Built-in DVD Player
LED Edge-Backlighting: The Toshiba SLV411U LED-LCD TV utilizes LED
edge-backlighting for a clear, crisper image with better contrast and color.
DynaLight: This function 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.
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 SLV411U LED-LCD TV has a display
resolution of 1920 x 1080. The HDMI and component inputs will accept 1080i, 720p,
480p, and 480i signals; and all inputs are displayed at 1080p. The
HDMI input will also accept 1080p.
HD Video Inputs: The Toshiba SLV411U TV provides high
definition HDMI & component video inputs.
- Dual HDMI (ver.1.3): The television features 2
rear-panel HDMI (ver.1.3) inputs. The HDMI inputs will accept 1080p
(24/60Hz), 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i, video signals. If you want to connect a DVI-compatible device, you will
need an HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable. Since DVI does not carry audio signals, a
stereo audio 3.5mm input is provided for the HDMI 1 input (shared with PC input). In addition to the HDMI-to-DVI
adapter cable, you will also need a stereo audio 3.5mm cable.
- Component Video Input:
The rear-panel ColorStream HD Component video input will accept 1080i, 720p,
480p, and 480i signals.
Note: There is also a rear-panel composite video input
Picture Size: When viewing a
source, you can choose one of the following picture sizes:
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Dot-by-Dot: Non-scaling display for VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA and SXGA
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:
- Sports: Bright and dynamic
- 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.
- Preference: Allows you to adjust and store contrast,
brightness, color, tint, and sharpness.
Advanced Picture Adjustments: The television offers the following advanced picture adjustments.
- Backlight: This features adjusts the brightness of the entire
- Dynamic Contrast: Dynamic Contrast detects changes in picture
quality that affect the appearance of your contrast settings and then
automatically adjusts the video.
- Static Gamma: The static gamma feature allows you to adjust the
levels of black in a picture.
- Color Temperature: You can change the quality of the picture by
selecting from three preset color temperatures (Cool, Medium, or Warm).
CableClear: The CableClear digital noise reduction feature allows you
to reduce visible interference in the TV's picture. This may be useful when
receiving a broadcast with a weak signal or playing a noisy video cassette or
MPEG Noise Reduction: The MPEG noise reduction feature allows you to
reduce visible interference caused by MPEG compression. Choices for MPEG noise
reduction are Low, Middle, High, and Off.
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.
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.
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 or built-in DVD player. The optical digital audio output
will only output in 2ch stereo from sources connected to the TV via HDMI, RCA,
Note: There is no analog output.
Built-in DVD Player
Disc Compatibility: The television's built-in DVD player
supports the following 8cm or 12cm Disc formats - CD-Audio, CD-R/CD-RW, Video
CD, DVD-Video and DVD-R/RW.
MP3/WMA Playback: This unit will play MP3/WMA files
recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs in ISO9660 or Joliet file format. The built-in
DVD player supports MP3 audio files with a bit rate of 32-320 kbps and
WMA audio files with a bit rate of 48-192 kbps. The unit can read up
to 2,000 files per disc.
JPEG Playback: This unit will also display JPEG still-images recorded
onto CD-R/RW discs. Slideshow (at intervals of 5, 10, or 15 seconds), image
rotation (90°, 180°, and 270°), and zoom are available during JPEG (up to 5760 x
3840 pixels) playback.
Direct Search: You can located a desired scene by entering
the Title track, Chapter number, or Time.
Slow Motion Playback: The TV/DVD combo offers slow motion video
playback (sound is muted).
Program Play: You can arrange the playback order of your
tracks on a CD-Audio or MP3/WMA disc.
Repeat Play: While playing a DVD or VCD, you can repeat the
current chapter, or the current title. You can also repeat material between two
selected points (A-B repeat). While playing an audio CD or Video CD, you can
repeat the current track or the entire disc. While playing an MP3/WMA disc, you
can repeat the current file or current folder. While playing a JPEG disc, you
can repeat the current file or the entire disc.
Random Play: Using the Shuffle mode, you can play chapters,
tracks, or files in random order.
Music Intro: When the Music Intro mode is enabled, the first 10
seconds of an audio track is played. This is useful if you are simply looking
for a particular track on a disc.
Zoom: During playback, you can zoom in on the frame image to
one of three magnifications: 1.3x, 1.5x and 2.0x. While zoomed in, you can move
the frame left, right, up, or down to pan around the image.
Markers: You can mark up to 3 points on a DVD or VCD and
easily return to those points. The bookmarks are erased when you eject the disc
or turn the power off.
RGB/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
Note: You can also connect the TV to your PC via the
HDMI 1 input. Supported signal formats include VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA,
480i, 480p, 720p, 108i, 1080p.
Media Player: Media Player
allows you to view photo files (JPEG) and listen to music files (MP3) stored on
a USB mass storage class (MSC) device using the TV's rear-panel USB type-A port.
JPEG and MP3 files must be formatted in FAT16/FAT32. The TV will recognize up to
500 files per folder.
- JPEG Still Image Playback:
The Toshiba SLV411U LED-LCD TV supports JPEG still images (ver2.1) with a
maximum photo resolution of 4096 x 4096 pixels (best photo resolution: 1920 x 1080) and a maximum photo size of 6MB. There
are three types of 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 the photos. In this mode, only
the files located in the selected directory will be played.
- MP3 Music Playback: The LED-LCD TV will supports MP3 music files with a bit-rate of 8 to 320 kbps in
one of the following sampling frequencies (16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, or 48
kHz). The TV allows you to listen to music from a list of available files on
your connected USB device.
Note: Media Player
also allows you to listen to music files while viewing a slide show of
your photo files, that are stored on the same connected USB thumbdrive.
Channel Browser: The TV's
Channel Browser provides an easy navigation interface for all your channels and
inputs. This feature allows you to navigate the contents of all your inputs,
keeps a list of your favorite channels, and keep a history of the last 32
channels or inputs viewed.
Favorite Browser: The
Favorite Browser allows you to quickly set up a favorite channels/inputs list
that is integrated into the Channel Browser.
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 - Audio Receiver, Cable, Compact Disc,
DTV, DVD, Game Console, HDMI, Laser Disc, Satellite/DSS, VCR, Video Recorder, or
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
- 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.
- Control Panel Lock: You can lock the control panel to
prevent your settings from being changed accidentally.
Timers: The Toshiba SLV411U
LED-LCD TV offers 2 convenient timer functions.
- 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.
- Sleep Timer: The sleep timer switches the television off
after a specified amount of time. The sleep timer can be adjusted from 10
minutes to 180 minutes in 10-minute increments.
ENERGY STAR Certified: The Toshiba SLV411U 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.
Wireless Remote: The supplied remote is pre-programmed to operate this unit and a number of
functions on many other Toshiba components; including Blu-ray and DVD players.
REGZA-LINK: REGZA-LINK allows control of external Toshiba
devices from the TV's remote control via HDMI connection. REGZA-LINK features TV
Auto Input Switch, TV Auto Power, and playback control for DVD/Blu-ray players, as well
as Volume/Mute controls for your A/V receiver.
The Toshiba LED-LCD TV comes supplied with a tabletop pedestal stand which must
be attached using the supplied hardware. The pedestal stand lets you adjust the
television's viewing angle by tilting the TV forward 3-degrees or backward
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 100mm horizontal x 100mm vertical. The threaded inserts require 4mm machine screws
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.