Vision Plus TV

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  1. chopper602

    chopper602 Funster

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    Hi,

    I have a wall mounted 18.5" LCD TV by VisionPlus and have found it great so far. As well as using it for Satellite TV, it can also play DVD's and has a slot for USB Memory stick and SD Cards.

    Ideally I'd like to be able to use these last two inputs to play films that I might have in that format, rather than carry a load of DVDs around. I can't find any info on the website and wondered if anyone knew if it's possible ??
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    upload the film etc to stick or SD card.
    insert stick or card in slot
    from menu find input source (may have a button marked source or input mode) and change to USB or SD card and it should play.
     
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    What movies (Formats) you can play will depend on the TV set. The newer the TV the more formats they will be likely to play direct.

    We plug our portable USB hard drive into the USB slot on our TV and it plays most formats no problems from the hard drive.

    Some sets will only read if the usb stick or hard drive is in FAT 32 format..

    Just experiment with your movies from your USB stick.

    Pop it in, press USB option and see what files your TV set reads....:thumb:
     
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    Ok, thanks for that :thumb:, guess I'll just have to stick a few different formats on a stick. Doesn't help that I don't keep the MH here and it's in storage a few miles away
     
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