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DVD Minisystems Buying Guide

These portable entertainment systems  are ideal for movement and ease of use. They come with lots of features and the best part is, you don't need to be a technology  wizard to install them.

Minisystems

Akai DVD MPEG4 USB Micro system : This multimedia player comes equipped with numerous DVD features, such as multilingual  and multi angle  options when watching movies. Also, this system can read camera memory cards  and let you view photos  on your screen.

JVC EX-D1 DVD : This system uses speakers made from wood to provide a clearer sound.  This DVD , CD, MP3 and radio player also offers a port for you to hook up your USB drive .

Panasonic SC-PM91D :  This system has high fidelity speakers and a 5 CD/DVD changer. It can read various forms of media  and has multiple digital output capacity.

Sonoro Cubo Model : This CD player  and Clock Radio  features a stellar sound system that you can carry around from room to room. It can accommodate your iPod ,MP3s ,CDs  and CD-Rs .

When buying your system

  • Consider what features you want before purchasing. This way, you won't be paying extra for things you won't use, like a disc changer or USB  capability.
  • Think about your price range. Most mini systems range from £55-£260.
  • Depending on how much you plan on using your player and what you plan on using it for, this may determine the size and power you need. If you're going to be using your DVD system only once in awhile, you might want to consider just the basic sound system.
  • Do your research before going into the store. Try out a few different locations and price items to see what each system offers. This way, you can be sure you are getting the best deal.

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