Toshiba HD-E1 High Definition Multi-Format DVD Player - HotUKDeals
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Description

HD-DVD is here! The HD-E1 is a High Definition multi-format DVD Player from Toshiba. It can playback HDDVD, DVD, DVD-ROM,DVD-R/RW, CD and CD-R/RW and provides a variety of connections including HDMI and Component. The HD-E1 provides HD output resolutions of 720p and 1080i and is both PAL and NTSC compatible and can even upscale Standard Definition material to up to 1080i via HDMI.

With High Definition being the ultimate viewing pleasure, the HD-E1 is a must have for all HD Ready television owners.

Features
Manufacturers Technology Features
HD DVD Player
True High Definition
Playback
HD DVD (High Definition Digital Versatile Disc)
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc)
DVD -RW (Re-Recordable)
DVD-R (Recordable)
CD-R (Recordable)
CD-RW (Re-Recordable)
CD (Compact Disc)
MP4 (MPEG-4)
Region 2 (UK/Europe)
Convenience
Plug & Play
NTSC Playback
Quick Setup
Sound & Power Output
DTS HD
Dolby True HD
Dolby Digital 5.1
DTS 5.1

Connections
1 x HDMI Connection/s
1 x S-Video Connection/s
1 x Component Video Connection/s
1 x Optical Terminal Connection/s
1 x Audio Analog Phono Connection/s
1 x Composite Video Connection/s
1 x Ethernet Connection
Accessories Supplied
Remote Control
User Manual
Mains Cable
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card
Power,Weight & Dimensions
430 x 65.5 x 345 mm (W/H/D) Dimensions

Plus £9.99 delivery
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#1
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#2
Anyone got any reviews on this ?
#3
Review

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/dvdpvr/0,39030416,49286756,00.htm


[COLOR=black][SIZE=2]Also note that Toshiba are slashing the price of their HD DVD players in the US from April 1, no confirmation yet for similar action in the UK.[/SIZE][/COLOR]
#4
Thanks for this Goldstink and extra info all :)
#5
modena
Review

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/dvdpvr/0,39030416,49286756,00.htm


[COLOR=black][SIZE=2]Also note that Toshiba are slashing the price of their HD DVD players in the US from April 1, no confirmation yet for similar action in the UK.[/SIZE][/COLOR]



it gets great reviews and a great price for a stand alone hd dvd player, however there is an upgraded model.

interesting to note that blurry has had to drop their prices before the HD dvd players have.

Toshiba HD-EP10: Cheapest 1080p high-definition player yet
Related entries: DVD & PVR


Crave hopes you haven't just rushed out and bought Toshiba's top-end HD DVD player -- there's a new one that's basically the same, but cheaper.

The HD-EP10, unveiled at CeBIT, has a similar look to its bigger brother but is made of standard DVD player plastic rather than the HD-XE1's bullet-proof, shiny metal. Crucially, it can output video at 1080p for the very best HD DVD picture quality.

[SIZE="3"]Its release follows recent price drops for rival Blu-ray players.[/SIZE]

The HD-EP10 has a network point so that, in the future, the player will be able to download extra content related to the disc, such as up-to-date movie trailers.

It supports the latest Dolby True HD and DTS HD audio formats for the highest quality surround sound, and has all the connections you'd expect, from HDMI to optical digital out. Unlike the top-end HD-XE1, there are no analogue 5.1 audio-out connections, but you can't have everything.

Arriving in May, the HD-EP10 will cost about £480. - JJ


http://crave.cnet.co.uk/dvdpvr/0,39030701,49288559,00.htm
#7
But a player outputting 1080p is wasted if your screen does not support that resolution. I think the OP is a good deal.
#8
Prices are tumbling fast on these players.

I would wait and buy a stand alone HD-DVD or Blu-Ray player then a games console that has it or has an add on. Just seems more classy and fits in with the other AV stuff plus little higher qulity.
#9
Play.com have reduced to £269.99 delivered in their sale.
#10
Yep! £269.99, almost tempting, but would this stand alone player have any advantage over the xbox 360 add-on???
#11
An HDMI connection is probably the biggest advantage, although the 360 Elite will address that. I owned both and have to say the 360 did a much better job with standard DVD's than the Toshiba.
#12
when is the elite out?

is it worth me selling the xbox 360?
#13
sorry asked before
are digital direct products new or refurbed?
thanks
#14
roadie
when is the elite out?

is it worth me selling the xbox 360?

No European date for the Elite 360 yet (I would think June/July), so I'd carry on enjoying your current Xbox360 (you could always just buy the larger Hard Drive). Unless you really need the HDMI connection and prefer the Black finish.

The main reasoning around the Elite with the HDMI output & 120GB Hard drive is to cater for the Xbox Live Video Marketplace which enables all Xbox 360 owners to download HD Movies and TV (Live Video Marketplace is currently doing well in the US) that launches here in late Summer.

also, I have just found the latest confirmed US HD-DVD release list: http://www.dvdtown.com/news/confirmedhd-dvdtitlesthroughjuly2007/4390

:)
#15
thanks mate but where would be able to buy the hd drive from
i already run it through component so its all good plus my xbox is tut tut!
#16
Don't all HD DVD drives play normal dvd's?
banned#17
I bet anyone who paid that price for this less than 12 months ago is kicking themselves.. ouch!
#18
Majicall
Don't all HD DVD drives play normal dvd's?



Yes (and blu ray players will too) but only at standard def or upscaled. You need the HD DVD's to view full HD pictures
#19
What is this doing back up on the front page!? HD-DVD is DEAD!
#20
baconsandwich
What is this doing back up on the front page!? HD-DVD is DEAD!


hd-dvd is dead, long live hd-dvd!!!
#21
HD-DVD = Betamax
#22
ihmoody
HD-DVD = Betamax


Betamax was better than VHS just the players were bulky.
#23
HD-DVD is here!


lol
#24
someone somewhere voted hot and it's on the front page again, it's the way this system works, had some old old deals poppoing up a little while ago too. You can't vote for expired deals, so i'm presuming this was only marked as expired just now?
#25
hd-dvd is here? Have we gone back in time?
#26
Betamax for the win!! :p
#27
Hot deal. I'll take 2 :-D
#28
Still a big bargain compared to the price of Beatamax and Vhs at the time -

"By 1980, out of an estimated 100,000 homes with VCRs, 70% were rented, and the presence of two competing formats meant that rental was an even more attractive choice, since one didn't have to worry about spending a fortune (about £2000 in today's prices) on a system which was going to become obsolete."

Beatamax = Dead you can't get any media for it

HD-DVD = Dead But can still get media for it (for now) Maybe even a Lazarus with the amount of hardware and films it now shifts.

Minidisc = dead

UMD = Dead but can still get media for it (for now)
#29
lol - is it really just a year ago that people were paying nearly £300 for these?

How quickly things change................
#30
I might post up a deal for a black and white 14" telly since other c**p is being posted.
#31
i bought one of these in currys for £99 in their clearance section
#32
Did HD-DVD just make a come back and no one told me or something???

wtf?
#33
Will this work in unison with my Casio 2" black & white handheld TV.
Also, I have a Sony Betamax Video Recorder so would I be able to record my HD-DVD home movies on to it?

If you want a HD-DVD player then Game or Gamestation, can never remember which is which, was selling the X-box 360 HD-DVD player for £19.99 and that included 1 movie!
#34
Nowt like a HD DVD thread to flush out the fanboys eh.
banned#35
wtf? who dug this **** up!
I read the first page in disbelief until I noticed the date! I wouldnt touch one of these for 30 quid!
#36
Mascherano
wtf? who dug this **** up!
I read the first page in disbelief until I noticed the date! I wouldnt touch one of these for 30 quid!


LOL I thought the same thing !!!!!
#37
heat added
#38
For those that did splash out more than 50 quid for this here is a handy link:

http://www.dvd.co.uk/index_hddvd.asp
#40
Who the **** expired this?

:p

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