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Tosh SD220 vs Wharfedale 750

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by rashomon, Aug 13, 2002.

  1. rashomon

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    Hi all,

    This has been puzzling me for a while ...

    I currently posses a Wharfedale DVD-750 (borrowed indefinately from a friend) and I am conisdering an upgrade to the highly rated Toshiba SD220.

    Richer Sounds are selling the Multi Region Tosh for 135 GBP, however they also sell the now dated Wharfedale 750 for 150 GBP.

    What's that all about? is the Wharfedale a better quality player than the Tosh and hence more costly ... or is it dated and the Tosh outshines it significantly.

    I'd appreciate any opinions on whether or not I should jump in and buy the Tosh or hang on to the Wharfey?

    Cheers in advance,

    Rashomon

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    I think Richer Sounds are selling the Wharfedale 750-S

    This version is much improved over the origonal 750, but still remote hackable
     

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