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£200 for DVD with component outputs?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by tosh, Feb 14, 2002.

  1. tosh

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    I have just bought a Toshiba 36ZP18P with component inputs. Unfortunately my Toshiba SD100E does not have component outputs. I have £200 to upgrade to a DVD player that does. Any recommendations?
     
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    Toshiba 210
     
  3. tosh

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    Thanks Markster,
    50 people have read this and I assume none disagree...
    Can anyone top £166.68 from QED?

    Cheers
     
  4. Ian J

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    No-one will disagree but I am sure you didn't want to read 50 identical posts
     
  5. bobones

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    Make sure you buy a Multi-region version. Some shops sell them for about £30 more than the non-modified versions.
     
  6. michaelm

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    Cyberhome ADL-528, £99.00 Richer Sounds.

    Also optical and coaxial digital out and dd5.1 decoder.
     
  7. steev

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    Acoustic Solutions 521/551. The 551 has Dolby 5.1 and I know it does component. Multi-region/VCD/SVCD/MP3/CDR

    £80/120 at Richer Sounds

    If you want a slightly cheaper option. You can always buy movies with what you save over the Tosh, although the Tosh does get consistently good reviews.

    Steve
     
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    After those two last recommendations, let me just re-recommend the Toshiba SD210E.
     
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    Found this link on another thread posted by Brad123.........
    All this for under £200 ($225), will be interesting to see what the reviews say about it.........
    Nintaus DVD
     
  10. Ian J

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    After spending all that money on a 36" Toshiba TV there is no point in saving a few quid by buying a bargain basement DVD player. The Toshiba 210 is the very least that you should be looking at.
     
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    I got my Tosh 210 from Electro Centre for £179.99. Multi-region (including RCE). Picture is fantastic connected to a Tosh 40" RPTV via component. Has to be the way to go!
     
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    It has to be the Toshiba...I had mine on 14 days trial from Richer Sounds.Absolutely no reason to change it,both sound and picture are very good.I upgraded my scart lead ,this also improved the performance.200 quid well spent.
     
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    Try the Toshiba SD210E (multiregion). I got mine this week for £160 & its the best money I've ever spent.

    Toshiba SD210E Multi region DVD
    Kenwood KRFX 9050 amp/reciever
    Mission 702e front speakers
    Mission 771e rear speakers
    Mission 77C1 center speaker
     
  14. tosh

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    the 210 is on order, will arrive on monday

    multi region
    rce
    vcr

    199 squids from dvdmagic
    looking forward to component loveliness...
     
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    Tosh SD210E £185.95 from Richer Sounds, looks good on a Sony Wega KV-28FX60 100hz
     
  16. tosh

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    no vcr though
     
  17. telemacas

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    Who needs a vcr when picture and sound quality are miles better:D
     
  18. Nic Rhodes

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    Two pages and all you need to know is 210. This one is a no brainer, hell even your TV remote can now control the TV. It doesn't get much better than this.
     
  19. dyerseve

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    wow a TV remote that controls a TV - what are the chances:confused: wouldnt it be great if it also controlled his dvd player :D
     
  20. TommyVecetti

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    Was there any particular point in resurrecting a 5 year old thread just for that stupid joke that doesn't make sense?
     
  21. dyerseve

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    yes, absolutely. i wasnt trying to resurrect a 5 year old thread as i didnt realise it was 5 years old - i came across the thread while doing a search.
    ps. the joke makes plenty of sense if you read the original post that i quoted and then my post you just might get it:smashin:
     

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