Summary: well it dragged his ass into the 21st century pmsl :D!!! anyway it works well to be honest and I got it because its cinavia free and zone free with cfw so was well worth the £40 we paid for it yay ;) picture is great on his Toshiba 1080p hdtv looks really nice but lack of dts-hd master and dolby true-hd 7.1 is only draw back weve actually found but like I said its for dad and not me :D and theyre sort of happy with it just clueless with teck :(
Summary: I must say I'm quite impressed with this little budget player. OK, the display looks a little cheap with its retro digits, but apart from that I can find little to criticise. But its coup de grace is the ability to be flashed to enable not only multi-region DVD playback but Bluray too. One of the few players that will do both. For anyone who has bought this player or is considering it, the (very simple) instructions can be found on the AV Forums here - [...
Summary: Well after my last two 3d players broke on me one being a Sony and the other being a Panasonic I done a little search to see which player would be the best. Upon searching I found this little bundle of joy which not only had good reviews but it was so easy to make region free via an official firmware upgrade.
Summary: Hi, Actually i wanted blue ray that can play all region Blur-ray + DVD. Bought BDX3200 and upgraded the firmware with old firmware version(the one that comes with this model does not allow playing multi-region blueray. Search BDX3200 on avs forum for old version). Installed old firmware and can change region codes. I used it only for few mins and works great.
Summary: I bought this to replace an all singing all dancing Samsung blu-ray player that packed up after playing but a single DVD, a single blue-ray disk, and a single 3D blue ray disk. Not at all like Samsung, but having been bitten once, I opted for a name I felt able to trust; Toshiba. This player has no clock on the front, which is a good indication of what else is missing. Basically, most of the bells and whistles/ gimmicks that more expensive players are sporting.
Summary: I am just getting into Blu Ray but I wanted a player that is multi region for both Blu Ray & DVD. So far these have been very expensive. This is the cheapest option as far as I know. Out of the box it only plays DVD's from Europe, DVD region 2 & Blu Ray region B. To make it multi-region you need to install new firmware. Be aware that the firmware on the Toshibe website does not achieve this! I don't think Amzon would like me to post a link, so Google it!
Summary: When I first saw this price, at first glance it was not such a surprise as it could have been these days for a budget Bluray player...but only at first glance, that is. When you look more closely, thee 3200 has a fair few trick up its sleeve to keep the most ardent value seeker happy. It is (of course) a fully functional and rather decently enabled Bluray player that give a good clear and strong picture and delivers all the lossless audio you will ever need.