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$429.99 list($549.99)
61. Toshiba MW27FP1 27" TV/DVD/VCR
$92.95 list($99.99)
62. Toshiba SD-V393 DVD/VCR Dual Deck
Too low to display $274.68 list($349.99)
63. Toshiba D-VR4 DVD Recorder/VCR
$227.90 list($299.99)
64. Toshiba SD-P1400 7" Portable DVD
Too low to display list($229.99)
65. Toshiba 20AF44 20" FST PURE Flat-Screen
$999.99 list($1,050.99)
66. TOSHIBASatellite M35X-S163 Notebook
$1,099.99 Too low to display list()
67. Toshiba TDP-SW20U DLP Video Projector
Too low to display $469.99 list($599.99)
68. Toshiba 32AF44 32" TV with FST
Too low to display $702.98 list($1,099.99)
69. Toshiba 30HF85 30" Widescreen
Too low to display list($399.99)
70. Toshiba SD-V55HT DVD/VCR Home
$229.99 $229.19 list($259.99)
71. Toshiba 27A34 27" TV with FST
Too low to display $112.99 list($199.99)
72. Toshiba SD-4960 Progressive-Scan
$399.99
73. TOSHIBA ST6284 Stand for Toshiba
Too low to display list($1,799.99)
74. Toshiba 23HL84 23" HD-Ready Flat-Panel
Too low to display $249.88 list($399.99)
75. Toshiba D-R2 Progressive Scan
list($1,649.99)
76. Toshiba Satellite M35X-S349 15.4"
$137.50 list($149.99)
77. Toshiba SD-5980 Progressive Scan
$499.99
78. Toshiba SD-P4000 14" Flat-Panel
list($449.99)
79. Toshiba SD-H400 Combination Progressive-Scan
$499.99 $449.89 list($799.99)
80. Toshiba 14DL74 14" 4:3 EDTV-Ready

61. Toshiba MW27FP1 27" TV/DVD/VCR Combo
list price: $549.99
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Asin: B0001F0662
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 2658
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Features

  • 27-inch TV/DVD/VCR combo unit; 29.13 x 19.41 x 25.4 inches (W x H x D)
  • Enhanced DVD-Video player and 4-head hi-fi VCR
  • DVD, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, DVD-R, VCD, and JPEG compatibility
  • FST Pure flat tube with 4:3 aspect ratio
  • Picture Preference mode offers standard, sports, movie, and memory viewing options

62. Toshiba SD-V393 DVD/VCR Dual Deck with Up Conversion and Memory Slot
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0007RB1X6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 2394
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Product Description

plays DVD-Video, DVD-R & DVD-RW, Video CD, and Super Video CD * plays audio CD, audio CD-R & CD-RW, and MP3 & WMA CDs * plays digital photo CDs (JPEG) * composite video output for DVD/VCR; S-video & 480i/480p component video outputs for DVD only * RF input/output (both DVD and VCR audio and video can be sent to TV via RF output) * ... Read more

Features

  • ColorStream Pro
  • HDMI Output
  • HD JPEG Viewer
  • DVD/VCR Dual Deck
  • Progressive Scan

63. Toshiba D-VR4 DVD Recorder/VCR Dual Deck
list price: $349.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0007RB1UO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 12344
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Product Description

records to and plays DVD-R & DVD-RW, and DVD-RAM * progressive-scan playback for smoother video with HD-compatible TVs (via the component video output) * record to DVD while watching VHS, or vice versa * 2 sets of A/V inputs (2 composite, 2 S-video) * composite video output for DVD/VCR; S-video & 480i/480p component video outputs for DVD only * RF input/output for cable/antenna signals * front-panel A/V input with S-video * Note: Internal dubbing of copy-protected DVDs and VHS tapes is not possible * ... Read more

Features

  • ColorStream Pro progressive-scan DVD output for flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready screens
  • Front-panel audio/video (with S-video) input for easy connection with a camcorder, second VCR, or other device
  • Measures 17 x 3.5 x 12.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • DVD-RAM, DVD-R, and DVD-RW recording with Time Slip feature so you can view a show from the start while it's still recording
  • 4-head, hi-fi stereo VCR

64. Toshiba SD-P1400 7" Portable DVD Player
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B0001MZ88G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 242
Average Customer Review: 3.27 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SD-P1400 from Toshiba isn't just a lightweight, on-the-go DVD player, it's a compact home theater that can go anywhere. The SD-P1400 is loaded with features, and delivers crisp, realistic visuals and rich surround sound. The player boasts a 7-inch widescreen LCD display that is perfect for watching movies the way they were meant to be seen.

The DVD player in the SD-P1400 provides a crystal-clear picture with its enhanced digital processing. Inside the SD-P1400 is a 10 bit/54 MHz video digital-to-analog converter that adds realistic warmth to the picture as well as reproducing vivid colors and sharp details.

You can take full advantage of that picture clarity with the versatile digital picture zoom option, which lets you magnify a portion of the picture onscreen while in freeze-frame mode or even while watching a DVD in real time. The feature is great for spotting details in movies or even adjusting movies to fill the widescreen format.

Make the most of your music and movies with clear, clean sound thanks to Toshiba's 24-bit/192 kHz audio digital-to-analog converter. This converter translates digital audio data into a natural, high-fidelity sound. The SD-P1400 features 3D virtual surround sound, from built-in speakers and through headphones. It has two headphone jacks for two-person movie watching.

The SD-P1400 plays DVDs, DVD-Rs, and CDs, so you can enjoy all your favorite videos and music. You can also play MP3s and view digital JPEG photos from CDs created in your computer.

At less than 4 pounds, this portable DVD player can go anywhere. The internal battery runs the player for up to 3 hours, and can be easily recharged between viewings. A DC power cord is included so you can even run the SD-P1400 in the car.

What's in the Box
SD-P1400 DVD player, credit-card-size remote control, DC power cord, owner's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Plays DVD, CD, VCD, DVD-R/RW, CD-R/RW, WMA, MP3, and JPEG formats
  • Lightweight, portable 7-inch LCD screen with versatile DVD player
  • S-video and composite-video inputs, RCA and coaxial digital audio out
  • Surround sound, stereo speakers, two headphone jacks
  • Measures 7.9 x 1.1 x 6.4 inches (W x H x D), weighs 3.2 pounds

Reviews (11)

3-0 out of 5 stars World Traveler
I bought the unit a few days ago
it has all the features i wanted as a traveler (voltage/connection options)
and i looked at every damn model made
car adapter a plus (bought seperately this is expensive)
Image is pretty good for a few people to watch even at an angle
sound quality is really good (has several preset environments)
and player noise is only an issue during disk load
it DOES FF and RW (not just change chapters)by holding the button on the player OR on the remote which is not commom on other units, plus an A/B button on the remote to create a customized repeat area anywhere during the movie (to replay those cool scenes of youre choice over and over)
ONLY BAD PART IS:
i am experiencing problems with the disk starting over if the cord is bumped or unit is picked up during play
i will swap it in (for the same) and post if the replacement does the same
this is the only reason i did not go with 5 stars

3-0 out of 5 stars Small Flaws Limit Stars
We bought this for a long driving trip, and found that the car charger was not really long enough to power the unit while it is attached to the back of the front seat. We drive a Subaru Outback, so minivans and larger SUV's seem likely to have such problems. In addition, the plug often came out of the cigarette lighter.
We have also found the unit tempermental in which discs it plays - it doesn't want to play the Lion King, for example, only the previews!

4-0 out of 5 stars Quality Brand-Good for money
I picked this dvd player up at a best buy about a week ago, and I have to say i was somewhat impressed with it.
First lets discuss the screen. This screen is very high quality for the money you pay because Toshiba has made laptops for many years and has experience im making lcd screens like this one. The picture quality is very sharp and can be fine tuned to your taste.
Next are the speakers. Many people conclude that these speakers are very low quality and too quite to use. While i would not deem them worthless, i would agree that they are very quiet and have no bass. But again there is a reason for this. Portable dvd players are made to be just that-portable. For something to be portable, it has to be small and for something to be small, it has to have small components. The reason for lack of sound quality and volume is that these speakers are small to make the dvd player small nand portable. As for me, this is not a problem as my family in the car would not appreciate hearing my movies and i would be using headphones anyway.
The dvd player itself seems to be very dependable, although it is somewhat noisy (again, headphones would keep this from being a problem too you as they would cover up the noise). Also, you have to make sure the disc as all the way on the spindle, as sometimes only two of the three push-pin thingys are holding the disc in place and it pops out when you start up the dvd player.
From what i've seen, the battery is compitant, although it is hard to review that because i have not actually used it for all three hours and timed it and i have only charged it once. Also, this player comes with all the cables you would need to hook it up to a tv/vcr or to get power too it. The remote is comveniantly small and has all the controls you would need, save the volume control because that is a little wheel thingy that you turn to adjust the volume.
Really the only complaints i have with this dvd player are minor-low sound quality,somewhat noisy spindle, and a few other things. At first i was planning on getting the polaroid but decided this one was worth the extra 50$ or so, and i am glad i made that decision after reading some of the reviews on the polaroid. Toshiba is a much more reliable brand with lots of experience in this type of electronic device.I would definately recoment this dvd player over any of the other ones in its class.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good value for a name brand player
If you're looking for a good 7" portable player for a good price, this is probably the best way to go. The picture quality is nice and the extras (i.e. cables, car adapter) make it a great value. Unfortunately, like other reviewers, I also found the drive to be a little noisy and the speakers are fairly poor (Hint: consider picking up an audio cassette adapter for car-trips).

For travelers, combine with a nice set of noise-canceling headphones and you have a decent little theater for those long flights. I also do recommend the CyberHome CH-ACB 02 case for this model. It's big enough to carry the player, remote, and charger, but small enough to only take up a little room in your carry-on.

4-0 out of 5 stars Delivers on its promises
I did a great deal of research about portable DVD players of all brands before settling on the Toshiba SD-P1400. I had a price ceiling of about $300, and this model seemed to offer a good deal of features, a fine picture, and a sturdy body for the price. I've had the model for over a month now and I'm very happy with it. Spouse and I used it on a cross country road trip without a single problem.
PROS:
Bright picture easily adjustable to taste.
Strong case, doesn't feel cheap of flimsy.

Reliable Car Adapter!! This apparently is rare w/ other brands according to what I've read.
Battery lasted over 3.5 hours.

CON:
Disc a bit noisy while spinning/playing
The rubber stopper that covers the battery port for when you use AC/DC power is tiny and easily lost. In fact, I lost mine.

Relatively minor complaints to be sure! ... Read more


65. Toshiba 20AF44 20" FST PURE Flat-Screen TV
list price: $229.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001YHY0O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 1220
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Enliven your kitchen, bedroom, or living room with Toshiba's stylish, 20-inch 20AF44. The compact but versatile set is equipped to deliver vivid, high-contrast pictures via the FST PURE flat picture tube, which looks great and minimizes geometric distortions in the process. Generous connection options and parental controls let you and your kids use the set for a variety of applications.

The 20AF44's three-line digital comb filter further enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt). Meanwhile, velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A shadow mask is a thin sheet of perforated metal behind the screen that restricts electron flow, each hole in the sheet corresponding to a single pixel. An Invar mask uses an alloy that's especially resistant to the high temperatures generated by the electron beam, allowing in a brighter, clearer picture.

The set receives stereo audio programming and SAP (second audio program), often used to broadcast an alternate-language track. The 20AF44 derives a heightened sense of stereo separation from its double-baffle speaker system, and BBE High-Definition Sound improves speech intelligibility and restores the dynamic range of compressed musical passages.

A ColorStream component-video input provides the ultimate picture quality from interlaced component-video signals; standard composite-video inputs accommodate all DVD players and most other video sources. You get two sets of rear A/V inputs (one of which has S-video) as well as one set of front A/V inputs for easy connection with a camcorder or gaming console. A rear A/V output lets you hook the set up with a surround receiver. The 20AF44 also features V-Chip parental controls, a sleep timer, and a glow-in-the-dark universal remote control.

What's in the Box
Television, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 20-inch CRT set with standard 4:3 aspect ratio and high-contrast, low-distortion FST PURE flat tube; about 24 x 18 x 19 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3-line digital comb filter enhances color clarity
  • ColorStream component-video input offers optimal connection from a compatible DVD player or satellite receiver
  • Front A/V input accommodates camcorder or gaming console; headphone jack affords private listening
  • Stereo reception with SAP, double-baffle speaker system; StableSound evens the audio from TV programs

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice TV marred by flaws
After looking for a small 20" TV for my bedroom, I recently purchased this model. At this price point you probably shouldn't complain, but this set does have serious flaws you might want to consider if you're thinking of buying it.

First, like most inexpensive consumer TVs, this model's color decoder is extremely inaccurate. It's heavily biased towards red, to make it look "good" to the average buyer. You can try to correct it using Digital Essentials, but you won't get it even close to right. As Digital Essentials points out, this is usually done to compensate for a bluish white point, in order to create the illusion that the screen is brighter than competing models.

The 20AF44 also only has one memory setting, although it has 3 video inputs. If you use several different sources, such as cable TV, a DVD/VCR, and/or a game console, it's very hard to find a setting that looks correct for all, and since it only saves one setting, you'll either have to compromise or keep resetting it.

The most annoying aspect is the VSM (vertical scan modulation). Although it's touted as a positive "feature" by the literature, believe me, it's not. The effect on the picture is rather like turning the sharpness control all the way up, giving edges in the picture bright white outlines. It especially makes text (such as in video games) look awful. Unfortunately, even turning the sharpness control all the way down doesn't help matters. This set doesn't offer any way to turn VSM off (not even in the service menu). I can only imagine this was done to make the picture look "sharp" to the uneducated viewer.

Furthermore, the set is filled with consumer level gimmicks to make the screen look brighter, such as the presence of an invar shadow mask. Invar shadow masks help prevent the phosphors of the television from burning into the screen at insanely high contrast levels. It doesn't make the picture quality any better. It's no surprise then that out of the box the TV is set to maximum contrast: not good for the TV or the picture quality.

At the under $200 price point I really don't know if you can find a decent television without such problems. I hear the Sony models allow you to turn off VSM, even on the low end sets. It might be worth investigating the Sony if you're in the market for a set similar to this.

5-0 out of 5 stars First Quality TV, Jaw Dropping Price
I ordered received this Toshiba on 5/17 via UPS and it has the best picture I've ever seen on a 20 inch television. The manufacturer's specifications on the Toshiba site say the tube has an invar shadow mask, which is only found on the best tv's and is never found on sets selling at this price. The jack asssortment included is more than is found on many 27 and 32 sets.

Sound also is superb. I'm stumped by Robert Stewart's negative comments on his set. There's no buzz on my sample and the picture, as I said, is first rate. Perhaps he's got a line-noise problem with the his power source or one of the devices he has hooked up to the tv. If not, remember that sample defects like the ones he mentions can happen even with store-bought tv's, though in the latter case, making an exchange is a lot more straightforward.

The manual that came with this Toshiba is the best written and most thorough I've seen on an appliance in years, even perhaps a little too exhaustive ....like the complicated-looking remote, it might daunt some folks who like simplicity in their electronic gadgets. But both the manual and the remote are only as complicated as the set is versatile.

The lack of a TV/Video button on the front of set itself is a bit unusual, but a minor inconvenience, and it isn't true, as another poster writes in these reviews, that "you are out of luck" if you lose the Toshiba remote: Any programmable remote you can buy in a store will operate this tv, including the TV/Video function -- I've programmed a store-bought remote to work with this tv and it works all the basic functions, including TV/Video function fine.
Also, Toshiba offers replacement remotes for the AF series of tube tv's on its site under "accessories" for $10 each.

Tip: the price next to the image on this page of the Toshiba 20AF44 tv is $176.95 and seems to be an Office Depot offer . Check the "8 used or new" link, lower left of the picture of the Toshiba 20AF44 on this page for other, possibly better, offers, one of which may eliminate shipping as well as local tax.

2-0 out of 5 stars BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ
There is a buzz that is so loud from the back of this sets picture tube. Also The BBe sound doesn't work on video. The one I bought from Amazon had Pink and Purple bloches on the tube, Noticable on whites. Very Good Tv other then the mentioned problems. Velocity scan Annoys me perhaps you will like it better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Toshiba Makes Great TV's
I ordered this TV, just as my previous 20" Toshiba was fading. It was over 10 years old and had stayed top quality until the sound started going out.

This TV has a fantastic picture, and a very nice interface both in the menu and the buttons on the panel.

I do have two complaints however. There is no TV/Video button next to were the volume up/down or chanel up/down is. The only place I found it is on the remote, so if you lose the remote, I guess your out of luck.

The other minor complaint I have is that there is no plastic cover up where the 3 RCA inputs cables hook up to in the front. I just think it would look nicer if there was a silver door covering those up when not in use.

Besides that, I would recomend this Toshiba for anyone who is in the market for a smaller TV. I recieved it yesterday and am very impressed with these models over the Sony's, JVC's, Panasonics, Philips, etc. ... Read more


66. TOSHIBASatellite M35X-S163 Notebook PC Computer
list price: $1,050.99
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Asin: B00097AHQG
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 343
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Product Description

High-end mobile computing at a value price

The Satellite® M35X-S163 is a great value for those who are trying a notebook for the first time, with features not usually offered at such a great price. It features a widescreen 15.4" diagonal display, integrated 802.11bg wireless and an IEEE 1394 port in a small, light chassis. You don’t have to sacrifice performance for price, either, as its Intel® Celeron® M Processor is designed specifically for notebooks, maximizing mobile performance and battery life. The Satellite® M35X-S163 is a great way to experience for yourself the advanced engineering and innovations that Toshiba is known for pioneering.

Notes:

  • This model features an integrated Wireless 802.11b/g LAN connection.
  • This model is pre-loaded with Service Pack 2 for the Microsoft Windows XP Operating System.
  • The manufacturer states that both memory slots may be occupied.
  • A 1.44MB Internal 3.5-inch Floppy Disk Drive is not included. An optional 1.44MB External 3.5-inch USB Floppy Disk Drive is available.
... Read more

67. Toshiba TDP-SW20U DLP Video Projector with Wireless Networking

our price: $1,099.99
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Asin: B00028LXV0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 12637
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Features

  • 0.55-inch DMD DLP display technology
  • Integrated 802.11b wireless connectivity
  • 800 x 600 SVGA native resolution
  • 1,400 ANSI lumens of brightness, 2,000:1 contrast ratio
  • PC and Mac compatible; 2-year warranty

68. Toshiba 32AF44 32" TV with FST PURE Flat Screen
list price: $599.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001YI67E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 1719
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Feature-rich and amazingly affordable, Toshiba's 32-inch 32AF44 offers big-screen quality for a standard-screen price. The versatile CRT television is equipped to deliver vivid, high-contrast pictures FST PURE flat picture tube, which looks great and minimizes geometric distortions in the process. Generous connection options and parental controls let you and your kids use the set for a variety of applications.

The 32AF44's 3-line digital comb filter further enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt). Meanwhile, velocity-scan modulation improves the definition at picture edges, creating sharper images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work--say, when rendering transitions from light to dark parts of an image--and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections, like broad dark areas.

A shadow mask is a thin sheet of perforated metal behind the screen that restricts electron flow, each hole in the sheet corresponding to a single pixel. An Invar mask uses an alloy that's especially resistant to the high temperatures generated by the electron beam, allowing in a brighter, clearer picture.

Toshiba provides 2 user-selectable 16:9 modes for displaying widescreen images. Letterbox mode scans the entire screen, creating gray bars above and below the picture area, significantly reducing the chances of uneven CRT wear or "burn-in." The set's vertical compression mode uses all available scan lines to represent the widescreen, letterboxed image with as much clarity and detail as possible.

The 5-watts-per-channel set receives stereo audio programming and SAP (second audio program), often used to broadcast an alternate-language track. The 32AF44 derives a heightened sense of stereo separation from its double-baffle speaker system, and BBE High-Definition Sound improves speech intelligibility and restores the dynamic range of compressed musical passages.

A ColorStream component-video input provides the ultimate picture quality from interlaced component-video signals; standard composite-video inputs accommodate all DVD players and most other video sources. You get 2 sets of rear AV inputs (one of which has S-video) as well as one set of front AV inputs for easy connection with a camcorder or gaming console. A rear AV output lets you hook the set up with a surround receiver. The 32AF44 also features V-Chip parental controls, GameTimer, a sleep timer, and a glow-in-the-dark, 4-device universal remote control with DVD operation.

What's in the Box
Television, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 32-inch CRT set with standard 4:3 aspect ratio and high-contrast, low-distortion FST PURE flat tube
  • 3-line digital comb filter enhances color clarity; 16:9 vertical-compression mode uses all scan lines to display the letterboxed image
  • ColorStream component-video input offers optimal connection from a compatible DVD player or satellite receiver
  • Front A/V input accommodates camcorder or gaming console; headphone jack affords private listening
  • Stereo reception with SAP, double-baffle speaker system; StableSound evens the audio from TV programs

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice 32 inch TV for the price!
Toshiba makes quality TVs, still own 20-inch that is about eight years old, never experienced a problem. Nice picture, even facing sun. I considered buying flat screen for this reason but I am glad I made a decision to wait a while on paying for a more expensive set. I do have to adjust the antenna when changing channels, but it's worth it to receive the quality picture (hopeful that once the satellite is hooked up, this won't be a problem), currently just a little grainy. Happy though.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product that won't break the bank
I have always been impressed by Toshiba's televisions, and this one is no exception. I purchased this TV last week, and I am thoroughly satisfied with my purchase. The picture looks great (especially DVDs through the component video inputs), the sound is way above average for a TV in this range, and the features are equal to what you'd find on pricier brands. Basically, Toshiba gives you the quality you want but without the huge pricetag. One thing made me sad though: only one set of Component Video inputs. So if you want that high quality Xbox experience in addition to DVDs, you'll have to switch it through your receiver (which is what I do). Anyway, great TV and great price. ... Read more


69. Toshiba 30HF85 30" Widescreen HD-Ready Flat Screen TV
list price: $1,099.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000816XKM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 24282
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Product Description

HDTV monitor (digital TV reception requires a separate HDTV tuner) * displays all signals at 1080i or 540p * FST PUREĀ® flat picture tube with Invar shadow mask * widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio * CrystalScan HDSC with 3-2 pulldown processing (upconverts non-HD signals to 1080i) * ... Read more

Features

  • HDTV monitor (digital TV reception requires a separate HDTV tuner)
  • displays all signals at 1080i or 540p
  • FST PUREĀ® flat picture tube with Invar shadow mask
  • widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio
  • CrystalScan HDSC with 3-2 pulldown processing (upconverts non-HD signals to 1080i)

70. Toshiba SD-V55HT DVD/VCR Home Theater System
list price: $399.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001W01M4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 1017
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SD-V55HT from Toshiba is a powerful home theater in a box, featuring a combined high-end DVD/VCR/receiver component and six speakers ready to plug in and play. Enjoy movies in multichannel surround sound, record your favorite shows, play CDs, and listen to the radio with the SD-V55HT. All you need is a TV to complete your home theater setup.

The SD-V55HT's main component is a complete audio/video receiver, a progressive-scan DVD player, a high-fidelity stereo VCR, and an AM/FM tuner with a total output of 400 watts. Each of the five individual speakers cranks out 60 watts per channel and the subwoofer features 100 watts of power.

The DVD player in the SD-V55HT utilizes Toshiba's ColorStream Pro progressive-scan video technology to yield vivid colors, clean resolution, and reduced onscreen distortion. Digital cinema progressive scanning, or 3:2 pulldown, reproduces your DVDs in theaterlike clarity.

The versatile digital picture zoom option lets you can take full advantage of that picture clarity through the ability to magnify a portion of the picture onscreen while in freeze-frame mode or even while watching a DVD in real time. The feature is great for spotting details in movies or even adjusting letterboxed movies to fill your screen. The SD-V55HT also features a wide array of DVD features, including multiple angle selection, a fast-scan option that allows you to fly through DVDs at up to 20 times the regular speed, and three slow motion speeds.

In addition to playing a full range of DVDs, the SD-V55HT plays CDs and MP3 audio files, so you can enjoy your favorite music. You can also view digital JPEG photos from CDs created in your computer with the SD-V55HT.

The VCR provides a wealth of features as well, including high-fidelity stereo sound playback and four-head recording. You can play regular VHS tapes as well as high-resolution S-VHS cassettes as well. You won't have to miss a favorite TV show on movie night, because the SD-V55HT lets you record television programs on the VCR while watching a DVD. You can also copy non-copy-protected DVDs onto VHS tapes.

The VCR in the SD-V55HT is very user-friendly. Its clock automatically sets itself to the local time, and it also logs all available channels into memory the first time you hook it up.

Make the most of your music and movies with clear, clean sound. The SD-V55HT features pure digital reproduction and includes Dolby Digital, Dolby ProLogic II, and DTS decoders to supply the SD-V55HT's six speakers with a rich, realistic surround-sound experience.

The SD-5915 features rear-panel composite audio and video inputs, as well as a S-video connection. The front-panel A/V composite input makes it easy for you to hook up a video game, camcorder, or other components.

What's in the Box
Home theater component, five speakers, one subwoofer, remote control, owner's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Features combo unit with progressive-scan DVD player, 4-head stereo VCR, AM/FM tuner
  • Plays DVD, CD, VCD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, WMA, MP3, and JPEG discs
  • Composite and S-video inputs, coaxial digital audio output
  • Full surround-sound package with 5 speakers (60 watts per channel) and subwoofer
  • Main component measures 17 x 3.5 x 14.25 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Packed with features, well worth the price.
I have been shopping for a new stereo for the past 10 years. I have since moved into a house, acquired multiple televisions, VCRs, DVD players, but no home theatre system. Instead, everything ran through my television speakers. My shelf was loaded with an Xbox game console, a cable box, a low-end DVD player and an unreliable VCR. Spanning 5 shelves, there is no room for much else.

Then this system came along. My initial budget was $1,200 (About $500 for the receiver and the rest for speakers.) The Toshiba SD-V55HT is an out-of-the box home theater system packed with features to free up my shelf and upgrade my audio life. Priced at less than $300, this was an easy buy. I have had the system now for 2 months and I'm very happy with it.

The system comes with a VCR and DVD player and stereo receiver housed in one unit. The receiver has 5 different sound modes including Dolby Prologic II, Movie, Music, Matrix and 3-D Surround. In addition, there is also By-Pass which determines the type of audio is being received and handles it accordingly. It has one additional input in the back for my Xbox and another in front for the occasion when I want to hook up my video camera which I haven't tried yet.

The speakers are lightweight. At 60w each for the 3 front speakers and 2 rear speakers and 100w for the subwoofer, this system is ideal for a small room which I have.

The setup was a breeze. This is "stereos for dummies". Each of the speakers is color coded with a matching speaker wire. The manual helps you figure out how to get everything in the right place. The trickiest part is probably was getting my TV and cable box wired up properly, but essentially, its standard fare.

Once you are up and running, you can run the setup to tell the system where the speakers are to optimize the audio experience.

The system is silver and black with nice lines. The bookshelf speakers are short and small. It fits in well in my messy sun room without standing out.

The big win is the addition of a DVD player, MP3/CD player and a VCR in one unit. Everything plays great. I have no complaints about the sound but I upgraded from my television speakers.

I was a little disappointed that the AM/FM radio antennae are independent from the cable antenna. The package comes with a cheap loop antenna for AM and a wire antenna for FM. I pull both along the side of my entertainment console and then hide them both behind a clock. The reception is passable.

The remote is fairly familiar to handle the VCR, DVD player, MP3/CD player and radio. But you can't give up your other remotes. It doesn't handle the television or the cable box. This is really a bother since my TV is also a Toshiba.

The MP3 screen display unfortunately doesn't make good use of the space. The left half of the screen displays the track and navigates folders fine enough. The right have is reserved for manually assembling a play list which I will likely never do. I would have rather liked to see a full-screen with each track well displayed and this split screen only when I decide to build a play list.

The presets for the radio are a bit tricky. Each slot can hold an AM and FM station. This gets confusing when you switch to the radio and the wrong station comes up. I would have preferred that each slot is configured for one station and either AM or FM. A minor nit.

This plug-n-play system came with a DVD player, a CD and MP3 player, a VCR, AM/FM, cable and two other inputs. No doubt about it, at $299 this is a great price. Comparable systems lacked a DVD player, MP3 player or the VCR for the same price or more. One day, I am may still upgrade to the system of my dreams, but this is a nice step in the right direction.

Pros: Packed with features and well worth the price.

Cons: AM/FM seems like a poor add-on.

Bottom Line: Boat-load of features for a great price for a small room. ... Read more


71. Toshiba 27A34 27" TV with FST Black Tube
list price: $259.99
our price: $229.99
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Asin: B0001YI0Z2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 4141
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Continuing to up the ante in feature-packed affordable televisions, Toshiba's 27-inch 27A34 offers a high-contrast FST Black picture tube, MTS stereo sound with dbx noise reduction and 2.5 watts per channel--not to mention a host of inputs including standard RF (for antenna, VCR, or cable box) all the way to high-resolution component-video (for DVD players, satellite receivers, and digital video recorders).

The 27A34 offers picture-enhancing technology, too--its digital comb filter and vertical contour correction further enhance resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt).

You get 2 sets of rear audio/video inputs (2 composite-video inputs with accompanying stereo RCA analog audio inputs) and 1 each S-video and ColorStream component-video inputs and a rear AV output so you can hook the set up with a surround receiver (or feed your DVR). A set of front AV inputs simplifies hookup with a camcorder, digital camera, or gaming console. The 27A34 also features V-Chip parental controls, channel lock, video lock, GameTimer, a sleep timer, and a glow-in-the-dark TV remote control.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 27-inch CRT set with standard 4:3 aspect ratio; 25.5 x 22.5 x 19.75 inches (W x H x D)
  • Digital comb filter enhances color clarity
  • ColorStream component-video input offers optimal connection from a compatible DVD player or satellite receiver
  • Front A/V input accommodates camcorder or gaming console
  • Stereo reception with SAP, 2.5 watts per channel; StableSound evens differing volume levels from TV programs

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Analog TV
2004 model of last year's 27A33 which received rave reviews. Quality TV with high end features at an outstanding price ($229.00 at Best Buy)-bought to replace 27" Sony 2 months ago while waiting for the 2006 HDTV situation to evolve. Picture quality and clarity are excellent; colorstream component video produces HDTV quality DVD's and highly recommend purchasing component video cables; sound/stereo quality is adequate/good but a non-issue as this TV is running through Onkyo/Polk stereo system for theater quality sound. Highly recommend. ... Read more


72. Toshiba SD-4960 Progressive-Scan DVD Player
list price: $199.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001XLS4S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 3280
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's SD-4960 single-disc DVD player offers near-universal optical-disc compatibility, a huge boon for budget-conscious audio- and videophiles. The player spins DVD-Video movies, of course, but also handles recordable CDs loaded with MP3 or WMA music files and discs filled with JPEG digital photos. But it also plays stereo and multichannel music-based DVD-Audio and SACD (Super Audio CD) media, letting you enjoy high-resolution music in stereo or, depending on the disc, albums specially mixed for surround-sound listening.

The SD-4960 excels in video performance, too. It's outfitted with 10-bit/54 MHz video DACs (digital-to-analog converters) and ultimate-quality Super ColorStream Pro progressive-scan component-video outputs for seamless, flicker-free images when viewed through high-definition and HD-ready TVs. Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the SD-4960 will deliver the full potential of your 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-4960 also performs 3:2 pulldown reversal. 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.

Digital picture zoom is an interactive DVD feature that lets you select and magnify an area of a picture you want to zoom in on. Enhanced digital processing during moving video or freeze-frame playback produces high color fidelity and resolution, even when you're zoomed in. You can also use this feature to expand letterbox-only films to full-screen (4:3 aspect ratio) dimension.

DVD-Audio and SACD media both offer super-high-fidelity sound. DVD-Audio discs provide 192 kHz/24-bit multichannel and stereo sound, high storage capacity, and unique bonus materials not available on regular audio CDs. DVD-A discs often have compressed Dolby Digital soundtracks for listening on standard DVD players, but true DVD-A decoding is required for full sonic appreciation. Depending on the disc, Sony's proprietary SACD format provides extended-bandwidth multichannel and/or stereo sound, often presented in a dual-layer format compatible with both standard CD players (at standard resolution) and SACD-equipped players like the SD-4960 (for full-resolution playback).

The player performs bass management, giving you control of independent channel parameters (speaker size, delay time, etc.), including control for bass reproduction. Use this feature to customize the player's multi-channel audio output to your particular home theater.

As an anti-piracy measure, the player performs its own decoding of both DVD-Audio and SACD signals, passing high-resolution analog, not digital, audio to your integrated amplifier or surround receiver. This means you'll need an audio/video receiver with multichannel analog-audio inputs to fully appreciate multichannel DVD-A and SACD releases.

A set of stereo and a set of multichannel analog-audio outs route audio from DVD-A/SACD media as well as from Dolby Digital- and DTS-encoded DVDs to your AV receiver. If you're not planning to use the DVD-A/SACD capability for multichannel programming, 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 a simpler connection with your receiver.

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-resolution DVD-Audio and SACD compatibility with 6-channel analog outputs; choose analog or digital routing for Dolby Digital/DTS sound
  • MP3/WMA CD playback; JPEG photo viewer displays digital photographs and slideshows on your television
  • 3:2 pulldown removes redundant data from film-based sources to display a film-frame-accurate, distortion-free image
  • Measures 16.9 x 1.8 x 8 inches (W x H x D)

73. TOSHIBA ST6284 Stand for Toshiba 62HM84 62 Inch Rear Projection DLP TV

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Asin: B00061HVKK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 6906
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74. Toshiba 23HL84 23" HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV
list price: $1,799.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002H0EO8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 12263
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Amazon.com Product Description

Bring some flat-screen elegance to your office, dorm, kitchen, bedroom, or apartment with Toshiba's compact, lightweight 23HL84 LCD television. With minimal glare, no screen curvature, and no irritating high-frequency screen noise, the 23-inch set stands fully apart from its CRT counterparts. Set it on a table using the supplied stand or mount it on the wall using optional brackets for ultimate space efficiency.

LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, long screen life with no risk of image burn-in, and space savings. This 1,366 x 768-resolution set boasts not only 2 ColorStream HD high-definition (up to 720p) component-video inputs, but also a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for a direct digital connection with an HD set-top box or HD satellite receiver (sold separately).

HD Dynamic Contrast increases contrast and color saturation to create deep, rich images. The intelligent circuitry analyzes both the dark and bright areas of the picture, separately optimizing the dynamic range in each area. Picture enhancements include luminance transient improvement, green enhancement, and blue stretch. This circuit is only active in sports mode and works with all inputs.

A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction ensures sharp, clean pictures from RF (older VCR, laserdisc) and composite-video signals. Cinema Mode (3:2 pulldown switch) circuitry identifies original film-based content from DVDs, then reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce the original 24-frame-per-second material.

Dual ColorStream HD component-video inputs (Y, Pr, Pb) provide the ultimate picture quality from high-resolution component-video signals (as from compatible DVD players or satellite receivers). Two sets of rear AV inputs (one with S-video) and a set of front AV inputs foster easy connection with a camcorder or gaming console, and a rear audio output lets you hook the set up with a surround receiver.

And the 5-watts-per-channel 23HL84 offers SRS WOW processing, which combines 3D Sound (simulated surround sound from any stereo audio) with TruBass (yet another low-frequency enhancement) and Focus (which clarifies voices). If that's not enough aural excitement, you can also enjoy 2-channel simulated surround courtesy of Dolby Virtual Surround.

HDMI is a lossless, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface to link the set with any audio/video source (such as a set-top box, DVD player, or AV receiver). HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

What's in the Box
TV, stand, remote control, batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 23-inch HD-compatible 16:9 aspect-ratio LCD television with 1,366 x 768 resolution; 24 x 17.3 x 4.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • High 500 cd/m2 brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio
  • Accepts 480i, 480p, and 720p inputs and offers 1 HDMI direct digital HD connection, 2 ColorStream HD component-video inputs
  • Cinema Mode 3:2 pulldown corrects frame rates for distortion-free movie viewing
  • HD Dynamic Contrast increases contrast and color saturation to create deep, rich images

75. Toshiba D-R2 Progressive Scan DVD Player/Recorder
list price: $399.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001WV7EU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 1860
Average Customer Review: 3.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-R2 DVD player/recorder from Toshiba combines a versatile digital video recorder with a high-end DVD player. You'll enjoy a stunningly realistic picture and warm, natural sound from your DVD library as well as programs you record. The D-R2 is a powerful addition to your home theater.

The multidrive recorders on the D-R2 allow you to record onto DVD-R discs or rerecordable DVD-RW and DVD-RAM discs. DVD-R copies of recordings made by the D-R2 will play on almost all DVD players and DVD-compatible computers.

Toshiba's time slip playback feature allows you to watch a program that is being recorded from the beginning while the rest of the show records. You can also use the time slip feature to pause a live broadcast that you are recording, and then resume watching it from where you left it, whenever you want.

Setting up a recording is simple, and will seem comfortably familiar to VCR users. The D-R2 uses Gemstar's VCR Plus technology, which lets you select the programs you want to record by name, without having to worry about setting the right time and channel. You can schedule up to 32 different shows with this timer recording feature.

The programs that you have recorded are logged in to an adjustable menu that displays the date, time, and channel that you recorded. You will also see a still-video image of the show you recorded in the menu. You can rename the listings and create chapters within the recordings that allow you to easily skip to your favorite scenes or to dub a cleaned-up copy of the show you've recorded onto DVD. The easy-to-use menu also features a live action window that lets you monitor the program you are currently recording or playing.

In addition to high-quality recordings, you'll get the most out of your DVD library. The D-R2 utilizes Toshiba's ColorStream Pro progressive-scan video technology to yield vivid colors, clean resolution, and reduced onscreen distortion. Digital cinema progressive scanning, or 3:2 pulldown, reproduces your DVDs in theaterlike clarity. While the D-R2 is compatible with both analog and digital televisions, you will get the optimum effect by linking the player with a high-definition-compatible television.

In addition to playing a full range of DVDs, the D-R2 plays CDs and MP3 audio files, so you can enjoy your favorite music. You can also view digital JPEG photos from CDs created in your computer with the D-R2.

The D-R2 features rear-panel composite audio and video inputs, and RCA inputs on the front panel to connect your camcorder for dubbing onto DVD. An additional digital IEEE1394 FireWire jack is included on the front panel for an instant connection with digital camcorders. The FireWire connection automatically synchs up with your camcorder and creates a customized onscreen menu for dubbing.

What's in the Box
DVD recorder unit, remote control, owner's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Plays DVD, CD, VCD, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, WMA, and MP3 media
  • Progressive-scan player, high-quality recording, FireWire camcorder interface
  • Multiple front and rear S-video and composite inputs and outputs
  • Dolby Digital and DTS-compatible 3D virtual surround sound
  • Measures 16.93 x 2.72 x 12.56 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable!
I have to admit the first couple of days were frustrating because this DVR is capable of so many things-more than I need! After reading the manual thoroughly, the dots did connect. I have owned it for over a month now and really have been enjoying it. This is my second DVR, first being a Magnavox which was a fair unit at best.

2-0 out of 5 stars The Disc Error Machine
The Toshiba D-R2 would have been more appropriately named the Toshiba R2-D2 because it's just as quirky as the robot of Star Wars fame. While the interface isn't the most user-friendly, it shouldn't take very long for the average user to become familiar with it, though it did take a while to learn how to edit a title. While recorded picture quality is adequate, the main problem with this machine is its uncanny ability to record entirely through a disc without detecting "disc errors" and then during the finalizing process (DVD-R) discs, you commonly get the message "DISC MAY NEED CLEANING OR IS DAMAGED PHYSICALLY".
As I've been using DVD recorders for almost two years, I didn't think that brand new DVD-R discs required cleaning, but I cleaned a couple anyway. No cigar. After trying to record approximately 40 DVD-R discs FOR VIDEO on this machine, from both Fuji and Ri-Data, I've had to throw away almost 45% of the discs. If you like to spend much money on discs, this is the machine for you. It's highly doubtful that I was unfortunate enough to purchase two bad batches of discs, from two different companies no less. Rather than contacting Toshiba, I threw the D-R2 into the trash with the latest disc it couldn't finalize successfully. To provide company for the Toshiba D-R2, I also tossed the Philips DVDR-75 recorder, another nearly worthless machine that has caused many people much grief. Does anyone know of any DVD recorders manufactured to be relatively grief-free?

4-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Recorder - Not For Dummies !
The Toshiba DVD recorder has too many great features to list in small review.If you are new to DVD Recorders or not willing to learn. Then get one desgined for dummies. But once you learn all its features, you will be rewarded with the finest quality recordings. Yes this unit has a 150 page manual, as well as two smaller ones. That alone should give you a clue as to how many features this has. The remote, does not have the strongest signal. However, you could always replace it with a universal remote. It does have some oddly labeled buttons. But once you learn them , all is fine.

The virtual keyboard that is used to name your DVDs. Is your standard "QWERTY" keyboard. Should you make a mistake there are a delete, backspace, and clear keys on the Keyboard. One odd feature is that you must press the PAUSE button for CAPS LOCK. But once you know that,it's simple to use. Just be sure to press the * key after you named your DVD disk. You are NOT able to edit chapter information on a DVD-R with ANY DVD RECORDER using DVD-R Disks. That's why this unit uses DVD-RW and DVD-RAM disks. Those disks are used for editing. The picture quality is excellent. There are three noise reduction units to prevent blocking and mosquito noise. Unless you record in the six hour speed you will not have to use them. In reply to the person who thinks this unit is difficult to use. He obviously needs a simple plug 'n' play tinker-toy unit like the $200 Gateway.

2-0 out of 5 stars Incomprehensible user interface
The Toshiba DVD recorder seems like it was created as a textbook example of how not to engineer a user interface. The underpowered remote, which will not work unless pointed directly at the recorder's sweet spot, is covered in a bewildering array of incomprehensively-labeled buttons. I'm a smart guy, but seeing buttons labeled "*" and "O" really puts me off. The virtual keyboard was evidently designed by a sadist; combinations of moving the cursor around the screen merge with strange elections like "pause" to toggle caps lock. Should you make a mistake (easy with the box's slow response times to its weak remote), you'll need to flip a little door open on the remote to find the "delete" button. Just be careful not to press the identical "clear all" button that's right next to it.

When I tried to edit chapter information, I got highly uninformative error messages about the option not being available. I had to dig through the 150-page instruction manual to find that I was getting the error because I was trying to add chapter information to a DVD-R, which is verboten.

The picture quality is decent. The built-in line doubler works tolerably well. But using this thing is like pulling teeth, and in fact I've barely touched on the pounding headaches this device will give you.

Mine is going back to the store. I'll get a DVD recorder manufactured by a company that actually hires people to create usable UI.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Picture - But Unit Too Sensitive to COPY PROTECTION
1-First ,I have to say this is an outstanding unit for the price.
If you are the type who likes to "Tweak" your Video and Audio controls to get the highest quality recordings.

Then this unit is for you.
It has so many controls it takes some time to learn. But even if you are not the "Tweaking" type, you could just leave it as is and still make great recordings. It takes some learning to use. But that is why it includes two easy to read (but large)manuals.

2-In regards to the person who wrote he has been getting disk errors. His unit must be faulty. I have had the toshiba for two months. I had about Four Disk errors ,and have used nearly 100 disks. All the disk errors were from the Maxell brand of disk. The TDK & FUJI Disks were perfect.

2- To the Person who has not been able to record movies from HBO and other pay channels. Please read Page FIVE of your manual. I had the same problem, until HBO told me what was wrong.
HBO (as of July,2004) Now COPY PROTECTS all thier programming.

HBO calls it "COPY ONCE" Protection. Meaning you may record
HBO ONCE, but are NOT able to make a COPY of the Original Recording.

Unfortunately,due to copy protection laws.
This TOSHIBA will Tape CONTENT with COPY ONCE Protection ONLY using DVD-RAM Disks.

- Page Five(5)of Manual states "This Unit will "NOT RECORD"
CONTENT with "COPY ONCE Protection"(HBO)using DVD-R/-RW Disks.

-This has been confirmed by TOSHIBA, CableVision & HBO.com
--Also, the HBO Copy Protection on the HBO ON DEMAND channel is a "COPY NEVER" protection.
So forget about recording the HBO VOD Channel with Any DVD Recorder.

--My advice for taping HB0 and any other copy protected content. Purchase the SIMA CT-2 video Enhancer from AMAZON.com.

That unit solves all your copy protection hassles and even enhances all your recordings! ... Read more


76. Toshiba Satellite M35X-S349 15.4" Notebook PC (Intel Pentium M Processor 735 (Centrino), 512 MB RAM, 80 GB Hard Drive, DVD Superdrive)
list price: $1,649.99
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Asin: B00062OCUG
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 245
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Whether sitting on your couch or in your office, the Satellite M35 Series with Intel Centrino mobile technology incorporates convenient productivity features ready for any business or home. Combined with an enhanced battery life and increased performance packaged in an eye-catching silver design, the Satellite M35 Series is the notebook you want for both work and play. ... Read more

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Laptop for a Great Price, but...
The keyboard has a very weird layout.So weird, in fact, that I decided to return mine and pay a 15% restocking fee at Best Buy (Amazon doesn't have a restocking fee for laptops as far as I know).The biggest issue I had with the keyboard is that there is no Ctrl key on the right side of the keyboard.If you use computers throughout the day you would likely use this key with the arrow keys and your right hand to jump around text and spreadsheets, among other things (pasting, copying, etc).Also, the Windows button is on the top - for me not as big of a deal but other reviewers had an issue with that.

However this laptop is a very good laptop other than this, and at a very good price...lots of memory and hard drive space, DVD burner, awesome widescreen screen, and Toshiba is one of the most reliable laptop brands according to Consumer Reports (Apple is by far the most reliable, followed by both Sony and Toshiba).

After returning the product I purchased the Sony VAIO VGN-A250 from Amazon.Almost identical features - the only differences are that the Sony DVD burner is a double layer drive (not super important for the majority of the public), and the Sony memory card reader only accepts Memory Sticks (which Sony cameras use) whereas Toshiba's memory card reader accepts 5 different types of cards (including SD, the most popular).Additionally the Sony turns out to be $100-200 more.

Lastly, Toshiba appears to be replacing their M35X line with M45 at the moment, which at a first glance is even cheaper, so keep a lookout for those.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Bright Screen with Excellent Performace!
I've just bought M35X-S349 after i saw SONY, HP & DELL and i'm quite impressed with the performance of Toshiba, surely the screen is amazingly crisp and bright. I'm not fond of only Toshiba as a brand but they are serious notebook makers for a long time now, and the type of quality and performance they give in such a price tag is simply awesome. Although the performance is excellent still i'll go for the memory upgrade to 1GB.

No negetive points i have noticed so far except that it takes longer time to load windows at the starup and the Windows button is very oddly placed on the right hand top side.

The battery backup is really good.

I'm happy with the 5 in 1 card reader as i have camcorder and a digital camera so it makes lot easier to transfer the images to the computer, i would strongly suggest that look for a multi card reader in your notebook as it is truly helpful.

If you are looking for a great performer with light weight mobility then you must go for this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars mobile and yet powerful with bright 15" screen
I looked at several notebooks from Sony, HP, Dell, and Apple, and this Toshiba was the best. First, the screen is very bright and sharp. 1.7 centrino is fast enough for most video, web surfing, and regular application. You can easily increase the memory to 2GB ( comes with 1x 512MB) which I updated by additional 512MB. DVD multidrive was better than others except Sony which had the dual layer. However, the real lightweight mobile notebooks have small screens (most 13"), and the desktop replacement notebooks such as the Sony K series or Toshiba's bigger version are too heavy and have very short battery life.
So, if you want a laptop, you want to carry and still use like desktop, this Toshiba is a very nice alternative. ... Read more


77. Toshiba SD-5980 Progressive Scan DVD Player with HDMI Output
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0007RB1WW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 1695
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Product Description

plays DVD-Video, DVD-R & DVD-RW, and Video CD * plays audio CD, audio CD-R & CD-RW, and MP3 & WMA CDs * video upconversion to 720p or 1080i * HDMI interface with multichannel audio and HDCP copy protection (upconverted video available through HDMI output only, 2m cable included) * high-definition digital photo playback (via HDMI only) * ... Read more

Features

  • HD JPEG Viewer
  • MPEG Decdr/Scaler
  • CD-RW/VCD/DVD-R
  • HDMI Output
  • Video Upconversion

78. Toshiba SD-P4000 14" Flat-Panel LCD TV with Built-In DVD Player

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Asin: B0002VCV04
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 7207
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Amazon.com Product Description

Enjoy the space-saving convenience and rich picture quality of Toshiba's compact, 14-inch SD-P4000 LCD television and DVD player combination. The set features a perfectly flat liquid-crystal display with 640 x 480 native pixel resolution and a built-in, slot-loading, progressive-scan DVD drive capable of playing not just movies but homemade DVD-R, VCD, and recordable CDs loaded with MP3 and WMA music files and JPEG images (digital photos).

This is an EDTV set, which means it's a step closer to high-definition or HDTV than standard TVs. 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.

LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference from, say, speakers), long screen life (with no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be cheaper and, to some eyes, slightly more natural looking than their plasma flat-panel counterparts.

The SD-P4000's 3-line comb filter enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt).

The SD-P4000 also includes Toshiba's Digital Cinema Progressive feature, which performs 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal. DVD mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; reverse 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

A component-video input grants optimum connection with digital satellite receivers and many digital video recorders, while standard composite- and S-video inputs accommodate most other video gear (including camcorders). A coaxial RF video/antenna input also accepts feeds from older VCRs and cable boxes, while a headphone jack permits private or late-night listening.

The set also offers closed-caption display, V-Chip parental control, a sleep timer, and a remote control that operates both the TV and the DVD player. ... Read more

Features

  • 14-inch flat-panel LCD television with standard 4:3 aspect ratio and built-in, space-saving DVD player; 17.2 x 13.1 x 7.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • 640 x 480 pixel resolution (EDTV); offers RF video/antenna input and component-, composite-, and S-video jacks
  • DVD player compatible with DVD-R, MP3 CD, WMA CD, and JPEG image CD
  • 3-line digital comb filter removes blurred edges between colors and reduces dot crawl
  • Offers Digital Cinema Progressive 3:2 pulldown, digital picture zoom, closed captioning, V-Chip parental control, headphone output

79. Toshiba SD-H400 Combination Progressive-Scan DVD Player and TiVo Digital Media Server
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B0000AA9E8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 10172
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Early Adopters Pick: June 2003. This is the first combination DVD player-TiVo digital video recorder.

Toshiba's SD-H400 digital media server offers the convenience of no-fee PVR service with the option for immediate upgrades alongside high-quality, progressive-scan DVD-Video playback--all from a single, easy-to-use component. The SD-H400 houses an 80 GB TiVo Series2 PVR that comes with TiVo Basic service, providing free, limited TiVo features right out of the box, with no subscription fees.

TiVo Basic service offers the ability to control live TV through features like pause, fast forward, rewind, and slow motion playback of live television; three days of electronic program guide; and manual recording capability by time and channel. The SD-H400 is the first device to offer TiVo Basic service.

The SD-H400's DVD-video section is equipped with a 10-bit/54 MHz video digital-to-analog converter for maximum color purity, detail, and resolution. When connected to a television via the unit's ColorStream Pro component-video outputs, you'll be ready to enjoy Toshiba's Digital Cinema Progressive technology with either DVDs or TiVo PVR playback. The SD-H400 can also play formats such as DVD-R, DVD-RW, video CD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 CDs.

Because the SD-H400 is built on TiVo Series2 technology, you have the ability to upgrade to full TiVo service to enjoy features such as Season Pass (the ability to record every episode of a program no matter when it airs, automatically), WishList (which finds and records programs that feature your favorite actor, director, or genre), Search by Title (which helps you find any show when all you know is its title), 14 days of program guide data, richer recording options, and an easy-to-use scheduling interface. (Full TiVo service costs $12.95 a month or $299 for a lifetime subscription; visit www.TiVo.com for detailed information.)

Another upgrade available to the Toshiba SD-H400 is the TiVo Home Media Option, a premium package of networked home entertainment. This configuration takes full advantage of the SD-H400's capabilities as a digital media server. The Home Media Option--an upgrade available via phone or broadband connection--lets you use the SD-H400's USB port to connect the SD-H400 to your wired or wireless home network and PC.

The Home Media Option adds the following features to the SD-H400: streaming MP3 files and digital photo viewing from a PC or Macintosh for playback through your TV or home-entertainment system, remote scheduling (through which you can schedule TiVo recordings from anywhere you can access the Internet), and connection to another TiVo Series2 PVR within your home (so you can share programs between the two units--for, say, viewing a program in the bedroom that was recorded in the family room, and vice versa). ... Read more

Features

  • Progressive-scan DVD player with integrated personal video recorder
  • Includes no-fee TiVo Basic service with the ability to pause live TV and store programs to the unit's 80 GB hard drive
  • Offers manual recording capability by time and channel
  • Compatible with DVD-R, DVD-RW, video CD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 CDs
  • Upgradeable to full TiVo service and TiVo home-networking capabilities (through paid services)

Reviews (27)

5-0 out of 5 stars Tivo is the key
I purchased the Toshiba SD-H400 about three weeks ago. I had previously owned a Tivo Series 1 recorder. What you basically are getting is a DVD player and Tivo Series 2 box that is light integrated. The functionality for recording is exactly the same as a regular Tivo Box. This means that it is designed to record from broadcast. By broadcast I mean cable or satilite. If you are looking to record things from you DV-Camcorder this is not the box for you. Also if you AV Input setup is complicated (use satilite for some channels and cable for others) this is not the box for you either. What this box excels at is convient recording for television programs. The plus of this box is it supports DVD playback. The DVD playback uses the standard Toshibia menus (not Tivo). The box is in one of two forgrond modes: Tivo Playback or DVD playback. Recording in the background can always occur. I like the Tivo EPG (Electronic Program Guide) data and find it easy to use for recording. My wife likes a single remote system that needs to switching (e.g. TV Input, etc). The box is easy to use and has some options for upgrade. Currently I have upgraded to Tivo Plus and the Home Media Option (this enables playback of MP3, WMA with plugin, and JPEG images from the PC). This is nice due to no hassle of finding the CDDA to play. I would highly remomded this system to people looking for a DVR and wishing to simplify their system setup. For expert users it is cheaper to get seperate units for the same funcionality. One nice thing about the combined box is digital audio output and progressive (including HD) output is enabled from Tivo. This is not possible with the seperate units.

5-0 out of 5 stars Combination unit is best of both worlds
This combo unit combines a great DVD player with a full TiVo system, meaning only one box on top of the television. It's super easy to use. I've had it for a week and I love it. Two things to note: 1) If you have a Toshiba Colorstream television, you will need to purchase a cable for the connection. The unit has the ports, but no cable is provided. The cables run $60-$90 or so. 2) There is no 30-second skip button like on TiVo units, which is a drag for skipping commercials, however it has a nice jump-back feature that accounts for your reaction time when hitting the play button during a fast forward. In short, you rarely miss any of the show after the commercial. Also, be sure to go to Toshiba's web site and get the rebate!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product: Good Blend of Value and Function
I've had it for about a week and did not have any problems setting the system up. I was able to sign into the Tivo service quickly and am in the processing of connecting it into the wireless network and removing the phone lines.

For those who would like to simplfy their electronic gadgets for their TV, this is an excellent product. I was able to free up a DVD player for another TV in the house.

3-0 out of 5 stars Love It -- Failed in Seven Weeks
I wanted to get my wife a Tivo unit since her biggest hobbie is watching TV. The Toshiba SD-H400 intrigued me since the basic Tivo service is free and would save on the subscriptin service. So I bought the unit for Mother's Day.

I love the unit, and once you get used to it, the Tivo service is really great. However, after a mere seven weeks of use the Live TV function would "lock up". After powering off the unit, doing resets, and reformatting the hard drive, the unit would still lock up on a single frame every 2-3 hours of use. Toshiba Customer Service wasn't much help -- just told me to do a reset. I was able to finally get a replacement unit, but it took a lot of effort.

Great idea and cool features, but the reliability of the SD-H400 is suspect in my mind.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good value
I recently got this for $199. Excellent deal for the price. One of the best features is the free TIVO basic. This means if you upgrade later down the line, the resell value of this unit should be decent because you can get fairly good fuctionality without paying $12.95 per month. Or if you want to cancel your full TIVO, it will default to the free basic service. This is one feature real TIVO owners would like to have.

I also like the fact that I can connect this to just one component input on my TV and both the TIVO and DVD work fine.

As for noise, I don't hear it at all.

DVD plays virtually every type disk I tried, including DVD+RW. ... Read more


80. Toshiba 14DL74 14" 4:3 EDTV-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV
list price: $799.99
our price: $499.99
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Asin: B0002JAROI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
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Perfect for a kitchen, office, bedroom, or den, Toshiba's slim and stylish 14-inch 14DL74 flat-panel LCD enhanced-definition TV (EDTV) can put a lot of screen in a little space. When connected to an optional HDTV receiver, its EDTV compatibility means all video sources are converted to crisp, clear 480p, a progressive-scan format that is capable of displaying an entire frame in a single pass, with 60 full frames per second. The advantage is a reduction in flicker and a more filmlike picture quality.

A four-line comb filter helps eliminate dot crawl and color bleeding, enhancing fine detail, cleaning up image outlines, and removing most extraneous colors. And with LCD TVs, there's no risk of image burn-in, so you don't have to be concerned with still images on your screen. The high 500:1 contrast ratio gives you better subtle color details and the ability to see the picture in bright light conditions. Toshiba's CT-864 remote allows for immediate access to basics like channel changing and volume as well as picture and sound adjustments and input switching. And since it glows, you can do them all in low-lighting conditions.

Built-in speakers (2.5 watts per channel) sit below the 4:3 aspect ratio screen, giving you full stereo sound without needing to connect to an external speaker system. News, Hall, and Theater sound modes help recreate audio environment conditions for more realistic sound reproduction.

The 14DL74 isn't without its fair share of hookups, either. In addition to a standard jack for your cable or antenna feed for use with the internal 181-channel NTSC tuner, there are two rear-panel composite-video inputs as well as a rear component jack and two S-video inputs. These are perfect for connecting a VCR, camcorder, gaming system, or DVD player, letting you create a complete entertainment center in cramped quarters. There's also a mini stereo headphone jack in case you need to keep the sound to yourself.

At less than 3 inches deep and just 8 pounds, this flat-panel LCD TV can easily be mounted on a wall (with an optional bracket) to keep it up and out of the way. Or use the included tilt-and-swivel stand to use on a shelf or entertainment center.

What's in the Box
14-inch LCD TV, pedestal stand, remote control, 2 AA batteries, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 14-inch enhanced-definition flat-panel LCD TV with a 4:3 aspect ratio; 13.9 x 12.9 x 2.9 inches (W x H x D)
  • 4-line digital comb filter, high 450 cd/m2 brightness, and 500:1 contrast ratio
  • V-chip rating and channel lockout controls keep children from being exposed to undesirable material
  • S-video, component, and composite inputs
  • 2.5-watts-per-channel built-in stereo audio system; Three different sound modes for more realistic listening conditions

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