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    Lite-On LVD 2001 and LVR 1001 Review
    Author: Daniel Toppler
    Date Posted: June 11th, 2003
    SLRating - Lite-On LVD 2001 DVD drive: SLRating: 8/10
    SLRating Lite-On LVR 1001 DVD drive: SLRating: 9/10
    Bottom Line: Lite-On have launched their new DVD players, we got our hands on two of them, read on to find out what we thought of them in our official review...

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    Lite-On LVD-2001


    The Lite-On LVD-2001 is a sleek, silver set-top player that should look good in any home theatre environment. It’s thin, silver, and looks great. On the front, you’ll find the power button, the DVD drive, various playback controls, and a PCMCIA slot for a memory card reader. The front part of the drive is mostly a shiny black, which looks great with the silver body of the drive.

    There isn’t much on the front of the LVD-2001, but it has everything you need.

    On the back of the LVD-2001, you’ll find a lot more. There are S-Video inputs and outputs, composite inputs and outputs, and digital audio input. You’ll, also, of course, find the power connector. It isn’t stylish on the back of the LVD-2001, but how often do you look at the back of your set-top DVD player?


    The Package and Installation

    The package came in a box that was secured using foam blocks. The drive was sturdy, and the accessories were included in a box that was on the side of the package. The box seemed sturdy, so I wouldn’t expect anyone to have any shipping damages problems.

    In the box, once everything was removed, I found a manual that was fully in Japanese. This is OK, considering this is a Asia-Pacific model, but hopefully they’ll ship an English manual in the American version. There’s also the actual player, the remote (with two Energizer AAA batteries), a warranty card (in English), as well as a power cable a composite video/audio cable. The package was good, but nothing that you wouldn’t find in any other DVD players’ box.

    Installation was like any other set-top DVD player. Plug the drive into AC power, and put the composite cable from the output connection from the player into the input connector on the TV. There’s not much to it. As soon as that’s done, you’re ready to play DVD’s.


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    1. Introduction
    2. LVD 2001 Design
    3. LVD 2001 Features
    4. LVD 2001 Results/option>
    5. LVD 2001 Conclusions
    6. LVR 1001 Design
    7. LVR 1001 Features
    8. LVR 1001 Results
    9. LVR 1001 Conclusions
    10. Gallery

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