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Wednesday, August 25, 2004
NeuNeos High Definition DVD player hits the market


This slim, sleek and stylish gadget incorporates the latest video technology.

This includes the worlds first pixel based de-interlace engine with an unrivalled 1280 X 1024 VGA output resolution. This savvy player also supports 1080i, 720P, 576P and 480P output and a VGA output of 640 X480, 800 X 600 and 1024 X 768.

This High definition DVD player has remarkable upscaling capabilities, with a 1080i output compared to the standard DVD player output of 480i(interlaced) video. Progressive-scanning (480P, 720P) refers to the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, and with 720P in this HD DVD player, rest assured you are getting the sharpest images of the highest resolution, enabling you to view pictures at least twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture.

With a built-in high-end level scaler, it delivers crystal clear images of the highest resolution. Combined with a built-in Dolby 5.1 and DTS decoder and 5.1 channel output, you can have the cinema in the comforts of your own home. This is the perfect accessory to accompany HDTVs, high-resolution projectors and all other high definition display devices.

HDCP (High Definition Content Protocol) eliminates the possibility of capturing content sent digitally from the source to the display is no longer necessary in this case, when you play copyright DVD titles in high definition mode.

This High definition DVD player is fully compatible with DVD / SVCD / VCD / CD / HDCD / MP3 / Photo-CD / CD-R / CD-RW / DVD+R / DVD-R / DVD+RW /DVD-RW, with a high-speed 16bit 149Mhz video DAC and 133Mhz 32 bit Audio DAC. Equipped with progressive scan, the DVD player is PAL/NTSC TV system compatible, and supports a 4:3 and 16:9 TV mode.

With a flawless stainless steel front panel and a user-friendly full colour navigation system, its hard to resist this sophisticated package of 1 DVD player (power 100 ~ 240 AC/ 50 ~ 60Hz) with smart update functions (firmware upgradeable), 1 Remote Control, 1 pair of analog Video/Audio Cable and User manual.



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