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$329.99 list($549.99)
81. Toshiba D-VR3 DVD Recorder/VCR
Too low to display $259.99 list($399.99)
82. Toshiba 27AF44 27" Flat MTS TV
$180.00 list($399.99)
83. Toshiba e335 Pocket PC
$599.99
84. Toshiba e805 Pocket PC with Windows
list($1,199.99)
85. Toshiba 32HF73 32" HDTV-Ready
$1,369.99 list($1,399.99)
86. Remanufactured Toshiba Satellite
87. TOSHIBA U105 Libretto Notebook
$2,299.00 $2,238.82
88. Toshiba TDP-D2-US XGA 2500 Lumens
$184.33 list($199.99)
89. Toshiba MD14F51 14" Flat TV/DVD
$1,791.95 list($2,599.99)
90. Toshiba 57H94 57" HD-Integrated
Too low to display list($349.99)
91. Toshiba 24 AF45 24 inch FST Pure
$329.88 list($599.99)
92. Toshiba e740 Pocket PC
Too low to display list($89.99)
93. Toshiba SD-3960 DVD Player
$360.99 list($499.99)
94. Toshiba Gigabeat MEG-F40S 40 GB
Too low to display list($999.99)
95. Toshiba 35AF44 35" Pure Flat TV
list($799.99)
96. Toshiba SD-P2500 8.9" Portable
$799.99 $649.93 list($849.99)
97. Toshiba SD-P5000 Portable 15"
Too low to display $141.95 list($159.99)
98. Toshiba MD13Q41 13" TV/DVD Combo
Too low to display $176.95 list($249.99)
99. Toshiba MD14FP1 14" Flat Screen
$199.99 $186.99 list($249.99)
100. Toshiba MD9DP1 9" TV / DVD Combo

81. Toshiba D-VR3 DVD Recorder/VCR Combination
list price: $549.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002J2IO0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 890
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Amazon.com Product Description

Delivering great convenience on two fronts, Toshiba's D-VR3 combination DVD recorder and VCR opens a world of video recording and archiving options while saving valuable shelf space. It's a 4-head, hi-fi stereo VCR and a full-featured, progressive-scan DVD player that handles your DVDs, CDs, MP3 music discs, and JPEG-filled digital-photo discs, all wrapped into a component that stands just 3 inches tall. The recorder can store up to 12 hours of audio/video--whether broadcast programming or copies of your home movies to share with loved ones--on a 4.7 GB double-sided DVD-RAM disc and 6 hours on a write-once DVD-R or recordable DVD-RW.

The D-VR3's disc recorder offers the flexibility of recording on both DVD-RAM--perfect for instant chapter access and for multiple rerecordings--as well as DVD-R, the most widely compatible of the many DVD formats (great for sharing camcorder footage with loved ones). DVD-RW compatibility lets you erase and rewrite, though relatively few players and computer drives will play back DVD-RWs. DVD-RAM discs can be read, written, and erased more than 100,000 times.

Time Slip lets you use the device like a digital video recorder, or DVR. Because of DVD-RAM's speedy transfer rate, you can view the recorded portion of an ongoing program from the beginning, while still recording the show in progress.

The D-VR3 features a 181-channel cable-compatible tuner and advance programming accessible to both the VCR and the DVD recorder. Input your own program data or take advantage of built-in Gemstar VCR Plus+ (C3) technology for simplified programming. XDS auto clock set with Daylight Savings adjust ensures that your recorder will always be on time.

In addition to recording new video content, the D-VR3 lets you transfer and even enhance your favorite video recordings to durable, space-saving discs--a terrific way to archive, preserve, and access your movies and family videos. A convenient front-panel IEEE-1394 input is perfect for direct digital transfers of mini DV camcorder footage.

For superlative playback, the D-VR3 is equipped with a 10-bit/54 MHz video digital-to-analog converter capable of great color purity and detail. When connected to a high-definition or HD-ready television through its ColorStream Pro component-video outputs, the D-VR3 delivers a progressive-scan DVD picture. 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 D-VR3 also features Toshiba's Digital Cinema Progressive (3:2 pulldown reversal) for DVD playback. DVD mastering commonly introduces a distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown reversal digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

The deck's abundant connections include 2 composite-video and 1 S-video input, 2 sets of stereo analog (left/right) RCA inputs (with a choice, for DVD recording, of uncompressed, linear PCM or, to conserve disc space, Dolby Digital 2.0 audio encoding). The DVD and VCR sections share a single composite-video output and stereo analog audio output (saving input space on your TV or audio receiver), while the DVD player also offers the component-video outputs mentioned above, an S-video output, and a pair of digital-audio outputs (1 coaxial, 1 optical) for channeling Dolby Digital and DTS multichannel surround signals to a compatible digital surround receiver.

What's in the Box
DVD recorder/VCR combo, remote control, remote batteries, user's manual, stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable, RF coaxial video cable. ... Read more

Features

  • 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; VCR Plus+ (C3) simplifies DVD/VCR advanced programming
  • Progressive-scan DVD output for flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready screens
  • Front-panel audio/video and IEEE-1394 DV input for easy connection with a camcorder, second VCR, or other device
  • Measures 17 x 3.2 x 12.6 inches (W x H x D)

82. Toshiba 27AF44 27" Flat MTS TV
list price: $399.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001CVBVE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 1425
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's 27-inch flat-screen tube TV offers clean component-video inputs, front and rear AV connections, a 181-channel tuner, and several features to enhance picture quality, such as an Invar Shadow Mask, 3-line digital comb filter, and black level expander. The FST Pure Fine Pitch "purely flat" picture tube eliminates unwanted reflections that occur with conventional tube TVs. It also delivers a broader viewing angle along with the enhanced picture linearity necessary to produce accurate, lifelike images. An Invar Shadow Mask enhances color reproduction, and its 3-line digital comb filter with vertical contour correction provides more accurate processing of RF and composite-video signals for a sharp, clean picture.

A double-baffle speaker system (5 watts per channel) provides improved stereo sound reproduction without connecting additional speakers, while the StableSound system maintains TV volume within a preset range regardless of the source signal. MTS stereo with dbx allows for full stereo sound, as well as access to SAP (Secondary Audio Program) audio for bilingual or secondary audio tracks. In addition, the TV's onscreen display menus are available in English, Spanish, or French.

The 27AF44 features component-video, composite-video, and S-Video inputs on the rear of the unit, with additional front-panel AV for quick and easy connection of video games or a video camera. It also includes a headphone jack. It has a sleep timer, and both channel locks and video input source locks as well as V-Chip technology for parental control. Additional convenient features include channel labeling, a game timer, and last-channel return.What's in the Box
TV, universal remote control, batteries, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 27-inch TV with FST Pure flat tube; 29.25 x 22.5 x 18.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • Double baffle speaker system with 5 watts per channel
  • Simulated surround sound creates spacious audio
  • Velocity scan modulation increases definition for HDTV and progressive scan
  • Rear composite output, S-video input, and component-video input

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect except...
I only have one negative comment about this newly released Toshiba design. When switching stations, I hear a "whump" in the first moment of sound. It seems like a dampening problem in the design. Probably only audiophiles will notice it, however. Other than that, I think it is an excellent buy for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Has "BIG THEATER" appearance....
Gives a Big Theater appearance when used in the rather small living room of a modular home. As the manufacturer states: there is no glare such as conventional screens produce, and it does have an amazing viewing angle. Very easy setup to any other components. After owning most of the major brands, I recommend this product very highly. A great price too! ... Read more


83. Toshiba e335 Pocket PC
list price: $399.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006RU4L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 10168
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Easy to use, the Toshiba Pocket PC e335 features a familiar user interface and tools from Microsoft, such as Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Pocket Outlook, and Microsoft Windows Media Player for Pocket PC 2002. Play audio and video files and organize and view your favorite pictures, all with the Toshiba Pocket PC e335's incredible expansion capabilities, including an integrated Secure Digital (SD) media slot for additional memory or wireless connectivity (via the optional Bluetooth SD card) and USB host functionality that allows the user to plug the device into a full-size keyboard.

Display
The e335 features high resolution on its 240 x 320 pixel backlit color display, which can display over 65,000 colors.

Expansion
With the Toshiba e335 Secure Digital expansion slot, you can get virtually unlimited data storage with Secure Digital removable media. You can transfer digital content between your Toshiba handheld and other Secure Digital card-compatible products, including digital cameras, digital camcorders, and PCs.

Operating System
The Toshiba e335 is powered by Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 operating system, which offers many enhancements over earlier operating systems. You'll get improved handwriting recognition, more reliable synchronization, increased security, and the ability to chat using MSN Messenger.

Extra Software
In addition to the built-in applications that come with Pocket PC 2002, the Toshiba e335 comes with Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Pocket Outlook, Pocket Internet Explorer, Microsoft Reader, Microsoft Windows Media Player 8 for Pocket PC, File Explorer, MSN Messenger, Microsoft Transcriber, Microsoft ActiveSync 3.5, Microsoft Outlook 2000, Adobe Acrobat Reader for Pocket PC, and ArcSoft PhotoBase.

In the Box
The Toshiba e335 comes with a USB cradle, AC adapter, stylus, soft slip case, quick-start card, and warranty card. It's backed by a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight, thin Pocket PC with 64 MB RAM and 32 MB ROM and 300 MHz XScale processor
  • Secure Digital memory card slot for transferring and storing music, picture and more
  • 240 x 320 pixel, 3.5-inch TFT LCD screen displays more than 65,000 colors
  • Features the Pocket PC 2002 operating system, with improved handwriting recognition and versions of Pocket Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • What's in the box: Toshiba e335, USB cradle, AC adapter, Stylus, Soft slip case, Quick-start card, User manual, Warranty card

Reviews (60)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the price
I couldn't help but notice all the complaints about battery life in the reviews here. 24-30 hours while the unit was turned OFF? I don't think so. I've had this unit off the charger for days, and kept a decent charge. Granted, if you leave it on, it drains the battery in several hours, but any backlit PDA does that.

Good screen, good features, VERY thin and light, and better input methods and syncing than any Palm. Having the choice of transcriber, block input (i.e., Graffiti), character recognition, and keyboard for different situations is great.

Pocket Word and Excel are included, as is Reader (load in a few books - it's great for boring staff meetings or waiting in line at the store). Programs like Notes, Tasks, and Calendar all have better functionality than their Palm counterparts.

And these days, you just can't beat the price. Well, that's not true. Yes you can, with Dell's new PDAs. But those things look like bricks, compared to the Toshiba. For me, Toshiba's slim design was very important.

Issues include a low expandability (only 1 SD slot) and a relatively slow 300 MHz proc - slow as in it's not 400 Mhz, mind you; it's still plenty fast for everyday use. Plus, it's less stable than the Palm OS. As a comparison, I had to restart my old Palm maybe once or twice in the year that I used it. This Pocket PC, I have to restart about once a week. It's somewhat annoying, but I find it an acceptable trade-off for the better features.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very pleased with my Toshiba!
This is my 3rd PDA in one week, and I'm very happy with my decision to return my 2 previous purchases, both Palm's. I started with the Palm M500 thinking since this is my first PDA and I'm not a real "technoid", it should suffice. Wrong! I wasn't happy with the monochrome and I figured for a little more money I could double my memory and get color so I returned it for the 515m. While I was very happy with that product and had easily mastered the graffiti and the "user friendly" applications, I was not totally satisfied until I checked out the Pocket PC's. After much research and looking around, I chose the Toshiba e335, and I'm very satisfied with my purchase. It has the ability to play mp3's which the palms did not and the color screen is much easier to read than the palm m515. I also prefer the Microsoft format and the ability to chose which writing style I prefer; block recognition, transcriber, letter recognizer or keyboard. It also has a voice recorder which I haven't used yet. All in all this is a great unit and the more I play around with it the more I like it. I haven't had any difficulty synchonizing it and I have activated the Avantgo feature and update daily the channels I have selected to view. With this device and the os, I will not feel the desire, nor the need, to upgrade in the near future. This should satisfy for a very long time.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good PDA
Got it around my birthday Sept of 2003, Great buy, 2 problems shipping took almost 2 weeks instead of 2 days from NJ to MA, 2nd Battery problems almost 2 months later Toshiba was able to replace but battery problem continued so I gave up. All in all 8 months later and other than battery still loving it. Would buy from seller again. Still the shipping was a bit delayed but it was still a reliable PDA

1-0 out of 5 stars Great PC, Don't buy from Amazon
On December 2, 2003 I ordered the Toshiba E335 from Amazon.com because it showed a great price and a 20 dollar mail-in-rebate. I was so excited to find a Pocket PC with 300 MHZ, MS Pocket PC 2003, and 64 MB of ram for under 200 dollars that I purchased one for my dad and one for my brother-in-law as Christmas Gifts. I was certain I would receive my package any day when I received an email from Amazon.com Customer Service saying that they had oversold the pocket pc and I would receive neither of the items I ordered. Needless to say, I am very discouraged.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great As A First PDA
If you're shopping around for your first PDA, the Toshiba E-335 Pocket PC should satisfy. It comes with 64MB of memory with an SD slot for additional storage. The interface is easy to read and understand and bright (but this comes at a cost at draining your battery power). Its very thin and light. Synchronizing with Microsoft Outlook 2000 or XP to a laptop or desktop PC with the USB is painless and fast. You can even browse the Web with the included Internet Explorer, view PDFs with the included Acrobat Reader, and play MP3s with the included Windows Media Player. My only quibble is that a slight push of the buttons can turn it on without you knowing while its in your pocket, draining the battery, but configuring the power setting to shut off after a minute of idle time should counter this. ... Read more


84. Toshiba e805 Pocket PC with Windows Mobile 2003
list price: $599.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000DBJUB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 15942
Average Customer Review: 3.09 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Intel processor at a phenomenal 400 MHz
  • 128 MB SDRAM
  • Secure Digital and CompactFlash Card slots
  • Analog resistance sensitive touch panel
  • Integrated Wi-Fi

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars I love mine, more pros than cons
I had the iPAQ but I had to have an expansion pack to use a CF card and the battery seemed to die everyday. This has everything I want built in. I know it doesn't have Bluetooth, but either does my laptop or cell phone but both have IR so the included IR on the e805 was important. I have a 1gb CF card and a 512sd card which are recognized without a hitch (not the case on my iPAQ where I constantly had to soft boot) WiFi configured really easily. I backed up my new unit and did a hard reset and restore, which worked perfectly and easily. I love the large screen for viewing my photos and short mov videos and my maps from pocket streets, the included apps are great but I did have one multimedia app from my iPAQ that I use and love. Battery lasts about 3 days w/normal use. Not as large as I expected, but then the iPAQ w/expansion was very large and heavy. I use a leather case for the e740 which was tight at first, but works great. Toshiba isn't the greatest with support or customer service and this unit didn't come with ANYthing, no cards, no screen cover, no case, which did come with my iPAQ. But I love the built in CF and SD cards, the large screen, ease of use voice recorder. The only thing I don't like is the stylus.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is one Great PPC - Highly recommended
Well, I took the plunge and replaced my E740 finally. I decided to go with the E805 because of the built SD and CF card slots. I bought the Pharos GPS system at the same time, hence my decision to get the 805 over any of the HP models.

Out of the box, the unit is a thing of moderate beauty. The blue face is a welcome change from the standard silver faces of most PDAs. The button panel is well layed out and very handy. There is an option to make the 4 way button into an 8 way button, that might be handy for gamers.

On turn on, the thing just aims to please the user. This screen is BRILLIANT, even when not in VGA mode. It's bright, bigger than most at 4 inches and has wonderful color. When you switch to VGA mode, it gets even better, but more on that later. The box has all the necessary equipment, and in a few moments I was installing everything that I have from previous PDAs and delighted to see it all working well. Then I noted the speed, this thing is a demon. Having the extra memory (128mb) and 400mhz processor is a real boon. By the time I was done installing all my software on it, I was nowhere near the memory crunch I had with all my previous machines.

The built in VGA is a little weird, since as delivered by Toshiba, the VGA mode is very limited in what it can do. There are, however, 2 free programs over at the brighthand site that allows all programs to use VGA mode.

The built is WiFi is GREAT, I turned it on and it found my wireless network in a few moments and I was surfing the web. Gotta love that!

All in all, this is my best and favorite PDA of all. Bye IPAQ, Hello 805

Pros - Memory, beautiful screen, speed, great looks, built in Wi-Fi connectivity.
Cons - A little bigger than most

1-0 out of 5 stars e-805 Toshiba PDA
The toggle switch on my new e805 broke the second time I moved it from WiFi to off. I sent the unit in under warrenty. Toshiba warrenty department said the mother board must be replaced to fix the toggle switch and is not covered under warrenty. They charged $125.00 to repair unit. I've bought a lot of Toshiba products, this will be the last.
Guy A. Edwards
Sturgis
South Dakota

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Fine !
I purchased the e805 dispite the bad reviews here and let me tell you mine works fine. I use it with navagation software and find it works way better than I expected.(travroute) E-mail works fine as does connecting to wireless internet services. I have had no problems with the screen. Not to mention I got lucky and paid $499.00 from COMPUSA. 2 THUMBS UP...Anyone interested in navagation software should give TRAVROUTE a try.

2-0 out of 5 stars A very unhappy camper
I placed one of the earliest orders for this unit. The unit is fine, as far as that goes.
Feb 2, 2004
Now I am having problems with the device (see appended comments below)

March 18, 2004
More problems: the unit is now inoperable (see appended comments)

Additional Comments as of 2004-02-08:
1) The touch screen is now starting to malfunction. When I first turn the unit on I am getting many clicks (as if I am tapping the screen, which I am not). Also, later, if I even touch the case at the upper/right corner (not even near the actual display) the unit clicks (as if I am tapping the screen). Also upper sides of case sometimes.
2) Status of Toshiba Order for critical supplies (screen overlays and replacement styli):
Shipping is Waiting to Pack Order (from Toshiba account status)
In other words, they still don't have the items. About March 10, 2004 the screen overlays FINALLY arrived. Not a bad turnaround for something critical - two months. However, the unit is now inoperable, the screen does not respond. Did a total system reset, was operable for awhile. Then, screen clicking like a geiger counter it has stopped responding again. ... Read more


85. Toshiba 32HF73 32" HDTV-Ready TV with FST PURE Flat Tube
list price: $1,199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000093URH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 42666
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Toshiba 32HF73 features 32" HD Compatible FST PURE flat tube that eliminates unwanted reflections from room light compared to conventional tubes designs and increases viewing angle. Invar Shadow Mask enhances color reproduction thanks to its nickel-alloy construction, making it more heat resistant than conventional iron masks. CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This results in a significant reduction in jagged-line artifacts which produces a smoother, more natural image. Selectable 540p, for users who want to display a progressive scan image from a progressive scan source, is available via the on-screen menu. Auto 16:9 Mode (1080i Vertical Compression) allows the consumer to display a 16:9 HD source (full 1080i) on their 4:3 HD Compatible television. This mode will create black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. 3D Y/C Digital Comb Filter with Vertical Contour Correction provides more accurate processing of RF and composite video signals for a sharper, cleaner picture This advanced Comb Filter significantly reduces detail noise, seen as shimmering or flicker, in complex or intricately detailed scenes. ... Read more

Features

  • Dual high-definition component-video inputs with HD window multi-scan POP (picture-on-picture)
  • 32-inch HD-compatible 4:3 aspect-ratio television featuring CrystalScan HDSC; 34.5 x 26.5 x 22.625 inches (W x H x D)
  • Accepts 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i inputs and offers 1 DVI connection
  • Cinema Mode 3:2 pulldown (corrects frame rate for movie viewing)
  • 3D Y/C digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction accurately processes RF (broadcast, VCR) and composite-video (DVD, VCR, camcorder) signals

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great HDTV.
I purchased this TV last week. I am very impressed with it and have absolutely no complaints. It is the best deal out there right now.

5-0 out of 5 stars Killer HDTV for the cash.
I originally wanted the 36 inch version since it was on clearance at best buy. They were all sold out the very next morning. So after spending about an hour debating which TV I wanted (I needed one that day, I was moving into my apartment)I decided against the Sony WEGA 36 since I've had nothing but problems with Sony products and chose the this one and saved some cash (the sony and the one I wanted were about $1400). In all I like it. The TV takes some time to set up properly (my friend has a DVD that helps calibrate the image). It has a black screen that helps make the contrast better (black is now truly black and not just a dark grey) but makes the image a little dark unless set up right. But It now looks Awesome! I just got HD Digital cable and It looks sweet.

BTW the main reason I chose a tube over the many nice projections they had is becasue I play a LOT of video games. I know for a fact the projections burn-in easily and I was told by the salesman that plasmas and LCDs burn in even easier (That has to be true becasue he basically advised me to buy a cheaper TV instead, he wouldn't do that if it weren't true). I have an Xbox with component cables, PS2 with S video (hopefully soon component, I ran out of component hook-ups and now need a switcher), Progressive scan DVD player, and HD digital cable. All of them look great.

Few things, there are only 2 HD component hook-ups (Hello, Toshiba we bought an HDTV and we want EVRYTHING that can possibly plug-into it in HD now). The sound is okay but not great (I blew all my money on video and now have to use the TV speakers, I'm glad it's a small apartment). Oh yeah, It's heavier than crap!

5-0 out of 5 stars HDTV in decent size and price
This is my first HDTV. I have very good regular TVs (with a recently retired Proton that had a picture that was truly exceptional). I would love to spring for the 16:9 format, and the real impact and fun are at the 40 inch or larger realm. So this 32" version (32HF73) was the choice at $999 over Christmas. We have HDTV signal through cable (have not tried over the air HDTV). Only a few options for us at this point: networks, 2 HBOs, 2 Showtimes, and INHD channels. Since this is a 4:3 screen, movies are viewed through letterbox on the premium channels. Showtime is reduced slightly from the full screen (cable installer said that was Showtime).

The picture is really great, even when a network isn't broadcasting in HD (which is often the case for the regular networks). I am told that is changing. I have had digital cable for some time and Cinemax has a spectacular picture. Showtime has never been as sharp as Cinemax. So the analog to HDTV was never a shocker via digital as an intermediate. But this tv delivers all channels in a more pleasing form and appearance. There was a tremendous change to HDTV in both picture quality and apparently in sound as well. At this time, I use the tv speakers, but the Toshiba has some good processing to deliver increased audio dimensionalty.

High points of the conversion, besides picture quality: multiple component video inputs (so a dvd player can be added), easy changing from a normal 4:3 to a letterbox shape (networks often display better without distortion as a 4:3 rather than letterbox), easy connection to cable and set-up, and improvement in all ordinary signals (analog or digital). The last could just be the construction of the tube and masking qualities.

Low points: slowness in transitioning from the analog signal to an HDTV signal of the same program content (I was trying to do an A-B comparison but my memory fades during the wait), fundamentally 32" is too small when in the letterbox format (not that I have any better choice at home, but my expectations were raised), bad for me was the $100 price drop to $899 I just noticed (good for you), and, if I inadvertently turn the set off, I need several steps to get back to the proper HD feed input. It would be nice to set defaults to go there automatically (perhaps there is, but I haven't found it as yet).

My entire family really likes the picture. It falls short of the large screen blast (not Toshiba's fault). If you want HDTV now, it is a great $900 option. If you want a more overwhelming hit: get a larger screen. Cable HDTV costs extra (a new cable box and service). The 57 page manual is very good, but it doesn't elaborate all the time on choices and why you'd choose one setting over another. More technical information is available at the Toshiba website.

As a postscript: delivery from Amazon was problematic. It comes by freight and the freight company was in no hurry to deliver it. Not an Amazon fault. So it was in town for awhile before I could arrange delivery. Arggh when you can hardly wait for delivery.

4-0 out of 5 stars people submitting bad reviews for different products
"Therefore, the Toshiba 36HF73 36" Flat-Screen HD TV is not defective and we will not be able to offer further assistance or allow the TV to be returned for a refund. "

a) This is NOT the 36 inch, it is the 32.
b) ALL 4x3 tubes will have some bowtie effect on widescreen films, and before buying I looked at all in the class and the Toshiba 32 had the LEAST!
c) you are reviewing the 36 and placing the review in the 32. 3" in a tube set is at the very limits of consumer engineering for tubes. when looking at a widescreen film on a 36' tube, even the best in its class like the toshiba, you are the most likely to get a bowtie. read any information on the variety of choices, ie: largest tube (36") plus widescreen film = bowtie.

1-0 out of 5 stars Toshiba Flat screen HDTV
I purchased the 36 inch Toshiba HDTV. However, the picture set up is not good. The pictures bows from the center to the edges.A straight line towards the top or bottom of the screen noticebly bends to the corners.It becomes even more noticable in the HDTV 16x9 mode.I have had it serviced by one Toshiba authorized repair shop.The service technician told me there was nothing he could do after bringing it into their shop.I will try other repair shops, for $1400 the picture should be perfect. If I had purchased locally I would return the TV, but Amazon does not allow returns on large TVs.
The final word from Amazon customer service and Toshiba: I have spoken with the Toshiba technical support and they have informed me that this is a normal occurance and that the bow affect you are experiancing is a common in this type of TV and that it is within their specifications.

Therefore, the Toshiba 36HF73 36" Flat-Screen HD TV is not defective and we will not be able to offer further assistance or allow the TV to be returned for a refund. ... Read more


86. Remanufactured Toshiba Satellite P25-S5263 Notebook PC (Intel Pentium 4, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB Hard Drive, DVD-RW/CD-RW Drive)
list price: $1,399.99
our price: $1,369.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007LUIZO
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Toshiba (Reconditioned)
Sales Rank: 581
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Amazon Product Description

The Basics
An awesome roster of portable computers designed for those who won't accept anything less than the finest mobile performance, Toshiba's P25 series of Satellite notebooks will handle virtually any duty you might normally reserve for high-end desktop PCs. As powerful "desktop replacement" notebooks, they are somewhat bulkier and less battery efficient than today's new breed of ultra-lightweight notebooks. However, true power users will find the extra size a small price to pay for amenities such as high-end Pentium 4 processing, solid 3D graphic capabilities and massive 17-inch widescreen displays. This model, the Satellite P25-5263 Notebook PC, features all of the above plus DVD recording and a spacious 80 GB hard disk.

Processor
At the heart of any computer lies the CPU (or processor), a massive collection of miniature transistors that governs the speed and power of the entire unit. Some of today's notebooks are equipped with high-end CPU's on par with those found in top-of-the-line desktop PCs, while others are quick enough only for basic duties such as word processing, email and the like. The Satellite P25-5263 lies firmly in the latter category, equipped with a blazing 3.2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor with Hyper-Threading. Hyper-Threading, a new Intel technology, allows a single CPU system (which most are) to behave at times as a dual CPU system, thus adding substantially more speed to some high-end tasks. Running at 3.2 GHz, this particular processor would be one of the fastest in any notebook, but it is nothing less than spectacular with its Hyper-Threading support.

Memory
Computers typically store information on their hard drive, but they keep frequently and recently accessed data in Random Access Memory (RAM) for faster retrieval. More RAM means more efficient computing, superior multitasking and less strain on your hard drive. The Satellite P25-5263 incorporates 512 MB of RAM, more than enough for most situations. Ultra-demanding users may want to expand their RAM, and with the Satellite P25-5263 they can, to a boggling maximum of 2048 MB.

Video
CPU's are usually so busy doing basic calculations that they need help translating visual output to the viewing screen. This is the duty of the graphics card (or graphics controller). This system's graphics controller is an nVidia GeForce FX Go5200 with 64 MB of dedicated video RAM. While a graphics card with 128 MB or more of video RAM is considered ideal for a completely smooth frame rate in state-of-the-art 3D games and 3D animation apps, this card is nevertheless comparatively powerful and more than enough for all but the most demanding gamers and 3D artisans.

Display
You'll love the way your DVD movies and 3D games look on the system's roomy 17-inch TFT WXGA display. Substantially larger than most notebook viewing screens, this display is especially notable for its widescreen format, the same panoramic configuration favored by movie-makers and some high-end game producers. And with a maximum resolution of 1440 by 900, you can expect super-sharp images no matter what application you're using.

Hard Disk
The Satellite P25-5263 features a massive 80 GB of hard disk space. This amount of data storage is a welcome perk indeed for those who want to operate a broad range of applications and also keep a large library of space-gobbling music and/or multimedia files.

Optical Drive
An optical drive is essential in today's computing environment. A "CD-ROM" drive allows you to install CD-based applications and play music CDs. A "CD-RW" drive adds CD "burning", so you can also backup your important files to long-lasting discs and create personalized music CDs. With a DVD-ROM drive you can watch DVD movies. And with a DVD-RW drive, you can "write" home movies to durable discs and archive files to DVD (DVDs boast more than seven times the storage capacity of a CD). Some drives allow you to do a combination of all of these tasks. This system features a DVD-Super-Multi drive that supports all of the above in each of today's most common CD and DVD formats.

Audio
The system features an integrated audio processor that mimics the spatial awareness of surround sound, and two harman-kardon speakers for powerful mobile stereo output.

Keyboard and Controls
You'll control your notebook via an 85-key keyboard with 12 function keys, dedicated Windows keys support, and a TouchPad pointing device with scroll. CD controls include Play/Pause, Stop/Eject, Previous, and Skip/Next.

Connectivity and Expansion
The Satellite P25-5263 offers a wide variety of ways to keep in touch, including a 56K modem for low-speed dial-up Internet and email access, an RJ-45 Ethernet port for high-speed wired network and Internet, and integrated wireless LAN for cordless e-communication at home, at the office or on the road via a local public hotspot. Other key amenities include four high-speed USB 2.0 ports for plug and play devices such as external drives and digital cameras, an infrared port for interacting with wireless peripherals, an IEEE 1394 FireWire port (commonly used for quick data uploads from digital camcorders), and a digital (S-Video) TV-out port.

Operating System and Software
Toshiba has fitted the system with today's most widely accepted operating system, Microsoft's Windows XP Home Edition.

Dimensions and Weight
Notebook computers are manufactured in a wide variety of sizes and weights. Many of today's most powerful notebooks are also the largest, weighing ten or twelve lbs or more and therefore too big and cumbersome for extensive, continuous traveling. These are often referred to as "desktop replacements". On the other extreme are "thin and lights" or "ultra-portables", super-miniaturized units that typically aren't as powerful as their larger brethren but weigh as little as two lbs and will often fit comfortably inside a large purse. The Satellite P25-5263 is definitely larger than average, yet more compact than many other "desktop replacements" at 16.4 by 11.5 by 1.8 inches and 9.9 lbs.

Power
The system is equipped with a 12-cell Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery that delivers 1.5 hours between charges. This is not particularly efficient when compared with less capable ultra-portables using Intel's Centrino technology and Pentium M processor, but is in keeping with standard desktop replacement battery longevity. ... Read more


87. TOSHIBA U105 Libretto Notebook Computer

Asin: B0009MFQ58
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 629
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Product Description

Big idea. Small design.

The libretto® U105 includes the power of a standard-sized notebook packed into an innovative, 2.2 pound mini-notebook design. While small in size, it is big on advanced features, including a battery-conserving Intel® Pentium® M processorand a generous 60GB hard drive. It also comes bundled with a DVD Dock (DVD SuperMulti drive) that lets you burn CDs or DVDs or watch DVD movies on the road. The libretto® U105, the smallest and lightest notebook from Toshiba,is also at the forefront of security technology with a fingerprint reader that helps assure the safety of your data. At practically half the size of standard notebooks, the fully functional libretto® U105 is perfect for busy travelers and others on the go.

TruBrite™ screen technology allows notebook users to enjoy a brighter, more vivid visual experience whether watching home movies, viewing DVDs or playing games. This technology also extends the viewable range of the notebook’s display, allowing images to be seen clearly from a wider angle than most notebook screens.

Notes:

  • The DVD drive is integrated in the DVD Dock which is included in the carton.
  • This model features an integrated Wireless 802.11b/g and Bluetooth LAN connection.
  • 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.
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88. Toshiba TDP-D2-US XGA 2500 Lumens Video Projector
list price: $2,299.00
our price: $2,299.00
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Asin: B00008SCG3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 66877
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Product Description

Toshiba TDP-D2 projector Toshiba's TDP-D2 projector is an ideal solution for presenters who demand versatility, quality and portability. At just 5.3 lbs, the TDP-D2 is light enough to carry through an airport, pack in a car, or to move from room to room in an office setting. 2500 lumens of brightness make it a great choice for multiple uses in small and large audience settings. Stand out features include monitor out capability, USB connection, automatic keystone correction, full-function remote with laser pointer, and a whisper quiet fan. ... Read more


89. Toshiba MD14F51 14" Flat TV/DVD Combo
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0007RB1V8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 33296
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Product Description

Toshiba Consumer (TV/DVD/etc) (MD14F51) 14" DVDPureFlatF/AV ... 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
  • 14-inch flat CRT combo TV/DVD player; measures 17.3 x 15.5 x 15.25 inches (W x H x D)
  • Double baffle front-firing speaker design

90. Toshiba 57H94 57" HD-Integrated Projection TV
list price: $2,599.99
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Asin: B0001YI9YY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 10792
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's 57H94 TheaterWide series CRT-based projection television is a cutting-edge component to carry you into the world of high-definition TV. The 57-inch set displays high-definition signals, improves standard-definition sources, and receives high-definition broadcasts--you don't need an external DTV set-top box to view true 1080i programming. The set delivers stunning images from home-theater components, too, including progressive-scan DVD players, DVRs, satellite receivers, and camcorders.

Toshiba's Seine Processor provides the processing power necessary to deliver Toshiba's unique quality picture and feature set. The TV offers a 16:9 widescreen dimension, two DTVLink-enabled IEEE 1394 digital-video outputs, and an HDMI input for direct-digital connection with other high-definition sources. Its ATSC tuner pulls HD signals right out of the airwaves, and its QAM tuner is fully compatible with unscrambled HDTV cable reception. A standard analog NTSC tuner receives standard-definition (SD) programming.

The 57H94's authorized CableCARD ability means the set will also receive digital cable television systems services directly from the cable operator without requiring a bulky, external cable box. You can fed the set custom programming, too: the front panel features an OmniViewer multicard flash-memory slot with a built-in JPEG photo viewer so you enjoy digital photos right off just about any type of flash-memory card (SD, SM, MS, CF, and MM).

DFine high-speed 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.

And since not everything you watch will be high-definition in origin (wouldn't that be nice), CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD. This significantly reduces jagged-line artifacts for a smoother, more natural image. (Selectable 540p, for those who want a progressive-scan image from a progressive-scan source, is available through the onscreen menu.) CableClear DNR+ Digital Noise Reduction circuitry optimizes poor NTSC signals from antenna or cable by eliminating video noise (snow).

The set also offers TV Guide On Screen (an interactive program guide for simple, user-friendly channel navigation), PowerFocus HD CRTs, a PowerFocus HC lens system, a MegaBand super-wideband video amplifier, anti-glare TheaterShield protection, TouchFocus auto digital convergence, and AccuFocus 56-point manual convergence option.

For audio, the 57H94 offers SRS WOW, combining SRS 3D, TruBass (which boosts low-frequency perception for dramatic bass effects), and Focus (which raises the perceived sound image vertically to clarify voices) to enhance your home-theater sound. An optical digital-audio output feeds Dolby Digital surround signals to compatible AV receivers and speaker systems.

The set's TheaterNet Icon IR control system takes TheaterLink IR passthrough capability to new heights through the use of onscreen icons and virtual control bars to operate source devices such as a VCRs or DVD players--even if those components are hidden from view.

The set uses a split-cabinet design with built-in lifting handles to make shipping and positioning a lot less daunting. A 6-item illuminated A/V remote control comes equipped to handle DVD players and audio devices.

What's in the Box
TV, cabinet, remote control, batteries, IR dongle (for use with set's TheaterLink IR capability), a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 57-inch widescreen projection HDTV with integrated DTV receiver
  • HDMI high-definition digital input; 2 DTVLink (IEEE 1394) video outputs
  • CrystalScan HDSC upconverts all video signals (including 480i/p) to 1080i HD; PowerFocus HD II CRTs enhance sharpness and brightness
  • OmniViewer multicard slot with JPEG viewer lets you enjoy digital photos from your flash-memory cards
  • CableCARD compatibility eliminates the need for a separate box for digital cable reception

91. Toshiba 24 AF45 24 inch FST Pure TV (Silver)
list price: $349.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000816XIE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 32674
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Product Description

Toshiba Consumer (TV/DVD/etc) (24AF45) 24" Flat TV ... Read more

Features

  • MTS Stereo/SAP with dbx, StableSound, double baffle speaker system
  • 24 inch FST Pure CRT flat picture tube TV
  • Invar shadow mask, digital comb filter, 16:9 mode
  • 181 channel tuner, tri-lingual on-screen display, V-chip
  • Front composite A/V input, rear S-Video, A/V and RF inputs, composite A/V output

92. Toshiba e740 Pocket PC
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B0000658CE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 8668
Average Customer Review: 2.69 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Packaged in an attractive, sleek design, the Toshiba e740 Pocket PC features a familiar user interface and tools powered by Microsoft Windows Pocket PC 2002. It's the first Pocket PC to be equipped with a blindingly fast 400 MHz Intel XScale processor, vastly improving application switching and multimedia playback. The Toshiba e740 is equipped with built-in slots for both Secure Digital (SD) and CompactFlash (CF) memory and module cards. It also features integrated wireless Bluetooth and WLAN capabilities, and is Wi-Fi-ready.

The Toshiba e740 is loaded with 32 MB SDRAM memory and 32 MB of flash ROM (for future upgrading). It's powered by a built-in lithium rechargeable battery that recharges via the included USB cradle.

Operating System
Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 operating system, released in late 2001, offers many enhancements over the previous OS. You'll get improved handwriting recognition, more reliable synchronization, increased security, and the ability to chat using MSN Messenger. It also features new Pocket versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, and Internet Explorer.

Display
The Toshiba e740 delivers brilliant images with its 3.5-inch TFT display. It supports over 64,000 colors and has 240 x 320 resolution. Active matrix, also called "thin film transistor" (TFT), is the brightest, sharpest, clearest, and most expensive type of LCD flat-panel display that is practical for handhelds.

Expansion
Expanding your expansion possibilities, the Toshiba e740 features integrated slots for both Secure Digital and CompactFlash cards.

With Secure Digital (SD) and CompactFlash (CF) memory cards, you can easily store and play your multimedia files and carry your important documents wherever you go. You can add functionality with optional CF cards, including wireless and land-line connectivity, Ethernet networking, bar-code scanning, and much more. You'll also be able to add more functionality using optional SD cards, which will become available soon.

Multimedia
Play digital audio (both MP3 and WMA) and video (MPEG-4) files using the Windows Media Player software. The Toshiba e740 is also compatible with audible.com files, for listening to audiobooks, radio broadcasts, and more. Record your thoughts with the built-in microphone and voice-recording software. You can play back using the small speaker on the front or via the stereo headphone jack. You also get Microsoft Reader e-book software.

In the Box
The Toshiba e740 comes with a USB cradle, AC adapter, stylus, soft slipcase, quick-start card, and warranty card. It is backed by a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight, thin Pocket PC with 64 MB RAM and 32 MB ROM and blazing fast 400 MHz XScale processor
  • Dual expansion capabilties: built-in CompactFlash and Secure Digital (SD) slots
  • 240 x 320 pixel TFT LCD screen displays more than 64,000 colors
  • Integrated Wi-Fi capability
  • What's in the box: e740, USB cradle, AC adapter, stylus, soft slipcase, quick-start card, warranty card, software

Reviews (173)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice PDA -- Networking Still Weak
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As a PDA, the Toshiba e740 is the best I've seen yet. However, it, like all PDAs based on Microsoft's Windows CE, falls short on networking.

I've been hoping that Microsoft and its partners would get networking right some day. The Toshiba e740 looked like it might be the answer. With its built-in WiFi wireless network adapter, it appeared that the e740 at least would provide useful local area network connectivity. However, like most WiFi devices, the e740's range is too short and the battery drain is too high.

Oh, well, how about wide area networking with a wireless modem? I was able to find one wireless modem that would plug into the e740's compact flash slot. This modem, its name escapes me, adds 5 inches to the e740's almost 5 inches and costs an arm and two legs in monthly fees. With the modem in place, the e740 takes on the form factor of a clamshell handheld Windows CE PC. Forget that. I'm trying to replace a Blackberry wireless e-mail device.

I'm now looking at Handspring's Treo 300. It's got everything that the Blackberry delivers including size plus it's a wireless phone, has a color screen and supports web browsing. Wireless networking is part of your phone service and the cost for wireless phone and networking (from Sprint) is about the same as I'm now paying for separate wireless phone and Blackberry wireless e-mail.

For the record, I'm an IT consultant and author specializing in electronic communications. The latest edition of my book "Mastering Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server" (Sybex), is available from Amazon.com.

3-0 out of 5 stars E 740 problems
This is a a great PDA execpt for one thing. It is has NO built-in memory to save stored data. The E 750 took care of this problem and Toshiba essentially stifed the owner of the orignal -including my letter to them which was written before one year warrantee. They never even answered my letter.

Their answer was to give you a $40 credit towards their old defective E740. Good customer relations - Toshiba

1-0 out of 5 stars No Upgrade
I was pleased with its performance until I realized that Toshiba doesn't offer the upgrade to Pocket PC 2003. Seems like just a ploy for me to sell it and buy the 755, which is the same machine. Needless to say I'm not happy with Toshiba's support of this product.

3-0 out of 5 stars So-so, but mine still works!
I bought this shortly after the recall (November 2002). It's been over a year and a half, and I still use mine daily! I've only had the 1% battery problem once because I usually sit mine to recharge overnight. Is it a hassle? Not if I need to update information on it daily (e-mails, appointments, etc).

All in all, it's been frustrating to see poor reviews and then see Toshiba not support the e740 any more. However, with proper management, you can get a WiFi enabled PDA with SD/CF slots for cheap and be pretty satisfied with yourself!

3-0 out of 5 stars Get it if you can find it for a good price.
I brought the E740 1 month ago for a very good price. If you are looking for a wi-fi enabled PDA, but don't want to spend too much on it, take a look at the E740. I read most of the reviews on Amazon and other opinions site, most people have negative opinions on the E740. Their opinions are understandable, since they got it for a very high price, and the performance does not match its price tag. After I using it for over a month, here are some of the pros and cons in my opinion on the E740.

Pros:
Wi-Fi!!! You can't find a PDA with integrated Wi-Fi in this price range.

CF(compatible with both type I/II) and SD slot. It really offers you a lot of upgrade options with both the CF and SD slot. I personally use a 512 SD card and leave the CF slot for a 56K cf modem.

User replaceable battery

Cons:
Windows Mobile 2002, and Toshiba does not offer upgrade to the WM2003. THis is a big deal, since Microsoft change the database for WM2003, which means new programs will not be compatible with WM2002. Also, Windows 2003 is written to take advantage of the XScale processor in the E740, which supposingly will boost up system performance and increase battery life.

It crashes, but in my opinion is is acceptable. It doens't crash all the time, but occasionally.

THis is pretty much it. In term of battery life, I think most other Windows based PDA offer identical battery life. (Well, except some big PDAs like Dell X5, it offer better life, but it's very bulky) I think the PDA deserve anywhere from 50%-60%, since it does offer a lot of features, and at a relatively low price. So if you can find a E740 for a reasonable price, it will be a great gaget to have. ... Read more


93. Toshiba SD-3960 DVD Player
list price: $89.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001U6RNI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 240
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The high-end SD-3960 DVD player from Toshiba delivers a stunningly clear picture and fantastic surround sound, making it a perfect addition to your home theater. Utilizing Toshiba's ColorStream Pro progressive-scan video technology, the SD-3960 yields vivid colors, clean resolution, and reduced onscreen distortion. A 10-bit/54-MHz digital-to-analog video signal converter also assists in reproducing your DVDs in theaterlike clarity. While the SD-3960 is compatible with both analog and digital televisions, you will achieve optimum picture quality by using the player with a high-definition-compatible television.

You can take full advantage of the visual clarity of the SD-3960 with its versatile digital picture zoom option. The zoom feature 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 letterboxed movies to fill your screen.

The SD-3960 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 with the SD-3960.

The SD-3960 gives you more than a great picture. You also get vivid, realistic sound, thanks to Toshiba's 24-bit/192 kHz pulse code modulation (PCM) audio processor. PCM audio translates digital signals from your DVDs and CDs into warmer, natural sound. For a cinematic surround-sound experience, you can easily connect the SD-3960 to a home theater receiver with an RCA-type connection. The SD-3960 features Dolby Digital and DTS surround-sound output.

The SD-3960 gives a sonic boost to any home theater, even a setup with just stereo speakers. The SD-3960's virtual surround-sound capability creates a simulated surround experience from any DVD or CD recorded in stereo.

What's in the Box
SD-3960 DVD player, remote control, owner's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Plays DVD, CD, VCD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, WMA, and MP3 media
  • Progressive-scan player ensures high-resolution picture, digital picture zoom
  • S-video and composite inputs and outputs
  • Dolby Digital and DTS compatible 3D virtual surround sound
  • Measures 17 x 2 x 8 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars TOSHIBA SD-3960 = #1
Just like consumerreports.org reported, this is THE BEST DVD player that produces the best quality picture. I'm glad I listened to CR and not the other reviews on here. I will be buying all Toshiba products from now on.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not ALL bad!
Reading the other reviews I decided to write in toshibas defense! The DVD SD-3960 is not all that bad...I mean come on its only 69.99, what do you expect it to do? Make you coffee in the morning? It just does what it says, Progressive Scan!!! I have not expirenced any problems with the player getting hot, or a flickering saturated picture. I switched from the Samsung N-501 Nuon player. And I noticed a huge difference. The Picture is brighter the sound has better range and the progerssive scan worked like i expected it to. The remote however is a POS BUT if your like me you have 50 remotes and one master universal remote to control everything, so no big deal. I hope this helps.

1-0 out of 5 stars Blurry, washed-out picture.
There's really not much else to say -- I bought this to replace a non-progressive DVD player, and at first I thought I was seeing things... the colors were washed out and unsaturated, and there was a grainy texture to everything. I tried several DVD's, and they're all the same. I also tried going from component video to S-video, but that didn't fix the problem. Maybe it's just the one I got, but I'm just going to get something else.

1-0 out of 5 stars It's Junk
I purchased the Toshiba SD3960 after returning a previously purchased Toshiba Sd3950. I bought the SD3960 because the SD3950 audio was distorted while playing Mp3's and it was very hard to hear some dialogue from DVD's. The SD3950 tray also locked up occasionally. I bought and returned 3 different SD3950 players!!!
The SD3960 has much better audio, but consistantly gets very hot (2 players bought and returned). The smell shows up shortly after turning on the player. The heat and smell doesn't dissipate, even after three weeks of use.
Both of these players could be a near perfect player with all the options and ease of use. The SD3950 has a GREAT remote which was changed for the worse on the SD3960. The LCD display was also changed from a full function display on the SD3950 to a 4 digit antiquated setup on the SD3960. I will be returning my latest Toshiba SD3960 NEVER to buy another TOSHIBA DVD player again. ... Read more


94. Toshiba Gigabeat MEG-F40S 40 GB Digital Audio Player (Silver)
list price: $499.99
our price: $360.99
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Asin: B0007U0INM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 19565
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Product Description

40GB hard drive holds approximately: * 1328 hours of music at 64 Kbps * 664 hours at 128 Kbps * plays MP3, WMA, and WAV files * PlaysForSure compatibility--plays downloaded music files from compatible music sources, like MSN Music, Musicmatch, MusicNow, Napster, and more * 2-3/16" backlit color LCD displays track info * USB docking cradle * ... Read more

Features

  • Measures just 2.5 x 4.1 x 0.63 inches (W x H x D)
  • 40 GB Toshiba hard drive (10,000 MP3s); 2.2-inch QVGA LCD (240 x 320); JPEG photo/album cover viewer with slideshow capability
  • Plays MP3, WMA, and WAV files; compatible with Windows Plays for Sure and Napster To Go
  • Up to 16-hour battery life, USB charging option; 28 equalizer settings and SRS WOW simulated surround sound
  • Supplied Gigabeat Room software helps you manage music and images; docking cradle fosters 1-button CD ripping and file transfer

95. Toshiba 35AF44 35" Pure Flat TV
list price: $999.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002JARP2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 11737
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Amazon.com Product Description

The 35-inch Toshiba 35AF44 FST PURE Flat direct-view CRT TV delivers a big, beautiful picture using several unique technologies to give you the best viewing experience. Toshiba's Flatter Squarer Tube (FST) significantly reduces screen curvature on the horizontal, vertical, and diagonal axis of the panel. The FST PURE Flat picture tube delivers increased viewing angles along with the enhanced picture linearity necessary to produce accurate, lifelike images. Additionally, unwanted reflections from room lighting are taken care of, and sharpness and brightness are improved.

A 3-line digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction virtually eliminates dot crawl or cross-color interference--producing a superior picture. While digital comb filters improve the vertical edges of images, Vertical Contour Correction works with the comb filters to improve the horizontal edges for complete image enhancement. Color temperature controls allow you to adjust white balance. The "Warm" setting reduces the color temperature to an NTSC standard 6,500 degrees Kelvin and delivers a redder image that is ideal for display in a dimly lit room. "Medium" and "Cool" provide a progressively bluer image for the best picture as room light levels are increased. The Black Level Expander increases the black threshold level, so blacks are pure black, not dark gray. This improved contrast makes the picture appear sharper and more three-dimensional.

Toshiba's Advanced VSM (velocity scan modulation) improves contrast and overall picture sharpness, while the Invar shadow mask eliminates picture discoloration (doming) caused by heat and allows the tube to operate at a higher voltage, producing brighter whites, higher contrast, and purer colors. A 16:9 mode uses vertical compression to display content formatted for a widescreen.

The 35AF44's double-baffle speaker design uses side-mounted, front-firing speakers to deliver the most stereo sound reproduction available from a television's internal speaker system. Aside from the 5-watts-per-channel stereo speaker system, the 35AF44 uses MTS for programming with stereo sound, SAP for receiving a second audio track in another language. And if you really like to be immersed in the environments on screen, the set's surround sound abilities lets you enjoy an enhanced home theater experience without connection of external speakers. The StableSound volume leveler eliminates drastic volume spikes while changing channels or when channels go to a commercial break.

The 35AF44 has plenty of inputs for connecting all your audio and video components. In back you'll find one RF, two composite, one S-video, and one ColorStream component, as well as video and audio outputs. ColorStream component video inputs split the video signal into its base components--Y (the black and white part of the picture), Pr (red minus Y), and Pb (blue minus Y). The signal remains pure and unaffected by the TV's comb filter or NTSC decoder. The result is higher resolution and improved color purity. A front composite with S-Video input makes hooking up a game console or camcorder a snap.

Many convenience features have been incorporated into the 35AF44's design. A four-item glow universal remote with DVD controls give you access to the tri-lingual (English, Spanish, French) icon on-screen display, sleep timer, noise muting, and channel return as well as basics like channel changing, volume, and picture and audio adjustments. There are also V-Chip parental control options and closed captioning when the Mute is on.

What's in the Box
35AF44 35-inch FST PURE Flat TV, 4-item illuminated universal remote with DVD control, warranty, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 35-inch 4:3 FST PURE direct-view CRT with 16:9 mode; 38.2 x 29.6 x 24.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3-line digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction helps eliminate dot crawl and color bleed
  • Advance velocity scan modulation; black level expander; color temperature control
  • ColorStream component video input, front A/V input with S-video, and video and audio outputs
  • Double-baffle 5-watt-per-channel speaker system with surround sound and MTS/SAP with dbx

96. Toshiba SD-P2500 8.9" Portable DVD Player
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00009RTPT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 11613
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's SD-P2500 DVD-Video/DVD-Audio player is designed to deliver "no compromise" video and audio performance--for travel or for home theater. The company's second-generation DVD-Audio-equipped portable is distinguished by an 8.9-inch PolySilicon widescreen display whose high-resolution (1,024 x 600 pixel) image is far denser than its closest competitor. The TFT (thin-film-transistor) active-matrix display delivers film-like images rich in detail, color resolution, and contrast.

Besides media versatility (including DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, DVD-R, MP3/WMA CD, and a host of image formats), the unit offers Toshiba's upgraded Super ColorStream PRO progressive-scan component-video outputs (for use with high-definition and HD-ready TVs) and employs an 10-bit, 54 MHz video digital-to-analog converter to cement the guarantee of stellar image quality. Surface-mounted keypads grant "remote-free" operation of all essential functions, while a sleek, credit-card-sized remote control performs advanced operations.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the SD-P2500 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-P2500 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, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

Toshiba's Digital Photo Viewer displays images right on a television in a variety of popular formats, including Konica, Fuji Photo, Kodak Photo CD, as well as standard JPEG files--there's even a Secure Digital card slot to further simplify media viewing. An onscreen display walks you through the process of making a slideshows, in which you can preset the viewing time of each slide as well as zoom, rotate, and pan each photo.

Leading-edge 24-bit/192 kHz digital-analog converters from Analog Devices delivers exceptional two-channel DVD-Audio frequency response and dynamic range. DVD-Audio discs deliver high-resolution audio, capturing and reproducing all of the nuances of the original performance and offering high-resolution surround sound as well as stereo. Two built-in headphone jacks let you watch or listen with a partner. Dialogue Expansion improves intelligibility of a disc's center-channel frequencies, while Spatializer N-2-2 ULTRA and Natural Headphone virtual surround sound algorithms simulate surround through two speakers or headphones. Built-in stereo speakers grant headphone-free listening.

The supplied Lithium Ion battery blends seamlessly with the player's cosmetic profile and offers more than three hours of uninterrupted movie or music entertainment. During compact disc and DVD-Audio playback, the SD-P2500's LCD panel can be turned off, extending battery life even further. The SD-P2500 passes both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals through its coaxial-type digital-audio output for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver.

What's in the Box
DVD player, battery, remote control, remote battery, component-video interconnect, stereo audio/coposite-video interconnect, user's manual, warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 8.9-inch widescreen TFT active-matrix display offers sharp, bright image
  • Reads DVD-Video and high-resolution DVD-Audio discs, as well as MP3 and WMA CDs, DVD-Rs, VCDs, and SD media cards
  • Super ColorStream PRO progressive-scan component-video outputs (for premium imagery on high-definition and HD-ready TVs and monitors)
  • Surface-mounted keypads grant "remote-free" operation of all essential functions
  • 3.5-hour battery life, picture zoom, and stereo speakers for headphone-free listening

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars FANTASTIC! SPONGEBOB TO SOOTH THE SOUL!
My 16 month old daughter and 12 year old step-daughter love that I have purchased this portable dvd player. Long car rides will never be the same again. Plus I'm sure my husband will get a lot of use taking it to work with him. I own a 2002 Dodge Durango and this unit fits perfectly between the two front seats and with my youngest behind me in her car seat she can't reach the unit to kick it. Battery life is long and charges quickly. Picture quality and sound is so good I don't need headphones to enjoy anything I am watching. This unit isn't very expensive for all the quality you get out of it so don't buy the cheap Minitek models because this one smokes them all.

It doesn't come with a car adapter, but go on ebay and they sell them cheap. Because of the size of the screen it was hard to find a decent case because most of them will only accomidate barely 8 inches. I went to Circuit City and they sell a bag called "Targus" and this bag will do the trick. I even brought my Toshiba 2500 into the store and sized it up. Plus the bag holds extra dvd's and cables, really a good buy and I recommend picking it up because this one switches from a back-of-chair viewing to a suspension between the two front seats.

If you can get your hands on this please do so. I did my homework on portable dvd players for over 6 months and I am proud to say I know I couldn't have done any better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, but still expensive
We bought the SD-P2500 for an 8-hour roundtrip ride with two 10-year olds this past August. Purchased after a considerable amount of research, our first portable DVD player did not disappoint.

The headphone sound (with enhancement turned on) is very enjoyable, akin to the Hughes SRS system's ability to produce a wide spatial aural image. I know audio purists eschew such frivolities, and complain about such spaciness with headphones, but I simply like it.

The speaker sound is as thin as one would expect, sounding comparable to any number of laptop PCs. Still enjoyable with the enhanced audio activated.

Out of the box, the screen had 3 dead pixels. Toshiba explained this was within tolerance for the panel yields they were getting (at the time) from manufacturing, and would not consider replacing the unit.

The picture is tremendous. What you would expect in terms of resolution, viewing angle, brightness, etc. Quite starting for DVDs.

We also like the snapshot feature that saves an image, to appear whenever the disc door is opened. In our case, we enjoy seeing the Marx Brothers each time.

My complaint is the price. I know the technology is new, but the panels have been around on laptops for 10+ years-and Toshiba's been there all along. These things are still too expensive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't leave home without it.
I travel a lot, and since I bought SD-P2500 I cannot imagine travelling without it. While I never owned a competing model, I've looked at them, researched them and this is the one to get. 8.9'' screen is just the right size -- probably the biggest you can have and still call it portable. The sound and picture quality is simply great. Two headphone jacks can definitely be handy. The battery lasts, and charges fast. And now, four months later, I can also add that this DVD Player can live through a lot of abuse. :-)

5-0 out of 5 stars The T SDP2500 makes travel a JOY!!!
Outstanding picture. Plug in two (there are two jacks) Sennheiser noise reduction headphones and you and your traveling partner are in HEAVEN at only 30,000 feet. Then drop in a CD for some nice mood music at the destination or a DVD and plug into the TV for across the room viewing. This IS the way to travel AND the SDP2500 is the best DVD portable I have seen. We get over 3 hours from the 3 hour battery and over 5 from the 5 hour optional battery - take both batteries and you have 8+ hours - plus they recharge quickly.

Not cheap - but I don't mind paying if I get results and the SDP2500 DELIVERS.

Only dissatisfaction is that some of the many, many functions are only available with the remote control. You can certainly do all the basics without the remote - but need it to get fancy.

We love the SDP2500, and never, never travel without it.

5-0 out of 5 stars love it!
bought this player afer about a year of research. i agree with most of the reviews here-this player is great. picture on the 9 in screen is really wonderful, able to view it from all but the most extreme side angles. i think the sound is good too-those that are complaining about the sound are really asking too much from a portable dvd player, in my opinion. we cannot expect movie theatre quality surround sound from a player hardly the size of my nieces geomtry book. why does the movie theatre sound so good? cuz its a movie theatre, duh! can you hear you movie sitting in front of the player? yes. can you hear it from across the room? yes.(although this may not be a good thing, after my son was on his 4th viewing of monsters inc, on a two day trip!)can you hear it in the middle of an indoor waterpark? YES! enough said.
took it on a recent trip, afore mentioned waterpark, with 5 other families, two of which had dvd players also. all the kids eneded up in my room after dinner, crowded around to watch movies. 10 kids, all could see, all could hear, all were quiet for almost two hours. BLISS! me: satisfied. other parents: JEALOUS! ... Read more


97. Toshiba SD-P5000 Portable 15" LCD TV / Progressive Scan DVD Combo
list price: $849.99
our price: $799.99
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Asin: B0001W01LK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 4291
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Amazon.com Product Description

When you are looking for more than just a portable DVD player, try the SD-P5000 from Toshiba. This lightweight, on-the-go DVD player with a 15-inch LCD display also features a built-in television with a home-theater-quality picture. The SD-P5000 is loaded with features and delivers crisp, realistic visuals with rich surround sound.

The DVD player in the SD-P5000 provides a crystal-clear picture with its enhanced digital processing. Since the display screen is directly connected to the DVD player, you get a pure digital signal from your DVDs. The SD-P5000 uses digital cinema progressive scanning (3:2 pulldown) to reproduce your DVDs in vivid, theaterlike clarity.

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 letterboxed movies to fill your screen. The SD-P5000 also features a wide array of DVD features, including multiple angle selection, a fast-scan option that allows you to fly through DVDs, and slow-motion viewing.

The SD-P5000 features 3D virtual surround sound through its built-in speakers and easy-to-connect, multichannel optical digital audio output. The player has two headphone jacks so you can share your DVD viewing with a friend.

The SD-P5000 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.

This portable DVD player can go anywhere. The double-hinged design allows for the player to be wall-mounted as well as portable. The optional internal battery can run the player for up to 2.5 hours, and can be easily recharged between viewings in about four hours. A DC power cord is included so you can use the SD-P5000 in the car.

What's in the Box
DVD player/TV combo unit, remote control, DC power cord, owner's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 15-inch LCD TV with fully loaded progressive-scan DVD player
  • Pure digital signal relays, digital picture zoom, AC/DC operation
  • Plays DVD, CD, VCD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, WMA, MP3, and JPEG formats
  • S-video, component, and composite inputs; optical digital audio output
  • 3D virtual surround sound, built-in speakers, 2 headphone jacks

98. Toshiba MD13Q41 13" TV/DVD Combo
list price: $159.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0007RB1UY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 6613
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Product Description

Toshiba Consumer (TV/DVD/etc) (MD13Q41) 13" tv DVD COMBO ... Read more

Features

  • 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
  • Ergonomic, glow-key remote control, tri-lingual on-screen displays, V-chip, and an auto-clock
  • 13-inch combo TV/DVD player; measures 14.25 x 15 x 14.4 inches(W x H x D)
  • Compatibility with Video CD and CD-R/CD-RW discs

99. Toshiba MD14FP1 14" Flat Screen TV/DVD Combo
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B0001F066C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 989
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba’s MD14FP1 combines an FST PURE flat-tube screen and a full-featured DVD player to give you everything you need to enjoy movies in one box. The flat-tube screen is designed to increase the viewing angle and eliminate unwanted room-light reflections.

The built-in DVD player plays a variety of media--not only prerecorded DVD movies, but also DVD-R (DVD-Recordable) and VCD (Video Compact Disc) movies, CDs and recordable/rewriteable CDs, and JPEG picture files on CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs (though some CD-R, CD-RW, and DVD-R discs may be incompatible due to laser pickup or disc design issues, and JPEG discs need to be in a compatible format).

For convenience, three preset picture-quality settings and a programmable one let you quickly change brightness, color, contrast, and tint without having to take the time to go through each one. A new icon-based TV menu lets you select functions quickly from pulldown menus, and menu text can be displayed in English, Spanish, or French.

The single-disc DVD player offers digital picture zoom for enlarging letterboxed video to fill the screen or magnifying a selected part of the screen. Other key features include fast scan (2x, 4x, 8x, or 20x), slow motion, parental lock and tray lock (a useful feature at tradeshows or to keep little ones from playing with the DVD tray). It also lets you choose from among multiple camera angles (when available), multiple language tracks and multilingual subtitles.

The sound system includes two double-baffle stereo speakers for great sound separation. Coaxial Dolby Digital sound and DTS Surround Sound output let you send digital, multichannel sound signals to any audio/video receiver with a compatible input. The TV also includes composite video and left/right audio inputs on the front panel, as well as a headphone jack in front for private listening.

What's in the Box
TV, glow system remote control, operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • 14-inch TV/DVD combo unit; 17.3 x 15.2 x 15.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • Compatible with DVD, CD, CD-R/RW, DVD-R, VCD, and JPEG formats
  • Picture Preference mode lets user choose between standard, sports, movie, and memory viewing options
  • Double baffle stereo speakers (2.5 watts per channel) for enhanced audio
  • FST Pure flat screen, front A/V jacks, and coaxial digital output

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Lots Of Quality In Small Package
For such a small, compact package, this Toshiba TV/DVD combo has much going for it.

First off, the picture quality is very good, with enough settings to allow it to be adjusted any way you want. I've never owned a flat screen tv in any size, and it does reduce glare quite a bit.

Sound quality is just ok. There are only stereo/mono/SAP settings. No separate bass/treble adjustments like in bigger tv's. But the stereo sound is passable, even when playing audio CD's.

The DVD player is good with very clear picture. Very nice.

Remote control is ok, and like some other Toshiba tv reviewers have noted, some of the colors that a couple of the buttons' graphics are printed with are hard to read. Pink graphics on a light grey remote color just don't make it.

All in all though, this 14" color TV/DVD combo is a great product. I really like it a lot.

1-0 out of 5 stars Broken twice in 8 months since purchase
I bought this item at Best Buy for more than the Target price. Two months after I bought it the DVD drawer would not open. It was in the shop for 2 1/2 months while I waited for a part to come in and then 2 months later the TV just died. Since the 90 day warranty for both parts and labor has expired the repair shop said it would be a minimum of $42 cost on labor, though parts are still covered. I am sick that I wasted $250 on a TV that didn't even last a year. I will NEVER buy another Toshiba product. ... Read more


100. Toshiba MD9DP1 9" TV / DVD Combo
list price: $249.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B0001U6RMY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 1031
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Amazon.com Product Description

Looking for a compact, all-in-one television and DVD player? The MD9DP1 from Toshiba combines a 9-inch portable TV with a fully loaded DVD player. This combo unit features built-in stereo speakers with surround-sound output, a wide variety of playback formats, and much more.

The DVD player in the MD9DP1 provides a clear, crisp picture with enhanced digital processing. 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 letterboxed movies to fill your screen.

The MD9DP1 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 with the MD9DP1.

Keep those discs safely in the player with the tray lock option. When this option is turned on, discs can't be ejected without the proper pass code, ensuring that kids can't get into the player and that your discs stay where you want them to stay.

Make the most of your music and movies with clear, clean sound. The MD9DP1 sounds great right out of the box, with a built-in MTS stereo tuner and stereo speakers on the side of the unit. When you want an even fuller sound, you can easily hook up the MD9DP1 to a home theater receiver with an RCA-type connection to get a virtual surround-sound experience. The MD9DP1 features Dolby Digital and DTS surround-sound output. A headphone jack is also included to make the most of the MD9DP1's portability.

The TV is easy to set up and easy to use with a simple, icon-driven menu and one-touch picture preference modes. There are three preset modes that optimize the picture for sporting events, movies, and regular TV viewing. You can also create your own custom preset that remembers your preferred settings for brightness, contrast, color, and tint. The MD9DP1 also includes a sleep timer to let you fall asleep while watching TV.

At less than 18 pounds, this TV/DVD combo can go anywhere. A DC power cord is included so you can even run the MD9DP1 in the car. The front-panel A/V inputs make it easy for you to hook up a video game, camcorder, or other component.

What's in the Box
TV/DVD combo unit, remote control, DC power cord, owner's manual ... Read more

Features

  • 9-inch screen TV with built-in DVD player; measures 11 x 12 x 12.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • Portable all-in-one unit,digital picture zoom for DVDs
  • Plays DVD, CD, VCD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, and JPEG formats
  • RCA A/V input/output, digital audio output
  • Side stereo speakers, Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound output

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