With a large 7" screen and over two and a half hours of battery life, your new player allows you to watch movies on the road, in the air—anywhere. In addition, it can play music and photo CDs so you can listen to music or browse photo albums wherever you are. Audio and video outputs allow you to connect your player to a television and/ or stereo system for the highest audio and video quality. A car power adapter allows you to use your player on the road for as long as you want.
• Large 7" screen
• Fully compatible with DVD±RW, Audio CD, MP3 CD, Video CD, Super Video CD, Kodak Picture CD, CD-ROM, CD-R, and CD-RW media
• Superlative error correction
• Displays JPEGs stored on data CDs
• 10-bit, 525-line digital video converter
• 24-bit, 96kHz digital audio converters for high fidelity sound
• Dolby Digital surround sound
• Composite video output
• Digital coaxial audio output
• Stereo audio output
• Headphones output
• Dual earphones with earphones splitter
• 3 languages: English, Spanish, and French
• 32 DVD subtitle channels supported
• Multi-angle video playback
I've had this Spectroniq DVD player for as long as I can really remember. Considering it came out in 2006, (or at least that was the earliest mentioning of its release date I can find anywhere) I was already real young. I used to live maybe about an hour from any city or larger town, and I really only had a few DVDs that we got for a few bucks, and I can tell because they're all these really obscure, I'm assuming, episodes from TV shows, and I'd always enjoy watching those CDs over and over while we drove in and out of the city everyday. I hadn't used this in... maybe a decade? Now that I try and recall? It was mainly locked away in a bunch of moving boxes that we just hadn't really gotten around to fully unpacking. I took it out just a few weeks ago and I was exstatic to find that it still ran! That's the power of old 2006 bricks, I tell you.
I recently picked up a Batman Begins DVD from a local thrift store, and since I had an extended break between classes today, I popped the CD in and took it for a test run. As I write this on January 11th, 2021, I would like to say that it's held up wonderfully. I watched through it all with headphones and, the only thing I was disappointed to find out, was that it couldn't control the headphone's volume, so it was a little loud at times, but what else do you expect from an action movie?
Overall, I'd definitely recommend this, especially for nostalgia purposes. I love it!
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