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Nov 2015
to Christchurch
Panasonic  DVD-S53 dvd player  :  front  view - includes EUR7631020 remote
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   SOLD November 2015 on trademe  to Christchurch
S/N: VC7SA002477R   remote: EUR7631020
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      Panasonic  DVD-S53 dvd player - silver :
    Tech Radar Review March 2008 :
   Panasonic has gone all-out on the 1080p upscaling front this year, putting the feature into several of its DVD recorders and this player
   The DVD-S53 is no one-trick pony, though, and offers a list of other tempting features. For starters, it plays DVD-RAM discs and every other recordable DVD format, plus DiVX, MP3, WMA and JPEG files
   Panasonic's design approach is interesting too : not only are its new decks slimmer than ever, but they're also available in a sleek black finish, topped with a delightful mirrored strip running along the fascia, which has minimal controls
   Sadly the lack of a USB port from the front panel, puts it behind Panasonic's DV-400V in the features hierarchy, and means the only way you can view your multimedia files is from CD or DVD
   However, all the other sockets are present and correct. The HDMI output offers 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p output, as well as facilitating Viera Link. The component video sockets offer progressive scan analogue signals, and they're joined by a single Scart socket, S-video output and an electrical digital audio out for sending Dolby Digital and DTS bitstreams to your AV receiver

   Digging into the setup menu, we find a generous selection of picture and sound adjustments. There are five picture presets, including an interesting 'Soft Skin' mode, which reduces redness to make skin tones seem more life-like. You'll also find specific modes for Film and Video material and three levels of Digital Noise Reduction. On the audio front, there's Advanced Surround and Dialogue Enhancer
   The remote is excellent and its buttons are in all the right places, but sometimes the deck can be a touch slow to respond. Also, the main setup menu isn't laid out with the same sense of logic as Panasonic's offering, while the Functions menu - a series of onscreen banners listing key setup options - is a good idea but not particularly well executed
   The DVD-S53's picture performance is right up there with the best of them. The first thing that grabs you is the density of the picture, brought about by a fantastic black level. The deck is capable of conveying lots of shadow detail within dark areas too, a good demonstration of which are the various shades of black within King Kong's glossy black fur
   And this terrific natural black level also helps to make fine detail look sharp and punchy, particularly with the HDMI output set to 1080p and viewed on our full HD test TV. Shots of Kong's cliff-top dwelling are peppered with bushes, leaves and branches, all of which are meticulously presented, as is the CG texture of scaly dinosaur skin
   Our test disc offers plenty of bright colours for the deck to get its teeth into, a task which it clearly savours. Saturation is strong and the deck's processing finds a pleasing balance. The Soft Skin setting is also effective, giving Naomi Watts' face a convincingly gentle tone
   Audio performance is fine and DiVX playback is enjoyable, but overall the deck is less accepting of compressed video files than some others. But its picture performance is one of the best

Specifications :
  -:®:-   Vintage : ~ 2008 model
  -:®:-   Remote : EUR7631020
  -:®:-   Disc formats : DVD, CD, VCD, SVCD, SACD, DVD-A
  -:®:-   Audio formats : PCM, DD, DTS, MP3
  -:®:-   Signal to Noise Ratio : 115dB
  -:®:-   Dynamic range : 100dB
  -:®:-   Total harmonic distortion : 0.003%
  -:®:-   Line output : 0.2V
  -:®:-   Digital Outputs : Coaxial, Optical, HDMI
  -:®:-   Video Connections : Component, SVHS, Composite, HDMI
  -:®:-   Dimensions [W x H x D] : 430 x 43 x 239mm
  -:®:-   Weight : 2.0kg  - packed 3.5kg

   SOLD November 2015 on trademe  to Christchurch

Fastway couriers : packing $5,  Rural add $5,
   each extra 5kg :  add $6.00 NI, $11.80 SI

Auckland @ $7.75 $13

North Island @ $12.35 $18

South Island: < 2kg @ $6.95  NA 

South Island: 6kg @ $21.25 $27

Payment options :

   CASH on delivery by arrangement : Northland, Auckland buyers

   By  bank payment : 12-3061-0161709-00   ASB   name: N R PARKIN

   By credit card :   Use   Pay Now  option on
trademe     or,
                   Use secure     PayPal  payment on our email money request

ParcelPost :   packing $5,  Rural add $5

1 x < 15kg local not Auckland @ $5.50 $11

4kg to Auckland or Nth Island @ $13.70 $19

4kg to South Island @ $23.20 $28


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