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Panasonic DVD-S53 DVD Player Review - Panasonic DVD-S53 DVD Player Review
Tue, February 19 2008 | 2:19AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"These days where you can find a Sony DVD player with HDMI output costing USD 60 at Best Buy you may wonder why someone in his (or her) right mind would buy a USD 100 player from Panasonic. The answer is simple: Panasonic DVD-S53 can play not only Divx files - a feature somewhat easy to find on players from major brands - but also MPEG4 files. If you have a lot of home videos stored under these formats in your PC this feature gives you the opportunity to burn all your videos directly to DVD-ROM as regular files and play them on your TV, without the need to convert them to DVD-Video format first, process that takes an eternity."
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