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 The Portable DVD Player by Philips Is A Choice In Portable Entertainment

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PostSubject: The Portable DVD Player by Philips Is A Choice In Portable Entertainment   Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:02 am

In an increasingly crowded marketplace, the curb your enthusiasm season 8 dvd box set stands out. It offers a wide array of features that make using it a breeze. Let's take a look at just what this player offers. Phillips offers two models, the PET717/94 and the PET727/94. Both of these models have much more in common than not.
The first couple of features that need to be considered with any portable player are weight and battery life. Weighing in at just.66kg (just under 1.5lbs) this player is very light indeed. The inclusion of a traveling case for the PET727/94 increases its portability. The case can be opened and strapped to the headrest for in car use. The battery life for the PET717/94 is rated at 2.5 hours. The curb your enthusiasm dvd set at 3 hours. If that's not enough time, the PET727/94 includes a cigarette lighter charger for on-the-go charging. Other included accessories are an adaptor for charging from a regular wall outlet, a remote control and A/V cables. The owner's manual is clearly laid out and easy to use.
So it's easy to carry and charge and has a good variety of accessories included. But how's the picture and sound? The screen uses the walking dead series dvd box set technology. This gives a great picture and helps contribute to the players light weight. A 7" screen gives a clear picture in format. The anti-glare polarizer prevents the distraction of reflections from sunlight and florescent lighting. There are built-in speakers in the player as well as a jack. The signal to noise ratio is >80dB for the earphones and >62dB for the built in speakers. The only difference between the two models in the sound department is that the PET717/94 has slightly lower output in the headphones than the PET727/94.
What's going to come out of those speakers? The audio media that this player can handle includes CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3-CD and it uses Dolby Digital and MP3 compression formats. The playback capabilities are even more extensive. They include the walking dead season 1 dvd, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, SVCD, Video CD, Picture CD, CD, CD-R/CD-RW, CD, and MP3-CD. This opens your viewing up to not only the dead man walking dvd that were recorded by a manufacturer but things that you've recorded yourself. There's also a USB port so that you can listen to or view any images that are stored on a USB flash drive.


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