It providing various step-up convenience features over the entry level AV500 series.

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The CV510 series of LCD televisions is marketed towards TV and gaming enthusiasts providing various step-up convenience features over the entry level AV500 series. Both lines offer a panel with a 720p native resolution. With the CV510s Toshiba adds a Gaming Mode and REGZA Link that are found on the higher end 1080p sets. The case design of the CV510 series is distinguished from that of the AV500s using a thinner bezel similar to the more expensive RV530 series.

  • 720p native resolution
  • 14-bit PixelPure 4G processing
  • 720p native resolution
  • Inputs: HDMI x 3, Component, VGA

REGZA Link - Toshiba AV equipment that support the REGZA Link standard can all be controlled from one device. If you have a Toshiba DVD player or other theater equipment hooked up to your television through HDMI you can control the equipment directly from the TV without using a separate remote.

Gaming Mode - When this setting is activated all the internal image processing is bypassed eliminating lag between the system, controller and what you see on the TV.

14-bit processing/8-bit panel - Being a chip company Toshiba's television strength lies in the pixel processing technology with the RV530 featuring the latest 4G PixelPure chip. Processing of the image is done at 14-bit, while the panel displays 8-bit color information. These extra bits are used for more color reproduction and Toshiba claims they should result in a clearer and more vibrant picture. However these extra colors are usually not displayed since the source content itself is the limiting factor.


The naming convention of the CV510 series takes the form of: Toshiba Regza --CV510

  • 32CV510 - 32" screen | March 2008
  • 37CV510 - 37" screen | March 2008
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