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Pioneer DV-2010 Region Free DVD Player

Model:   DV-2010   |   by Pioneer

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  • Region Free for playback of all PAL/NTSC Region 0-6 DVD movie, RCE/REA Compatible
  • Works on any TV PAL or NTSC - Comes with built-in video converter!
  • Plays DVD, DIVX, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+Ralso
  • 3 way video converter to allow playback on any TV in the world
  • Dolby Digital / DTS Output
  • Dual Voltage for use in any country: 110-240 Volts 50/60Hz
  • Works on any TV in the World!
  • No need to use special TVs or buy extra equipment like a Videoconverter!
  • Region Free to play any DVD from any Country!
  • Lifetime Region Free Warranty!
  • World Wide Dual Voltage!

The Pioneer DV-2010 offers you high-quality audio and video in a compact player. Dolby Digital and DTS surround formats supported


Key Features:

  • Region Free DVD player - plays any DVD from any country on any TV world wide!!
  • World Wide Voltage to work in any country! 110-240 volts 50/60 hertz Auto switching.
  • This player does not need a multi-system TV or an external Video converter: High power built-in video converter allows playback of PAL movies on a NTSC TV or NTSC movies on a PAL TV. Basically this DVD player will play any region DVD movie on any TV in the world!
  • Supported DVD Region Playback: Region 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and ALL
  • Multi-Voltage Compatible 110/220/240V 50/60Hz
  • You can play popular DVD and CD Disc formats as well as DivX, MP3, WMA and JPEG files from disc.
  • When listening to compressed Audio such as MP3, the Sound Retriever ‘upscales’ the quality to closely match the original source. And with various listening modes to choose from, you can adjust the sound for your preferred musical genre.
  • A Remote Control is included

Audio:

  • Audio refers to sound. Sound is actually waves of air pressure that strike our eardrums and cause them to vibrate. Optimally, the human ear is capable of discerning frequencies within the 20Hz to 20,000Hz range. Typically, most adults over 30 have about a 40Hz to 17,000Hz range. The main task of an audio system is to transform electrical signals into air pressure waves that are as close as possible to the originally recorded sound.
  • Stereo represents 2-channel sound - 2 paths or speakers.
  • Virtual Surround is electronically enhanced 2 or 3 channel sound.
  • Surround Sound is 5 channels of sound paths or more.

Sound:

  • If you can hear it, the thing you hear is a sound. Sound comes from sources. If it comes from one direction (or speaker), it's monaural. If it comes from two directions, it's stereo. If it comes from all around, it's surround - for 5 directions, 7 directions or more.
  • Obvious sound producers are telephones, radios, and televisions. Cameras and camcorders can record and play sound. Most computers are capable of recording and playing sound.
  • Home Theater sound systems are able to deliver surround sound. Five channels are shown as 5.1. This means sound is generated from (up to) 5 sources, usually:
  • 1) Front Left
  • 2) Front Center
  • 3) Front Right
  • 4)Rear Left
  • 5)Rear Right
  • The ".1" refers to a subwoofer that is responsible for delivering very low sounds. Generally these sounds flavor or enhance the other 5 sources. That's why a subwoofer isn't considered an additional sound source.

Video:

  • Video is a movie. The difference is that it's designed for play on an electronic device or TV screen. A movie is film that is projected on a wall. Instead, video comes from a digital source - a DVD or Blu-ray disc, or as an Internet stream/download. Though video projectors are available, the underlying notion is whether you're projecting film or or that 'movie' from a DVD player. Video is a digital representation of a movie.
  • Cameras can record videos onto digital memory cards.

specification for:

  • DVD: Digital Video Disc or Digital Versatile Disc. The DVD is a format for storing audio and visual data. Comparable in size to a CD (compact disc), the DVD has significantly more storage capacity (enough space to store a 133 minute movie) with multi-language title abilities. CDs may be played in a DVD player and DVD players are available for computers and for A/V component systems. DVD features multi-language capabilities, multiple image ratios, parental controls, multi camera angles, and superb frame control. DVD players are available for computer systems (see our Computer Store) and home-theater systems (see our Video Store). DVD is primarily for playback only but there are DVD-RAM recorders emerging among computer perpherals and audio/video components. A typical DVD stores about 4.7GB of data and some new DVD versions will hold about 9.4GB. Compared to the Recordable CD, which holds about 650MB to 700MB, DVD may soon overshadow CDs in popularity
  • CD: Compact Disc. A popular digital format for storing audio and visual data. Most computer software is available on CD format and each CD has an overall capacity of about 650 to 700 megabytes. Virtually all pre-recorded audio is being released on this format, which is capable of up to about 74 to 80 minutes of audio per CD. There are also video CDs (CD-V) which, when combined with audio, play for considerably less time than exclusively audio CDs. The CD is also a popular format for storing computer programs. A CDR is a recordable CD that can only be recorded once. A CDRW is a re-recordable or rewriteable CD that can be used for storing data or music over and over
  • Disc: A disc is exactly the same as a disk. Both ways of spelling are popular. A disk is a popular form of media used for storing computer instructions, data and files. It provides optimal storage because data can be filed and retrieved very quickly by merely accessing a particular track on the disk. There are many types of disks: Floppy disks, Hard Disks, High-capacity removable disks, Compact Discs, Digital Video discs.
  • WMA: Windows Media Audio - An Internet music file system developed by Microsoft. These files are available on many Internet sites. They are compatible with MP3 music files and are transferrable with virtually all MP3 players
  • JPEG: JPEG is an acronym for Joint Experts Photography Group. A graphic file format commonly used with scanned still-images. Attaining high popularity because of its high-compression capabilities, it is rapidly becomeing a graphic standard. MPEG is a variation that is used for full-motion digital video.

Dvd:

  • DVD=Digital Video Disc or Digital Versatile Disc. The DVD is a format for storing audio and visual data. Comparable in size to a CD (compact disc), the DVD has significantly more storage capacity (enough space to store a 133 minute movie) with multi-language title abilities. CDs may be played in a DVD player and DVD players are available for computers and for A/V component systems. DVD features multi-language capabilities, multiple image ratios, parental controls, multi camera angles, and superb frame control. DVD players are available for computer systems (see our Computer Store) and home-theater systems (see our Video Store). DVD is primarily for playback only but there are DVD-RAM recorders emerging among computer perpherals and audio/video components. A typical DVD stores about 4.7GB of data and some new DVD versions will hold about 9.4GB. Compared to the Recordable CD, which holds about 650MB to 700MB, DVD may soon overshadow CDs in popularity

Remote Control:

  • Common device used to control a TV, stereo, computer, air conditioner, DVD player from a distance.
  • There are two types of remote control technologies that are commonly used. RF or Radio Frequency uses signals that can controls devices through walls from anywhere at home, usually within 35 feet of the device being controlled. IR or InfraRed is for in same room only.
  • A Universal or Learning Remote Control can be used to replace several remot6e controllers with just one remote.

Specification:

  • Disc Capacity : 1
  • Power Supply : Battery / 110-220 Volts AC
  • Type of DVD Unit : Component DVD Player
  • DiVX Play Compatible : Yes
  • Disc Compatibility : CD - CDR/W - DVD - DVDR/W
  • TV Broadcast Standard : NTSC PAL

Warranty and Support:

  • Lifetime warranty on the code free functionality of the unit - Full Details
  • 30 days exchange - Full Details
  • 1 year limited repair warranty - Full Details

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