Rip & Go Technology - Direct encoding from CD & radio to mp3 player. No need for a computer
Neo-5 DVD/CD Changer System with an Ultra-Compact Design - 5 Disc DVD/CD changer for easy loading with and ultra-compact design. Simultaneous play and load
250 Watts Total System Power - 40 Watts x 5 with a 50 Watt Subwofer
Multi-Format Playback - Plays DVD, DVD-R/-RW, CD, CD-R/RW, mp3, WMA, VCD, SVCD and JPEG
USB Host - Plug in your mp3 player and record/rip from CD directly to the player without a computer, or listen to your music on the player through the audio system
Perfect for smaller living rooms, the RCA RTD209 home theater in a box (HTIB) system provides everything you need to create immersive an immersive movie theater experience in your own home. And with the USB host function, you can directly encode music from CDs or the radio right onto the MP3 player without having to rip onto your PC first.
This HTIB includes a 5-disc DVD/CD changer and integrated digital AM/FM tuner with 250 watts of total power and a full set of 5.1-channel surround sound speakers (one center channel, two front left/right, two back left/right, and one subwoofer). The Neo-5 DVD/CD changer system offers an ultra-compact design and simultaneous load and play capability. The DVD player is compatible with standard DVD movie and CD audio discs as well as DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD-R/RW, and (S)VCD disc formats and MP3, WMA, and JPEG digital formats.
Connect most MP3 players, thumbdrives and digital cameras through the front USB jack and enjoy your music or photos from the home theatre system. The Dolby Digital decoder creates a home theatre experience with up to 5.1 channels of wide band frequency response. The five main discrete channels have a 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response. The component video output provides optimal video quality for viewing DVDs on compatible HDTVs.
Component video (also called Y/Pb/Pr) features a three-jack video input, which provides separate connections for luminance (Y), blue color difference (PB) and red color difference (PR). This results in increased bandwidth for color information, resulting in a more accurate picture with clearer color reproduction and less bleeding than you would get with S-Video or composite (RCA yellow video plug) connections. You will need a separate RCA left/right audio cable for sound.