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The Pioneer DV-610AV-K is an affordable, universal DVD/CD player that supports DVDs and CDs with SACD/MPEG-4/SVCD/DivX/WMV movie

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Supports MP3 on DVD

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Good quality output

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Easy to use interface

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Read a lot of formats

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.

Not all MP4 supported

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Cannot play .M4V files from a Memory Stick or from burned disc.

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USB connector can't handle external hard drives

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Can't play DTS music from USB

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Can't handle DTS on DVD (only on CD)

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.


The Pioneer DV-610AV-K is an affordable, universal DVD/CD player that supports DVDs and CDs with SACD/MPEG-4/SVCD/DivX/WMV movies, MP3/WMA/AAC audio, and high-definition JPEG images. It features a convenient front-in USB host for plugging in an MP3 player or memory stick for quick audio playback. Plus, the DV-610AV-K can record CDs to USB in MP3. Most notable about the DV-610AV-K is its HDMI output with 1080p upscaling, thereby allowing users to watch their standard DVDs in high-definition quality. Additional features of the Pioneer DV-610AV-K DVD player include a Virtual Surround Sound feature for realistic 3D audio effects, and an advanced Disc Navigator with moving thumbnails. The Pioneer DV-610AV-K retails for $129.99 and comes with a 2 year limited warranty.

  • Universal DVD/CD Player
  • Video & Audio Playback
  • USB Interface
  • HDMI w/1080p Upscaling
  • Virtual Surround Sound
  • Advanced Disc Navigator
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty
  • Audio Formats: MP3/WMA/AAC
  • Video Formats: SACD/MPEG-4/SVCD/DivX/WMV
  • Image Formats: JPEG
  • Weight: 1.7 Kg
  • HDMI Out
  • Usb Host In
  • Euro-SCART
  • Component Out
  • S-Video Out
  • Coaxial Out
  • Optical Out
Post Review
01/03/2011 08:49

I bought the Pioneer DV-610-Av-K last week from and worked great until last night. The deal is that it will now only play Region 1 discs. When I try to play anything else I get a blue screen and it says "mode not supported."

I tried resetting it but that didn't help, except it allowed me to watch a Region 1 DVD. While it was working I went back to the initial setup and made sure the settings were correct. Put in a Region 2 DVD and had the same problem.

Odd thing is that the video resolution seems to keep changing from 480p to 576p when I put in a Region 2 disc, even after it's been reset back to 480p and the initial settings say 480p.

Anyone have an idea why this is happening and how it can be fixed? I'd hate to return it if there's a simple solution.

Thanks a lot!

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