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Bush DVD2055HDMIB HD Upscaling DVD Player £22.99 + Free Delivery (With Voucher Code) @ CDiscount + Quidco

£22.99 @ CDiscount entertainment
High Definition Dvd & Audio CD Player. On Screen Display High Definition DVD & Audio CD Player. 2 Channel Stereo Output, On Screen display, Multi Angle Feature, PAL/NTSC Playback, Digital Audio Out… Read More
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High Definition Dvd & Audio CD Player. On Screen Display

High Definition DVD & Audio CD Player. 2 Channel Stereo Output, On Screen display, Multi Angle Feature, PAL/NTSC Playback, Digital Audio Output, Subtitle feature, Remote Control, HDMI Socket, SCART Socket, Coaxial Digital Output.
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#1
looks like a bargain :thumbsup:
#2
good deal, but no xvid divx for those about to ask . . .

heat added though :)
#3
how do you get 13% quidco on this?
#4
alhalal
good deal, but no xvid divx for those about to ask . . .

heat added though :)


Bit of a killer that.. :?
#5
"High Definition"... hmmm. Skirting the edges of legality is that description.

Don't expect it to give you a better picture than your TV does already.
[mod]#6
2manyjds
how do you get 13% quidco on this?


Sorry, my mistake. 13% Quidco only on fashion items. I've ammended title
#7
pibpob
"High Definition"... hmmm. Skirting the edges of legality is that description.

Don't expect it to give you a better picture than your TV does already.


A digital, progressive signal through HDMI probably gives a better picture than the analogue, interlaced signal through SCART, even if your TV has very good upscaling capabilities.

I'd agree that it's HD and it's a DVD player, and the description's only fault is sounding similar to the dead format HDDVD. People buying this will probably be satisfied with playing their DVD collection upscaled to HD.
#8
aahhaa
A digital, progressive signal through HDMI probably gives a better picture than the analogue, interlaced signal through SCART, even if your TV has very good upscaling capabilities.


upscaling and deinterlacing are two different things. In regards to the 'upscaling' capabilities of this player, you'd proabably be best off outputting 576p and let the TV do the work to its native resolution.
#9
sideysid
upscaling and deinterlacing are two different things. In regards to the 'upscaling' capabilities of this player, you'd proabably be best off outputting 576p and let the TV do the work to its native resolution.


True but it's probably better for the DVD player itself to work out a progressive signal from the DVD data, than to send it interlaced and then deinterlace it.

Upscaling could be done equally well by either the TV or DVD player. A lot of TVs do it badly, a cheap DVD player might or might not do it better. My old, cheap LCD TV looks a lot better with my V+ box and cheap upscaling DVD player. I'd still want an HDMI connection on the DVD player to get the 576p (or 480p) for the TV to upscale though, rather than SCART, so I need a "HD upscaling" DVD player to get the HDMI connection even if I don't want it to do the actual HD or upscaling!
#10
aahhaa
True but it's probably better for the DVD player itself to work out a progressive signal from the DVD data, than to send it interlaced and then deinterlace it.

Upscaling could be done equally well by either the TV or DVD player. A lot of TVs do it badly, a cheap DVD player might or might not do it better. My old, cheap LCD TV looks a lot better with my V+ box and cheap upscaling DVD player. I'd still want an HDMI connection on the DVD player to get the 576p (or 480p) for the TV to upscale though, rather than SCART, so I need a "HD upscaling" DVD player to get the HDMI connection even if I don't want it to do the actual HD or upscaling!


My new Samsung DVD player with HDMI does a really poor job at deinterlacing a 576p picture -suffers from bad jagged appearances on motion. My Sony LCD TV does a far better job when fed an interlaced 576i feed. I suppose it depends on the kit.
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#12
my local Lidl still has stock of their HDMI DVD player at £22.90 (might be £19.99) as the sign is still up.. and it does do xvid/divx (and even comes with a copy of Nero (Essentials). At the price point of this bush, it should have mpeg4 support.
#13
michaeln
My new Samsung DVD player with HDMI does a really poor job at deinterlacing a 576p picture -suffers from bad jagged appearances on motion. My Sony LCD TV does a far better job when fed an interlaced 576i feed. I suppose it depends on the kit.


Depends very much on the source DVD as well. A lot of PAL films are already progressive on the disc and should have no processing done at all, a lot of NTSC films are just 3:2 pulldown.... and a lot of stuff, especially TV stuff, is a terrible mixture of all sorts of interlacing effects that are very difficult to process even spending hours doing it on a computer, so I have no faith in any hardware that claims to do it automatically!

But if you're as obsessive about this stuff as me I guess you need to stick to blu-ray rather than a £23 DVD player :whistling:
#14
I've gota Bush DVD. Really poor quality - my old Super VHS was better. Real false economy buying these cheapo brands - better to look for a Toshiba at £50in my opinion.
#15
I bought one of these last week, it was on special at c-discount then too. I'm please with the picture quality, the unit isn't the best looking, but it is a cabinet so I don't care too much about this. It is multi region out of the box, so no messing about with codes, opening and closing the drawer etc. One small point, but worth knowing is that it has an off switch, where the unit can be switched off and doesn't consume electricity when not in use - something sadly missing from most modern consumer electronics IMHO.
#16
JonCollett;5233926
One small point, but worth knowing is that it has an off switch, where the unit can be switched off and doesn't consume electricity when not in use - something sadly missing from most modern consumer electronics IMHO.
Good point. It's strange though - cheapo DVD players often seem to have real switches, unlike cheapo everything else!
#17
Good price but no DivX/XVid playback capability is a deal-killer.
#18
Just recieved mine and the remote isn't working :x
#19
Robot1000

Please give us call on 0845 688 6060 so we can resolve for you

Kind regards

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#20
cdiscount_uk
Robot1000

Please give us call on 0845 688 6060 so we can resolve for you

Kind regards

Customer services

I received a call from one of your agents roughly 30 minutes after entering the returns info online, who reassured me it is a known fault and they'll be sending me out a replacement remote.

Would you be able to inform me when you'll be getting hold of these replacements?

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