Toshiba Issues Firmware 4.0 For HD DVD Players
Even though Toshiba's HD DVD died earlier this year after a futile format war with HD competitor Blu-ray, the company remains true to its HD DVD fans with a firmware 4.0 update. Devoted to solving playback issues such as 1080/24p jaggies with MPEG-4 AVC-encoded titles and basic operational issues such as fast forward and rewind halting, firmware 4.0 applies to HD DVD's entire lineup. Included models: HD-A1, HD-XA1, HD-D1, HD-A35, HD-A2, HD-A2W, HD-A2C, HD-D2, HD-A20, HD-XA2, HD-A3, HD-D3, and the HD-A30 and believe it or not, if you have any compatibility problems with the update you can always contact HD DVD Concierge for assistance at 1-888-MYHDDVD.
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Posted by Justin Davey at September 27, 2008 7:28 PM