02-19-2008 12:26 AM #16
Once the 47" Regza's price drop to $1200 or less, I'm on it like flies on sh*t
02-19-2008 12:28 AM #17
As long as they maintain their high quality, yes.Samsung 42" PS42P4A (Main Room) / Sharp LC42AD5E 42" (Bedroom)
Pioneer VSX-59Txi Elite Receiver (still boxed)
KEF KHT3005SE Speakers
EP30 | HD-XE1 | 60GB PlayStation 3 | Sony BDPS500B | Denon DVD-1930 | Helios H4000
SD DVD: 646
HD DVD: 143
Hi-Vision LD: 7
02-19-2008 12:28 AM #18
Actually tomorrow I am picking up an XA2 for $100!!!! Cannot wait!!My HDMedia Collection
HD DVD= 180
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02-19-2008 12:30 AM #19Member
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I've had Toshiba electronics for as long as I can remember. They are the number one brand represented in my house and also the longest lasting of all the brands that have passed through my doors. My HDA3 will still function as an excellent upconverting DVD player.
I'm certain there will be plenty of Toshiba swag in my house in the coming years.
02-19-2008 12:36 AM #20
I'm totally gonna be buying Toshiba products still. I'll be buying the first blu ray player that Toshiba releases when it gets to a reasonable price of course.
02-19-2008 12:41 AM #21
While I haven't been fully satisfied with my Toshiba HD DVD players, I still know that they make good products. If I see something in the future that I want from Toshiba, I'll do what I always do: research the product and buy it.Did the primary buffer panel just fall off my gorram ship for no apparent reason?!
02-19-2008 12:51 AM #22
I bought a Toshiba Vardia RD-A301 HD DVD/DVD/HD recorder today since the prices are now very good and I've been looking forward to buying it for some time already. Now I will have 2 HD DVD enabled standalones which gives some further assurance that I'm future proof'd when it comes to playback capabilities. This is my first HDTV recorder.
I will buy Toshiba products in the future too if the specification and price are good. I've been very happy with my HD-XF2.
I've had a Toshiba dishwasher and vacuum cleaner too. Those weren't as good as their HD DVD players though
I don't blame Toshiba for anything. It will be interesting to see how they handle today's press conference. I think they had the superior product since the beginning.
02-19-2008 12:53 AM #23
What can they do without Wal-Mart, Become the Amazon format? Their players have been head and shoulders above blu-ray machines but they are not product promoters like Sony, Samsung and Panasonic. The PS3 won this and I can't recall any advertising from Toshiba that has been memorable even prior to HD DVD. I have had Toshiba products in the past and will in the future if they make a dual player along the lines of their HD DVD players like the X-A2 or A35.
02-19-2008 12:57 AM #24
I have never been a Toshiba buyer. Ever.
I never had anything against the company, but I'd just never gone out of my way to seek out their products.
That has changed with my purchase of an HD DVD player, however.
My A3 is an extremely well engineered, full featured product. From software to hardware, it is very well thought out and intuitive to operate.
I think some of my next major electronics purchases will be from Toshiba.
02-19-2008 12:58 AM #25Member
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I too will continue to buy Toshiba products, and look for them in the future. As a matter of fact I will be purchasing a Rezga TV when its time to upgrade.
02-19-2008 01:00 AM #26
I have never bought a Toshiba product, personally, until I got into HD DVD. I've had a Toshiba Satellite laptop, and loved it.
I really want to buy a new 42" Regza, sometime. I saw one at HHgregg, and compared it to a Sony Bravia, and the Regza looked a hella lot better.
02-19-2008 01:01 AM #27
Sony lost several formats, and they still stand. I will always buy from Toshiba, it is my prefered CE company actually. I love my Toshiba HDTV and my old Toshiba DVD player which lasted years and still works. Nothing changhes as far as brand value and loyalty for me.
02-19-2008 01:02 AM #28
My first DVD player was a Toshiba, it broke after 2 years. HD DVD also failed as a format, so I'm not sure if I would buy Toshiba products.
On the other hand, ALL of my TV's were/are Sony (2 Tube 1 LCD) and never had any major problems with them.
02-19-2008 01:03 AM #29
02-19-2008 01:05 AM #30Member
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- Calgary, Alberta, Canada
I'll buy Toshiba again in a heartbeat. I have nothing but good things to say about their products that I have purchased.Setup 1: Panasonic TH42PX60U Plasma - XBox 360 Premium - HD DVD addon - Starchoice 505 - Pioneer HTS-GS1 5.1 - Harmony 880 - Insignia BD player
Setup 2: BenQ W500 LCD Projector - Toshiba XA2 - PS3 60 GB - Starchoice 505 - Xbox 360 Pro 120GB - Onkyo 606 - Polk Audio RTi A5 fronts - Polk Audio CSi A4 Center - Energy Take Classic surround- Harmony One Remote - Lutron IR Dimmer
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