I just posted the article Toshiba HD-A1 audio and video performance at Secrets of Home Theater.
You can take a look over at the Secrets of Home theater site at a hands on type review given by Kris Deering. He has had a Toshiba HD-DVD player for quite a while now. They already gave us a...
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Notice it doesn’t play DVD+R/Ws. Notice it doesn’t mention anything about how long it takes to boot up.
I bet it does play DVD+R/Ws, just most people neglect to add both formats. It doesn’t list DVD-ROM either, which is every movie out right now. And they’re listing these disc types as codecs, which isn’t correct either.
Every movie out now are called DVD-Video, which is the DVD-V there.
Actually DVD-Rom is the type of disc used to store information used in the movie industry. DVD -V doesn’t exist as anything more then a process of storing the Movie on said disc. I can Have a DVD+R DVD-V disc because I used Nero to record video on the disc. So To support retail movie the drive needs to beable to read DVD-ROM discs.