Umax Yamada HTV-200XU Micro Home Theatre System £125 - HotUKDeals
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Was looking about SVP and I came across this, I've never really seen anything like it before and thought it make be great for students with tiny rooms or presents for kids etc.
Its a micro-sized music/home theatre system with a built in 7" LCD display which includes DVB-television and radio. Plays DVDs including DivX and all DVD/CD formats. Apparently 30W RMS which is decent output for its size.
Price as listed is £128.49, which works out £124.35 delivered after Google-checkout discount.

DVB-T tuner for digital Freeview TV * Analogue TV tuner * FM radio * IR remote control

DivX compatible DVD player * 2x 30W stereo speakers * Front USB input (music or JPEG files)
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#1
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[SIZE="2"][FONT="Arial"]Specifications:
DVD Player:
- TV system: NTSC / PAL
- Compatible discs: DVD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW
- Resolution ratio: Greater than 500 lines
- S/N ratio: Video: 65dB, Audio: 95dB
- Frequency response: 4 - 44,000 Hz

FM Tuner:
- Tuning range: 87.5 - 108MHz
- S/N ratio: > 46dB

ATV Tuner:
- Input frequency:
+ VHF: 48.25 ~ 426.5 MHz
+ UHF: 426.5 ~ 863.25 Mhz

Connectivity:
- Composite video, component video, S-Video, SCART, stereo audio, coaxial digital audio, FM antenna, headphones, USB

Dimensions (W x D x H):
- Main unit: 195 x 266 x 215mm
- Speakers: 150 x 225 x 170mm

Included Accessories:
- Manual, remote control, aerial, AV cable, batteries (for remote), speaker cables[/FONT][/SIZE]
#2
This looks great for the kitchen or beside a desk etc.

I haven't got enough spare cash, But Would love to get something like this, brilliant!

Edit its got Divx playback and a USB, Should keep a few people happy!
#3
Wish I had the spare cash too, would be great for kitchen. Mind you, 7" is tiny really to watch TV or DVDs on long term...
#4
jah128
Wish I had the spare cash too, would be great for kitchen. Mind you, 7" is tiny really to watch TV or DVDs on long term...


Some people watch TV on their mobiles on 1.5inch screens or 2.5inch Mp4 players etc.

It would be better a bit bigger (say 11" or 12") but then that would ruin the neatness of it.
#5
Good point. I had a 6 foot square room when I was an undergrad student, this would have been great then! Thankfully, my room is now a good 7 foot square so I have plenty of space :-D
#6
I really hate type of deal - I have no real need for this but I'm soooo tempted! Even though the TV section isn't huge I'm thinking it would be cool to run something like Jeff Wayne's World of the Worlds or Animusic, something a little more than just a stereo system.

Must resist!

John
#7
If only this had AM radio aswell.
1 Like #8
spend a bit more and get a very cheap laptop
new ones should be able to be had sub £250

alternatively at around this price you should be able to get a pentium 3 laptop second hand which would have a 14" screen and far more functions
#9
I think all Analogue tuner TVs will get much cheaper over next year or two because of digital, so this side of this TV will need a digital box, but have a USB and other input ports is great and outways this disadvantage.
#10
Predikuesi
I think all Analogue tuner TVs will get much cheaper over next year or two because of digital, so this side of this TV will need a digital box, but have a USB and other input ports is great and outways this disadvantage.


but this has a digital tuner.....
#11
someperson
If only this had AM radio aswell.


and betamax?
#12
I wonder how the DVB-T radio would work on this, as it could replace a DAB radio
#13
I wonder how the DVB-T radio would work on this, as it could replace a DAB radio


I think it will probably do it quite well, I have had good experiences with Yamada in the past
#14
great connectivity. voted hot.
#15
Does anyone know if this has a clock function?
#16
Sorry Baz, can't seem to find a manual anywhere and can't find this info out - its only seems to be on the German Yamada shop site at the moment. There is always time available text on DVB!

Also, re: lack of AM - only thing I'd miss off AM is TMS on Radio 4 (which is thankfully available on DVB on FiveLive SportsExtra!)
#17
Unfortunately I want it to replace the micro Hi-Fi I have in the bedroom which I use as an alarm clock. So without a clock/alarm feature it is no good to me :(
#18
You could always by a small separate alarm clock? (Means you wouldn't need the system on stand by, So you'll save a bit of cash!)
#19
Iom-RF
Some people watch TV on their mobiles on 1.5inch screens or 2.5inch Mp4 players etc.

It would be better a bit bigger (say 11" or 12") but then that would ruin the neatness of it.


... and the low price!!!
#20
Is a pity really, a clock and alarm would really round this unit off. Has anyone got one to confirm either way (and give some feedback on it)?

Seems quite a novel idea to me - I guess they have taken the circuitry and display from one of their portable DVD players, added the circuit from one of there DVB-T receiveres, then an analogue TV and FM radio and finally a 30W stereo amplifier. So when you break it up you could I guess get all these bits for around the same price but then they are not all bundled up into one neat package.
#21
Some more info here

http://digital-lifestyles.info/2007/04/23/yamada-htv-200xu-all-in-one-entertainment-system/

according to this article it can rip CDs too.
#22
Lots of other previews on the web also, most say the same stuff:
http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Yamada+HTV-200XU

Haven't seen any real reviews which is a pity, but then its quite a new product.
#23
That's a brilliant looking bit of kit, especially at that price, damn I wish I had the money for one. Voted hot.
#24
could not help myself dont need it but just bought it. HoT
suspended#25
dc2447
and betamax?


and while were on ruined sony formats, lets have blu ray, minidisc and sll the other hopeless things they mk (their only gd product is TVs and home theaters)
#26
I thought that you needed a rooftop aerial to get freeview reception properly.

Cos I can't imagine this cutesy system being hooked up to a beast of an aerial!

I'm sorely tempted but have no proper rooftop aerial.
#27
voted hot ordered.
Excellent for the kitchen, can wach freeview and sky from 2nd uhf out.
freeview rad will be excellent as well.
good all in 1.
#28
u reckon u could actually connect this to a proper tv?!!
#29
benwoodcock
and while were on ruined sony formats, lets have blu ray, minidisc and sll the other hopeless things they mk (their only gd product is TVs and home theaters)


Or have a system that plays every format

http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
#30
dc2447
and betamax?
:-D cracker
#31
hhhhbk
spend a bit more and get a very cheap laptop
new ones should be able to be had sub £250

alternatively at around this price you should be able to get a pentium 3 laptop second hand which would have a 14" screen and far more functions


Thanks for saving me from myself, these gadgets are so tempting but a quick check as to what i already own saves me from wasting money on gadgets that ultimately end up on E Bay.
#32
someone that has ordered one.... can you tell me if you need the screen on for the digital radio and if it has an alarm.... also how good the sound quality is in terms of bass, treble etc.... does it look good or does it seem a little big in terms of overal dimensions, i.e. the speakers as well.... and not forgetting if the reception is any good... for example my sony tv does not pickup as many digital channels as another tv i got in the house even though they are both on the same aerial/booster.... thanks...
#33
Anyone recieved one of these yet? Whats the verdict? I'm teetering on the edge of getting one even though i have nowhere to put it or any use for it lol :)
#34
same here would like to know... as my dab radio needs to go back cos it keeps overheating.... and they don't sell it anymore so getting a refund....
#35
Thanks, gotta persuade pops to get this for the kitchen, keep him away from radio 4!
#36
bump... anyone had one?
google checkout discount runs out soon and i'm still dithering! lol :)
#37
bump

Someone must have one:-)
Any comments on screen quality and sound quality with the included speakers?
#38
ctdctd
bump

Someone must have one:-)
Any comments on screen quality and sound quality with the included speakers?

so tempted but so dont need it!!! :whistling:
1 Like #39
OK, I ordered one for the kitchen and have had a very quick play. Only 2 minutes to be honest.

I'll give you a short and unproven report: It's ace. Can't believe how it can be this cheap. The sound is probably the most impressive aspect, seriously good quality. The screen is impressive, colourful and bright. A little bit pixelated when upclose but still very good.

The unit is light but looks better in real life than in the pictures. It looks like it should cost more like £500 than £125.

Not tried CDs or the TV function, just 30 seconds of a DVD but I can recommend it just from that brief time.

Hope this helps :)
#40
rhaleuk
I'll give you a short and unproven report: It's ace. Can't believe how it can be this cheap.


Now that's not what my visa card wanted to hear!! :)

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