Who invented the portable DVD player?

Answer The portable DVD (Digital Versatile Disk) player was invented by Mizoguchi Tetsuya, Sato Masayuki and Sakamoto Hiroyuki of Japan. The U.S. Patent 6374040 for the portable DVD player was issued Apri... Read More »

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Who invented the portable CD player?

Although many companies worked on CD technology and invented the components that led to the creation of CD players, Sony Corporation (Japan) invented the first portable CD player, the D-50, in 1984... Read More »

Would you really be able to see a clear difference between a portable dvd player and a portable blu ray player?

You won't see any significant difference (The screen is too small to show differences due to the higher resolution of Blu-ray (and the BD player screen may not even be higher resolution than the DV... Read More »

How to Hook Up an MP3 Player to a Portable CD Player?

Because MP3 players are so small, they can be carried and used anywhere. But they usually don't include their own speakers and must be connected to external speakers or headphones. If you have a po... Read More »

What is the difference between portable DVD player and car player?

A car player means that the player is built into the car. A portable DVD player can only be played in the car by connecting a DV-power cable to the car battery.