Summary: I've had this DVD player for about 2 years. We bought specifically to keep my kid occupied on planes. We travel quite a bit so it's seen a lot of the country and I've put it through it's paces. I think the best way to describe this DVD player is adequate. The picture is fine, not specatular.
Summary: I purchased this DVD player during my last tour in Iraq. Here I am, on a second tour, and this player is still going strong. Toshiba has done an outstanding job with this DVD Player. It's durable, can take a beating (ran over by a vehicle, on one occasion), and has endured the heat and sand.
Summary: I bought this dvd player a year ago and can't remember a time it ever worked correctly. It skips and freezes a lot (and thats when its placed on a table or other stable surface). You can only imagine what it plays like in the car.
Summary: Purchased unit at retailer for $500 based on Toshiba's previous quality reputation. Battery would not charge after 3 months of extremely light use & hinge broke, requiring a screw driver to be used to open it.
Summary: dvd player works well. Battery fails to hold charge after being used 5 times. Toshiba has sent us 2 replacement batteries so far (in less than one year). If I had known about the battery problems in advance, I would not have purchased this product. I would NOT recommend it to others.
Summary: Great picture, poor quality sound from speakers but you have to expect that from such tiny speakers. The 2 headphone outlets are convenient and work well. But here's something they don't mention in the catalog-it can play MPEG Quicktime movies from a CD-Rom or a DVD-Rom.
Summary: I purchased this player last nov.03, battery dead by january, toshiba sent out new battery, that is now dead.To top it off toshiba will not stand up to there problems with this unit and replace bad batteries! I paid good money for a portable dvd player that is not portable.
Summary: The player is very durable physically, which was a pro for me, but I discovered alot of downsides that outweigh the good. For starters, the picture was o.k. most of the time, but when viewing dark-lighted movies (ex.