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Toshiba 210e

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Ricky27, Mar 12, 2002.

  1. Ricky27

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    I have been looking into upgrding my DVD and it seems that this model is about the best option.
    What are your opinions on this player please?
     
  2. Nic Rhodes

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    Just buy it. It is head and shoulders better than the rest.
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    Check that it can play CDRs, i'm not sure if it can.

    Also consider a DVD player with a second SCART for a loop through which is iseful for daisy chaining RGB devices,again I don't think the 210e has this.
     
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    If you have component video inputs on your tv, then this player has component video outputs which means you don't have to worry about the scart.
     
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    Ricky27

    It's a good player for the cash. Probably the best choice.

    You didn't mention your budget?? I assume it's sub £200.

    It will play CDR CDR/W no problem. It does not seem to be fussy with the media type either.

    Kevo is correct - there is only 1 scart, however whether this is a problem will depend on your situation.

    Cheers

    Laurel
     
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    Ricky27, It's an accomplished player in it's price bracket.Some have reported the drive may be slightly noisey,but imo it compares well with the competition and it plays cdr's. Go buy and enjoy. :)
     
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    An excellent player and excellent value for money.It can be a little noisey when spinning up but you only really notice this if you are sitting close to it.It also plays mp3's. Buy it!
     
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    Hi
    just a thought but what about the Pioneer 444 that the mags keep on about, I have seen it at £179 multiregion- @ upgradeheaven I think !

    JOHN S
     
  9. Ron240

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    Wait.....! just heard about the new 220e.
     
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    Toshiba rolls out three new budget DVD players
    Hitting the streets soon are a trio of new DVD decks from industry stalwart Toshiba. Out in March are the SD-120E and SD-220E. The SD-120E is distinguished at its £160 price point by carrying component video outputs and an Enhanced Audio Mode offering three differents ways for improving audio playback.

    The £180 SD-220E adds to these features MP3 playback from CD-R discs and both optical AND coaxial digital audio outputs (the 120 only has coaxial). The SD-420E, meanwhile, adds a bit of design flare with a stylish half-mirror finish, as well as providing a built-in Dolby Digital 5.1 decoder.

    Posted by John Archer
    To link to this news item, bookmark this address : http://www.whatvideotv.com/news/fra...atvideotv.com/cgi-bin/displaynews.php?id=1598
     

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