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Samsung DVD-P241 Progressive Scan DVD Player

Company: Samsung
Product: DVD-P241
Price: ~$59.99 USD
Date Reviewed: September 15, 2004
Reviewed By: Rob Parks
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It is safe to say that most people like movies. Many people even prefer to watch them from home. With the DVD revolution in full swing, prices have been steadily dropping, and quality is rising. It is no longer necessary to spend hundreds of dollars to purchase a top quality DVD player. Many units are available at under $100 and have more features than you could use. The Samsung DVD-P241 is the unit we will be looking at today. The P241 embodies balance between cost and quality. With progressive scan, MP3 playback, DTS the ability to play burned CDs and DVDs as well as picture CDs the P241 has about as much functionality as anyone could want. For those that don't like the widescreen letterbox look, the P241 also features EZ view which zooms the picture to fit the size of your TV.

If you tend to judge a product simply on specifications you may have a hard time differentiating between many DVD players. It seems that in recent days technology has allowed more and more features to be included at a greatly reduced cost. Samsung's P241 DVD player does have pretty sexy styling though that may help to sway your decision. At a mere 41mm tall (46mm with the feet) the P241 is extremely thin, by far the thinnest model we have ever used. Not to mention the cool silver styling.


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