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Thread: Toshiba HD-A2 - $200.00 plus shipping

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    Default DEAL DEAD-Toshiba HD-A2 - $200.00 plus shipping

    Awesome deal on the Toshiba HD-A2 at Crutchfield, also get the 5 free HD-DVD's from Toshiba by mail. Link:

    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-NVwbsaT...87&pfxid=k1971
    Last edited by JohnnyCasaba; 06-11-2007 at 08:33 AM.

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    Looks like they're making room for the new HD-A20. Excellent price for entry into HD-DVD if you don't need 1080p.

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    Damn, deal's already dead.
    Jon O.

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    Yeah, wonder if it was a price mistake.

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    i don't really get the point of getting an hd-dvd player that isnt 1080p... but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveklein
    i don't really get the point of getting an hd-dvd player that isnt 1080p... but that's just me.
    Why is that?
    1080P TVS deinterlace 1080i to 1080P anyway, probably better than some players.

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    CircuitCity has the A2 for $249 and the A20 for $330. The HD DVD 5 free discs deal runs until 7/31.

    I must resist. I must resist. I must resist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinn View Post
    CircuitCity has the A2 for $249 and the A20 for $330. The HD DVD 5 free discs deal runs until 7/31.

    I must resist. I must resist. I must resist.
    Amazon has the A2 for around $250 right now too. What does the A20 add? Just 1080p? I'm very tempted to go for the A2. I wonder if the price will drop again once the free DVD deal phases out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebh View Post
    I wonder if the price will drop again once the free DVD deal phases out?
    I doubt it will. I think the studios are forking over the free movies to generate interest, so it doesn't have an impact on the cost of the player or the profit for the player manufacturer or reseller.

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    In addition to 1080p it has (more of?) the new audio formats I believe. You have to have a HDMI 1.3 receiver to use them though.

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