Toshiba DVD  Player with DIVX  FOR ONLY £22.97 @ Tesco!!!!!!!!!! GET IT WHILE STOCK LAST
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Toshiba DVD Player with DIVX FOR ONLY £22.97 @ Tesco!!!!!!!!!! GET IT WHILE STOCK LAST

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Found 14th Apr 2009Made hot 14th Apr 2009
The Toshiba SD185E DVD player comes in a sleek black design and features Dolby sound. This region 2 DVD player is DivX & JPEG compatible. The SD185E also features parental lock function, 1 SCART socket and includes remote control.
i am not sure if the sim-loophole is still there

P.S.
you can hack this player too which makes it WOW

thats how you do it

- Power On
- Open Tray
- Press 9879 0 (0 stands for Multiregion, you may press buttons 1 to 6 to choose a specific region)
- A Message appears stating that "The Reg.No was changed to region 0:

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Got this when it was £24.99 - for kid's room.

Plays everything you chuck at it - nice find

This Hack meake it an even better deal

Hack for Toshiba SD-185E

- Power On
- Open Tray
- Press 9879 0 (0 stands for Multiregion, you may press buttons 1 to 6 to choose a specific region)
- A Message appears stating that "The Reg.No was changed to region 0:

a gem and a bargain... have some heat!

How can you get free delivery for this? Heat & Rep

Original Poster

Starr;4921554

How can you get free delivery for this? Heat & Rep



try and send it from a local store but it should be over £25 so add some things to make it up....

does it support XviD ?

prefer the silvercrest ones which have the usb port so you can play off of a usb pen drive.

DivX is Xvid and the downside by the looks of it is no USB but value for money heat added

Original Poster

B0rker;4921926

prefer the silvercrest ones which have the usb port so you can play off … prefer the silvercrest ones which have the usb port so you can play off of a usb pen drive.



gr8h8me;4922056

DivX is Xvid and the downside by the looks of it is no USB but value for … DivX is Xvid and the downside by the looks of it is no USB but value for money heat added



yhhhhh no USB but still its really good for this price

thanks

had one for ages, brilliant player

nice price, heat added

Anyone know if it supports DVD-RW or +RW media?

Scrub that seems it does so bargain will grab one now

gr8h8me;4922056

DivX is Xvid and the downside by the looks of it is no USB but value for … DivX is Xvid and the downside by the looks of it is no USB but value for money heat added



Err, no it's not. They're two completely different codecs!

Would be a lot better if it had usb - thats almost essential these days for easy playback of photos and copyright-free video or camcorder footage without wasting time and money burning DVDs

Judosteffer;4924320

without wasting time and money burning DVDs

Use RW media, saves the $$ but not time i know

need a new dvd player... will buy this one... thanks

axum;4924294

Err, no it's not. They're two completely different codecs!



True, but they are both MPEG-4, and this will play both formats with no problems.

Alloneword;4924235

Anyone know if it supports DVD-RW or +RW media?



Yes, it does.

!!!!!!!!!!

Looks like you picked a winner, Thilee!

this is a good player, works fine with all types of media, i had it but passed it on to a friend

it has the same software as this sumvision 1080P dvd polayer with usb slot

aria.co.uk/Pro…942

i got it and works brilliant ,saves burning rw media, just use a USB stick and away you go

, just use a USB stick and away you go[/QUOTE]


Im a lttle confused. if uve got an external hard drive does it mean u can watch films straght from that on the big screen if your dvd player has a usb slot?

Yup!

Got this one at the GFs, works on most but not all content. Suspect I have a few files that are encoded a bit differently. For the price its great, I need a small format one with USB now though.

Good Find


Heat + Rep

cornish;4926377

, just use a USB stick and away you go




[/QUOTE] Im a lttle confused. if uve got an external hard drive does it mean u can watch films straght from that on the big screen if your dvd player has a usb slot? [/QUOTE]

You will need a hard drive which is FAT32 format and also with a separate power supply, the USB socket on dvd players tends to only supply enough current for a USB stick.

[QUOTE=Ninty;4925037]True, but they are both MPEG-4, and this will play both formats with no problems.

Thanks Ninty save me answering

Also got progressive scan and component connections - should be as good as those cheap hdmi upscalers on smaller screens. Might get two for the kids bedrooms.

bargain

No upscaling? Meh.

if i had an AVI file, and copied it to DVD-RW would it play in thisdvd player?

Original Poster

ElBuc;4925897

Looks like you picked a winner, Thilee!



thank u

preciousb;4929589

if i had an AVI file, and copied it to DVD-RW would it play in thisdvd … if i had an AVI file, and copied it to DVD-RW would it play in thisdvd player?



Should do no problem. I do the same all the time with similar AVI/MPG4/DiVX/XVid compatible DVD player and other posters have confirmed it supports DVD-RW and DVD+RW.

Been this price numerous times, standard price is only 24.7, seems to jump between the two.

MKultra;4931517

Should do no problem. I do the same all the time with similar … Should do no problem. I do the same all the time with similar AVI/MPG4/DiVX/XVid compatible DVD player and other posters have confirmed it supports DVD-RW and DVD+RW.



Ditto i often burn a whole series of something (in XviD/AVI format) to DVD-RW media and just dung in it my old player so i guess this one should be fine


All1

Can anyone tell me whether this has analog audio outputs (ie phono's with F, R, Sub etc) or is it just digital (ie optical) out as I can't tell from the photo of the backpanel.

Thanks.

Link doesnt work. (go to deal)

gr8h8me;4922056

DivX is Xvid and the downside by the looks of it is no USB but value for … DivX is Xvid and the downside by the looks of it is no USB but value for money heat added




en.wikipedia.org/wik…vid

en.wikipedia.org/wik…ivx



Xvid is a primary competitor of the DivX Pro Codec (Xvid being DivX … Xvid is a primary competitor of the DivX Pro Codec (Xvid being DivX spelled backwards). In contrast with the DivX codec, which is proprietary software developed by DivX, Inc., Xvid is free software distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.[1] This also means that unlike the DivX codec, which is only available for a limited number of platforms[2], Xvid can be used on all platforms and operating systems for which the source code can be compiled.

Thanks but i've already stated that, but it sounds like either isn't a problem on this machine.

collected mine today from Tesco's. I'll let you know if they are any good.

Bought mine last night and will be collecting it tomorrow. Looks good to me and toshiba are a great company. if theres anything wrong tesco dont give hassle in refunding. worth a punt in my eyes. i just added some cd cases for my films on disk to get it over £25 so i dont have to pay the £5 shipping to a local store.
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