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Monday, April 11, 2005
Waitec Vision HTX

4. Internal View

After removing all mounting screws and removing the cover, we can see the player's internal layout. Due to the large power transformer, the player is quite heavy. All components are clearly and neatly laid out and we can easily discern the disc loading tray.

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For a closer look at the tray, click on the image to open a high resolution picture.

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A closer look also reveals the main chipset used for all disc encoding/decoding functions. The Waitec Vision HTX uses the MediaTek MT1389DE:

On the right hand side of the loader, there is another label with however, an unknown brand name, "Cosmic".




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