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Toshiba BDX3200

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Toshiba BDX3200

Trusted Reviews
28 February 2014
  • Summary: Toshiba was late to the Blu-ray ball but serves up another basic-but-likeable 3D-ready deck in the BDX3200.
  • Pros: Superb 2D and 3D pictures, Easy to use, Extensive image adjustments
  • Cons: Limited features, No need for two video adjustment menus, Lightweight build quality
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Overall 6

Toshiba BDX3200 review

Home Cinema Choice
12 November 2011
  • Excerpt: Toshiba’s Blu-ray players have never been cutting-edge affairs, but the company has wholeheartedly embraced 3D. The BDX3200 is its latest 3D-ready effort and with its £150 price tag should appeal to those on a budget – although Sony’s BDP-S480 costs the same amount and offers much more in functionality. The BDX3200 is easy on the eye, with slim bodywork (42.5mm high) and a sleek black finish.
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Toshiba BDX3200

TechRadar UK
28 July 2011
  • Excerpt: Toshiba's Blu-ray players have never been cutting-edge affairs, but the company has wholeheartedly embraced 3D.
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Overall 7

Toshiba BDX3200 review

Pocket Lint
26 May 2011
  • Conclusion: DLNA networking, 3D and BBC iPlayer are widely available on other Blu-ray players, so we see the BDX3200’s future as a back-to-basics deck that won't hold its price for long. That’s great news if you’re simply after a machine that will cover all the bases for a couple of years, though low points include no DivX HD support, a poor remote and a lacklustre user interface.
  • Pros: Space-saving design, 2D & 3D Blu-ray pictures, DivX support through USB
  • Cons: Lacks Wi-Fi, average upscaling, poor remote control, lacklustre user interface
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Toshiba BDX 3200 KE: 3D-Blu-ray-Player

12 September 2014
  • Summary: In puncto Ausstattung macht der Toshiba BDX 3200 KE keine gute Figur: kein Internet, kein Netzwerk - nicht zeitgemäß. Dafür punktet er mit einem sehr guten DVD- und Blu-ray-Bild und einem umfangreichen Farbmanagement, das allerdings bei Blu-rays nicht wirkt. Wer sich einen einfach gestrickteren Player ohne Multimedia wünscht, sollte dem Toshiba eine Chance geben, zumal er im Online-Handel bereits für knapp 100 Euro zu finden ist.
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Overall 8

BDX 3200 KE

16 November 2011
  • Excerpt: Toshibas zweiter 3D-Player BDX 3200 KE unterscheidet sich kaum vom Vorgänger BDX 3100 KE (Test in audiovision 4-11). Auch der Neue nutzt seinen LAN-Anschluss nur für BD-Live-Downloads. Interessant sind die vielen Bildregler und das Farbmanagement, das aber einen Haken hat.
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