Freeview HD built into new Toshiba Regza WL and SL LED HDTV series

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Toshiba Regza WL.JPGToshiba have launched the Regza WL series of LED backlit HD TVs, boasting built-in Freeview HD.

That means that rather than having to dish out for a separate HD source to make the most of all that LED 1080p goodness, a built in DVB-T2 tuner will deliver crystal clear images straight out of the box, without the need for a satellite dish.

The 200Hz sets will be available in 40, 46, and 55 inch sizes. Toshiba’s Resolution + tech will upscale standard definition sources, while DLNA wireless streaming is also supported.

Toshiba also launched the SL series, packing similar specs apart from 100Hz refresh rates and 32, 40 and 46 inch screen sizes.

The WL series will be available from May, but the impatient among you can snap up an SL model from April.

Gerald Lynch
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  • Thats cool, but i much prefer Freesat, i think they should make this the standard for all ne hdtv’s

  • I just purchased a Toshiba REGZA 55SV670U HDTV 2 weeks ago and nothing but problems with the sound. Every 30 to 60 minutes I have to turn off the set to get back audio. Toshiba said they know about this problem and the Firewear needs update. The pictures are nice but Toshiba has problems and many customers are upset. Toshiba should worry about fixing this problem so many can enjoy watching a movie.

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