Advantages Plays rental discs
Disadvantages Doesnt play scratched rental discs
The DVD player is one of the oddities of modern technology - the cheaper and older they are the more likely they are to play rental discs, and its very annoying. I think we have all had the frustrating experience where state-of-the-art kit won't play discs and we are up and down to the player to get through the movie, eventually whacking the box in irritation. For some reason £300 pound players will find every scratch and mark on the disc whilst those sturdy £29.99 jobs with just three buttons on the fascia will pretty much play any film, even those with the disc as rough as Cameron Diaz skin.
To be honest it was a short search, a herring bone pile of them in the aisle at Dixon's at a clearance price of £30 bucks fine by me. I'm not into lots of lights and twiddly buttons and with play and fast- forward clearly marked I took one off the top and was out of their before the annoying spotty attendant could even attempt to sell me a 48 inch plaza to go with.
As you would expect my telly wasn't exactly what you get around the Beckhams, a square analogue peg in a round SCART hole. But I'm like a surgeon with those wires and if you plug the SCART from the Video player into the SCART on the DVD player it doesn't need a SCART socket in the telly. Job done!
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