|Item Weight||4.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.6 x 4.8 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||BD780|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DV-905|
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iVid BD780 Multi Region Free 3D Blu Ray DVD Player PAL/NTSC 110-240 Volt
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- Ethernet Jack for Internet Connectivity; USB Media Player and HDMI Output
- Plays All zone Blu-ray (A,B,C) Discs
- Plays All Standard region DVD (0-8)
- Full HD 1080p 2D and 3D Playback via HDMI
- PAL/NTSC compatible (110-240 Volts)
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The iVid BD-780 Multi-Region 3D Blu-ray Player supports 2D and 3D Full HD 1080p output via HDMI. It's compatible with Blu-ray discs (Zones A/B/C) and DVDs (all regions). Plus, the BD-780 supports upscaling to Full HD 1080p as well. It also features an Ethernet port for network connectivity. For other connectivity options, the device offers HDMI and composite AV RCA jacks. There's a USB port as well, which allows you to enjoy a variety of content including photos, video and music stored on a USB flash drive. For high-quality audio playback, the BD-780 features 5.1-channel surround with Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD decoding. Other features include BD-Live, Bonus View and a remote control for easy operation.
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|Sold By||Gandhi Appliances, LLC||220-electronics (Since 1979)||Bombay Electronics||220-electronics (Since 1979)||MULTISYSTEM-ELECTRONICS||220-electronics (Since 1979)|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless Network||usb, hdmi||—||hdmi||—||usb, hdmi|
|Item Dimensions||4.85 x 18.6 x 3 in||—||—||13 x 11 x 11 in||7.6 x 11.6 x 1.5 in||—|
|Item Weight||—||2 lbs||1.9 lbs||2 lbs||—||—|
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1) It is multi-region. Plays all my UK (region 2) and USA (region 1) DVD's.
2) This player has Component video-outputs on the back (Y,Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr). Those are those red, green and blue RCA outputs. Ive tested these outputs using the testcard patterns (1-pixel stripes and squares) on Disney's WOW calibration disc. I can confirm that this analogue component output is of High Definition quality. Unlike the OREI BDP-M2 which boasts component video out but only in Standard Definition. Why am I so interested in HD Component Video Out? Well, when connected to a Denon AVR3312, I can listen to Pandora or Internet radio through my speakers and have an HD picture from the Blu Ray displayed on the screen (eg: Bluscenes Scenic Moods HD). Even the higher end BluRay players on the market do not offer Component Video Out.
3) I have a Harmony Smart Remote-Control to control all my devices (digibox, Blu Ray, AVR and screen). The only way you can turn on the OREI model is by pressing the toggle power-button. A major pain for those with programmable smart remote controls. (ie: If its already on, the macro in my remote turns it off) This ICOM BD780 can be turned on by pressing the Play button! Much better for me :-)
4) As an added bonus, a feature I rarely use, this player can play 3D Blu Ray discs.
This player does everything I need, and for about $130, I am delighted with this purchase.
But the playback functions are complete - there's a "slow" button for scanning (if you are paused it frames forward, if you are playing it selects between 1/16 - 1/2 speeds), there's an "angle" button (yes I have a DVD with multiple angles you can select), there's a repeat button and a separate "A-B" button (press once to set point A, press again to set point B and then it will loop; and these can be set while paused so you can get a precise clip), and there's a "zoom" button that toggles between x2, x3, x4, 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4 and of course you use the direction buttons to adjust the frame. Alas, there are some Blu-rays that disable the A-B and often the zoom as well which is pretty annoying (I'm looking at you, Dressed to Kill, The Counselor and Porky's). But just think of all the fun you can have with all those features to play with. The one thing I wish it would do is - when you have an A-B loop going, it doesn't keep the speed you set (e.g. 1/2 speed), so when it repeats it goes back to normal playback speed, and I wish it would just loop at the speed I tell it to (the loop does keep the same zoom level you have set though).
The player does start up somewhat fast and the disc tray sure pops out with urgency (but smoothly). And while most discs still force you to sit through the legal warnings, most of the other fluff (previews, etc) can be skipped and go right to the top menu. Pretty nice user friendliness there - though I don't know why those of us who OWN Blu-rays and REPEAT WATCH them aren't considered when discs have those screens locked, forcing us good law-abiding customers to sit through it again and again.
The only weird thing is, they put the play/pause/stop buttons among a bunch of playback features at the bottom (angle, A-B, etc) and then stuck some of the other buttons like scan and skip up in the middle with other playback buttons like repeat and menu and such... no sizing priority for any of these buttons so they are hard to find by touch along with being spread all over the place.
I waited a while to buy this player but considering everything it does, I can definitely say BUY BUY BUY now! And hell, this thing cost $100 less than my first DVD player ha ha
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