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Toshiba 40G300U Review

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The 40G300U offers surprisingly deep black levels, but we noticed issues with color temperature consistency.

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Power Consumption

The Toshiba 40G300U costs around $23.67 per year in electricity, or thereabouts, if you use the settings in the table below. You can change that cost dramatically if you alter the backlight setting.

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The power cost is a little higher than the other LCD TVs, but all three are cheaper than the Panasonic plasma display.

Power Consumption Chart
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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Blacks & Whites
  4. Color Accuracy
  5. Motion
  6. Viewing Effects
  7. Calibration
  8. Remote Control
  9. Connectivity
  10. Audio & Menus
  11. Multimedia & Internet
  12. Power Consumption
  13. Sharp Aquos LC-40LE700UN Comparison
  14. Samsung LN40C630 Comparison
  15. Panasonic Viera TC-P42S2 Comparison
  16. Conclusion
  17. Series Comparison
  18. Photo Gallery
  19. Ratings & Specs
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