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Wednesday, November 24, 2004
NeuNeo DV308 MPEG4 DVD Player

4. Connections

NeuNeo DV308 MPEG4 DVD Player

Connections

The package includes: 1 DVD Player, 1 Remote Control with 2xAAA sized batteries, 1 pair analog Video /Audio Cables and User Manual.

Power 100 ~ 240V AC/50 ~ 60Hz.

On the rear and at the left hand side 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, (see the screenshot below), are the composite and S-Video outputs.

Continuing to the right, there are the Component Video (PbPrY) outputs. Next to these there are the coaxial and optical digital outputs for digital multichannel audio reproduction.

Next, there is the SCART connector and the stereo output connectors, as well as a VGA connector. In case you were wondering, yes, a VGA monitor can be connected using this output and video can be displayed. This type of connection is not available on most DVD players, but is usually reserved for high priced players.


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



Below you can see the included remote control that comes with the DV308. Simple and complete, you have total control over the device and it won't take you long to get acquainted with to. Click on the image to view a larger picture.




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