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Jvc DD3 Home Cinema System £199 @ Empire Direct
Jvc DD3 Home Cinema System £199 @ Empire Direct

Jvc DD3 Home Cinema System £199 @ Empire Direct

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JVC DD3 was £699 now £199 and Use voucher code EM4646 (Username edsave) for this price of £179

* DLNA CERTIFIED(TM) Network Media Player
* Original Front Surround Technology
* Direct Drive Front/Centre Surround Speakers
* Designed to match Flat Panel Displays
* USB
Host
* HDMI
Digital Output with Video Signal Conversion to 720p
* Wall-Mountable Direct Drive Front Speakers
* Digital Direct Progressive Scan
Output
* Clear Voice Function
* 16cm Slim Powered subwoofer
* Sources: LAN, USB, Disc, Tuner
* Plays DVD-Video, DVD-RW/-R/+RW/+R, JPEG, MP3, WMA, WAV (PCM), AC3, MPEG-1/2, MPEG-4 ASF, MS MP4 v3, and DivX
* Dolby Digital/DTS/Dolby Pro Logic II Decoders
* 220W Total Power
* Progressive Scan
Output
* USB
Host (2.0 Full-Speed)
* Component Video
Output

8 Comments

What's so good about this? A DVD player for £200?

Original Poster

Its not a dvd player it is a very good Home Cinema system with a lot of very good features

What can it do?

Doesn't seem too good - gizmodo.com/gad…php

XBMC can do all this with a cheap set of speakers...

http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/images/products/250/JVC/DD3.jpg

Its a Network media player as well, so will play tv episodes, mp3, films in divx etc from your PC or some other upnp DLNA server.

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Its a Network media player as well, so will play tv episodes, mp3, films … Its a Network media player as well, so will play tv episodes, mp3, films in divx etc from your PC or some other upnp DLNA server.



So can XBMC and that'll only cost £30! Flash it to NTSC and it'll output 1080i and use the advanced cable and you'll get 5.1 surround sound...

Don't understand why this is worth nearly £200...

I guess this device got different market in sight. The XBMC installation is tricky for lots of peoplel Xbox is noisy (yes, I am talking about 1st-gen one) compared to HiFi; not everyone possesses enough computer knowledge to hack it at to install XBMC as dashboard; no Power On/Off button on remote; configuration of sources isn't easy.
This device is sort of plug-n-play design. Install software (since when Cyberlink making decent UPnP AV servers??? TVersity is by far superior) and voila - everything is done for you.


Voted hot BTW.
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