パイオニア DV-420V-K（光沢黒） Multi-Format DVD, HDMI対応【海外仕様】
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Pioneer DVDプレーヤー DV-3030V
パナソニック Panasonic DVD-S700 リージョンフリーDVDプレーヤー(PAL/NTSC対応) 全世界のDVDが視聴可能 【保証書／HDMIケーブル／変換プラグ／世界のリージョンコード＆映像方式ガイド）付属】 プレミアム海外仕様
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パナソニック Panasonic DVD-S500【国内仕様 HDMI非搭載モデル】 リージョンフリーDVDプレーヤー(PAL/NTSC対応) 全世界のDVDが視聴可能 ディーガで地デジ番組を録画したディスクも再生可能（CPRM対応）【完全1年保証 3年延長保証対応 販売店限定保証書／世界のリージョンコード&映像方式ガイド／ディスククリーナー 付属】
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「HDMI」入力対応ディスプレイとの組み合わせにより、DVDビデオのデジタル映像信号をダイレクトに送出。 480iの映像信号をダイレクトに、また480p信号を最高1080p信号までアップスケーリングし、より高精細で美しい映像がお楽しみいただけます。 (HDMIケーブルは、別途必要です。) VIDEO FEATURES ・Dual-Layer DVD-R*/DVD/DVD-R/DVD-RW**/DVD+R/ ・DVD+RW Compatible ・SVCD/VCD/CD/CD-R/CD-RW Compatible ・HDMI Terminal for Digital Audio/Video Out ・HDMI Upscaling (to view on a 1080p display) ・WMV (Windows Media Video) Compatible ・Compatible with All Versions of DivX Video (including DivX 6) with Standard Playback of DivX Media Files ・108 MHz/12-bit Video DAC ・Pure Cinema 2:3 Progressive Scan ・I/P Simultaneous Output ・USB Input for Compressed Video (DivX / WMV) and JPEG ・HD JPEG Playback ・JPEG PhotoViewer*** (Fujicolor CD) ・ Video Adjust Function with Sharpness/Brightness/Contrast/Gamma/Hue/Chroma Level Control ・PAL / NTSC Color System Converter AUDIO FEATURES ・96 kHz/24-bit Audio DAC ・USB Input for Compressed Music Playback ・WMA (Windows Media Audio)/MP3/MPEG-4 AAC Compressed ・Music Playback Compatible ・Dolby Digital Output ・Dialogue Enhancer ・Virtual Surround ・Sound Equalizer (Rock/Pop/Live/Dance/Techno/Classic/Soft) TERMINALS ・1 HDMI Terminal ・1 USB Input ・1 Coaxial Digital Output ・1 S-Video Output ・1 Audio/1 Video Output ・Component Video Output (DVD, Video CD) SPECIFICATIONS * Dual-Layer DVD-R (Video Mode, Video Recording Mode, CPRM) ** DVD-RW (Video Recording Mode, CPRM) *** CDs and Fujicolor CDs can be played back
So back in the day... you know, when we still used DVD players? This thing was the bomb (we used terms like "the bomb" back then too). I could download a movie in that brand new awesome DivX format and put it on a USB stick (remember those?!) and stick it in this thing and play it on my TV!! Technological marvel.
I think i sold this thing for $5 at a garage sale a couple years ago.
Oh, and it was shiny. Sooooo shiny.
1. The dvd player is very nice and works great. The upscaling seemed to be good.
2. HDMI out
3. You can turn off the "auto off" feature
1. The HDMI out cannot be converted to a DVI signal and split with a relatively cheap DVI splitter. For example, it does not work with 4PORT Video Splitter Dvi 1900X1200 with 1 Dvi Cable The limitation is with the HDMI spec and the splitter, but you should be aware if you're planning on utilizing this in a production environment.
2. The "auto off" feature can be turned off, but after about 20 minutes, the Pioneer logo appears on the screen and starts "bouncing" around. This is annoying and we could not figure out how to turn it off.
1. This is a great personal DVD player, but not good for production.
I'm using digital audio out to my home theater receiver and HDMI to a Samsung DLP TV (2006 model). The upconverted picture to 1080i looks very good. Better than my old Denon 1900. The remote is easy to use and small (but not too small).
I'm giving it 4 stars only because it doesn't have an optical digital audio output (only coaxial). I wish it did, and that may impact your decision to purchase this model.
However, at under $100, I can live with the lack of an optical audio out port.
The pitfalls of this player: the remote is big and clunky. It's shaped like a thick brick. But I don't use the one that came with it, I use the one from my stereo receiver. Also, when using the composite video output (yellow plug), there is an artifact that scrolls across my screen - a vertical line with a square a few inches to the left of the line. It's always present when the DVD player is turned on, whether or not a DVD is playing... the artifact is always there, always scrolling, always annoying. The artifact is not there when using the S-Video or R/G/B outputs (so I use those instead). Basically, composite video is too annoying to use.
PCM audio works well, sounds great hooked in to the receiver. Even analog outputs hooked directly to the TV sound OK, but the digital audio out is really the way to go.
Overall, I'm happy with the player, but I'm knocking it a star for the artifact in composite.
Picture quality is nice,it is easy to use the remote,USB port is the reason why I bought this.I can watch divx movies without problem through a USB memory stick.How much I paid for my Pioneer? 73 dollars.
Powerful scanning was the second motivator besides face buttons and this has it. This player really rolls over scratched up DVDs. I have a murdered copy of Boondock Saints that is scratched into oblivion and doesn't play on any player, pc or laptop--but this Pioneer will play almost of all it no problem.
As for its upscaling qualities. It is sometimes hard to tell how good a job it is doing because we have a new LG 37LD450 37-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LCD HDTV. I think it makes some difference though on some DVDs--definitely. Other neat functions it has that I was not looking for: USB port. I am having trouble finding out if it works because it doesn't like my Kensington 4gb and 8gb USB drives for some reason. It just wont read or play them. Kind of a disappointment but...
Another freaky thing this player does--it remembers your last disk stop point. It's crazy but if you swap DVDs back and forth, this will automatically resume wherever you left off in the last disk. Neat. Also interacts well with smart TVs and when you power this device down it tells the HDTV to turn off too. Pretty amazing and classy player at a nice price that is feature rich and really does the job well. Another thing to note: it has a resolution changing menu. Be sure to tell it to output at its highest setting. Default its like 720--or something. But you can tell it to stay in 1080 mode with its onscreen menu.
Comes with a nice compact remote with small, but super-sensitive buttons. Superb DVD player at a super price.
Can't find the remote? No worries....all the buttons you need are right on the front of the DVD player. That feature alone is worth the price of admission and will keep me coming back to Pioneer again and again. And it's not just basic functions, it's all the menu options, too.
The other feature I love is the USB input. I put some DIVX files on a memory stick or onto my Western Digital 500 GB passport and watch them without any problems. That said, they need to be DIVX. I tried a lot of various AVI files before I gave in and went with the DIVX converter software. I've burned onto DVD+RW and DVD-DL and had not a problem with playback.
Love this machine and someday when I buy a real TV and a blu-ray player, the DVD player will DEFINITELY be a Pioneer.
As other's have said, it has all the important remote buttons on the face of the player, it has a high quality video output, and I have had no problems yet reading scratched up DVDs. As a bonus it remembers at least the last two DVD's play spots which is very handy if you have kids and want to swap out parent's material for the kidstuff. I also like the setup menu and manual better on the Pioneer.
I sent it back and purchased the Pioneer DV-420-K. I'm very pleased with it. The construction seems solid, the picture quality using an HDMI and set to 1080P is just awesome and the audio is strong and crystal clear. I especially appreciate the various audio options for increasing the volume of dialog in movies, evening out the loudest and softest portions of the audio (Audio DRC for Dolby Digital). I haven't had the opportunity (or need) for adjusting the picture quality, but there are a number of options there for color, contrast and sharpness.
All in all its a great player and definitely worth the $89. It struck me that I can get a "top of the line" upscaling DVD player like the Pioneer for half the price of a cheapish Blu-Ray player. That quality gets me an excellent upscaled picture over HDMI (tops in Consumer Reports testing) and clear, beautiful sound. It rivals the cheaper Blu-Ray players BR disc image quality on a mid-sized TV like mine (and beats them on upscaling DVDs). If you have a larger TV I can see getting a Blu-Ray player, but at this point its just not worth it for a smaller set (like 37" on down). Plus there's just a lot less trouble with mature technology like this (less disc incompatibility problems, no constant updating of firmware like with Blu-Ray). That's something I forgot to mention - this player is very forgiving of damaged or scratched discs. And speaking of the discs, there are still about 10 times more DVDs available for rent vs. Blu-Ray. Plus they are half the price or less when purchasing them.
I'll eventually get a Blu-Ray player (and it'll be a good Pioneer model!), but until that standard matures I'll be very happy with my Pioneer DVD player.