Wharfedale 750 DVD Reviews
Product Type: Wharfedale DVD players
Newest Review: ... performance. The improvement in quality when playing CDs thorugh my mini system amp using the Wharfdale rather than the ... more
Customer Wharfedale 750 DVD Reviews (25)
by - written on 18/05/01, updated on 18/05/01 (Very useful, 324 readings)
I've had a wharfedale 750s for 5 months now and it is exceptional. Everything about it is practical and efficient, and any negative points are really quite insignificant. The company itself is reknown for producing high quality audio equipment, and very few manufacturers have made such an impact with their first effort. Picture-The picture quality is superb, watching in either PAL or NTSC formats. The colours are vivid, and it handles realistic fleshtones and detail with ease, as it does explosions and complex pyrotechnics. I watched Blade when I first got the player, and I was truly impressed at the crimson of the blood and the definition and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/00, updated on 07/07/00 (Very useful, 459 readings)
Available only at TESCO, I missed this DVD player the first time around as TESCO rapidly sold out of them. I have recently been able to purhcase one however and,I now know why they sold out. This DVD player is remarkable value for money, it is aesthetically pleasing to the eye and functional. It offers much the same capabilities as other DVD players that are on the market at the moment and is around 100 pounds cheaper than some of the other makes. So what can you do with this DVD player? Well, you can play DVD's of course, but not only that, you can zoom in on scenes, you can pan around the scene, view a scene with subtitles and where the DVD allows, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/00, updated on 21/09/00 (Very useful, 697 readings)
Yes, definitely! For me the three most important considerations (apart from price, of course) when buying my DVD player were Picture Quality, Sound Quality and Multi-Region capability, this player meets all three requirements easily. The picture is excellent, and this is helped by the fact the player outputs an RGB signal through the SCART lead (although S-VHS can also be used – but in my opinion RGB is superior). The sound cannot be faulted (and I only listen to it through a normal stereo), and it can be put through either a Dolby 5.1 amp or a DTS amp. Multi-region capability can be enabled by entering a simple code, and I haven’t had any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/00, updated on 11/11/00 (Very useful, 1337 readings)
I am writing my review of the newer version Wharfedale DVD player "Wharfedale DVD-750s" rather than the older, original "Wharfedale DVD-750". Some Tesco stores are still selling the older model, so make sure you buy the second edition of this great DVD player! People have said the remote control on the original version was poorly designed and the buttons stuck. The remote control in this version is very well designed indeed, it is actually very stylish and the buttons do not stick. The player itself is black and plays DVD's very well. The Wharfedale DVD-750s has all the features of a DVD player with a big brand name on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/01, updated on 27/05/01 (Very useful, 175 readings)
I bought the Wharfedale on recommendation from my parents, and have not regretted it since. Not only does it look nice, but it plays like a dream. And, bargain of the century, it will play region 1 as well as RCE encoded!. As I buy most of my DVD's from the states (I collect rare horror), having a multi-region DVD player was a must, and I was most pleased with this one. I cannot fault it's user friendliness, easy to use menus and doofer; or it's sleek looks. I have never had any problems with discs not playing, except Gladiator, but I don't count that as everyone had probs with disc 2! At only £180, i would recommend it to anyone! Read the complete review
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