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Panasonic DVD-CP71 K/S

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The Panasonic DVD-CP71 DVD player is a progressive scan, five-disc changer model that is equipped with DVD-Audio and is also CD-R/CD-RW playback-capable thus addressing the increasing popularity of home-recorded audio CDs. Progressive scanning doubles the scan lines of an interlaced signal (from 480i to 480p) by scanning all 525 lines in 1/60 of a second for each pass. The higher-density video signal creates film-like DVD images extraordinarily close to the way they originally appeared in the cinema - with rich detail, extraordinary depth of field, and precise color reproduction. With the rising popularity of high definition televisions and their ability to accept and reproduce a progressive scan DVD picture, the DVD-CP71 is positioned to take full advantage of this growing format. To optimize the picture quality of progressively scanned images, Panasonic employs new 54MHz 10-bit video DAC. By processing the video signal at four times the original 13.5MHz rate, this technology provides vivid, finely textured image reproduction. Combined with a process known as inverse 3: 2 pulldown and a 4: 3 shrink function which allows a 4: 3 image to be properly displayed on a 16: 9 screen, this Panasonic player is full featured and ready to take consumers to the next level of video performance. DVD-Audio is the closest thing possible to experiencing a live performance. With storage capacity about seven times that of a CD, dynamic range reaching a theoretical high of 144dB (vs. 96dB for CD), and frequency response stretching all the way to 96kHz, the potential of DVD-Audio is astounding.With all these advantages, the DVD-CP71 is a natural selection for any consumer who wants the benefits of five-disc storage, or for those who are in the market to replace or purchase a new five-disc CD changer.