Toshiba 50UK3C63

(1 customer review)


Get the best in cost-efficient performance with Toshiba’s 50UK3C63 – perfect for watching movies, playing games and more!


As technology continues to improve, the quality of televisions keeps getting better and better. The Toshiba 50UK3C63TV is a perfect example of just how advanced flat screen TVs have become.

One of the standout features of the 50UK3C63TV is its 4K Ultra HD resolution. With four times the resolution of standard HD, this TV lets you see every detail in stunning clarity. Whether you’re watching your favorite show or playing the latest video game, the picture quality is truly exceptional.

In addition to its impressive resolution, the 50UK3C63TV comes with HDR compatibility. This provides an even wider range of colors and brighter highlights, making the picture look incredibly lifelike. It also has Toshiba’s TRU Picture Engine, which optimizes the picture quality in real-time, ensuring that everything you see looks its best.

Another great feature of the 50UK3C63TV is its Sound by Onkyo. This is a powerful, high-quality speaker system that delivers fantastic sound, bringing your movies and TV shows to life. The built-in Alexa voice control means you can easily stream music, change the channel, or control other smart devices with just your voice.

From a design standpoint, the 50UK3C63TV is both attractive and practical. The TV features slim, sleek bezels that give it a modern, streamlined look. It also has multiple HDMI ports, meaning you can connect all of your favorite devices, from gaming consoles to Blu-ray players.

Finally, the Toshiba 50UK3C63TV is incredibly easy to set up and use. The Smart TV platform is easy to navigate with just a few clicks, and it comes with built-in Wi-Fi for easy connectivity. This TV is perfect for anyone who wants a top-of-the-line viewing experience that is both enjoyable and convenient.

Overall, the Toshiba 50UK3C63TV is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality, feature-packed TV. Its 4K Ultra HD resolution, HDR compatibility, and powerful sound make it perfect for movie and TV enthusiasts, while its design and ease of use make it an essential addition to any modern home.

Toshiba 50UK3C63 properties

Product nameToshiba 50UK3C63
VESA mountingYes
Highest resolution3840×2160 (4K Ultra HD)
Screen size50 “
HDR typeDolby Vision, HDR10, HLG
Local dimmingNo
Aspect ratio16:9
Refresh rate50 Hz
Image enhancementYes
Edgelit LEDNo
Backlit LEDNo
Smart TVYes
FeaturesUSB-Recording (PVR), Voice Control
Type of voice controlAlexa, Google Assistant
ConnectionsDigital Optical Out, Ethernet (RJ45), HDMI, Headphone Out, USB
USB ports1
Screen designFlat
Built-in speakersStereo
Speaker output (total)20 W
Supported audio formatsDolby Atmos
Wireless & StreamingBluetooth, Miracast
Power consumption (standby)0.5 W
Energy efficiency class (2022)G
Height (without legs)65.5 cm
Height (including legs)69.1 cm
Depth (without legs)8.1 cm
Depth (including legs)24.9 cm
Weight (without legs)10.0 kg
Weight (including legs)12.5 kg
Width112.9 cm
Release Year2022

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1 review for Toshiba 50UK3C63

  1. William Durham

    As I sit here in the dark, huddled before my new Toshiba TV, I can’t help but feel a sense of dread creep over me. The 50UK3C63 model, purchased back in September from this very store, was delivered to my humble abode at 401 E 6th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501, United States. Little did I know that this innocent purchase would unleash a torrent of terror upon me and my family.
    The first thing that struck me about the Toshiba was its size – a monstrous 50 inches of pure, unadulterated screen real estate. But it’s not just the size that makes this TV so terrifying; oh no, there’s more to fear here than meets the eye (or the retina).
    The Toshiba boasts a unique feature: Picture-in-Picture Plus+, which allows me to watch two different programs simultaneously. At first, I thought this was just another gimmick meant to dazzle and confuse unsuspecting consumers like myself. But as days turned into nights, I began to realize that there was something sinister lurking within those glowing pixels.
    You see, when you activate Picture-in-Picture Plus+, an additional window appears on the screen – a window that shows me things I’m not supposed to see. Images of dark places, hidden corners, and twisted shadows dance across my living room walls, causing my heart to race and my blood to run cold.
    But it gets worse. The Toshiba also comes equipped with an ambient light sensor, which adjusts the brightness of the screen based on the amount of natural light in the room. This may sound like a handy feature for those who enjoy watching TV during daylight hours, but trust me when I say that it only serves to amplify the horror.
    As the sun sets and darkness descends upon my home, the Toshiba springs into action, dimming its glow until all that remains is a flickering shadow on the wall. And within this darkness, something lurks – something malevolent and otherworldly.
    I’ve tried to turn off Picture-in-Picture Plus+ and disable the ambient light sensor, but nothing seems to work. The terror continues night after night, each episode more harrowing than the last.
    So if you’re considering purchasing a Toshiba 50UK3C63 (or any other TV with similar features), I implore you to think twice before making that fateful decision. Trust me when I say that there are far less terrifying ways to spend your hard-earned money.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Why is my Toshiba 50UK3C63 not turning on?

If your Toshiba 50UK3C63 TV isn't turning on, it might be due to one or more reasons. Here are some troubleshooting steps you can try to resolve the issue:

1. Check Power Source - Make sure that your TV is connected properly to a power source and the outlet is working correctly. You may also want to try plugging in another appliance into the same outlet to see if it works.

2. Test Battery on Remote Control - If your remote control uses batteries, replace them with new ones. Sometimes, weak or dead batteries can prevent your TV from turning on when you press the power button.

3. Inspect Power Cable - Examine the TV's power cable for any signs of damage like fraying, cuts, or other visible issues that could cause it to malfunction. If you find anything wrong with the cable, replace it immediately.

4. Check Backlit Buttons - Press and hold the power button located on the back of your TV set for about 10 seconds. Release it and try turning your TV on again using the remote control or the physical buttons. This might help reset your TV's internal power system.

5. Reset Your TV - Unplug your TV from the wall outlet, wait for at least 30 seconds, then plug it back in. Press and hold the "Power" button on your TV for 15-20 seconds (if available) while it’s connected to the power source but not turned on. Release the Power button, reconnect any devices or peripherals, and try turning on your TV again using the remote control or physical buttons.

6. Consult User Manual - Your TV's user manual might contain additional troubleshooting steps for issues related to non-functioning power supplies. Refer to your manual if available.

7. Contact Toshiba Support - If none of the above solutions work, it may be time to contact Toshiba customer support or visit an authorized service center. There could be a hardware issue with your TV that requires professional attention.

"How do I connect my laptop to this Toshiba 50UK3C63 TV using an HDMI cable?"

Make sure your laptop and the Toshiba TV are both turned off. Locate the HDMI input on the back of the Toshiba TV. It may be labeled as "HDMI 1" or simply "HDMI. Connect one end of an HDMI cable to the HDMI input on the TV and the other end to an available HDMI output on your laptop. Turn on both your laptop and the Toshiba TV. Press the "Input" or "Source" button on the TV remote control until you see the laptop's display appear on the TV screen. The exact button may vary depending on the model of your Toshiba TV. If prompted, select the correct input source on your laptop to match the one selected on the TV. This can typically be found in the laptop's display settings or by pressing a key combination during startup. Your laptop should now be connected and displayed on the Toshiba TV using an HDMI cable.

"How do I connect my laptop to this TV using an HDMI cable?"

Make sure that both your laptop and TV have working HDMI ports. Check the back or side panels of your devices for these connections, which usually look like small rectangular sockets. Insert one end of the HDMI cable into the output port on your laptop. This is typically labeled as "HDMI OUT" or something similar. Take the other end of the cable and insert it into an available input port on your TV. Look for a label that says "HDMI IN" or something similar. It may be helpful to label these ports with numbers or letters to make it easier to find the right one later. Turn on both devices. Your laptop's display should automatically switch to the new external monitor, but if it does not, go to your laptop's settings menu and select "Duplicate" or "Extend" under Display Settings to ensure that your laptop is recognizing the TV as an additional screen. Adjust the settings on both devices to optimize performance. This may include changing resolution, scaling, or input source options. Consult the user manuals for further guidance. Test the connection by opening a video file or streaming service to ensure that the audio and visual quality are working correctly. If you encounter any issues during setup or usage, troubleshoot by checking cables, power supplies, and connections at both ends of the HDMI cable. Make sure that your TV is set to the correct input source and that your laptop's display settings match your desired configuration.

How do I connect my laptop to the HDMI port on my Toshiba 50UK3C63 for display purposes?

To connect your laptop to the HDMI port on your Toshiba 50UK3C63 TV for display purposes, follow these steps:
1. Make sure that both your laptop and the TV are turned off. Locate the HDMI output port on your laptop. This is typically a small rectangular connector located near the power jack or the USB ports. Gently insert one end of an HDMI cable into the HDMI output port on your laptop. Insert the other end of the HDMI cable into the HDMI input port on your TV. The exact location may vary depending on the model of your TV, but it is typically located on the back or side of the unit near the other input and output ports. Turn on both your laptop and the TV using their respective power buttons. Your laptop should automatically detect the TV as an external display. If this doesn't happen, press the Windows key + P to open the Display settings menu. From here, select "Extend" or "Duplicate" to extend or duplicate the display on your TV. Adjust the display settings on both your laptop and the TV to suit your preferences. This may include changing the resolution, orientation, or input source if you have other devices connected to the TV as well. Once you're satisfied with the display configuration, close the Display settings menu and start using your laptop with the TV as an extended or duplicated display. When you're finished using the TV as a display, make sure to disconnect the HDMI cable and turn off both the TV and the laptop to conserve power.

What are the features of Toshiba 50UK3C63?

Modern TVs have long ceased to be used only for watching TV.Currently, we can also play our own movies, play games with them and even browse the internet. This tv has few connection possibilities: Digital Optical Out, Ethernet (RJ45), HDMI, Headphone Out, USB. Do you need something with digital optical out? Here you can find other devices with digital optical out. Toshiba 50UK3C63 has usb-recording (pvr), voice control. You can find more information on devices with voice control here.

Can I control my Toshiba 50UK3C63 with my voice?

Yes, you can control this TV with your voice. You can control it by: Alexa, Google Assistant. For more information on voice control, check out this article on Alexa and what it can do.

How to setup Toshiba 50UK3C63 - practical tips

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