Summary: Considering the price, this machine delivers the essentials, with only a handful of drawbacks. Set up is very easy, especially for disc playback, although no HDMI cable is supplied, which seems a bit mean as they are fairly cheap (on the other hand, this means you can easily get your own). A very useful function (for me, at least), is the ability to play media files from a USB device.
Summary: Not sure if have a fault, not sure if can return as deleted original order stuff. Bought 8th Feb. First Blu-Ray dvd worked ok first time but not second, next Blu-Ray dvd not work, 3rd attempt, worked then didnt, 4th attempt, none of my Blu-Rays wo rk at all.
Good price, good picture, noisy, bad menus, rubbish manual
Privateofcourse "Privateofcourse", Amazon
22 November 2010
Summary: As I bought the Toshiba 32RV753B 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV with Freeview HD I thought I'd take the plunge and get this budget/entry level Blu-Ray player. Here's my take on it: This Toshiba was the cheapest Blu-Ray player I could find. I wasn't expecting much therefore. When it arrived and I unpacked it to find a rather slick looking player, light as a feather, and quite small as well...well not that deep I mean. Setting up was simplicity itself.