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Manufacturer: Nikkai

Receive free-to-view and analogue channels
MP3, MPEG4 playback through the SD slot or USB
Connects to a camcorder, VCR, DTR, DVD or security camera
Compatible with flash drives and external hard drives
Auto-scanning for easy TV channel setup
Can store 1000 channels
7-dayEPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
Video output to display picture on a larger device
On-screen display to adjust brightness, contrast, colour and volume
Internal full range speakers with headphone output to add additional speakers
Built-in stand at the rear of the TV
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#1
I wonder whether it can actually RECORD to SD card
#2
siliconbits
I wonder whether it can actually RECORD to SD card


:giggle:
#4
I tried to play an xvid avi on it and it looked quite low res. The same video looks better on my Mio A201 PPC (albeit smaller screen). Please note that this is a subjective thing, maybe tv looks better, but even the file menus
were kind of low res.

Another thing, it seems that you could change the sound level by pressing the vol +/- buttons in TV receiver mode but not while playing avis or mp3s from sdcard. :-(

If you try to press the vol +/- keys (on top of the unit) while playing avis you see an "invalid key" shown on screen and that's about it. Maybe there is another way to do it but it was not obvious and the shop assistant from maplin did not succedded to change the volume.

Anyway, you cannot expect an HD Ready unit at this price and size, do you? :-D
#5
tkg
I tried to play an xvid avi on it and it looked quite low res. The same video looks better on my Mio A201 PPC (albeit smaller screen). Please note that this is a subjective thing, maybe tv looks better, but even the file menus
were kind of low res.

Another thing, it seems that you could change the sound level by pressing the vol +/- buttons in TV receiver mode but not while playing avis or mp3s from sdcard. :-(

If you try to press the vol +/- keys (on top of the unit) while playing avis you see an "invalid key" shown on screen and that's about it. Maybe there is another way to do it but it was not obvious and the shop assistant from maplin did not succedded to change the volume.

Anyway, you cannot expect an HD Ready unit at this price and size, do you? :-D


Thanks for that. I was only interesting in playing AVIs. I think I'll leave it.
#6
siliconbits
I wonder whether it can actually RECORD to SD card


does not sound like it, the FAQ says it does not play mpeg2 files..

Shame, might of been nice for recording from freeview radio.
cause u wouldnt fit much on an sd card
#7
tried to play an xvid avi on it and it looked quite low res. The same video looks better on my Mio A201 PPC (albeit smaller screen). Please note that this is a subjective thing, maybe tv looks better, but even the file menus
were kind of low res.
Actually mine shows really good quality whilst playing avi files and pics. Maybe you have a faulty one? Some of the writing in the card reading menu is not great but still ok. I also used mine in the living room yesterday as an alternative to a digital photo frame to do a slide show and it was really good for that too.

As tkgmetioned about the sound. Not being able to alter the sound whilst playing media is slightly anoying but then just set it before playing and ok.

The tv pic is great too for analougue and freeview but only whilst using the house aerial, not so good when using the portable one.
#8
ajm007
Actually mine shows really good quality whilst playing avi files and pics. Maybe you have a faulty one? Some of the writing in the card reading menu is not great but still ok. I also used mine in the living room yesterday as an alternative to a digital photo frame to do a slide show and it was really good for that too.

As tkgmetioned about the sound. Not being able to alter the sound whilst playing media is slightly anoying but then just set it before playing and ok.

The tv pic is great too for analougue and freeview but only whilst using the house aerial, not so good when using the portable one.


Does it have s-video / comp (Yellow) input at all?
#9
It has an av input which has a cable supplied with yellow/red and white connetions.
#10
@tkg

Another thing, it seems that you could change the sound level by pressing the vol +/- buttons in TV receiver mode but not while playing avis or mp3s from sdcard


Whilst playing mp3 avi etc just hold the vol +/- key for 3 seconds and it will let you alter it.
#11
Will it play divx and xvid from an external hard drive via that usb slot?
#12
I am miles from the nearest maplin and hope some of you can help with some info.

What does it come with?
Does it have a battery? if so how long does it last
Does it have a power cable or adaptor?
Mains?
Car?

Thanks for the help.
#13
@tenrohle

I have tested Xvid and it has played everyone that i have tried even 800 wide. It even powered my 2.5 usb hard drive without the need for additional power.

@srob030869

It does not have a battery. It does come with a 3 pin power supply,car adapter, remote,freeview aerial (Doesn't get me any signal though),stand and av lead with yellow/red/white conectors on.
#14
Still around.. thanks for the pointer sconto :)
#15
Does this have a VGA output?

Thanks

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