WTB Lite-on LVD 2001 DVD player

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  1. Lawrence F

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    Is that the 2001 or 2002 in the Target ad?
     
  4. Lawrence F

    Lawrence F Stunt Coordinator

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    It's the 2002.
     
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    What is the differnce with the 2001 and the 2002?

    Mike
     
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    Bump for you, since I'm in the market for one as well...if anybody has any extras, do let me know.
     
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    Patrick Sun Studio Mogul

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    The 2002 doesn't have the upconversion to 1080i output (which is why the 2001 is more desirable).
     
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    Mike, here are 18 pages of information about the infamous (and coveted) 2001.

    Basically, the 2001 upconverts to 1080i via component and has a secret menu to allow region free, macrovision free viewing. The 2002 doesn't, it's more of a "traditional" DVD player
     
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    I don't know which that actually is but the picture is of a LVD-2001. I don't see in the ad a reference to the model number.
     
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    Scott*B Stunt Coordinator

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    You can tell by the PCMCIA Card Slot shown in the picture. The LVD-2002 does not have it. The player pictured in that photo does have it. Interesting.
     
  11. Eric Samonte

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    Would be nice if Target had the 2001. I sure would in the market to get one in a B&M store with a good return policy. I'd really hate to buy one of the internet and find problems which will prompt me to return it.
     
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    Target lists that as web only. So even if they had in any stock AND it was the LVD-2001 and not the LVD-2002, then you'd still have to buy it off the internet.
     

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