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1. Aiwa HV-MX100 Hi-Fi Multi-System
list($260.00)
2. Aiwa XD-DV380 DVD Player
3. Aiwa HV-FX7000 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
4. Aiwa DVD Player With Component
list($215.00)
5. Aiwa XD-DV480 DVD Player
6. Aiwa XDDW1 Portable DVD Player
list($357.60)
7. Aiwa XDDV300 DVD Player
8. AKAI 3850 Code Free Multi-Zone
$134.99
9. Aiwa XDPG700 Progressive Scan

1. Aiwa HV-MX100 Hi-Fi Multi-System VCR
list price: $575.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00001QGUQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 30177
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Home theater-ready hi-fi stereo VCR
  • Five language on-screen display
  • Compatible with NTSC/PAL/SECAM systems and tapes
  • 5-speed playback capability
  • Front audio/video jacks for convenient peripheral hookup

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellence personified
I've used this for 2 years now and cannot fault it. It plays tapes from all over the world flawlessly. The best feature, though is this: I have kids away in college overseas; I can record US programs out to PAL format and they can view them in Europe on their local TVs. Many other top-rate features too numerous to list.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Picture Qulity and Great Compatibility!
Hi my uncle is a reired news reporter from CBS and has tapes that he has collected of different format type and he has a lot well up in till now he could only watch them at his CBS office ehich he can visit and use the Players but he doesn't live by it anymore so i bought this for him and he LOVES it i love watching the p[akistanie movies and what not!?!?!?! Thanks it's a MUST!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Birthday Giftever
THis is the best thing there is, This VCR and its technology should be avaiable to everyone, it breaks the barrier of zones and unites the world.

I don't have to worry about the tapes I receive from India, Germany and France ther are all diffrent speed formats but once inside this VCR I can watch them any time with out running to a Video Conversio comapany and waiting three to five day to view important information.

I can record my information in format supported locally by my clients and send them a tape which they can play in their VCR back in their country.

This is the greatest VCR ever, Samsung also makes onebut the picture quality is not as nice as in this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic multi system VCR
Well, quite simply I think this VCR is fantastic. It is easy to use, easy to install, easy to everything. Just pop in your videotape and watch it - doesn't matter where it's from, the VCR decides what system it is and decodes it. Are you a Brit Abroad? You need this. Now you can get all your mates back in blighty to tape the good stuff for you (big train, the fast show, shooting stars, you can't get any of it here you know) and you can watch it with ease. If you really want to, tape your favourite shows in PAL and mail them back to your friends. I am extremely happy with this VCR.

If you are from france, you may not want this item, since according to the manual, it doesn't deal with the french version of SECAM (only the most expensive ones do - that's the french for you, always have to be different).

Other good stuff - it automatically switches voltages, and doesn't have a hard wired power cord, so you just get a new power cord if you move to another country, plug it in, and bob's your uncle! You can take this VCR anywhere.

Now if someone would send me all the Alan Partridge episodes, I would be really happy. Ah well.

4-0 out of 5 stars From anything to anything (via a 3rd!)
I have this unit (tho I paid a lot more for it before ... started stocking it! :( )

It does exactly as described, taking an input signal (or playing a tape) in any one of PAL, NTSC, (ME)SECAM and displaying it on whatever display system you have.

Better still, if you're really in the mood for something bizarre, you could feed it a signal from a SECAM source, record it in PAL while watching it on your NTSC TV!

There are also both DIN (push on) and Cable (screw) connectors for RF signals and a seperate tuner associated with both. It certainly decodes MTS (US Stereo) tho I'm not sure if it does so for NICAM (Europe/Germany/South Africa)

Images are crisp for a non-S-Video device (my one gripe)

The user interface is OK, but not great. It only has a 6-programme memory, but now that I have a TiVo that's moot :)

The biggest complaint I have is probably not a factor for many, but it's a killer for me: there are no Discrete power-on and power-off commands (just a power toggle) making it nearly impossible to programme a Philips Pronto to control the power state of the Aiwa. I talked to Aiwa at length, but they refused to provide the Discrete codes, eventually admitting that Aiwa do not have Discrete codes.

It's soon to be put out to pasture in my setup, only to be used to view the occasional PAL tape or to make recordings for friends and relatives in other countries.

If you need to view and record VHS tapes in multiple formats, this is definately a good buy (and a good price)! ... Read more


2. Aiwa XD-DV380 DVD Player
list price: $260.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005MB4Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 28830
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Amazon.com Product Description

Aiwa's XD-DV380 DVD player is an excellent audio and video component. Combining a 10-bit video digital-to-analog converter and 96 kHz, 24-bit audio digital-to-analog converter, the XD-DV380 conveys a sharp, colorful picture along with accurate sound reproduction. Component- and S-video outputs provide the best color separation and video quality on compatible TVs, while optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs pass Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound to a surround-decoding receiver. Sound is also delivered through two analog audio jacks.

The XD-DV380 features Aiwa's 3D Surround system, which simulates a four-speaker array through only two speakers, be they part of a mini component system or integrated TV speakers.

Playback options include still and frame stepping, four slow-motion settings, chapter/title search, and four scan speeds (up to 100 times faster than normal play).

The XD-DV380 can also be used as a full-function CD player, supporting audio CDs, CD-R, and MP3-formatted discs. ... Read more

Features

  • DVD/VCD/CD player with MP3, CD-R, and CD-RW playback
  • Optical digital-audio output for Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound
  • 10-bit Video D/A converter
  • 96KHz/24-bit Audio DAC
  • Also includes a Component- and S-video output for better picture quality

3. Aiwa HV-FX7000 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR

Asin: B00000JXV2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 39056
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Features

  • 4-head hi-fi stereo
  • Auto head cleaning
  • 181-channel synthesizer tuner
  • VCR Plus+ programming guide
  • Front audio-video input

4. Aiwa DVD Player With Component Output (XD-DV520)

Asin: B0000696HK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 39351
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Aiwa XD-DV520
My main concerns with the purchase of this DVD were picture quality, and sound. I am very pleased with both. I used an S-Cable for the video hook-up and standard Audio/Video cables for sound. I have the DVD attached to an AIWA AV-NW31 Home Theatre system. I suspect that sound quality relates to the compatability of components from the same manufacturer. The video however, is all on its own. No picture jitters or occasional distortions. I used Hogwarts at night for my evaluation. It was crisp and bright. The box itself is very clean with small button configurations that work well. The remote is small and for me, easy to lose. The Home Theatre remote however,works both and is larger.It was a great purchase. ... Read more


5. Aiwa XD-DV480 DVD Player
list price: $215.00
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Asin: B00005TN7K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
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6. Aiwa XDDW1 Portable DVD Player

Asin: B00004YAIM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 54409
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Aiwa XDDW1 has a 5.8-inch-diagonal viewable screen, and a Dolby Digital input and decoder for exceptional sound quality. It's compact and portable, and weighs only 2.5 pounds.

The XDDW1 DVD system is the format of the future for bringing home movies with theatrical drama and impact. Because movies are recorded on disc instead of tape, you get fast access to individual scenes, just as your CD player lets you quickly access music tracks.

Because DVD uses efficient digital data storage technologies, there's room on each disc for multilanguage soundtracks, subtitles, and standard and letterbox views. Even new widescreen aspect ratios can be encoded on DVD discs. If you're serious about movies, DVD is the format you've been waiting for. ... Read more

Features

  • 5.8-inch active-matrix screen
  • Built-in stereo speakers
  • CD compatible
  • Includes rechargeable battery and charger
  • Dolby Digital input and decoder

7. Aiwa XDDV300 DVD Player
list price: $357.60
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Asin: B00002Z76H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 40924
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Dolby Digital and DTS outputs
  • Q Surround simulation mode
  • Component-video outputs
  • Headphone jack with level control
  • Full-function remote control

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product at a great price!
Here is my take on the Aiwa XDDV300 DVD Player:

The menus are plain, has several options, pretty standard stuff. You can choose different menu background colors. The front panel has all the buttons you need to operate it in case you can't find or don't want to use the remote.

The remote -- it's pretty bad. Buttons are small - you need to use your pinky or have pinky sized fingers to press them, and you have to PRESS them HARD or else you will have to keep pressing til it registers. The buttons are really sort of organized, you just have to get used to them.

So far it has played all 200 of my DVDs perfectly.

It plays the menus of DVDs that weren't working on my previous player. It is about 10% slower than my last player, but it makes no noise! The player is pretty silent, you can't hear anything moving inside unless you put your ears to it. If you turn the power off, it goes on stand-by mode, I don't know how to turn it completely off unless you unplug it.

This DVD player has: * Component output * S-Video output * Digital output * VCD playback (CDR - I dont know, probably not) * 4x Zoom (use the arrows to move around)(too bad dvd players dont let you zoom in at 2x, 3x, blah blah blah, it's always 4x only) * Headphone jack (the bigger one, so buy an adapter if you are going to use it) * Comes with regular composite cables, batteries.

All in all, I would recomend this player. This is a GREAT BUY!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Price Performer Available
The Aiwa XDDV300 DVD Player is awsome. The quality picture and sound produced by it, when compared to the DVD in my high end PC, is unbelievable. The features of the unit are just right. When i am interested in learning a new guitar rift from and audio CD, i simply mark the 'a' or start of the rift, then mark the 'b' end of the rift, and the unit plays it over and over until such time as i have learned it.

One of the other reviews states that the bottons on the remote are too small, but that scare you off, they are more than adequate and actually quite easy to use when compared to my Toshiba TV remote control.

The look of the unit is simply stunning, both front and back. The back especially appeals to me, as it allows connections to fiber, S-video, or standard RCA jack based amplifiers or TV's.

You will not be dissapointed with the Aiwa XDDV300 DVD Player. It is hands down the best price performer available. Am really impressed. Where else can you buy so much joy for such a reasonable price.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT DEAL!
...This is a high quality DVD player at a reasonable price.GET IT! ... Read more


8. AKAI 3850 Code Free Multi-Zone DVD Player

Asin: B0000ZG51I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Akai
Sales Rank: 36840
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Features

  • Analog 2 Channel Audio Output
  • Digital Coaxial Output for optional external surround sound processing
  • Video Outputs -Composite RCA, S-Video, Component Video
  • Playback Tuners -Code Free for playback of any region DVD movie from zones 1-6
  • Plays any region PAL or NTSC DVD movies (correct format TV required)

9. Aiwa XDPG700 Progressive Scan Dvd Player

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00011KIJ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
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