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Yamaha DV-C6660 5-Disc Progressive Scan DVD Changer

3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • 5-disc changer plays DVD-Video, CD, VCD, CD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, and MP3 formats
  • Independent heads to improve VCD, SCD, and DVD performance
  • Antivibration system stabilizes unit from skips due to jarring
  • Intelligent Progressive video output; component video, S-Video, and composite video outputs; and optical and coaxial digital audio outputs
  • Mixed 2-channel audio output with 3-D surround sound
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Yamaha
  • Model Number: DVC-6660
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: One year parts and labor

Product Description

Product Description

Yamaha's new 5-disc DVD changer is quite versatile. It plays DVD-Video, CDs, and VCD's. The DV-C6660 can also playback CD-RW/R discs, DVD+RW/+R discs, MP3s, and features interlaced and progressive scan video output. It features a sophisticated anti-vibration system incorporating shockproof memory circuitry and a large disc stabilizer. Yamaha's patented PlayXchange system allows swapping out four discs while the fifth is playing. The high performance laser pick-up has independent heads to provide top-quality Video CD, SCD, and DVD performance. Cinema Image recognizes a movie and softens the brightness for better viewing on conventional direct view TVs. It also improves the visibility of dark scenes and reduces picture noise. 192 kHz/24-bit compatible audio digital-to-analog conversion assures that the DV-C6660 delivers superior sound performance. Yamaha's Cinema Dialogue circuitry provides a steady and centered audio image to maintain the direction and intelligibility of a movie's script. Yamaha's high quality video 54 MHz/12-bit video DAC and 4:4:4 progressive component video circuit assure the finest possible video performance. It incorporates Intelligent Progressive video output and features component video outputs as well as S-video and composite video outputs. The DV-C6660 provides optical and coaxial digital audio outputs. It also features a mixed 2-channel output with 3D Surround. Remote Control and operation is easy with the DV-C6660's well designed remote control keypad .

From the Manufacturer

Yamaha's five-disc DVD-Video changer plays DVD-Video discs, CDs, and VCDs, in addition to CD-R/RW discs, DVD+R/RW discs, and MP3s, making it a versatile all-in-one playback device. Featuring interlaced and progressive scan video output, the device also incorporates a sophisticated antivibration system that includes shockproof memory circuitry and a large disc stabilizer. Using Yamaha's patented PlayXchange system, the changer can swap out four discs while the fifth is still playing, eliminating the awkward gap most units offer while discs are rotating. The high-performance laser pickup features independent heads to provide top-quality VCD, SCD, and DVD performance.

The changer includes a number of features to enhance video and sound. The Cinema Image feature reads when a movie is playing and softens the brightness for better viewing on conventional direct-view TVs. It also improves the visibility of dark scenes and reduces picture noise. Yamaha's high-quality 54 MHz/12-bit video digital-to-analog converter and 4:4:4 progressive component video circuit ensure the finest possible video performance. Sound-wise, the device includes 192 kHz/24-bit compatible audio digital-to-analog conversion, ensuring superior sound performance. In addition, Yamaha's Cinema Dialogue circuitry provides a steady and centered audio image, helping maintain the direction and intelligibility of a movie's script. Operating the changer is easy with the unit's well-designed remote control keypad.

The DV-C6660 comes with a number of output options, including Intelligent Progressive video output; component video, S-video, and composite video outputs; and optical and coaxial digital audio outputs. It also features a mixed two-channel output with 3-D surround.


Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name Yamaha
Item Weight 13.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 18 x 18 x 17 inches
Item model number DVC-6660
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

Additional Information

ASIN B00009ZPT8
Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #356,284 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#2,545 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > DVD Players & Recorders
Shipping Weight 13.5 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First Available June 9, 2003

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By N. Bhayani on November 19, 2006
OVERALL: I purchased this for $70, which is probably what it is worth. It will get the job done, but not gracefully. I would not purchase another Yamaha DVD player, but I'm not rushing to get rid of this one either.

Video : good quality output, no problems here. Lots of output types supported.

Audio : Again, good quality, digital outputs are great.

Mechanical : This is where I have trouble. CD Switching is VERY SLOW. which makes shuffling (primary purpose of multi-disc player, in my opinion) painful. The Open-Close is equal slow. Poor mechanics. Only nice feature is "play-exchange" which means that you can switch discs without stopping the current DVD / CD.

Remote : ugly, poor button configuration, difficult to use, and the player responds to the remote variably (slow, or sometimes not at all)

User Interface: On screen is a nice feature, but ugly. Not very user friendly.
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