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SVA 3.5 Multimedia Centre Player

Stock may vary from item pictured. Retail pictures do not guarantee retail products.

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 25387  
Stock code: ENT-SVA-35
Manuf. code: na
Cust. Rating:   Read reviews.
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Play video, audio and image files through your TV, Supports DivX and Xvid video file formats, Supports 9 varieties of memory card, High speed USB2.0 connection for use as storage device, Remote control included, Folder support, Progressive scan video output.
  • 3.5 inch Hard disk drive enclosure that can play videos and MP3s and view pictures through your TV. No HDD included. Entry level media player and card reader.
  • This may look a bit like a standard external hard drive enclosure, and it can be used as that, but this media player is in actual fact a great addition to your home entertainment system.
  • Insert your own memory cards (all major formats supported) or slide in a spare 3.5" hard drive (upto 500GB) and then just relax yourself on the sofa and use the remote control to flick through your favourite media files.
  • Includes AV and component outputs for TV and VGA output for support with PC monitors.

    Warranty Information:

    Manufacturer arianet
    Warranty Type Aria Warranty Only
    Manufacturer Website
    Manufacturer Phone 0906 47 00 309
    Warranty Period (yrs)1
    Aria Warranty Only? Yes

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    Comment by Tim

    Ricahrd, you can get two figure-8 power leads to connect to the psu brick, that 1/2's your problem. Dave, you have put an HDD in it haven't you? ;-) to check if XP recognises it right-click My Computer > Manage > disk Management and see if it's there, check out my review for tips on formatting with windows

    Response by Nick
    thanks for that Tim

    Comment by dave

    I'm missing the driver CD for this unit and I can't get the driver from the manufacturer's site. Is there any other way of getting hold of the drivers?

    Response by Chris R
    Drivers? Should be picket up by Windows as a Mass storage device. What ver of Windows are you using Dave?

    Comment by Richard Causley

    Good product, make sure the drive is set to master and you format the drive with the software that comes with it. Can you supply a power supply for it? It is a pain having to fish behind the tele to unplug the power when I want to use it on the PC, two supplies would be great!

    Response by Chris R
    Youre right, two power supplies would be a good idea... I'll put the idea forward to the makers!

    Comment by Tim

    Am trying to get my dad to go digital....TV and media centre pc, but he likes to take TV recordings to his mobile home too and I was thinking i'd have to get him a DVD burner and a player at the caravan etc...but this looks IDEAL! Does it come with power supply so it is USB-power-independant? I presume so as its 3.5"

    Response by Chris R
    AC powered, yup.

    Comment by Sleepy

    Any idea when these will be back in stock?

    Response by Chris R
    Dont think there is enough aluminium in production to meet our demand for these babies! We will try to keep stock in as best we can ;) Plenty in at the moment! ;)
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