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Toshiba 330

Discussion in 'Shopping, Deals, Discounts & Bargains' started by Brox, Jun 6, 2003.

  1. Brox

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    DM1972 What was your old toshiba? as i'm in the process of comparing my old 2109 with the 220 and so far they look the same.
     
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    I have a 3109 and just updated to the 330 for my panny ae300 projector. the pq from component is superb and will do me until a tosh pal prog appears. For £100 multiregion it has to be the biz

    paul
     
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    Brox,

    The model I had before was the Toshiba SD200E (twin disc tray jobbie).

    I thought this was a great player, but I have to say I'm more impressed with the new 330 model.

    Stephen
     
  4. Brox

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    Thanks for replying - does anyone know if the 330 has a bettter pictire than the 220, using RGB they never seem to say in the reviews!!
     
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    I've just bought one from Amazon and I can say that the picture using RGB is excellent: Very, very sharp with excellent detail.
    I was impressed that such a good picture can be obtained for such little money.
     

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