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Capitol to Carry New Toshiba LED TV Line

Capitol is offering a new, feature-rich line of Toshiba LED televisions for residential and commercial applications.
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Capitol is offering a new, feature-rich line of Toshiba LED televisions for residential and commercial applications.

“Toshiba’s new line of LED TVs will be a tremendous boost to our integrators and installers,” said Capitol president and CFO, Curt Hayes. “Even the most basic models are loaded with features, and the innovations at the high-end should open the door for anyone specializing in home theater systems and other high-end projects.”

With screens sizes ranging from 23 to 65 inches, the line is segmented into four series that offer a progressive mix of networking, connectivity, and streaming features so integrators and installers can find a picture-perfect model for every application.

The L1350 series is the most basic, with Toshiba’s Dynalight dynamic backlight, Audyssey sound, dynamic and game modes, three HDMI ports, a USB port, a PC input port, and a high-gloss black finish. The 23-inch model is an Ultra Slim, and the 32-, 39-, and 50-inch models feature the ClearScan 120Hz. The L2300 series offers the option of a gun metal deco and stand.

The L4300 series is equipped with Toshiba’s AutoView and CQ engine—with Color Master, expert mode, and UltraClear DNR—along with four HDMI and two USB ports. It also comes with CloudTV, the company’s server-based Smart TV system that enables users to enjoy more content and in better ways.

Toshiba’s Cloud TVs will put the power of the internet into consumers’ hands with an all new interface that simplifies operation, while providing access to more features and more content, the company says.

The L7300 series offers Ultra Slim models with the addition of a high-bright CineSpeed panel and ClearScan 240Hz. These models also come with a free wireless keyboard and touch pad. And at the top of the line, the L7350 series features all of that plus a 3D display equipped with TriVector 2D to 3D conversion.

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