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TOSHIBA SD240E



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TOSHIBA SD240E
Brand TOSHIBA
Dimensions 5.0x43.0x22.0(H/W/D)cm
Sound compatibility (output) MPEG2/Dolby digital/DTS compatible output The integrated Dolby Digital/MPEG2/DTS decoder provides the analogue signals for front, centre, and rear speakers as well as the subwoofer. Just connect your amplifier with 5.1 input to obtain digital surround sound. There is no need for an external decoder. Digital Theater Systems (DTS) has a higher data rate providing the the highest sound quality.
Video D/A converter 10bitbit On DVD discs, pictures are encoded using MPEG-2 technology in 8 bit resolution. This converts MPEG2 8-bit resolution to a higher bit rate to reduce obvious signs of digitizing, rendering the film closer to the original movie master.
Audio sampling 24bitbit/96 KHz Converts the software audio signals, which differs from source to source, into the highest quality. In the case of audio CDs this results in improved dynamic range and audio quality. Only really relevant if you are going to play CDs through our DVD player.
CD compatible playback Yes Enables the playback of CDs on your DVD player
VCD compatible playback No
CDR compatible playback Yes Allows the playback of recordable CDs
SACD compatible playback No
MP3 compatible playback Yes Allows you to play MP3 tracks burnt onto a CD from a computer.
DVDRW compatible playback Yes Plays once recordable disc format.
CDRW compatible playback Yes Enables the playback of re-writable CDs
JPEG compatible playback Yes Allows you to view jpeg photo images (e.g. taken on a digital camera) stored on a CD-R or CD-RW.
Memory card slot No
Component video output No
Optical output No
Scart sockets 1 For easy connection of the DVD player to a TV
Remote control Yes Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset
S-Video output Yes Since video signals are recorded as digital components in DVD Video, a better playback quality will be experienced when using the S-Video connection from the DVD player to the TV.
Graphic user interface (GUI) No
Supports interactive disc features Yes Allows access to the following features found on most DVD discs: multiple languages, multiple camera angles, subtitles in different languages and also bonus material such as deleted scenes, alternative endings, behind the scenes documentaries, trailers and cast and crew infomation among others
Other Features DVD-R compatible playback Enables you to playback DVDs recorded in DVD-R format
Virtual surround sound Simulates a surround sound effect through a standard stereo TV without the need for rear speakers.
x4 playback zoom Allows a section of the film to be selected and enlarged.
Still/slow/search playback For perfect stills, slow motion playback or fast search playback.
Supports multiple language options DVD Video format is capable of storing up to 8 different language soundtracks on a disc. Discs with 2, 3 or 4 language options will be most common in Europe.
Supports multiple camera angles Video scenes taken from up to 9 different camera angles (for instance live concerts, sports events) can be stored on a DVD disc, and during the playback, the desired angles can be selected instantly. Multi-angle DVD software should be available in the future. Function on DVD player operates only if the DVD disc contains multi-angle content.
Digital coaxial output A connection sending digital surround sound, such as Dolby Digital 5.1 or DTS, to a compatible TV or amplifier
Component Video inputs The connection delivers the ultimate picture resolution and can be used to connect a DVD player or Home Cinema system with a corresponding output to the TV

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