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Portable Dvd Player


Portable DVD players are able to play DVDs but they can often play other types of media, like images and mp3 music. Depending on what kind of media you want to use, you can play it all no matter where you travel.

With all this information, you can make an informed decision about which portable DVD player is best for you.

Screens are usually attached to portable DVD players. Sizes range from two inches to 12.

The audio signal-to-noise ration compares the level of dialogue or music (wanted noise) to the level of background noise. The higher the ratio the better the sound quality.

The length of the DVD player from the side or top from front to back.

The height of the DVD player measured from top to bottom, displayed in inches.

The length of the DVD player measured horizontally, displayed in inches. This usually determines if the player will fit on a certain shelf.

The ratio between the loudest signal to the quietest signal. Typically, the higher the decibel level the better the range.

Most DVD players include a warranty of some kind, most are limited to parts and labor. Warranties range from 90 days to two years.

Somtimes music or background noise overpowers the dialog of in a movie. A dialog enhancer is a feature that raises to volume of the dialog of the DVD playing.

The DVD player includes a password protected feature that allows parents to restrict the viewing of certian DVDs. This restriction is usually based on the DVDs MPAA rating.

Functioning the same as the video DAC, the audio DAC enables the audio and sound information on the DVD disc to play through the television or stereo. All DVD players require this feature.

All DVD players include a Video DAC. It enables the video and picture information encoded on the DVD to play on the television.

The DVD player includes a memory card slot for additional memory storage.

Both video and audio have a signal-to-noise ratio. It compares the level of wanted noise to the level of background noise. The higher the signal-to-noise ratio the better the sound and video quality.