Panasonic DVD-S48EB-K Multi Format Playback DVD Player with USB (Old model)

June 23, 2013 - Comment

The Panasonic DVD-S48 is equipped with a high-precision progressive video processor that handles 25-frame progressive scan images. This lets you enjoy high-resolution progressive playback of original DVD images. To enjoy a progressive scan picture, you must use a TV with progressive scan capabilities. Enjoy watching memorable photos recorded on CD/DVD discs by using a slideshow

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The Panasonic DVD-S48 is equipped with a high-precision progressive video processor that handles 25-frame progressive scan images. This lets you enjoy high-resolution progressive playback of original DVD images. To enjoy a progressive scan picture, you must use a TV with progressive scan capabilities. Enjoy watching memorable photos recorded on CD/DVD discs by using a slideshow function, or watch DivX content storing hours of video on a standard DVD or a USB flash drive.

Product Features

  • A multi-format playback progressive playback DVD player
  • DivX playback – play compressed files from CD/DVD media
  • Compatible with: DVD-R, -R DL, -RW, +R, +R DL, +RW, CD, CD-R/RW, Video CD, SVCD, MP3, JPEG and DivX
  • USB 2.0 socket on front panel for playback of JPG, MP3 and DivX files from flash drive
  • High quality picture with 108MHz / 12-bit Video DAC

Comments

Peter A. Clark says:

Perfect Panasonic What a splendid piece of kit! Easy to operate, good reproduction of images on our existing TV, great value for money too! What more could you ask?

choirgirl says:

Review of DVD player I purchased this DVD player for 2 reasons; 1. It had only just come onto the market. 2. It was a Panasonic and therefore a quality brand.When playing back DVDs the picture quality is very good, but the problem comes when playing back certain shop bought DVDs and all of my DVD -R.What happens is firstly the sound drops out for a second or so and then as the machine is further onto the disc the sound drops and the picture freezes for a second. It appeared to do this at intervals of every 60 second and sometimes at 90 seconds.I exchanged my model 3 times and every player did the same thing.There may have been a faulty batch sent to England, but it maybe a manufacturing fault. I therefore returned the players and I am now in the process of looking for a replacement.

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