV include ClearFrame 120 Hz which reduces motion blue with fast motion video. ClearFrame doubles the frame rate of standard LCD TV from 60 frames per second to 120 frames per second using Motion Vector Frame Interpolation technology. The technology also adds five-five Pull-Down Film Mode for users who prefer a more film-like experience; Gaming Mode which enhances gaming experience by reducing game controller delay and allows signal to by pass select pirture quality circuitry to shorten the overall signal to screen response time. The Gaming Mode provides an approximate 48 ms response improvement; Thin Air Lagoon design, Wi-Fi Adapter; InstaPort that provides users with optimized HDMI switching between components, eliminating the five or size second delay; IR Pass Through jack allows remote commands to be sent through the TV set to home theater components that may be hidden away out of view via an optional IR blaster and DynaLight back light control which utilizes histogram image processing to monitor the brightness level of each video frame and automatically adjusts the backlight intensity based on the image content. This means that up to 256 levels of backlight control can be achieved, allowing for a dynamic contrast increase of 7-10 times.See less
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When I switch the sound options - Cinema, Spatial and off - I do not hear any difference. Also when I change the Bass and Treble there is no difference. Can anyone advise if these options do make a difference in the sound? Toshiba advised they could not answer that question?? It seems to me that option would not be there if it was not going to do anything. Toshiba told me to call a service tech and if he felt there was nothing wrong - I get to pay the bill. If someone can advise if it does make a difference - then I will call one.
Answered by cal680 2011-04-03:
Gee I must be the only person in the world that bought this TV or the only one that tryed the different sound options. I thought I would at least get a "Who Knows" - so much for questions - I hope the support and service for the TV is better then this!