Summary: I love my portable DVD player from SONY. Quite compact and easy to carry. Love the 2 headphone jacks. It plays virtually any type of cd/dvd I create. So convenient I was able to use it to aid in my choir rehearsals. Speaker stand was a good idea. Minor Cons: A replacement recharchargeable battery would have been better. Speakers are on one slab so not so a little bulky to carry. I AM DESPERATELY trying to find a replacement power chord but to no avail. Can anyone help?
Summary: Now i have read the other reviews for this dvd player. I have quite a few portable dvd players including panasonic. sony, and a couple others i wont mention. i also had a coby which i sold as soon as i could. i wont compare this to the clamshell portables that so many people own. although this is a good portable dvd player on any accord, it is one of the better tablet portable dvds. considering which ones you can choose from ( coby and rca), this is the best one.
Summary: I did some research on several portable dvd players before deciding on this unit. To be honest I was a bit nervous due to the mixed reviews. I'm happy to say i'm overall very pleased. The "Kick Stand" for holding it up makes me a bit nervous but outside of that I can't find any other issues. I think the picture is great and I've had no glare issues at all.
Summary: I had this player for six months. It has nice one piece design, harder for kids to break, picture is fine and commands handy. The problem - it doesn't play 50% of DVD's. Disks from Blockbuster, brand new one straight from the box, DVD's burned on my PC. It doesn't discriminate; about every other disk wouldn't play. Message, "Unknown Disk" sits on it while you are driving your wining kid around. For $300 it should do much better job.
Summary: It was just yesterday afternoon when I thought about writing a positive review of the DVE-7000S. I'd been happy with it as both a portable and a desktop player. It was while using it as a desktop player (on AC) when it just sort of popped, sizzled, and died. The smell of fried electronics wafted into the air when I opened the disc door. This happend without warning and for no apparant reason.
Summary: I wanted a DVD player for the road when I was away on business, and maybe on my nightstand, because my wife can't sleep with the tv on. I wanted womething with a little smaller footprint, so I bought the Sony. OK, here's the staight stuff. Let's start with 3 stars, for the average player. Nice bright picture, add one star. 16x9 add a second star. Nice charging stand and two phono jacks, give it a third. Embedded battery instead of a replaceable one subtract a star.
Summary: I too am a huge Sony fan.I got a chance to pick up a demo model at a retailer.Brand new ......... I like to watch a DVD in bed while the wife sleeps.Unlike the clam shell type I used previous.This unit takes a lot of adjusting of the knees,covers etc.to get it just at the right angle. The picture quality is quite granny.But these are all things I can live with.......had I paid full price well.....
Summary: Picture is good but a little grainy, the screen covering is glossy, not matte like other players. Viewing angle is good, two kids can share but as other review noted two headphone ports on one side can be difficult for sharing. I bought an extender cable so the twins could share easier. Heavier than I thought, not really ideal for one handed use. Very strange there are no built in speakers, would have been nice to have.