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41. Philips HS820 Compact Foldable
$17.99 $13.62
42. Philips HS520 Reflective Neckband
$14.99
43. Philips HS405 Lightweight In-Ear
$5.34 $5.06 list($4.99)
44. Philips HE036 Basic Ear Bud Headphones
$9.99 $9.13
45. Philips HL150 Lightweight Stereo
$9.99 $9.48
46. Philips HE260 Ear Buds with Case
$11.95 list($12.99)
47. Philips HS380 Lightweight Neckband
$14.99 $10.02
48. Philips HS430 Lightweight Clip-On
$17.99 $12.91
49. Philips HS510 Behind-the-Head
$6.98
50. ZENITH ZN-311 3 Device Universal
$7.99
51. Philips HL145 Stereo Headphones
$12.99 $9.57
52. Philips HE261 Ear Buds with Case
$39.99 $27.99
53. Philips HP820 Full-Size Hi-Fi
$199.90
54. Philips MAT976A1 WebTV Plus/MSN
list($399.99)
55. Philips CDR770BKCD Recorder
56. Philips CD Recorder (CDR778)
list($329.99)
57. Philips CDR775BK Dual-Deck Audio
Too low to display $129.95 list($249.99)
58. Philips FWC577 5-CD Mini Stereo
list($499.99)
59. Philips MX5000D DVD Home Theater
60. PHILIPS 34PW9819 34" Matchline

41. Philips HS820 Compact Foldable Neckband Headphones
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00061IYII
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 13171
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Features

  • Bass Beat vents optimize air flow for superb performance
  • 24K gold-plated plug ensures an ultra reliable connection
  • A 4ft long cable that is ideal for outdoor use
  • Neodymium magnet enchances bass performance and sensitivity
  • Ergonomically-shaped headphone enchances user comfort

42. Philips HS520 Reflective Neckband Headphone
list price: $17.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B00061IYI8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 8901
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Features

  • Attractive behind-the-neck headphones with reflective neckband
  • Neckband shines at night to make wearer visible on poorly lit roads
  • Bass Beat vents enhance bass performance
  • Pull-relief system protects cord from yanking
  • Textile-covered cables resist tangling; 24k gold-plated plug

43. Philips HS405 Lightweight In-Ear Headphones
list price: $14.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00061IU96
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 29440
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Features

  • Ultra-lightweight headphones designed for active lifestyles
  • Bass Wave design enhances bass and overall sound performance
  • Rotating earpieces adjust to individual's ideal fit
  • Adjustable headband is light yet sturdy
  • Compatible with variety of portable audio products

44. Philips HE036 Basic Ear Bud Headphones
list price: $4.99
our price: $5.34
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Asin: B00061IU7S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 3017
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Features

  • Portable ear bud headphones for CD or MP3 players
  • Large air chambers deliver enhanced sound
  • Fit snugly in the ear canal for optimum audio
  • 16 to 20,000 Hz frequency range and 100 dB sensitivity
  • 3.3-foot cable length; 3.5 mm jack

45. Philips HL150 Lightweight Stereo Headphones
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00061IYFQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 2586
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Features

  • Foldable for easy storage and portability, with very good sound performance
  • 30 mm NEODYMIUM speakers for powerful sound
  • Foldable, ultra-lightweight design
  • Reinforced cable connection for durability
  • 3.5-6.3mm stereo adapter

46. Philips HE260 Ear Buds with Case
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00061IU82
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 15793
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Features

  • twin vents for balanced sound
  • 15mm soeaker element for maximum wearing comfort
  • unique flexi grip connection prevents cable damage
  • carrying case

47. Philips HS380 Lightweight Neckband Headphone
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B00006JPRE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 21149
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Features

  • Behind-the-neck headphones for portable audio devices
  • Trendy neckband design looks great and fits comfortably
  • 16 to 20,000 Hz frequency range
  • Bass Beat vents improve bass performance
  • 3.5 mm audio plug

48. Philips HS430 Lightweight Clip-On Headphones
list price: $14.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00022OAH0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 6838
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Features

  • Bass Beat vents for dynamic bass
  • Contoured ear-hook for comfort and stability
  • asymmetric cabling system for waring convenience
  • 12Hz¿20MHz

49. Philips HS510 Behind-the-Head Sport Lightweight Headphone with Neckband
list price: $17.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B0002ZAY4U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 4633
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Features

  • Behind-the-neck headphones for active lifestyles
  • Extra-lightweight neckband and soft ear hooks for comfort
  • Pull-relief system protects cord from yanking
  • Acoustic reflector system offers powerful bass performance
  • 24k gold-plated plug; 4.9-foot cord

50. ZENITH ZN-311 3 Device Universal TV Remote

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Asin: B00009RUEC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Zenith
Sales Rank: 39903
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51. Philips HL145 Stereo Headphones with Durable Headband
list price: $7.99
our price: $7.99
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Asin: B00061IU9G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 6348
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Features

  • Excellent sound performance and value for money
  • 30 mm speakers for powerful sound
  • Reinforced cable connection for durability
  • Ultra lightweight for wearing comfort
  • Special hinge construction

52. Philips HE261 Ear Buds with Case with interchangable caps
list price: $12.99
our price: $12.99
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Asin: B00061IU8M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 7134
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Features

  • 3 interchangeable cao sets to choose from
  • twin vents for balanced sound
  • 15mm speaker element for sound quality and wearing comfort
  • unique flexi grip connection prevents cable damage

53. Philips HP820 Full-Size Hi-Fi Headphones
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00061IYGK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 10530
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Features

  • Large Mylar diaphragms for full-bodied sound
  • Ulimate listening pleasure by the ergonomic design
  • Sturdy self-adjusting headband for fit-and-forget comfort
  • Large ear shells (90mm)

54. Philips MAT976A1 WebTV Plus/MSN TV Receiver

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Asin: B00005O7H0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 10769
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Philips MAT976A1 WebTV Plus/MSN TV Internet receiver works in tandem with Microsoft's MSN TV service to simplify the process of using the Internet. There's no computer required--all you need is the MAT976A1, an existing television, and a standard phone line. Enjoy the seamless integration of TV and Internet viewing through this simple, low-cost package.

Easy-to-follow instructions come in the box. Once you've connected the receiver to a television and phone line, simply turn it on and follow the onscreen instructions that guide you through the simple process of selecting and purchasing an MSN TV subscription. Plans range from $9.95 to $24.95 per month, depending upon your needs and interests.

MSN TV (formerly WebTV) is a subscription-based online service that packages specially screened and selected content. All Web content is adjusted for viewing on a television, and the graphics are enhanced for better viewing. Using the included universal remote or an optional wireless keyboard, you can send and receive e-mail, surf the Web, and enjoy many benefits of being online--right from the comfort and convenience of your couch.

The MAT976A1's TVLens technology presents Web pages with stunning clarity: content is always readable, and the TVLens eliminates interlace flickering and enhances your perceived image quality. The unit comes with Philips Magnavox's WebEye remote infrared receiver, a device that lets you place the MAT976A1 out of view in a more convenient place. A small cable connects the WebEye to the main unit.

You can simultaneously watch television and maintain a connection to the Internet, even if your TV doesn't have picture-in-picture capability. You can view text and video information about TV programs up to seven days in advance. This data is automatically updated from the Internet and remains available even when you're offline. While online, a feature called TV Crossover Links grants instantaneous access to the Internet using Microsoft-embedded links in TV programs or commercials--a great way to learn more about the programs you're watching.

Though it won't be as fast as broadband service, you'll enjoy a quick Internet connection and timely downloading of Web pages thanks to the MAT976A1's 167 MHz processor and built-in 56K modem. The MAT976A1 also offers advanced graphics and video performance through Videoflash, providing full-screen, full-motion video and customized graphics acceleration.

The MAT976A1 supports up to six e-mail users per household. Each account can be password-protected and has a unique Internet e-mail address, favorites list, and customized settings. MessageWatch periodically dials in to see if there is new e-mail--regardless of whether the Internet is activated--and a red "message" LED on the unit's front panel notifies you when new e-mail is present. Parental control software is available for children's accounts, helping to prevent access to inappropriate content, chat rooms, and e-mail from strangers.

While MSN TV does provide access to the Internet and e-mail, it is not designed to offer spreadsheet, word-processing, or other capabilities often associated with personal computers. MSN TV service does, however, support Secure Socket Layer (SSL), the Internet encryption standard. This allows MSN TV to offer encryption-protected online banking and shopping to subscribers, making online transactions simple and convenient.

MSN TV services are available as a local call in most areas. In some cases, long-distance telephone toll charges may apply. To determine if local access is available for you, just type your number into the fields on this page and hit "search": www.webtv.com/accesslocator/accesslocator.aspx. Detailed MSN TV pricing information is available here: www.webtv.com/buy_plans.aspx. For toll-free MSN TV customer support, call (800) 469-3288.

What's in the Box
Telephone splitter, RJ-11 phone cord, composite-video/stereo analog audio interconnect, S-video cable, remote control (with two AA batteries), power cord, WebEye remote receiver, coaxial video cable, IR (infrared) blaster cable, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • One button Internet access, no PC required: surf the Web with the included remote control--all you need is a TV and a phone line
  • Built-in TV tuner lets you watch TV and simultaneously link to related Web sites
  • Up to six individual e-mail boxes, parental controls, and a message-waiting light that alerts you to new mail
  • High-performance hardware, 56K modem, and full-motion Internet video
  • Philips WebEye infrared remote receiver lets you place the main unit out of sight

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars I Loved My Web TV Plus!
I had The Philips Magnavox Web TV Plus Internet receiver, I got it as a Christmas gift in 1999 or 2000 and I loved it. Before that I had an old computer that was on it's last legs so when a friend who has Web TV told me about it and that it was cheaper then buying a new computer I made plans on buying one for myself so I was very happy when I got one as a Christmas gift. I loved so many things about The Web TV Plus, one thing was putting the html sigs in my email but I think what I really loved the most was being able to watch TV while I was online and I even had it set up where I could watch a DVD or video while I was reading or composing email or reading or writing reviews on Amazon, etc, and even though I'm not a person who watches TV all day long I really loved getting my weeks worth of TV Listings and setting reminders of movies and TV shows I wanted to see so I could set my VCR timer and tape them or watch them while online but Unfortunately my Web TV Plus broke and for some reason Philips and also Sony are not making them anymore so I had to downgrade to a classic Unit. We now have two computers in the house and I use them but I still much prefer using Web TV which I find to be much more convenient and enjoyable and even though I had to downgrade to the MSN TV Classic Internet TV receiver and I preferred the Plus receiver I still prefer it over a computer. Buying a used or refurbished Plus receiver just wasn't an option for me but if some company ever starts making a new Plus receiver I will buy it and either give the classic receiver away to a reletive or I will sell it. Now even though the Plus receivers aren't being made right now you can still get the Plus service so if you have a Plus receiver take great care of it and hold on to it. I'm really hoping that they either make the Plus receiver again or what would be even greater would be one basic unit where you can choose to have either the classic or plus service. Also now if you also have a computer you can have your MSN service on both Your MSN TV and computer and you can check your email, etc, on both which I might consider doing someday. FYI: Web TV and MSN TV are the same but the service is just called MSN TV now.

5-0 out of 5 stars You gotta get one!!
There are various reasons why I love my webtv. First of all...so much easier than a computer and does basically all the same things. You can email, send and receive photos and voice mail recordings, print,surf the net, build web pages. You also do not EVER have to worry about viruses or upgrading. Webtv upgrades automatically when they have something new. Our latest is instant messaging which is great!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Send photos and voice recordings to your famil and friends
I have both the phillips and the sony models. My girlfriend and I send photos and recordings all over the world. We like the sony a little more because it is faster. But we reccommend both. You are going to spend a little more for the sony because of the larger memory and speed. I tried to email and download photos on a computer and it takes 4 times as long just to figure out how to do it. With webtv I'm allready done.

1-0 out of 5 stars I cannot review!
I bought a sony webtv,not a phillips! ... Read more


55. Philips CDR770BKCD Recorder
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004S2XL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 29428
Average Customer Review: 3.08 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Philips CDR770BK is a third-generation component CD recorder bringing unparalleled conveniences at an astonishingly low price. With this recorder you can make copies and compilations of your favorite music with greater ease--and more options--than with any other single-disc recorder.

The CDR770BK offers CD-R (write-once) and CD-RW (rewritable) compatibility and streamlined recording for single-track or whole-disc recordings. This CD recorder also offers CD Text (for reading text-encoded artist and track information) and text-entry ability, so you can enter titles and artist names for discs as well as individual tracks. In our view, this feature is extremely cool, especially for people who make a lot of compilations, where keeping track of who and what you're listening to after the fact is often tricky.

Multiple inputs (analog as well as coaxial and optical digital) and internal sample-rate conversion (to allow recording from DSS or DAT) expand your recording-source options, while a balance control lets you adjust the left/right input levels independently--even when making a digital recording (though you can't adjust the overall recording level when making a digital copy).

As with all CD recorders, discs must be finalized before you can play them on standard nonrecording CD players. The finalization process takes roughly four minutes. CD-RWs can be unfinalized and rerecorded (either by erasing the last track on the disc or the whole disc), while CD-Rs are permanent once they're finalized--you can't add any more material. More importantly, perhaps, you can never erase anything from a CD-R; once it's been recorded, it's permanent, whether you finalize the disc or not. If you're new to recording on CDs, it's a good practice to do a trial run on a CD-RW before you record your first CD-R. Another pointer: heed the manual's advice about level setting when making an analog copy of anything--setting the recording level too high can result in distorted, unlistenable sound.

Like most component CD recorders, the CDR770BK uses the Serial Copy Management System, which prevents you from making a digital copy of a digital copy. It also means you must use DA-type (Digital Audio) CD-Rs and CD-RWs with this deck, which cost a little more because you're paying artists' royalties. Computer-grade or professional CD-Rs and CD-RWs will not work with this recorder (except for playback, and only if they've been finalized).

Kudos to Philips for supplying all needed accessories for this component, from analog input and output interconnects to a coaxial-type digital cable. Be aware, though, that the quality of these cables is not the greatest; sound-conscious listeners will probably want to upgrade to sturdier, better-sounding cables, and some of your source components may require the use of a Toslink optical digital cable. ... Read more

Features

  • CD-R (write once) and CD-RW (rewritable) compatible
  • CD Text and text-entry capable
  • Coaxial and optical digital inputs
  • Recording-balance adjustment
  • 99-track programming

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Clear Copying, Great
I've had two CD burners in my lifetime, the first was a Pioneer, and frankly, out of the two, I like this one a lot better. My band and I made a demo CD, and we sold it to one of our friends. I came to his apartment one day, and he had it on. Our songs were so clear, it was unbelieveable. I asked if he had a new stereo, and he answered it was the same one (he is notorious for picking out bad equipment). It must be the burner, I thought. Today, I can mix and burn my own CDs, and take them to clubs, and the audio will just be unbelievable. The mixes are easy to stop, unlike some stereos, and you can easily turn up one instrument and turn down another. A good item, with wonderful sound.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable quality
I've had two CD burners in my lifetime, the first was a Pioneer, and frankly, out of the two, I like this one a lot better. My band and I made a demo CD, and we sold it to one of our friends. I came to his apartment one day, and he had it on. Our songs were so clear, it was unbelieveable. I asked if he had a new stereo, and he answered it was the same one (he is notorious for picking out bad equipment). It must be the burner, I thought. Today, I can mix and burn my own CDs, and take them to clubs, and the audio will just be unbelievable. The mixes are easy to stop, unlike some stereos, and you can easily turn up one instrument and turn down another. A good item, with wonderful sound.

5-0 out of 5 stars You'll never know how you managed without it!
If you've ever tried to burn your own CD using a PC then you'll love the simplicity of the 770. It's as easy to hook up as a cassette deck - with the added bonus of digital ins and outs. Copying old LP's and cassettes to CD was effortless, and the results were amazing. Much, much better than with a PC (or with a Pioneer burner that I used prior to getting the 770). Making perfect digital CD compilations from my collection couldn't have been easier, and unlike PC CD burners, the CD's that the 770 burns are guaranteed to play in any CD player. Great for making mixes to listen in the car. I've had mine for nearly 2 years and have never experienced any problems. It's a great product!

5-0 out of 5 stars CDR TO DIE FOR!
so many features, so much quality and amazing versitality. record from radio, mini disc, vynal, cassette or CD and it'll still sound better than the original source!In a hurry? then record in double time without major loss of sound quality.
Overall great recorder and a decend CD player!

1-0 out of 5 stars A very expensive paperweight
Don't waste your money, you'll never get your money out of this product. Philips has NO customer service so why they call it that is beyond me. Good luck if you decide to buy this .... ... Read more


56. Philips CD Recorder (CDR778)

Asin: B00006B0QE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 29704
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Top notch machine changes my life daily
Today I bought Cream's "Wheels of Fire" and "Live Cream" used on Amazon.com so I could burn my own super CD of live Cream. I'm going to mix in a couple tracks from "Ginger Baker's Air Force" and have my own dual CD set of Cream greats. Then I'll sell the CDs for about half what I paid for them.

This is how my life changed since I bought this machine, which is a little termperamental about what CDs it will record but is otherwise trustworthy and steadfast. It has not broken down in six years of continuous use and has allowed me to burn 250 of my own CDs and another 100 or so for my friends from CDs, records, tapes and even 8 tracks. It won't turn a sow's ear into a silk purse sonically but it gives me more control over the final product than any prior machine I used while making cassettes and CDs the past 30 years.

As a person that buys 30 CDs a month and sells about half that number, I have high expectations for my music library. This machine allows me to create CDs with Anton Bruckner, Jack Bruce and Nat King Cole mixed in or whatever fits my mood. I'm sorry Philips discontinued this model but am pleased to say they still offer live technical advice over on their web site.

5-0 out of 5 stars It gave me everything I wanted
I bought mine on E-Bay as a used and it worked just fine. I used it for over two years without any trouble until it got stolen in a break-in, from high speed dubbing, or recording from tapes using the analogue connection manually, to recording over the air radio broadcasts. It worked even better than the 'brand new and sealed' Sony RCD W-3 that I got as a replacement from the store. The only trouble that I encountered with it was that it had trouble recording 80 minute disks. I was later told by Philips that it was actually meant to work with 74 minute disks only and I only wish they would tell people that important fact before they buy or at least write that in their manual. Otherwise everything else was OK. I give it a high five. ... Read more


57. Philips CDR775BK Dual-Deck Audio CD Recorder
list price: $329.99
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Asin: B00004STHL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 7371
Average Customer Review: 2.64 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Philips' CDR775BK CD recorder smashes the $400 price point for dual-disc CD decks, bringing high-speed recording and hard-wired convenience to a new level of affordability.

The deck works equally well as a recorder and as a player, thanks to its abundant hook-up options, though it doesn't muster the stellar quality from its analog outputs that you'll find in pricier CD recorders and players. (The digital outputs sound fine, however.)

The CDR775BK is equally happy receiving data from either of the two established means of digital audio transmission (optical or coaxial), and its analog inputs let you feed the recorder from external devices such as a cassette deck or a turntable--though a turntable must first be routed through a phono preamplifier, such as the phono input on a receiver.

Topping the list of cool playback features is the CDR775BK's DJ mode, which lets the two trays function independently; each "deck" offers a choice of analog or coaxial digital outputs. This means, taking the mode literally, that you can make yourself the life of a party by routing the deck's respective outputs into a DJ's mixer and letting fly with a new song just as the song from the other tray is fading out.

Alternately, you can route the outputs to separate amplifiers or receivers and enjoy simultaneous playback of different music in different rooms. Even cooler: you can program up to 99 tracks, switching between the two decks at will with no waiting during the switching (using analog or digital outputs).

You can also customize your CDs by recording at either normal or double speed from the player deck to the recorder deck. Double-speed recording can only take place during internal digital dubbing, however. CDs made from analog or external digital sources--or discs made from copies of digital recordings (see the accompanying FAQ for more details)--must be made at single speed.

All recording falls into one of five categories. In any category, the process is the same: first select the type of recording you'll be making, then hit Record--it's pretty much as simple as that.

A category called MAKE CD will digitally record the CD in the playback tray at high speed and automatically finalize the disc (that is, prepare it for use in standard CD players) upon completion, coming as close as can be to one-touch recording.

RECORD FAST is similar, but will not finalize the disc, letting you add additional tracks at normal speed or material from a different source before completing the CD. RECORD LISTEN makes a digital recording at single speed, resulting in the most faithful sounding digital reproductions. RECORD EXTERNAL DISC will commence recording upon the CDR775's sensing of a digital signal from an external digital source, while the last method, RECORD EXTERNAL MANUAL, lets you tell the recorder when to begin recording from an external source, either analog or digital.

One thing this recorder does that may be unique to Philips recorders is to cancel a recorded track altogether if you hit stop within three seconds of initiating a recording. This prevents false starts (as when you miss the beginning of a track you're recording from vinyl or cassette) by letting you stop the recording and begin the track anew; other decks will record the glitch and offer no means for erasing or skipping it later.

We found the recorder to be finicky about the brand and duration of discs used. As with all component CD recorders, you must use designated "music" or "audio" CD-Rs and CD-RWs with the CDR775BK. We got the most consistently favorable results with 74-minute Memorex audio CD-Rs, though the recorder worked fine with most 80-minute Memorex discs as well (occasional discs would record but refuse to finalize).

A headphone jack is a huge convenience, but for some reason Philips neglected to supply a volume control for it, so you're stuck with a single (to our ears) very loud output.

Other drawbacks include downright strange sound from the standard analog stereo outputs (bloated bass and tizzy treble) and the absence of a fade-in/-out button (forcing you to record from the analog inputs and perform manual fades if you want smooth transitions on cuts from live albums or if you want to squeeze a three-minute song onto the end of a disc with only 2:45 remaining).

Nevertheless, given everything the CDR775 does--and the price at which it does it--this CD recorder makes an exciting production tool for the inner DJ in all of us. --Michael Mikesell

Pros:

  • Continuous play (deck 1 to deck 2)
  • 99-track programming across both discs
  • High-quality analog-to-digital converters
  • Will cancel a mistake if recording is stopped within 3 seconds
  • High-speed dubbing
  • Headphone jack
  • Independent digital outputs

Cons:

  • No volume control for headphone jack
  • No fade-in/-out command
  • Poor sound from analog outputs
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Features

  • For use only with "audio" or "music" CD-Rs--will not work with data CD-Rs; 74-minute discs recommended over 80-minute
  • Dual-output DJ mode allows you to operate both decks simultaneously
  • High-speed (2x) and normal-speed dubbing
  • Disc title entry and storage
  • Coaxial and optical digital-audio inputs and outputs; stereo analog inputs and outputs; copies DTS- and HDCD-encoded CDs

Reviews (39)

2-0 out of 5 stars Fun Product: Just Pray It Doesn't Break
I've had the Philips CDR775 for about a year now. I love the ability to record CDs, but I think maybe I should have shopped around for a better product.

My biggest complaint with Philips is that their support is awful. They have idoits with no training answering the phones. You can actually hear them reading through the same notes you can find on the web. Call with a complex problem and they ask dumb questions like "are your cables plugged in?"

My second complaint is that with fast dubbing, the deck adds a half second of blank time between tracks. Therefore, don't bother copying a continuous play CD. They sound really bad.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nothing but problems
Philips just doesn't know what they're doing, plain and simple. I went through 3 different units and they all had the same problems! Read some of the other reviews for the list of problems; I've encountered most of them. I can't stress how bad their burners are! What a headache having to send it out just to come back with the same problems...on 3 different untis none the less! I finally demanded my money back from Circuit City (who I wouldn't recommend either) and went with the Pioneer 839 from Tweeter (who are light years better than CC) and have been very happy with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars 'reviewers' here are CLUELESS, or 100% LIARS LIKE BU$H & CO.
this is an outstanding indestructible product made by Philips Electronics, one of the developers of the CD format (previously owned a Magnavox [manufactured by Philips] CDB650 player which I bought in March 1987 and played every day for 2 hrs. minimum until Spring 2001 when its laser finally gave out - that's 14 straight years).

Philips CD player and burner units are extremely well-manufactured electronic components designed for years of reliable use, unlike 99% of the BIC lighter/landfill material on the shelves out there.

well first of all -

it's an *AUDIO* component recorder, so you have to use *AUDIO* CD-Rs.

*computer* CD-Rs WON'T WORK IN THIS UNIT.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND?

high-quality audio CD-Rs are preferable - look for Made In Japan (*not* Taiwan, China or Singapore) or go online and get Mitsui, now Made In Colorado at their factory there. 80-minute or 74-minute *doesn't matter* (but audio does, of course).

I've burned over 400 CD-Rs with this unit so far. I don't make 'compilation mix' CD-Rs, just straight copies - without artificial track gaps - of original discs.

out of those 400, only a half dozen didn't finish burning or were otherwise 'aborted' by the machine. I suspect in these cases that the machine didn't quite have time to *properly initialize and calibrate* the to-be-burned disc upon first placement into the tray.

It's important to push the record selector buttons *one at a time* with this unit, otherwise you might 'confuse' it a bit and possibly screw up your disc burn. *always* let the machine completely go through its initialize (less than 1 minute) and finalize (just over 2 minutes) processes with each disc before touching "eject" or any other buttons.

for a perfect burn, just:

1. place the original and recording discs into the trays, and close them

2. give the machine about 30 sec to *initialize* the CD-R to be burned, and *wait* for the display to show 0:00 or the disc time

3. select your record mode -
a) Record Fast [double speed recording - manual finalize at end]
b) Record Listen [exact slow speed recording - manual finalize at end]
c) Make CD [double speed recording - *auto* finalize at end]

4. press "record"

on those Manual Finalize record modes a) and b), the machine will finish copying the disc, and the display will either show the disc total time, or sometimes 0:00 - then press the "finalize" button. As an 'answer' to your pressing the "finalize" button, the display will then show "Finalize CD? Press Record" - now you hit the "record" button. Finalize takes 2 minutes and 10 seconds. then you can press "eject", and onto your next disc.

on the Auto Finalize "Make CD" double-speed record mode c), the player automatically transitions itself into the finalize process at the end of burn, adding 2 minutes and 10 seconds to the already cut-in-half playing time. otherwise same as above.

Careful: track lengths of less than 4 seconds are not allowed on this unit. If any of your original disc tracks are really short (less than 15 seconds) the unit may insert an unwanted blank gap automatically.

BUY A PHILIPS CDR775 on this site or at internet auctions - THEY'RE AWESOME and because half-baked reviews scared off potential owners, you can find *new* or barely used ones around, for CHEAP!!! buy 2 or 3, so when one finally kicks off you can keep on burnin'!!!

enjoy

1-0 out of 5 stars SAD JUST SAD
I was reading some of the reviews and i began to chuckle,at least i was not the only sorry one....I was very happy in the beginning and made a few great mix cd's for when i hit the road.( that is the reason i purchased it ! )I tried to use it recently and when i turned it on i heard this vroooom vroooom vrooom sound from the recording side.The sound went away so i tried to make another cd,well YOU GUESSED IT ,,no good.Tried again wasted another cd.Such a shame.It's not old at all.No need for me to get it fixed.It'll probably cost more than the unit.
SO BE AFRAID,VERY AFRAID...SAD JUST SAD!

1-0 out of 5 stars I, too, thought I'd get more use out of it
I've had it for almost 2 years and now it just isn't working right 90% of the time. I'm ready to toss the S.O.B. but I am struggling to figure out a reasonable cost alternative for home-studio CD mastering and reproduction.

Damn - thought it would last longer.... ... Read more


58. Philips FWC577 5-CD Mini Stereo System
list price: $249.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008Y1AF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 3682
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Philips designed the FWC577 with gamers and computer users in mind, equipping the mini stereo system with a game port (for direct connection to consoles) and a USB PC link (for streaming MP3 content). The result is a system that delivers thrilling, explosive sound whether you're using it to immerse yourself in the Halo universe or listen to the latest White Stripes CD. The system even offers a game sound mode, so you can choose which sound setting best fits the title you're playing--i.e., Blast, for shooting games; Punch, for fighting games; and Speed, for driving and flying games. The game mix function adds the additional benefit of letting you design a soundtrack to your favorite game using CDs, the radio, or MP3s.

The 330-watt system isn't for gamers only, however. It also includes a five-disc CD changer compatible with CD, CD-R, and CD-RW formats, a digital AM/FM tuner with 40 presets and an auto-store facility, and a three-way bass reflex speaker system. The CD player is programmable with up to 40 tracks, and includes such features as repeat and shuffle. The audio is augmented by the system's Max technology, which boosts the bass, maximizes the volume performance, and enhances the overall listening experience with the touch of a single button. Other audio bonuses include Virtual Ambience Control, which mimics the acoustic effects of your favorite performance setting, such as a cinema, hall, or concert environment, and Digital Sound Control, which lets you choose among several optimized settings for specific musical styles, such as jazz, pop, and rock.

When linked to your PC, the FWC577 uses its bundled MusicMatch software to act as a jukebox, and lets you navigate (via your remote control) to play, pause, stop, and skip tracks without sitting down at your computer. The stereo even displays the song title and track time. To use the software, your PC must be running Windows 98, Me, 2000, or XP on an Intel MMX 200 MHz or faster processor, and you need 15 MB free hard disk space for the software installation. The stereo is bundled with a USB cable and PC link installer disc.

The amplifier delivers 165 watts to each of the two main speakers, which feature 6-1/2-inch woofers, 2-inch Ferro Fluid tweeters, and 1-inch Polydome piezos. The speakers also include six Max bass ports, along with detachable grilles.

Other features include a dim mode, a clock with separate alarm and sleep timers, a 32-key remote control, a demo mode, plug-and-play functionality, and an interactive dashboard display. The FWC577 can connect to a variety of other devices via its audio analog inputs (auxiliary and game port), video input and output (composite cinch), and 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack, in addition to the digital audio input (USB link). The system carries a one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 330-watt mini stereo system with 165 watts per channel
  • Game port connects to game console for enhanced video game sound
  • USB PC link remotely streams MP3 content
  • 5-disc CD changer compatible with CD, CD-R, and CD-RW formats
  • Measures 20.9 inches by 12.6 inches by 15.4 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Well worth the $$$
I read the reviews above went to the store checked it out and said I got to have it. Playstation 1&2 and DVD's sound awesome with it. The mixing is a great feature due to the fact you can play CD's while using it for PS2 without switching CD's. If your looking for a great sound, looking for a mini stereo system for your MP-3 music look no further. I hooked up my notebook to it and played music for hours. Great Buy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Sound at a Great Price!
Just received the Philips 5-CD Mini Stereo System. First of all, putting it together was a snap! It is very easy to use and the sound is great.

5-0 out of 5 stars cheaper price
I saw this at wal-mart for 100 dollars. dont waste you money buyin it for 140. you should be able to find it cheaper just about anyplace else.

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful quality with minor defects
My first experience with the FWC577 was not so pleasant. I had to bring it back to the store after a CD was jammed inside. Somehow while the machine attempted to swap CD's, a CD got lodged between two trays. Hesitantly I returned it and got another one to give it the benefit of the doubt. I am glad that I made that choice. The mini system has supurb sound and bass. My only complaint is with the USB PC LINK. I constantly listen to online radio stations. For some odd reason there is a distortion of sound that will last anywhere from a few seconds or until I stop the media player (winamp) and restart it. I figure that that distortion is caused when the mini system can't handle the input. I have tested the PC LINK on a desktop and laptop computer and get the same response. It happens rarely which makes it acceptable but it is nonetheless annoying.

Overall the system is great for it's value and I am very pleased. Gamers or not...if you like hard bass and wicked loud music then this is toy that you'll greatly enjoy.

5-0 out of 5 stars awesome stuff
i have gone to many stores and i did like it i always crank it up and by far of the ones i got to turn up before i got yelled at this wuz the best im kind of leery of buying it for the reason that i love loud music and will prolly keep the speakers real close to my head and go deaf but thats a small price u gotta pay METALLICA FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... Read more


59. Philips MX5000D DVD Home Theater System
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00006JBK2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 38579
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Philips MX5000D consists of a Dolby Digital/DTS-capable surround sound receiver with an integrated three-DVD/CD changer, five compact satellite speakers, and a 125-watt powered subwoofer for full throttle theater power. The MX5000D has a Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Pro Logic channel decoder. The DVD drive plays DVD, DVD+RW, and VCDs, as well as CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 CDs. A full onscreen display simplifies setup and operation. Other video features include zoom, multi-angle viewing, and parental lock. The system's 115-watts-per-channel receiver and 125-watt subwoofer deliver a total of 700 watts of home theater power. The amplifier was designed with special attention to the extreme dynamics possible in DVD movie presentations.

The system's five two-way (three-driver) satellite speakers are acoustically designed to match the tonal characteristics of the receiver. Front left, right, and center speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent any interference with your TV's image. The sixth speaker is a 125-watt subwoofer with a front-firing 6.5-inch woofer and Twinport bass tubes to reflect sound waves off the floor, thereby heightening the overall impact. The tuner offers 30 FM/AM presets.

The receiver features two analog-audio inputs and three analog-audio outputs, along with three digital-audio inputs (two coaxial, one optical). Three video inputs and two video outputs (including the primary monitor output) accommodate other video components. Philips' use of distinct colors for each speaker cable and for each terminal on the speaker and the receiver greatly simplifies speaker setup.

The package contains a remote control, batteries, instruction for use, AM and FM antennas, a quick-installation card, warranty information, six loudspeakers, speaker cable (left/right: two nine-foot lengths; center: nine feet; surround: two 33-foot lengths), a subwoofer connection cable, a digital-audio interconnect, and a composite-video cable. ... Read more

Features

  • Theater system with 3-DVD/CD changer, five satellite speakers, a powered subwoofer, and 700 watts total system power
  • Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround decoding for discrete, immersive DVD surround sound
  • 30 FM/AM station presets
  • AV inputs for three additional components
  • All necessary speaker cables and interconnects included

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars "Lot's of Juice"
At 700 Watts, this system has "lots of juice."

No, it doesn't have a lot of inputs/outputs, but it does have what counts...an optical audio input, which is the "best of the best" when it comes to inputs.

I have the system hooked up to my Playstation 2 using the optical audio input and it works great.

This is an excellent system for you if you have the optical audio capabilities.

3-0 out of 5 stars Functional and annoying, but not defective.
Well, it's NOT a powered subwoofer... no matter what the above description says. The sub enclosure's side panels vibrate as much as the speaker cone. (I'm not kidding.) The sub is used to too-high of a frequency and it's not very clean. Overall, the sound was inferior to a Philips MX995(?) home theater system purchased as a gift for a relative some time back.

So, before returning the system for a refund, I substituted some floor-standing Boston Acoustics speakers highjacked from the stereo system for the front channels. Then I disabled the sub! There's no way to adjust the sub's x-over frequency to complement the new speakers, and it was just too boomy in the upper bass otherwise.

The disc player is incredibly slow to load, and the remote control interface is annoying: You must press the DVD/CD function button before the forward/back buttons will control the player. But when you do this, the disc being played is unloaded and the changer advances to the next disc. Likely an artifact of mixing front panel and remote operations, but doesn't everyone do that?

Very limited video in/out. One S-video output jack, fed only from the DVD player. All other video connections are composite. No component video output. (Phonograph preamp is also absent, but you may not care.) Tuner is OK.

The spouse is satisfied, so I guess the (modified) system stays. But,

my next 'home theater' purchase will not have speakers packaged with the electronics! And since there's no growing room with the supplied electronics package, the next purchase will probably happen when the five-year old TV needs replacing. Hmmm. Better keep shopping! ... Read more


60. PHILIPS 34PW9819 34" Matchline Series Television

Asin: B0000AINEI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 47102
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Amazon.com Product Description

Offering premium quality in a 34-inch CRT set, Philips' 34-inch Matchline Series widescreen 34PW9819 offers a Real Flat, high-definition picture tube to give you the best home-cinema viewing when you use the set with a progressive-scan DVD player or an outboard digital set-top box for DTV reception. Picture enhancements include a sophisticated 3D Y/C digital comb filter (which improves the quality of incoming interlaced video signals by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl) and Digital Natural Motion and Pixel Plus, which bring interlaced sources like VCRs and non-progressive-scanning DVD players into the digital realm. Pixel Plus digital processing offers a choice of two different scanning techniques: progressive scan or Pixel Plus.

Progressive scan doubles the number of picture lines, eliminating line flicker and providing a jitter-free picture. Pixel Plus improves the appearance of onscreen motion. The number of picture lines is increased along with the number of pixels per line, giving normal broadcast signals, DVD reproduction or Digital TV signals, unparalleled sharpness and depth. This gives you near-high-definition and natural looking detail from SD (standard-definition) interlaced signals. Further, a feature called Active Control continuously analyzes incoming signals and optimizes picture color, sharpness, contrast, and digital noise reduction 60 times per second.

Double-window, dual-tuner PIP (picture-in-picture) delivers the ability to split the television picture in half and display two independent television shows at the same time without having to use an additional source for tuning. A surf button lets you easily switch among only the channels that are of interest to you (the ones that you have programmed into the TV’s Surf control through the onscreen menu). Surf allows two-channel surfing or nine-channel surfing.

The set offers Dolby Pro Logic surround decoding along with four-channel sound and 15 watts per channel (left, center, right, subwoofer) with deep bass for a rich, theatrical presentation. An integrated center speaker sits in the best possible position for dialog reproduction, and a feature called 3D Surround simulates surround sound from any two speakers.

An HDCP-protected DVI-HDCP direct-digital HD input and two sets of high-definition component-video inputs accommodate a PC, a set-top box/HD satellite receiver, and a progressive-scan DVD player, while side and rear composite- and S-video inputs accommodate other hardware. Rear-panel audio/video outputs make it a cinch to hook the set up with your home theater surround receiver for a truly immersive AV experience. A .125-inch headphone jack lets you listen in private. The set includes an NTSC tuner for standard TV reception and comes with a universal remote control.

What's in the Box
TV, a RC2043/01B universal remote control, remote batteries, operating instructions, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • Digital Natural Motion
  • Active Control Plus
  • 34 Widescreen (16 - 9) RealFlat CRT Picture Tube with Auto Screen Fit
  • Analog and DVI (with HDCP) inputs
  • 3D Y/C Comb Filter

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