==>> JVC XV-S302SL DVD Player , Silver

JVC XV-S302SL DVD Player , Silver

  • Plays DVD Video, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, SVCD, and MP3 formats
  • Component-video, composite-video, and S-video outputs
  • 1-bit P.E.M. D.D. audio converter with 96 kHz/24-bit resolution
  • Coaxial digital-audio output for PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS pass-through
  • Offers variable and slow search, zoom, digest and strobe play, and resume

JVC XV-S302SL DVD Player , Silver


JVC’s affordable XV-S302SL DVD player is bound to excite all home theater enthusiasts, especially music lovers. The unit’s component-video output is ideal for use with the latest high-resolution televisions (and a standard composite-video output works with most older TVs). You get more or less standard DVD features like variable and slow search, picture zoom, and resume play, as well as more advanced features like chapter digest and strobe play, which displays video in grids of nine consecutive still images, letting you search out exactly the frame you want to study. The unit is also compatible with SVCD (super video CD) and VCD formats, which are popular for many Asian films.

The XV-S302SL really shines because of JVC’s proprietary 1-bit P.E.M. D.D. audio decoder, which minimizes clock jitter and other sonically degrading artifacts and offers an analog stage with an impressive 106 dB dynamic range (in stereo), so music sounds as true to life as possible. The decoder’s 96 kHz/24-bit resolution ensures optimal decoding of all disc formats, from high-resolution music on DVD-Video discs to standard CDs, audio CD-Rs and CD-RWs, and discs encoded with MP3 audio files. (CD-R/CD-RW playability may vary depending on contents and discs.) Also, 3-D Phonic virtual surround simulates surround-sound effects using only two speakers.

The XV-S302SL’s traditional audio connections include one set of left/right analog-audio outputs for compatibility with stereo Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions and one coaxial digital-audio output to route Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel signals to a surround-decoding audio/video receiver. The back panel offers one output each for standard composite-video, S-video, and top-of-the-line component-video.