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Toshiba SD4300 Progresive Scan DVD Player (Black)

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  • Technical Information-Number of Discs-1:Technical Information-Media Formats-DVD-R, CD-R:Technical Information-Features-Screen Saver:Video-Video Signal Format-NTSC:Video-Video Formats-DVD Video, Video CD, MPEG-2, SVCD:
  • Video-Picture Control-Zoom:Video-Scanning Modes-Progressive Scan:Video-Digital to Analog Video Converter-14-bit - 108 MHz:Audio-Sound System-Dolby Digital, DTS:Audio-Audio Formats-MP3:Audio-Digital to Analog Audio Converter-24-bit - 192 kHz:
  • Image-Image Formats-JPEG:Interfaces/Ports-Component Video-Yes:Interfaces/Ports-Composite Video-Yes:Interfaces/Ports-Digital Audio Coaxial Out-Yes:Controls/Indicators-Remote Control-Yes:Physical Characteristics-Color-Black:Physical Characteristics-Height-1.
  • Slim-profile progressive scan DVD player
  • Multi-format disc support, including DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD-R/RW and VCD
  • JPEG photo viewer; MP3 file playback capability
  • Dolby Digital and DTS compatible
  • Component and composite video outputs; 1 analog audio out; 1 coaxial digital audio out
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameToshiba
Item Weight3.2 pounds
Product Dimensions3.2 x 17 x 1.7 inches
Item model numberSD4300
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color NameBlack
Specification MetEnergy Star
Item Display Height5 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB0038JECKE
Best Sellers Rank #20,070 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableMarch 1, 2010
  
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  • Brand Name: Toshiba
  • Model: SD4300
  • Color Name: Black
  • Width: 5.00 inches
  • Height: 5.00 inches
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Product Description

Color Stream Pro and multi-format playback capability make the SD4300 great for watching movies and viewing slideshows of your favorite digital photos. General Information-Manufacturer-Toshiba:General Information-Manufacturer Part Number-SD4300:General Information-Manufacturer Website Address-Toshiba:General Information-Brand Name-Toshiba:General Information-Product Model-SD4300:General Information-Product Name-SD4300 DaVD Player:General Information-Product Type-DVD Player:Miscellaneous-Package Contents-SD4300 DaVD Player Remote Control:Miscellaneous-Green Compliant-Yes:Miscellaneous-Green Compliance Certificate/Authority-Energy Star:Technical Information-Number of Discs-1:Technical Information-Media Formats-DVD-R, CD-R:Technical Information-Features-Screen Saver:Video-Video Signal Format-NTSC:Video-Video Formats-DVD Video, Video CD, MPEG-2, SVCD:Video-Picture Control-Zoom:Video-Scanning Modes-Progressive Scan:Video-Digital to Analog Video Converter-14-bit - 108 MHz:Audio-Sound System-Dolby Digital, DTS:Audio-Audio Formats-MP3:Audio-Digital to Analog Audio Converter-24-bit - 192 kHz:Image-Image Formats-JPEG:Interfaces/Ports-Component Video-Yes:Interfaces/Ports-Composite Video-Yes:Interfaces/Ports-Digital Audio Coaxial Out-Yes:Controls/Indicators-Remote Control-Yes:Physical Characteristics-Color-Black:Physical Characteristics-Height-1.7":Physical Characteristics-Width-16.9":Physical Characteristics-Depth-8.2":Physical Characteristics-Weight (Approximate)-3.21 lb.Connection:Connector Type 1 x Component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ), 1 x Composite video output ( RCA phono ), 1 x Audio line-out ( RCA phono x 2 ) and 1 x Digital audio output (coaxial) ( RCA phono ).What's in the box:Toshiba SD4300 Progressive Scan DVD Player (Black),Remote Control With Batteries (AA x 2), Quick Start Guide, Owner's Manual and1-Year Toshiba Parts and Labor Warranty.

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Customer Reviews

Sleek in design with an easy to use remote control.
Friend of Penguin
I am already returning it and seriously hope I can just get my money back without any hassles.
Ally
This Toshiba DVD player is affordable, looks great, and works like a charm.
earthsky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

345 of 364 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Nash Bridges on September 8, 2010
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You are not spending a fortune here. What do you expect? What you are getting is a bargain priced player, with minimal features. If you have a simple DVD, it will play. I have also played "burned" DVD's without a problem. Don't buy a $20 player, and hook it up to a $5000 television, and expect theater quality. As far as I'm concerned, once it turns on & plays, I've already gotten my money's worth. I don't expect to own this unit for the next 25 years (like some of us who still have an 80's vintage VCR).

This player is also capable of being "hacked" for "all region" use. That means that I can get movies still playing in the theaters, usually from Chinatown or eBay, that are in region code 3 (Asia), and watch them on this unit. Some movies are only available in other markets, not in region code 1 (North America). Here is the "hack" process:

Power ON
Open Tray
Enter Cod : 9879 and 0 For All Region Free (On screen display will show the region set to 0)
Close Tay
Power OFF
Power ON
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95 of 100 people found the following review helpful By nikki101887 on August 10, 2010
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So far i had purchased two toshiba dvd players for two different rooms. It's been a few months now, and they are working just fine. They are more expensive dvd players out there that would do exactly what this one does. This is a great buy.
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75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Ginger Purvis on October 23, 2010
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While the price is great, nothing has been sacrificed in quality. Easy to use, clear video and audio and a sleek appearance. I trusted the Toshiba name and was not disappointed. Recommended.
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108 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Verkinix on August 30, 2010
I almost went for this product because HDMI was plastered all over the site, but digging a little deeper to the manufacturers website, the datasheet indicates that there is no HDMI terminal. In this case, Amazon is greatly misleading of this product. I also could not find information on the maximum resolution indicating that this is NOT an upconverting DVD player. It uses only a component connection which limits the screen resolution to well below 1080p (and perhaps even lower than 720p). Just beware of what you are getting with this product.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By RChapman on May 17, 2011
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My experience is the same as other 1-stars. Two out of the first four DVDs played, which were brand new and clean DVDs, froze during play (one in multiple spots), requiring reloading to play again and fast-forward through the spots that froze. Also, one of the two sometimes would not even load, claiming "Bad disc." Both DVDs played perfectly on a different, 3-year-old workhorse player. This player seems to get other good reviews (which is why I bought it), but perhaps there was a bad batch.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ann on October 17, 2010
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I haven't owned this long so I can't comment on the longevity (although if it does begin to fail in an unreasonably short period of time I'll update this review).

What I do want to say is that I did the region-free hack from videohelp.com which is very easy to do, and I can confirm that it has been successfully reading Region 1 and Region 2 discs.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By G. Strakos on October 10, 2010
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This is a good DVD player if you plan to occasionally play DVDs. If you plan to play DVDs on a more regular basis, I recommend you purchase a higher quality DVD player.

For the cost of this DVD player, I have no complaints. I guess I should mention that it is a bit louder than my older (and more expensive) DVD player. I guess I should also mention that the loading tray is flimsier than my older (and more expensive) DVD player.

This DVD player only comes with composite video jacks (CVBS) cables. If you want to use the higher quality component video jacks (Y,Pb,Pr), you will have to purchase component cables separately. I recommend Belkin component video and audio cables. Belkin 6' Component RCA Audio & Video Cable Kit

The owner's manual is well written and it is easy to understand. The type size, however, is a bit small.

The remote control is about what you would expect with a low cost DVD player. It uses AAA batteries (included).

Overall, I do recommend this low cost DVD player.
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52 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Eugene Tenenbaum VINE VOICE on April 1, 2010
The included SE-R0301 remote control has small buttons spaced out only 9 mm (less than 3/8 inch) horizontally and 8 mm (5/16 inch) vertically - good for children, but quite difficult to press with fingers as thick as of even average man in Europe or USA. Not as bad as the one of the Samsung DVD-P190/P191, but much worse than the SE-R0313 remote control of the Toshiba SD7300. After pressing the Stop button, the player memorizes, where the disc stopped, but only for approx. 20 min., after which the disk has to be watched from the beginning - quite annoying. Bookmarks are not available. Leaving the disk for watching later by pressing either the Step or Play/Pause button wears off the player. No screen saver is engaged, and the motor and the laser are working forever while the disc is rotating.

Otherwise the player is good. It offers richness of functions (including the very useful zoom and slow), intelligent menus (big and easy to see and navigate through), and a legible display unlike any other player in its class. it is not surprising considering that Toshiba invented the DVD. Though the front panel display has only 4 digits to show only chapter number unlike a 8-digit display in the Toshiba SD3950 showing the time of already seen or remaining part. Also, it is lacking the corresponding FL SELECT function to switch between displaying said time and chapter number. However, such lack is compensated since the time of already seen or remaining part can be continuously displayed, as a little distraction, on-screen and also switched to the chapter number.
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