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ak47 07-13-2003 03:24 PM

KVCD on A DVD-VCR combo
 
Does anyone have a DVD-VCR combo that supports either kvcd X3 mpeg-1 or mpeg-2. My bro needs one and I don't want him buy and returning them until he finds one.


P.S. sorry Kwag if I ask for combo's here since it say Standalone DVD/VCD players.

willy_annand 07-13-2003 06:26 PM

Head over to dvdrhelp.com, you can do a search of their DVD Players.

ak47 07-13-2003 10:44 PM

Well I know about dvdrhelp.com (which was vcdhelp.com) the point is I want to know a DVD-VHS that support Kwag's kvcd X3 templates.

kwag 07-14-2003 02:04 AM

Hi ak47,

The best test it to take one of your own KVCDx3 CDs to a store, and test it on a player :)

-kwag

ak47 07-14-2003 01:59 PM

Thanx kwag, but I have one more question what stores you tried it on and was there any stores that didn't let you.

kwag 07-14-2003 02:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ak47
Thanx kwag, but I have one more question what stores you tried it on and was there any stores that didn't let you.

Any Sears Brand Central should let you test it. If other stores don't let you test the merchandise, say bye bye to them :D

You can allways tell them the following note, which I took from another site ;)
"So before you buy any DVD check the specifications and do not forget the line usually at the end of the user manual that reads: Specifications subject to change without notice. Take a test CD with you and ask to test the DVD, if somebody starts to complain just point that line."

-kwag

ak47 07-15-2003 05:38 PM

I just realized this when I was looking around. DVD-VHS combos are a complete rip off. You can get one for $140(but there are usually crappy) and some I saw for $199. Or you can get a Cyberhome 300 DVD for 59.99 and a JVC 4-Head HiFi Stereo VCR with SQPB for 49.99 a grand total of $110 which is cheaper then cheapest DVD combo I saw (which was $120 which was massive and a company I never heard of). If you stack the two players any way it is the same size as a normal DVD-VHS combo. Thatís my $0.02.

kwag 07-15-2003 05:48 PM

As they say: "Don't put all the eggs on the same basket" :mrgreen:
It's better to have two separate units, and if one goes bad, you don't loose everything ;)

-kwag

EnNiS 07-28-2003 10:37 PM

i got a good Toshiba SD-1200 i think it is
it plays kvcd im pretty sure

wen u sayed that tehre the same size stacked, no cuz these things are side by side, and its ratehr small, like the size of a big dvd player

cya


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