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Xenta Full HD MKV Media Player also suports H.264, Divx, ISO and Much More £49.99 plus free shipping @ ebuyer
Xenta Full HD MKV Media Player also suports H.264, Divx, ISO and Much More £49.99 plus free shipping @ ebuyer

Xenta Full HD MKV Media Player also suports H.264, Divx, ISO and Much More £49.99 plus free shipping @ ebuyer

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Enjoy a complete media experience with the feature-rich xenta Full HD MKV Media Player. With full 1080p high definition (24 fps), Compatible with the latest media formats such as H.264, WMV, MKV, MP3, AC3 (Dolby Digital Encoding), WAV, WMA, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (AVI/VOB), MPEG-4 (AVI/DiVX /XViD) and JPEG. you can just plug and play with USB storage devices and play your favorite media files directly to a TV via HDMI or composite port. The player adaptor also has a card reader which supports SD/MS/MMC and SDHC cards.


Main Chip - Realtek RTD 1073DD
Input Sockets - Card Reader: SDHC / MMC / MS 1 x USB 2.0 OTG Slot
Video Formats - Video Codecs:MKV, MOV, MP4, TS, AVI, MPG, VOB, WMV, DAT, TP, FLC, RM, RMVB Full HD decoding: H.264, VC-1/WMV, MPEG/2/4, HD Divx / Xvid, FLV (flash animation), RM / RMVB
Video Features: VIDEO 1.0Vp-p (75Ω load) Y: 1.0Vp-p PB / PR: 0.7Vp-p
Audio Formats Audio Codecs: MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, AAC, FLAC
Audio Pass-through: DTS, DTS-HD, DOLBY, DOLBY HD
Audio features: Audio Output Level (V): 2.00 +0.0 / -1.0 Audio SNR (dB): ≥ 70 Audio Distortion + Noise (dB): ≤ 65
Picture Formats - JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
AV In/Out - Video: HDMI 1.3 (up to 1080P), RCA
Audio: RCA
Storage File System - FAT32, NTFS
Text Subtitles: SMI, SRT
OSD Language - English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Italian and more
Power Specifications - Internal Power: 12V / 1.5A AC Adapter: 100~240V
Dimensions&Weight - 122 x 102 x 26.5 mm, 175g
Package Includes - RCA L100 Player, RCA AV Cables, Remote Control, AC Adapter, Manual

7 Comments

the cheap xenta was a competitor to the sumvision micro
i assume this is the same as sumvision micro 2 (eyes are glazing over full specs atm so cant tell) which is alot cheaper atm or is this better? (sumvision is 32quid at scan though not as sleek as this in terms of looks)
certainly looks better than the hideous 20quid jobbie but could be nicer

the 1920 1280 graphic on box looks stupid though, why not just say 1080p rather than refer to 1080p and 720p in an odd way?
Edited by: "brilly" 14th Dec 2010

Same as above, I think the Micro 2 does everything and is a lot cheaper at first glance:
£32 - scan.co.uk/pro…usb
Edited by: "jazzy639" 14th Dec 2010

So which one has the better remote?

Ninja edit: Looks like the Xenta has the better remote. The sumvision one is pretty pants.
Edited by: "Grimulus" 14th Dec 2010

£20 more expensive than Micro 2, not voting cold but I rather have that.

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jalaldevil

£20 more expensive than Micro 2, not voting cold but I rather have that.




I would like a Micro 2, can you give the link to where are they selling it for 29.99 with free shipping please?

If you want a micro 2, you can find it for £32 (£18 cheaper than the product you posted) by referring to reply number 2 on this page. Cheaper than the one you posted, and it's the one you say you want. Must be Christmas for you.


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Edited by: "Lakeside" 14th Dec 2010

Original Poster

Ok thanks for your help.
I would like a Micro 2, but Scan have no stock, plus it isn't 32 quid as there is 3.99 plus VAT shipping because I don't have 20 posts in the AVForums.
I thought I'd missed a blinding deal on the Micro 2 at £29.99.

I post deals just in case someone is interested in that particular item, not because I necessarily want one or think that it is the best product.
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