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Toshiba 46G310U HDTV Review

17 Sep

Toshiba 46G310U

A 46-inch LCD HDTV with a 1,920 by 1,080 resolution and involuntary backlighting, the Toshiba 46G310U ($799 list) offers manifold HDMI inputs, a native spectacle mode and more. This TV packs more like a 120Hz refresh rate, a gaming mode and an invisible lecturer logic among additional facial appearance.

Design and Facial appearance
The 46G310U comes in the ordinary glossy black bezel, even if it’s thick nearly the LCD and events just over 3.5 inches deep. Language of the LCD, it’s what Toshiba calls a CineSpeed Panel, which makes it competent of an 8 millisecond response time. Of course, the set rests on an equally glossy black, stationary stand. Inputs contain three HDMI ports, component record inputs, a 15-pin D-Sub PC port, a USB port and more.

46G310U

 

Hardware that chains a 120Hz refresh rate, called ClearFrame by Toshiba, sits inside the 46G310U to lower image blur. Just beneath the LCD, the DynaLight map automatically adjusts backlighting based on image make pleased.

Even as surveillance ordinary definition record, the Toshiba 46G310U uses Native Mode to spectacle 3 to 5 percent of the image that’s normally lost to overscanning. The gaming mode surrounded by this HDTV reduces the input lag between game controllers and the spectacle.

46G310U Specifications

Cover Size
46 inches
Type
LCD TV, HDTV, LED
Supported Refresh Rates
120Hz
Spot Ratio
16:9
Record Inputs
Component, HDMI, USB
Speakers Built-in
Yes
Height
28.1 inches
Width
44.2 inches
Depth
3.52 inches
Weight
40.99 lb

46G310U

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