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It looks like the Toshiba 42XV545U, 46XV545U and 52XV545U are finally shipping!

Anyone that has purchased a 545U, please post you're experiences, reactions and thoughts in this thread. Does the 545U live up to the hype?

Toshiba Product Pages:
Detailed Specs from Toshiba's Web site:

Video
1080p Full HD Display
SRT Super Resolution Technology
ClearFrame 120Hz Anti-Blur Technology
10-Bit LCD Panel
ColorBurst Wide Color Gamut CCFL
PixelPure® 4G 14-Bit Internal Digital Video Processing
AutoView
DynaLight Dynamic Back-Light Control
Cinespeed LCD Panel
Cinema Mode 24 fps (3:2 Pulldown)
TheaterWide® Modes
ColorMaster Color Control
Color Temperature Control
Native Mode
Built-In ATSC/NTSC/QAM Digital Tuning
x.v. Color
Deep Color

Audio
SoundStrip® Speaker System
StableSound®
SVB Sound Enhancement
Mute/Half Mute

Convenience
Sleep Timer
REGZA LINK (HDMI CEC)**
Gaming Mode
Input Labeling
Picture Freeze
Auto Aspect Control
Logo Light On/Off
Channel Browser
Channel Labeling
4-Item Universal Remote*
Double Skin Thin-Line Bezel with a High-Gloss Black Cabinet

Jackpacks
HDMI Digital Inputs: 4 (1 Side)
ColorStream® HD Component Video Inputs (2)
Front A/V / Rear A/V / Rear S-Video: 1/1/1
High Res PC Input (S-XGA, 15 pin, D-sub)
IR Pass Through
Analog Audio Out (Fixed)
Dolby® Digital Optical Output
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Empire29 -- Thanks for starting this thread. I have an interest in this 52 set, too, and I am glad they finally have begun to appear in the market.

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I don't see anywhere 5:5 pulldown is this a mistake on the webpage or this year model doesn't have it ?
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I don't see anywhere 5:5 pulldown is this a mistake on the webpage or this year model doesn't have it ?

I believe that is part of the clearframe buzz word.

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I don't see anywhere 5:5 pulldown is this a mistake on the webpage or this year model doesn't have it ?

Here is a link to the Crutchfild website indicating a 5:5 pulldown associated with ClearFrame.

http://www.crutchfield.com/S-55tmqU5...0&i=05252XV545
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Are we positive that it has the 5:5? I have been unable to find verification, I looked on several sites including CDW for any kind of info as to weather or not 5:5 exists and I have been unable. If you are getting a Toshiba, you really should not settle for a 3:3:2 and by all other specs this panel seems like a great deal, but I would have to insist on the 5:5 otherwise I would settle for the 550 flagship.

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Are we positive that it has the 5:5? I have been unable to find verification, I looked on several sites including CDW for any kind of info as to weather or not 5:5 exists and I have been unable. If you are getting a Toshiba, you really should not settle for a 3:3:2 and by all other specs this panel seems like a great deal, but I would have to insist on the 5:5 otherwise I would settle for the 550 flagship.

One of the bullet points from Crutchfield

ClearFrame 120Hz anti-blur technology with 5:5 pulldown

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5:5 pulldown is listed in the Toshiba specs for the XV545U series as well as the older 2008 XV540U and XF550U line.

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The XV545U spec list shows a '4-item Universal Remote' vs. a '5-item Universal Remote' for the XF550U. Does anyone know what 'item' is missing from the XV545U remote?
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The XV545U spec list shows a '4-item Universal Remote' vs. a '5-item Universal Remote' for the XF550U. Does anyone know what 'item' is missing from the XV545U remote?

both seem like 4 items to me?

XV545U Remote:


XF550U Remote:

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Anyone pickup one of these up yet?Only review ive seen is the one on amazon...
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The 545 remote look the same as the 540 one.
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Does anyone know who make the XF 550 panel and the XV545?
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yes it does have 5:5 pull down. check out the toshiba website for goodness sakes. there is also the Regza dedicated site (a bit cheesy but some useful info).

i am anxious to see the 40 inch but none of the box storeshas these or any other. i want to compare to sony 40Z4100. i really do not want a sony because I question their longer term reliability so it is good to see these toshibas are finally shipping.

amazon has a good consumer post for i think the 46 inch so check it out. it is decidedly positive with some small grips about the 'video-ness' on some older movie conversions.

the other cool thing is that this set has a built in up-converter to 1080p so you save a few bucks on 720i and 480 conversion units.
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The 545 remote look the same as the 540 one.

GEEZ! details - pay attention to details. not the same. one has 4 buttons across the top and one has 2. one has a 4 position switch at the bottom and one does not.

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I ordered a 52XV545U tonight -- I couldnt wait for reviews - got it for $2000 shipped, no tax. Ill post back when i get it (hopefully before next weekend!)
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I ordered a 52XV545U tonight -- I couldnt wait for reviews - got it for $2000 shipped, no tax. Ill post back when i get it (hopefully before next weekend!)

Please do!I have a sony 60A3000 rear projection I use for general TV and moving watching but realy want a secondary tv for gaming.Its down to either this or the sony 46Z4100.
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Anuone have any feedback on these sets yet?
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both seem like 4 items to me?

XV545U Remote:


XF550U Remote:

Odd...I just got the XF550 and the remote looks like the 545...are you sure these are not mixed up?
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Odd...I just got the XF550 and the remote looks like the 545...are you sure these are not mixed up?

Anything is possible. The pic links come from Crutchfield.

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Anuone have any feedback on these sets yet?

Amazon has a user review on the 46

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Odd...I just got the XF550 and the remote looks like the 545...are you sure these are not mixed up?

My XF550U remote looks just like the XV545U remote shown above, except that it has a 5th button for mode select, labeled HD-DVD, and we all know where that button went to!
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hopefully some more reviews start coming along, I am thinking about picking up one of these 46's maybe around Black Firday/Cyber Monday.
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Here are some suggested settings that I just found at Tweak TV for the toshiba-52xv545u http://www.tweaktv.com/tweak-my-tv/c...-52xv545u.html
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So i ordered my 52XV545U from BeachCamera via BigRiver on Monday 10/13/2008. The estimated shipping dates were 10/14 - 10/15 with estimated delivery dates of 10/17 - 10/22. On Friday 10/16 my order still had not shipped so i emailed Cust Serv and they replied saying my order would ship no later than 10/17. Of course 10/17 rolls around and my order had not shipped - I finally get an email today w a tracking number that says the estimated ship date is 10/20 and the estimated delivery date is 10/27 (2 weeks from the order date and 5 days after the latest estimated delivery date) ... grr.. BeachCamera is really pissing me off.
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Be gratefull they didnt threaten you into getting an extended warranty?Also check the TV for damages before you sign off on it.
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This is a copy/paste from Mr. Timewise but is a great way to start this thread...

Here's the way to enter the service mode on the Toshiba XF550 (U) series. -note XV545 service menu UI is the same

WARNING!

YOU CAN REALLY SCREW THINGS UP IF YOU CHANGE SERVICE MENU SETTINGS IMPROPERLY!
WRITE DOWN EVERY PARAMETER'S HEX CODE (OR BINARY CODE) BEFORE CHANGING ANYTHING!
You can do more harm than good by entering the service menu if you don't know exactly what you are doing.

ADDITIONAL WARNING

Each time you enter the Service Menu to view or change the default factory settings there is a count made of each "read" and/or "write" of any parameter you view. Even simply reading each of the parameters is counted. This count (actually different counts for the number of reads and writes) is saved in Non-Volatile "EEPROM" memory. These values are available for display in the Service Menu's special "Dynamic system and Self-Check Codes" menus.

Be aware that entering the Service Menu, even if you don't change anything, is recorded in this "NV Memory" window. An authorized service technician can obviously see whether or not you've entered this area of the set's adjustments. Toshiba's service personnel could get really sticky about "voiding the warranty" because we've decided to fix things on our own.


* Turn the TV on.
* Press the {MUTE} button on the remote and hold. Edited 4/4/08: As you stand close to the TV, make certain that you hold the remote low enough so that the TVs infrared receiver (located near the lower right corner of the front bezel) is able to see the signal from the remote.
* Then press the {MENU} button on the TV's side panel.
* Release both buttons.
* There should be a red letter "S" on the upper left of the screen, with the Service Menu adjustment box next to it.

* Use the {CH+} and {CH-} buttons to select the parameter of interest. (You can use the side panel buttons or the remote buttons.)
* Use the {VOL+} and {VOL-} buttons to change settings. (You can use the side panel buttons or the remote buttons. You can also use the up and down arrows on the remote's menu/channel selection circular control pad. Take care not to accidentally use the volume buttons or the up and down arrows in the central control pad before you write down all the default Service Menu parameter settings.)

* Use the {EXIT} button on the remote to temporaily make the Service Menu adjustment box disappear. (The red letter "S" stays visible.) You can now adjust volume, change channels, freeze, etc.
* Use the {MENU} button (remote or side panel) to show the Service Menu box again. You'll also be returned to the first selection (R-CUT).

* To exit, turn the power off.


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There are 22 service menu parameters available:

R-CUT
G-CUT
B-CUT

R-DRV
G-DRV
B-DRV

BRTC (BRIGHTNESS CENTER)
COLC (COLOR CENTER)
UVTT (BASE BAND TINT)
CNTX (CONTRAST MAX)
SHRC (SHARPNESS CENTER)
VBIS (VERTICAL BLANKING INTERVAL SETTING)
CC (CLOSED CAPTION)
ID1 (VBID)
GG (GEMSTAR GUIDE)
OPT1 (SET OPTION 1)
OPT2 (SET OPTION 2)
OPT3 (SET OPTION 3)
OPT4 (SET OPTION 4)
OPT5 (SET OPTION 5)
SETID
VOLX (VOLUME MAX) - Typically used to set a maximum volume level for a hotel room

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Also, when in the service menu you can press the {9} button on the remote and get a series of elaborate menus showing a great variety of dynamic system parameters and self-check codes. One of the parameters is the number of hours the set has been used. You can press the {EXIT} button on the remote to return to the "S" only (the red letter S in the upper left of the screen) level of the Service Menu...that is, you then have to press {MENU} to get back to the regular Service Menu parameter screen.

PS I also believe first changes to these settings should be made when the TV is in "Movie" mode... My settings below were read while it was in "Preference" mode

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Here are the factory settings on my Toshiba 52XV545U. I have to comment that the greens are BAD out of the box with this unit...

These settings are when the TV is in Preference mode and differences when in Movie mode are noted

R-Cut 00H
G-Cut F6H (This makes me wonder if I accidentally changed it as I found out up on d-pad is same as volume doh!)
B-Cut 00H

R-Drive 6EH
G-Drive 6BH
B-Drive 82H

BRTC 7BH (7CH in Movie Mode)
COLC B3H (9DH in Movie Mode)
UVTT 80H (7EH in Movie Mode)
CNTX 7FH
SHRC 10H (0AH in Movie Mode)
VBIS 01H
CC 01H
ID1 01H
GG 01H
OPT1 00H
OPT2 00H
OPT3 E0H
OPT4 6BH
OPT5 00H
SETID AAH
VOLX 64H

Software Version

XV545U
5.2.13.0
Aug 19 2008 10:19:19
FW19

I also disabled Deep Color and x.v.Color in the Setup-->HDMI This can only be done when NO HDMI cable is plugged in. I have been following the XF550 thread regarding calibration as a guide to this new set but happen to notice no one mentions turning off these two settings... I wonder what affect it might have on the base calibration.

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PS If someone can post their factory settings as I might have changed something not understanding that up and down on D-pad is the same as volume + -
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Sorry to hear about the delay empire Look forward to hearing your thoughts on the tv when you get it.

I went and checked out the 46XV540U at CC today. Looked pretty good although it was a bit hard to check it out as they had it hanging on the wall quite a bit above eye level. So the differences between the 540 and the 545, that I see on the Toshiba website are:

SRT
Autoview
Cinema Mode
Mute/Half-Mute
Auto Aspect Control
Channel Browser
Channel Labeling
2lbs lighter

Miss anything?
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owhh by the way I have to say the SRT up-scaler is very impressive for a TV's internal implementation of scaling. Because I have BEV (720p on all HD broadcasts) I set my pathetic Echostar 9200 IRD to 720p to avoid, on HD content, it's internal scaling/de-interlacing. It's a crying shame these STBs don't have a "native" mode that allows them to output what ever rez the source material is in order to take advantage of outboard video processors... because when an Echostar IRD is set to output in HD then the bloody thing does internal scaling/de-interlacing on SD content. With the 9200 set to 720p and XV545 SRT Mode 3 levl 4 on the 720p source it really improves image noticeable. On SRT Mode 2 Level 2 or 3 it achieves an even sharper image with that 720p source but it seems to cause some noise. With a Oppo 980 set to 480i through a Denon AVR-4306 I had some aspect ratio issues so that was a no go. With Bev IRD set to 480i using "through" on Denon (no internal 4306 DCDi processing) the SRT up-scaling on this Toshiba was again VERY impressive. This is coming from someone who has played for hours with HTPCs, FFDSHOW and various avisynth scripts both online and custom. I am getting a feeling here that this set has about the best internal up-scaler I have seen yet. I will confirm the SD 480i up-scaling using a Oppo 980 as a source direct connected and not HDMI repeated through the AVR-4306 when I can find my Petzl Tikka...

Solid-State

PS I am also testing it's 3:2 pulldown and 5:5 24p/120Hz performance as well as it's "smooth" video processing of cadence issues... So far with 980 source it's again the BEST I've seen yet on a preliminary... I'll test the Bladeruner 1080p/24 source to test for motion blurr and cadence issues... again though so far it's the best I've seen in any LCD at handling motion and 5:5 pulldown... one neg though is the calibration out of the box is HORRIBLE... it's a Diamond in the Rough... Toshiba give your heads a shake and stop shipping sets with blown out greens thinking it will help you sell sets to more colour blind 60 year old golfers ARGHH!!! service menu here we come!!!
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