Summary: I got my little portable dynex DVDs Playerin 2008. It always worked well and was nice to have around. Since than I have had two kids who, as kids will do put it through the ringer! I mean falling on the ground, many road trips, the cord has been tied to it and carried around to be used as a mock lap top, milk split in it numerous amounts of times. And the thing is still kick in'. My 4 year old can easily navigate around it.
Summary: Don't buy it unless you plan on throwing it away after the battery no longer holds a charge. After about six months one of two units bought holds no charge at all and the other is weak and dying. It works fine plugged in, but that's it. Won't buy another.
Summary: Purchased one the other day. Plugged it in to the adapter because the battery portion did not work. Played fine, for about 5 minutes, then made a noise like it was shorting out and QUIT ! Half a minute later it came back on... but for only about a half minute then made the shorting out sound again and quit again. This continued several times until I finally got tired of it and pulled the plug. Anyone want to buy this real cheap ? Make a good paper weight.
Summary: Well I recieve the item I order & it workers but the seller is rude & dont want to help the people that but his stuff he wont have to worry about me buying anything else from him for now on Have a great day & a great life thank you for the dvd player.
Summary: Per the other review, mine also did not hold a charge very well. However, given that issue, it works quite well when plugged into either the wall outlet or the 12v car jack. Screen is good, controls are easy and user-friendly even if you're in a darkened room. It played factory DVDs as well as my backup copies without problems.
Summary: I have two players, a Sony and this Dynex. I wouldn't recommend the Dynex for battery operation. The battery on mine won't hold any charge. It works fine as long as I plug it in to an AC outlet. I've tried charging it for a full day and it won't hold a charge. If you're looking for one that operates on batteries, I recommend you check out the Sony players.