Toshiba SD2010 DVD Player with USB
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Toshiba SD2010 DVD Player with USB
The SD2010 DVD Player is the ideal choice if you're looking for quality, value and a USB connection. The SD2010 is perfect for those who need an affordable and straightforward way to enjoy their DVD collections. The SD2010 has a slim and stylish gloss black design, so will easily fit into your home entertainment centre alongside your TV and any set top boxes. A wide range of DVD and CD formats are supported and you can also watch DivX movie downloads, view digital photos and listen to MP3s, whilst USB connectivity allows you to playback compatible files from your PC and other digital devices.
USB connectivity provides an easy way to playback your compatible videos, music and photos via your DVD player without the hassle or burning DVDs or CDs. Enjoy DivX movies, JPEG photos and MP3 music without using a disc - simply connect a USB memory stick or other compatible device into the SD2010's USB port.
Many of us enjoy films and TV via digital formats, so why limit your digital videos to just your computer? With the Toshiba SD2010 you can enjoy digital films in the comfort of your living room with the rest of your family. Simply burn DivX movie downloads to a recordable or rewriteable CD or DVD for high-quality playback. With DivX you can fit up to six standard definition movies onto a single DVD, making it easily to store your movie collection in a compact space.
You can also use your DVD player for more than watching films. The Toshiba SD2010 allows you to listen to your MP3 music files via CD-R and CD-RW. By burning MP3 encoded tracks to these discs, your music can be played back over your TV or home entertainment system. Now you have the freedom to use your DVD player as a multi-purpose system - not only does it offer the perfect viewing experience, it's great for playing back your favourite songs.
Enjoy JPEG Photos
Tired of having to view your digital photos on a cramped computer screen? With the Toshiba SD2010, you'll be able to enjoy photos on the big screen by viewing them on your TV via your DVD player. By simply burning your photos to a recordable or rewriteable CD or DVD in JPEG format, you'll be able to easily scroll through your photos via the remote control. Now it's easy to enjoy all of your captured memories in true resolution, from the comfort of your living room.
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NB. You have to enter the standard Toshiba hack to make it multi-region; use remote to open the tray; enter 98790 and there you are (then it will play your USA DVDs).
The weakest link, will be the DVD tray, it is mechanical, could last 1, 2 or 3 years...
Endnote (Dec 2011): After over a year of owning this DVD player it is still working fine. I am buying this player for my mum for Christmas, she is now 80, so she can play my James Garner DVDs.
What a relief, i just tested 3 different region DVDs in it and everything plays, so if you want a multi that really IS a multi that you don't have to mess about with this is it.
Set it up in 5 minutes and it played region 1 and 2 discs perfectly immediately on setup.
I find the remote control very easy to use.
Perfect playback quality.
Very happy with it, especially at such a reasonable price.
Ordered from HARROW ELECTRONICS and it arrived next day - excellent service and I would definitely buy from them again.
The remote feels cheap and nasty and the buttons are very crowded; and the DVD tray feels feels flimsy. It can also be a bit noisy when searching. But all of those seem like minor irritations for the price.
I've had problems using USB memory with it. It couldn't read a fairly new, FAT32, memory stick - or, although it showed the folders, it didn't display any files. But it worked fine with an old FAT one.
Sound and picture quality aren't things that I'm particularly interested in, but it seems reaonable to me.
MP3 playback supports files with a bit rate up to 320Kbps and JPG playback supports photos with a resolution up to 5760x3840 pixels.
This DVD player can also be used as an MP3 converter. Just load an audio CD and connect a flash memory. Then you have the option to choose between normal and high speed converting with four different quality settings. It even creates ID3 tags whenever available on the source audio CD.
I had connected my MP3 player to the USB port in order to convert an audio CD to MP3 and to my surprise the MP3 player was charging while connected to the port! (I assume that portable Hard Disk Drives powered by the USB port could also be connected).
I was also surprised to see that Divx subtitles are supported for almost all European languages. But firstly you have to choose the desired language from the "divx subtitles setup menu". There are five language groups available:
1. Standard: Albanian, Danish, Dutch, English, French, Gaelic, German, Italian, Kurdish (Latin), Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish.
2. Central European: Albanian, Croat, Czech, Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, Irish, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene and Sorbian.
3. Cyrillic: Bulgarian, Belorussian, English, Macedonian, Moldavian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian
4. Greek: English and Modern Greek.
5. Hebrew: English and Modern Hebrew.
Nice specifications so far but unfortunately this DVD player can access only 500 files.Read more ›
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I was pleased with my purchase and the delivery was fast all round great experiencePublished 5 months ago by mark kearney
Yes, I recommend this product. Good Quality & value for moneyPublished 11 months ago by John Turney