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CyberHome CH-DVD 300S Progressive-Scan DVD Player , Silver

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  • Progressive-scan video (480p) with 3:2 pulldown support renders flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, SVCD, VCD, MP3, and JPEG picture CD
  • Picture zoom, last-disc resume
  • Dolby Digital an DTS 5.1-channel surround sound passthrough (coaxial digital-audio output)
  • Plays PAL and NTSC discs
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Product Information

Color: Silver
Technical Details
Brand NameCyberhome
Item Weight4 pounds
Product Dimensions9 x 9 x 3 inches
Item model numberCH-DVD 300S
Color NameSilver
Built In Decoders Dolby Digital // DTS decoder
Item Display Height2.5 inches
  
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Additional Information
ASINB0000A0AJH
Best Sellers Rank #30,589 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2001
  
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Technical Details

Color: Silver
  • Brand Name: Cyberhome
  • Model: CH-DVD 300S
  • DVD Type: DVD player
  • Parental Lock: Y
  • Audio Output Mode: Stereo
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Product Description

Color: Silver

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Offering a downright amazing feature set for such an affordable price, Cyber Home's compact CH-DVD 300S makes a rich and promising starter player. You get everything from top-of-the-line progressive-scan component-video outputs to built-in MP3 decoding, JPEG image viewing, and 3:2 pulldown for viewing movies in their native frame rates.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the CH-DVD 300S stands ready to deliver the full potential of DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, providing higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. Composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television.

With 3:2 pulldown support, the player corrects for a common distortion in DVDs when 24 frames-per-second movies make the leap to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown removes the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

A set of multichannel analog-audio outputs routes decoded Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround signals to your audio/video receiver. Dolby Digital and DTS signals can also be channeled through the player's digital-audio outputs (one each of RCA coaxial and optical) for direct connection to a surround-featured AV receiver. The player has left/right analog audio outputs, too.

The CH-DVD 300S is compatible with DVD-R/-RW and DVD+R/+RW media, handling just about any recordable disc you give it. It can even play both PAL- and NTSC-formatted discs, handy when viewing non-region-specific European discs. Other features include motion zoom, screen saver, last-disc resume, and repeat play.

What's in the Box
DVD player, AC power cord, multi-function remote control, remote batteries, and a composite-video/stereo analog-audio interconnect.

Product Description

It's easy to make the change to DVD with this compact and affordable DVD player from CyberHome. This versatile unit plays your favorite movies on DVD, as well as audio CDs, MP3s, MPGs and JPGs. Advanced DVD features include progressive scan, last memory function, surround sound and more. Includes component video, S-video and composite video outputs. Comes with a multi-function remote control. Sleek and contemporary with a silver-toned finish. Imported. 2Hx8-3/4Hx9D".

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Customer Reviews

The picture quality is really good.
D. Christen
Spend a little more money and buy a real DVD player.
M. Zimmermann
6 1/2 months and it stopped working completely.
A. Kost

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

659 of 673 people found the following review helpful By Arthur D. O'Brien on July 30, 2004
Color Name: Silver
Don't be frightened by the small-name brand and tiny size. This player works just fine. Good picture and good performance. I bought mine primarily because it can be programmed to play discs from other regions than Region 1 (North America's DVD region, for those who do not pay attention to such things.) It does this to perfection! I have had no problem with color shifts or distortion with PAL discs on my NTSC television, but be sure that you use the manual when you go through the "Setup" menu - you will need to make sure your player is set to NTSC, not PAL, if you live in North America and want PAL discs to play properly on your NTSC set.

Not familiar with the PAL/NTSC thing? It's like this - if an American buys a DVD from England, for example, he or she will find that it will not play in the average North American Region 1, NTSC DVD player because in England, DVDs and players are Region 2 and PAL TV format (North America has NTSC format TV broadcasts). They are incompatible and will not play. This player will play both PAL and NTSC DVDs, and will play them from any region!

There is one minor caveat - there are no instructions as to how to change regions included with the player (but can be found with an internet search).

Not to worry, though - this is how you do it:

1. With no disc in the tray, push "Menu" "1" "9" (ignoring the "No" symbol that appears on the upper left-hand corner of the screen).

2. A menu will appear that shows in highlight the region it is set to (almost certainly Region 1). Push the "Enter" button and the region number will change. You can set it to any region (1 through 6) or to Region 0, which means it will play PAL or NTSC DVDs from all 6 DVD regions!

3. Push the "Open/Close" button to close the menu, and you're done!

Enjoy!
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177 of 188 people found the following review helpful By D. Christen on October 12, 2004
Color Name: Silver
When it comes to the price/value ratio, it doesn't get much better than this item. For a little more than 30 bucks you get a region free DVD player ! (Yes, you can play any DVD from any country on this machine.... however, it is not mentioned in the user manual. All you need to do is press 'menu' '1' '9' and select region code 0).

The picture quality is really good. I have a 500 dollar Philips DVD player but the difference to this 30 dollar machine is almost non existent. The size of the player is a big plus as well. It's nice and small and can easily be moved from one location to another. It is great in combination with a DVD recorder - especially, since it has an S-Video output. Also, it plays all DVD formats (including DVD+RW or DVD-R etc.). The voltage is variable from 110 V to 220 V which is great, if you want to use it in Europe as well. You can chose NTSC or PAL as output - again, this makes this player truly international.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By J. Bryce on November 30, 2003
Color Name: Silver
A great little machine. Quite incredible value for less than $40US. I bought it for its PAL/NTSC conversion ability and it surpassed all my expectations. The converted images are superb. When you first buy it, the out-of-the-box settings are configured so that the machine can only handle Region 1 discs (if you bought it in North America). It only requires a simple re-setting of the Region code, which can be done using the remote.
1. Switch player on, making sure that there's no disc in the tray.

2. Close tray.

3. Using the remote control, key in the following: MENU, 1, 9 (Note: just type in these three all in a row. Don't wait for anything to come up after just entering MENU because nothing will happen until you type in the 1 then the 9)

4. A menu will appear that shows the region option near the bottom of the screen. Arrow up or down to highlight the REGION title.

5. Press ENTER. The Region number setting will change to a blank entry "-"

6. Using the numbers keypad, type in the number 0 (this is the code for region free and will let you play discs from anywhere in the world without having to change the setting for each disc from a different region)

7. Press ENTER again to save the setting.

8. Press OPEN/CLOSE to switch off the menu. The door will open for you to put a disc in the tray.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 22, 2004
Color Name: Silver
I brought 2 CH-DVD 300S from Sears the other day. One of them had
10S bios version (if you look at the bottom bar code there
is info on the date of manufacture and bios details)
and the other had 18S bios.
While the 10s bios one sucks (gives loud noise and hangs the
system or just plays the dvd and does not respond any commands,
bad picture quality), the other nes works perfectly well. I believe most of them for whom it never worked got the inferior
ones (older bios, old chips etc). Buy the ones which have
manufactured date after April 04 and with bios 18S or above.
The 18s bios versino one works perfectly well: DVD's DVD+R -R of various brands, VCDs, Audio
CD,s CD containing jpeg photos, a cd containing mpeg files,
Dolby digital audio is fair enough, the picture is
fair enough for the price I paid for them. If you are
looking for one with all region, one that works all
around the world (both voltage and region code), this is
the player to buy for price to performance. It beats Apex,
sanyo players in price/performance provided you got the right
working one.
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