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...
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.
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...
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).
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.
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.
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.