Toshiba L9300 4K TV (58L9300, 65L9300, 84L9300)

The Toshiba L9300 4K Ultra HD TV series is Toshiba’s crowing glory for 2013. It was announced along with the rest of the Toshiba 2013 TV lineup at CES 2013 in January 2013.

While we have already covered the Toshiba L9300 series in our Toshiba overview article, we believe it deserved its own article allowing us to go into further detail.

The L9300 is the first and only series of Ultra HD 4K TVs from Toshiba and is available in three sizes, as the 58-inch Toshiba 58L9300, 65-inch 65L9300, and 84-inch 84L9300.

Sony and LG kicked off the Ultra HD / 4K TV market last year with their 84-inch models, which cost a staggering $20k, and $25k. This year we’re not only seeing smaller 4K models coming our way, we’re seeing new manufactures entering into the 4K space, such as Toshiba with their L9300 series.

I’m glad to see that Toshiba are also releasing smaller “normal” sized models along with their 84L9300 84-inch monster.

Toshiba L9300

Toshiba L9300

With a 4K Ultra HD resolution all three models in the Toshiba L9300 series offer a resolution 4x that of 1080p full HD offering the next generation of cutting edge image quality. The L9300’s make use of Toshiba’s own CEVO 4K Quad+Dual Core Processor to power image processing and “Resolution Restoration” technology to deliver advanced enhanced image processing. The Resolution Restoration technology is basically Toshiba’s own advanced upscaling techno9logy which claims to deliver near UltraHD image quality from normal HD sources.

Other image enhancing features also include ClearScan 240Hz refresh rate technology to keep the images sharp and clear during fast moving scenes. Dynamic picture mode, which enhances contrast, brightness colors and saturation. CQ Engine technology for advanced consumer picture quality controls. UltraClear Dynamic Noise Reduction for cleaner images without loosing details, and finally Depth Adaptive Resolution+ for images with better resolution and depth.

Other features also include 2D to 3D conversion, and an ultra-slim bezel with a “sophisticated gun-metal trim” and matching frame stand.  The L9300 is also a “Cloud TV” which is Toshiba’s spin on the Smart TV technology. For more information on this, read the introduction of our Toshiba 2013 TV article.

No word of any prices just yet, but Toshiba have said that the L9300 series will be available Summer 2013!

  • Toshiba 58L9300 | 58-Inch
  • Toshiba 65L9300 | 65-Inch
  • Toshiba 84L9300 | 84-Inch
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2 Responses to “Toshiba L9300 4K TV (58L9300, 65L9300, 84L9300)”

  1. I’m warning everyone across internet. The 4k Toshiba 65L9300 can NOT do video from a iPhone, Android or most other devices directly. Their “cloud” software can only display MPEG file format. iPhone for example does MOV. This tv also can not directly do avi format.

    Video has to be downloaded to a USB stick to display video other than MPEG. Toshiba “claims” that the tv can do video but don’t tell you it has to be downloaded to a USB stick and played that way. I spoke with Toshiba Tech support.

    I’m ashamed to take this $3900 tv back to Wal-Mart.

    This tv is an expensive embarrassment.

  2. hariprasad india Reply 05. May, 2015 at 1:42 am

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