It has to be said, though, that the 37CV505DB does slightly look its money. The basic design isn't bad; the relatively slender gloss black bezel with gentle curves at the edges is acceptable if unimaginative. But to TrustedReview's eyes the finish looks a bit too plasticky for comfort.
Things are perfectly acceptable when it comes to connections, though. Which is to say you get three v1.3 HDMIs, two on the rear and one down the side, along with a dedicated D-Sub PC port, a digital audio output, a component video input, and all the old-fashioned SCARTs and stuff they urge you not to bother with unless you really have to these days.
As proven by its knock-down price, the 37CV505DB is very much Toshiba's entry-level 37in LCD TV. So you won't be too shocked to learn that it's a little light on fancy features.