Summary: DVD Region Codes are a real annoyance for anyone who does a bit of traveling or has a decent DVD collection gathered from different parts of the world. In my view, the guy who invented region codes will be the first one put up against the wall when the revolution comes. However until then, how do we get around the problem? I found this Orei player lived up to its claim of playing DVDs from different regions. I just put the DVDs in, and they play fine.
Picture quality is not perfect, but works perfectly otherwise.
The Terminator, Amazon
19 February 2015
Summary: For the longest time, my mentally-challenged younger brother was after a DVD set that was available only in Region 2, and that by itself was a needle in a haystack. In order to save some headaches of trying to modify his existing Region 1 DVD player, I decided to buy this player so that he could enjoy his new DVD set that he otherwise would not have been able to enjoy.
I purchased this Orei DVD player because it has USB ...
David Jones "green world", Amazon
18 November 2014
Summary: I purchased this Orei DVD player because it has USB port. However, the USB port did not recognize the presence of USB driver. This DVD player simply said "Device Not Support" when I followed the manual instruction. Manual should say what video file(s) it can support.
This is the best portable DVD player I've ever had
Terinka "terinka", Amazon
26 October 2014
Summary: This is the best portable DVD player I've ever had. I've had four others over the past ten years. This one does more than the others and is altogether more solidly built. The volume doesn't go very high, but it's fine with earphones or earbuds, which is not a problem for me as I only intend the machine for personal use when traveling.
Worst piece of consumer electronics I've ever ordered
Heidi Lynne Hazen, Amazon
10 August 2014
Summary: Worst piece of consumer electronics I've ever ordered. Was this made in North Korea? The picture is super grainy -- you can actually see the grid of pixels. When using headphones, there's a distracting buzz that never leaves (and it's not my $200 headphones, I can tell you that). I have no idea how this product received a single positive review. Astonishingly bad product.
Summary: I spent lots of time researching and reading reviews on portable DVD players. This one has lived up to the expectations, it is used almost daily by my young kids. Battery life is great, you can watch 2 movies with no problem. The volume controls are located on the player itself. I have yet to use the remote and the player responds flawlessly.
Summary: This gem of a DVD player fits the bill. Easy to handle, clear, sharp picture and best of all, it has a 4.5 hour battery longevity so you don't have to worry about fade-out while watching a movie that runs for a long time. Highly recommended.
Summary: My child takes this player everywhere. The vibration in the car does not make it skip which is a great thing. (The RCA player we had before this player did that). I'm not 100% sure if it was worth $100 or not but time will be the test. I've only had it a couple of months now.