Summary: You should consider this DVD player a 9-month lease. Works well, but in 9-12 months, some DVDs stop loading. Then, about 6 months later, nothing loads. This is not confined to just one machine. I had 3 of these, and they all were dead within 18 months. It doesn't make sense they would all have this problem. Perhaps the software inside is setup to disintegrate at a specified date. Perhaps some component dies. Whatever the case, I'm 3 for 3 on these dying.
Summary: The features on this bargain DVD player are excellent. The player has a great function display on it's face and good on screen prompts. The problem is it suddenly quit loading DVDs after less than sixteen months and is now junk. So if you want a good DVD player that will last you just long enough to be beyond the one-year parts warrantee, this is the unit for you.
Summary: This DVD player looks fantastic on paper. But, like all the other cheapo players out there, in practice it's a complete letdown. We bought two and we're on the second one within 3 months as the first has started to die and keeps juttering and crashing on different discs. Pros: - Good picture quality for a cheapo DVD player - DTS, progessive scan, and component out - Good PAL -> NTSC Conversion including anamorphic widescreen - Easy to make region-free Cons: - The...
Summary: This DVD player was cheap... in fact the store where I bought my computer (not cheap) actually threw it in as a bonus. I was quite amazed to find out that it has a great 10-bit video DAC, and a 24-bit/96Khz audio DAC. AND a digital audio receiver chip which can decode HDCD! This is a relatively high-end feature, as is the digital optical TOSLINK output. Picture quality is excellent.
Summary: Ok, it's not *that* bad, but it is. Good picture. there. But my goodness, hard buttons, instead of the soft push ones. lame. no fast foward / rewind on the actual player, only skip. um, resume, hello?! if you don't push play right away after stop, you must start from the beginning, lame much? my oritron had better features than this piece of.... I was even going to return it but i figured, oh, i'll just keep it and deal. i regret that, i hate this dvd player.
Daewoo DVG-9200N---non-functioning, without directions
Avrama Gingold "AcademicFactor", Amazon
11 October 2005
Summary: Had I wanted to throw away money without getting functional DVD player with complete directions IN ENGLISH I'd simply have made out a check to some charity. No warranty included, so as far as I am concerned I spent money for nothing.
Summary: First I'd like to say that delivery of this item was "lightening-fast", I'd ordered an import concert dvd and I knew I needed to find a "multi-region Pal/Ntsc player". Boy am I happy!, I didn't even need to press numbers on the remote!,all I had to do was read the operating manual and set my TV to "ntsc" in the player system and voila'!; it automatically plays "Pal/Ntsc" dvd's. Thanks to Amazon and North Star I'm able to watch my Monica Naranjo concert!.
Summary: I bought this for my mother in law in Brazil. Her city uses 120v, so no issue about power. Her TV is also mono, and no trouble in the menus to make the DVD player do Mono (if you want). The region free hack worked great. Just open the tray, press 1,3,5,7,0 (slowly) on the remote, and you have a region free DVD player. It withstood the trip in my suitcase fine, and I find it stylish and easy to use. I can't recommend it more. Hope you enjoy yours.
Summary: I had owned a Cyberhome CH-402 for a couple of years, until it crapped out on me, and by a recommendation from folks on a movie board I belong to, I bought this DAEWOO DVG-9200N player. I have alot of non-Region 1 Pal/ntsc dvd's, and my main focus was for a dvd player to be able to play my "Anamorphic" NON Region 1 ntsc dvd's correctly.