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Philips PD7030/05 7-inch Portable DVD Player with Car Adapter included
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Enjoy your movies anytime, anywhere! The portable PD7030 DVD player featuring a 7”/ 18 cm LCD display lets you indulge in the pleasure of enjoying DVD/DivX® movies, MP3-CD/CD music and JPEG photos on the go.
Play your movies, music and photos on the go
- DVD, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, (S)VCD, CD compatible
- DivX Certified for standard DivX video playback
- MP3-CD, CD and CD-RW playback
- View JPEG images from picture disc
Enrich your AV entertainment experience
- 17.8 cm (7") TFT colour LCD display in 16:9 widescreen format
- Built-in stereo speakers
Extra touches for your convenience
- Enjoy up to 3 hours playback with a built-in battery*
- USB connection for video, photo and music playback
- Full Resume on Power Loss
- Car adaptor included
AC input voltage: 110-240 V
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Battery life (max): 3 h
Built-in hard drive: N
Built-in speaker(s): Y
Built-in subwoofer: N
Car kit: Y
Card reader integrated: N
Depth: 154 mm
Disc types supported: CD,CD-R,CD-RW,DVD,DVD+R,DVD+RW,DVD-R,DVD-RW
Display diagonal: 17.8 cm (7")
Display resolution: 480 x 234 pixels
Form factor: Tabletop
Full HD: N
Headphone connectivity: 3.5 mm
Headphone outputs: 1
Height: 375 mm
Image formats supported: JPG
Input frequency: 50/60
MP3 bit rates: 32 - 320 Kbit/s
Package dimensions (WxDxH): 230 x 70 x 255 mm
Package weight: 814 g
Playback disc formats: CD video
Power source type: AC, DC
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR): 80 dB
Speaker power: 0.25 W
TV tuner integrated: N
USB 2.0 ports quantity: 1
Video formats supported: DIVX,MPEG4
Width: 195 mm
Enjoy your movies anytime, anywhere. The portable PD7030 DVD player featuring a 7”/18 cm LCD display lets you indulge in the pleasure of enjoying DVD/DivX® movies,MP3-CD/CD music and JPEG photos on the go.
Enjoy your movies anytime, anywhere. The portable PD7030 DVD player featuring a 7”/ 18 cm LCD display lets you indulge in the pleasure of enjoying DVD/DivX® movies, MP3-CD/CD music and JPEG photos on the go.
MP3-CD, CD and CD-RW playback
MP3 is a revolutionary compression technology by which large digital music files can be made up to 10 times smaller without radically degrading their audio quality. A singe CD can store up to 10 hours of music.
View JPEG from picture disc
Play JPEG photos that are saved on your disc. Relive your favourite moments with family and friends anytime you want.
DVD, DVD+/-RW, (S)VCD, CD
The Philips Portable DVD player is compatible with most DVD and CD discs available in the market. DVD, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, (S)VCD and CD – all of them can play on the DVD player. DVD+/-R is a shorthand term for a DVD drive that can accept both of the common recordable DVD formats. Likewise, DVD+/-RW handles both common rewritable disc types.
The DVD-Video player remembers where you last stopped watching both if it is powered off directly and if the power supply is discontinued. If you did not change to another disc, your player will resume play where you last stopped the movie just by reloading the disc—making your life a lot easier.
With DivX® support, you are able to enjoy DivX encoded videos and movies from the Internet, including purchased Hollywood films. The DivX media format is an MPEG-4-based video compression technology that enables you to save large files like movies, trailers and music videos on media like CD-R/RW and DVD recordable discs, USB storage and other memory cards for playback on your DivX Certified® Philips device.
Simply plug in your portable USB device to the USB connector on your Philips portable DVD player and playback your digital videos, music or photos directly. Now you can share your favourite moments with family and friends.See all Product description
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It wasn't, as some reviewers note, multi-region straight out of the box however a quick Google found the right code to type in and multi-region was no problem.
It drops a star as it only charges when switched off i.e. if you're watching a DVD on mains power, none of that is powering up the battery; the green 'on' neon is ignorable but unnecessarily dazzling; sound quality could be better; ideally it would come with a carry bag rather than that being an extra cost - all of these are pretty minor irritations and I'm very happy with the price I paid.
The Philips PD7030/05 7-inch Portable DVD Player is a cute little thing which looks and feels pretty robust for the price of the product. The unit is light and looks pretty nice with its white top and sides and graphite upper finish.
On the left of the unit you have the disc eject slider which is similar to most of these types of models. We have a Philips twin screen in-car DVD set which features the same slider mechanism.
On the right you have the volume controls, etc and also the USB port for sticking in your memory stick. Dead easy to switch between the two by simply pressing the SOURCE button.
My six-year-old tested this for me yesterday and I have to say that he was soon flying around the menus both when a DVD was inserted and when I put in a memory stick of stuff for him to watch.
The main problem we encountered when playing content from memory stick was the naming system which shortened everything. For example, we had all six Star Wars films on a memory stick, but all the file names were shortened to "Star Wars", so we had no idea which was which until we selected a file to play. The way round this was to rename the items on the stick before popping it into the player, but that's not really a fault with the unit as this has happened on a few similar devices in the past.
The Philips played most things on the stick apart from those in MP4 format. I also tried to play a .MKV file without any success. Quality was excellent from the stick, no lag, no juddering, etc. At first the picture was a little dark, but a fiddle with the brightness and the contrast made viewing more than acceptable.
Battery life seemed good. Overall a great little item.
Another literally glaring design fault is that the front green LED is so incredibly bright it can interfere with watching the movie - so you have to get some black tape and cover that up ASAP. The red recharge LED is also megabright, but you can't watch DVDs when that is on anyway. And another problem with the Philips design is that the 7" widescreen 480 x 234 pixel LCD screen itself isn't the best in show, it's a bit grainy, dull & insipid, and lacking brightness and contrast despite both being adjustable. All these negatives are a real shame as it's a great looking little player and does the business of playing DVDs well, be they commercial DVD films or our DVD-R videos. We don't tend to use the USB socket but that can replay Divx, MPEG4 video, MP3 audio or jpg photos via a low profile Micro USB Flash Drive (not supplied) or a camera. The twin stereo speaker sound is quite good, but mostly we use it with headphones via the single 3.5mm 3-connector stereo socket (the battery lasts longer on headphones).
There's also a 3.5mm TV out socket for passing the video and sound to an external TV, but meanly no adaptor cable is supplied (an AV cable from our old DVD player worked with it, but another identical looking one from a camera didn't, so good luck with finding the right one as Philips don't sell it). The players controls aren't completely ergonomically designed for casual use by others as there's no 'Setup' button for screen adjustment (it's hidden as a three lines symbol) and the DVD lid release slider is tricky to find and use on the left side, but otherwise the player is very easy to control.
Although this players negative aspects aren't deal breakers, the DVD player is nice to use and it looks great once the blinding Green LED is blotted out, the fact remains that our almost identical Sony DVPFX780 7-inch Screen black Portable DVD Player doesn't have any of these design faults and it's a similar price. The Sony 7" has a far more vivid colour LCD screen, can recharge it's internal battery while playing DVDs, it's red/green LEDs are bright enough to see without being blinding, it comes with a TV AV adaptor cable, it has even better sound, and it's internal battery lasts 4 hours not 3. The Sony's mains/12v power adapters also look better made, although the players themselves seem well built to a similar standard.
So for us it's a bit of a no-brainer, as despite the fact that this good looking Philips model can do the business of playing DVDs well, the Sony DVPFX780 7-inch is the better buy as its almost identical design and features are better implemented. This Philips would have to be around £15 cheaper than the Sony to make up the lost ground, and generally it isn't. So sadly we rate this Philips PD7030 3.5* or C+ for effort - when he got it, my 6 year old nephew still thought this Philip's player was great and even quite liked the bright LEDs, so it's no lemon, it's just that other 7" players may offer more for the money. Unlike the Sony, the Philips can remember the position in the DVD movie when switched off and return to it on restart, and although this Philips player has the possibility of becoming region free, it appears the Sony is strictly UK/Europe Region 2 only. The Philips player has a one year warranty, and I have to say the Philips return service was great when our TV Blu-ray player went phut under warranty. This little DVD player is 19.5 cm(W) x 3.75 cm(H) x 15.4 cm(D) and weighs 0.624 kg. I've posted a few photos of this Philips and our Sony 7" player under customer images.
I use it for listening rather than looking. It will pickup where you leave the track
and has automatic switch off at the end.This is unlike others where you have
to spend time retracing your starting point and having to remember where you
left the track Speedy reply to purchase request and at a good price.
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