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9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
I'm considering getting a DivX DVD Player (preferably with HDMI output), now I have found the following as the cheapest:

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/531865/art/toshiba/sd-271-dvd-divx-player.html?srcid=4018 DivX DVD Player for £39 + (from) £7.40 delivery.
http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/531692/art/toshiba/sd-372-dvd-divx-hdmi-play.html?srcid=4018 DivX DVD Player (WITH HDMI Output) for £58 + (from) £8.70 delivery.

I am however, unfamiliar with Pixmania - has anybody ever used them before? Also, would either of these support XviD?

If you can suggest offers elsewhere also, I would be interested - also, as I am visiting a computer show at the weekend, is it likely that there would be any on sale there?

Thank you :thumbsup:
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9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
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#2
Thanks, is anyone able to provide any other/better deals?
#3
The DivX players from LIDL were excellent and only £30 - but no tellign when they'll next be on sale - they even play from SD Cards
#4
philips dvd players has 1 year lifespan then lasers wear out
#5
If you have a HDTV, get a HDMI player, it makes quiet a difference, compared to Scart.
#6
If you want a low budget DIVX player - try BIOSTEK XS-250 Pro DVD Player
- which is just £19!
http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/s_action/search/index.html?itag=1180

However, I just got a TOSHIBA SD-270E DVD PLAYER. I ordered it yesterday, and it arrived today - it is £29!
http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/searchtools/item-Details.asp?EdpNo=271438&sourceid=2008

I went for the Toshiba (I had more faith in the brand). I have spent the morning feeding it DVDs, MP3s, DIVX movies, DVD Copies - and it plays the lot.
It is not multi-region yet (it is a new player), but I'm sure some "hacks" will soon be available on the web!
#7
how do u play divx on a usb?!
#8
Im looking for one of these also, however I want one that can play the most file types. divx versions etc.

multi region or an easy unlock code to make multi region.

Dont mind spending upto 50 quid for a model that would hopfully last and play all the avi, divx & xvids I could throw at it

maybe one where you can updated firmware(read a very little). I dont know about updating the firmware but I sure that one that this can be done to or is supported would be able to be upgraded to accept later formats/features.

someone I know had one from Lidi last time but it plays Green...yea a green coloured picture.
banned#9
Pay a little extra to get the Sony NS76 (£70). Perfect for DIVX/XVID and upscales via HDMI too. Superb picture.
#10
Thanks to everyone who replied, I meant to mention earlier though that I unfortunately no longer have the space, so I won't be able to get one after all.

I appreciate everyone's contributions though, thank you :)
#11

Just noticed this today on Hot Deals Main site!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58376http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58376
Philips DVD 5960 hdmi, HD - upscaling, divx player (in store only @ Sainsburys) £33.49.
From reading the forums it seems there is a variation in price from store to store. So shop around if you can. Good Luck!
Let us know how good these machines are please.
#12
If no luck with that great one from Sainsbury's, Argos are doing DivX players for £30!

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