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The Toshiba BDX1100 is an entry-level Blu-ray player geared at consumers investing in their first-ever BD player.

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Pros

Fast and easy setup

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Very inexpensive

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Very good picture quality

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Upconverts DVDs to 1080p

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easy to use

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remote is well designed - good button placement, clearly labeled

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Profile 2.0 / BD Live capable (includes an Ethernet port for Internet connectivity)

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nice aesthetic considering its price point

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Cons

No extra features found on other players like Netflix and Amazon video streaming

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No 3D support

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cheap feeling remote

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feels cheap - lightweight and hollow

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lacks DLNA compatibility

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Slower processor which makes more sophisticated Blu-Ray discs slow to load

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The Toshiba BDX1100 is an entry-level Blu-ray player geared at consumers investing in their first-ever BD player. It offers full 1080p/24p high-definition video playback in addition to 1080p upscaling for lower-quality 720p DVDs. Included also is support for Deep Color, and for audio, the BDX1100 supports Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding. Also included is BD-Live for downloading extra movie content from the Internet (standard 10/100 RJ-45), USB and SD/SDHC memory expansion options, and a REGZA-LINK (HDMI-CEC) universal remote control that works off two AAA batteries and allows the user to control any and all attached HDMI-CEC devices.

Features
  • Entry-Level Blu-ray Disc Player
  • CD/DVD/BD Playback
  • Full 1080p/20p HD Blu-ray Output
  • DVD 1080p Upscaling
  • Deep Color
  • Dolby TrueHD
  • DTS-HD Master Audio
  • BD-Live Downloads
  • Remote Control (HDMI-CEC)
  • Standard 10/100 Ethernet
  • USB/SDHC Memory Expansion
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Arlen
12/01/2010 06:44

toshiba bdx1100 versus sony bdps370. Only interested in picture and sound quality. Which one should I get?

Omar

Omar

12/02/2010 08:01

If both were the same price then I'd recommend the Sony player hands down. Even if you don't use the extra streaming options today, it's nice to be future-proofed if you ever want to use them in the future. Plus, it sounds like the Sony has a better processor that doesn't slow down on the more sophisticated Blu-Ray discs.

However, the Toshiba can be had for very very cheap (seems like it was $50 at some places during Black Friday). For me, I'm really sensitive to slow loading so I'd go with the Sony regardless, but that may not be worth a $50 difference to others.

Anonymous
11/25/2010 12:55

Device has ethernet port - so does it do netflix, and movie streaming from a computer network? Does it play xvid, divx, mkv files?

Yale

Yale

11/25/2010 03:06

No, it is only a cheap device with limited functionality. The Ethernet connection is for Profile 2.0 compatibility only. This means Blu-rays have access to the net for additional content. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray_Disc#BD-Live for details.

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