Summary: While the picture and sound quality was quite good while it worked, this dvd player was only used 4 or 5 times before breaking--no picture. I had a prior good experience with a Coby dvd player, which is why I bought this one despite the other reviews complaining that this dvd player broke within a short period of time. Sadly, I now agree with those reviews. Buyers beware.
Summary: I bought this to take on a long trip for my daughter to watch... would not work properly, but i figured i just had not operated it correctly! boy was i wrong-- it will only have a WHITE SCREEN show up and sometimes you can hear it but not see what is playing... DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!
Summary: I used this item for about 3 weeks after my TV went out so as to watch movies. After 3 weeks, it broke down entirely. As with all modern electronics, the cost to repair is more than the item is worth, so this is just another piece of Chinese made garbage!
Summary: Bought this for my 65 yr old mother for xmas last year. Worked great for about 8 mos and now get an error message of WRONG DISC. Will not even play the laser cleaner CD? Have gone through all of the settings several times and there are no errors there. It was not all that expensive but should have lasted longer than eight months!
Summary: Great picture & sound. It has served my purposes very well. Just a few unfortunate quirks: I purchased this DVD player 4 months ago and it has had minimal use (maybe 20 hours of play time total). Unfortunately I opened it up the other day to play a movie and the screen never came on. I pulled out the manual and tried some of the troubleshooting instructions, with no success; I was prepared to simply toss it and purchase another player.
Summary: Poor, poor quality product. Audio is awful (loud buzzing in background). Three minutes into watching video the screen went blank. Dead pixels on screen when opened. Never buy again from this brand.
Summary: Due to a serious safety defect in the DVD player's "swivel display" capabilities, the unit does not provide any "over-rotation constraint" in either direction but instead dangerously relies on its feeble, internal electrical wires to become wrapped around the 1/4" pivot-pole and then stretched/entagled in order to eventually "stop the rotation" of the screen. Unfortunately, those wires then become "stretched, fray, and/or eventually break" -- as in my unit's scenario.