Toshiba 65QA5D63DB TV 165.1 cm (65") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi, Black
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Toshiba has also announced the launch of TikTok TV across its whole new TV range and available for download on all models released since 2019 in the UK.
Sign up to receive daily breaking news, reviews, opinion, analysis, deals and more from the world of tech.Toggling between Cinema and Game mode is like night and day - it really drives home how strong the soap opera effect is outside of Game mode.
So I don't know what on earth is going on here - if the TV had acted like it now is from the start, I'd have had nothing to complain about at all. Available in 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, the UK4D has a frameless design with a 4K UHD panel and TRU Picture Engine with Dolby Vision, HDR 10 and HLG. Three HDMIs dominate rather than the four you can generally expect if you step up a couple of hundred pounds, and none of these three HDMIs supports the latest premium gaming features of 4K/120Hz or VRR.After a short bout of swearing, I pulled out a few test discs and set about checking the various menus again. Toshiba’s first Quantum Dot TV offers intense colour and cinematic picture quality, harnessing the brand’s full TRU Picture Engine, including TRU Resolution powerful upscaling, TRU Micro Dimming and TRU Flow MEMC technology, as well as Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, delivering extraordinary big screen moments at home. and has over a decade of experience working as a sound engineer mixing live events, music and theatre.
And that’s even before you’ve added into the equation the Toshiba 55QA5D63DB’s premium Quantum Dot colour system, expansive high dynamic range support and content-rich Android TV smarts. Rounding out Toshiba’s latest UK TV range will be the LK3Cs, a pair of 32- and 43-inch HD resolution TVs aimed predominantly at the second room market.With the name currently licensed by Turkish tech giant Vestel for the UK, the Toshiba brand has been building up a decent reputation in recent years for bringing the most coveted display tech to those on a budget. The QA5D’s smart system, finally, is built around Android TV, complete with Google Assistant voice recognition and an app collection that includes Apple TV+. There does seem to be some support for the ALLM switching feature that can switch TVs into their fast-response Game mode whenever a game source is detected, but this doesn’t work as consistently during our tests as it should.