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Publié le 06/26/08 à 09:23
The Panasonic DVD-A300 is the high-end machine not only for DVD but also for Karaoke. The 1999 machine has a good quality of its rev it support Dolby Numeric, output optical digital audio output and six channels can be connected directly to a receiver A / V is multi zones.

Pros: Supports PAL DVD, NTSC DVD, Video CD's and audio CD's, the price, multi-zone, AC3 decoder, image, remote support and Karaoke. It is like new.

The cons: Does not accept CDRW and MP3, can become a little hot, but no problem with the functionalist. The instructions in English and Japanese.

T the original price $ 999.00

Panasonic DVD-A300, a great old player a lot for your money. Model Year: 1999
We Bought this DVD player Because We did not like the current ones out their ...

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