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Old 17th March 2005, 14:15   #1  |  Link
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Stand-Alone Player/Device Links plus Chip-Set Information

Chip-Set Information Links
Just wondered whether it might be useful to have a "sticky" linking to the various chip-set information threads we have in this section of the forum.....

Listed in alphabetical order

ESS chip-set Information - For Std-Def Devices

MediaTek chip-set (MT1389xx) Information - For Std-Def Devices

Sigma chip-set Information - For Std-Def Devices

Sigma chip-set Information - For High-Def Devices

Zoran chip-set Information - For Std-Def Devices


Confused about MPEG-4 Stand Alone Players/Devices?
If so, take a look at the Stand-alone MPEG-4 (DivX, XviD...) Player Buyers Guide


Nero Digital Certified Devices
Fancy and stand-alone player that offers NeroDigital Certification. Then look here.


Media Streaming Devices
Or, if you're after a smaller device without an DVD drive but with network capability. Then look here.


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Old 17th March 2005, 18:25   #2  |  Link
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I would add this PDF file, as an information link to the ESS Vibratto II Chip-set.
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ESS chip-set Player/Device Information - Std-Def

ESS Vibratto II Devices
Airis: L103E |
Akai: DV-PX7000E |
Clatronic: DVD 592 |
Dimarson: DMR-450 |
Grundig: Livance GDP 2400 |
Hyundai: DV261 | DVX-601P | DVX-701P |
ITT: DVD-VD53 |
JVC: XV-N315 | XV-316 | XV-NP10 |
LG: LH-T6340D | LH-T6345
Mercury: DVD 3783 |
Mustek: V56LM-2E |
Orion: DVD-2602 | DVD-4200 |
Packard-Bell: DVD-DivX 450 Pro |
Panda: DVD-5828 |
Philips: DVP630/00, 630/02, 630/04, 630/05 | DVP632/00, 632/02, 632/04, 632/05 |
Philips: DVP640K/69, 640K/75 | DVP642/17, 642/37 |
RJTech: RJ-1500DVX | RJ-4000DVX |
Strong: SRT 1700 |
Technosonic: MP-305 |
Tevion: DVD-4000 |
Thomson: DTH 222 |
Vestel: 2510 5.1 DivX |
XMS: XMS-888 |
XORO: HSD 310 | HSD 415 | HSD 402plus |

ESS Vibratto I Devices
Grundig: GDP 3300 |
Loomax: DivX-DVD X-50 | A-230 |
Nortek: NDVX-110 |
Philips: DVD737 |
Tevion: DR-108 |
Tevion: DVD-3000 |
Xoro: HSD 310 | 311 |
Yamada: DVX-6000 | 6100 | PDiX-770 |


ESS Vibratto-S Devices
Airis: L105D |
SiGMATek: PVR-800 |
Orava: DVD 503 EX |
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Old 27th July 2005, 09:06   #4  |  Link
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ESS Vibratto II Devices
XORO: HSD 310 | HSD 415 | HSD 402plus | HSD 4000
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You mentioned the Xoro 4000 to have a ESS Vibratto II Device.
But as Xoro 4000 is the same as Siemssen 5000ND it should have a Zoran Device.
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Old 27th July 2005, 09:45   #5  |  Link
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Hi ffreese,

Do you have one of these players yourself?


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Do you have one of these players yourself?
I had the Siemssen SCO 5000 ND - but I returned it because of a bad loader.

Actually I own the Xoro 4000 and the Tevion 6000, which also is a Siemssen SCO 5000 ND clone.

U can find pictures taken of an open Xoro 4000 with Zoran here: http://www.dvdboard.de/forum/showthr...threadid=87158

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Thank you very much Frank

I've amended my chip-set information. And in my NeroDigital Certified Device Information and Links thread, I've included the DVDBoard.de forum link you provided.

May I ask what you think about the player. And how well does it perform with NeroDigital encodes (in .MP4)?


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MediaTek chip-set Player/Device Information - Std-Def

MediaTek MT1389xx Chip-Set Devices

Amstrad: DX 3016 |
Asono: DVDX70 |
Atacom: DV967 |
Bellagio: AD-2020
Denver: DVD-158 | DVD-188 DivX | DVD-438 |
DK Digital: DVD-339 |
Doshima: DO-2038 |
Dual: DVD800 | DVD900 |
Dyras: CineMaxX HTDX-989 |
e:max: DVX 601 |
Elta: 8845 MP4 | 8883 |
Eltax: MovieStar |
Gericom: AD2020 |
H&B: DX-3220 | DX-3255 | HT-6500 |
Hometech: HT1000DX | HT2000DX | HT800DX | HT967DX |
Hyundai: DV-3804B |
IISonic: II2316P |
LG: DV-8631V | DV-8931H | DVX-9900
Lifetec: LT 7457 |
Medion: MD 42068 | MD 7457 |
Millenium: MN 9600 |
OPPO: DV971H |
Packard Bell: DVD-DivX 100 |
Peekton: PK6003 | PK6004 | PK6005 | PK6005 MK2 | PK6006 |
Philips: DVP3010 | DVP720SA | DVP721VR | DVP762 | LX3900SA | LX3950W | LX8300SA | DVP5140 |
Phonotrend: DVD-2870 |
Pioneer: DV-470 | DV-575A | DV-588A-S | DV-676A | DV-393 | DV-490 |
Portland: PVD-1000 |
Rimax: MPEG4 DivX DVD Multiplayer |
Sigmatek: XM-300s Pro | XM-400 Pro | XM-600 Pro |
Siltex: DV967 |
Silvercrest: KH 6507 |
Starmedia: DivX5000 |
Tamashi: DHT i3000 |
Tangent: D-400 |
Targa: DP-5100x |
Thomson: DTH-223E | DTH-233E |
Waitec: DVD X5 | Vision SLX |
Xoro: HSD 311 Pro | HSD 400 Pro |
Yakumo: DVD Master DX4 |
Yamada: DVX-6600 | DVX-6700 | DVD S550 |
Zensonic: Z330 |
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Sigma chip-set Player/Device Information - Std-Def

Sigma EM8475/6 Chip-set Devices
Sigma: Xcard |


Sigma EM851x Chip-set Devices
TViX: TivX Range |


Sigma EM850x Chip-set Devices
Akai: DV-PX7000 |
Amstrad: DX 3014 |
Elta: 8882 |
H&B: DX-3110 |
Hiteker: HE-920 DivX
Jamo: DVR 50 |
KiSS: DP-450 | DP-470 |
LiteOn: LVD-2001 | LVD-2002 |
Momitsu: V880 |
NeuNeo:
Neuston: Maestro DVX-1201 |
Orava: DVD-503 |
Scott: DVD 842 |
Sigmatek: X-100 |
Technosonic: MP-101 | MP-107 |
Transgear: DVX-500E |
United: DVX 4066M |
Waitec: DVD X4 |
Woxter: DVD X-DIV 500 |
Xoro: HSD 420 |
Yamakawa: 365 |


Sigma EM855x Chip-set Devices
KiSS: DP-1000 | DP-1500 | DP-1504 | DP-1508 | DP-500 | DP-508 |
ADS: Media-Link MXL-581 |
Liteon: LVD 2010 |
Momitsu: V880N |
Pinnacle: ShowCenter 1000 |
Trans-Gear: DVX 500e |


Sigma EM856x Chip-set Devices
KiSS: DP-558 |
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Sigma chip-set Player/Device Information - High-Def

Sigma EM8620L Chip-set Devices
Buffalo: LinkTheater PC-P3LWG/DVD |
ContelDigital: DV228N1 (Manufacturers Link) |
Helios: X3000 | X5000 (Suppliers Link)
I-O DATA: AVeL LinkPlayer2 AVLP2/DVDLA |
JVC: SRDVD-100U (Manufacturers Link) |
KiSS: DP-600 |
Pinnacle Systems: ShowCenter 200 (Doom9 Forum Link) |
Quartek: WHD500-V9 (Manufacturers Link) |
SnaZio: Net DVD Cinema HD SZ1350 (AVS Forum Link ) |
Xoro: HSD 8500 (Manufacturers Link) |
Zensonic: Z500 (Manufacturers Forum) |
Ziova: CS505 (Manufacturers Link) |


Sigma EM8622L Chip-set Devices
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Sigma EM8624L Chip-set Devices
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Sigma SMP8630 Chip-set Devices
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Zoran chip-set Player/Device Information - Std-Def

Zoran Vaddis 7
Samsung: DVD-P244 | DVD-P245 | DVD HD-745 | DVD-HD950 |
Toshiba: SD-340E |


Zoran Vaddis 7 (776)
Aldi: TEV-3204-2 (Tevion 4000) |
Cyberhome: 462 |
Magnavox: MDV 430 |
Orava: DVD504 |
Rowa: RDVD104 |
Siemssen: SCO 5000 ND |
Tevion: DVD 5000 |
Wharfedale: 800 |
XORO: HSD 4000 |
Yamada: DVD-6500x |


Zoran Vaddis 7 (778)
Philips: DVP5900 (entire range) |
Samsung: DVD-P240K |


Zoran Vaddis 8 (882)
LG: DVX-162 | DVX-171 | DVX-172 | DN100H |


Zoran Vaddis 8 (888)
Arcam: DV137 |
ELTA: 8847MP4 |
LG: DNX190UH | DNX190MH | DN191H |
Muvid: 208 |
RCA: DRC255N |
Samsung: DVD-HD860 |
Silvercrest: 6515
Tevion: DVD 8000 |
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Liteon LVD 2010 is sigma 8550
Trans-Gear DVX 500e is sigma 8550

the only diff between these two machines is the badge and the firmware
they can't play QPEL encoded data, and are only STD def
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Hi!

If that is the same chipset as my Philips DVP 642/37, you may have to do the following:

For discs with .AVIs and SEPARATE subtitle files, the subtitles files MUST be named:

"Divx-subtitle 1.srt"
"Divx-subtitle 2.srt"
etc.

Acceptable subttile formats are .srt, .smi, .sub...
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For discs with .AVIs and SEPARATE subtitle files, the subtitles files MUST be named:
"Divx-subtitle 1.srt"
"Divx-subtitle 2.srt"
etc.
setarip_old thanks for the advice, but i allready treid that
i used nero for writing cds and i named the files 1.avi and 1.srt
the subtitle file is in correct format, no errors or wicked characters
i tried also the sub format
but in the menu there is ONLY the avi file showed
i used the buttons on the remote before an while playing the movie and still doesn't work
i search for an update but there is none, only the "official" one but it didn't work with that also
there is an update for that chip but other player mercury 3873
but a friend of mine who had also a clatronic used and the player remains in stand by, it doesn't eject the disc anymore and the remote is not responding
i'm sorry for my english and hope to hear good news
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still no subtitles

please, any help ?
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but a friend of mine who had also a clatronic used and the player remains in stand by, it doesn't eject the disc anymore and the remote is not responding
To eject the disc, you could try the following (without using the remote control): -

"Switch off" player (at the player).
Press and hold down the players "eject button".
"Switch on" the player.
After a few seconds the players CD tray might open. If it does, release the "eject button".

The above does not work for all players.


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setarip_old thanks for the advice, but i allready treid that
i used nero for writing cds and i named the files 1.avi and 1.srt
The subtitle filenames I posted are NOT examples, they are literal. Even if your movie file is named "PolarExpress.AVI", name the subtitle file "Divx-subtitle 1.srt"
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ok, thanks
i'll try the above advices

thanks again and happy new year
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The subtitle filenames I posted are NOT examples, they are literal. Even if your movie file is named "PolarExpress.AVI", name the subtitle file "Divx-subtitle 1.srt"
That is just dumb Why don't they fix their firmware to support de-facto naming standards? Like:

Movie.avi
Movie.srt

...or even better:
Movie.avi
Movie.English.srt
Movie.Swedish.srt
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