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'Software updates over the internet are very easy.'
'Yamaha releases what might be the successor to the JVC XV-BP1'
'Fast player with a high quality picture and well designed controls, but no resume feature'
'Good support for legacy equipment'
'Superb build quality'
'lossless high resolution soundtrack'
'resuming playback on the BD-UP5000 after pressing the stop button was instantaneous.'
'Poor/inconsistent communication from Samsung regarding product support.'
'The included remote is average for a Blu-ray player.'
'No analog multichannel outputs.'
'Its smallish buttons lack backlighting, but the play button, along with an eight-way directional pad, provides good tactile feedback for effective use in dimly lit environments.'
'Good price for its features. 1/2 as thick as 2nd generation models.'
'It did not display the full resolution of the test pattern and the image was unstable at many locations.'
'Soundtrack support for high-definition disc players has always been confusing, but getting a handle on exactly what the BH200 can and can't do is mind-boggling.'
'Unfortunately, of the three HDTVs in my lab that support 1080p24 input, none were detected by my BH200 test unit.'
'The player's specs are solid.'
'Onkyo blue ray'
'Beware - No Surround Sound'
'No DLNA / network streaming functionality'
'great picture quality'
'Not Bad, But ....'
'Even Samsung doesn't know what features it has'
'The HD-A35 measures nearly 17 inches wide by two-and-a-half inches tall and almost 13 inches deep, weighing about seven-and-a-quarter pounds.'
'The many dark scenes are never murky on a good display, and there aren't more than a handful of shots here that aren't in tight, crisp focus, including long shots with a startling depth of field.'
'On that basis, the HD-A35, at a little over 2" high and 7.5 lbs soaking wet, looks a bit scrawny next to the "old" HD-XA1 .'
'With the HD-A3, Toshiba delivers the excellent picture, sound, and interactivity features of HD DVD, and adds a new, sleek, compact chassis.'
'February 6th, 2008 | by With the HD-A3, Toshiba delivers the excellent picture, sound, and interactivity features of HD DVD, and adds a new, sleek, compact chassis.'
'it is of little use to most buyers since the vast majority of HDTVs cannot display 1080p/24 signals properly'
'The results were disappointing.'
'for the remote… well, shockingly, it doesn't offend me.'
'a red light when off--unfortunately, the button can't be dimmed or extinguished.'
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