Can anyone please tell me the difference between the Toshiba-36hf73 and the 36hfX73??

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  1. Jason Ed

    Jason Ed Auditioning

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    Hi people, this is my first post here. Ive learned alot just reading. so thanx in advance.

    Im buying one of these 2 TV's this week and i cant seem to find the difference. one is for sale at best buy, the other conn's. Same price, only thing i see different is the front button display is on the outside on the36hf73, while the 36hfx73 has a little click case covering them. Ive looked everywhere on here and on the internet and cant figure it out, please help! thanks.
     
  2. Bill Will

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    Jason, the difference between the sets is that the "X" stands for Toshiba's "Cinema Series" The Cinema Series usually have better sound systems in them & a few more options than the Regular Series does. By just doing a quick check the 36HF"X"73 has a built in Sub-Woofer the 36HF73 doesn't. You can check out ALL the specs on each model at www.toshiba.com Look under Cinema Series for the "HFX" model & under Color Televisions for the "HF" model.
     
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    brentl Cinematographer

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    36 X


    36" FST PURE® Flat Picture Tube
    CrystalScan HDSC™
    720p Input Capability
    Zoom Mode
    16:9 Mode (1080i Vertical Compression)
    Invar Shadow Mask
    3D Y/C (4 MB, 10 Bit) Digital Comb Filter with Vertical Contour Correction
    DFine™ Advanced High Speed Velocity Scan Modulation
    Movie and Sports Modes
    Dynamic Quadruple Focus
    Color Temperature Control (Warm/Medium/Cool)
    TruView™
    CableClear™ DNR+
    Cinema Mode (3:2 Pulldown Switch)
    Megaband™ Wide Band Video Amplifier
    MTS Stereo/SAP with dbx®
    Double Baffle Speaker System
    SRS® WOW
    Sub Bass System (SBS)
    StableSound®
    33 W Audio (Total)
    HD Window™ Multi-Scan POP
    Tri-Lingual Icon On-Screen Display
    Closed Captioning on Mute
    V-Chip
    Off/Sleep Timer
    Channel Return
    Power Return
    Noise Muting
    Favorite Channel
    Channel Lock
    Channel Labeling
    Video Labeling
    Video Lock
    Direct Video Input Selection
    Individual A/V Settings by Input Type
    Speed Tuning
    GameTimer™
    On Timer
    PIP Sound
    Speed Surf
    2-Level Mute
    Front Panel Lock-Out
    QuickConnect™ Guide
    SurfLock™
    RF Input (2)
    Front Panel A/V/S Input
    Dual ColorStream® HD Component Video Inputs
    Rear A/V/S Inputs (2)
    DVI/HDTV Input
    A/V Output (Fixed and Variable Audio)
    Variable Audio Output
    Center Channel Audio Input
    Illuminated A/V Universal Remote Control (6 item)
    Unit: 38 3/16" x 29 9/16" X 24 1/4" (W,H,D)
    154 Lbs

    36 hf

    36" FST PURE® Flat Picture Tube
    CrystalScan HDSC™
    720p Input Capability
    Zoom Mode
    16:9 Mode (1080i Vertical Compression)
    Invar Shadow Mask
    3D Y/C (4 MB, 10 Bit) Digital Comb Filter with Vertical Contour Correction
    DFine™ Advanced High Speed Velocity Scan Modulation
    Movie and Sports Modes
    Dynamic Quadruple Focus
    Color Temperature Control (Warm/Medium/Cool)
    TruView™
    CableClear™DNR+
    Cinema Mode (3:2 Pulldown Switch)
    Wide Band Video Amplifier
    MTS Stereo/SAP with dbx®
    Double Baffle Speaker System
    SRS® WOW
    Sub Bass System (SBS)
    StableSound®
    20 W Audio (Total)
    HD Window Multi-Scan POP
    Tri-Lingual Icon On-Screen Display
    Closed Captioning on Mute
    V-Chip
    Off/Sleep Timer
    Channel Return
    Power Return
    Noise Muting
    Favorite Channel
    Channel Lock
    Channel Labeling
    Video Labeling
    Video Lock
    Direct Video Input Selection
    Individual A/V Settings by Input Type
    Speed Tuning
    Game Timer™
    On Timer
    PIP Sound
    Speed Surf
    2-Level Mute
    Front Panel Lock-Out
    QuickConnect™ Guide
    SurfLock™
    RF Input (2)
    Front Panel A/V/S Input
    Dual ColorStream® HD Component Video Inputs
    Rear A/V/S Inputs (2)
    DVI/HDTV Input
    A/V Output (Fixed and Variable Audio)
    Variable Audio Output
    Center Channel Audio Input
    Illuminated Universal Remote Control (4 item)
    Unit: 38 3/16" x 29 9/16" x 24 1/4" (W,H,D)
    154Lbs

    Looks to be a better remote!

    Brent
     
  4. Jason Ed

    Jason Ed Auditioning

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    WOW, thanx alot guys! much appreciated..

    I guess I will go with the X!

    Now I just have to post about which DVD player to match my TV!! but thats for a different thread[​IMG]
     

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