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Watch Endless Movies with Toshiba XD-E500 DVD Player

With a next-generation HD format like Blu-ray still trying to gain a more stable foothold in our country, Toshiba plays it safe and wants you to meet the advanced Toshiba XD-E500 DVD Player. Consumers have embraced the DVD format like no other technology and they’ve also invested in sizeable DVD movie collections.

As the market moves towards high definition, the XD-E500 lets them experience their existing DVD library in a whole new way. The XD-E500 offers consumers the chance to watch their existing DVD collections at near-HD resolutions, replete with enhanced detail and richer colors. Toshiba is delivering to consumers what they want: a high quality experience at an affordable price.

Full HD: Sylvania NB501SL9 Blu-Ray DVD Player

Now that the format war is over and you don’t have to worry about which movies are going to be distributed on which standard, it might be time to buy a Blu-ray player. If you’ve never seen Full HD or 1080p on an HDTV set you are missing out on a viewing experience. With the Sylvania NB501SL9 Blu-ray DVD Player, you will enjoy features that enhance viewing experience.

With its HDMI connection, the Sylvania NB501SL9 Blu-ray DVD Player delivers progressive color in all modes and reduces the posterization effect of the playback image, plus it produces exceptional Home-Theater Sound when connected to an optional Surround Audio system.

Movies on your Lap: Toshiba SD-P91s Portable DVD Player

While traveling, one must stay entertained, or those long drives and airplane flights will simply turn into a drag. But with so many media products becoming portable, life has suddenly gotten a bit sweeter – not to mention less boring.

The Toshiba SD-P91s Portable DVD Player is one of the best companions you can have on the road or up in the sky. Take it anywhere you go, and you’ll be thankful it’s with you for the trip ahead.

Clear Playback: Samsung DVD-R155 DVD Recorder

Samsung brings back both playback and record functionality in one sleek box. Fix your attention to the Samsung DVD-R155 DVD Recorder…

Toshiba SD-6100 features New School Upconverting for Old School DVDs

Toshiba SD-6100 DVD PlayerFor quality entertainment that is both affordable and reliable, add the Toshiba SD-6100 DVD Player to your collection of home theater equipment. Toshiba has once again proved that high quality and superior performance does not have to be sacrificed in favor of a good price tag.

For its unbelievable price, this ultra-slim and sleek piece is still able to show that Toshiba has certainly been generous in lavishing it with an array of features. This single-disc DVD player has what you need in a DVD player, and more.

Harman Kardon CP55 5.1 Surround Sound with HDMI…For Cheap!

For a complete home theater experience, you need the coHarman Kardon CP55 mbination of a quality HDTV set and an accordingly impressive home theater system. While many of you are so enthralled with terms and numbers like 1080p, aspect ratios, response times, contrast ratios or whatnot, you may be forgetting an equally important number: 5.1.

To be exact, you need a true home theater system with full 5.1 surround sound support for capturing that seemingly elusive cinema experience. You need the Harman Kardon CP55, a complete and high-performance home theater system that won’t leave your wallet gasping for air.

Don’t Desert, Upconvert! With the Samsung DVD-V6700

Samsung DVD-V6700 DVD Player/VCR (RB/Open Box)Do you still have a ton of VHS tapes lying around? If you do, you might want to consider the Samsung DVD-V6700 DVD Player/VCR Combo. It’s designed to span the gap between the aging VHS format and the current DVD!

It’s a combo unit, which means it doesn’t take up much space. It has a really low price tag and yet it is a capable unit that combines the abilities of two separate pieces of entertainment equipment.

VMD – the DVD Format War may Continue

HD VMD Keeps DVD Format War GoingFighting against the new DVD champion, VMD is the disc format that thinks it can – but only time will tell as this highly versatile format, which uses standard discs now in use and is backwards compatible, continues to push their low-price players and recorders.

The company just issued a press release saying “All indications are that VMD can fill the void left by HD DVD,” and that “The way is now clear for VMD to be embraced by the industry.” We suppose thats true — the Asian bootlegging industry really hasnt weighed in with a format choice yet, has it? In any event, VMD players have apparently been shipping to the US for a month now.