Bluray player 12v?

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  1. MannClan

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    hi all is there such a thing as a 12v Bluray player.
    unfortunately our tv does not play them (damn) but plays everything else. have done a couple of searches but not getting anywhere - so I thought I would plumb the depth of knowledge on MHF !!!
     
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    Have a look at the Cyclone Primus V2. It's not a DVD player, I should add. However, it does work off 12 V. will store hundreads of blu-ray films and is ideal for motorhomes.
     
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    Further to my last, it also plays DVD's.
     
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    Thanks for that, eventually found the review with the 12V input listed as a 'Bad' point and the same t:censored:t of a reviewer mentioned that it was no good for anyone over 65 as they wouldn't understand how to operate it :censored::censored::censored:
    Thats me stuffed then.....:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    It comes with a 3 point plug that you can plug into the mains and it reduces the voltage to 12 V. You can purchase a 12V cable (for use in the motorhome )for a couple of squid.
    What many people tend to do is download films from the internet and other media straight to the device. Some people use a VPN service so they can access certain websites and download all the latest high quality (Blu-ray) films for free.
    It is very easy to operate and comes with user instructions.
     
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    I have had the C/P v 2. For a while 2tb
    Runs very well off of 240v (with its plug adapter)or 12v with cigar type plug in lead .plays all formats with ease have hundreds of ripped films and music ,works for me :)
     
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    Hi all, many thanks for your replies I will certainly check it all out. I do have a 500gb hdd connected to the tv with films on but not really enough space to copy the bluray's to.
    once again many thanks
     
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    LG did a lovely 12 volt player which is now discontinued although you can pick up a slightly used one in Amazon.

    It's the LG bp125., I don't know if they made an updated model.
     
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    thanks linda and steph I decided to go with the Sony that landtoftlad mentioned
     
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