Pioneer DV-400V-S (Silver) 1080P DivX/JPEG/SVCD/VCD/MP3/ + Front USB port DVD Player inc HDMI Output £52.82 Delivered @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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High definition DVD player
The DV-400V-S is a DVD player that does exactly what youd expect, plus that little bit extra
The player has an HDMI output with 1080p upscaling, ensuring that what you see is of the highest possible quality, regardless of the source.
The 400V also has a USB front-in host, which means that you can also play content on your USB audio player or memory stick. You can even play digital photographs whilst simultaneously listening to music.
This player is also available in black.
Main Features DV-400V-S
Plays DVD-Video, DVD-R/-R, DL/-RW, DVD+R/+R, DL/+RW
DivX, WMV movie files
MP3, WMA music files
JPEG photo's
Terminals 1 x HDMI output, 1 x USB (front-in), 1 x Euro-SCART, 1 x Component out, Coaxial out
DivX Video Playback Yes
Dimensions (W x H x D) 420 x 49.5 x 215 mm
Weight 1.8 kg
Power Consumption (in use/standby) 11W / 0.8 Watt
Playback DV-400V-S
Playback Discs DVD-Video, DVD-R/-R, DL/-RW, DVD+R/+R, DL/+RW
MP3 Yes
JPEG Playback Yes
JPEG + MP3/WMA simultaneous Play Yes
DivX Profile Type Home Theater
Advanced Disc Navigator with moving thumbnails Yes
Audio Features DV-400V-S
96 kHz/24-bit D/A Converter Yes
DSP Modes Rock, Pop, Live, Dance, Techno, Classic, Default
Dynamic Range Control Yes
Virtual Surround Yes
Dialogue Yes
Total Harmonic Distortion 0,0065%
Frequency Response 4 Hz t0 44 k Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 115 dB
Dynamic Range 88 dB
Video Features DV-400V-S
PureCinema Progressive Scan: PAL/NTSC Yes
Video Signal D/A Converter 108MHz / 12-bit
I/P Simultaneous Output Yes
Video Adjust Yes
Terminals DV-400V-S
Input Terminals 1 x USB (front-in)

Output Terminals 1 x HDMI (scaling to 1080p), 1 x component video, 1 x RGB Euro-SCART, 1 x coaxial, 1 x S-video
Miscellaneous DV-400V-S
Remote Control Unit Yes
Auto Power-Off Yes
Power Requirements AC 220 - 240V, 50/60 Hz
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Has this got an induction hob?
Has it got a convection hob?

lol... they only gave it a silver medal...
Looks good, like the usb port
It gets some pretty good reviews - I'm very tempted.
It looks like making it multi-region is not simple....
... but then how many region 1 divX will you be playing? :whistling:
does it play xvid?
Ah. Good reminder!!!! Not sure if Id want to lose my 130 Region one discs!!!!!! Having said that, I think Ive a few multi-region players around the house and an HTPC that can cope!!!:whistling:

You might be able to find a hack remote for it Genuine Copies sell them for about £10 - but don't seem to list this model.
Also in black
Might get the black one to match my Pioneer plasma , but think the silver one looks better :/

Home Cinema review , it beat all the others , voted hot.

the Pioneer DV400-V. This
deck has it all – stunning upscaled
1080p pictures, superb sound,
refi ned looks and a top-drawer
feature list. Put quite simply, it’s the
entry-level deck to beat in 2007
1 Like #13
Multi-region is easy on this by upgrading the firmware and then following (simple) instructions:
I'd take a Pioneer over a Philips all day long. Excellent price for an excellent product. If you are in the market for a DVD player, what more could you ask for? Voted Hot.
Xvid is the same as Divx, all players that state Divx will play Xvid.
Multi-region is easy on this by upgrading the firmware and then following (simple) instructions:

I work in IT and this doesn't fit my definition of easy :-)
I work in IT and this doesn't fit my definition of easy :-)

You burn the firmware to a CD, stick it in the player, let it upgrade. Then press and hold a button on the remote to make it multi-region. I know it might look a little complicated, but I've done it quickly and easily on my last two Pioneers. I've know other people who've managed to do it successfully as well.
I work in IT and this doesn't fit my definition of easy :-) your job well paid? lol...burning a firmware file to cd i think i could manage quite easy myself. Building a IR to use a programmable remote is not necessary.
I work in IT and this doesn't fit my definition of easy :-)

It doesn't seem that hard, and there are plenty of instructions online. Configuring your router for the first time however is not easy.
gone up to £82 now........ boo!
NEWBIE first post, so go easy pleasssssssssssse...

bought this 2months ago, would recommend it. Played .avi,divx,multi regional dvd movies from a usb stick & SD card and works a treat.

Mini MPEG4 HDMI DVD Player with USB and Card Reader - £49.99
Chester Tay
gone up to £82 now........ boo!

er, absolutely not
but subsequently has expired after Scan played cat and mouse with links.
Why was it expired ? and can you undo this please.This is clearly still in stock and you can buy it for £52.82.
Most definitely not expired, I just bought one for the lower price! Just had to scroll down the today only deals to find it.
Nice voted hot
Why was it expired ? and can you undo this please.This is clearly still in stock and you can buy it for £52.82.

dunno who expired it, but punters could be confused if they look at the product detail page cos that quotes the higher price.
has subsequently expired after Scan played cat amd mouse with the links.
Great deal. Cheers Sale!

Be with me on Tuesday. Sweet!

Heat added.
Hardly simple if you dont have the right equipement!!!

Agreed think ill wait for a similar deal with an easier multi-region hack!
from that linked 'salesmans review'

"Engaging upscaling sees a slight effect, but nothing especially dramatic. Remember that an HD Ready TV may well already upscale a non-HD image better than a budget DVD player anyway, so a bit of 'compare and contrast' will help you to decide which is the better of the two."

Useful if you dont have a DVD player or just want the Dv X features.
I recall Asda had the Dual DDVDH1 DVD player at ASDA for £20. Quite a few clones of the Asda one can supposedly be found at £25. Sounds like they wont have as good a picture as the Pioneer.

edit - extra info in post below but re dv-600
from that linked 'salesmans review'

From the top description it would appear that it does not play movies via the USB port!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thats my reading of it and many wont!!!!!!!!!!

I have the dv-600 (the next model up, but almost identical to this). I can confirm that it does indeed play divX (very nicely) from the USB port.
Why anyone who is serious about their movies (...and if you're after an upscaling to 1080p via HDMI I'd say that was fairly serious) would buy a non multi-region machine is beyond me!

...icy cold!! :?
It's not difficult to make this multi region if you are PC savvy.

You have two choices - either flash it with a new firmware via a burnt CD or fire some remote codes at it using a programmable remote (like a Pronto or Harmony or PC with an IRDA port). I've got the DV-600 and made it multiregion by using the remote method and it works perfectly.

All the info you need is here....
Nice one.

Heat added...
Never had any HD stuff before..........would this be a good choice to go with my 37" Hanspree tv?
It has a single HDMI connection.

Also hoping to bag me one of those LG dual format drives for my pc :)

Shame Scan don't use Quidco cos I spend a fortune there....joined Quidco yesterday and am already £40 up (once credited) :)
Will this play HD DVD's ???
looked a great deal but now showing as £9999.99!! cant really justify it at that price! :w00t:
showing up as £9,999 for me :(
I have actually owned both this Pioneer player and the Samsung DVD-HD870 (, which is only £52.86, and personally I found the picture quality on the Samsung to be superior. Plus, it's played everything that I've thrown at it so the Sammy gets my vote instead :)

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