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  1. get1a2get1a2

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    i have seen toshiba sd 220e and a scan dvd and dont no which to buy the spec for the scan sc440 sl are listed below

    Introducing the SCAN SC-440SL DVD player. Standing at an overall height of just under 2", it's one of the world's slimmest players. And just because it's smaller, doesn't mean we've compromised on quality. Carrying on in the tradition of our previous award-winning products we've made sure the SC-440SL has all the features attributed to a leading DVD manufacturer such as Dolby 5.1, DTS, SCART etc. It's multi-regional too.



    What's more, we've made the price just as attractive.
    £115.00 + V.A.T. (£135.13 inc)




    44mm height slim design
    (overall height incl. feet 50mm)



    Full-featured remote
    (batteries supplied)


    Rear view
    Comprises video, s-video, RGB, SCART, 5.1, digital audio (coaxial & optical). 44mm height slim design
    (overall height incl. feet: 50mm)
    Multi-regional

    Audio
    - Dolby/DTS/PCM Ready
    - 5.1 Channel True Sound
    - DTS Output
    - Digital Audio Outputs :
    Coaxial & Optical

    Video
    - Video, S-Video
    - Scart (RGB)

    Formats Supported
    - DVD/DVD-RW/DVD+RW
    - VCD/MP3/Kodak Picture CD
    - CD/CD-R/CD-RW
    Video Output
    Signal System : NTSC / PAL
    S-Video : Y - 1.0Vp-p(75), C - 0.286Vp-p(75)
    Scart Jack : 1 x Scart (RGB)
    Audio Output
    5.1 Channel : F/L, F/R, R/L, R/R, C/T, S/W
    Frequently Response : 48KHz Sampling - 48Hz to 22KHz
    S/N Ratio : 110dB
    Dynamic Range : 95dB
    Total Harmonic Distortion : 0.005%
    Digital Audio Output : Coaxial & Optical

    Playable Discs
    DVD-Video / DVD-R / DVD-RW / DVD+RW / VCD / SVCD / CD / CD-R / CD-RW HDCD / MP3 / Kodak Picture CD

    Play Function: Programmed Play / Parental Lock
    Floating Zoom x1.5, x2, x3
    Built-in Screen Saver / Chapter Digest
    Multiple Angle Selection
    16:9 Wide, 4:3 Letter Box, 4:3 Pan Screen
    Dimensions: 420 x 44 x 250mm (W x D x H)
    Weignt: 2.9kg


    will the scan dvd player cover more discs then the toshiba
     
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    but if i bought a dvd writer would i be able to back up my dvds and play them on the toshiba what are they called dvdr does it play svcd
     
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    Toshiba doesn't claim it plays DVD-R or SVCDs, just VCDs.
    If that's important maybe the Scan is a better buy for you.
    Ultimate PQ doesn't seem to be your aim :cool: .
     
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    will take you advise for the toshiba sd220 e can you tell me the best place to buy one with the latest software update what version do i need to go for i have a sony dvps335 dvd as well can you tell me if the quality will be as good as the sony have

    thanks steve
     
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    Richer Sounds @ £119.00.
    Latest Firmware v1.5. If you press " Zoom, 6, 0, 6, Zoom " the display will reveal firmware version.
    Your Sony is a good machine, I wouldn't say the Toshiba is significantly superior.
     

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