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V Bravo D1

V Bravo D1
alaScore 75

12 reviews

Sep, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews of V Bravo D1. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other DVD Players for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other DVD Players the V Bravo D1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 12 reviews)

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Consumer review by: 320CDI (newegg.com)

A great value

 

A great value for the price. Will make the switch to an Hi-Def player once the prices come down.

Nice upconversion. DVI support. Will read all tpes of formats

A possible problem with the power supply.I am currently stress testing the player to see if the power supply will fail. Running it 6 hrs per day for the last 3 weeks and so far it is holding

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Great player, with one (fixable) flaw

 

I'm buying a couple more, one just for a backup or maybe an emergency gift.

Excellent picture quality, long filename support, nice looking menus and file listing displays, DVI output, upsampling, DivX support

As others have mentioned, there's a capacitor on the power supply that will fail. Others have pointed out the web pages for how to fix it. For me it died within 4 hours of use, but it's a quick and easy fix if you have a soldering iron. Usually the...

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: Ace (newegg.com)

I hope this help someone!!!!!!!!!!

 

Great buy and cheap. Maybe the cap will go later or maybe not, but for now I will just enjoy movies on my Vizio Bravo D1 DVD Player. Thanks Newegg you are the greatest.

Player is great once you make a small repair. Great picture and no skipping

After reading all the fixes and reviews, you are not going to beleive this. All I did was replace the IDE cable with a new one. Movies (Mainly DVD-R+) now play that wouldn't play before

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: CAVU (newegg.com)

This player require a $1.59 fix!!

 

Bravo D1 owner's should all review the discussion at

The BEST 1:1 pixel-mapped SD DVD image available on any player at any price. Period. BUT ... (see cons) ; People who say differently have not done their research

There is a $1.59 capacitor in the power supply that WILL fail and cause the symptoms some of the reviewers here have mentioned. Go to http://www.gray.mb.ca/bravo for instructions on how to change the capacitor ; BTW, the remote is lousy but for this...

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Worked for 2 hours

 

You might be able to install another ide drive but it will make more noise than the original.

Very good picture quality while working

Optical drive died after two hours of use

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: JC316 (newegg.com)

Great Product

 

Basicly I looked high and low for a cheap player with DVI output and HD Upconversion and I finally found this one. It's a great product and I am very satisfied with my puchase. 1080i is incredibly clear, major difference from 480p. I have an RCA 52"...

1.DVI Output ; 2.Price ; 3.Picture Quality

1.Sometimes I get no picture and have to turn the player off and then on ; 2. Menu is terrible ; 3. Lack of DVI or Componet cables

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: hey (newegg.com)

Decent dvd player

 

The "uncommon" video formats like xvid will not play. It says it plays DIVX and it plays ONLY DIVX, along with the regular formats (DVD, etc...)

It plays DVD's and many different brands of CD-R's and recordable DVD's

Does not play xvid

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: madgamer48 (newegg.com)

Great

 

What kind of converter did you you to get it to work with a D-Sub monitor only and how do you turn off macrovision

Picture is amazing. Sounds great and plays all sorts of divx files

a little big

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: lonegunmen (newegg.com)

VIZIO Bravo D1 DVD Player with DVI

 

I could not buy a nicer unit up here in Wis.for that price and loaded with these disk options.Progressive scan a plus real jump from my Toshiba with no features. GREAT BUY for the money :}

Reads everyone of my disk and than some. Fits nicely with my 42 plasma ; Very nice DEAL

UPS shipping My bad I usally pay extra for FEDEX well worth the couple extra $$. Have to setup when inserting DVD to play (movies)gives you instructions on what format DVD (480 720 1080 )will play in

Nov, 2006

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

VIZIO Bravo D1 DVD Player with DVI

 

Well this player has very good video quality through the dvi and and can convert the signal to a vga with an adapter, just get rid of macrovision. This player is worth it for the price. 1080i is the way to go

The loader for this player (optical drive) died after three days of using it so i just ripped open the player and replaced it with a samsung drive. Very easy to do its just like replacing an optical drive

Nov, 2006
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Product Specifications

Take your home entertainment to the next level with the BRAVO D1 DVI Enabled Media Player. Based on the Sigma Designs EM8500, a state-of-the-art single chip media processor, the Bravo D1 has the ability to read multiple media types including DVD Video, Video CD, and CD-R/RWs.

Audio System

Sound Output Mode:Stereo

Dimensions & Weight

Depth:12.2in
Height:2.6in
Width:16.9in

DVD

Form Factor:Tabletop
Media Load Type:Tray
Media Type:CD / CD-R / CD-RW / DVD / DVD-R / DVD+R / Kodak Picture CD / SVCD / Video CD
Supported Digital Audio Standards:MP3 / PCM
Type:DVD player

Header

Manufacturer:VIZIO
Model:D1
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:V Bravo

Service & Support

Type:1 year warranty

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