Great little machine for the price point
I paid $35 for this DVD player back in June, 2012 which I thought was a pretty good deal. Now I see it is under $30 so my advice is to buy it while it is hot! My old Sony player was about ten years old and every other rental DVD I received skipped around so badly I couldn't enjoy a movie. As I wasn't sure if I wanted all the bells and whistles right now (Blu Ray or wireless to stream movies, etc) I went for cheap. So I was expecting a basic machine and that is what I got.
Finally.... technical pro came out with this new unit... the dvb80... much better quality than the older version/dvd 70... with the dvb80, about the same design, but built with much better quality parts.. sleek design, easy to use, removable rack ears, and a good quality picture... for a non blu ray player, it is well worth the money...
It sorta works
I bought the IView to play Karaoke from MP3-G files. It claims to play from USB, SD Cards etc, or CD. USB works but I tried an SD card in the slot and it wouldn't fit. Oops. Navigation among karaoke files is quite limited, only showing the first few characters of the file name. I had to rename files to remove the artist name from the front of the filenames so I could get a hint of what song I was selecting. Pressing stop takes you back to the first song in topmost directory.
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