Question about Protron 7" Portable DVD Player
There are many chip sets for DVD machines and each has preferences for a range of disk types- most will play straight commercial discs- but things get a bit tricky with the many and various types of 'burned' disks from computers. The strange thing is - it seems the cheaper the player the more versatile they be whilst a Hi grade one can be a tad fussy about what it will and will not do. So what does this mean to you? Check the types of disk you have been playing on it and stick to it- come back with exactly what disks it don't like
Posted on Jul 11, 2007
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