Any Toshiba SD4800 owners out there?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Meaux, Dec 11, 2002.

  1. Meaux

    Meaux Stunt Coordinator

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    Equip.I'm using:

    McIntosh Mac-3 decoder/processor Coax,optical ins,
    Toshiba 50H81,
    Motorola DCT2000 cable reciever,
    Adcom 7000 5ch. amp,
    Adcom 555 sub amp.

    Seems my dang cable box dosen't have coax or optical outputs.

    Thanks,
     
  2. Meaux

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    I ordered it anyway...$165
     
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    Bill_Mis Stunt Coordinator

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    I own a 4800 Toshiba DVD player but don't understand the question about the cable box. How does this relate to the dvd player? I like the player, except that is has some trouble playing my one vcd.
     
  4. Meaux

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    I guess the reason I bought the DVD in the first place is because of the cable reciever. They sell "digital Cable", yet it isn't. I didn't buy all this stuff to get stereo.

    Hoping the wife and kids won't mind going to Blockbuster instead of watching the same old movies over and over again....I can rent better movies for $50 a month..
     
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    There is no contest the picture and sound quality that you'll get from renting dvds will be far better than "digital" cable. The latter is just a marketing buzzword to get more channels to you with standard analog sound. If you are a movie fan rent dvd's and enjoy far better audio and video on your system.
     

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