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Panasonic DVD PV 55

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      20.05.2002 20:30
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      Previous -------- This was my first ever DVD player (and still is). I brought it some time ago now, and it has been superseded by the DVD PV40. Well? ----- This DVD player is soooo small! The remote control is even smaller, running on a watch battery, it is about as thin as 4 cd's stacked! The DVD player itself isn't that much bigger. The quality of the DVD player itself is fantastic, being made of part plastic, and part aluminium. (Looks very nice) How good? --------- Very good . . . . The quality of video is amasing, especially when you 'still' it. The functions are easy to use and understand. Initial set-up is easy, setting up picture format 16:9/4:3 etc. The on-screen GUI (Graphical User Interface) is very good, and easy to navigate. Sound wise, it has abilities for DTS and standard dolby surround. Picture wise, outputs for standard video lead, and S-Video also (S-Video is of a better quality). The DVD player can easily be transported around, and can be used without the remote (you can do almost everything with the buttons on the top of the player itself) The unit is light weight, and is powered using a mains transformer (bringing voltage down to 9V), and you can purchase a battery unit to clip on the bottom of the player. Overall ------- Very good value for money for what it is. If you can get one of the new ones, I'm sure it will be about the same. You can't get much smaller or better! (At the time of launch this player was the smallest in the world, and its features matched the Panasonic flagship DVD player of the time.)

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