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Wednesday, February 21, 2001
Audiovox introduces next generation DVD products


"...Audiovox Corporation today introduced its new line of DVD-enabled video products which include mobile, home, portable and flat screen video models. Building on the success of last year's portable DVD-1500, Audiovox introduced the DV-1680, the next generation of portable DVD. The new slim-line model features a 6.8`` screen, cigarette lighter adapter and credit card-size remote. It will play DVD, CD, CDV (CD video), and CDR (converts music off your computer). The DV-1680 also plays CDRW (rewriteable) and MP3 material..."



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