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How to choose DVD-player?

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by lovingsport1, Aug 24, 2006.

  1. lovingsport1

    lovingsport1 Auditioning

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    I'd like to choose a gift 4 my mom's B-day,
    and decided to purchase a new DVD-player,
    for the old one is used for so long and does not work properly some time.
    My bf recommend http://www.opentip.com/catalog/DVD_P...6152_9456.html
    but I have no idea whether it's good or not, the prices of different products vary so much!
    would u guys to give me some advice for me to purchase online?
     
  2. Scott Shanks

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    What kind of TV does your mother have (if it is an older set that she has now, does she plan to upgrade to an HD set anytime soon)?
     
  3. Jim Mcc

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    There's no need to purchase online. Quality DVD players are very inexpensive these days. How much do you want to spend?
     
  4. Arthur S

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    If you want a really good portable DVD player, Sony is highly regarded. Then again, if I'm not mistaken, Sony made millions of batteries that have been recalled. So far, I have only heard about computer batteries, but who knows? The 8 inch Sony player is $200.

    Of course, you can get much cheaper players from Polaroid, and others if you check out the ads from Best Buy and Circuit City, especially if you are willing to do mail-in rebates.
     

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