#1 JVC XV-N40BK Progressive-Scan Slim DVD Player , Black

JVC XV-N40BK Progressive-Scan Slim DVD Player , Black

  • Ultra-slim player with standard and progressive-scan video outputs (for use with high-definition and HD-ready TVs)
  • Compatible with DVD-Video, VCD, DVD-R, DVD+RW, CD, JPEG image CD-R, and MP3 CD
  • 192 kHz audio digital-to-analog converters optimal for CD and higher-resolution sources
  • Video Fine Processor (VFP) offers exceptional versatility in fine-tuning images to personal preferences
  • Includes 13-step zoom and screen fill (which zooms in on a DVD image to eliminate letterbox “bars” on the TV screen)

JVC XV-N40BK Progressive-Scan Slim DVD Player , Black

Product Description

In a new slim and stylish design, this all-in-one JVC player plays DVDs and CDs, JPEGs and MP3s—as well as the CD-R/RW, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, SVCD, VCD formats. Delivering outstanding quality in both music and movie play, its digital direct progressive scan output produces videos at twice the conventional speed, allowing direct conversion of DVDs’ 24 fps into progressive 60 fps for high-definition display on your TV. Features: express play start in which the movie appears on screen in under 4 seconds (with single-layer discs), a new high-resolution GUI (Graphic User Interface), 3-D Phonic sound, variable and slow search, 6-step zoom play, digest and strobe play, angle list, resume function and optical and coaxial digital audio outputs with Dolby Digital and DTS pass-through for easy connection to any system. Black. 2-1/8Hx17-3/16Wx9-13/16D”. Weight: 9 lbs.

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JVC’s ultra-slim XVN40BK DVD player is as much about audio playback as video, having been optimized for the high audio sampling frequency of 192 kHz, providing extra-wide dynamic range to realize the benefits of high-spec sources. Even CD playback benefits from higher-bit digital decoding. You want quality and convenience? Try format compatibility with DVD-Video, VCD, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD, JPEG image CD-R, and MP3 CD. But it’s definitely no slouch in the video department, offering JVC’s digital direct progressive-scanning. 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.

The model’s 10-bit, 54 MHz video sampling frequency ensures detailed images and clear, pure colors for DVD movies. And, with seven parameters to adjust, the unit’s Video Fine Processor (VFP) provides exceptional versatility in fine-tuning images to personal preferences. The player gives a choice of either optical or coaxial digital-audio output for routing Dolby Digital or DTS 5.1-channel surround signals to a compatible audio/video receiver.

A high-resolution onscreen graphical user interface (GUI) allows Windows-like interactive operation with tool bars superimposed onto the TV screen for simple, point-and-click operation. Other conveniences include AV CompuLink (which optimizes performance when using the player in conjunction with other JVC equipment), Quick Start, 1.5x playback with sound, 13-step zoom, and screen fill (which zooms in on a DVD image to eliminate letterbox “bars” on the TV screen).

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