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toshiba sd350 clarification

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by prvjoker, Jul 17, 2005.

  1. prvjoker

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    this tosh comes with a hdmi, now does this mean I can insert a disc with a HD (.ts file) movie on it and it will play and output correctly?

    these are the listed specs that imply that it does. Otherwise whats the purpose of a dvd player carrying the HDMI in the first place?

    and wow it's so damn cheap if it does lol

    Region Zone 2
    Standard PAL, NTSC
    DivX/MPEG4 compatible Yes
    Compatible Media DVD, CD audio, CD-R, CD-RW, Vidéo CD, SVCD, JPEG, MP3, WMA, DivX
    Removable recording supports No
    Internal hard drive No
    Internal hard drive capacity (in GB) -
    Integrated Audio Decoder PCM, Hi-Fi stereo, Dolby Pro-Logic
    Video Out Video component output (YUV)
    HDMI digital output
    S-Video output (Y/C)
    Composite video output (Cinch)
    Audio Out Coaxial and optical digital audio outputs
    Audio Cinsh outputs (L/R)
    Scart Adapter 1
    Included Accessories Remote control with batteries
    Manual -
    Dimensions (mm) -
    Weight (kg) -
    Manufacturer Link -
    Other Up Scaling Video 720p, 1080i via HDMI

    Progressive Scan
    Parental lock
    3D virtual surround sound
     
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    I doubt very much that it will play HD material. HDMI sockets are there generally to allow a pure digital transfer of picture from source to display - ie dont convert it to analogue to pass via component for the plasma to have to convert it back to digital to display - each time a signal is converted you introduce the chance of error. Secondly it allows upscaled images to be sent but if you have a cheapo DVD player and an expensive plasma the scaler in the plasma will almost certainly be better
     

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