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By-passing the Optical disc

Wharfedale Diamond 12 Series

jayantadak

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Hi,

I am just fresh from the unsuccessful attempt to play a burnt CD through a DVD player. I had expressed in my previous posts. I was just thinking about a way of by-passing the CD burning process and playing the same via a DVD player for a larger screen TV. Just correct me I am thinking on the wrong track:

After getting a video content, transfer the same on pendrive, and attach the same to a DVD player which has a USB drive. It may sound easy option but I have a few doubts of the Picture quality and the sound quality, will the home theatre system do justice to the pendrive stored content... or should I say the other way round.

I have also heard of different formats such as mkv avi divx etc. No doubt, they all would be stored on the pendrive, but can a DVD player with USB handle all these formats. Or one has to upgrade to a DVD player which supports all these formats. Are there any such DVD players available ?

Pl let me know. Thanks and regards.

JAYANT ADAK
 

spirovious

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mkv may not play on DVDp/USB, but other formatt can.Check DVDp speci which has max codec/decoder list.
 

argho

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Hi,

I am just fresh from the unsuccessful attempt to play a burnt CD through a DVD player. I had expressed in my previous posts. I was just thinking about a way of by-passing the CD burning process and playing the same via a DVD player for a larger screen TV. Just correct me I am thinking on the wrong track:

After getting a video content, transfer the same on pendrive, and attach the same to a DVD player which has a USB drive. It may sound easy option but I have a few doubts of the Picture quality and the sound quality, will the home theatre system do justice to the pendrive stored content... or should I say the other way round.

I have also heard of different formats such as mkv avi divx etc. No doubt, they all would be stored on the pendrive, but can a DVD player with USB handle all these formats. Or one has to upgrade to a DVD player which supports all these formats. Are there any such DVD players available ?

Pl let me know. Thanks and regards.

JAYANT ADAK

What you need is a WD HT TV Media player.
Its available legally on Ebay.in with full warranty.

Just search for Western Digital HD TV. There are plenty of reviews and an excellent user community for support.
 
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