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How to Buy the Best Portable DVD Players
« on: February 05, 2010, 03:04:12 AM »

If you are serious about enjoying wonderful movies with great quality on the move, then a portable DVD player is a must have. Just imagine a situation that you are watching exciting movies on a dimly lit train or relaxing in the sun on the grass enjoying beautiful images in the movie. With a Portable DVD Player you'll never have to be stuck in a car, airplane, or hotel room while feeling bored again!

It's important that you know what you will be using your Portable DVD Player for before you buy it so that your all of your needs are met. Many people buy Portable DVD Players based on a single attribute, such as the screen size of the player. But what good is a portable DVD player if you can’t carry it around with ease.

The list of recommended features below will help you choose the best portable DVD player.

Disc Formats Supported

You may want to consider the types of discs that the Portable DVD Player is compatible with before making your purchasing decision. For example, if you want to burn DVD's from your computer, make sure that the Portable DVD Player can play the DVD-R or DVD-RW formats. Besides playing standard DVDs, many portable players today can double as CD players as well, eliminating the need to take one extra device on your trip.


The screen size of a Portable DVD Player can make a significant impact on the viewing experience. While screen size varies somewhat, larger is definitely better. You should expect to pay a higher price however. Of course, you should consider that too big screen might make the DVD Player loose its "portability" and difficult to carry around.

Included Accessories

The accessories that come with the Portable DVD Player should have a big impact on your purchasing decision. Consider accessories such as AC/DC Adapters, Remote Controls, AV Cables, S-Video Cables, Car Adapters, Car Mounts, Headphones, etc.

Virtual Surround Sound

Most of the time you don't have the ability to hook your portable DVD player up to a home entertainment system, so you may choose a model which has virtual surround sound. This neat feature enhances the sound quality of the movie, giving it a more realistic edge.

Battery Life

A portable DVD player isn't portable if you can't take it away from the AC power supply. The thing to think about here is the length of the battery life -if the battery life isn't longer than two hours, then you probably won’t be able to watch a movie from beginning to end. Try to get a portable DVD player
that can offer more than two hours of playback time.

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