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am i just missing something about the me3 here? but seems like everyone w/rnse has this unit instead of any others. is there a particular reason? just curious
 

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It's relatively low price, plays DVD's, MP3's etc, and has a built in TV tuner. IIRC there aren't many like it for its price, or size, not to mention it's not too shabby resolution wise.
 

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Built in TV tuner? Oh Yea!

You mean that I can use the handheld remote to tune in "over the air" tv for viewing on the screen? If so, I'm changing out the DVD player in the Denali! Answered my own questions...Look!
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Blaupunkt's versatile DVD-ME3 DVD player not only plays your DVD movies, but also handles your video CDs, audio CD-Rs and CD-RWs, MP3 files burned onto CD-R or CD-RW discs, and store-bought CDs, too. The compact player will fit in a convenient spot in your vehicle, and can be mounted horizontally or vertically.

The DVD-ME3's audio/video output connects to your system's video screen (the DVD-ME3 does not include a screen). A front-panel audio/video input allows for the easy connection of another component, like a camcorder or video game; another A/V input lets you add a second source.

The DVD player also features a built-in TV tuner — connect a mobile TV antenna, and you'll be able to catch over-the-air broadcasts in your car. And you can use the digital audio output to send a DVD's multichannel soundtrack to an optional surround-sound processor. A wireless remote control is included.
 

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my ME3 gives me some trouble from time to time..

the video freezes up quite a bit (either mid movie or even on the main menu).. sometime it actually restarts from the very beginning..

i dont know if the problem is with the unit itself or that i mostly use backed-up DVDs (i know want to ruin the originals by cooking them in hot car or scratching them in those soft cases).. i have done some testing with original DVDs - i think it still gave me some problems, but i need to test a bit more..

i got it on ebay.. i should have followed teddy's advice (in one of his links) and bought from an authorize distributor so i could have it repaired under warranty.. i think the ebay sell offered a warranty, i could check with them..
 
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