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    LOL! That's awesome, awesome for Toshiba!

    LMAO at worst company, why am I not surprised.

    However, when you click for the review of the HD-A1 and scroll down to the posts by users, 90% are blu-ray lovers. Why? Cause they boast about two things; higher capacity blu-ray discs and blu-ray use in PS3.
     
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    The August issue of Home Theater Magazine has an indepth review of the Toshiba XA-1.

    Here's an overview...


    1. Build Quality: 92
    "The HD XA-1 is built like a tank"

    2. Value: 90
    "It packs a lot of performance"

    3. Features: 95
    "Potential interactive functions and internet connectivity"

    4. Performance: 98
    "A new level of HD picture quality"

    5. Ergonomics: 85
    "Remote is slow and balky"

    OVERALL RATING: 93
    "Sets the bar for future HD DVD Players (and Blu-Ray)"
     
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    Go Toshiba!

    Very happy to see that our little guy is getting such good reviews
    from both the media and HTF membership.
     
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    I was a big Sony Fan, still love the ES receiver. However not knowing any better and not used to venturing out. I think my 7100ES maybe the last ES receiver I ever buy. Its a good product however there are so many more to choose from, and I see that clearly, more so now than before. Sony has to step there game up.
     

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