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LG DP132 DVD Player - £21.99 @ Argos / eBay
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LG DP132 DVD Player - £21.99 @ Argos / eBay

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The LG DP132 DVD Player is ideal for those who love to watch entertainment in the clearest, crispest way. Enjoy video and audio from multiple formats like DVD, JPEG, CD or MP3 and directly extract audio tracks from CDs & transfer them to a USB device. Relive your memories on the big screen by viewing family photos, videos and listening to music from USB storage devices.

General Information:

  • Remote control - requires 1 x AAA (included).
  • Size H20.3, W25, D3.75cm.
  • Weight 0.9kg.
DVD player.

  • Upscales to 720p.
  • Playback compatibility DVD.
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Elbandito20/04/2020 12:08

do people still use these :D?


Is that a record in your profile pic?
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do people still use these :D?
Probably better to get a cheap Blu-ray player than a DVD player.
DVD, clearest and crispest? On a HD screen? 4k? It's less likely than you think

I hate this advertisement lingo
Elbandito20/04/2020 12:08

do people still use these :D?


Is that a record in your profile pic?
chitychatty20/04/2020 12:27

Is that a record in your profile pic?


In all fairness, I would dare saying that devices capable of playing records are more frequently used than dedicated dvd players :P
Who needs this? Have got one lying in garage for last few years
A DVD player just use the Games console
Optical Meida, how quaint.
AJ9220/04/2020 12:58

A DVD player just use the Games console


Probably people who buy this are people with no money, or the older generation, they will not have a games console.
I would be surprised if people still have a need for dvd considering for a few pounds more you can have a blueray player, as this can upscale to 720 I expect the output is at least hdmi? So yer cheap at this price but I would argue for longevity it's a more sound investment of getting a blueray.
Clear and crisp with no HDMI
May be an ok cheap CD player
I can't believe Blu Ray players never really 'caught on' in the same style DVD did. I mean, they've been available for 17 years and manufacturers are still producing DVD players
crhap8420/04/2020 14:22

I can't believe Blu Ray players never really 'caught on' in the same style …I can't believe Blu Ray players never really 'caught on' in the same style DVD did. I mean, they've been available for 17 years and manufacturers are still producing DVD players


Let alone 4k blueray players. Still, at least we have streaming for 4k sources and not just sky!
I have a 4k player, and if your picky with quality it's very much more higher quality over Netflix 4k, especially at the moment with netflix's reduced bit rate.
mikewadkins3520/04/2020 14:15

Clear and crisp with no HDMI



Just looked at the manual and it's composite to scart. The main issue I have with that is most modern tvs of the last 15 years or so won't have scart, so be weary before buying incase you don't have a scart / composite input!
Blofse20/04/2020 14:46

Just looked at the manual and it's composite to scart. The main issue I …Just looked at the manual and it's composite to scart. The main issue I have with that is most modern tvs of the last 15 years or so won't have scart, so be weary before buying incase you don't have a scart / composite input!


One of my 3 4k sets still has scart
Will these play divx , mp4 etc?
crhap8420/04/2020 14:22

I can't believe Blu Ray players never really 'caught on' in the same style …I can't believe Blu Ray players never really 'caught on' in the same style DVD did. I mean, they've been available for 17 years and manufacturers are still producing DVD players


The first discs came out in 2006, not quite 14 years ago.
does it come with a shot of penecillin?
Blofse20/04/2020 14:46

Just looked at the manual and it's composite to scart. The main issue I …Just looked at the manual and it's composite to scart. The main issue I have with that is most modern tvs of the last 15 years or so won't have scart, so be weary before buying incase you don't have a scart / composite input!



Even if you don't, don't TVs still accept the 3 composite cables (2 audio, 1 picture) into 3 of the 5 component sockets?
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