Advantages Looks good, Lasts a while, Cheap and has expensive parts
Disadvantages None Really
I have had this video player for some time now, yes I know what the hell am I doing with a video player. Well truth be it I have 3 video players in my house, I still have a need for them and until I stop using them I will keep them.**Searching**
As usual my searches takes me to a few local electrical stores, usually I decide to buy from Argos or Currys. This particular Video player the Aiwa HVGX1400 was available in Currys at a £149.99. I was able to take it away that day from the store. I purely chose this model over all the others mainly due to the fact that it was on special offer and the sales assistants kept telling me how good it was. SOLD**Getting it home**
The part we all love! You will be pleasantly surprised when you get this video player home. In its little cardboard box which is fairly small you will find the following~Instruction booklet~ this is very well detailed, a thin booklet only written in English that covers all aspects of this great video player. From getting set up to problem solving you will find all the information in here. Should you not be able to solve the problem you have you will find all the contact details for Aiwa at the rear of this booklet. This is certainly a decent instruction booklet that will definitely help anyone.
Scart Connector~ provided free of charge from Aiwa this connecter is a great way to connect your video to the television. It gives you the best possible picture and sound quality available.Batteries~ you are provided with 4 AA batteries which are for the remote control, now the control only takes 2. So why 4 you ask? Well I tell you they provide you with 4 in case that the first 2 don't last that long.
Remote control~ when you first see it you will think OH MY GOD! There are so many buttons on it when you first look, but as soon as you have taken the time to look at the buttons you will soon notice that there are not all that many different buttons. There are a total of 26 buttons which control everything from the power on and off, eject, Ad-skip, video plus and many more not to mention the usual play, rewind, forward, stop, record and pause. I love the fact that you can control the entire video from this rather cool remote control; the control is not that big is size and is grey in colour.Guarantee Card~ Direct from Aiwa they ask you to complete it and return to them to ensure you get your one years guarantee. I never completed this as I am aware that should the have any problems with the video during the first year, you can take it back to the shop you bought it from along with your receipt and they will arrange to be fixed. **The Look**
A neat silvery/gold colour this video player was certainly a looker in its time. The video is the entire one colour with only a difference at the front control panel. There is a LCD display panel that allow you to see what you are programming. The time is always visible on the display panel.**Setting up**
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