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Philips DVP3980/05 DVD player £39.99 Plus VAT reduction instore @ Sainburys
Philips DVP3980/05 DVD player £39.99 Plus VAT reduction instore @ Sainburys

Philips DVP3980/05 DVD player £39.99 Plus VAT reduction instore @ Sainburys

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Saw this in Cardiff Sainsburys this afternoon, only 2 left at 3pm.
Reduced by £20 from £59.99 to £39.99 plus 2.5% VAT at the till.

Player seems to get good reviews for cheap and cheerful

Product Description
Discover everything that high definition videos have to offer with the DVP3980 from Philips. This DVD player comes with Full HD 1080p upscaling technology for unbeatable quality graphics, and video oversampling, which improves resolutions on your HD TV. Progressive Scan technology enhances your videos even further, while its DivX and DVD-RW compatibility allows you to watch pretty much anything you like. Also included is a digital HDMI output, which means that the DVP3980 from Philips will fit in perfectly with all modern homes!

Technical Details

* Contents: Region - Zone 2 / Standard - PAL / DivX/MPEG4 compatible - Yes / Compatible Media - CD, CD-R/CD-RW, CD video/SVCD, DVD R/ RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD video, DivX MPEG-1, MPEG-2, JPEG Picture CD, Picture CD Kodak / Removable recording supports - No / Internal hard drive - No / Internal hard drive capacity (in GB) - - / Integrated Audio Decoder - MP3, Dolby Digital, PCM, WMA / Video Out - Progressive component video output Digital coaxial output HDMI output

* Video Out - Progressive component video output Digital coaxial output HDMI output
* Audio Out - Analogue G/D audio output
* Included Accessories - Remote control
* Dimensions (mm) - 360 x 37 x 210 mm

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Player seems to get good reviews for cheap and cheerful


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For £50, you can't really expect the DVP3980/05 to match the sort of … For £50, you can't really expect the DVP3980/05 to match the sort of picture quality you get from the likes of Denon or OPPO, and sure enough the Philips falls short. However, there is a lot to admire about its image quality and elsewhere the range of appealing features make it a feel like good value, particularly if you want 1080p upscaling on a budget.


See the Amazon UK reviews for how to make it multi-region. ;-)
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