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Toshiba BDX3200


$149.99 Released April, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:3D capable - HDMI 1.4. Capable of reading media off of USB media - includes support for the popular MKV container. Profile 2.0 capable.

The Cons:Looks and feels cheap - super lightweight, adorned in glossy black plastic, attracts fingerprints, scratches and dust. Tiny display is difficult to read. Lacks DLNA connectivity.

Toshiba BDX3200 is a Blu-ray player designed to take full advantage of Blu-ray format capabilities. While similar in design and functionality to the Toshiba BDX1200, this player is capable of playing full 3D content for compatible displays.

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It also includes a built-in picture adjustment that enables fine-tuning of the picture for individual displays. Most other features are the same between the two models, including the use of 1080p high-definition video playback at 24 frames per second for a theater-like viewing experience, and the use of high-definition audio standards. Playback of media through the USB port is enabled for DivX and MKV video formats, with additional support for MP3 and JPEG. Online content through BD-Live (Profile 2.0) is supported when using the built-in Ethernet jack.

Features

  • Blu-ray disc player
  • Full-HD 3D playback
  • DivX HD, MKV, MP3 & JPEG playback
  • BD-Live (Profile 2.0)
  • Built-in picture adjustment
  • Built-in USB port
  • 1080p with 24 frames per second capability
  • Ethernet jack-enabled connection
  • DTS-HD Master Audio
  • Dolby TrueHD 7.1

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    3D capable - HDMI 1.4

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    capable of reading media off of USB media - includes support for the popular MKV container

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    Profile 2.0 capable

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    affordable price point

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    great image quality

Cons
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    looks and feels cheap - super lightweight, adorned in glossy black plastic, attracts fingerprints, scratches and dust

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    tiny display is difficult to read

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    lacks DLNA connectivity

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    no internal storage - requires USB storage for Profile 2.0 compliance

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