Toshiba M7 47 “TV Review – Clarity Champion




The Toshiba M7 excels in clarity. The image is almost twice as bright as other TVs. Also what inputlag regard this television belongs to the absolute top, making him perfect for gamers. The contrast is a bit on the low side, which makes it less impressive as the brightness a little less high. The biggest downside is the level of the software. The number of apps for this TV is disappointing.

Super High Brightness
Very low inputlag
Low power consumption


Moderate software
Moderate contrast

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Price publication: € 800, –

Japanese television manufacturers have struggled to address. Away market share from their Korean competitors Samsung and LG Sony and Panasonic put great to 4k, but the success of uhd TVs late to wait until more content is available and, moreover, the Koreans have a wide range uhd models available. Sharp tries to distinguish itself with extra yellow sub-pixels , but with the M7 Series Toshiba seeks it into something actually much more obvious: clarity.

The Toshiba M7 models have an advertised 700cd / m² brightness about twice as much as most televisions, making them ideal for daytime along to watch. Comfortable with sunlight in the room Moreover, and this is perhaps the main reason, they will, thanks to their high brightness in the eye of a direct comparison to a brightly lit shop.

There are three M7 models are available: a 42-incher, which at the time of writing costs about 700 euros, a 47 “model of about 800 euro and the largest model of 55”, that at around 1600 euro changes hands. For this review we looked at the 47 “model. All models feature an HD display panel that is able to provide through passive glasses, which you get four included with the TV. 3d again

Furthermore, the M7 features smart TV, and there is a built-in media player that photos, videos and music can play music from USB or over the network via DLNA . The connection to your home network can run with a cable, but there is also wifi available. Both the 2.4 and the much less crowded 5GHz band is supported. If you connect a hard disk, it is possible to record the channel you are looking at and pause live TV.


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