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DVD Player with USB

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
I'm after a new DVD player. It doesn't need to record. A high priority is the ability to play DivX through a USB port. Upscaling would be nice but not a necessity.
Any recommendations? Thanks!
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Have a look at the Sumvision Phoenix. It's only a tiny little thing but it upscales and plays divx and xvid and has HDMI. I bought an 8gb sd card and usb adaptor from ebay for about £11 and it plays them fine. Takes a little time to read via usb but once it starts its fine. They are about £30-ish. Google it for more info.
Hope this helps

Here's a link with some user verdicts.

http://svp.co.uk/products-solo.php?pid=5129
#3
It would be a common courtesy, if you post a request for advice and receive it, to at least acknowledge those that tried to help.
#4
deek72
It would be a common courtesy, if you post a request for advice and receive it, to at least acknowledge those that tried to help.


Thanks for the advice, and recommendation. Having said that, I don't believe that a response from an OP is needed to every reply in a thread.
If the thread was a week or two old, and had not received thanks, then you would have a point. However, you posted your comment when the thread was only just over a day old - don't you think you're jumping the gun a little with your cricism?
#5
waynehayes
Thanks for the advice, and recommendation. Having said that, I don't believe that a response from an OP is needed to every reply in a thread.
If the thread was a week or two old, and had not received thanks, then you would have a point. However, you posted your comment when the thread was only just over a day old - don't you think you're jumping the gun a little with your cricism?



Not at all. After your post you were a regular visitor to the site. The fact that you did not appear to bother to check for replies (or if you did even a simple 'thx' would have sufficed) suggested that we had wasted our time trying to help you.
I mean, how hard is it to type 'thx'?
In fact it's not that I want to bask in your thanks, It's just pleasing to think you have been of assistance to somebody.
#6
deek72
Not at all. After your post you were a regular visitor to the site. The fact that you did not appear to bother to check for replies (or if you did even a simple 'thx' would have sufficed) suggested that we had wasted our time trying to help you.
I mean, how hard is it to type 'thx'?
In fact it's not that I want to bask in your thanks, It's just pleasing to think you have been of assistance to somebody.


OK, I didn't mean to cause offence - I just generally find it easier to do a group 'thanks' rather than make multiple posts amounting to the same thing.

Indeed, your post was very useful. I was asking on behalf of a friend, and I have recommended he buy the one that you pointed out, it seems to get good reviews. Thanks!
#7
No problem. Glad to be of help! :thumbsup:
#8
deek72
Have a look at the Sumvision Phoenix. It's only a tiny little thing but it upscales and plays divx and xvid and has HDMI. I bought an 8gb sd card and usb adaptor from ebay for about £11 and it plays them fine. Takes a little time to read via usb but once it starts its fine. They are about £30-ish. Google it for more info.
Hope this helps

Here's a link with some user verdicts.

http://svp.co.uk/products-solo.php?pid=5129


I notice from the blurb that is says:

"Added features of the Phoenix player includes a built-in SD/MS/MMC memory card slot, meaning [COLOR="Red"]you can display pictures (not video)[/COLOR] stored on your card straight onto your TV via the Phoenix. It also houses a USB2.0 slot so you can transfer and display image files from stored on a USB pen drive onto your TV. "

Looks like it can only play pictures thru USB and not video, although if you've tried it I guess it does?
#9
waynehayes
OK, I didn't mean to cause offence - I just generally find it easier to do a group 'thanks' rather than make multiple posts amounting to the same thing.

Indeed, your post was very useful. I was asking on behalf of a friend, and I have recommended he buy the one that you pointed out, it seems to get good reviews. Thanks!


Im the same dont worry, people have told me off for being that way,

Its easier than replying to every post "thanks" which is a bit redundant in my eys.

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