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Magnavox MRD210 Progressive Scan DVD Home Theater (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • 6-speaker surround system with combination progressive-scan DVD player/surround receiver
  • 50 watts per channel x 6 (left, center, right, left/right surround, and subwoofer)
  • Dolby Digital and DTS surround decoding; MP3, JPEG, and Kodak Picture CD playback
  • Component-, composite-, and S-video outputs accommodate a range of TVs, including high-definition and HD-ready sets
  • Includes all requisite cabling and an infrared wireless remote control
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Product Specifications

Brand NameMagnavox
Special Features6-speaker surround system with combination progres, 50 watts per channel x 6 (left, center, right, lef, Dolby Digital/DTS surround decoding, MP3, JPEG, and Kodak Picture CD playback, Component, composite, and S-video outputs

Technical Details

  • 6-speaker surround system with combination progres
  • 50 watts per channel x 6 (left, center, right, lef
  • Dolby Digital/DTS surround decoding
  • MP3, JPEG, and Kodak Picture CD playback
  • Component, composite, and S-video outputs

Product Details

Product Manual [5.91mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 144 x 96 x 48 inches ; 60 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 45.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000TF4AC
  • Item model number: mrd210
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 17, 2003

Product Description

Amazon.com

The perfect theater for homes with standard or high-definition televisions, Magnavox's style-conscious MRD210 consists of a Dolby Digital/DTS-decoding surround-sound receiver with an integrated single-disc progressive-scan DVD/CD player, five satellite speakers, and a passive, ported subwoofer. The DVD drive reads NTSC and PAL DVDs as well as standard CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 CD, and JPEG/Kodak Picture CD. Now you can enjoy your digital music and photos in the comfort of your living room.

If you're using (or plan to use) a high-definition or HD-ready TV, you'll appreciate the system's progressive scanning, which is referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image. This feature creates a picture with twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD image, giving you sharper, higher resolution images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

The system's 50-watts-per-channel receiver delivers a total of 600 watts of home-theater power, and the five speakers are acoustically designed to match the receiver's tonal characteristics. The front left, right, and center speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent interference with your TV's image. The tuner offers 40 FM/AM presets.

Connections include two analog-audio inputs and one analog-audio output, along with two digital-audio inputs (one each coaxial and optical). Three video outputs--composite-, component-, and S-video--accommodate most TVs and monitors.

What's in the Box
DVD/receiver combo, a remote control with two AA batteries, an AM loop antenna, an FM wire antenna, an analog audio interconnect (white/red tips), a composite-video interconnect (yellow tips), a component-video interconnect (red/blue/green tips), five satellite speakers, requisite speaker cables, a passive subwoofer, a subwoofer cable, a user's manual, and a Quick Use guide.

Product Description

Progressive Scan DVD Home Theater system with Five speakers (300-watts) plus sub woofer and DTS

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I tried several other DVDs with the same result.
milo27
I got this in Jan 2004 Started having some problems with it then it just quit messed the warranty by 3 months.
Mary NSC
The Magnavox (Philips) system seems to be a great choice if you want to save both time and money.
N. Rimawi

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By N. Rimawi on February 5, 2004
Home theater industry probably has the sharpest contrasts in prices, and unfortunately, the rule "the more you pay the more you get" does not apply at all. I know some people who spent close to a $1000 on home theater equipments and came out with nothing but headache. If you are planning to buy a home theater system, I HIGHLY recommend you doing your research.
The Magnavox (Philips) system seems to be a great choice if you want to save both time and money. I bought this system as a gift to a relative when I visited last Christmas. I installed it for him in less than 30 minutes, a very short time considering that he had a lot of wires, a lot of clutter and I had to connect several items to the system.
The sound system is simply great!! I didn't expect a system less than $200 to sound this good, I tested the system out with a concert DVD and it rocked. The speakers are compact but powerful, which I think is a great feature.
Another great feature of the system is that you can connect up to TWO external devices to enjoy the sound quality. I connected the cable box and the hifi VCR to it. Thanks to its built in ProLogic decoder, it can create surround sound effect even from older hifi tapes and regular stereo sound.
My only reservation on the system is the DVD palyer itself. While it offers a great picture, DVD navigation is a pain, it took me a while to figure out how to go backwards or do a slow. But other than that, it is good and can play DVDs, VCDs, SVCDs, MP3 discs, and many more formats.
All in all, recommended!!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 16, 2004
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Our previous DVD player was a bottom-of-the-line no-name system, and, frankly, it performed better than this one. The programming on this system is very poor; for example, it is impossible to rewind through the beginning of a scene (you have to scene-skip back to the previous scene and then fast-forward to the end of it). The remote control combines the scene forward with fast-forward (and the previous scene/rewind likewise) but the buttons are often unresponsive, so we never know which behavior, if any, the system will exhibit when we press the buttons. Sounds or pieces of sounds are occasionally absent (and a switch to a different style of surround sound does not improve the matter). After six months of owning the system we are also frequently finding that sound and video are not perfectly synchronized, when the same DVD plays well on another system, and we notice a flickering/skipping of the image with some frequency that suggests poor handling of signal decompression. We are replacing our system with a different brand and strongly recommend that others look for a less error-prone model.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Friedman on July 14, 2004
I purchased the MRD200 a year ago. After 10 months the audio would cut out when watching television, listening to radio, or playing a CD. No audio through the speakers or through the earphone jack. After a while it would return. The problem got worse and worse so I called Magnavox support and they said I would get a replacement if I shipped the unit to their exchange center in Tennessee. It cost me $61.00 via UPS, no RMA, no refund for shipping. Two weeks later I received a replacement, an upgrade actually, to the MRD210. I set it up and it works fine EXCEPT when watching a television program. With both the MRD's audio and the TV's audio on there is a delay that causes an echo. It doesn't happen all the time, it drifts in and out. After 15 minutes on-line with Magnavox's support I learn THIS IS NORMAL! The MRD200 didn't do it. I can't imagine this is normal, let alone acceptable. I won't be buying Magnavox products in the future.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 28, 2003
This was my first sound system. Very easy to follow instructions with illustrations. We love the system and its ease of use. It has a sleek look that does not stand out in the room. So far so good! We are not music critics so don't really know what to compare it to except to say there is no comparison to what you get from the regular TV vs. this sound system. The MRD210 is a great value with great sound and easy to hook up.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Curtis M. Hiott on December 25, 2003
I just received this as a Chrtismas present, and it works excellent for the money. It sounds wonderful, and the sub even does a good job! To the critics, of course there is better sounding equipment out there, it is called the Bose home theatre system and costs $3000! This setup sounds awesome for an extremely low price here on Amazon. Setup is easy, and if you know how to do it, you can patch it through your cable box and get theater sound all the time! It sounds awesome when you are watching DVD's, you pick up on background noises that you wouldn't have normally without the 5.1 Digital system. This setup sounds awesome, and I highly recommend this to someone who wants great sound and doesn't want to spend $3000!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tom layden on October 27, 2004
I found the Magnavox MRD210 at the closeout table in the electronic dept of our local Target. What a find!. I bought it and set it up. It easily performed as well as the Sony my son has. I have hooked it up directly to my cable box and the result is faux digital on all the movies that are shown in 5.1 digital. Put in a DVD disk and look out! It's mind blowing that these little speakers can sound so big. 300 watts is very suffient. For the money it was a steal. Can't thank Target enough for selling it to me at the ridiculous sale price.
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