Impressive HD pictures, Natural skin tones and vivid colours, Good sound quality, Backlighting with local dimming
SD material isn't handled all that well, Internet features are poor, Horrible remote control
The Toshiba 55WL863 is a very accomplished set with a pleasing design, sharp HD pictures and excellent 3D images from Blu-ray discs. But poor Internet features, a bad remote and unimpressive standard-definition pictures relegate it to second best....
Abstract: The Regza WL863 series is the current range-topper in Toshiba’s 2011 lineup of HDTV models in the United Kingdom, owing to the company’s decision not to release the mouthwateringly-specced 55ZL1 which features 512-zone local-dimming LED backlight techn...
Outstanding build quality, Good feature count, Mostly excellent picture quality, Fair price for what's on offer
Online service needs more features, Crosstalk on 3D images, Minor backlight 'bleed' in the corners
For a couple of years now there's been an increasingly wide divide between Toshiba in Japan and Toshiba in the UK.For while Toshiba's Japan division has been blazing a high-end trail with its phenomenally powerful and entirely uncompromising CEVO TVs, ...
Published: 2011-10-20, Author: Mark Hodgkinson , review by: avforums.com
Excellent blacks and contrast, Excellent out of the box greyscale accuracy, Reference calibrated greyscale and gamma, Decent video processing, 3D Blurays looked generally stunning, Very good stab at 'local dimming', Tasteful design, 3D glasses are well de
Daft designer remote control, Side by side 3D is subpar, Smart TV functions feel disconnected and are sparse, Red is badly undersaturated, Autocalibration of colour