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Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player review

November 17th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Toshiba the market leader has come out with their new Blu– ray disc player named Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player. The cost of Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player is approximately 100 dollars. The blu–ray disc can provide a clarity and feel for the user which is even like 5 times better than what a DVD can give the user.

User’s manual, The Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player and the remote for the player are the packaged into a carton box that is what a user gets when he buys Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player from any shop. The main advantage of Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player or any Blu – ray Disc player is that it can play high definition that is present in the Blu– ray disc, this will give the user like he is watching a movie in theater.

This can also play DVD discs also and also it can up – convert the DVD discs when they are played in Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player. Up converting means it simply enhances the quality and clarity of Video content present in the DVD player than what is provided by a DVD player. Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player also has a HDMI port, thus you can connect the player to a High Definition television and see the High definition content present in a HD disc, which is decoded by the HD decoder (Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player) on a HD television so that you get a HD feel.

Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player has an Ethernet port in the panel. There is also a memory card slot which is secured digitally, this media slot is used for storing information. A various video formats are supported by Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player, few of them are BD-ROM, DVD, BD-R,  DVD – R, BD-RE, DVD-RW,CD-R, CD,  CD-RW, AVCHD and CD-DA. All the up conversion that can be done using Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player can provide the user with 1080 pixel resolution video content. Simulated surround effect which is providing the user with surround effect even without a home theater is supported in Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player.

There are one each ports for hdmi, component video and digital audio outputs. The type of surround sound decoders that are supported by Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player are Dolby Digital, Dolby True HD and Dolby Digital plus, DTS and DTS HD. This does not have 3 Dimensional video decoding abilities, built in wireless or wi fi support. Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player meets the energy star qualification and thus it is environment friendly. Coaxial digital audio output, which is called the SPDIF output is present in Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player. IEEE 1394 FireWire Port and USB port are not present in  Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player. However Zoom feature is supported by  Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player.  Toshiba BDX1100 Blu-ray Disc Player is simply the best Blu – ray disc player everyone should have in their home.

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  1. November 21st, 2010 at 20:30 | #1

    As you are probably aware the price of Blue-ray players have really come down over the last year. The Toshiba BDX-1100 is an impressive entry level Blu-ray DVD Player with great performance and features not normally found on players in this price range.

    The Toshiba BDX-1100 is a stylish Blu-ray DVD Disc player which does everything you want a basic Blu-ray player to do. It plays the most popular video formats BD-ROM, DVD, BD-R, BD-RE, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD, CD-RW, AVCHD and CD-DA. It automatically Up Converts non 1080P formats to 1080P with good clarity. It provides support for MP3 audio playback in two channel stereo and has built in surround sound decoders for Dolby Digital, Dolby True HD and Dolby Digital plus, DTS and DTS HD.

    In addition to all the “Basics” the BDX-1100 has a built in SD Card Reader/Writer/Viewer which will allow you to view AVCHD, digital camera movie files and Jpeg digital camera picture files easily on your TV making your TV an entertainment HUB for not only DVD’s and Blu-rays but pictures and Home-made movies too.

    The Toshiba BDX1100 does not support 3D (three dimension video decoding) or WMA (Windows Media Audio Files), and while it does have an ethernet jack for extra content found on BD-Live Discs, it does not support video streaming services such as NetFlix, Wi-Fi or Wireless Streaming.

    While Toshiba packed a lot of features and value into their entry level DVD player one feature they didn’t focus on is the remote. The remote buttons are small and not very well labelled. The layout is confusing and not at all intuitive. The keys are luminous and glow in the dark but we would have definitely preferred a better keypad layout with larger back lit keys. We often use Logitech Harmony Universal Programmable Remote Control in our installations an therefore the factory supplied remotes are often left in the box and never used with our custom installations however if your a heavy DVD watcher you will certainly find the keypad layout annoying.

    Lastly the processor in the Toshiba BDX-1100 is slower than that found on higher models. Blu-ray DVD’s with lots of java script on them can be slow to initially load. We found our PS3 loaded the same blu-ray DVD’s quicker than the Toshiba DBX-1100.

    The Toshiba BDX-1100 is a great entry level blu-ray DVD player with full 1080P support and up converstion, SD memory card slot and HDMI 1.3 output. If your are a moderate blu-ray user who is looking for a stylish player to watch an occasional blu-ray DVD then the Toshiba DBX-1100 blu-ray player maybe just the ticket for you. With the added functionality of an SD Card slot and support for AVCHD files and built in jpeg picture viewer this player has a great feature set found usually on players costing twice as much.

    If on the other hand you are a heavy DVD viewer and require support for 3D, WMA, Streaming internet services like NetFlix then the Toshiba DBX-1100 is not the blu-ray player for you.

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  2. nick giffin
    December 28th, 2010 at 08:29 | #2

    hi why does`nt the bdx1100 support sd cards i have tried kodak,scandisk,and two other makes none of them work.why?
    it is so frustrating.

  3. Adriane Callegari
    December 13th, 2011 at 20:16 | #3

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