Stephanie Lee Caldwell "LiveForLIghtfootMusic", Amazon
26 June 2008
Summary: I couldn't get the Mintek player I wanted--it was on backorder. I was going out-of-town and I watch dvds notstop when I am away from home, and Audiovox is supposed to be good. I had had two Mintek dvd players in the past and they were great; the last one died from old age, and over-work.
Summary: Watching DVD's come in nice and so is the sound but I have some professionaly done photo's on CD's and they come up distorted. I'm not pleased about that as I wanted to use them for my business.
Summary: All-in-all, this product is exactly what I was looking for in a portable DVD player. The screen is large enough and bright enough to use in day light, but not direct sunlight which seems to be a problem with all units of this type, not this specific unit.
Summary: Got a D2011 at BJs. It was packaged in the durned tuff blisterpack like plastic. Had to be real careful to avoid damaging the product getting the packaging open. Takes a relatively long time to "load" a disc. Picture looked great but the sound at full was barely above a whisper.
Summary: I bought this DVD player because Audiovox has a reputable name (compared to brands such as Mustek, Coby, etc.), however, my experience with this unit has brought the Audiovox name down a few notches.
Summary: We have not had this item for long but we have enjoyed it so far. The picture is beautiful. My daughter was looking at a movie in the backseat. Someone in the movie was pouring water and it sounded so real I had to turn around and make sure it was not my daughter pouring the water.