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In Excellent condition, used very little as a SUPER AUDIO CD PLAYER on a secondary hifi system. One scratch on remote control but fully functional.
Multi-Format Player: The DVD-2200 offers playback of both ultra high-resolution multi-channel audio formats: DVD-Audio and SACD (Super Audio Compact Disc). Both formats, with their wide frequency responses, capture subtle details that make music sound richer and more real. This unit features a 5.1-channel output for multi-channel playback compatibility.
Thorough Vibration-resistant Design: The DVD-2200 was designed to suppress unwanted vibrations. The pickup mechanism is positioned at the center to reduce the effects of external vibrations.
Discrete Design: All circuits have been given a discrete design, a feature inherited from high-end equipment, to thoroughly suppress interference and ensure high-quality sound and video playback. The audio and video circuits have been mounted on separate boards that are in complete isolation from each other in order to thoroughly suppress high-frequency video noise. The power section has been given a discrete design as well, with separate power units provided for the audio block, video block and digital block, ensuring a clean, stable supply of power to all circuits.
Video D/A Converter: The DVD-2200 uses a 12-bit, 108-MHz video D/A converter to ensure highly accurate playback of delicate, low-level video signals, giving you a vivid picture that is faithful in every detail. Oversampling of 4x is used for both Progressive and Interlaced video signals, allowing more detailed D/A conversion. Higher quality picture reproduction is also possible thanks to a filter with flexible shutout characteristics that is used for the analog filter in the latter stage. Furthermore, the DVD-2200 uses two separate video D/A converters to process Progressive and Interlaced signals. This eliminates mutual interference between the Progressive and Interlaced signals.
Audio D/A Converter: The DVD-2200 uses a Burr-Brown 24-bit, 192-kHz audio D/A converter that is well protected from noise caused by fluctuations in current from the power supply. This high performance D/A converter allows not only input of the 24-bit/192 kHz data of DVD-Audio discs, it also includes an analog pure FIR filter for ideal DSD playback of Super Audio CDs. Furthermore, the same DAC is used unsparingly for the surround, center and LFE channels to provide optimum sound quality during multi-channel playback as well.
Noise Shaped Video (NSV): The NSV feature works in the digital domain to reduce noise in the video signal frequency band in order to enhance video signal linearity.
Super Sub Alias Filter: The S/N ratio can be improved when unwanted signals of higher than 6.75 MHz following D/A conversion are cut. The DVD-2200 uses a Super Sub Alias Filter that produces flat characteristics, ensuring that adverse influences do not affect video signals inside the essential frequency band, and folding noise is eliminated. In the DVD-2200, the Super Sub Alias Filter is applied to the chroma signal as well as the luminance signal, improving color reproduction.
PureProgressive Circuit: The DVD-2200's interlace-to-progressive converter is the new SiI 504 Converter with PureProgressive circuitry from Silicon Image. The SiI 504 features faster moving picture detection and improved film/video mode recognition capability. PureProgressive is capable of processing 6 billion operations per second, providing the finest in motion-adaptive de-interlacing. PureProgressive features 3:2 pulldown detection, which converts 24 fps film-based material to 60 fps TV/Video playback, while also detecting video-based material animation and graphics.
Component Video Output: In addition to the composite video output and the S-video output, this unit is equipped with a set of component video outputs. When connected to a television with a component video input, the component video output of this unit will provide picture color and detail that is superior to video from composite and S-video outputs. The component outputs can be set to pass either progressive or interlaced video.
Pure Direct Mode: The DVD-2200 includes a Pure Direct mode that further improves sound quality. For example, during analog audio output, Pure Direct can turn off video signal outputs and the front panel display, which can easily influence the sound quality of the analog audio signals.
8 MB Buffer Memory: This unit is equipped with an 8 MB buffer memory to ensure that both picture and sound are played without interruption when the DVD disc shifts from layer 1 to layer 2, or in the rare event of a pickup dropout.
Digital Bass Management: When playing DVD-Video, DVD-Audio or Super Audio CD sources, it is possible to adjust speaker configurations. The crossover point is fixed at 80Hz with 12dB high-pass and 24dB low-pass filter slopes.
NTSC/PAL Compatibility: This unit is compatible with both NTSC and PAL video formats. You can set the player for NTSC only, PAL only, or Multi (for playing back both NTSC and PAL).
Picture and Fujicolor Playback: JPEG files stored on Kodak picture CDs, Fujicolor CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs can be played as a slide show and enjoyed on the DVD-2200.
MP3 Playback: This unit will play MP3 files recorded onto CD-R and CD-RW discs using the ISO 9660 format. Each disc can have a maximum of 600 files. The DVD-2200 is not compatible with the following: packet write software, ID3-Tags, play lists, or MP3 PRO.
SRS TruSurround: Using this feature, the multi-channel sound normally achieved with five speakers is recreated using only the two front stereo speakers.
Markers: Up to 5 points on a DVD can be stored in memory and easily recalled. Markers are automatically cleared when the power is turned off or when the tray is opened.
Resume Play Memory Function: When the Stop button is pressed during DVD-Video playback, that position is stored in the memory. When the Play button is pressed after pressing the Stop button, playback resumes from the position where the disc was stopped. The resume play memory function is canceled if the disc tray is opened or the Stop button is pressed a second time.
Program Play: Up to 20 tracks on a Video CD, audio CD, Super Audio CD, or DVD-Audio disc can be programmed and played in any order. Note: The Program Play function does not work with DVD-Video discs or discs containing MP3 files.
Random Play: When playing a Video CD, audio CD or Super Audio CD, you can play the tracks in random order. When playing a disc with MP3 files, you can play the files in random order. When playing a DVD-Audio disc, random playback is performed within the selected group. Note: The Random Play function does not work with DVD-Video discs.
Repeat Play: "A-B Repeat" allows you to select any portion of a title, chapter, or track and play that portion repeatedly. When playing a DVD-Video disc, you can repeat the current title or the current chapter. When playing a DVD-Audio disc, you can repeat the current track or the current group. When playing a Video CD, audio CD or Super Audio CD, you can repeat the current track or the entire disc. When playing a disc with MP3 files, you can repeat the current files or the current folder.
Scan Search: When playing an audio CD or Super Audio CD, there are four fast-play speeds in both directions. When playing a DVD-Video disc, DVD-Audio disc, or Video CD, there are seven fast-play speeds in both directions.
Slow Motion: When playing a DVD-Video disc, you have access to four slow-motion speeds in both directions. When playing a Video CD, you have four forward-only slow motion speeds.
Parental Control: This unit allows you to set playback restrictions for DVDs using Parental Control. Parental Control allows you to restrict playback according to a predetermined level. You can select a parental control rating from 0-8, which is protected by a 4-digit password.
Auto Power-Off: If the unit is in stop mode for approximately 30 minutes, it will automatically switch to standby mode.
Dimmer: The display can be set to one of three brightness levels, or turned off.