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Toshiba 46G300U LCD HDTV Review

The 46G300U offers surprisingly deep black levels, but we noticed issues with color temperature consistency.

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Introduction

The Toshiba 46G300U ($999 MSRP) is a decent HDTV. It has some surprisingly good performance aspects, but obvious weaknesses, as well. The wasted opportunity of including a LAN port but neglecting the potential for streaming content is more than enough to turn us off, but we can't entirely ignore the few bright spots the Toshiba 46G300U offers.

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. Vs Samsung UN46C8000
  14. Vs Vizio SV470XVT1A
  15. Vs LG 47LX6500
  16. Conclusion
  17. Series Comparison
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Toshiba 46G300U

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