Laser Dvd Player Hdmi/Rca Composite - Avi Xvid, Usb Input Multi Region Play All
Laser Dvd Player Hdmi/Rca Composite - Avi Xvid, Usb Input Multi Region Play AllIn Stock
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Australia’s No.1* selling Multi-Region DVD Player now comes with HDMI output!
HDMI output means that the LASER DVD-008 DVD player can playback HD(720) movies in full 5.1 surround sound (assuming of course you have a HD TV and/or a Home Theatre system). If you don’t have HDMI, then you’re only going to get standard definition video and 2 channel audio (which you can still get on the HD008 if you want). The USB port can play back a variety of movie, sound and image files from a USB memory stick and USB shared drives, making this DVD player a versatile media player as well.
Purchase any LASER DVD player and receive a 6 week trial of free rentals with Quickflix, worth $39.95.
*Offer only available to Australian customers (NZ customers refer to FATSO promo).
Small Footprint DVD player
Takes up less space in your cabinet and allows more room for your tv. It may be small but it's got full performance.
Use one cable for both video and Audio, as well as high definition Video (to 720p) and Audio (5.1 AC3/Pro logic and Dolby Digital ready)
Composite video output and Left/Right Channel stereo output
The old Red/White RCA cables for 2 channel audio and yellow RCA cable for composite SD video
Plug and play, simple to setup
Out of the box, ready to go, it's so easy to use we bet you won't even read the manual!
Advanced playback function:Slow/Repeat/Screen saver/ Zoom
Easy on screen menu for settings and features
Direct track selection/On-screen display
Getting bored with the show? Skip to your favourite scene.
Supported types: AVI (Xvid, MPEG4), Divx (1-4), MP3, JPEG (and others)
All the major file formats supported, use this DVD player to playback content from a USB stick.
That's right, play any disk from any region around the world, wherever in the world it's from, this DVD player will play it!
Ideal for kids and teens - the password protected playback function guarantees piece of mind.
USB (ver 2.0 or less) input
Connect a USB Flash drive or USB Hard drive (can support most USB powered drives) - to view and play back content
Supplied with remote control
A full function remote control allows for arm chair access to your DVD player.
This Item comes with 12 month replacment Warranty
- barcode 9335432022209
- Weight(kg) 1.35
- Dimensions(mm) 285 x 60 x 180
3 key feature benefits 1: HDMI Output 2) Media Playback from disc or USB device 3: 6 week free movie rentals offer with Quickflix
- Playable Disk Types DVD: DVD-Video/DVD-R/+R /DVD-RW/+RW/SVCD/CD-R/CD-RW/CD-Audio
- USB Port (on front panel) Y
- Front panel Display (LCD) Y
- DVD Region Code All
DVD Player, Remote Control, Product Manual
- Composite Video (Yellow RCA) Y
- HDMI (Video and Audio) Y
- Stereo (Left/Right - White/Red RCA) Y
- Digital Audio (CoAx (Orange) RCA) Y
- 5.1 Channel Direct Out (RCA) N
- Ethernet Port (network RJ45) N
- USB 2.0 port Y
- Parental Lock Y
- Screen Saver Y
- Standby Power save mode Y
- ON Screen Menu Y
- Colour System PAL/NTSC/MULTI
- Full HD (1080p) picture quality N
- DVD upscaling (480 to 720 or 1080p) N/A
- 24fps True Cinema frame rate N/A
- Subtitles Y
- Last playback position memory Y
- View image & video files Y
- Aspect Ratio Select (16:9 to 4:3) Y
- Language Select Yes. Multiple languages for OSD
- Progressive Scan Playback Y
- Camera Angle Select N/A
- HDMI Deep Colour N/A (Blu Ray Only)
- Bookmarks (playback from a saved point) N
- Playback program (reordering/sequence of playback) N
- Dolby 5.1 (including Dolby Digital, AC3, pro logic) N
- Dolby TRUE HD (lossless) N/A
- DTS Surround (standard) N
- DTS HD Master (lossless) N/A
- 5.1 Channel Decoder built in N
- 2 channel (left / right) downmix Y
Why is multi region important?
Movies are available all over the world but all movies are region coded which means they typically can only be played using equipment from that same region. For example a movie purchased online from another country may be cheap or the latest release, but it may not necessarily work on a Blu Ray or DVD player purchased in Australia. This is unless you have a region free player which is able to play back all movies no matter the region code. Laser BD and DVD players are multi region so you can play movies from all over the world.
Why do I need HDMI?
HDMI is the most widely used format for home audio and visual equipment today. It is the simplest way to connect various home AV equipment using only one cable to deliver top quality digital sound and image. Look for Laser products with HDMI connectivity for the perfect and simple connection.
What is the difference between HDMI, component and composite?
HDMI, Component and Composite are all ways which Audio Visual playback equipment such as DVD and Blu Ray players, connect to Televisions and other peripheral display devices. As technology advances, new connection ports that deliver better performance are added to these devices while older connections are phased out. None are more obvious than analogue connections being replaced by superior digital connections. For example, Composite and Component are analogue connections and will require more than one connection cable to deliver video and audio. HDMI is a digital connection, supporting a higher quality video and audio signal all connecting via just the one cable. For reference, HDMI will deliver the best quality image, while Component will deliver an excellent image, and Composite will deliver a good image.
What is the difference between different version of HDMI? Say 1.4 vs 2.0?
Higher or newer versions of HDMI usually mean that they can transfer higher volumes of data. This means higher audio, pixel and frames rates as well as, compared to earlier HDMI versions, the provision to network the connected devices over the HDMI cable (Versions 1.4 and above.) Latest model TVs demand newer cables in order to deliver its best performance with 3D, Full HD, network, and even 4k. For the best reliability in transmission between your player and your TV, choose a Laser HDMI version 2.0 cable.
How much difference is there between 720p and 1080p?
These are used to describe picture resolution show the number of vertical lines. In the case of 720p, 720 lines are displayed. In the case of 1080p, 1080 lines are displayed on the screen which is probably the most common resolution on TVs today. 1080p is higher in resolution and will display a noticeably better picture.
What are 2k, 2.7k and 4k video files?
The next generation of displays following from 720p and 1080p are the newest of formats called 2k, 2.7k and 4k. While 2k resolution is similar to 1080p, 2.7k typically has a resolution of 2704x1524, 4k typically has a resolution of 3840x2160. Generally the higher the number will give you the better viewing experience.