LED Edge-Backlighting w/ Local Dimming: The Toshiba L7200U
LED-LCD TV utilizes LED edge-backlighting with local dimming for dramatically
improved black levels and contrast ratios that deliver a better overall picture.
Local dimming offers control over different "zones" for more precise and
accurate dimming control with deeper images. LED edge-backlighting with local dimming provides superior picture quality, and
CQ (Cinema Quality) Engine: The Toshiba L7200U LED-LCD
employs the new Cinema Quality (CQ) Dual Core engine. This 1GHz dual core ARM
processor creates superior picture quality with enhanced brightness, sharpness,
color saturation and sharpness. In addition, the added power of the CQ Engine
ensures a robust smart TV experience with additional connectivity features and
DynaLight: DynaLight Backlighting Control automatically adjusts the
backlight intensity based on the image content. It constantly monitors the
brightness level of each video frame, even in low light settings. As a result,
you see increased detail and greater depth of images.
ClearScan 240Hz: ClearScan 240Hz anti-blur technology reduces blurring
caused by high-speed video and improves picture clarity without impacting
brightness or adding flicker. The ClearScan 240 Hz anti-blur technology
the frame rate from 60 frames-per-second to 240 frames-per-second, virtually
eliminating motion blur that could be caused by fast action video.
Cinema Mode (3:2 Pulldown): When you view a DVD (3:2
pulldown processed) from a DVD player connected via composite, component, or
HDMI, smoother motion can be obtained by setting the Cinema Mode to Film.
HDTV Tuner: The TV has
built-in over-the-air HDTV (ATSC) and Digital Cable (QAM) tuners, so you don't
need a separate set-top box to receive and decode over-the-air HDTV/SDTV
or unencrypted Digital Cable signals.
1080p Resolution: The Toshiba L7200U LED-LCD TV has a display
resolution of 1920 x 1080. All inputs are displayed at 1080p. The Toshiba
L7200UTV provides high definition HDMI & component video inputs, as well as
standard definition composite video inputs.
Natural (Passive) 3D: The Toshiba L7200U series LED-LCD TV
creates stereoscopic 3D (three-dimensional) images using affordable polarized
glasses (just like the movie theater), making it ideal for longer viewing
periods and 3D gaming. Toshiba's passive 3D technology gives you wider viewing
angles, meaning you get the same immersive 3D experience wherever you sit; there
is also no "flicker-effect" and less eye strain. The Toshiba LED-LCD TV can
display in 3D via 3D broadcasting or when the TV is connected to a compatible
device, such as a 3D-ready Blu-ray player with 3D content. The TV must be
connected to your 3D source via HDMI (v.1.4) and you must wear the included
passive 3D glasses in order to see these images in 3D (three-dimensional)
format. This TV includes 4 pair of polarized ("passive") 3D
glasses. To ensure
that you can enjoy 3D any time you want, Toshiba has incorporated TriVector
2D-to-3D conversion, which allows you to watch your favorite 2D movies, TV
programs, or games in 3D.
- 3D Formats: 3D signals can be sent in one of 3 formats.
- Side-by-Side: Images for the left and right eyes
are positioned side by side
- Top & Bottom: images for the left and right eyes
are positioned at the top and bottom of the screen
- Frame Packing: two frames of images (one for the
left eye, one for the right eye) are positioned at the top and bottom of
- 3D Display Modes: There are four modes for watching 2D
or 3D TV.
- 3D: display 3D images
- 2D: displays 2D images by changing 3D images to 2D
- 2D-to-3D: displays 3D images by changing 2D images
to 3D (you can adjust the image depth from 1-5)
- Native: displays a received signal format in its
original 2D or 3D format
Note: If you see a double image, your eyes are either
too high or too low in relation to the horizontal center of the screen.
Adjust your position, so that it is closer to the center to avoid eye
fatigue and to enjoy optimum 3D effect.
Picture Size: When viewing a
source, you can choose one of the following picture sizes:
- Native: When receiving a
720p, 1080i or 1080p signal program,
Native Mode restores the size of the picture by the 3-5% that is generally
lost during the normal over-scanning that occurs on traditional sets. It
also avoids unnecessary scaling of HD signals that can reduce overall image
resolution and picture quality.
- Normal: Image is displayed close to its originally
formatted proportion, with black bars along the sides or top and bottom if
the signal has an aspect ratio different than the TV.
- Full: Mainly
designed for receiving a squeezed 4:3 signal (a 16:9 [480i, 480p] programs squeezed into
a 4:3 transmission), the picture is stretched wider to
fill the screen, but not taller, none of the picture is
- 4:3: Provides a 4:3
aspect ratio of a 720p, 1080i or 1080p signal; sidebars fill the empty
vertical spaces while not distorting the picture from its original size.
- TheaterWide 1: The picture is
non-uniformly enlarged; the center of the picture remains close to its true.
proportion, but the left and right edges are stretched wider to fill the
screen, used primarily with a 4:3 source.
- TheaterWide 2: Entire
picture is uniformly enlarged, used primarily with a widescreen source.
- TheaterWide 3: Picture is
non-uniformly enlarged; the picture is stretched wider to fill the width of
the screen and stretched slightly taller.
- Dot-by-Dot: "Dot by Dot" is a non-scaling display for PC
signals only. Depending on the input signal format, the picture appears with
sidebars and/or bars at the top and bottom.
Auto Aspect Ratio: The Auto Aspect Ratio feature will
automatically select the picture size when one of the following inputs sources
is received - a 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i signal from the ANT/Cable input; a 480i
signal from the Component Video input, and a 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, or
VGA (60 Hz) signal from any of the HDMI inputs. A 4:3
signal is set to Normal, a 16:9 signal is set to Full, a 4:3 letterbox signal
is set to TheaterWide 2. If the signal's aspect is not defined, the Picture
Size defaults to the last manually chosen setting.
Picture Modes: You can select
one of the following picture modes for each input:
- AutoView: By combining an ambient room light sensor and
incoming video content monitoring, AutoView automatically sets most of the
television's picture parameters for you. AutoView uses an external light
sensor to automatically adjust various picture quality settings based on the
amount of ambient room lighting and the type of video content you are
watching for an improved viewing experience.
- Dynamic: Creates the right amount of "pop," and
provides more colors, finer details, less visual noise and brighter,
- Standard: Standard picture
- Movie: Lower contrast for
a darkened rooms.
- Game: Designed for playing a video game requiring split-second
timing between the on-screen display and input from the controller (more
effective for 480i & 1080i input video signals).
- PC: Designed for
viewing tables/documents from a PC.
Picture Quality Adjustment: The adjustments (backlight,
contrast, brightness, color, tint, sharpness) you make to picture quality under
a picture mode are saved to that picture mode.
Advanced Picture Adjustments: The television offers the
following advanced picture adjustments.
- Edge Enhancer: The Edge Enhancer feature lets you
adjust the levels for your desired picture settings and achieve a sharper
- Dynamic Contrast: Dynamic Contrast detects changes in
the picture quality that affect the appearance of your contrast settings and
then automatically adjust the video. The adjustment range is from 0 to 10.
- Backlight Adjustment Pro: This feature adjusts the
backlight so that it can change to match the ambient light conditions.
- Static Gamma: The Static Gamma feature lets you adjust
the levels of black in the picture.
- Film Stabilization: This feature helps to eliminate the
- MPEG Noise Reduction: The MPEG noise reduction feature
allows you to reduce visible interference caused by MPEG compression. You
can choose High, Medium, Low, or Off.
- DNR: DNR enables you to "soften" the screen
representation of a weak signal to reduce the noise effect.
- Color Temperature: You can change the quality of the
picture by selecting from three preset color temperatures - Cool (bluish),
Medium (neutral), or Warm (reddish). You can also adjust the levels of
greens and blues in each preset temperature.
- ColorMaster: The ColorMaster feature adjusts hue,
saturation, and color brightness of six different colors (Red, Green, Blue,
Yellow, Magenta, Cyan) to create picture quality your way. This provides
deep, natural colors for increased depth and realism.
Expert Picture Setting: You can make the following expert
- Test Pattern: When the test pattern is on screen, you
can navigate the Picture submenus without removing the image. When you move
to a no-Picture menu, or close the menus, regular video will be restored.
Not available in 3D mode.
- RGB Filter: This feature individually enables or
disable the red, green, and blue components of the picture to allow for more
accurate adjustment of each color. It is not possible to turn off all three
- White Balance: This feature displays a Window Pattern
to adjust the white balance with a measure device.
TheaterLock: The TheaterLock feature lets you lock items in
the TV's Picture menu that affects the picture's display, to prevent them from
being accidentally changed.
Audyssey Premium Television: Audyssey Premium Television is
a suite of technologies that remove the acoustical problems caused by small
speakers and drivers. Working together, these technologies deliver a better
translation of the audio content and make the television experience sound closer
to the original.
- Audyssey EQ: Provides clear, accurate and natural
sound right out of the box. This technology ensures you enjoy your audio
experience as much as your video.
- Audyssey ABX: Uses sophisticated driver analysis and
low frequency monitoring to extend the range and bass of small speakers.
This enables the system to produce lower frequencies than otherwise would be
- Audyssey Dynamic Volume:
Automatically adjusts volume to provide a consistent sound level between
television programs, commercials, and between the loud and soft passages of
- Audyssey Volume Extension: Audyssey Volume Extension doubles
the volume capability in small speakers while blocking distortion, so
your TV gets loud and still sounds great.
Surround Setting: The Surround setting helps to
create a thrilling surround sound experience with deep, rich bass from
stereo sound sources. The TV's audio will sound fuller, richer, and
Day/Night Modes: This
function automatically keeps the volume of the TV at the perfect level
for day or night.
Wall/Table Modes: This function automatically keeps the volume at the perfect level if the
television is mounted on a wall or located on a table-top.
Tone Adjustments: You can adjust the audio quality
by adjusting the TV's bass, treble, and balance.
Dolby Digital Dynamic Range Control: This dynamic range control
feature causes the ATSC dynamic range to be further compressed, allowing you to
switch from ATSC to analog broadcasts at the same dynamic range.
Two-level Mute: The TV mutes the volume
half-way when the Mute button is pressed once on the remote; when pressed a
second time the TV will mute the volume completely and when pressed a third time
the volume will resume as normal.
Audio Outputs: The Toshiba LED-LCD TV is equipped with an
analog (RCA) and digital (optical) audio output.
- Analog Audio: The television features a 3.5mm
(minijack) audio output for connecting the television to an analog
2-channel receiver. You will need a minijack-to-RCA adapter (119MCON2M,
sold separately) to make a stereo RCA connection between the
television and your AV receiver. The TV's analog audio output
terminals will output 2ch audio from any of the television's source
- Digital Audio Output: The optical digital
output on the rear-panel will output Dolby Digital (when available)
or 2 channel PCM. The digital optical output terminal only
sends an audio signal in Dolby Digital when you receive Dolby
Digital Surround Sound from a digital broadcast channel through the
TV tuner. The optical digital audio output
will only output in 2ch stereo from sources connected to the TV via HDMI, RCA,
ARC (Audio Return Channel): The ARC feature of HDMI
(ver.1.4) enables the audio signal of the TV to be sent to your
connected AV receiver via the TV's HDMI ARC input and the receiver's
Monitor output, using a single HDMI cable. In this case, it will not be
necessary to connect an additional cable from the audio output of the TV
to the audio input of the AV amplifier to reproduce the audio received
from the TV through the AV amplifier. ARC allows audio from the TV
tuner, Network connection, inserted USB device, HDMI inputs, or any
analog connected device to be heard through your ARC compatible AV
receiver via the television's HDMI ARC input. The audio from the TV's
tuner, network connection, and HDMI inputs can pass as Dolby Digital or
2ch PCM. USB and analog connected devices will be output as 2ch PCM
Note: Both the television and the receiver must support
ARC for this function to work properly. When connecting an A/V receiver that
is compatible with Audio Return Channel (ARC), connect it to the TV's HDMI 1
input. If connecting a system that is incompatible Audio Return Channel
(ARC), an additional audio connection via Digital Audio Out (Optical) is
Network Connection (wired/wireless): The Toshiba
L7200U LED-LCD TV features an Ethernet port (RJ-45) and built-in WiFi
(IEEE802.11a/b/g/n) to connect to your wired or wireless home network.
Either network connection gives you access to your PC's
movie/photo/music files and select online TV apps.
Note: The TV's built-in WiFi is based on the IEEE
802.11a/b/g/n specifications and operates on a 2.4 or 5.0GHz frequency
range. Its supports WEP64/128, TKIP, AES, WPA/WPA2-PSK, and WPS security
ePORTAL: Once you are connected to your home network, you
can access the TV's ePORTAL page. The ePORTAL is the "home page" that allows you
to control the various elements of Toshiba L7200 system. This includes
traditional features such as Apps, Internet (web browser), and MediaShare (Media
Player), as well as other unique Toshiba features such as SearchAll, MediaGuide,
Events, and Messages.
- Search All: The SearchAll function scours the Internet and your
connected devices for content. This search finds content from; TV
programming and Video On Demand (VOD), MediaShare (Media Player): Connected
Media Servers and USB devices, the Internet.
- Messages: You can create personal messages on your TV using the
- Events: You can set events on your TV through the Events Calendar
- Favorites: You can access your favorite ("bookmarked") Internet
sites from the ePORTAL.
- Preferences: Use ePORTAL Preferences to customize the look and
feel of the ePORTAL.
TV Apps: The TV's Ethernet port or built-in Wi-Fi lets you
connect to Toshiba's TV Apps online service through your home network
connection. TV Apps includes a variety of online applications and services. TV
Apps offers the following internet-based content (as of 6/14/2012).
- CinemaNow: CinemaNow is a digital entertainment service
that offers instant access to an extensive online library of premium video
content for rental or purchase, including new release movies and TV shows,
with no subscription required. Rentals starting at $3.99.
- Netflix 5.1: With more than 20 million members in the
United States and Canada, Netflix is the world's leading Internet
subscription service for enjoying movies and TV shows. For $7.99 a month,
Netflix members can instantly watch unlimited movies and TV episodes
streamed over the Internet.
- Vudu HD Movies: VUDU has the most HD titles on demand
and more are added every week. VUDU delivers a cinema-like experience at
home with HDX, featuring stunning 1080p True Digital and rich Dolby Digital
Plus 5.1 surround sound. VUDU is available without a monthly subscription or
contract. There are no late fees, plus thousands of movies are available to
rent for just $2 for two nights.
- Vudu Apps: Vudu Apps provides you with access to a wide range of
Internet services and applications including streaming video, music on
demand, photo browsing, social networking, news, weather, and more. Vudu
Apps offers the following online applications (as of 6/15/2012).
- Featured Apps: Vudu movies, Flicker, Picasa,
Facebook, Twitter, Weather, Dolby Digital Plus, Stock Tracker,
- Arts & Entertainment: Nation Lampoon, Scam
School, Big Love, True Blood, Californication, Dexter
- Gaming: Attack of the Show, X Play
- Internet Culture: Currently no apps available.
- Music: UVTV
- News: The New York Times, NBC Nightly News,
Today Show, MSNBC w/ Rachel Maddow, AC360°,
CNN Daily, CNBC
- Science & Technology: Discovery, Nova, Hidden
Universe, Ted Talks
- Sports: Motorz
- Travel & Lifestyle: DelciousTV, DiveFilm HD
- YouTube: YouTube allows billions of people to discover,
watch and share originally-created videos. YouTube provides a forum for
people to connect, inform, and inspire others across the globe and acts as a
distribution platform for original content creators and advertisers large
Note: Some online services may not be available in your
area. Online content may change without notice.
MediaGuide: The MediaGuide is an integrated service
that provides access to both television programming and Internet content
based on the Rovi Guide System. The MediaGuide
screen will be displayed with the defaulted setting; the first menu is
set to ALL, the secondary menu is set to TV Listings, and the Current
Channel is highlighted. The sub-menus include My Profile, Movies,
Settings, TV, Search, and TV Listings.
- Search MediaGuide: You can use the
Search menu, within the MediaGuide to find movies or programs by name. You
can search from the primary menu, or from within the TV or Movie menus.
- Select Listing: Once you have selected
or opened a TV program, movie, or celebrity; an Overview screen will appear
with general information about the selected item. It also contains options
such as watch, bookmark, see a trailer, overview, or summary.
- Detail Screen: The detail screen contains menu options that
display additional information, such as biographies and reviews. The TV
Listing/Movie Detail menus can contain information such as History, Episodes
(for TV series only), Overview, Summary, Review, Cast & Crew, and others.
Celebrity detail menus contain different items such as History, Overview,
Biography, and Credits.
Web Browser: The web browser on this TV lets you
search & explore online content on the web by entering in a URL address
or keywords. Along with access to popular places, you'll be able to
search for and browse your favorite sites, and find new content, with
simple, intuitive navigation. The TV's web browser will work differently
than your computer's browser. This web browser does not:
Note: In addition, some web pages may exceed the
memory allotment of the web browser. The web browser will close when this
MediaShare (DLNA Certified): The Toshiba LED-LCD TV
lets you play movie, photo, and music files on your PC by connecting the
television to your home network via a wired (LAN) or wireless (Wi-Fi)
connection. The Toshiba L7200U LED-LCD TV features an Ethernet (LAN) port and
includes built-in Wi-Fi for connecting the television to your home network. You
can use this home network connection to access movie (MPEG2/H.264),
still-image (JPEG), and music (MP3/WMA/LPCM) files stored on your DLNA certified
server, such as a Windows PC and play them on the TV. The television supports
the following specific file formats via a DLNA network connection.
- Video File Playback: You can access up to 1,000 MPEG2, H.264,
or WMV movie files (with a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080) per a single folder from a DLNA certified server or
Windows 7 PC.
- Photo File Playback: You can access up to 1,000 JPEG
still-image files per a single folder (with a resolution of 4096 x 4096)
from a DLNA certified server or Windows 7 PC.
- Music File Playback: You can access up to 1,000 MP3 or
(32-320kbps; 32/44.1/48kHz) music files per a single folder from a DLNA certified
server or Windows 7 PC.
Media Player: Media Player
allows you to view photo and video files, as well as listen to music files stored on
a USB mass storage class (MSC) device using the TV's dual USB type-A ports.
Your photo, movie, and music files must be formatted in FAT16/FAT32. The TV will recognize up to
1,000 files per folder.
- Video File Playback: The televisions supports playback of MPEG2
and H.264 video files stored on a USB device. Basic control includes
Play/Pause, Stop, Skip (Reverse/Forward), and Repeat (File/Folder).
- Photo File Playback: The Toshiba LED-LCD TV supports
the playback of JPEG still images (8192 x 16,384; 9MB) stored on a USB MSC
device. The TV can recognize up to 2,000 photo files per folder. There are
three types of photo view modes - Multi-View, Single View, and Slide Show.
- Multi-View: This view allows you to search for
photos in a grid format. These picture are displayed using thumbnail
data in each image file.
- Single View: In this view mode, only files located
in the selected directory shall be displayed. This view allows you to
change the photo content manually. You can rotate an image 90-degrees
clockwise or counterclockwise.
- Slide Show: This view allows you to watch a
slideshow of your photos (with or without background music). In this
mode, only the files located in the selected directory will be played.
- Music File Playback: The televisions supports playback of MP3,
AAC, and LPCM files (32-320 kbps; 32/44.1/48kHz) stored on a USB device.
Basic control includes Play/Pause, Stop, Skip (Reverse/Forward), and Repeat
PC Input: This connection
allows you to view the image from a personal computer on the TV screen. When
connecting the PC to the TV, you will need a 15-pin D-sub RGB computer cable and a PC
audio cable. The PC input shares the stereo audio 3.5mm input with the
television's HDMI 1 input. Supported signal formats include VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA
and SXGA. You can also connect the TV to your PC via the
HDMI 4 input. Additional supported signal formats include 480i, 480p, 720p, 108i, 1080p.
Software Upgrades: Toshiba may offer upgrades for the TV's
software in the future. The TV's software is upgraded via the network
Support.Toshiba.com for the latest firmware update information. The tested
TV contained software/firmware version 0.4.7.0 with an immediate
software/firmware update (ver. 0.6.5.0); as of 6/20/2012.
Bezel-Less Aero Design: The new Bezel-less Aero design is
glass from edge-to-edge for a clean, modern look.
Channel Return: The Channel Return feature
allows you to switch between two channels without entering an actual channel
number each time
SurfLock: The SurfLock feature
temporarily memorizes one channel under the Channel Return button, so you can
return to that channel quickly from any other channel.
Channel/Input Label: Channel Label allows you to put
the Call Letters (ABC, HBO, etc.) on the screen along with the station
numbers, so you always know what you are watching. You can also
label each video input source according to the type of device you have
connected from a preset list of labels; Receiver, Cable, DVD, Game, PC,
Recorder, Satellite, VCR, or Blu-ray. You can also select specific
channels and video inputs to be "skipped", so they do not clutter your
on-screen menu when they are not being used.
Closed Captions: The TV offers analog and digital closed
- Analog CC: The analog closed caption mode has two
- Captions: An on-screen
display of the dialog, narration, and sound effects of TV programs and video
that are closed captioned.
- Text: An on-screen display
of information not related to the current program, such as weather or stock
data when provide by individual stations.
- Digital CC: You can customize
the closed caption display characteristics by changing the background color,
opacity, text size, type, edge and color.
Lock System: The TV's Lock Menu includes ratings
blocking, channel blocking, input locking, and a side panel control lock
which are all protected by the same user customized 4 digit password.
- V-Chip: Some TV programs and movies include signals
that classify the content of the program (violence, dialogue, language,
etc). The V-Chip feature in this television detect the signals and blocks
the programs according to the ratings you select. Your rating setting is
protected by a custom-user 4-digit password.
- Channel Block: With the Channels Block feature, you can
block specific channels.
- Input Lock: You can sue the Input Lock feature to lock
the video inputs and channels 3 and 4. You will not be able to view the
input sources or channels until you unlock the inputs.
- 3D Lock: When this feature is set to "On", you must
enter a 3D PIN code for changing displays mode to 3D or 2D-to-3D mode.
- Control Panel Lock: You can lock the control panel to
prevent your settings from being changed accidentally.
Timers: The Toshiba LED-LCD TV offers 2 convenient timer
- On Timer: You can set the On Timer to automatically
turn the TV to a preset channel or input at a preset time and preset volume
- GameTimer: You can use the GameTimer function to set a
time limit for playing a video game from to 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes. When
the GameTimer expires, the TV enters Input Lock mode and locks out the input
source for the video game device.
- 3D Timer: This feature helps to remind you not to watch
3D video for extended periods of time. Once a set period of time has passed,
a dialog box will be shown asking you if you wish to continue viewing or
- Sleep Timer: The sleep timer switches the television
off after a specified amount of time. The sleep timer can be adjusted up to
ENERGY STAR Certified: The Toshiba L7200U exceeds ENERGY STAR requirements by incorporating advanced
power saving features Auto Power Off, No Signal Power Down, and Last Mode Memory.
- Auto Power Off: The TV will automatically turn itself
off (standby) after 4 hours, if you do not operate the TV either from the
remote control or the TV control panel.
- No Signal Power Down: The TV will automatically turn itself off
after approximately 15 minutes if it is turned to a vacant channel or a
station that completes its broadcast for the day.
- Last Mode Memory: If the power is cut off while you are viewing the
TV, the Last Mode Memory feature automatically turns on the TV when the power is
Note: If it's possible, and you will be away from the TV for an
extended period of time, you should unplug the power cord.
eMANUAL: The eMANUAL provides on-screen, context-sensitive,
instructions that describe the TV features. The TV must be connected to
the Internet to access the online manual.
Wireless Remote: The supplied remote is
pre-programmed to operate this TV and a number of functions on many other Toshiba components;
such as a Blu-ray or DVD player. The remote contains a dedicated
"Netflix" button, so you can instantly access your Netflix movie
library. There is also a "Light" button which illuminates the remote's
keypad for 5 seconds.
Wireless QWERTY Keyboard: The Toshiba L7200U series LED-LCD
TV comes supplied with a wireless USB keyboard (QWERTY). The wireless keyboard
communicates with the television via RF frequency (2.4GHz). The keyboard
features a wireless RF transmitter and comes with a wireless USB receiver that
plugs into the USB port on the television. The wireless keyboard operates off of
two "AAA" batteries (included). The keyboard features a standard U.S. layout
with alphanumeric keys. The keyboard makes entering alphanumeric text much simpler
Note: Not all TV functions support the wireless keyboard.
Supported TV Apps include the Web Browser, ePORTAl, SearchAll, Events,
Messages, eMANUAL, Calendar, and MediaGuide.
HDMI CEC Control: This features uses CEC technology
and allows you to control other HDMI CEC compatible devices from the
TV's remote control, via an HDMI connection. The following HDMI CEC
Controls are possible - TV Auto Input Switch, TV Auto Power, and
playback control for DVD players, as well as Volume/Mute controls for
your A/V receiver.
IR Blaster: The 3.5mm IR output can be used to control
infrared remote-controlled devices through the TV, using the included IR blaster
cable. You can use the TV's IR Out terminal and IR blaster to remotely operate
two infrared remote-controlled devices enclosed within an entertainment center
or cabinet. The TV IR pass-through feature does not support all IR-controlled
App Control: Toshiba provides three apps for tablets and smartphones -
Toshiba A/V Remote App, Toshiba Send & Play App, &
Toshiba MediaGuide App. These
apps are available for compatible tablets and smartphones powered by Android
(Honeycomb or higher). You can download these apps through the Android Market.
- A/V Remote App: This tablet and
smartphone control app includes text input, mouse control, and touchpad
control that allows you to use your Android tablet or smartphone as a
touchscreen remote controller for the Toshiba television. The App also includes codes needed to operate
other popular home entertainment electronics. With this app, you can control the Toshiba TV and
other devices connected to it through IP, IR Blaster, or the HDMI CEC
- Send & Play App: The Toshiba
Send & Play App allows you to share a URL from your Android tablet or your
smartphone to the Toshiba TV. Some
web pages may not display correctly.
- MediaGuide App: The
Toshiba MediaGuide App is a channel guide application for your Android tablet
or smartphone. There are four screen modes which display detailed
information such as TV Listings, TV Portal, Movies Portal, and Search. The
screen modes can be changed using a left or right swipe of the switch bar at
the top of the compatible device screen.
Pedestal Stand: The Toshiba LED-LCD TV comes
supplied with a tabletop pedestal stand which must be attached using the
supplied hardware. The tabletop stand allows the television to swivel
20° left or right. The TV weighs 37.5 lbs with
Wall Mounting: The TV has four threaded inserts on the back
for use with an optional wall-mount bracket. The spacing of the mounting holes
is 400mm horizontal x 400mm vertical. The threaded inserts require 6mm machine screws
(not supplied). The TV weighs 31.75 lbs without stand.
Note: When mounting the TV on the stand or a wall (with
optional bracket) leave 4" of clearance on each side of the television and
4" above/below the television for adequate ventilation.
Attached AC Power Cord: The television is fitted with an attached 58"
AC power cord. The power cord is terminated with a two-prong AC plug which sits
1.375" from the wall.