Philips 7" LCD Portable DVD Player, PET741M/37

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The Philips PET741M 7 inch Portable DVD Player brings images to life, showing off your treasured photos, favorite movies and music with the same real life rich detail and vibrant colors as high quality prints. The 16 9 widescreen aspect ratio is standard for universal to high definition digital television. A native 16 9 aspect ratio means video display without bars at top and bottom of the picture and without the quality loss than comes from scaling, altering an image to fit on a different screen size.

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brittany B.
Henderson
173 reviews
My son has one in his room he loves watching dvds on it keeps him busy lol you can eveb take on vacation and plug it right up
My son has one in his room he loves watching dvds on it keeps him busy lol you can eveb take on vacation and plug it right up
Tony Y.
Apodaca, NL
290 reviews
I have the 9 inch one from Walmart or I believe target. I watch movies all the time, this one has lasted me almost 4 years now. The only thing about it is that it was 8 hours life time now mine has reduced to 2 hours. Still pretty good for something pushing 4 years. Lasted longer than expected. If I got another poratble DVD player I'd get the 13.3 inch one with a swiveling screen. Much more convenient and can see a little further than with the 9inch
I have the 9 inch one from Walmart or I believe target. I watch movies all the time, this one has lasted me almost 4 years now. The only thing about it is that it was 8 hours life time now mine has reduced to 2 hours. Still pretty good for something pushing 4 years. Lasted longer than expected. If I got another poratble DVD player I'd get the 13.3 inch one with a swiveling screen. Much more convenient and can see a little further than with the 9inch
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