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    Arrow FS: NIB Brand new Philips DVP-642 DVD player plays DivX and MPEG-4!

    As the title says, this is a philips DVD player which play's DVDs as well as DivX 3.x, 4.x and 5.x files. It also plays Mpeg-4 and VCS/SVCD/Picture CD/Mp3. I bought it a while ago, never opened it, then decided i was going to build an HTPC, so i dont need it anymore. But its pretty neat that you can play DivX's on a set top DVD player!

    Check out attached pics to see the actual box (it says that it plays divx on the box!).

    Here is a retail link (CompUSA), where it sells for $70 plus shipping. I am offering the BRAND NEW unit, so I am looking for, say, $60 shipped, OBO? PM me with questions/offers. Paypal only please.

    Here are the tech specs:

    Superb audio and video performance

    * Progressive Scan for razor-sharp and flicker-free images
    * 4x video unsampling for improved image quality
    * 192kHz/24bit audio DAC

    Plays practically any disc format

    * Movies: DVD, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, VCD, SVCD, MPEG-4 and DivX 3.11/4.x/5.x
    * Music: CD, MP3-CD, CD-R and CD-RW
    * Pictures: Picture CD (JPEG) with music (MP3)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jusatry
    As the title says, this is a philips DVD player which play's DVDs as well as DivX 3.x, 4.x and 5.x files. It also plays Mpeg-4 and VCS/SVCD/Picture CD/Mp3. I bought it a while ago, never opened it, then decided i was going to build an HTPC, so i dont need it anymore. But its pretty neat that you can play DivX's on a set top DVD player!

    Check out attached pics to see the actual box (it says that it plays divx on the box!).

    Here is a retail link (CompUSA), where it sells for $70 plus shipping. I am offering the BRAND NEW unit, so I am looking for, say, $60 shipped, OBO? PM me with questions/offers. Paypal only please.

    Here are the tech specs:

    Superb audio and video performance

    * Progressive Scan for razor-sharp and flicker-free images
    * 4x video unsampling for improved image quality
    * 192kHz/24bit audio DAC

    Plays practically any disc format

    * Movies: DVD, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, VCD, SVCD, MPEG-4 and DivX 3.11/4.x/5.x
    * Music: CD, MP3-CD, CD-R and CD-RW
    * Pictures: Picture CD (JPEG) with music (MP3)
    just want to say i own this same exact model, it is pretty impressive.
    firmware upgrades are REALLY easy.
    and it plays all divx, xvid and everything else

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    Quote Originally Posted by kovan
    just want to say i own this same exact model, it is pretty impressive.
    firmware upgrades are REALLY easy.
    and it plays all divx, xvid and everything else


    Thanks Kovan!

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    My buddy just got one of these - he said that all you have to do to get rid of the region code is to hit 7-8-9 and then the region you want the DVD player to be. So you can watch any DVDs on it too!

    Man i wish i had a use for this, but my 'puter can play anything and it is my TV too ;(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder
    I'll give ya $51

    Haha, thanks


    Sorry guys, but someone bought it locally already.

    Thanks!

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    dang it.
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