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Toshiba SD-185E-K-TB DVD Player with DIVX - £24.97 @ Tesco

£24.97 @ Tesco
Hi My first post I hope I can get lots of hots! Toshiba SD-185E-K-TB DVD Player with DIVX available online and in store. If some one knows a full HD LCD (Sony/Samsung) under £550 please let me kno…
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Hi
My first post I hope I can get lots of hots!
Toshiba SD-185E-K-TB DVD Player with DIVX available online and in store.
If some one knows a full HD LCD (Sony/Samsung) under £550 please let me know.
Describtion:
The Toshiba SD185E DVD player comes in a sleek black design and features Dolby sound. This region 2 DVD player is MP3, DivX & JPEG compatible. The SD185E also features parental lock function, 1 SCART socket and includes remote control.
Features:
Audio Quality Dolby DTS
Brand Toshiba
Colour Black
Depth in cm 36
Features of Product DivX. Hi resolution pal progressive. JPEG viewer
Hard Drive No
HD Upscaling No
Media Format DVD
MP3 Compatible No
Parental Lock Yes
Picture Zoom Yes
Product Depth 20.9 cm
Product Height 4.3 cm
Product Width 36 cm
Region Code Region 2 - Japan, Europe, Middle East & South America
Remote Control Yes
RGB Output Yes
SCART Sockets 1
Sound Quality Dolby
VCR Combo No
Weight in KG 1.35
Width in cm 20.9
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#1
DivX is nearly extinct, XviD would be acceptable.
#2
whats the difference ?
#3
ones free ones not!!
#4
thanks very helpful
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Deal Searcher
DivX is nearly extinct, XviD would be acceptable.


Sounds like a quote from a Linux user which as usual is totally wrong. DivX is still the format of choice for DVD compression and Xvid brings nothing to the table apart from being open source.

Anyhoo £25 for a good brand DVD Player that supports DivX isnt bad although I reckon for a tenner more you could get one that has HDMI DVD upscale and USB.
#6
Here is the Divx website http://www.divx.com/ no problem what so ever it is in use and the latest version is 6.8. in fact there is no xvid on divx official website! http://www.xvid.org/ which is not as popular as divx!
#7
Any up scaleing full hd with usb on a respectable brand for £35?
#8
seen a dvd p;layer in home bargains today for £19, will have a look tomoz to see what make it was,
#9
arianlegend
Any up scaleing full hd with usb on a respectable brand for £35?


You won't get 1080p Upscaling just 720p or 1080i and the Phillips models with upscaling, DivX and USB usually sell for just over £30 when the are available. Anyhoo ive just found the newer SD280E on Argos for the same price as this one so I know which one I would buy (although I have a Phillips already that I paid £20 for)
#10
we are not locky enough to have home bargains in south UK
#11
SD-185E-K-TB does everything that SD280E does
#12
Duplicate post....it was posted over a week ago!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/283175/toshiba-dvd-player-with-divx-region/

Great deal though...does the mother-in-law ok anyway!
#13
The great thing about this dvd player is you can make it region free, first you power on, open up the disc tray and type - - Press 9879 0

This will make the player multi-region.

if you want specific regions, change the 0 for any of the regions.
#14
Perfect, just what I needed. If you're after a tv then this 50" could be yours for £599 or less than £500 by using quidco and the voucher code XX424
#15
rob585
ones free ones not!!


toshiba pays the licens fee for divx capability so both are free


StonedSte
Sounds like a quote from a Linux user which as usual is totally wrong. DivX is still the format of choice for DVD compression and Xvid brings nothing to the table apart from being open source.


I've read the reviews and XviD comes out on top marginally, but the added advantage is it is open source so we should all support it.
#16
saw these weeks ago.
#18
Divx and xvid codec are just encoder following the mpeg4 (SP and ASP profles) standard. Technically you should be able to decode both xvid and divx on this DVD player, as long as you don't use fancy settings such as GMC, Qpel and B-Frames. However the best thing to do would be to read the manual and do some research into the chipsset used in this player, if you want to use the best settings.
#19
hmmm doesn' t play mp3s?

Is that really true?
#20
Funny thing. Two hot posts, one after another, the same deal, the same price, the same retailer, the same heat ..... The same HOT Delas website. Maybe time to expire one of them....
#21
Tis a shame to expire this one. I would be more willing to give the new dewd the cred if pushed.
#22
HE took a photo and everything!
#23
I bough 2 of these a few weeks ago at this price, good enough, has limited character display on menus. Is easily unlocked to multi region. And seems to play anything xvid or divx i've thrown at it so far.

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