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Toshiba BDX1250 Blu-ray Player with BD Live

by Toshiba

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  • Blu-Ray- Enjoy true high definition upto 6 times better picture quality than standard DVD
  • Full High Definiton 1080p -Superior Quality of high definition with exceptionally clear pictures and vivid colours
  • BD Live- extend your movie watching experiance with additional content ie: exclusive downloads and extra scenes
  • USB- Divx, Jpeg, MP3 Playback; play all your digital media including music
  • HD Audio - Dolby True HD and DTS HD via HDMI for exceptional sound quality

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.7 Kg
  • Item model number: BDX1250KB
  • ASIN: B005X9DMK8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Oct. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,404 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The Toshiba BDX1250 Blu-ray Player will bring you a full high definition experience from your HD TV. Watch your films in 1080p playback and bask in remarkably clear, crisp images and stunning colours. This brilliant Blu-ray player guarantees an image quality up to six times superior than standard definition DVD! The Blu-ray player features superb sound quality is provided by Dolby Digital, Dolby Plus, Dolby True HD, DTS Digital Surround, and DTS HD to ensure that the audio matches the HD visual. You can eve

Manufacturer's Description

Enjoy movies in true high definition. The BDX1250 features full HD 1080p playback so you can enjoy movies as they were originally shot for a true cinematic experience at home. Blu-ray offers 6 times the picture quality of standard DVDs and when coupled with a REGZA® LCD TV, enables you to enjoy the superior quality of high definition with exceptionally clear, crisp pictures and vivid colours.

The BDX1250 Blu-ray player offers state-of-the-art home entertainment with BD Live (Profile 2.0) support for access to interactive features enabled on selected Blu-ray discs and Bonus View support for picture-in-picture capabilities. BD Live extends your movie watching experience with access to additional and interactive content and bonus features from the Internet via the Ethernet port. You can access bonus features and exclusive downloads such as alternative endings, extra scenes and trailers, live transactions to purchase product featured in the movie, online chat and trivia games.

For audio output that is just as spectacular as the picture quality the BDX1250 supports Dolby True HD and DTS HD via HDMI as well as 5.1 channel audio. Both audio technologies deliver 100% lossless transmission ensuring that the output is identical to the original studio record

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jake on 8 Jan. 2012
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I ordered this particular player to suit the Toshiba TV I bought earlier from Amazon. It arrived virtually overnight! Simple to set up and was working within minutes, my Blue-Ray discs are so much clearer. The remote only requires 1 battery which is another bonus and there is also the option of using the 'Regza' link which enables the use of just 1 remote to work both TV and Blue-Ray player. I have another Blue-Ray player by a well known manufacturer, it is okay, but not as responsive as the Toshiba. The Toshiba starts up virtually straightaway, unlike the other which takes a minute or so to sort itself out! All in all I am delighted with my purchase, I would not hesitate to buy another in the future. Not too soon in the future. The quality of the Toshiba will ensure I won't need to replace it anytime soon.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David Glasgow TOP 500 REVIEWER on 15 April 2012
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(internet connection needed) for regular firmware updates & BD-Live.

Good for Toshiba/LG/Sony/Samsung/Pananasonic - LCD/LED/Plasma TVs).

I bought this Player during an Amazon promotion and wasn't left
disappointed nope.! it met all my expectations and more with BD LIVE.

I Find the player starts quickly and has silent operation, together with

a common sense approach to the design of a trendy remote control which only needs

one battery, 1x(AAA). I binned the free battery as it was very basic.

I then replaced it with a battery from a pack of Duracel Ultra's. I bought

here on Amazon. I Just wish to say if you want a player that up-scales

normal DVDs to close 1080p as possible using a special processor, then

this player is for you, then there are all the updates you need free, just

wire a Ethernet cable to back of device, or buy the Toshiba wireless wifi adapter.

The setup was pure easy why?? because a Wizard brings you through setup.

The menu system is intuitive, and is a good investment for both young and
older persons, even technophobic s I dare may say.

The screen is well colour saturated, and picture clean and sharp...

All in all for the budget asking price, its money very well spent you will
not regret, Amazon UK were cheapest at time of review...

I also own a decent Panasonic Blu-ray player, at over twice the price, and to be honest there's
no difference in picture quality... So, bag yourself a bargain before they go out of stock.

Plays Cds/DVDs superbly so; - "With Free delivery into boot you really cannot go wrong"...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Crossman on 20 Sept. 2012
Firstly, I bought this player through an internet auction site for the bargain price of £35. Having said that it is well worth the £60 price that is being asked for on Amazon.
Out of the box this player is reading to go in seconds. Plug in your HDMI lead and turn it on and after a quick run through the settings (done in less than a minute) and you are ready to start watching.
I did not get a HDMI lead with the one I bought but you may get one when bought through Amazon.
You do have an option of using a co axil lead so you get sound through an amplifier, which is something I will do later as I do not have the co axil lead at the moment, but they sound through my television (Regza 46" widescreen) was very crisp and clear. Obviously you would want to go through an amp if you want the 7.1 surround sound.

This unit will play blu rays and any region DVD's. I tested regions 1,2,3, and 4. I'm also informed that it may play Region A blu rays (the UK uses region B which play perfectly) but I do not have a region A disc to test at the time of writing.

The unit is very light weight but as a bargain blu ray player you could do a lot worse. I'm very pleased with it's performance. Loading times are quick, as quick as a playstation 3 in my opinion, and the upscaling of DVD's is better than a Playstation 3 I think.

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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By R. Napier on 6 Jan. 2012
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I wanted a small Blu-Ray player with a good range of features that is reliable and quiet.

There seemed to be three candidates; this one and models from Sony and Panasonics. However, the Sony has no display, reviews say that even the on/off light can be seen only from above, and it has a Playstation-type GUI so that all displays and some functions normally found on the remote control can be accessed only by calling up on-screen displays and menus. The Panasonic, according to reviews, has no resume play function to continue viewing from the same point after stopping, and also some reliability issues.

This Toshiba has none of these shortcomings. It has a front display, a wide range of controls on the remote, is quiet during playback, though it can make some noise when it starts to play as it moves to different places on the disc. And to cap it all, it comes at a very reasonable price. It works flawlessly playing Blu-Rays and DVD's and I'm very pleased so far, though I can't comment on the Internet features as I haven't used them.

The only drawback I can see is one that is common with Blu-Ray players and seems to catch out a lot of purchasers. They use the HDMI protocol and because that was designed for high definition where adjusting the aspect ratio is undesirable because it degrades the picture quality, the signal that they produce does not give the options to adjust the aspect ratio that you get with plain DVD players. (That said, some DVD players, like my Panasonic DVD recorder do output format options through both SCART and HDMI, so HDMI is capable of carrying them.)The snag is that many films have been released with aspect ratios that leave something to be desired.
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