Toshiba 220e owners...

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  1. neily

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    I had an old Toshiba 210e. If I remember correctly, it has auto power off if the player is not used for a while. Do i remember correctly? However i am thinking about buying the newer 220e, and wondered if this also has this feature?
     
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    Yes it does i'm afraid.
     
  3. Paulxflier

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    Could someone pls give me some guidance I have a tosh
    widescreen 36ZP18Q and the tosh 220 DVD (1.5 firmware).
    Connected via component video and coaxle

    Query - If I put film disc in the DVD tht opening picture with menu fills screen but
    when I press play to watch the film it goes to letter box leaving 2-3 inches
    top and bottom, however if I play a normal 4.3 film it plays OK obviously only with
    the 4.3 picture width showing as expected.

    I have adjusted DVD to widescreen 16.9 as per handbook and TV is adjusted
    to automatic format.

    So far I have only watched 2 films lord of the rings and Harry potter, this has
    happened with both of them. I adjusted my TV to fill screen to compensate but feel
    that the picture is being distorted.

    Is this normal or is something wrong:clown:
     
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    Hi Bowenjones
    Thanks for your help so it seems this is normal.
    All the best
     

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