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The Sylvania SDVD9000B2 9" Portable DVD Player makes it easy to enjoy your favorite DVD movies on the go. The progressive scan DVD player is compatible with a wide range of disc formats, and movies come to life on the 9-inch widescreen swiveling display with a 16:9 aspect ratio. There is a stereo audio output for the included earphones, that works with any standard 3.5mm headphones, as well as built-in dual speakers. An AC adapter, DC car adapter, remote control, and carrying bag are included.
This portable player offers a vivid 9-inch, TFT color display to watch your DVD collection on. The 16:9 aspect ratio allows you to watch your favorite movies without letterboxing (the black bars at the top and bottom of the screen) or zooming to fit the screen, cutting off part of the shot. The screen swivels 360 degrees for easy visibility.
The built-in DVD player can play back both conventionally recorded PAL and NTSC discs as well as recordable disc formats like DVD+/-R and DVD+/-RW. For increased versatility, this player can play various discs besides DVDs, including 8cm and12cm CDs. The player is compatible with recordable CDs (CD-R), and you can even play your digital music burned to a CD-R, allowing you to enjoy your MP3-format files through the player.
Carry your player, AC and car chargers, multifunction remote, and earphones with the included carrying bag for easy transport. This package comes with everything you need to enjoy DVDs on the go.
Good quality, more fragile then some, but at a fraction of the cost. Headphones are garbage though.Published 4 days ago by Bullhead
sound and picture quality not that great, but I guess you get what you pay for.Published 4 days ago by paulamorello
IF your traveling in a car, with and without headphones you can not hear the sound . Any background noise will not work, it must be quiet. Volume is awful.Published 7 days ago by Fowler