Toshiba BDX3200 3D Blu-Ray Player with BD Live
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- 3D- Recreate the cinematic experience at home with 3D for superior home entertainment.
- Blu-Ray- enjoy true high definition upto 6 times better picture quality than standard DVD
- BD Live- extend your movie watching experience with additional content.
- 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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Experience the latest 3D movies in high definition 3D. The perfect companion for your 3D HD TV, the BDX3200 3D Blu-ray player features the latest 3D technology for a superior home entertainment experience. Enjoy 1080p Full HD playback of both 3D and 2D Blu-ray discs for exceptionally clear and crisp picture quality with vivid colours. BD-Live allows you to access additional and interactive content and bonus features such as alternative endings, games and online chat from the Internet via Ethernet port and USB drive.
Superb sound quality is provided by Dolby True HD and DTS HD to ensure that the audio matches the high definition visual performance. You can even play your standard definition DVDs upscaled to 1080p.
*To experience 3D Full HD you need a 3D ready TV, Active Shutter 3D glasses, 3D ready cable, a 3D Blu-ray player and a 3D Blu-ray disc.
BDX1200 Blu-Ray Player, AV Cable; Remote Control; Size "RO3" carbon zinc batteries *2; Simple Instruction Guide.
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I cannot fault the playback quality of either Blu Ray or DVD's. The latter can be upscaled, although I do feel that the upscaling of older DVD's was a little smoother on my Toshiba SD-360E, but there is very little difference on my 37" plasma TV and it may be a misconception on my part that my older machine does this better.
It's useful to be able to play back from a USB stick. I have used it with XviD, H.264 MP4, wmv & mkv and they all play ok. I have not tried 3D because I don't have a 3D TV. This machine has no wifi so I am unlikely to use it for BD Live.
Some people dislike the remote but I find it is very clearly laid out and easy to use.
I won't comment on all it's features because that has already been done, but just to say that it can be customized to quite some extent.
I connect mine via HDMi and co-axial cable which gives the highest quality. There is no SCART, and sadly, no component video (component video has unfortunately been banished by the EEC).
My only negative comments are that the mains cable is very short. It would not reach the mains socket and you cannot detach the mains cable from the player either. The model sold on Amazon comes with a British 3 pin plug and Toshiba do not supply a 2 pin European plug converter either, so if you want to use it in mainland Europe you are on your own!
Enabling the multi-angle or picture-in-picture mark makes an icon appear in the corner of the screen every time a multi-angle or PiP scene is available. It stays on until the scene is over. It would be logical to assume that disabling that option in the player's Set Up menu would simply prevent the icon from appearing... Well, it does not! What it does instead, is make it flash for a few seconds before disappearing instead of staying on all the time. No big deal? With most disc, no - as multi-angle and PiP are features that are thankfully quite rarely used. However, watching something like Star Trek The Original Series proves difficult - multi-angle scenes are abundant (original/new special effects) and seeing that irritating and distracting icon flash every five minutes or so gets rapidly tiring and VERY annoying. When contacted, Toshiba could only confirm the oversight and that there was no way to disable the icon completely. Not a deal-breaker for some, but I know I wouldn't have invested if I had known. I don't know if other makes suffer from the same issue, but it's a problem that I don't have if I watch my discs on my PS3...
A very frustrating issue that really prevents this player from being the great unit that it could easily have been otherwise.
This player has no clock on the front, which is a good indication of what else is missing. Basically, most of the bells and whistles/ gimmicks that more expensive players are sporting. However, if like me all you want is a decent blue-ray player to augment other components of a home cinema setup, then this Toshiba is just the job. It plays 3D blue-ray, standard blue-ray and DVDs magnificently well. No fuss, no frills.
There is a USB port on the front, covered by a flimsy bit of plastic, and an Ethernet connection on the back. No idea how well either work, as those functions are already being taken care of by my TV and Home Cinema boxes. So I think of them as a back up that I hope not to use.
In summary, this is a great BASIC unit, and very good value.
anyway it works well to be honest and I got it because its cinavia free and zone free with cfw so was well worth the £40 we paid for it yay ;) picture is great on his Toshiba 1080p hdtv looks really nice but lack of dts-hd master and dolby true-hd 7.1 is only draw back weve actually found but like I
said its for dad and not me :D and theyre sort of happy with it just clueless with teck :(
I've researched and many people have had this issue with Toshiba blu-ray players. It's a shame as I really liked the product. I called Toshiba to raise this issue and they just fobbed me off to say its outside of the 12 month manufacturer warranty. Cheers for the customer service! I got a refund from the retailer Hughes Direct and will not be replacing it with a Toshiba for sure. Steer clear from them....
Set up the unit on top of my Sony BDP360 and looks nice, sleek and black. Picture quality is on par with the other player, it doesn't have all the options and functions of the other player but it does what it needs to. Simply installed multi region upgrade and set the options. Tested R1 dvd and A locked bluray and play perfectly. It even played the UK Monster's Inc blu-ray which my other player does not want to play!!!
I would recommend this for a budget region free / 3d player. My only gripe is that the USB port is on the front and my USB sticks out so have had to push the two players back from the edge because of this. Think I need to get a mini usb stick!
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Actually i wanted blue ray that can play all region Blur-ray + DVD. Bought BDX3200 and upgraded the firmware with old firmware version(the one that comes with this...Read more