Microsoft MS X360 HD DVD Player/Unit DVD Players

Microsoft MS X360 HD DVD Player/Unit DVD Players 


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[Nov 28, 2006]
Audio Enthusiast


Reasonable price, matchs well with Main System, hook ups a breeze and once hooked up you have total control over the content via the remote just like any other DVD player.
A better deal if BluRay bites the big one, at least if HD DVD goes your only out the player and 200 bucks and it will still play any movies you may have bought along the way.
By the way, the picture is amazing we haven't watched a whole movie yet but we did watch the beginning of KK, all I can say if you haven't seen a true HD flick be ready to be surprised as it is all they say it is. The sound quality is on par and the sound effects are fed accurately perhaps not to audiophile perfection, but hey its 200 bucks.
I have a MAC amp and processor, let them handle the digital processing!!!!
This is a HUGE bang for your buck, its a Toshiba 2nd gen player the same basic guts that they are putting on the shelves now.
If you have a XBox 360 and wanted to do HD, this is a great deal and for the most part a almost no brainer.


Fan, I hate fans my previous Panasonic Plasma had fans, they were exceptionally quite but on occasions I could hear them. My new Pioneer has NONE and now that inferno cooling fan on the X-Box 360 buzzs happily away while watching a movie or playing a game, can be annoying at times, thankfully not all the time.
No HDMI hook-up? I am not sure that this is truly a major deal, there is a option for both VGA and Component hook ups, not to mention the later was the cats meow not so long ago as the prem'O' hook-up for video!!!! My Plasma TV has a VGA hook-up in the media box and plenty of other hook-ups(HDMI) as well. I just don't think that other than the fact one cable does all that you loose any picture quality between any of the HiDef hook up options. I will admit I have not done a HDMI hook-up at this point, but what I have seen from the picture quality with my current hook-up I would be surprised if I or anyone else would/could see the difference.

Can't go wrong for 200 bucks, which includes a remote and a HD copy of King Kong.
If you own a Xbox 360 you are ahead of the game for the most part and its better than shelling out 600 bucks on a PS3 that who knows when they will be available.

Customer Service

Its MicroSoft, can be good can be bad depends on the day of the week. Thankfully they apparently are pushing to make this product and media a winner, that makes us winners to.

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