|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 1.5 x 9.5 inches|
|Item model number||PD9000/37|
|Special Features||DC in Jack, Video playback|
Philips PD9000/37 9-Inch LCD Portable DVD Player with 5 Hour Battery, White (Old Model)
|Price:||$81.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- DVD, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, (S)VCD, CD compatible
- Up to 5-hour playback with a built-in battery*
- AC adaptor, car adaptor and AV cable included
- Enjoy your movies anytime, anyplace! The PD9000 portable DVD player features 9" TFT.LCD screen for your great viewing experience
- This Philips player comes with a compact built-in rechargeable battery for long-lasting power.
- The Philips Portable DVD player is compatible with most DVD and CD discs available in the market.
- With DivX support, you are able to enjoy DivX encoded videos and movies from the Internet, including purchased Hollywood films.
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Where it stands out?
1) It comes with a 110-240V charger - so that makes it really "portable"...I mean you use these not at your home but when you actually travel..
2) It can be made region free...so double points on portability!
Region free hack:
1. Turn on player.
2. Open disc tray.
3. Wait till 'Open' appears on screen
4. Type 9 6 5 3
5. Press up or down button to reach REGION option
6. Press OK button
7. Scroll UP/Down to TEST0 , press OK
8. Press setup again to exit
3) Battery life is longer
4) Gives you some extra inches of viewing than the rest
5) Plays both NTSC and PAL DVDs. I haven't tried that but the specification on Philips' site says
"Video disc playback system: NTSC, PAL"
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Though the caption says black color but the white looks smart...so I am happy with that.
Overall a decent player....serves the purpose for what it is meant for....please don't compare the sound or picture quality with a home theater or LCD....it's not that.
I bought this as a bedroom DVD player to replace an Insignia player that was showing its age.
The description says the player is black, however, go by the picture in the listing. The outside is a matte off-white color and slightly textured. The inside is black. The screen is a huge 9 inches (the majority of players I looked at had 7 inch screens) and the video quality is very good. Audio is quite good as well. I have the player on a night stand next to my bed and have no problem hearing anything. It isn't listed in the product description but the player comes with a mounting pouch for use in a car. I don't intend to ever use the player that way, but, I wasn't expecting the pouch so it was a nice surprise when I opened the box. The box says the battery will last 5 hours; I can't really comment on that since I keep it plugged-in. Though I'm sure I'll be happy for those 5 hours during power outages.
Now for the minor quibbles:
When the player is on there is a rather large, bright green light on the front of the player (it lights red when the battery is charging). It doesn't interfere with watching the screen and I got used to it after a few days.
I really wish players like these would have a button on the remote (or on the player itself) for switching between 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios (my very first portable DVD player had such a button and I've missed it in every player since). If you're a stickler for watching programs in the correct aspect ratio (like myself) you have to go through the settings menu to make the change. A single button would save several steps.Read more ›
I'm very pleased with this product. The price is excellent for the quality and screen size. I specifically wanted one that had an AV output to easily hookup to a hotel TV (this is when the remote comes in very handy) and had a memory function. We recently enjoyed a favorite DVD hooked up to our hotel room TV.
~ AV cords and remote, although we add an AV extension for hotel TVs.
~ Car charger and car headrest holder.
The elastic bottom part of the headrest holder somewhat covers the on/off button, eject button and stop start buttons though. But it's not too difficult to move. It's not a completely secure holder like the metal attachment kinds are, but it does the job pretty well. I added some masking tape around it to secure more for a long trip. If we used it continually I would opt for a better way to secure it or purchase a player that secured with metal brackets.
~It plays DVDs that I have created.
Note: I specifically won't buy Sony even though it is a quality brand because Sony doesn't allow you to play DVD/CDs that you have created.
~It's a lightweight compared to our old one and has the battery integrated within it.
I haven't used up the entire battery at one sitting yet. But we drove quite a few hours before we realized that the car charger hadn't been plugged in and it was still working well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We've gone through multiple portable region-free DVD player, including Sony, Coby, and Toshiba. All the others broke. This is the only one that held up for several years. Read morePublished 4 days ago by SoCalStacy
I bought the remanufactured version of this unit in February,2016. I have always had good service with electronic remanufactured products, as, usually, they are new products that... Read morePublished 7 days ago by H. J. Rossi
I've had this for about a 1 1/2 years and it's still going strong. It works great and that being with a my 2 year old having kicked it several times while in his car seat.Published 17 days ago by Leslie B.
So far it's very durable. I don't have kids and use it myself. I wouldn't know how it would hold up to little kids barfing and pooping on it. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
I ended up returning this item. I opened the box and something was rattling. The machine itself felt flimsy and not well made. Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. Pittman
The spring hold the screen part is loosed.It open wide just like that which is not supposed to bePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I like my dvd but didn`t receive an instruction booklet with it. Philips said the company who sold it to me forgot to put one in there and they don`t have any hard copies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sally Walker