New York, September 30, 2013. Toshiba upgrades entry-level TVs. Models 32L2353 and 50L2353 belong to the L2 series and differ from the budget devices L1 by larger screen diagonal 32″ and 50″ . They are part of the model year 2013, equipped with a high-quality FullHD matrix with LED backlighting and support the proprietary dynamic compensation technology AMR100. L2 Series TVs are perfect for watching movies, TV shows and sports thanks to their vibrant colors and smooth, pin-sharp picture. Fans of computer games will also like them on the big screen.
Quality screen and slim body
Toshiba 32L2353 and 50L2353 feature a Full HD 1920 x 1080 liquid crystal panel with LED EDGE backlight for high quality video viewing. New technology uses LEDs along the edge of the panel to make slimmer housings. Dynamic contrast and brightness are also improved, as is the transfer of black and white. Proprietary active backlight flicker control technology AMR100 increases refresh rate up to 100 times per second and delivers high image clarity even in dynamic scenes.
Thinner TVs have redesigned the interior – the stylish, slim-frame design is made with high quality materials and fits in seamlessly with any décor.
The devices Toshiba 32L2353/50L2353 equipped with two digital – DVB-C and DVB-T2, in addition to the traditional analog tuner. Get access to a wide variety of free-to-air entertainment without having to buy a set-top box. Additionally, HDTVs can receive a digital signal testing of the new format has already begun in several American regions . Also worth mentioning is the Dolby Digital Plus multi-channel audio system, NICAM stereo sound and a built-in bass amplifier.
Data from any source
In addition to its basic functions TVs can play MKV and DivX video files, listen to music in MP3 format and view JPEG images. You can receive data from virtually any source – the built-in USB port can connect your camera, camcorder, external hard drive or other storage device. The Toshiba 32L2353 and 50L2353 are equipped with HDMI, in addition to the usual selection of digital and analog interfaces.