Sumvision Phoenix HDMI Upscaling DVD / DivX Player £39.48 - HotUKDeals
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Using the latest up-scaling technology, Sumvision's Phoenix HDMI DVD player can breath new life into the picture quality of your DVD movies. The Phoenix enhances both the colour and definition of the images from your DVDs and pictures on a High Definition (HD) display.

Added features of the Phoenix player includes a built-in SD/MS/MMC memory card slot, meaning you can display pictures and videos stored on your card straight onto your TV via the Phoenix. It also houses a USB2.0 slot so you can transfer and display picture and video files from stored on a USB pen drive onto your TV.

Features Playback media supported:
DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, CD Audio, CD Video, MPEG4, MP3, JPEG, XviD, DivX
HDMI, component video, S-Video, SCART, 5.1 channel audio, stereo audio, coaxial digital audio, optical digital audio, USB2.0, SD/MMC, Memory Stick

Function keys:
3 level zoom, multi-angle, repeat, 16x fast forward
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Hello k2rej, and welcome to HUKD. I'll update the above post to show an image and delivery...
Good post and good price.

User reviews are positive for this player, here:

Information is otherwise thin on the ground.

One might also want to consider this:

As it's the same price and has rock-solid reviews.

Personally I would give the Sumvision a wide wide berth and go for the Philips.

Here is a thread were I reported my experiences of the Sumvision

AV Forum)

I ended up buying the Philips 5960 and it does all I wanted it to

If you decide on the Sumvision, buy it somewhere where it is handy to take it back, incase you have problems like I did.
Whats the difference between 5960 and 5980 other than 1080p?
Whats the difference between 5960 and 5980 other than 1080p?

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