Summary: I'm really hard on DVD players, sometimes doing marathon movies or season episodes. Generally, I watch DVDs instead of TV. I began with GoVideo (1 year), then Magnavox (2 years), then same Magnavox (6 mos), then Sony (3 months - what a waste of $80).
Summary: I actually ordered the DVP 3560, an older and slightly more expensive machine. It was sold by a third party seller and Fulfilled by Amazon. Well, the seller had it listed wrong and I received the 3680.
Summary: like caroline in posting below i ordered the other model and they sent this (again the third party..must be a scam so beware) anyway this is a fabulous player. i have a lot of film on avi's some encoded with pcm audio which another expensive dvd recorder would not play.
Summary: Not sure if this is the Philips products owned by Funai, but this DVD player feels a little on the cheap side (even though it was indeed cheap). It really performs the functions you'd expect respectably.
Summary: this was advertised as playing .mp4 and .mkv files, however it does not support most .mp4 or .mkv files. A better description should be listed on the website - very disappointing. I am returning the unit.
Summary: If I could give this machine no stars, I would. When will I learn! Pay attention to the negative reviews! I purchased this DVD player based on a glowing review from another user who just happened to have the same kind of older TV that I have, and was using the player for exactly the same purpose;...
Summary: I bought this because it is the same model as an organization I help out by putting together videos for them. There were issues with the videos I made, so I bought to test the DVDs before I delivered them. The player works perfectly, no flaws or gotchas.
Summary: The DVD player is a little louder than you'd expect a DVD player to be, but other than that it works great! I really like the USB feature which accepts way more than the claimed divx codec. I've played AVI and MP4 files too, all from an external hard drive!
Summary: Had a previous model Philips DVD player for several, but the HDMI video output died on it. The new one, DVP3680, is easier to use aqnd initialy set up. The HDMI enhanced video works great. Only complaint is the small remote which is a pain in the a......s if you have large hands. OK for a woman.