Xenta HDMI DVD Player 1080P Upscale £23.99 at Ebuyer
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Xenta HDMI DVD Player 1080P Upscale £23.99 at Ebuyer

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Found 12th Nov 2009
HDMI output with 1080p upscaling means best picture quality transferring high definition video and audio from your Xenta DVD player to your HD compliant TV Home Theatre or other digital AV components without loss of any digital signal quality.

Specifications

Playability:

* DVD - DVD+/-R
* DVD+/-RW
* CD R - CD RW
* CD AUDIO/VIDEO
* JPEG
* HDCD
* SVCD
* Kodak Picture
* Divx 4.0, 5.0, 6.0
* XVID
* MP3
* MPEG-4

Output Connections:

* HDMI Digital Audio/video
* SCART
* Coaxial

Input Connections:

* USB 2.0

Audio:

* PCM, Dolby digital (AC3)

OSD

* Languages - English/French/Spanish/Germany

Other Specifications:

* Remote control included
* 4:3 / 16:9 Video format
* REGION 0 (Free)
* PAL/NTSC video Standard
* Multi-language menu
* Dolby Digital AC3
* 3 level zoom
* Multi-angle function
* Repeat function
* Progressive Scan
* Parental Lock-up function

*** £28.78 with delivery ***
- wombat6025

6 Comments

£28.78 with delivery

Free delivery if your order is over £50...

This other DivX DVD Player is £15 if you don't need USB & HDMI output:

ebuyer.com/pro…913

Original Poster

quidditys_shore;6864487

£28.78 with delivery



Free delivery if you spend over £50, handy if you have something else to get.

If you have a Lidl nearby, check to see if they have their recent offer still @ £29.99 then you won't have to wait in for it to be delivered, and it is well specced, with HDMI cable included. In Black and Silver too. As well as Coax for saound, it has optical Toslink & 5.1 phono connections
Takes SD and USB for DivX/Xvid (but unfortunately not USB Hard disks!)

Who??

"HDMI output with 1080p upscaling means best picture quality transferring high definition video and audio from your Xenta DVD player to your HD compliant TV Home Theatre or other digital AV components without loss of any digital signal quality."

Rubbish.

It's not transferring HD video and certainly not HD audio, it's transferring an upscaled picture and the same lossy audio that you can get using an optical lead.

It's false crap like that that makes people wonder what the big deal is with HD video.

Equally, Region 0 doesn't mean region free, they are two different things. To find out the difference, try playing an RCE region 1 DVD in a region 0 player instead of a true multi-region player (hint - it doesn't work).
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