TEAC jostles for space in the already crowded DVD player marketplace
TEAC Australia will hope the saying ‘big things come in small packages’ will entice Australians to buy into its latest offering in the DVD player market.
New to the portable arena is the TEAC DVP705 with a 7-inch swivel LCD screen, and features a USB input and media card slots for playback of photos, video and music. For user convenience, it includes a set of headphones and a cost effective lithium battery that provides up to two hours viewing time, says TEAC.
Then there is the DVP373T range ,which, has an AC adaptor and an in-car charger to keep DVD fans happy anywhere. It has a DVD player behind one of its dual screens that has an attachment for mounting on car headrests. This compact, portable DVD player also has MP4 capability.
At 200mm in depth, the TEAC DV222 plays a wide variety of discs including Kodak Picture CD. It is equipped with progressive component video output (Y,Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr) to further enhance the digital cinema experience by delivering crisp pictures and smooth transitions.
The TEAC DV5188 is the step up model to the DV222 featuring HDMI with 1080P upscaling, ensuring the best connection for high quality sound and vision.
The unit includes a USB input for multimedia playback, movies, music and photos. One of the other key features that utilises the USB port is CD ripping. Users can load a CD into the DV5188 and copy music directly onto the USB thumb drive in mp3 format.
Both models feature coaxial digital audio connectivity for direct connection to a surround sound receiver.