DVD players are one of the best ways to kick back and relax to enjoy movies on your own whim. No more cinema lines and cinema schedules, you decide when you are watching. Check out our catalogue of DVD players along with their price below.
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Top DVD Players Price List 2021
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Pioneer DV-2042K||S$ 78.88||Lazada|
|DENON AVR-X8500H||S$ 4,498.00||Qoo10|
|Panasonic DVD-S700||S$ 70.25||NewEgg|
|LG DP132||S$ 58.00||Lazada|
|Sony BDP-S1500||S$ 137.50||Taobao|
|Lenovo ThinkPad UltraSlim USB DVD Burner||S$ 59.22||Shopee|
|Samsung BD-P1400||S$ 12.02||Amazon|
|Philips Taep-200 Multi-Region Dvd Player Divx Ultra. Usb 2.0||S$ 59.00||Shopee|
|Panasonic Dvd-S500 Dvd Player||S$ 79.00||Shopee|
|LG Bp250 Blu-Ray/Dvd Player (Black)||S$ 100.00||Shopee|
Your movies, whenever you want in Singapore
The dawn of television was the pinnacle of human entertainment. At last, the world could see moving images, albeit at first without color. Following that, coloured television came along. However, whatever entertainment we received via cable or satellite was given at preset schedules and timetables set by the providers - we did not have any choice of what we would like to watch. Then came along the VCR tapes, and then CD players. Today, however, there are DVD players.
A DVD player is a device that runs discs that are made under the format of DVD-Video and DVD-Audio, two different standards. DVD players are usually connected directly to a television set where it will output both audio and video for viewing.
The very first DVD player was created by Sony in Taiwan. It was done through a collaboration with Pacific Digital Company from the United States of America.
Using a DVD Player to Catch Your Favourite Movies and Shows In High Definition!
Sometimes we just want to kick back and watch some movies or TV series, but the prospect of heading out to a cinema or a theater sounds even more tiring than usual. If that is the case, then just sit down at home and throw in a DVD of your favourite show to watch - but of course, you will have to get the DVD beforehand!
That is one of the greatest advantages of a DVD player: the ability to play a DVD of your choice whenever you want or continue from where you left off! Talk about taking matters into your own hand. If DVD movies aren't your thing, most DVD players are also compatible with other disc formats such as audio CDs (MP3-CD, CD-R, Audio CD) to play your favourite artists' albums and music. Got a party? Pop in your latest jams and let the DVD player sound out those beautiful tunes.
DVD Players' Features
Most modern DVD players now come with an upscaling feature. It is usually a must-have feature in most DVD players. Upscaling is basically a process where a DVD video is enhanced so it looks high-definition when output to a visual display. This enables the idea to also match the TV's resolution slightly better than usual.
Intuitive User Interface and Remote Control
There are several different ways to interact with a DVD player: the few buttons on the player itself, the on-screen menu (usually during movies), and the ever omni-present remote control. Most of the buttons just do most of the basic tasks of a DVD player, but the remote control is definitely where more control is present.
Ever had to stop your DVD film halfway because you had to go or had other matters to attend to? We are sure that you will want to continue your movie from where you last left off. Thanks to disc memory in DVD players, you can now resume your movie from exactly where you last left off. Most DVD players today remember where they last left off for more than a few DVD movies, so you don't have to worry that someone else had used the machine and reset your progress.
- Connections on the back: The basic requirement for a DVD player is a component video connection. There should be two digital connections which are the coaxial and optical (or Toslink) connections. Ensure that the connectors are compatible with your A/V receiver. If your display supports an HDMI connection, then opt for a DVD player with an HDMI output.
- Single or multidisc: Go for a single-disc player if it's only for watching films, but if you're planning to use it as your only CD player, then a multidisc player is a better choice as it offers hours of music playback.
- Upconversion: Most new DVD players these days can upconvert DVDs to a higher resolution for playback on your HDTV display. Upconverting DVD players send the HD version of videos to your HDTV via HDMI output so you can enjoy moving pictures in a high-definition display.
- Support for other formats: Most DVD players support online video file formats such as DivX or Xvid. This would be convenient for when you're downloading HDTV video clips of these formats from the web.
- DVD extras: Some DVDs come with alternate camera angles. This means that you can see a film from a different character's point of view when pressing a button on the remote control.
- All-in-one functionality: DVD players with built-in surround-sound decoding are great, but if your living space is a concern, then consider DVD players and A/V receivers in an all-in-one chassis.