Summary: This player had good picture quality and sound, however, the unit boke just over a year after purchase. The picture still works but the audio no longer comes through. It is going to cost $150 to repaire and the warranty just ran out. Needless to say I will not purchase a toshiba as my next player.
Summary: The toshiba SD 1200 was the first DVD I aquired for over two years ago. Two years later I dont regret for a second for buying it. It's been flawless since the day I set it up. Many friends went for other more expensive brands and models and have encountered many dificulties since day one. In the set up, recognition of movies and over all execution. I recomend it to anyone who is planning to buy a DVD.
Summary: until it broke. The repair technician said the laser pickups were made by Samsung, and a steady stream have been coming in for repair. It would cost (...)to replace, so I might as well buy another player. I've had the unit for almost a year now. Great picture, useful zoom for those too-wide movies, and adequate remote.
Your excuse to not buy a DVD Player has just gone bye bye!
F. Esteve "Franco", Amazon
7 August 2000
Summary: This is one of those wonderful exceptions where cheap simplicity equals perfection in a product. I say cheap because it's one of the most economically priced DVD players out there. Any excuse to put off buying a DVD player will go bye bye really fast when you see this player in action. It is a fully featured player with top notch build quality. It has passed every test I've put it through so far (the Matrix was a walk in the park).