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Pioneer DV-610AV-K Black Multi Region Code Zone Free DVD Player with HDMI 1080p Output. Play all region 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 PAL or NTSC DVDs.

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  • Plays All Region DVDs: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
  • 5.1 Ch Output
  • Plays SACD and DVD-Audio
  • Divx Playback
  • 110/220V Worldwide Voltage

Product Specifications

Brand NamePioneer

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds
  • ASIN: B001CF60R4
  • Item model number: DV-610AV-K
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,260 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 30, 2009

Product Description

Universal Region Free DVD Player with HDMI Output (Silver) A high-performance DVD Audio/Video & SACD player featuring HDMI 1080p upscaling, USB, WMV playback, and DivX® Ultra This ultra-slim, universal DVD player is multi-format and will play your entire DVD and CD collection, including DVD Audio and SACD. You can play content from your USB memory stick or audio player (the player has a front-in USB), or enjoy other compressed movies and music formats that you have downloaded from the web and then burnt onto CD-R/RW (MPEG, MP3, WMA or JPEG files for example). This player is DivX Ultra certified, which means that you can enjoy the highest quality possible from compressed files. The 600AV has an HDMI output with 1080p upscaling, ensuring that what you see is of the highest possible quality, regardless of the source. In addition, the 600AV has Virtual Surround Sound, which enables surround sound effects from just two speakers. When you're watching a DVD, you hear a deep, realistic 3D soundspace from a pair of stereo speakers.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I think this DVD player is excellent in both sound and picture quality.
hot4hypatia
I really wish the build quality of this DVD player was at least close to Pioneer's own Elite DVD players.
Sound Addict Boy
Then I played my A-HA/DVD from the UK/PAL Region again it works like a charm.
Howard L. Dick

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

182 of 192 people found the following review helpful By Sound Addict Boy on October 26, 2010
DVD was invented in 1995 & it's taken more than 10yrs to perfect the DVD player. The early DVD players all suffered from the same problems that plague Bluray players of today. They were plagued with slow loading times & they came locked - region coded. Even today, there are a lot of DVD players out there that are region coded & they need to be hacked, if U intend to play international DVDs.

The Pioneer DV-610AV is a true universal DVD player because of the following reasons:

1) Out of the box, this player comes unlocked. It plays DVDs from all 6 DVD regions.
2) Universal power supply, it works on both 110V - 220V. It comes with two power chords, one with the N. American flat pin & the other one has the Asian (Chinese) round pin. It can be plugged anywhere in the world with the help of the right pin / plug adaptor.
3) It plays almost all formats other than High Definition formats such as Bluray. It even plays DVDA & SACD.
4) Available in both black & silver. This sure adds up to the universal appeal that many other DVD players lack.
5) All the video / audio connections U'd ever want - HDMI, Component video, Composite video, S-Video, Coaxial audio, Optical audio & 5.1 channel analogue outs.

Design, features & performance:

I bought a Pioneer DV-610AV('S' - Silver) from B&H, NYC in Jan 2009 for USD120. After using it for over an year, I'm truly impressed with its capabilities. I have the Pioneer DV-610AV connected to an Onkyo TX-SR604 AVR Onkyo TX-SR604 7.1 Channel A/V Receiver (Black) with Mediabridge HDMI
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Boulos Harb on August 25, 2010
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This player is quite amazing. I use HDMI output for video, and 2-channel analog output for audio (with digital audio turned off). The audio is connected to a tube pre-amp and MOSFET amp. SACDs (stereo layer) sound sublime on this player, and CDs are very crisp. Note that it down-samples 5.1 digital audio to stereo. One great feature is that it remembers where you stopped the DVD after turning it off. The picture quality up-sampled to 1080p is fantastic. The on-screen menus are well laid out. The player has buttons to do whatever you want without a remote. I was deciding between this and a blu-ray player, and decided on the 610 since most blu-ray players apparently do not up-sample DVDs very well. Unlike the 610, they also do not play SACDs or Audio-DVDs (unless you're willing to pay hundreds of dollars for one that does). Even if I end up buying a blu-ray player, this one won't be put away. This model is one of the latest Eurepean models (check on pioneer's .eu site).
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Welsh on July 23, 2010
Fantastic value for money, easily the best bargain i've bought in years. The audio quality via H.D.M.I is first class the video was very good but not top quality when upscaling from DVD. However as an all-rounder for SACD / CD / DVD Audio it is impossible to beat!
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By hot4hypatia on November 20, 2010
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I have owned this product for a couple of weeks now and it has performed v. well. I have played region 1, region 2 and region 5 dvds in it. Some were music DVDs, while all the others were films. I have not yet tried the SACD or DivX capabilities of the player. I think this DVD player is excellent in both sound and picture quality. It is as sharp as my more expensive Sony DVD player and it has better sound. The LPCM option is the one I use most often when it is available and it really improves the sound of my music DVDs and some of my file DVDs as well.

The remote is fine and the build quality is also better than most of the recent DVD player models. I do accidentally press the DVD/USB switch and have to switch back to DVD mode, but that is no biggie. Unlike a lot of other recent players, there are plenty of buttons/controls on the front of the unit that allow you to control everything without the remote. Some 'old school' electronics junkies will appreciate this.

This player doesn't have internet connectivity and it doesn't play blue-rays, but it up-converts better any player I have owned (Oppo, Sony, and Samsung).

The code-free all region capability is what I wanted in addition to the HDMI connectivity/1080i capability and I am a very happy camper in these areas.
Pioneer quality at a v. reasonable price too.
Highly recommended.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Dee from MA on November 16, 2010
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I've been looking for a PAL system for quite sometime and couldn't make up my mind which was best. After reading the reviews (thanks guys)I went with the Pioneer. It's perfect. I've had it a couple of weeks now playing USA and UK DVD's. Not a skip, glitch, nothing. If I had any complaints: the manual on all of the different ways to hook it up was confusing. Come on guys...not everyone is a geek when it comes to this stuff! After two hours of plugging it everywhere, I'll make it simple for everyone else.

Take the cord that comes with it with the 3 different colors, white, red, yellow, plug into back of DVD from output. Plug the other end, white, red, yellow and plug into the input of your TV. Take the TELEVISION remote (not cable)hit, TV/Video and Pioneer should pop right on, hit play and your ready to go.

I'm planning on buying another one for the upstairs. Enjoy.
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