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Toshiba HD-EP30 HD DVD Player (Includes 7 Free HD DVD Titles!)

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    # Overview:
    # HD DVD resolution: 720p/1080i/1080p
    # DVD Up-scaling to 720p/1080i/1080p
    # HDMI ver 1.3
    # 24 fps
    # YPbPr, S-Video & Composite Video
    # Ethernet terminal for Internet connection
    # Extension terminal
    # Optical audio output
    # Compatibility - Playback:
    # CD-Audio
    # CD-R
    # CD-RW
    # DVD-R
    # DVD-ROM
    # DVD-RW
    # DVD Video
    # DVD+R
    # DVD+RW
    # HD DVD
    # Sound:
    # Dolby Digital Audio Decoder
    # Dolby Digital Compatible
    # Dolby Digital Plus
    # Dolby True HD
    # DTS Compatible
    # DTS - HD(core)
    # Picture:
    # 24 Frames per second
    # PAL Progressive
    # Icon on-screen display
    # Slow Motion
    # Variable zoom
    # DVD Up-scaling 720p, 1080i, 1080p
    # Interactive HD DVD capability (HDi)
    # Connections:
    # Regza Link (CEC functionality)
    # Analogue 2 Channel Audio
    # Optical Audio
    # Component video output
    # Composite video
    # Ethernet
    # S-video
    # 1 HDMI output
    # 1 Extension terminal
    # Dimensions:
    # Dimensions (WxHxD): 430x 59.5 x 340mm
    # Weight: 3.3kg
    http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3497129/Toshiba-HD-EP30-HD-DVD-Player/Product.html?P36=6JGFUC

    This is another step-up model for consumers approaching HD DVD for the first time. It will output high definition content in 720p, 1080i and 1080p, the very best high definition video output. For the home-cinema fan the 24 frames per second output will be a real bonus, displaying film at the rate it was originally captured by the studio. The HD-EP30 also up-scales standard definition DVD output to close to the same high definition outputs to give a new lease of life to a consumers current film library.

    Crisp, vibrant high definition images are only half the story, incredible sound quality is required for that true home cinema feel and here the HD-EP30 really delivers. It supports the very latest surround sound formats from Dolby and DTS,
    delivering breathtaking audio to complement the stunning visual performance.

    Of course the true step forward with HD DVD is the incomparable interactivity offered, with the built-in Ethernet port allowing access to the internet for unique content, special offers and a whole host of interactive content designed to give viewers an unrivalled audio visual experience.
     
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    I would get the PS3 just because you can do more that's well worth the 50 extra...but the thing is I have an Xbox 360 so I could just pick up an HD-DVD add-on anytime...just my 2 cents.
     
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