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Topic # 96634 1-Feb-2012 01:20
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hi there .

i just bought a Toshiba DVD player from trade me but it didn't come with any cables . so was just wondering what cable would i need to get audio and video out from my TV . the TV is a Panasonic plasma TH-P42U30Z



DVD player specs :
Optical out 
Component out 
Scart out 
AV out 
S-video out 
DVD model number is SD241ESB  

also by chance would anyone know how to multi region this DVD player . I'm actually struggling . any help would be much appreciated 

thanks :) 

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  Reply # 575611 1-Feb-2012 02:27
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Use component out for video and L/R audio out for audio.




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  Reply # 575907 1-Feb-2012 14:43
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wmoore: Use component out for video and L/R audio out for audio.


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However wouldn't you have been better off getting the Toshiba BDX1200KY Blu Ray? Only $99 at JB HiFi. It upscales DVD to 1080p with HDMI output.
Anything without HDMI these days is out of date.

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  Reply # 575911 1-Feb-2012 14:53
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TeeREX14: hi there .

also by chance would anyone know how to multi region this DVD player . I'm actually struggling . any help would be much appreciated 

thanks :) 


Try Googling "SD241ESB Multi region". Might find something. I found SD240ESB easy enough which will probably work.
You could perhaps ask the vendor too?




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 576013 1-Feb-2012 17:50
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thanks . where can i find these particular cables ?

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  Reply # 576027 1-Feb-2012 18:55
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TeeREX14: thanks . where can i find these particular cables ?


Jaycar, Dick Smith, and most stores that sell TVs, DVDs etc.

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  Reply # 576123 1-Feb-2012 23:04
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Component cables are often horribly overpriced so be careful of that.

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