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For less than £25 a DVD player with a USB interface that will allow you to play films straight from your USB storage device.

This lightweight and compact DVD player is capable of playing AVI, DivX, XVid and many other file types through USB or via a disc.

This comapct DVD player is suitable for home use, perfect for young people in student residential accommodation or feel home from home on your caravanning holiday.

The SCART, S-Video and other outputs make this compact DVD compatible with all TVs and displays

Slim and small multi-function DVD player with MPEG4 AVI playback
Plays compressed (DivX, XVid etc) video through USB or disc
SCART, Component, S-Video and Composite Video outputs
Progressive scan and RGB through SCART
Coaxial digital audio output
Slimline full-function remote control included
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I have one of these players and can't fault it.

It plays anything I throw at it, mainly avi and divx files but is also a REGION FREE player.

Excellent value for money. :-)
coming up £29.99 for me. Could do with some of these though
coming up £29.99 for me. Could do with some of these though

Looks like the product is listed twice atonce at £24.99 and then again at £29.99
For 29.99, Argos do a Toshiba SD-190 which is remote hackable, or an LG which is CD image hackable. No USB on either, though, FWIW.
The thirty quid one seems to be without USB... :|

Voted hot, btw.
i find it strange that MAPLIN offer any good deals.

All there stuff is well inflated. :?

I can always get the same thing cheaper elsewhere. :thumbsup:
The thirty quid one seems to be without USB... :|

Voted hot, btw.

Ah cheers.
Been having problems finding any under £30 for ages
Pls try to include price & retailers name in the title, thanks :)
Cheers for this good offer and ore details as the link does not take you to the product:
Frequently Asked Questions
Q- can i use the USB to connect it to my computer and use it as a External DVD player for the pc - Adam Ford
Answer- No sorry this product does not support that.
Q- is this dvd player multi region? - Gary
Answer- Te unit can be made multi region by doing the following. 1: Press "Setup" 2:Press "Volume+/-" twice till the display appears digit "255" 3: Press "<>"to change the region setting.
Q- does this product a32jc com with remote control and will it play avi files from a usb - mr singh
Answer- Yes the product does support that.
Q- Will this unit play a series of jpegs as a slide show directly from a USB stick? - Jamie
Answer- Yes the product does support that.
Q- Will the USB on this DVD player play films from a 250GB external drive ? - Byron
Answer- The USB port is intedned for small USB thumb drives so could not be guaranteed to support mass storage external hard drives i am afraid.
Q- Is there anyway to reset the player to scart output (from say component) without being able to see the menus on screen? - Jeff
Answer- Not that we can think of unfortunately i am afraid.
Q- Mini MPEG4 DVD Player with USB - I assume this player will play CD's (including CD-r etc)? but will it play pre-recorded surround sound 5:1 DVDs correctly to a surround sound system using the digital co-ax connection? - ALAN
Answer- Yes the product does support that.
Q- What types of DVD can this play? Can it play +R and +RW discs that have been finalised on another recorder? - john mclaren
Answer- Yes the product does support that.
Q- Could you clarify how to make this unit multi-region, these are the instructions listed earlier, they do not work. 1: Press "Setup" 2:Press "Volume+/-" twice till the display appears digit "255" 3: Press "<>"to change the region setting. - Christine
Answer- No sorry this product does not support that.
Q- does this play divx encoded files - john
Answer- Yes the product does support that.
Many apologies, eager to put my 1st post up. All advice noted anyway
there was one i seen the other day for the same price and had hdmi, big pockets i think
I saw the one with HDMI but it was up for £49.99
Got one and it is playing the files from two different usb sticks fine.
it wouldnt recognise a divx file on an SD card in an usb adapter, I assume because it isnt strictly a USB stick?

Quite good quality,pleasantly surprised
I found it played fine from my 2Gb USB stick but wouldn't recognise my 16Gb USB stick. Seeing as most films come in at around 700Mb no worries.
It might be that it just takes a while to recognise the 16gb stick, bud.
I don't have this particular player, but I have a 4gb and a 16gb that I use fairly regularly, and when I put the 16gb flash into a player it takes a long while to bring up the menu. Once it's running it's fine - but the wait for the menu to come up means I tend to use the smaller stick most of the time.

Not sure why it won't recognise a card in a USB converter. I'm sure it should do, though I've never actually tried doing that with mine.
I have this player, plays pretty much everything, DIVX 3,4,5,6 XVID e.t.c.
Also will read external Hard drives, but must be formatted to FAT32. I have a 500GB USB drive with a 50GB partition that it reads just fine and it doesn't take long to load up all 25 movies on it at all. It also reads subs in SRT,SMI, TEXT format.

The only annoyances I have are the remote IR field is rather narrow, so you have to basically point it straight at the box, the autoplay is well annoying as it goes straight to playing the first file as soon as it had read the medium inserted and have to press RETURN to get to the menu.

Also it has a GOTO key to swap USB and disc, however it won't do this for AVI movies. The manual tells you to remove the disc to read a USB with AVI's or go to the setup menu. However there is a work around:
when the movie or whatever starts to play, press the program key then press the GOTO key to swap between USB and disc.

Playback is a litle stuttery when there is lateral movement across the screen, this can be mostly overcome by selecting PAL60 in the setup menu.
Also the zoom function is pretty rubbish and leaves an annoying onscreen message in the top left corner. (why all cheap DVD players do this I don't know?)

You can't tell whether the unit is on or off as there is no indictor on the box when switched off/on via the remote.

Apart from that it is a pretty decent player and well worth the £25, plays everything in very good quality, has loads of outputs and is a neat and quiet unit.

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