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Will this blue ray player accept a 64GB USB FLash?


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chipper1

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I have a USB Flash Driver iBoutique exfat 64GB. I have video files in the format of MPG, VOB, WMP, MP4 and AVI.

Can you tell me of a Media player or Blue Ray player or something similar that will be suitable? if not please can you tell me of an alternative?
I would like to play then on my TV, my TV only has a scart lead socket on the back.

I was looking at this particular blue ray but not sure if it work fufil my needs? Does anyone know?

http://www.amazon.co...&s=home-theater

Sony BDPS185B.CEK SMART internet enabled Blu-ray Player

My TV only has a scart socket. Would this product work with that? or would I need some kind of adaptor?

Hope someone can help?

Thanks
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phillpower2

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Hello chipper1

There is no Scart connection on the Sony B/R player, see below;

Terminals

HDMI Output x 1

Component Video Output NO

D Terminal NO

S-Video Output NO

Composite Video Output x 1

Optical Audio Output NO

Coaxial Audio Output x 1

Analog Audio 7.1ch Output NO

Analog Audio 2ch Output x 1

Mic Jac NO

Ethernet YES

Rear USB NO

Front USB YES

Full specs @ http://www.sony.co.u...cifications#tab

Two options are to use a Scart to HDMI convertor box (expensive) or a cable like the example @ http://www.systo.co....ble-chb002.html please ensure compatibility before making any purchase.
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Thanks Phill, is there ANY thing at all, any kind of Blue ray or media player that someone here may know of and can share with me a link to that will allow me to watch my Movies on my TV using a USB EXFAT 64GB with my Video files in the format of MPG, VOB, WMP, MP4 and AVI, my TV only has two scart lead sockets on the back and on the front of my TV it has Audio In white and red and Yellow Video In.
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You are welcome chipper1 :thumbsup:

The Scart socket on your TV is the problem I`m afraid, an example box which can help you overcome this http://www.amazon.co...sxp_grid_pt_2_0
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