Toshiba 46RV525R LCD HDTV Review
The Toshiba 46RV525R is a vanilla 46-inch LCD TV. It supports 1080p natively, and an impressive screen size, but it doesn't have the features you'd commonly see on a higher-end HDTV. It does have a mode to help with 3:2 pulldown, which makes a difference, but doesn't have any additional media or playback features. While it did put up some above average numbers on our color tests, overall the TV seemed a bit average. The TV also has an average price for a 46-inch TV, $1200. If the TV's strengths and weaknesses match up to what you're looking for, this TV could make a good buy.
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