Summary: Toshiba BDX1100 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player, Black This TOSHIBA blu-ray player is the basic unit to own for blu-ray & DVD reproduction. NOT INTERNET READY IF YOU WANT TO CONNECT TO OUTSIDE SOURCES. Easy to connect & operate & the set-up menu is easy to understand. I have it plugged to my HDTV using a HDMI cable (purchased separate) & to my stereo receiver using a DIGITAL AUDIO COAXIAL cable (purchased separate) instead of the standard RCA red/white A/V wires.
Summary: This thing is a good base model blu ray player. It produces a very crisp picture and high quality sound. I wish I would have forked over a little more money for the wireless model, but I'm happy enough with this one.
Summary: There are a few nits. 1. One oddity that I haven't figured out is the picture in picture (PIP) icon. I turned it off in the setup menu, but when playing Blu-ray Casino Royale, the PIP icon keeps popping up every scene, which is very distracting. 2. Out of the box, the unit assumes that it is connected to a low resolution (480p) display. Have to go into the setup menu to manually change it to send out a 1080p signal.
Summary: Like some others, I purchased this item at Best Buy when it was a Black Friday doorbuster. Here are my early impressions: The overall build quality seems very good indeed for a sub-$100 Blu-ray player. It has a nice form factor and does not appear cheap in any way. It looks like something that would have cost $200 a year and a half ago, and it probably would have. It comes with a fairly easy to use though somewhat cheap looking remote and is very easy to configure.
Summary: Bought on Black Friday from Best Buy when it was on sale so I was already excited about that. Set up a 32" Vizio LCD with it and was plug and play. The setup wizard Toshiba initially starts up with was kind of annoying, but was easy to get through. Was ready to use in 2 minutes. Popped in a DVD and came up fine. Didn't have a chance to try it out with a blu ray yet, but least to say, I already bought 2 (another as a gift!
Summary: Ich kann diesen Artikel noch nicht bewerten,da ich ihn noch nicht ausprobiert habe ! Mein Eindruck vom Gerät war ok,leider kein USB An-schluß.Installation war un- kompliziert,Anleitung auch verständlich.
Summary: ...es gibt ein Nachfolge-Model, BDX 1200, seit ca. Mai 2011 im deutschen Verkauf. Der BDX 1100 ist ca. 1 Jahr älter. Was mir mit Abstand am wichtigsten ist, dass alle Video-Formate ohne murren, von allen Medien, Audio-CD bis Blu Ray RW, erkannt und abgespielt werden. Das machen beide Modelle. Doch scheinbar ist das neuere Modell weiter entwickelt worden, was sich z.B. in der Reaktionszeit bemerkbar macht. Der BDX 1200 ist immer noch nicht der schnellste, also z.B.