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    Toshiba 3. generasjons HD DVD spillere Høst/Vinter 07

    Bra pris ser det ut til at det blir på de også

    Expected Pricing and Expected Availability:
    HD-A3 ($299.99, October 2007)
    HD-A30 ($399.99, September 2007)
    HD-A35 ($499.99, October 2007)

    Toshiba takes the Hi Def movie experience to a whole new level with 24
    frames per second support, CE-Link connectivity, High Bit Rate Audio
    capabilities and unmatched interactivity functionality

    WAYNE, N.J., Aug. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Toshiba America Consumer Products,
    L.L.C. ("Toshiba"), announced today its third generation of HD DVD players
    for the U.S. market. Continuing to outpace the competition in sales of
    dedicated high definition players and responding to increased consumer
    demand, Toshiba revealed three new sleek and stylish models for an ultimate
    HD home movie experience. With all three new models priced under $500
    (MSRP), Toshiba is delivering a powerful line-up of HD DVD players designed
    to meet the aggressive growth in demand for high definition TVs.
    "With a majority market share in unit sales of next generation DVD
    players, consumers are speaking loud and clear, and they are adopting HD
    DVD as their HD movie format of choice," said Jodi Sally, Vice President of
    Marketing, Toshiba's Digital A/V Group. "Because of the proven
    manufacturing efficiencies of the HD DVD format, Toshiba can bring this
    level of innovation in technology to a new generation of players with
    cutting-edge functionality at affordable prices."
    Building on the success of its first and second generation players, new
    leading enhancements in select models in the third generation line include
    an improvement in video performance with 1080p/24 frames per second (24p)
    support. Movie films are traditionally captured at 24 frames per second and
    select Toshiba third generation HD DVD players will be able to maintain
    this frame rate allowing consumers to enjoy movies in their native frame
    Also added to the line is "CE-Link" (HDMI(TM)-CEC) connectivity which
    offers the capability to communicate with and control another CE device in
    a whole new way. For instance, using "CE-Link" with "One Touch Play"
    consumers will be able to turn on a CEC capable HDTV and a Toshiba HD DVD
    player, and start playing a movie, with a single touch of a button on the
    player remote.
    Toshiba Third Generation HD DVD Models
    Toshiba's third generation family starts with the entry level HD-A3
    player featuring 1080i output capability. The other two new models,
    Toshiba's HD-A30 and HD-A35, will output 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080p),
    the highest HD signal currently available. Both models are capable of
    outputing signals at 1080p/24 frames per second so consumers can enjoy
    movies in their native frame rate. The HD-A30 and HD-A35 models also
    feature "CE-Link" (HDMI-CEC), allowing two- way control between the HD DVD
    player and a TV through an HDMI connection.
    The top-of-the-line HD-A35 also adds support for Deep Color via HDMI
    allowing compatible display devices to deliver outstanding video quality -
    displaying millions of possible colors to billions of possible colors.
    Additionally, the HD-A35 offers 5.1 channel analog output and High Bit
    Rate Audio (up to 7.1 channel) via HDMI. With content encoded in 7.1ch,
    this advanced surround sound is achieved through the HDMI connection
    bypassing the player's internal audio processor and sending the signal to a
    7.1 capable A/V receiver. High Bit Rate Audio will allow the consumer to
    integrate the HD-A35 with the latest multi-channel A/V receivers and enjoy
    a whole new dimension of high definition home entertainment.
    All of Toshiba's third generation HD DVD players are refined with new
    cosmetic designs. Rounded edges, slim chassis (only 59.5 mm - nearly half
    as tall as first generation players) and high gloss, black acrylic face
    plates create very sleek devices - a perfect complement to Toshiba's award
    winning REGZA(R) HD LCD televisions.
    Beyond the Hi Def Movie Experience
    Starting with 1st generation players, all of Toshiba's HD DVD players
    support the enhanced features of the HD DVD format mandated by the DVD
    Forum including picture-in-picture video, audio commentary and the ability
    to allow web-enabled network capabilities. Using the Ethernet ports found
    on all Toshiba HD DVD players, once connected to the network, users can
    access bonus features, as available, from a movie studio's server. This
    data is then saved in the player's persistent storage and can be accessed
    by the user. In addition to accessing new bonus features, some HD DVD discs
    may include locked prerecorded content which can be unlocked with a
    downloadable key from the studio's online server. Web-enabled capability is
    now opening the door to a new entertainment experience beyond hi def video
    and audio.
    "Consumers will always have a consistent experience with HD DVD as we
    have an established platform to keep the players updated to ensure the
    ultimate HD movie experience," said Yoshi Uchiyama, Group Vice President,
    Toshiba's Digital A/V Group. "A mandatory Ethernet port in all HD DVD
    players ensures that consumers can receive updates to their units to
    support the latest offerings from the studios and maximizing their
    investment in the format."
    All of Toshiba's HD DVD models are backward compatible allowing users
    to enjoy their libraries of current DVD and CD software while enhancing the
    look of regular DVDs by upconverting them to near high definition quality.
    For more information on HD DVD, please visit TOSHIBAHDDVD.COM.

    Toshiba to Debut Third Generation HD DVD Players for High Definition Enthusiasts

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    Virker lovende, med veldig gode priser!

    Så gjenstår spørsmålet: Er det noen som vet om disse spillerne blir sonefrie (For HD-DVD)?

    Hvis ikke må jeg snarest få sikret meg en 2.gen spiller.

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    Ser heller ikke at det står hva slags prosessering som sitter i de nye spillerne.

    Kanskje gamle XA1 er et bedre kjøp?

    Well, time will show.

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    HD DVD har ikke implentert noen sonekoding i hverken filmer eller spillere, og kommer nok ikke til å gjøre det med det første. Så vidt jeg vet, har ikke spesifikasjonene blitt klargjort enda.

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