Fine tune your DVD player and TV
from Rocklin, CA on 12/12/2011
After two years, no problems. You can confuse it if you enter commands on the remote too quickly but never to the point of reboot. Upscaling is great but I've found that 480p is fine too. To fine tune your viewing > buy or rent Disney's UP! and follow the video setup instructions. You will have a picture that all your friends will rave about! Using the native options will make viewing of your older DVDs in 4:3 mode much more enjoyable.<
from Undisclosed on 9/17/2011
I bought this DVD player for work to watch movies during lunch hour on a older model TV. I paid less than what is listed on this website. It is a cheap player, what more do you want. I do hear the DVD spin when loading the movie, but again, it is a cheap player. I am happy for what the player does, and it is good enough for work.
from Charlotte, NC on 5/24/2011
This was a cheap DVD player and it shows. The picture was awful for a progressive scan DVD player
from Saint Paul, MN on 11/24/2010
This DVD player played one movie then never worked again. It would just go into load mode then never be able to read the disk. Could hear the DVD spin inside and some clicking noises like it was trying to read but couldn't. Cleaned the lens and still did not work. This thing is cheaply made. Hardly any weight to it. Biggest waste of money ever.
This is not the player if you want S-Video
from Rochester, NY on 11/6/2010
This is a cheaply made DVD player with a very cheap feel but it does not cost much either. It works great and the picture is good (not great). The problem I have is that Toshiba lists this as having 1 S-Video output, it does not. I purchased it on line and it would cost almost as much to return it is as it did to purchase it.