Toshiba 58L7300 Specs
Size: 58 Inch
- Energy-efficient LED backlight for vibrant HD picture quality with sharp contract for lifelike images
- Brand Name: Toshiba
- 1080p Full HD, the highest level of HD picture quality available today
- Display Size: 58 inches
- Advanced Toshiba CQ Engine creates Cinema Quality images
- Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
- Clears can 240 Hz improves picture clarity for clearer fast-action video, movies, and sports
- Display Technology: LED
- Resolution: 1080p
- CineSpeed high-definition display with fast panel response
- Refresh Rate: 240 Hz
- Model: 58L7300U
Toshiba 58L7300Size: 58 Inch
Toshiba 58L7300 Customers Reviews
Toshiba 58L7300 HDTV ReviewsI've had this TV for a week now, and I can't get the smile off my face. The picture quality is among the best I've seen anywhere, in fact, I'd even go so far as saying Toshiba 58L7300 is outstanding. I've been shopping around for an LED/LCD TV for some time now, and had my heart set on a Samsung or Lg. Why? Because they're the ones you see advertized everywhere -- they're the big boys of the industry. But a really low sale price on this Toshiba made the 58L7300 an offer to good to refuse, and I'm glad I didn't.
For me, the magic number to buying a TV was below $1,000, as long as Toshiba 58L7300 had certain must-have features. They include:
- at least a 55" screen
- at least 4 HDMI inputs
The Toshiba not only met all of these requirements, but it threw in a beautiful wireless keyboard, and a web browser as well. And the keyboard also works with my Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet, and my laptop. I'm sure I will get a lot of use from it.
I gave this TV only four stars because the Internet set-up procedure was a pain, and the apps are kind of sluggish. I'm sure Toshiba is working to correct that situation. But the Internet setup is a one-time thing. The features are only the icing on the cake, and right now are not something I plan to use that often.
The most important thing for me about a TV is picture quality, and this TV has gobbs of it. The funny thing is, I almost didn't buy this TV because the store I purchased it at had it right next to a $3,000+ Samsung TV, which they had adjusted to maximum jaw-dropping "come-buy-me" effect. It looked like the store personnel had made no effort to adjust the Toshiba's picture at all.
To make matters worse, the store did not have any of its TVs hooked up using HDMI cables, so none of the sets was showing a true 1080p picture. But like I said, the sale price of the Toshiba was so incredible, that I had to buy it. I figured, Toshiba is a major TV manufacturer, and the 7300 line of TVs was only introduced a couple of months ago. So Toshiba 58L7300 not like all of those leftover 2011 Samsungs that I was seeing on sale. And when I took delivery of the set, I went into the menu settings and and adjusted the picture settings, and it is now breathtaking.
In addition, when connected to my HD satellite via a HDMI cable, the TV's picture looks, to me at least, better than my friend's plasma Lg set.
Most people probably don't think of Toshiba when looking to purchase a new TV, but I heard awhile ago that they are the largest maker of laptop computers. Well, their experience with LCD technology sure shows up in their high-end TVs. I am extremely happy with my purchase.