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UPDATED: Toshiba Regza 2009 TV prices and specs

JUST UPDATED WITH UK PRICES.

I've spent today at the Toshiba product launch where the company's full range of 2009 Regza LCD TVs and DVD players/recorders was unveiled, so here's the lowdown on the entire TV range.

DV Series

TV + DVD combi range
19, 22 + 26in
HD-ready
Built-in DVD player
DivX, MP3 and JPEG playback
Freeview tuner
Available in gloss black or white
On sale June

Toshiba 19DV616

AV Series
19AV61 £230
22AV61 £270
HD-ready
PC input
Nicam stereo
Dynamic contrast + Active Vision

Toshiba 19AV615

Regza AV61

26AV61 £380
32AV61 £420
37AV61 £550
HD-ready
3 x HDMI
PC input
Nicam stereo
Available April

Toshiba 37AV615

Regza AV63

32AV63 £450
37AV63 £580
42AV63 £680
HD-ready
42in Full HD model to follow
Resolution +
Meta Brain
4 x HDMI
Active Vision II
Full power down mode
USB JPEG viewer
Game mode
Available April

Toshiba 42AV635

Regza RV

32RV63 £550
37RV63 £630
42RV63 £750
Full HD
50Hz
Resolution +
Active Vision II
Meta Brain
4 x HDMI
Full power down
Game mode
Eco panel
USB JPEG viewer
Available April/May

Toshiba 42RV635

Regza XV

37XV63 £750
42XV63 £830
46XV63 £1030
32in model to follow
Full HD
100Hz
Resolution +
Active Vision M100HD Pro
Dolby Volume
Meta Brain
4 x HDMI
SD card
Game mode
Eco panel
Available May

Regza ZV

42ZV63 £930
47ZV63 £1130
55ZV63 £2000
Full HD
LED backlighting
Active Vision M200HD processing
Meta Brain
Resolution +
Dolby Volume
Deep Lagoon design

Toshiba 47ZV635

Regza SV

46SV £2500
55SV £3500
Full HD
LED backlight
Resolution +
Active Vision M200HD
Dolby Volume
Meta Brain
DLNA connectivity
4 x HDMI Instaport
USB Pro
SD card
Full power down
Deep Lagoon design
Available September

Toshiba 46SV635

For further details of the new DVD players and recorders in Toshiba's 2009 line-up, plus its Cell TV technology and Network Player, see here.

Andy Clough

Andy is Global Brand Director of What Hi-Fi? and has been a technology journalist for 30 years. During that time he has covered everything from VHS and Betamax, MiniDisc and DCC to CDi, Laserdisc and 3D TV, and any number of other formats that have come and gone. He loves nothing better than a good old format war. Andy edited several hi-fi and home cinema magazines before relaunching whathifi.com in 2008 and helping turn it into the global success it is today. When not listening to music or watching TV, he spends far too much of his time reading about cars he can't afford to buy.