Gary, If you do this you are going to toast your CD player. I suppose you are thinking because the VA that it will be ok. It won't.
Your CD is not desinged to handle the higher voltage . This is really no different that taking a 120 volt microwave and trying to plug it into 240 volt source; and I know you wouldn't want to do that. The only difference here is amps for household stuff and milliamps for your electronics. Same result though; you get to go and get a new one.
normally located in the power adaptor. unscrew it.
The Venturer PVS3368 Portable DVD Player has a car adaptor and also has a rechargeable battery system.
no the remote has to come with the porable DVD player
The best way to control a portable DVD player without a remote is with the built-in controls. You can also purchase a universal remote.
The first portable CD players hit the market in the same year that CDs were launched. Among others, Sony had a portable player that came with a mains power adaptor and an optional battery pack for use away from a mains supply. The price was in the region of $400 / £250 and was in excess of twice the price of a static player at the time.
Portable media player was created in 2002.
A DVD is relatively portable but I suspect you mean a DVD player? In which case it's only portable if it's a portable DVD player.
A portable cd player will only play cds. A portable dvd player will play dvds, as well as cds. A dvd player is mostly different in that it will play movies.
The wireless should be built into the player
One example of a portable media player is an ipod.
It depends primarily on your multimedia player and portable music player. .aac is a file format used mainly on iTunes and on iPods. .mp3 is more universal, readable by most media/music players and on all portable music players including iPods themselves.