Exzerpt: Toshibas zweiter 3D-Player BDX 3200 KE unterscheidet sich kaum vom Vorgänger BDX 3100 KE (Test in audiovision 4-11). Auch der Neue nutzt seinen LAN-Anschluss nur für BD-Live-Downloads. Interessant sind die vielen Bildregler und das Farbmanagement, das aber einen Haken hat.
Exzerpt: Toshiba’s Blu-ray players have never been cutting-edge affairs, but the company has wholeheartedly embraced 3D. The BDX3200 is its latest 3D-ready effort and with its £150 price tag should appeal to those on a budget – although Sony’s BDP-S480 costs the same amount and offers much more in functionality. The BDX3200 is easy on the eye, with slim bodywork (42.5mm high) and a sleek black finish.
Exzerpt: Normally we’d be all excited about 3D playback, but so far the capability to read 3D Blu-ray discs hardly seems to be a high-end add-on feature at all. Take this so-called “flagship” Blu-ray player from mainstream brand Toshiba; it costs only a few sheckles more than it’s back-to-basic 2D sister, the BDX1200 , and it’s not much more advanced.
Pro: Space-saving design, 2D & 3D Blu-ray pictures, DivX support through USB
Kontra: Lacks Wi-Fi, average upscaling, poor remote control, lacklustre user interface