Toshiba SDK 320 DVD Players

SDK 320

User Reviews (3)

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Alex Yang   Casual Listener [Oct 19, 1999]
Strength:

MULTI-REGION WORLDWIDE DVD PLAYER

Imported directly from Japan Made and assembled entirely in Japan, you get unparalled reliability
and quality assurance from Toshiba.

Other featuers include:
* Plays DVD titles from ALL regions 1-6
* Formats: DVD, VCD (up to Version 2.0), CD
* 10-bit 27MHz Advanced Video D/A Converter with Hi-Res Filter
* Multisystem Compatible: PAL/NTSC/Auto
* 24-bit DAC, 96KHz Audio
* Advanced GUI/OSM interface
* 3D Spatializer SRS
* Dolby Digital 5.1/DTS outputs
* Supports Variable Bitrates
* Advanced, easy-to-use remote control
* Gold color metal housing for elite look and feel
* All cables included: S-Video, Composite Video, Audio
* Optical, Coaxial, RCA, S-Video outputs
* Component video output
* Karaoke Ready with 2 Microphone Inputs, Key Control, etc.

Hi guys. I have this toshiba unit too. I bought it from HK and i am using it in the United States. I wonder, when u turn it on, Is the toshiba logo black and white? and can u play CDR or CDRW disc on it? Moreover, anyone live in the US and can tell me where I can get this unit to service if i need to? thanks. Mine is all coded but i haven't tried other region 's DVD yet. thanks
Alex
please send me a email to
kimagurealex@yahoo.com

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Greg Calkin   an Audiophile [Aug 01, 1999]

I have not had the chance to review this product against others. I justown one ...

Hardware : it is a fully equiped player with component, S-VHS and composite
video out, optical and coaxial digitial outs, separate 5 channel dolby
digital out, 2 input mikes for Karoke if you are into that stuff, and
headphone out. It comes in champagne gold only, not my colour choice
when the rest of my hardware happens to be black - sigh. It is also
DTS compatible. I am unsure about mpeg, but I surely do not care.

Mine was supplied all region, and I have not had a disk fail to play so
far, and this includes various notorious disks.

Menus and configuration seem easy enough, although the only time that
I play in here is when switching to wide screen for the odd anamorphic
disks. I have a sony tv that can manually be switched into widescreen,
so the DVD player needs to be switched at the same time, but image
quality is improved.

The remote is fully functioned and well laid out. It is a little large,
but feels good to use. Atleast it is too large to lose in the couch.

Image quality is fine to me, the sonics are all done by my reciever. A
quick listen showed nothing too different between the PCM decode quality
of the DVD player and the Sony DA50ES - possibly, the toshiba was better,
but this was all very unscientific.

I have tested a video cd in it - it played, image quality sucked, no
surprises.

About the only thing that irriates me about the player is that it does
not auto play cd's when I load them. Otherwise, a fine player, good
interface.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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Raymond Hayter   an Audio Enthusiast [Sep 26, 1999]

Picture- excellent. Have seen the picture on a 1.8M screen - no colour bleed,
stable picture.

Audio
- Very good. Built in DD 5.1 - sounds good. CDs sound a little flat so
don't buy this for music.
- DTS out - haven't tested

Features
- Excellent remote control.
- Easy to use menu system

Overall
- Great value for money. Highly recommended if you have an amp with 6 channel
input.


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