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Toshiba SD3755 Progressive-Scan 5-Disc DVD Player

3.0 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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  • 5-disc DVD changer with ColorStream Pro progressive-scan component-video output with Cinema Mode
  • CD, MP3-CD, and DVD-R playback
  • Picture zoom, front-panel operation
  • Coaxial and optical digital-audio outputs with 24-bit/192 kHz PCM audio decoders
  • 500 lines horizontal resolution
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  • Brand Name: Toshiba
  • Model Number: OUTLET-SD3755

Product Description

Product Description

The Toshiba DVD SD3755 DVD Player and Changer is a truly versatile component in your home-theater system. The SD3755 reads compatible DVD-Video discs providing Progressive Scan resolution for optimal play on 480i (or better) TV sets. 24-bit/192kHz PCM Stereo Audio output Virtual 3D Spatializer Surround Sound 4 Power Picture Zoom Icon-based on-screen menu displays for easy use S-Video Output, Composite Video Output, Parallel Video Output (Interlaced) Includes Remote Control Size - 4-1/2 High x 17 Wide x 15 Deep

Toshiba gives consumers enhanced digital technology for a minimum price with their SD3755 progressive-scan DVD player. Capable of DVD, CD, MP3, CD-R/RW and DVD-R playback, this player is great for movies, music, and DVD transfers of your home movies.

A 10-bit, high-sampling 54 MHz video digital-to-analog converter quickly and accurately reproduces video for high-quality pictures, abetted by Toshiba's stellar ColorStream Pro progressive-scan component-video output with Cinema Mode (3:2 pulldown). The player offers parallel video outputs (interlaced) for serving multiple rooms and 500 lines of horizontal resolution.

Likewise, a 24-bit, 192 kHz audio digital-to-analog converter runs at twice the frequency of conventional DVD player audio DACs to provide superior sound reproduction from DVD-Videos and CDs. Optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs facilitate hookup with a surround receiver for either Dolby Digital or DTS decoding.

Additional features include progressive-scan video, which displays non-interlaced video with compatible TVs for smoother pictures with reduced flicker. Toshiba's 3-D Virtual Surround Sound simulates a four-speaker surround system using only two.

The SD3755 offers plenty of playback options as well, including an onscreen menu, strobe display, preview, multiple angles, 4-power zoom, and four scan speeds (up to 100x playback).

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Technical Details

Brand Name Toshiba
Item Weight 12.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 15.2 x 17 x 5 inches
Item model number OUTLET-SD3755
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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3.0 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,484 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > DVD Players & Recorders > DVD Players
Shipping Weight 12.8 pounds
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Date First Available August 15, 2001

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I just bought this player and I thought it would be a good idea to list the actual specs at the end of this review. It was very difficult to track down any specs at all for the SD3755. The ones I did find were not all correct.
Now for the review:
I think this player is well worth the money for all the features you get. It had almost everything I was looking for. However, one major feature it did lack, was HDCD support.
All the DVDs, CDs, and MP3 CD-Rs I have played so far, have worked fine.
As far as the MP3 support goes, it's ok. I was worried that it wouldn't play MP3 CD-Rs that had the files placed into sub-directories. But it actually scans the entire CD-R &
caches all of the MP3 files alphabetically so you can view them onscreen. The bad part about that is that you see them in a single list as opposed to having them organized. (So yes, it does read MP3s that are placed in multiple directories / sub-directories on a CD-R)
Here are some of the other features / issues I have found when using the MP3 capabilities:
MP3 Pros:
- you can program what songs to play (up to 60 tracks)
- you can repeat the programmed list, a single track, or the entire mp3 CD-R (containing 100s of songs)
MP3 Cons:
- no random or shuffle feature (why this is the case, I have no idea. Those features are allowed for normal audio CDs)
- can't program lists across mp3 CD-Rs (again, this is a feature for audio CDs)
- does not continue to the next mp3 CD-R after the current one is finished playing (again, this feature works for audio CDs)
- only the first 8 characters of the filename are displayed in the onscreen menu (which can be very annoying trying to figure out what song to play).
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By A Customer on October 4, 2001
Overall, an excellent purchase and an excellent value. I began shopping for a DVD player when my old 5-disk CD player died. I comparison shopped for a DVD player that offered some of the more advanced features including progressive video (even though my TV is not compatible with this feature). I also liked the capability of this player to play DVD/CD/CD-R/CD-RW/MP3 -- all of which have functioned very well (I have not tested the MP3 player). This unit has just about every feature higher priced units have with the exception of HDTV capability and dolby decoder (which your amplifier is probably capable of decoding) and without the higher price. The DVD player was crystal clear and the playback/FF/FR/Zoom functions were fairly simple.
1)the component only comes in a gun-metal silver color:
2)To visualize some of the actions taken by pressing function keys on the unit , you must also have your TV monitor turned on -- even for simple playback of audio CDs (for example, to play 5 audio CDs randomly you maust have the TV on to be certain you pushed the random button the appropriate number of times)
3)I am an inpatient person, and some of the functions (open/close) appear to engage slowly
Admittedly my cons are miniscule compared to the overall capablity and performance of this unit. Therefore, if you do not mind the color, I fully recommend this unit.
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I got this Toshiba SD3755 for about 2 months now. I won't go into the spec of this unit but I will note its bad points.
1) It powers up very slowly (about 10 seconds) so be patient and don't press the power button twice. I did because when the power button is pressed...nothing seems to happen for awhile then your patience runs out.
2) Changing a from one DVD to another is also very slow compare to Pioneer DV-C503 that I have.
3) No direct access to DVD so you must use the to scroll through dics after dics to get to the one you want.
4) For a PROGRESSIVE SCAN player, the picture is almost worse than the regular DVD player that I have.
5) All buttons on the unit feel cheap. You know what I mean when you push the button and it feels cheaply made.
6) Forwarding speed is only X2.
7) Would I bought it again if I have a second chance? No.
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By A Customer on February 26, 2002
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Can't beat the features in a progressive scan player. No, it isn't perfect, but you get your money's worth out of this. Picture is great, plays MP3s including an entire page of directions, plays CD-RWs, a few different random modes, etc.
Most importantly, it plays DVDs very well. I had a Panasonic before and it would hang-up to the point where it was unwatchable on about 40% of the movies I tried watching. This machine has none of those issues.
Yes, it is slow to power what, who cares if it takes 10 seconds instead of 5.
The on-screen menu is a bit annoying...can't just read things off of the player itself, you have to have the TV on.
Bottom line: name brand, good quality, great features, all for [a good price]. It has features that Panasonic and Pioneer cannot touch and JVC and Sony want a lot more money for.
I'd buy it again
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By A Customer on October 3, 2002
Would have been zero stars if they'd let me. this is the single most disapppointing piece of consumer electronics I have bought in a decade or more. For starters, while they call it a changer, if you want to use it as a five-disc CD changer and have it automatically switch from one disc to the next, you have to turn on your TV eash time, go through a menu and reprogram the thing. the company tells me that this is because the CD player part of it is only an "added feature" and not the main purpose of the unit. Secondly, it is extraordinarily slow to respond to any inputs; if you power it up, it takes 30-45 seconds before it will accept any commands at all. And it is pretty choosy about what commands it will take from the remote even from two feet away pointed right at it. My own unit had a major catastrophic failure of the sort that they tell you is the reason not to by cheapo DVD players (which is why I bought a fairly pricey one) but that might have jsut been this one. Might have. I thought the manufacturer's attitude, whcih was basically "tough if youdon't like the way it operates, and we had no responsibility to tell you in promo material that it wouldn't really work as a CD changer" was pretty irresponsible, but that's just me. I'm gonna unload it. Anybody want a used one,a fter i get it fixed? I've put all of 15-18 discs sthrough it.
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