Panasonic DVD-K520 DVD Player
Enjoy your favorite movies like never before with this high-performance DVD player from Panasonic.?? Component Video Out allows for the... Read More
Enjoy your favorite movies like never before with this high-performance DVD player from Panasonic.??Component Video Out allows for the perfect transmission of digital video to compatible video equipment with component video inputs. 10-bit Video D/A Converter performs video signal processing at a fast rate for enhanced DVD picture quality. Still Picture Display (I/P/B) indicates on screen the type of still image (I, P, or B) being displayed; the I image is the best and should be used when making picture quality adjustments. The Chapter Preview feature conveniently refreshes your memory if you should miss part of a movie (if, for example, you've fallen asleep right in the middle of the story!). The sound system includes DTS Digital Out for amazing home theater sound quality. Further contributing to audio performance is Advanced Virtual Surround Sound (VSS). It allows for a remarkable surround sound effect even while only using the front two speakers. This feature is ideal for anyone who wants the superior vi... Minimize
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Product Review Summary
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Feb 23, 2000
Jan 12, 2000
This dvd is great!
Pros: Awesome with a capital A!
Cons: none yet. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 12, 2000
Feb 16, 2000
Jan 21, 2000
Panasonic Dvd's The Best Out There
Pros: Great Sound Effects and Great Picture
Cons: a very high price for a dvd player Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 27, 2001
Pros: Excellent Picture and Sound quality
Cons: Takes time to learn and operate
Mar 2, 2000
Guys think that I'm brillant because I have my own DVD
Pros: great sound and picture
Cons: none Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 21, 2000
Panazonic Makes The Best DVD's!
Pros: Great Sound and Great Picture
Cons: Coasts a little too much for a dvd player Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 17, 2000