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| Initial Impressions
Since my previous Skyworth DVD player (Model 1050P) was such a terrific
unit, I thought their new model is worth looking into.
Just like its sibling, the Skyworth 2750 Progressive player is feature rich with
impressive specifications. It plays DVD, VCD, VCD, CD, HDCD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-Rom
(MP3), CDR, and Karaoke. It is also compatible with Microsoft's WMA (Windows Media
Audio) and Kodak Picture CD.
It has plenty of video output terminals to meet one's requirements. Interlaced
outs are through component (YCrCb) and Svideo terminals. Progressive outs are
through a D-15 VGA (RGB) and component (YPrPb) terminals. It even comes with DTS and
DD5.1 decoders built-in. And just like the 1050P, is a multiregion player.
The only and glaring item that makes this very different from the 1050P is the fact
that this one isn't powered by the Sage chip. But for the price of only $150 and all
the features it birngs, it is worthy of consideration.