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Toshiba Sd5010kb Dvd Player

Guide price: £45

Last updated on 10th Apr 2012

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Toshiba Sd5010kb Dvd Player

The Toshiba SD5010KB DVD Player with full 1080p upscaling is a brilliant value way to make the most from your HD TV. With a sleek, slim design, the SD5010KB , has HDMI connectivity, as well as composite and scart ports, making it able to connect to older TVs as well. It also has a USB port, which enables it to play MPEG and DivX files downloaded to your PC. Additionally it can be used to play MP3 files, or display JPEGs on the TV screen, great for showing off your holiday snaps to all the family.

DTS and Dolby Digital audio output means you'll benefit from crystal clear sounds to accompany the brilliant HD picture. For a great quality DVD player, with fantastic value for money, pick up the Toshiba SD5010KB DVD Player today. Contents Region Region 2 Standard PAL Progressive Scan DivX/MPEG4 compatible DivX/MPEG4 Compatible Media CD+/-R CD+/-RW, DVD +/-R DVD+/-RW, Jpeg, DivX, Mpeg, MP3 Internal hard drive No Integrated Audio Decoder Dolby Digital Prologic II Video Out HDMI, Composite, SCART Audio Out DTS and Dolby Digital output Scart Adapter Yes Included Accessories Remote control Dimensions (mm) 43 x 430 x 209 mm ( H x W x D) Weight (kg) 1.32 kg

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