Practical Motorhome reviews the Philips PD7022 – find out how good this portable DVD player is from our expert test team

Overview

Price £150 (two screens)

Web www.philips.co.uk

This system comes with two units,  which are meant to fit on the back of cab-seat headrests (the relevant mounts are provided). Each player also has a little built-in stand, making them easy to use while you’re in your ’van’s lounge, too. The units have 7-inch screens and a DVD player. Philips’ players have the most intuitive set of controls in this test – we liked the button on the top that lets you quickly adjust the brightness. They can also be connected so that both screens play the same DVD, which is handy. The screen quality is surprisingly poor, but otherwise these are excellent players.

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