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  1. Yamada DVD-7600XTV review

    Yamada DVD-7600XTV review

    8  

    The first thing that strikes you about Yamada's extremely affordable DVD player/Freeview receiver combi is just how slimline it is. Not an unusual feature in low-cost players, but the DVD-7600XTV is almost paper thin in comparison

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    Yamada PDIX-770 review

    6  

    Yamada's PDiX-770 is certainly attractive enough to make people want to grasp it and the price is no longer a deterrence.The PDiX-770 has other aces up its sleeve as well.It is region-free out of the box,can handle DiVX files...

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    Yamada DVR-8220 review

    5  

    Sometimes 'cheap' can just mean that - the cost is low, but the product may not necessarily be crap. However, the word can also be a happy bedfellow with its best friend, 'nasty' - a double-act that applies to this new Yamada recorder

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    Yamada DVR-8100 review

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    The DVR-8100 is the cheapest deck in this test - it and can be bought for as little as £135 online. It also comes from Yamada - hardly a home cinema heavyweight - is a basic silver box and has a remote that looks cheap and flimsy

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    Yamada PdiX-770 review

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    Fancy a portable DVD player, but reluctant to blow £800 on the Samsung DVD-L1200? For £299, this Yamada includes chic tablet styling, seven-inch 14:9 ratio screen, multi-region disc and DivX playback, carry case and more besides

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    Yamada DVR-8100 review

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    While the likes of Sony and Panasonic still dominate the shelves of mainstream electronics shops, budget players, made by small-brand companies, have been massively popular in online stores, supermarkets and even chemists

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