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More discounting on Toshiba HD DVD Players.

More saving if using Quidco as well

basically same as EP30 but with more Audio Support and "Deep Colour" via HDMI.


Playback: CD-Audio, HD DVD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-ROM, DVD-RW, DVD video, DVD+R, DVD+RW, JPEG Viewer
HD DVD resolution: 720p/1080i/1080p
Sound: 7.1 Bitstream (via HDMI), Dolby® Digital Audio Decoder, Dolby® Digital Compatible, Dolby® Digital Plus, Dolby® True HD, DTS Compatible, DTS - HD (core)
Picture: 24 frames per second, PAL Progressive, Icon on-screen display, Slow Motion, Variable Zoom, Deep Colour Function
Interactive HD DVD capability (HDi)
Connections: Regza Link (CEC functionality), 5.1 Analogue output, Analogue 2 channel audio, Component video output, Composite video, Ethernet, HDMI output, Extension terminals
Remote Control
A/C Adaptor
Dimensions: Width (mm) 430, Height (mm) 59.5, Depth (mm) 340, Weight (kg) 3.3
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#1
in the current climate, this maybe isnt such a hot deal :?

anyone considering should probably hold off for one more week incase of further reductions

there will still be time to claim dvds (until Feb 28th)
banned#2
You're kidding right? this same thing is £120 on two other threads
#3
Proximo;1489231
You're kidding right? this same thing is £120 on two other threads


HD-EP35 NOT HD-EP30!
It was mentioned a while back in some other thread though.

PLEASE DON'T START THE BLU RAY IS GREAT RUBBISH any of you!!! It's very boring now.
There isn't a "war" either.
Or a "battle"
#4
jonhoggy
in the current climate, this maybe isnt such a hot deal :?

anyone considering should probably hold off for one more week incase of further reductions

there will still be time to claim dvds (until Feb 28th)


That is the closing date for forms received. The offer is only for dvd players bought before 31st January so if bought after that date then no dvds im afraid
banned#5
pinkkitty2007
That is the closing date for forms received. The offer is only for dvd players bought before 31st January so if bought after that date then no dvds im afraid


I wouldn't be surprised if they extended it or did a similar offer shortly after though...
#6
pinkkitty2007
That is the closing date for forms received. The offer is only for dvd players bought before 31st January so if bought after that date then no dvds im afraid


Which is exactly what i said, wait a week, buy in January (purchases made on or before Jan 31st) and submit form for free dvds (form must be received by end of Feb), wait up to 28days, enjoy HD dvds, look back on HUKD, scoff that Toshiba EP35 has been reduced again and free dvd offer extended.
#7
I cannot understand why some idiots are voting cold - this player has received excellent reviews, it's a step up in the HD audio scale compared to the EP30 and would have cost you £350 (without 7 free discs) not so long ago.
#8
Definitely worth considering for me when the price is lower , either this or the HD-XE1. Can anyone confirm if the USB ports work on this EP35 please? (I asked also on the EP30 thread.) I like the deeper black as my Samsung 40" lcd is able to do this well as it has a dynamic contrast ratio of 15000:1 as opposed to those 3000:1!
#9
logindetails
I cannot understand why some idiots are voting cold - this player has received excellent reviews, it's a step up in the HD audio scale compared to the EP30 and would have cost you £350 (without 7 free discs) not so long ago.


The EP35 was £279 at launch from most retailers and although, I think Toshiba's own online store was selling it for £350 until recently, I doubt many people paid that for it.

However, this IS a very good player (I know, I used to own one). It's getting to the sort of price where it is worth buying just as an excellent upscaling SD DVD player - since good upscalers cost around this same price - and what ever value you get from the HD DVD format is simply a bonus.

I sent mine back to Amazon because I lost faith in HD DVD as a format after the Warners announcement, but if the price comes down to maybe £150 or under, I may well buy just for a bit of HDM action and a good SD player, if for no other reason than a BD player with equivalent functionality is about 8-9 months away and likely to cost nearer £400-500.

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