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Panasonic Portable DVD Player

 

 

Panasonic LS90 Portable DVD Player

Panasonic portable dvd players are not noted for their exceptional image quality, but still rank well in the portable DVD player line-up overall.

 

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Panasonic DVD-LS91 Portable DVD Player

The DVD-LS91

Image quality - not the sharpest, but still a good quality image option.

Sound quality - okay, although maximum volume is a little low.


Form Factor

  • 9 inch widescreen LCD display
  • Screen pivots for flexible viewing angles

 

Features

  • Media Formats Supported - supports a variety of CD and disc formats including DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, DVD-RAM/-R/-R(dual layer)/-RW, DVD+R/+R(dual layer)/+RW, CDs, MP3-CD and CD-R/RW discs loaded with MP3 or WMA music files.
  • Built-in Dolby Digital/DTS decoder.
  • Dual headphone jacks - keeps two kids quiet for the price of one!
  • Battery Life - six hours of battery life

 

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Panasonic DVD-LS90 Portable DVD Player

The Panasonic DVD-LS90 portable DVD player may not have as sharp an image as some other high end options, but it holds its own in design and battery life.

Image quality - not the sharpest, but still a good quality image option.

Sound quality - okay, although maximum volume is a little low.


Form Factor

 

Features

  • Media Formats Supported - plays DVDs and CDs, MPEG-4 and DivX video files and MP3 and JPEG CD-Rs.
  • Connectivity - car adapter, a component-video output, and two headphone inputs
  • Cable package - component-video and S-Video outputs for connecting to a TV. Most other portable units include neither type of cable.
  • Digital-audio output for connecting to an A/V receiver, a video input so that you can use it as a monitor
  • Dual headphone jacks - keeps two kids quiet for the price of one!

 

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