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Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Player - £69 @ Dixons
Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Player - £69 @ Dixons

Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Player - £69 @ Dixons

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The Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Player delivers dazzling 1080p HD imagery with connectivity, upscaling and more, in an attractive, sleek package that will look fantastic as part of your home entertainment system!

The Toshiba BDX1100's BD Live profile 2 delivers access to a host of additional interactive features and material, while this remarkable Blu-ray Disc player's 1080p upscaling and HDMI connectivity mean that even regular DVDs will look better. Hooking up an HDTV is simple and straightforward. Dolby True HD and DTS HD ensure immersive sound output as well!

Great connections, brilliant imagery and audio as well as stunning looks make the BDX1100 Blu-ray Player from Toshiba a High Definition winner

24 Comments

MKV?

Any reviews on it. I rated Toshiba's HD players I'd be interested in knowing about this.

gary_rip

MKV?


eh?

amazon.co.uk/Tos…9NC

not that big a bargain if you lookat how much amazon sell for, but no reviews on there

nossa

eh?



MKV

arduino

MKV



qué?"

nossa

eh?


DOES...IT....PLAY....MKV ?
Its a necessity now.
If it doesn't, then it's overpriced.
Why was it a difficult question ?oO

Adding a question mark does not make a 3 letter acronym a question. Adding the words 'Does it play' does.

gary_rip

MKV?



I'm interested in this too, however it seems not really doable at under £100 from what I have researched.

LG seem the most likely bdplayer to do mkv files though, also CoreAVC X264 codec just came out in v2.0 which alot of the scene/rippers are using and I'm unsure if players without recent firmware updates can play newer mkv files.

thanks for posting

PhilK

DOES...IT....PLAY....MKV ?Its a necessity now.If it doesn't, then it's … DOES...IT....PLAY....MKV ?Its a necessity now.If it doesn't, then it's overpriced.Why was it a difficult question ?oO



Now you've gone to the trouble of typing that in why not copy and paste it along with the make/model of the player into your favourite search engine and find out for yourself

schizoboy

I'm interested in this too, however it seems not really doable at under … I'm interested in this too, however it seems not really doable at under £100 from what I have researched.LG seem the most likely bdplayer to do mkv files though, also CoreAVC X264 codec just came out in v2.0 which alot of the scene/rippers are using and I'm unsure if players without recent firmware updates can play newer mkv files.



coreavc is a codec for playback not encoding, the scene uses x264

craigthaagensen

coreavc is a codec for playback not encoding, the scene uses x264



Ahh, thank you for that.
I still needed to upgrade to v2 to play a weeds episode a few weeks back though so I wonder what changed?

I'm hoping a £50 bluray player before the VAT Increase.

schizoboy

Ahh, thank you for that.I still needed to upgrade to v2 to play a weeds … Ahh, thank you for that.I still needed to upgrade to v2 to play a weeds episode a few weeks back though so I wonder what changed?I'm hoping a £50 bluray player before the VAT Increase.



Nothing changed. You're player just doesnt like Header Compression.

No USB whats the world coming to

Banned

Will surely have great picture and sound. My defunct Toshiba HD-DVD player outperforms my Pioneer BDP320 Blu ray player.

philk-Thanks for the sarcasm...numbskull.

So is mkv purely for the downloading of illegal movies then? How would I legitimately have a mkv file? Philk don't say a feckin backup cos we all know that's bulldust.

nossa

philk-Thanks for the sarcasm...numbskull.So is mkv purely for the … philk-Thanks for the sarcasm...numbskull.So is mkv purely for the downloading of illegal movies then? How would I legitimately have a mkv file? Philk don't say a feckin backup cos we all know that's bulldust.



Anyone who legally owns lots of dvds could legitmately have a digital copy of them all, that they do not share by any means on another device, say a laptop.

Unfortunately you presumption is probably right
Edited by: "schizoboy" 15th Dec 2010

no mkv no usb no vhs

cold for me:(

Just ordered from amazon, thankyou.

Original Poster

bharak

No USB whats the world coming to


Teqnophile

no mkv no usb no vhscold for me:(



If you click on go to deal and look under the price it says usb.

OMG no VHS!!!

PhilK

DOES...IT....PLAY....MKV ?Its a necessity now.If it doesn't, then it's … DOES...IT....PLAY....MKV ?Its a necessity now.If it doesn't, then it's overpriced.Why was it a difficult question ?oO



Does it play MKV would have prevented any ambiguity.
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