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181. Toshiba DST-3100 Set Top Box
Too low to display list($349.99)
182. Toshiba MD24F51 24" Flat TV/DVD
$85.00
183. Primary Battery Pack 18M
$259.99 $257.99 list()
184. Toshiba SLIM SBAY DVD-RAM R RW
$149.95 list($99.99)
185. Toshiba SD-4900 Progressive Scan
$168.95
186. Toshiba MK8026GAX - hard drive
list($229.99)
187. Toshiba SD-V390 Progressive-Scan
$79.95
188. Toshiba 2.5IN 30GB 4200RPM HRD
$465.49 list($489.99)
189. Remanufactured Toshiba E800 POCKET
$370.99 $368.47 list($399.81)
190. Toshiba TLP-LV1 Replacement Lamp
$427.99 list()
191. Toshiba IK65WDA Camera, IK-65WDA,
list($299.99)
192. Toshiba SD-43HT Progressive-Scan
$58.98
193. Toshiba Battery for Satellite®
$6,499.99 $3,525.57 list($3,999.99)
194. Toshiba 42 Widescreen HD Plasma
$105.99 $69.99 list()
195. Toshiba 120W GLOBAL AC ADAPTER
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196. Toshiba PDR-3300 3.2MP Digital
$129.88
197. TOSHIBA SDPBP50 Replacement Battery
$67.88 list($79.99)
198. Toshiba SD-2900 DVD Player (Black)
$89.00
199. TOSHIBA PA3163U-1BRS Ni-MH Battery
$8,959.99 $18.51 list()
200. Adapt Software App Z310

181. Toshiba DST-3100 Set Top Box
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B0000AMSHS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 27562
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Features

  • Digital, off-air receiver (ATSC); analog, off-air receiver (NTSC); cable TV (NTSC) receiver with multi-satellite capability
  • HD/SD simultaneous output; output resolution (480i/480p/720p/1080i)
  • DVI/HDCP output satellite input; off-air antenna; cable input; RF output jack: (75 Ohm, F-type)
  • ColorStream HD (Y, Pr, Pb) component video output; S-video output; 2 A/V output jacks
  • IR and RF universal remote control for use anywhere in the house

182. Toshiba MD24F51 24" Flat TV/DVD Combo
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B0007RB1W2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 30193
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Product Description

Toshiba Consumer (TV/DVD/etc) (MD24F51) 24" Flat TV/DVD Combo ... Read more

Features

  • Compatibility with Video CD and CD-R/CD-RW discs
  • JPEG Viewer enables you to create slideshows with digital photos stored on disc
  • Digital audio output connectsto your multi-channel audio/video receiver for surround sound content
  • 24-inch flat CRT combo TV/DVD player; measures 25.75 x 21.75 x 18.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • Double baffle front-firing speaker design

183. Primary Battery Pack 18M

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Asin: B0000BY4QR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 55977
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Product Description

This Toshiba Primary Battery Pack is a 6-Cell, rechargeable, removable Lithium Ion battery. Avoid finding yourself on the road with a dead battery by adding extended power capabilities to your portable computer with an additional battery pack. ... Read more


184. Toshiba SLIM SBAY DVD-RAM R RW ( PA3231U-1DV1 )

our price: $259.99
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Asin: B00008XOLP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 20247
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185. Toshiba SD-4900 Progressive Scan DVD Player
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000C1ZHO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 8104
Average Customer Review: 3.72 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Get the most from DVDs and CDs with Toshiba's SD-4900 single-disc DVD player, whose ultimate progressive-scan Super ColorStream Pro component-video outputs produce seamless, flicker-free images with high-definition and HD-ready TVs. This is every bit as much an audio player as a video player, with DVD-Audio compatibility and MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) decoding from CD-R/CD-RW. You can also watch customized digital-picture slideshows using recordable CDs filled with JPEG image files.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the SD-4900 stands ready to deliver the full potential of DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

The SD-4900 also performs 3:2 pulldown. DVD mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion. Conventional composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television. The "expanded" mode in the player's black-level setting produces richer, deeper black tones in every image. PLUGE (Picture Line Up Generation Equipment) delivers black as well as below-black signals to a television.

DVD-Audio offers super high-fidelity (192 kHz/24-bit) sound. DVD-Audio discs provide multichannel and stereo sound, incredible storage capacity, and unique bonus materials not available on regular audio CDs. Because the DVD-Audio signal is too high-resolution for the digital-to-analog converters in current surround receivers (and also as an anti-piracy measure), the SD-4900 performs its own decoding of DVD-Audio signals, passing high-resolution analog, not digital, audio to your surround receiver. This means you'll need an audio/video receiver with multichannel analog-audio inputs to appreciate this feature.

A set of left/right analog-audio outputs channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's digital-audio outputs (one each coaxial and optical) for direct connection to a digital AV receiver, and with these formats the choice is yours: route the surround signal digitally or use the same analog outputs you use for the DVD-Audio signal.

Playback options include 3-D DNR (digital noise reduction, which reduces random noise in DVD images by comparing each frame of information to the previous and succeeding frames), bookmarks, a powerful 16x picture zoom, and parental lock.

EAM (Enhanced Audio Mode) offers three audio-enhancements: "normal" mode equalizes regular digital-audio signals; "3-D" provides virtual surround sound through Spatializer N-2-2 circuitry; and "Dialogue" enhances the center-channel frequencies when you're playing Dolby Digital-encoded discs via the D-R1's analog audio outputs.

What's in the Box
DVD player, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and a stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable. ... Read more

Features

  • Progressive-scan ColorStream component-video output for ultimate DVD picture quality (with an HD or HD-ready TV)
  • High-res DVD-Audio compatibility with 6-channel analog output; choose analog or digital routing for Dolby Digital and DTS sources
  • MP3- and WMA-CD playback; JPEG photo viewer displays digital photographs and slideshows on your television
  • Offers 3:2 pulldown, black-level expansion, multiple picture settings, 16x picture zoom
  • 3D-DNR (digital noise reduction) reduces random noise in video CDs, poorly mastered DVDs, and zoomed images

Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars A solid performer from Toshiba
This is a great DVD player. It does a fine job playing DVD/CD's in multiple formats including WMA & MP3. It has a good tech appearance and solid housing (many of the $100 DVD players are very plastic feeling/cheap looking). The remote is functional, but somewhat crowded on top with small buttons and visually unappealing. Basic RCA cables are included...buy component video cables (Y Pb Pr) if you want to utilize the progressive scan capability and MAKE SURE your TV has these inputs! It also has S Video and Digital coax and optical output - some of the less expensive DVD players only have basic RCA in/out connectors. The SD-4900 also has 5.1 surround sound connectors - compatible with a DTS receiver. Very good front panel controls. Overall an excellent choice.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great Featuers - lousy performance
Pros - great video

Cons - sometimes it works, sometimes it does not

I have been an avid Toshiba TV and DVD user for years. Great and reliable products. I bought this DVD player after much research. It seemed a great deal. I needed a Digital Decoder in the DVD player since my receiver is, unfortunately, only digital ready. My old Toshiba, dual-disc, digital-ready DVD player had no problems with this shortcoming. This player, however, has proven very frustrating. Sometimes, it works, sometimes it doesn't. Video is always excellent, but audio either works great or works not at all. It is not a connection problem. One dvd will work, the next will not. The same dvd will work for titles, but will not provide sound otherwise. That same dvd, on the other hand, will work one time, but not another. I am sure it is merely a defective unit, but I saw at least two other units at Best Buy for sale as open items. Maybe I am a little too conspiratorial, but I see no reason to believe that these units anything other than likewise temperamental. I will return and buy a more expensive unit that, hopefully, will work.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product, unfairly slandered by morons
I've had this player now for about 4 months, and it's been great so far. Very clear, accurate color, and fast response. Layout of the remote is a little wonky in some respects, but i've come to expect this as commonplace with most players.

Seeing the negatives some people are mentioning, however, I feel compelled to defend this player, as it's getting a lower rating than it truly deserves - largely due to ignorance.

First, concerning the "booby trap" issue. It's not a trap, it's progressive scan. If you don't have an HDTV, PS isn't going to do much for you anyway! If you try to set the player as PS, and your television can't handle it, of course your display is going to bug out for a bit. If you check the manual, however, this "trap" is mentioned, and it's resulting fix to reset the settings. People are saying "good luck" like Toshiba is to blame for this, when it's simply the result of people hitting buttons and selecting options that they don't know anything about.

As for the time/chapter display, this is shown on the front panel of the unit - just like virtually *any* player out there. The reason you can't simply pause the player for hours and leave it in the same spot is more a matter of liability control on the part of Toshiba - doing this is BAD FOR YOUR PLAYER. It's bad for any disc-based drive.

To finish this up, this is a great product that displays audiophile quality in *certain* areas. It has it's warts, such as the remote, but has been almost perfect throughout my experience with it. If you know how to operate a DVD player without selecting stupid options and mistreating the unit, this one is great for you.

If you're the type of fool who fries their previous DVD player, complains about not being able to read the front panel properly, or can't figure out how to display the remaining time on a disc, then by all means...stay far, far away. From all electronics.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best DVD player ever!
Wow. This DVD player is awesome. I have had it for almost a year and it has never let me down. About the Progressive Scan problem, I read the instruction booklet about it. You need a Progressive Scan compatible TV.
I love all the features, and the remote layout. All the music features rock, and the 3D surround sound is great!
I recomend this product to anyone looking for a High-Quality DVD player.

4-0 out of 5 stars Booby trap fixer upper
I had the same pro scan problem with this (otherwise excellent)Toshiba DVD player, but it's not difficult to correct. The instruction manual says to press the 'stop' button to turn off the disc you're trying to watch, then press and hold the 'stop' button for at least 5 seconds. The Toshiba screen saver should then pop right up on your TV screen. Good luck... it worked for me. ... Read more


186. Toshiba MK8026GAX - hard drive - 80 GB - ATA-100 ( HDD2191 )

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Asin: B0002BNS60
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 25776
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187. Toshiba SD-V390 Progressive-Scan DVD-VCR Combo
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B00008BO91
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 15253
Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SD-V390 offers a convenient, one-unit source for high-quality entertainment in both DVD and VHS formats. The progressive-scan DVD deck offers high-resolution video outputs (for use with high-definition and HD-ready TVs) and plays a variety of optical content, including DVD-Video, DVD-R, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and video CD, as well as MP3 software files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs. Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the SD-V390 stands ready to deliver the full potential of DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, providing higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. Additional composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television.

A four-head, hi-fi VCR gives exciting, stereo playback for your entire library of VHS tapes. It's even possible to play a DVD while simultaneously recording a TV broadcast to videotape. For enhanced picture quality during VHS playback, the 4-head hi-fi VCR utilizes a pair of 19-micron video heads, which deliver exceptional (near SP) picture quality of content recorded and played back in the extended play (EP) mode. Making VCR recording even easier is record-end search, which quickly finds the next space available on the tape for recording, eliminating the need for endless rewinding.

Into digital photography? This unit's JPEG feature makes it easy to view digital photos burned to recordable CDs. A set of left/right analog-audio outputs channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's digital-audio outputs (one each of RCA coaxial and Toslink optical) for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver. In addition, readily accessible front-panel AV inputs permit easy connection for a game console or a camcorder for simple dubbing of home movies to the VHS deck. ... Read more

Features

  • Space saving combination DVD player and 4-head, hi-fi VCR
  • Progressive-scan video output offers seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, VCD, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 CD, and JPEG image CD
  • Optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs channel Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound to compatible receiver and speaker systems
  • VCR includes 19-micron heads for clear EP recording, record-end search, and commercial skip

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid product, long-lasting use
Great price, great value, great quality, decent customer service. Toshiba is doing things right. The V390 has progressive scan which gives you clearer pictures than regular DVD players. The VCR has self-cleaning so you don't have to clean the heads often, maybe once every couple years should suffice. Everything works fine. Obviously, you can't copy most commercial DVD movies to VHS tape, due to Macrovision protection. Toshiba and Panasonic now also sell DVD burners for home use, and they are cool (but still expensive).

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but remote needs work
I found the response speed to the rewind/fast forward button rather slow. The VCR timer programming for recording is extremely awkward. For example, instead of pressing the numbers to set the start/end times, you have to hold down an arrow button for a long time to get to the hour/minute as there is no separate hour/minute/am-pm setting. When rewinding/fast forwarding while playing, the counter will not appear on the TV screen but only on the VCR.

The position of the buttons favor the DVD player even when the buttons are shared functions with the VCR. When using the VCR you have to hunt for certain buttons. Most of the important buttons are rather small. Certain functions which can be shared have separate buttons.

As you can see, I use the VCR a lot more. You do not have to turn off the unit to activate the timer like other VCRs, which allows you to watch DVDs while recording, but became a problem when it recorded over a tape I was watching.

Size of unit is deeper and wider than our old VCR and DVD players but still fits in our standard size wall unit.

Some good things are that the picture quality seems better than the other VCRs I have. Also has front and back inputs which allows us to hook up the cable (back) and camcorder (front).

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy This Product
Video Tape recording quality poor and sometimes wouldn't record at all even after cleaning the heads and buying new tapes. Warranty is useless.

Remote is poorly designed. Also, you cannot use the numeric keypad to set the time when you want to record.

Switched to the Panasonic DVD Recorder with an 80 GB hard drive and will never go back to tape.

5-0 out of 5 stars We love it!
Great combo! We've had about a year and it has worked beautifully for us! Very user-friendly. No problems whatsoever.

5-0 out of 5 stars DVD-DCR Combo
I know a lot of people are against combo systems, but I have never had a problem with this machine. It performs great and tapes well. ... Read more


188. Toshiba 2.5IN 30GB 4200RPM HRD DSK DRV ( HDD2181 )

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Asin: B00008RGYM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 69839
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189. Remanufactured Toshiba E800 POCKET PC PDA
list price: $489.99
our price: $465.49
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Asin: B0002YFCGG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 84369
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Features

  • Easy data synchronization with your PC
  • Built-in SD and CF slots supports storage, communication and other options built in wifi
  • Keep track of To-Do Lists, your schedule, and important appointments
  • Store and access names, addresses, and phone numbers
  • Download email from your notebook using Microsoft Active Sync┬«* 3.7 and read them later! (*included on Companion CD)

190. Toshiba TLP-LV1 Replacement Lamp for TLP-S30U & TPL-T50M
list price: $399.81
our price: $370.99
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Asin: B00007J8SE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 30878
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Product Description

Replacement Lamp for Toshiba TLP-S30UProjector ... Read more


191. Toshiba IK65WDA Camera, IK-65WDA, Wide Dynamic Color

our price: $427.99
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Asin: B0006ZSPRO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 10283
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Product Description

Toshiba Security Products continue to lead in video surveillance technology with the introduction of the IK-65WDA a feature-rich 1/3 CCD color camera that boasts 133 times dynamicrange and extreme low light capabilities to help CCTV professionals achieve outstanding imagequality in the most severe lighting conditions. This camera captures legible color images of both the background and foreground where standard cameras only produce dark or washed-out images.This dual purpose camera also has multiple day/night modes 53dB signal-t -noise ratio and Digital Noise Reduction to provide clean noise free superior images. Features133 Times Dynamic Range enables the IK-65WDA to reproduce both very dark and very light images within the same frame53dB signal-to-noise ratio makes this camera Digital Recorder Ready Super Day/Night Mode with Dynamic Shutter Control allows the camera to reproduce images in areas that even the human eye cannot perceiveDigital Noise Reduction0.001 Lux @F1.2 Minimum IlluminationUser-Definable Day/Night ThresholdUp to 1/100000 sec. Shutter SpeedMenu-Driven Programming3 Year Warranty ... Read more


192. Toshiba SD-43HT Progressive-Scan DVD Home Theater System
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B0000AJ5BC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 12737
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

Enjoy rich, full-bodied surround sound from a stylish, slim-design system with Toshiba's SD-43HT. The system consists of an audio/video receiver coupled with a single-disc DVD player, a 5.1-channel speaker package, and a powered subwoofer. The DVD player is equipped with a progressive-scan output for superlative images on high-definition and HD-ready televisions, and in addition to full surround processing the system also plays your homemade CDs filled with MP3, WMA, and JPEG sound and image files.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the SD-43HT's ColorStream Pro DVD player stands ready to deliver the full potential of DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, providing higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. Composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television.

The SD-43HT also features Toshiba's Digital Cinema Progressive feature (3:2 pulldown). DVD mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

The speaker package features four satellite speakers with 3-inch drivers (front and surround left/right, powered by 50 watts apiece), a larger center-channel speaker (for handling most dialogue and critical sound effects, also 50 watts), and a 70-watt, 8-inch subwoofer to drive home the foundation-shaking bass effects of your favorite movies. Surround processing includes decoding of Dolby Digital, DTS, and Dolby Pro Logic II (which generates surround output from stereo sources), and an optical digital-audio output facilitates hookup with a CD recorder or alternate surround processor.

The Digital Photo Viewer lets you see digital JPEG photographs on any television; an intuitive onscreen display helps you customize slideshows with a few simple clicks of the remote. You can zoom, rotate, and pan the photos, as well as set the actual viewing time of each slide. Other features include black-level expansion (which enables the DVD player to output a 0 IRE signal for richer, deeper black tones than standard players), picture zoom, two auxiliary video inputs (one with S-video) for your VCR or other devices, and a preset remote control. The color-coded connections add convenience and make set-up a snap.

What's in the Box
DVD player/receiver, 5 satellite speakers, 1 subwoofer, AM loop and FM antennas, remote control, user's manual, stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable. ... Read more

Features

  • ColorStream Pro progressive-scan component video outputs for seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Digital Cinema Progressive (3:2 pulldown) optimizes DVD-based movies for their native 24 fps film rate
  • 6-speaker system with 50 watts per channel (left, right, center, left/right surround), 70-watt powered subwoofer
  • Full decoding of Dolby Digital, DTS, and Dolby Pro Logic II 5.1-channel surround sound formats
  • MP3, WMA, and JPEG CD-R/CD-RW compatibility, headphone jack

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars a great region-free home theater system on a budget
PROS: easy to set up; solid video and sound; handles layer changes well; region-free
CONS: limited A/V in/out; slow to open DVD tray; clunky 'time remaining/elapsed' displays

I am satisfied Toshiba customer. I bought my first DVD player (a Toshiba SD-1200) in March 2000, and it's worked perfectly to this day. So when I felt it was time to upgrade to surround sound, it's no surprise that, after comparing prices and features of competing brands, I decided on the Toshiba SD-43HT. If you're like me, and you want to take advantage of Dolby 5.1 and DTS tracks on DVDs without spending thousands of dollars on equipment, this entry-level system is a great value at under $300.

The color coded wires make it easy to set up right out of the box. The wires are 18 gauge and 50' in length for the rear speakers, 25' (I think) for the front. You may want to upgrade to a lower gauge and replace these generic wires when you can. However, the wire connecting the subwoofer is permanently soldered on--and is extremely difficult to untie when first setting up the system. Toshiba should have really used twist-ties when packaging this system!

Some home theaters offer 60 or even 70 watts/speaker of power, but I think these 50 watts speakers provide plenty of volume for even a larger sized room. The experienced audiophile may balk at the quality of the sound, but for the typical listener, this system is more than sufficient. Listening to the DTS mix on my Hero DVD is an amazing experience. You'll never be able to watch a movie without surround again. Advanced users may also like to tweak controls like the midi/bass/treble controls, but there are none to be found on this system, only levels and delays. (I haven't played any CDs, but I would suggest the user who finds the subwoofer dominating his music to turn down the s/w level.)

The Toshiba SD-43HT offers stunning video quality. I have an older television, so I can't comment on the SD-43HT's progressive scan, but I'm sure it's even *more* stunning. The unit has composite video, s-video, and component outs. I've never encountered layer changes on DVDs where I know layer changes to occur, such as in the LOTR Two Towers extended edition. As for features, the player fast forwards in 2x, 4x, 8x and 32x. It has a zoom capability of 1.5x, 2x and 3x. There's JPEG slideshow and mp3 playback, and AM/FM radio. VCDs burned onto CD-R and CD-RW discs play fine.

Finally, if appearances are important, this unit is pretty stylish looking. The player/receiver is slim, and the speakers and subwoofer don't look cheap and bulky like some brands. It's silver and gray so it looks nice against white and black surroundings.

Now, for some negatives: There is no audio out, which makes dubbing DVDs impossible. But more importantly, you can't take the player to a friend's house, connecting with a regular composite A/V cable, and leave the speakers at home. Also, the system offers only a digital optical input. This is compatible with the Playstation 2 and XBox, but a lot of digital cable boxes are coaxial digital (they have orange plugs that say SPDIF) and if your cable box is like mine, you'll need to be buy a digital optical cable, a coaxial digital cable, and a coaxial digital to digital optical converter to enjoy 5.1 sound from TV broadcasts.

It takes almost ten seconds for the DVD tray to open. My old Toshiba SD-1200 opened in two seconds. You will be standing in front of your player, holding a DVD, tapping your foot, and saying 'Open, already!' Another minor problem: the SD-1200 would give the title elapsed, title remaining, chapter elapsed and chapter remaining all with one press of the DISPLAY button. The Toshiba people were clearly trying to minimize the text on screen, but it's annoying to have to click the REMAIN button and cycle through all the time options. It also 'pops' the audio when it goes from one option to the next.

Most surprisingly, this system can be made region-free with a simple hack. Turn the player on without a disc. Press 'Enter' on the remote, then '8-4-2-6-9,' 'Enter' again, and the player should turn off automatically. (If for some reason it doesn't, try turning it off yourself.) The next time you turn the player on, it should be region free. If doesn't, your player was manufactured differently. I tested using region 0, 1, 2 and 4 DVDs, interchanging them, and they all work perfectly -- no hiccups. The PAL colors look fine on my NTSC set. (If you have a PAL television, you can switch between NTSC and PAL output by pressing the Zoom button when the player's off. So yes, you can use the Toshiba SD-43HT in other countries, although I'd be interested to know how you skirt the voltage issues.)

The Toshiba SD-43HT is terrific. Easy to set up. The quality of sound and video is the best for the price. The features match anything else on the market. It just looks great in your living room. And it's region-free. (I really just wished the player had a composite audio out, and the tray opened faster.) I recommend this system to anyone who's looking for a home theater experience on a budget!

UPDATE: Six months later and I'm still loving my Toshiba SD43HT. No problems whatsoever.

5-0 out of 5 stars High Quality, Great Price
After doing a considerable amount of research on 'home theatre in a box' systems, I decided to pick the Toshiba SD-43HT system. My budget was between $250-$300. This was actually priced lower than that, so that was a bonus. More money to spend on DVDs!

First - the DVD playback. This is progresive scan, and I have an HDTV. My old DVD player which I've had for a couple of years was not progressive scan, so I was really looking forward to seeing what the big deal was with progressive scan.

Wow!

After I got the systen set up I popped in "The Fast and the Furious" and cued up the first race scene. The picture was amazing! It is worth noting that I also picked up some Monster Component cables which should also be helping in giving a great picture. The picture was razor sharp and the color was very vivd and true to life. Remember when you first switched over from VHS to DVD? That is what it is like jumping from "regular DVD" to progressive scan on this system. Wow.

Next - the sound. This system comes with 5 satellite speakers plus a subwoofer. The sub is not powered, it is passive and gets 70 watts. The satellites are 50 watts/channel. So the sound system comes in at under 400 watts. Most systems in this price range come in around 500, so it isn't as powerful. However, this sytem has excellent sound. Again, the race scene in TF&F looked excellent, and the surround sound was awesome. Very clean, pure digital sound. The subwoofer boomed, and the satellites held there own. It is plenty of power for me. You probably aren't going to "feel" the sub like you would on a high-end system, but thats ok. This system pumps out the sound very well.

I plugged my digital cable box into the DVD player/reciever and was plesantly suprised to hear very clean, clear 5.1 surround sound coming out of it. So now recgular televsion can be enjoyed in surround sound! Also, CDs sound great. It even read my MP3 Cd with no problem!

Overall I am very happy. I got what I paid for. This is not a $3,000 home theatre system. But it packs a punch for the price for sure. Definitly worth checking out.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great performance and value
This is a great system for someone who doesn't have the money or time to get the separate pieces for a super powerful home theater system. It sets up easily and has plenty of wire. If you need an extension for some reason (as one reviewer did), there's no problem with the wire being unconnectable from the sub, just splice in a longer cord...it's not that hard and doesn't affect performance. I added several feet to run it over a door frame. The sounds quality is great and the fact that you get the choice of Dolby and DTS is great. (You'll learn to hope for DTS on DVD boxes for obvious reasons). I've had this system for 6 months in my college apartment, where it gets TONS of use and gets abused for movies and audio. We have never had a problem with performance or reliability. The only real downfault is the slow opening of the tray, but the outcome is worth the wait. And it does have limited inputs, but that's because it's not really a reciever...it's for home theater. If u want a full reciever, go drop $500 instead of whining about a sub $300 system w/ progressive scan DVD not having the features you want in a reciever. Bottom line, this is a great buy and will put a smirk on your face when you watch your first movie. It can take a beating and still perform perfectly. If you're out for surround sound, this is your system.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worthless piece of metal.
About four months after buying this product, it quit working. I still get sound, but no picture. Toshiba basically says its out of warranty, call a repair place. The repair place wants a minimum of $125 with no guarantee they can fix it, they actually advised me to toss it and buy a better one! So, my Amazon purchase of $219 got me viewings of about 10 dvds and now its a - rather crummy - cd player. I thought that the speakers were actually pretty poor quality, but figured they would do for movies, I certainly wouldn't listen to quality music on them. These systems seem to be failing about 20% of the time so, if you feel lucky, go ahead and buy, but remember that if you are in the 20% you are basically out your entire purchase price. I will never buy another Toshiba product, or any other manufacturer that only carries a lousy 90 day warranty.

1-0 out of 5 stars Follow-up: Too bad I can't rate this 0 stars
This machine broke down after fewer than a half-dozen uses, unfortunately past Amazon's 30 day return period. Toshiba takes no responsibility for their defective SD-43HT, expects a $80.00 "handling fee" just to return it, plus does not cover labor to repair this BRAND NEW equipment. NONE of this is spelled out in the Warranty. Toshiba totally cops out of any accountability for this lousy product. Amazon: your customers expect better than this. Shoppers: Don't buy this thing. ... Read more


193. Toshiba Battery for Satellite® Centrino(TM) M30/M35 Series Notebooks (PA3332U-1BRS)

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Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
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194. Toshiba 42 Widescreen HD Plasma Display with Built-in Speakers and Tuner- 42HP83P
list price: $3,999.99
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Asin: B0000AMSOV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 115130
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Product Description

The 42HP83 plasma TV is loaded with features to deliver the absolute best picture to your home theater. The HD Dynamic Contrast feature continually analyzes picture information and enhances those parts of the picture with the most detail information. ... Read more

Features

  • 42 16:9 widescreen HDTV
  • Multi-scan 2-tuner POP accepts 480i. 480p, 720p and 1080i signals
  • 5 deep monitor
  • 20 watts of total audio power
  • Illuminated A/V universal remote control

195. Toshiba 120W GLOBAL AC ADAPTER ( PA3237U-2ACA )

our price: $105.99
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Asin: B00067WPU0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 62393
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Toshiba Global AC Adapter - Power adapter ( external ) - 120 Watt ... Read more


196. Toshiba PDR-3300 3.2MP Digital Camera w/ 2.8x Optical Zoom
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B000068RNU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 5064
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3.2 megapixel sensor creates 2,048 x 1,536 images for prints at 8 x 10 and beyond
  • 2.8x optical zoom and 2.2x digital zoom for 6x total
  • Included 8 MB Secure Digital card holds 8 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA-type batteries (alkaline batteries included)

Reviews (9)

3-0 out of 5 stars Decent price, decent pictures
I bought this camera in early 2002. Pictures are great for the computer viewing and e-mailing. Program that comes with it is easy to use to download pictures. Picture quality when you get prints done from a photo store aren't very clear unless you always use full size and quality for every picture you plan to get on prints. Even then they have a slight "fuzz" to them. When I bought this camera it was 3 times the price, but it has just now started having problems with picture taking 2 years later. At this current price you can't beat what it can give you. Has lots of options so you can mess with the pictures you take as if you had a regular SLR type of camera. Great for the "point and shoot" type also.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best bang for the buck !!
This has all the high-end features one needs (including video) in order to capture all the pictures you will need. 6x zoom works very well and the 3.2 ixels at this price are just a steal! Be sure to use the right rechargable batteries (not the cheap ones at Wal-mart, but get yourself eight 8 1800 mAh or higher "AA" batteries. I laso recommend the ac20 power supply if you do alot of desktop work or video through it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Value
I have several digital cameras but I like this one the best. It has never failed to focus reliably and the shots are quite sharp.
Controls are easy to learn and use.

I think you will hard pressed to find another or better value for the money

4-0 out of 5 stars Great sharp outdoor pics, full manual except for focus
I'll start with some of the negative aspects of this camera. It has no AF illuminator lamp which is a little light that is used to help focusing in dark situations. Now its focusing performance is reasonable but will not be as dependable as say the Sony or Canon cameras that have this feature standard. The bundle it comes with is very average . . this includes a dinky 8MB SD card and is only saved by the inclusion of a carrying pouch and remote control. You also have to purchase a rechargeable battery kit as only 4AA alkalines are included. This camera is made in China so the plastic feels a little coarse and the words are painted on. It does feel solid though. The LCD is bright and very useable outdoors but the pixel count is a little low, meaning you will not be able to determine if things are in focus and some detail is lost, but you should be able to roughly figure out if the exposure is right.
Now for the good. This camera takes very nice, very sharp outdoor pictures. To get great shots I had to change two of the default settings out of the box. I changed the color to VIVID and the ISO to 100 (default is 200). When the color is set to NORMAL things look slightly under saturated. The good thing is that these settings will be saved even if you turn off the camera. This is great cause I have some settings saved in automatic mode (for general point & shoot) and I have other settings saved in manual mode for indoor shots or shadowy situations which are typically under exposed by most cameras automatic mode. I believe outdoor shots on this look sharper and overall slightly more pleasing than on the Sony DSCP72 or the Canon A70. However in darker situations the Toshiba reveals a bit more noise. The Canon and Sony give smoother shadows with less noise in the dark (probably because of their noise reduction system and/or processing). The pictures on the Sony and Canon appear little softer however. A major part of the reason this Toshiba takes such nice pictures is bacause it uses a Canon made lens. Now if you like to play with settings or would like to learn more about photography then you have the option of a wide range of manual controls (full aperature and shutter speed control) along with settings for sharpness, color and contrast. Manual focus is however only limited to a few presets. Ease of use is where things get exceptional. Very easy to use and you can very quickly change settings with the mode dial and 'hat switch'. No need to press menu buttons during photography as the hat switch controls all major functions. This means your thumb is the only thing you need to quickly cycle through settings like focusing, shutter speed, aperature etc. I was very pleased with the Canon A70 and it was my primary target but I managed to get this camera at a much lower price. Of course everything is relative to the price you pay and for the price I paid this is a very good value. Happy hunting.

*** Exciting update: There are hidden manual focus and manual white balance functions. For manual focus just press and hold the 'down' button in the menu with focus options until 'MF' appears and then select it. To manually focus press and hold the 'disp' button and use the zoom controls to focus. For manual white balance do the same in the WB menu until 'Pre Set' appears and then select it. Point the camera at your reference white color (paper etc.) press the shutter button and then select 'ok'. You can also disable the power off timer by holding down 'Disp' while turning on the camera.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but could have been better
Despite my list of complaints, I'm not disappointed with this camera.

Things I liked.
1. Zoom. It's good. Opticial zoom is great. Digital zoom starts pixelating but far less than other cameras I've played with. You can't see the pixelation if you don't zoom in further on your computer.
2. Manual controls. I appreciate the aperature priority, shutter priority, full manual, burst, etc. options.
3. Batteries: I'm glad it takes normal batteries, I can buy more if I out of power.
4. Has both viewfinder and LCD (which you can turn off if you want)

There are a few complaints/things I don't like about this camera:
1. Lack of AF (Autofocus) helper light. I've played with lots of friends' camera and they all have this little built in light (little flashlight) that helps the camera autofocus in dim or dark conditions. This camera doesn't. I've experimented and, sure enough, if I point a little flashlight at the center of the image, even in the dark the camera can focus. But the by itself the camera has a hard time focusing even if it's not that dark.
2. Manually focusing is only limited to the follwing options: macro, 1m, 3m, infinity.
3. It seems to cause redeye easily. It has a redeye reduction flash option and it does reduce the redeye but it's still there.
4. You have to buy a larger memory card. You have to buy rechargeable battery kit (it uses 4 AA). It says in the manual the included batteries are for testing only.
5. I didn't really like the pc software. Windows xp will automatically recognize the camera and you can use any software you want with for playing with pictures. No stiching/panorama software.
6. Movie mode is not really special. No microphone.
7. A little bigger than I thought it would be (Room probably needed for the 4 AA batteries).
8. LCD: If you're out of focus or over/underexposed, the LCD will not show this to you.

One day in the future I'll probably get a fancier camera but this is great for everyday stuff. ... Read more


197. TOSHIBA SDPBP50 Replacement Battery Pack

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Asin: B0006FV77O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
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198. Toshiba SD-2900 DVD Player (Black)
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00008BO8Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 14896
Average Customer Review: 2.57 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Enjoy movies and music to the max with Toshiba's SD-2900 single-disc DVD player. ColorStream component-video outputs (for use with compatible TVs) virtually eliminate NTSC artifacts like video noise and dot crawl, while built-in MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) decoding give the freedom to compile music on a PC and listen to it on a stereo or TV. You can even watch customized digital-picture slideshows on a TV using recordable CDs filled with Konica, Fuji Photo, Kodak Picture CD, and standard JPEG image files.

Component-video splits the video signal into three separate components, which reduces the amount of signal processing required of your television. Conventional composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television. The "expanded" mode in the player's black-level setting produces richer, deeper black tones in every image.

In the audio realm, a set of left/right analog-audio outputs channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's coaxial digital-audio output for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver. The player's internal digital-to-analog converters work at 24-bit, 192 kHz resolution to ensure optimum sonic quality from a range of digital program material. Playback options include picture zoom, dialogue enhancement, QSound 3D Surround Sound (simulated surround for two-channel listening), parental lock, and compatibility with DVD and CD Text features (on encoded discs). The player comes with a full-function remote control. ... Read more

Features

  • ColorStream component-video output for ultimate DVD picture quality (when connected with an HD or HD-ready TV)
  • Coaxial digital-audio output passes Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound (for use with compatible AV receiver)
  • MP3- and WMA-CD playback, DVD and CD Text display (with compatible discs)
  • Digital Photo Viewer displays digital photographs on a television in a variety of digital formats
  • Offers black-level expansion, multiple picture settings, picture zoom

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars How does a unit get to be sold, if it doesn't work?
Not knowing anything about DVD, I trusted Toshiba, cause they do have a pretty good reputation on electronic units. If I would have known a little about DVD, I would have ran,not walked, back to Best Buy and returned this. DVD's are not supposed to lose audio after you go out of pause. DVD's are supposed to read all region 1 DVDs. Simple. No ifs or maybes about it. This unit failed to read a brand new DVD. All I get is ?????|?? Write_Run_Start on the screen. and if I remove the Disk, it stays on the screen. This sounds like a bad eprom. But we will never know, cause customer service,except for Best Buy, didn't exist. 90 day warrenty. I think that said it all.
Very, very disapointing. oh, I tried the DVD on my ... computer DVD drive, it works great!

3-0 out of 5 stars Audio failed
After 18 months the audio just stopped working due to an internal failure that was not repairable - warranty is only 1 year.

3-0 out of 5 stars It Works, But Only A Cryptologist Would Enjoy the Menu
I got this DVD player after I tried a Samsung which choked on discs and had other problems. This Toshiba DVD player really works, delivering a crystal-clear picture and audio, is easy to set up, and plays DVDs without fuss or problem, but the interface is unnecessarily difficult to use. Press "MENU" and a bunch of tiny symbols come up which you have to laboriously arrow and toggle through using the tiny buttons on the remote control. I recommend the Toshiba 3900 DVD player instead.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice picture, great player
After two years of using an Apex DVD, watching a movie on this baby is great. The picture is 10 times better, and the audio is sweet.
Another big plus (for me) is that it is very thin and doesn't take up too much space.

2-0 out of 5 stars Supposed to play jpeg files, but . . .
I purchased this DVD player specifically because they claimed that you could copy jpg files to a CD-R and play them on your TV set through the DVD player. So far I haven't had much luck at doing this. It seems to be very finicky about what CDs it will accept or the format of the jpg image. They list only four CDs in the instruction manual that they say will work - the Kodak Picture CD, Canon QuickCD, Fujicolor CD and the Noritsu QSS CD. As a DVD player, it is mediocre, no better or worse than other DVDs in its price range - I have a another brand DVD that cost about the same but is a lot easier to use. ... Read more


199. TOSHIBA PA3163U-1BRS Ni-MH Battery Pack for Satellite Satellite 1000 Series

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Asin: B00006HV16
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 22831
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Features

  • Dimensions -3.8 x 5.3 x 0.9
  • Weight -1.08 pounds
  • Capacity -10.8V x 3600mAh = 38.9 Wh
  • Battery Life -up to 2 hours, depending on applications, power management settings and features utilized
  • Recharge Time (Off/On) -3 hours approximately, depending on usage

200. Adapt Software App Z310

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Asin: B0000AKACZ
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 7053
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