Philips' New DVD Player Designed for Professional Applications

January 1999
EMedia Professional;Jan1999, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p26
Academic Journal
Introduces Philips DVD170, a digital video disc player for professional applications. Availability of multistandard video capabilities and connectivity options; Applications for point-of-scale/information kiosks, training systems, site-based advertising and education; Provision of dual-laser pickup allowing optimized playback of disc formats.


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