Philips PD7030/05 7-inch Portable DVD Player with Car Adapter included

July 27, 2013 - Comment

Enjoy your movies anytime, anywhere! The portable PD7030 DVD player featuring a 7-inch/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

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Enjoy your movies anytime, anywhere! The portable PD7030 DVD player featuring a 7-inch/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.

USB connection

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.

Power Resume function

The DVD-Video player remembers where you last stopped watching both if it is powered off directly and if the power supply is discontinued.

Product Features

  • DVD, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, (S)VCD, CD compatible
  • 17.8 cm (7″) TFT colour LCD display in 16:9 widescreen format
  • USB connection for video, photo and music playback
  • Enjoy up to 3 hours playback with a built-in battery
  • Car Adapter Included

Comments

Keith Joseph says:

It’s a nice little DVD player, but a few design flaws dent it’s appeal – our Sony DVPFX780 7″ seems better value This stylish DVD player comes without a remote control, which is fine as normally the player is generally viewed from a few feet away and within easy reach (you’ll only miss the remote if you regularly couple this player to an external TV and view from the other side of the room or have a complex rear car seat fitting that blocks access). So all the required controls are on the top of the player, and they are all light but positive click buttons that work well. The player has an inbuilt battery that lasts up to 3 hours – more than enough for one feature film. It can also run on the mains via its 120cm lead 13A UK plug transformer or the 12v car 180cm cable adaptor – ours came direct from Amazon and had the UK 13A plug mains adaptor not the European Europlug version, so don’t accept the latter. One major flaw with running on external power is that the player can’t recharge it’s internal battery when playing DVDs – so you have to switch off the DVD player and connect it to a power…

joojeh99 says:

Really light yet sturdy…. Although this is such a lightweight DVD player it seems really sturdy.Managed to get it going without having to look at instructions, fairly idiot proof and an easy to look at screen.If I had to pick on something I guess the screen could be bit bigger, but then I guess this would be less compact.I haven’t used the car adaptor or other bits yet but am sure these are also simple to use.Agreed that its a bit of a problem that you can’t charge it while watching but I guess if you are well prepared – like I guess if used for the “intended” purpose of keeping kids occupied on car journeys etc. its probably fine.I know its not standard for anything these days but it would be nice for the producers of these items to provide adequate cases that can house and protect them whilst also keeping all the bits and pieces in one place….just a tiny bugbear I guess…Overall not a bad item, probably slightly overpriced for what you get so three…

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