The Toshiba 24SLV411U 24" LED TV/DVD Combo is an ideal choice for any room of the house. With its slot-loading DVD player, you can enjoy your favorite movies and compatible discs. This 1080p ultra slim, stylish screen has an integrated NTSC/ATSC/QAM tuner, which receives digital terrestrial, analog cable, and unencrypted digital cable signals alike.
HDMI connectivity assures one-cable connection to all your digital games and components. And there are additional benefits to HDMI. Your remote control unit will be able to communicate with other devices with HDMI-CEC functions. A USB input allows you to screen JPEG slide shows and share MP3 music with your friends while Game Mode optimizes performance for the fast-paced world of gaming.
Regardless of what you're watching or playing, the DynaLight Dynamic Backlight Control ensures you won't miss the details in the brightest or the darkest parts of the image. The Toshiba 24SLV411U is a great choice when you want big entertainment but don't have room for a real big TV.
- Built-In Combo DVD Player
- Set yourself free with all-in-one convenience. A built-in DVD player means no wires, no clutter, and no fuss. Streamline your entertainment and easily pop in your favorite DVDs, transforming your living space into a mini-home cinema
- 1080p Resolution
- See colors and details like you never have before. Enjoy the highest level of HD picture quality with 1080p Full HD
- Automatically adjusts the backlight intensity based on the image content
- Gaming Mode
- Enhances the gaming experience by reducing game controller delay
- Native Mode
- Displays the 3% to 5% of the image that is generally lost during the normal over-scanning that is done in most TVs
- Energy Saving TV
- Toshiba is committed to playing a leading role in helping establish a sustainable society
- USB Connection
- Easily connect to your favorite tunes and photos, create slideshows, or listen to your personal playlists with this feature
- Native Mode
- Easily take control with Native Mode. This technology displays the image edges normally lost to over-scanning
- Convenience Features