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Toshiba

Model # 65HT2U

Internet # 203284059

65 in. Class LCD 1080p 120Hz HDTV-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

Gaze in amazement: Think you need to break your budget to enjoy blockbuster HD entertainment? Not with the Toshiba 65 in. class 65HT2U LCD HDTV. Featuring an all-new design, this big-screen television looks great and are perfect in any living room, family room or home theater. Savor spectacular scenes: Watch your favorite movies and programming in 1080p full HD. Savor fast-action sports or edge-of-your-seat gaming clearly thanks to our exclusive CineSpeed Panel and ClearFrame 120 Hz technology. Show your latest vacation videos and pics with a high-res PC connection. And do it all with the assurance of famous Toshiba quality and reliability. Want more memorable entertainment for your money? Our 65HT2U LCD HDTV delivers.

  • 1080p Full HD, the highest level of HD picture quality available today
  • ClearFrame: Increases the frame rate of standard LCD TV, 1080p Full HD LCD images are now crisp and clear regardless of image motion
  • CineSpeed Panel: This special screen is rated for an eight-millisecond or less response time, which delivers better high-speed video
  • DynaLight: Automatically adjusts the backlight intensity based on the image content
  • Gaming mode: Enhances the gaming experience by reducing game controller delay
  • HDMI port: Scale up your gaming, movies and music on a home theater - with full 1080p high-definition video, and amazingly immersive surround sound

Specifications

Dimensions

Depth with Stand (In.) 
18 
Height with Stand (In.) 
41 
Screen Size (In.) 
65 
Width with Stand (In.) 
61 

Details

Built-In DVD Player 
No 
Commercial Grade 
No 
Display Technology 
LCD 
Electronics Features 
No Additional Features 
HDMI Inputs 
Internet Enabled 
No 
Media Cart Slot 
No 
PC / DVI Input 
No 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Screen Refresh Rate (Hz) 
120 
Screen Resolution 
1080p 
USB Port 
Yes 

Warranty / Certifications

ENERGY STAR Certified 
Yes 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year 

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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Performance for the Price This is the perfect theater-at-home experience. It has a great built-in speaker system that delivers great sound even without a home theater system on. The image looks great in sport events and HD movies. It does include a Digital Optical Audio output, but not a regular RCA audio output. I did had to play around with the display settings to get the most out of it, so don't let the default settings frustrate the satisfaction of your purchase... once you tune it in, it will be worth it! The only missing part is the internet capability, but that would be too much to ask for the price paid on a 65 in. November 28, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor facial tones, Blurred sports This is a very large set. I personally like the sound it is clear and un-colored for the most part. There are a lot of issues with facial tones. The faces look as though they are made up of very few colors and result in splotchy faces (unless close up) When watching sports (football) the TV has a lot of problem processing the action and distorts. When watching a football being passed, the football turns into three distinct blurred images. The processor in this thing just seems to be severely lacking in its ability to handle anything quick. DVD's and Blue Rays are better but still have the same issues as mentioned above. We are seriously looking at returning the unit for a different brand. We had hi hopes for this but they did not pan out with this Toshiba. Poor Picture quality except for slow action or stills. November 29, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Price After looking for a 65" tv, we decided to buy this one because of the price. Eventhough I wanted an LED, this one is not bad. So far I love the Blue Ray movies they look awsome, regular DVDs im not to impresed or maybe i just need to stand a little far from the screen. The tv is good when the camera is not moving so much, but when is moving a lot i think that there is a blur. But definetly we will enjoy it.... April 11, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Best LCD Big Screen Value Ever !! About 4 mos ago, we bought our first LCD TV. A 40" Toshiba that was so impressive, we had to get the new 65HT2U. I literally plugged it in and it has been flawless. The internal sound could be improved but it is amazing with our home theater system. The picture quality is as real as being there live. We have watched more football the last 2 weeks than we have the past two years. This is an incredible value. December 8, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Total Bummer!! My fiance and I bought this TV and were very impressed by the price--I guess you can say you get what you pay for. Within 5 days of having the set, a small black line (one pixel wide) appeared all the way across the TV. We will be returning the TV and steering clear of Toshiba. I've had a Vizio for about 3.5 years now and have never had a problem--I'd go with them again in a heartbeat, just didn't want their 3D 65" model. Even if the line had not appeared on the screen, I was not overly impressed by the picture quality--it was just OK. There was ghosting and movements appeared blurred during action scenes. I would have let it slide and kept the TV though, since the price was great--but the line is a definite no-go. Even though it's a great deal, if you go with this TV you should definitely consider the extended warranty. Had this problem happened after the store's return window, I would have blown a gasket. Best of luck! April 26, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Will not go past 1360x768 am I wrong? This TV is not what it says. Has anyone else tried a computer on it? It fails at 1360x768 and then unsupported video format after that. Even at 1360x768 it wont go past 60hz. This TV is not what it is advertised as. Watch movies with DVD player or cable box great, but no computer. Last time I had to run @ 1360x768 at 60hz was when LCD's first came out. January 4, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very poor VERY POOR I have had this 2 days now the 65HT2U and no matter what we try, we can got get any type of decent clarity. No matter the program sports, news or general TV shows...faces fussy and dark, blurring all over the screen and don't even think about watching hockey or football, the processor can not keep up. I have 2 other TV's... 1 LG and 1 Samsung both 55" and the picture quality is "MUCH" better hands down. I don't like writing the reports such as this but with this TOSHIBA purchase and the very very poor picture I had to express my concerns of this product. I will make the standard comment here and you get what you pay for. Facial colors change from channel to channel like they are a combination color blend...my wife does not like it AT ALL. She will go to another room to watch TV. NASCAR is on this afternoon and if it can not provide a good picture for watching racing I will throw this out for the dump next trip I make. I am so disappointed at this point you have no idea. Other comments say the if you watch it from a longer distance then it's ok...now really why do i want to sit 25 feet away to be able to watch TV. I am at my home not a bar ( but I am not sitting close enough to kiss the screen either). OK I am starting to ramble on but you get the picture (because I don't). I will tell everyone I know and anyone (and everyone) I meet that when (or I will bring it up) the word TV comes up in a discussion/conversation...let me tell you about a TOSHIBA we bought...your not gonna believe this horror story. If it has the word TOSHIBA on it I will not own it.... I promise!!!. March 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nice Wow, I really Like this TV, didnt think I would get another tv when I bought my Toshiba 47" tv. But when I seen this one had to have it. the only thing wrong as others have expressed the sound is lacking, but with a sound system all is OK. January 5, 2012
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