Summary: This unit is a few years/generations old, and I think all the standard reviews about have it covered -- but, a few reviews I've seen mentioned that their unit stopped working, and the took ti back, etc. Well, a friend of mine's stopped working, and I thought I'd share with you how I fixed it (it was pretty simple)...
Summary: This unit is designed for the pre-HD TV's (which are few and far between), on the market. There needs to be a retro fit to make it compatible with the new HD digital TV's now being sold. Also the keyboard plug is for the out-dated "PS/2" type connection and not the current market sold "USB". The PS/2 connection must be apparently only a true IBM keyboard and not one of the many clones that are now being marketed.
Summary: I have a huge DVD collection. So I decided to buy this DVD changer. And for about a year or so I was in heaven. Not having to search for A DVD around the house was great. The only problem with this changer, and most people will not have this problem, but alot of people have. Is it just randomly stops reading your DVD's. So I would keep that in mind before purchasing this dvd changer.
Summary: This is a nice changer with some interesting features, but the user interfaces is lacking. Pros: The "Best" feature allows you to save a chapter to a last-in, first-out list. Press the "Best" button the remote to save the current chapter. When not playing, pressing "Best" plays back the chapters saved. Great for storing those awesome scenes. Pressing next chapter takes you to the next saved disk/chapter. Digital Noise Reduction.