SuperSonic 5.1 Channel Multi Region DVD Player w/ USB/SD Card Slots, HDMI Compatible, SC-31
Looking for a way to watch all those DVDs from Greece (or anywhere in the world)? Here is the solution! Watch any DVD (from any region) on any TV set (NTSC or PAL) or use this player as a Karaoke / DVD machine (2 microphone jacks, 1 microphone included). HDMI Compatible but HDMI cable not included. Now you can convert your videos to 1080p HD quality via an HDMI connection.
USB and SD card slots allow you to easily view photos and videos from mobile devices. USB and SD cards not included.
Now you can watch DVDs from Greece, USA and anywhere else in the world with this affordable quality Multi-region (PAL / NTSC ) DVD player! Explanations of regional codes at the bottom.
• This DVD player can play PAL [Phase Altering Line] the standard format used for televisions in most of the world (other than the US, Canada, and Japan), or NTSC DVD's [National Television Standards Committee] the standard format used for televisions in most of North and Central America, and Japan.
• You can watch DVD's from abroad right here in the U.S. with your standard TV or you can watch U.S. DVD's abroad with local TV. This player is truly Multi-Regional and has built-in video converter.
- 5.1 channel audio player for surround systems
- Compatible with DVD/DVD-R/CD/CD-R/CD-RW/MP3/JPEG formats
- HDMI Output 1080p Compatible: Converts your videos to 1080p HD Resolution
- USB/SD/MMC/MS compatible -- Access your digital media directly from USB/SD Cards
- AC-3 Digital Decoder
- Convenient front panel and on-screen display
- Multiple angle / Language subtitles
- Coaxial Digital Output
- Two Karaoke Microphone Jacks (One microphone included)
- Power supply 100V-240V AC, 50/60Hz
- AV cables (included)
- Remote control (included)
- ETL Approved
- Multi Region! Plays NTSC & PAL All Zones
DVD Region Code Explanation:
Region codes are a built-in feature of the DVD system that controls where discs are viewed and distributed. All DVD hardware and software is coded using the numbers 1 through 6.
Region 1 discs are used in the USA & Canada.
Region 2 discs are use in Europe and Japan.
NTSC — [National Television Standards Committee] is the standard format used for televisions in most of North and Central America, and Japan.
PAL — [Phase Altering Line] is the standard format used for televisions in most of the world (other than the US, Canada, and Japan).