Summary: Thanks to USA NYC corporate clowns who's ingenious minds set to design and make this machine come back fresh from a sweatshop in China on a let's go, move it, move it, "chop-chop" basis, well, it's another company that probably soon will tank on the US stock market if they don't slow down and test market their products before releasing them out and to the public. For I have a number of systems that play MPEG-4, MP4 files and this one just doesn't cut it.
Summary: Overall I like the product but I can see why it was returned. It plays most mp3's but some which hold over 100 items will not play. I guess it can't handle the density. Thank goodness most of my mp3's play just fine.
Summary: I bought this to use primarily as a monitor for my swift hitch camera which only has a 2 1/2" screen. This DVD player has selectable video in and video out which many DVD players do not support. It works fine and will allow me to monitor the camera on the larger screen. I watched a DVD on it for a short period of time and it seems to work fine. I would say the quality isn't the finest, but what can you expect for $60.
Summary: There are way better players out there, but this isn't one of them. I received this for Christmas and haven't been able to watch a full movie on it. The movie freezes about 1/2 way through. Tried contacting vendor shortly after Christmas while it was still under warranty and no one could help me. Oh well, that will teach me to watch what I put on my wish list.
Summary: Input video is useful for me and few products have this feature: I can use a hometheather as my stereo system and use the player's monitor to access its menus (since a hometheater is compatible with DVD and many formats, which is strangely unusual in stereo systems). As a DVD player, the swivel screen is pretty handy when riding with kids in the back seat and the battery seems to last for a full 2-hour film.