Portable DVD Players
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Fri Sep 20 00:00:00 MDT 2013bobbib2013 Rating:5.0
Love the size of the screen and all the additional features.
Sat Jul 27 00:00:00 MDT 2013lynnl27 Rating:3.0
This review has two parts - Pyle and Overstock. When I first got the dvd player, the display didn't work at all. The disk played and I could hear the dvd, but no picture. Enclosed in the packaging was an 800 number to contact the manufacturer. Stupidly, I called Pyle instead of Overstock. The phone was answered by a woman who sounded like she was working in her basement. I was put on hold 4 times for more than 20 minutes and finally the woman told me she would email me a return label and when they received the DVD player, they would ship a replacement. Never got the email, thank God because I doubt I would have ever gotten a replacement. But, then I called Overstock and wow, what a difference! Not only did they immediately send me a free return label, they sent a new dvd player right away - before I returned the broken one - so I'd have it in time for my vacation. This one works at least. Haven't tried all the bells and whistles, but it'll do.
Tue Apr 30 00:00:00 MDT 2013rem57 Rating:4.0
I bought this for my parents for the size of it, that is great. However the sound is not very loud, even at the highest setting. My parents are in their 90's and need more volume to be able to hear the movie. Otherwise a great portable dvd player for those who cannot get the tv dvd player to play due to the complicated settings needed. I plan to get some ear buds so that the sound will maybe be louder.
Mon Apr 14 00:00:00 MDT 201403ck Rating:1.0
this is the first poor rating I have given any product it made a grinding rattling noise while spinning the DVD door was loose just poor workmanship on this particular dvd player, Was a gift for Christmas.
Tue Jun 03 00:00:00 MDT 2014appylady49 Rating:5.0
I am a painter and purchased this DVD player for my studio to assist my students by showing artist videos, but the initial use came this past weekend at the birthday party of my significant other. He had a DVD - 2 hours - of the construction of the new Methodist Church of which he was an integral part and we sat this on a table with a variety of church related memorabilia. The DVD played all afternoon into the evening and was enjoyed by the 250 guests. Now I can't wait to use it with my students plus I may use it with the children at our "Summer Art Camp" later this month.
Wed Mar 05 00:00:00 MST 2014melodiesandtunes Rating:3.0
I wanted a large screen for the portable video player so I looked at this one and the main thing I wanted was the large screen and loud volume, since I am hard of hearing. The screen size was wonderful, but the sound only went up to somewhere about 12 or 15 and it was not functional for me at all. Of course I wore headphones when I used it to get maximum volume, and I could barely make out what was being said on the video. I currently have it packed it, contemplating giving it away. It was definitely a waste of my good money. The picture doesn't mean much if you cannot hear it.
Sat Feb 01 00:00:00 MST 2014whit7 Rating:5.0
incredible product!!! no regrets about the purchase!
Fri May 18 00:00:00 MDT 2012loytran Rating:4.0
Unit works well, does what is supposed to do, will play European format DVD, instruction not so good.
Wed Jun 19 00:00:00 MDT 2013phillyman24 Rating:4.0
Excellent!!!! The person next to on my flight enjoy the quality of the pic and sound. ..
Tue Mar 27 00:00:00 MDT 2012pleased6017 Rating:4.0
I can use this device to in so many places without any problems and the size of the screen is perfect.
A portable DVD player allows you to watch DVD movies on the go, which can be great for long car trips or plane rides where a movie is the perfect way to pass the time or just for watching a movie any place where you want to be comfortable. There are a few important things to consider when buying a portable DVD player to ensure that you'll be getting your money's worth.
Video entertainment should be just as portable as music, and a portable DVD player goes a long way toward making your movie library available almost anywhere. The ability to play DVDs frees you from the need to manage digital movie files, and the larger screen on a portable DVD player is a big improvement over smaller digital video players. These frequently asked questions about portable DVD players will give you a better idea of their features and your portable video options.
Movies played on a DVD player provide a much clearer picture than the old VHS tapes and VCRs. DVD players are an essential part of a home theater system, allowing you to watch your favorite movies with amazing audio and video clarity. You'll find a variety of home and portable DVD players to enjoy entertainment anywhere. This DVD player buying guide offers tips to help you know what to look for when adding a DVD player to your entertainment system.
New features and capabilities are coming to your home theater all the time. DVD players have changed a lot since they first appeared. Below, you'll learn about several of the terms and features which you may find on DVD players and how they can enhance your entertainment experience.
For average users, DVD players aren't much of a mystery. DVD players produce high-quality video, especially when compared to old VHS tapes. Additionally, you can get a whole lot more from your DVD collection if you know the details of DVD player technology and what your options are. Here are some answers to more advanced questions about DVD players to help you get the best entertainment possible.
Now that you've upgraded to an HDTV, your DVD collection, played on a regular DVD player, may not be looking quite as sharp. The lower resolution video of DVDs simply doesn't take advantage of the full resolution of a high-definition screen; but with upconverting DVD players, you can play your DVDs with higher clarity and definition on your HDTV. These answers to frequently asked questions about DVD players should give you more insight into how you can improve your entertainment experience with your existing movie library.
Portable music players are great for taking your music with you anywhere, making it convenient to listen to what you want, when you want to. You can increase the usability of your portable CD player, or other music player, by connecting it to your home audio system. Many newer stereos have a dock, a place to connect an MP3 player. If your home audio system isn't capable of one of these connections or if you aren't using an MP3 player, follow these steps to find out how to connect your music player.
A couple of your family's favorite movies can help keep boredom at bay during your next road trip. All you need is a simple DVD player setup for your vehicle and a few accessories to help you create a mobile entertainment center. Here are some basic items to include with your portable DVD player to keep everyone happy on your next long trip.
Once you've purchased your new DVD player or Blu-ray player, you'll still need to connect it to your home theater system. If your home theater includes an AV receiver, then you'll want to connect your DVD or Blu-ray player to that receiver; otherwise, you can simply connect your new player directly to your television.
Every portable electronic device, from your camera to your portable DVD player, runs on batteries. This batteries glossary is meant to help you be more knowledgeable about battery terminology, so you can choose replacement camera batteries or other battery packs for any of your devices, whether they're rechargeable batteries or one-use only.
When it comes to connecting a DVD player to a home theater system, most people will use the best video connection available. But do they also make sure to use the best audio connection available? Don't hamper your home theater experience with subpar audio. Use the best audio connection available and you're sure to have the most immersive home theater experience available to you.
New technologies have led to better picture quality and features for home video. Blu-ray DVD technology is fast replacing DVDs as the dominant media for viewing at home, and you may be considering making the switch yourself. Before you start looking at Blu-ray players, read though these tips to find out what to look for.
Not all recordable disc formats are compatible with all DVD players, but most players support a core collection of the most common disc formats, allowing you to watch movies and listen to music in certain formats through your DVD player and home theater system. Check descriptions for the following disc formats to see whether the DVD player you're considering will play them.
Digital music used to be all that MP3 players were used for. Music players were seen as a convenient replacement for portable CD players. Now these music players are adding new features to become full-fledged portable media players. As you search for new portable MP3 players, watch for some of these advanced features.
There has simply never been a better way than MP3 players to make so much of your music portable. This MP3 player buying guide will show you exactly what to look for in an MP3 player, so you can take your music, movies and other files with you anywhere.
If you want more control over your TV shows, movies and photos, you might consider looking at DVD recorders. DVD recorders use recordable DVD discs, much like VCRs use VHS tapes. You can record your favorite shows and movies, creating your own chapters and even custom menus. DVD recorders come with a lot of features, so you may want to do some searching for the specific features you want your DVD player/recorder to have. Here are the top five features to look for in DVD recorders.
Listening to your own custom music, at home or on the move, is easy with a good stereo CD player or portable CD player. CD players are one of the most versatile and durable ways to enjoy your music collection. Here are some of the basics about CD players to use as a guide for enjoying your CDs just about anywhere.
A DVD player is a key component of any home theater system. You can connect a DVD player to your home theater receiver or directly to your television. Both methods are extremely easy, although which one you choose depends upon the best video quality your particular system can provide. Using the right A/V cable is part of achieving the best possible video quality with your system. Here are a few tips for choosing the best video cable connection possible from your DVD player to your home theater system.
While they have seen increased competition from digital media players, CD players are still an important component in any audio system and remain one of the most common ways people listen to their music. CDs play high-quality music, and your CD collection will keep putting out great sound for many years. When looking for new portable CD players, consider your preferences in portability, digital format support and high-definition audio capabilities to help decide which CD players will work best for your situation. Here are some tips for choosing your next CD player.
Any model of iPod will make a great digital music player, but you need a few tools and accessories to take advantage of all the features of your iPod. The answers to these frequently asked questions will give you a better understanding of iPod basics and how to use your portable MP3 player.