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Thursday, October 21, 2004
NeuNeo HVD108 DVD Player

4. Connections

NeuNeo HVD108 DVD Player - Page 4

Connections

The HVD108 has almost everything that a standalone player should have. Although a SCART connection interface is missing, there are several other interfaces that cannot be found on similar devices at this price.

The package includes: 1 DVD Player, 1 Remote Control, 1 pair analog Video /Audio Cables and User Manual. Power 100 ~ 240 AC/50 ~ 60Hz.

On the rear left of the device, there is the 5.1CH output, which indicates that the player has a built-in decoder for analogue multichannel sound reproduction. Next to it, as seen in the screenshot below, is the stereo output.

The provided video connections include the Component Video (PbPrY), Composite and S-Video outputs. Between these there are the coaxial and optical digital outputs for digital multichannel audio reproduction.

However, we consider that the most important Video connection that the HVD108 provides is the following VGA/SVGA output, which is hard to find this type of device (for the price).

On the front and top of the player there are all the appropriate function controls for using the device without the need for a remote control.

There is also a standby button on the top left, and a power switch at the back.

The indication under the AC input connector informs us that the unit can accept 100-240V AC.

The slim, loading tray is quite impressive, combining transparent plastic and metal. However it needs extra care while placing a disc, as the plastic tray seems to be a little on the fragile side.

Below you can see the included remote control for the device. All the usual buttons are there, and it shouldn't take you long to get used to it.




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