|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 6 x 4 inches|
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|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
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Panasonic DVD-S700P-K HDMI 1080P Up-Converting All Multi Region Code Zone Free PAL/NTSC DVD Player
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- Hdmi 1080p up-converting Region code free 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PAL NTSC, built in 3 way converter PAL to NTSC and NTSC to PAL you can connect to any TV
- Hdmi 1080p upscale to high Definition for sharper pictures
- Panasonic codefree version Multi-System all Region code zone free PAL/NTSC DVD player
- Incredibly versatile and multi-format-friendly, DVD player can play back Just about any DVD or CD you can throw at it
- Pal/NTSC play any region DVD's - best Region free DVD player dvd+r(including dual layer)1, dvd+rw1, CD, CD-R/RW1, WMA, MP32, JPEG, MPEG43
- Plays DVDs from all regions: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 PAL NTSC on any TV
- Plays DVDs from all Regions: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 PAL NTSC on ANY TV
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The region free code free dvd-s68/dvd-s68p-k features a 1080P UP-CONVERSION function that converts standard Definition (720 x 480 pixels) images from DVD sources to high-definition (1920 x 1080 pixels) quality images. And with the addition of HDMI 1.3 with deep color to our DVD players, the up-converted signals deliver vivid, sharp and exceptionally detailed images.
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Panasonic DVD-S700P-K HDMI 1080P Up-Converting All Multi Region Code Zone Free PAL/NTSC DVD $61.99 Player Sold by: ZF PLANET Return window closed on Jan 31, 2019
The unit functioned fine for the first several months, using both region 1 and region 2 DVD’s. I had intermittent audio dropouts on a certain new DVD and was altering some of the audio settings trying to alleviate the problem without success (the same DVD had no audio problems when played in my old Toshiba player which I am trying to replace because it has no multi region capacity). I used the “reset to default” option in the setup menu and my more serious problems began. After this I could not get any DVD to play. With the correct HDMI input selected for the Panasonic, I could no longer see anything on the TV but the ‘no video signal’ message and I also could not access the set up menu for the DVD player through the remote button as I could before. After contacting the Amazon seller via the Amazon moderated communication link I received a reply that asked me to hook up the Panasonic with the AV cable provided rather than the HDMI cable; which allowed the unit to send a signal to the TV and then to alter the TV system setting in setup to the NTSC option. After connecting again with the HDMI cable this change enabled me to get a signal again to the TV but I now can only play region 2 but not region 1 DVD’s; the later only displaying the “incorrect region’ message. I again informed ZF PLANET about this and asked for additional assistance in restoring the all-region capacity for the unit. I was informed that the DVD player would need to be returned to them for repair. Since the warranty covered labor costs only for 90 days, it seemed probable that return shipping costs and labor fees could easily approach or exceed the original cost of the DVD player and thus be a rather counterproductive “solution”.
I find it astonishing that this DVD player could be sold with a setup option that could totally eliminate the functionality of the unit. It is even more fantastic that this possibility would not have a hint of a caution or warning noted in the product manual or other packaging documents alluding to this outcome if it was selected. A more honest identification for the “factory default reset” would have been to refer to it as a “self-destruct button”! This unresolved situation has unequivocally shattered for me the stated claim of Amazon that “We want you to buy with confidence anytime you purchase products on Amazon.com.” This is something that I can no longer seriously believe about certain technology products on Amazon.com and this experience will preclude any future purchases from Amazon in this product area.
It remembers exactly where you were viewing when you shut off the machine, and has a thumb
port (that I will probably never use) in front, and can only be hooked up using RCA composite (red, white, yellow)
I bought this unit as an add on to an existing VHS/DVD with tuner that is way to expensive to be replacing when the DVD
player goes out because I use the DVD player 99.9% of the time, so if the DVD function goes out, it is MUCH cheaper to
replace than the larger $400.00+ multi unit.
Oh yes, I almost forgot, the remote is very small, but what got to me, is that it does not have a fast fwd for single frame, and when you actually find the little arrows, it moves ahead, or backwards in multiple frame increments only.
I have been using this DVD player for two years with NO problems.
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-return window closed after only one month following delivery; there should be at least a one year warranty
-I emailed supplier asking for a phone call from a tech; no response after 48+ hours
-it looks like I will be on the hook for the repair bill plus I will have to find a repair shop
-very disappointed by Erksine's failure to stand behind their products
One issue is that the battery compartment is difficult to open. Had to use a knife. But maybe that’s a pro for people with young children?
Mine was ordered from E-Tronix, and was delivered promptly via Canada Post. The device worked perfectly right out of the box. The players operating manual makes it clear that the device is capable of converting PAL video to NTSC, but makes no reference to it being able to defeat region codes, as I don't think that they come that way from the factory. However, E-Tronix has done the conversion (you will see that the box has been opened, and then resealed), and the result is a player that does indeed play region 2 DVDs. It works well with regular region 1 DVDs and CDs as well.
I have wanted to have the capability to play region 2 DVDs for a long time, and this fits the bill perfectly.