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Philips PD7016/37 7-Inch Portable LCD Dual DVD Player

by Philips
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  • Double your movies on the road with two 7" TFT LCD DVD players lets the passengers indulge in enjoying their own DVD Movies, music and photos
  • The color LCD display brings images to life, showing off your treasured photos
  • The Portable DVD Player is compatible con discos DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, SVCD and CD
  • The color LCD display brings images to life, showing off your treasured photos, favorite movies and music
  • Real life rich detail and vibrant colors same as high quality prints.
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Product Specifications

Brand NamePhilips
Color NameBlack

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Philips
  • Model: PD7016
  • Display Size: 7 inches
  • Color Name: Black
  • Width: 0.00 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 7.8 x 1.5 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0044T2Q9Q
  • Item model number: PD7016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (200 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,006 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 5, 2011

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

7" LCD Portable DVD Player with two widescreen LCDs, play your movies and music in the car. The two 7" TFT LCD display screens let you indulge in enjoying your DVD movies, music and photos on the road. Install and mount easily for in-car enjoyment.

Product Description

It is 7-Inch LCD Portable DVD Player with two widescreen LCDs, play your movies and music in the car. The two 7-Inch TFT LCD display screens let you indulge in enjoying your DVD movies, music and photos on the road. Install and mount easily for in-car enjoyment.What's in the box: AC/DC Adaptor: 9V, 0.8A, (110-240v, 50/60Hz), Car kit: cigarette outlet adaptor, 12vDC, User Manual: Multi Langauges and Smart car mount: Mounting strap x 2.Power:AC/DC Adaptor: 9V, 0.8A, (110-240v, 50/60Hz).

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Great picture and sound quality.
Meredith Carney
My kids get alot of use out of them with long car rides and what's great is they don't have to be watching the same dvd.
Dee
The cords were not long enough to reach one of the middle seats if the other one was mounted to a front seat.
OutdoorsFamilyMan4

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

161 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Straighttalker on January 22, 2011
This Dvd Portable player is a pleasant suprise.... it is the best product one can have in a vehicle. I know because I have gone through two Dvd Players previously and thinking of custom made entertainment center until now. This Dual Dvd Player can actually play TWO DIFFERENT DVDS ON 2 SCREENS AT THE SAME TIME (my 5 year old girl and 4 year old boy have settled the feud on who watches Barbie and Iron Man....like, forever);or if wanted IT CAN PLAY ONE DVD ON TWO SCREENS AT THE SAME TIME (by hooking the wire to each other). Mind you this is Philips PD 7016 which came into the market barely few months ago.......and not PD7012 ( I almost got the wrong one during my selection). The volume is extraordinarily loud such that the FM Car Transmitter I ordered intending to connect the Dvd speakers to the Car Stereo is of no use to me....because the little speakers on the superd players are whoopers! It starts playing from where it stopped, even after you must have turned it off for an entire day. No matter how bumpy the ride is, the player does not skip a track. Above all, I like classy looking things and this is one classy looking thing inside the car....(check it from the rear of the vehicle). The wires are well placed beside the chairs in my vehicle and is not at all flying over the place; hardly visible at all. I and my spouse were previously thinking of returning our vehicle for custom installation of entertainment system until I saw this product on Wal-mart site. At first I thought it was cheap; until a week later the price jumped further upwards.......I reluctantly bought it (moreso after reading the 5 Star reviews....) I was shocked at the superior quality of the product; my entire family fell for the sleek looks and superior performance after I installed it and have been operating it effortlessly.Read more ›
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62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By T. Stanhope on April 12, 2011
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This is a very nicely designed product. Appearance of the case is top shelf. The video and audio quality is VERY good even on the 'remote' or slave display and the viewing angle is wide enough that it is easy to see from the middle seat.

Despite some of the Philips documentation mentioning to do some features with the 'remote control', the product does not come with one nor have I found one available to purchase as an accessory.

The product is fully featured and does all the things you would expect it to. You can even adjust the brightness on each display from dim-med-bright. HOWEVER- when you attempt to adjust the brightness on the 'slave' unit, it displays that this is "not available". And it seems to default the slave unit to 'dim'. BUT- if you take it out of slave mode, set the brightness and then put it back in slave mode it will keep your brightness setting. Not fatal, but one wonders why they did that.....

The headrest straps route through 2 metal pins embedded in the rear of each display. You run the strap through these, around your headrest (raised a couple of inches so the strap makes contact with the metal rods that support the headrest), and then clasped together. The mounting is very solid and you can tighten it so the display is held firmly against the seat.

The shipment came with:
2- players.
2- A/C adapters
1- Car adapter with 2 cables that come straight from the plug. Not a single cable that Y's off after several feet. Not sure I like this from a cable mess perspective.
1- slave video/audio cable
1- video cable
2- headrest straps

Thus far I am pleased. Now comes the longevity test.
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64 of 67 people found the following review helpful By George Abraham on November 12, 2010
Just purchased this for installing in a new van which has no entertainment system. With these kinds of players and screens, there is always going to be a preponderance of wires, so keep that in mind. If you don't care about all the wires hanging about the place, this is truly a neat product. DVD-playing capability is normal, nothing to distinguish from other players. What I really like is the presence of a 3.5mm AV in/out socket that allows other inputs into the players. This works excellent for me because if I want to watch something from my Internet-enabled phone (which has a 3.5mm AV out socket,) then I get to watch it on the 7" screen instead of the tiny phone screen. Extremely cool!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JB on November 28, 2013
I have a similar model of this player, the Philips PD9012/37 9-Inch LCD Dual Screen Portable DVD Player, that no longer worked after 5 roadtrips giving me the famous "Bad Disc" error. You can see my review for that product.

When I got the bad disc error I noticed that I'd open the player and find the disc spinning slowly, much slower than it should if the player were to actually play the disc. The spin motor did not seem to be broken and I could hear the laser motor moving back and forth when the door was closed...so I wondered if the door closed sensor wasn't being fully triggered so the player wasn't able to start playing. If you open the door you should see a small square plastic nub on the screen side (mine is in the lower right when looking at the screen) that slides into the back of the unit when you shut the door, hitting the sensor and thus allowing the unit to play. I loaded a disc, manually depressed the sensor with a small screwdriver and tried the unit. Worked. For a more permanent fix I took several small pieces of duct tape and layered them on top of that plastic nub to make it 'thicker' and tried the unit. Worked! Worked again and again! After this when I stopped the unit to change discs and opened the door the disc was spinning at full speed like it's supposed to. I tried like 10 times and worked every time. I'm not absolutely sure this was the fix...but want to pass this along in case this helps you keep your player working.
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