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Portable DVD player recommendations

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by PatrickD, Feb 6, 2002.

  1. PatrickD

    PatrickD Auditioning

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    Shopping for portable DVD player for car. Any suggestions ?
     
  2. RicP

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    You could go with the Cadillac of Portable Players right now...

    The Panasonic DVD-LA95

    Plays DVD-Video AND DVD-Audio

    NINE inch screen 16x9

    dts and DD decoding

    It's just stunningly gorgeous.
     
  3. Ed Faver

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    If you can find a Pioneer PDV-LC10, you won't be disappointed. Only a 7" screen (that 9" on the Panny is to drool for), it has beautiful playback and a battery thatcan get you through The Godfather. It been replaced by the LC20, so if you can find it, you'll likely get a great price on it. I paid about $650 for it last year. It should be a lot less now.
     
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    Are there any online stores that have the Panasonic? I've just decided that I want to purchase a portable and that sounds like the one to go with.
     
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    I'll second the recommendation for the Panasonic. Although I haven't seen the LA95, I used to own the DVD-LA 85. It's a terrific player. I highly recommend it, and from what I've heard, the DVD-LA95 is even better.

    Ian R
     

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