The REGZA RV525 series from Toshiba introduced in the fall of 2008 replaces Toshiba's 530 Series as their entry-level 1080p line. As an entry-level line the 525s lack a lot of the fancier features of the more expensive step-ups, most notably the lack of 120Hz refresh rate and motion compensation technology. The 525s are actually a step-down below the 530s with the removal of the 4th HDMI input and a 10-bit video processor instead of the 530's 14-bit processor.
- 1080p native resolution
- Dynamic backlight for improved dynamic contrast ratio
- 10-bit PixelPure processor
- 8-bit panel
- 5 picture setting modes
- 8ms response time
- Inputs: HDMI x 3, Component x 2, Composite x 2, S-Video x 1, VGA x 1
DynaLight dynamic backlight - the television's processor analyzes the overall lighting level of the frame and adjusts the backlight accordingly to best accommodate the overall picture.46+ have deep color support
Limits on inputs - The VGA input can handle a maximum resolution of 1280x1024, while the Component inputs max out at 1080i and cannot handle 1080p.
The naming convention of the RV525 series takes the form of: Toshiba Regza --RV525
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