Goodwill Industries recently purchased 75 of Videotel Inc.'s HD2600 industrial looping DVD players as test equipment for all donated televisions that come through its donation facilities nationwide, according to an announcement from Videotel, a provider and manufacturer of industrial and commercial upscaling HD DVD players, multimedia and audio players for digital signage and video content.
The HD2600 is an HD commercial-grade, UL-approved, heavy-duty DVD player that automatically powers on, auto plays, seamlessly auto loops and auto repeats without manual interaction. Designed for use as a digital signage player or traditional looping DVD player, the HD2600 is built for rugged use for any video content to improve communication, advertise, educate, inform and entertain any audience, the company said. But the player is so powerful and reliable, the company said, it can also be used as test equipment in labs.
"Since discovering the Videotel HD2600 industrial DVD player, we have gone to this product exclusively," Jon Manning, facility manager for Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, said in the announcement. "The HD2600's combination of rugged durability, size and price makes it a no-brainer choice."
Videotel said that for companies such as Goodwill Industries that need reliable audio/video resources, the HD2600 DVD player fits the bill, allowing for continuous play 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, regardless of planned or unforeseen power outages.
"We are happy to support the mission of Goodwill Industries, offering them a reliable solution to test the electronic equipment that comes through their vast donation facilities," Lisa Schneider, Videotel's vice president of business development and market strategy, said in the announcement.
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