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8.2 out of 10

Panasonic DVD-LS84

The DVD-LS84 can playback a variety of discs. It has a convenien Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Panasonic DVD-LS84

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Overall 2


steph, Amazon
8 March 2011
  • Summary: I bought this DVD player for my toddler for when we go on holiday as we have a long flight. The battery life is good,but the picture quality is terrible. The screen broke twice, just by going blank and not working again. My daughter never was left alone with it so it couldn't have been her. I was very let down by this product, especially because i paid £[] for it, you'd expect it to last a little longer than a week.
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Overall 10

you get what you pay for

Mr. R. Robson "Robo", Amazon
19 November 2010
  • Summary: Paid a little bit extra for durability & battery life. Build quality and durability evident. Comes with a car headrest mount which I didn't know was included.
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Overall 4


Matthew Lane, Amazon
27 September 2010
  • Summary: Purchased this product to take on holiday for use on the plane. Nice product, does what it should do from a reliable make, however has a built in noise limiter which just spoils this product and made it useless on the plane when used with headphones. On our return was sold on and replaced with a Sony equivalent which is perfect!
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Overall 2

Avoid it - look at another player

Miss Marple "Avid reader", Amazon
1 April 2010
  • Summary: I mistakenly purchased this player the picture is VERY POOR and so dark it's very difficult to watch, even turning up the brightness to maximum it still didn't deliver. The picture quality was so bad i could almost count the pixels, it reminded me of the old 625 lines we used to view TV in the past, perhaps im biased because of watching a fully HD telly and sky HD? The sound isn't that great either, others have mentioned it as "tinny" i have to agree.
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Overall 10

a very good peice of equipment

Melrose, Amazon
21 August 2009
  • Summary: My first portable DVD player, bought on the strength of the clip on battery pack which I assumed could be un-clipped and taken away to be recharged without the need to take the whole machine, perhaps buying another battery pack so the kids could carry on watching whilst the other was recharging. This is not the case. You still have to take the whole machine battery and all, and plug it in. Perhaps something for the design team at panasonic to think about.
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