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Audiovox D1020 10-Inch Portable DVD Player


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  • Portable DVD player for car and desktop; measures 14.3 x 7.1 x 2.4 inches (W x H x D) with speakers
  • 10-inch fold-out LCD; two detachable speakers
  • Built-in TV tuner; FM transmitter for broadcasting through car radio
  • 1 composite A/V input, 1 composite A/V output; compatible with CD-R/RW and MP3
  • Built-in stereo speakers (3 watts each); 2 wireless headphones
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Technical Details
Brand NameAudiovox
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions16.3 x 9.1 x 13.1 inches
Item model numberD1020
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Color NameSilver
Built In Decoders Dolby Digital // DTS decoder
Item Display Height7.1 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB00021Z97Q
Shipping Weight6 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableApril 13, 2004
  
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  • Brand Name: Audiovox
  • Model: D1020
  • DVD Type: DVD player with TV tuner
  • Parental Lock: Y
  • Audio Output Mode: Stereo
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Product Description

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Audiovox D1020 10 Portable DVD Player

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Enjoy your favorite movies on long car trips with the Audiovox D1020 portable DVD player. It features a 10-inch LCD screen, two wireless (IR, infrared) headphones, and detachable speakers. It comes with a car mounting kit that's easy to set up. It also includes a 125-channel cable-ready tuner and a remote control.

The D1020 features a folding 10-inch LCD screen with 800 x 480-pixel resolution, two detachable stereo speakers (3 watts each), 2 headphone jacks, and a composite A/V input (for connecting a game system) and output. The DVD player is compatible with CD-R/RW discs as well as MP3 digital audio.

It's powered by a cigarette lighter adapter in the car or an AC adapter in your home. The cigarette lighter power adapter also has a built-in wireless FM modulator, enabling you to transmit the audio from your DVD player to your vehicle radio.

What's in the Box
Audiovox D1020 DVD player, two detachable speakers, two wireless headphones, remote control and batteries, cigarette lighter power adapter with FM modulator, storage bag, mounting bag with straps, A/V cable, and printed instruction manual.


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Customer Reviews

The wireless headphones are great.
Joshua M. Levine
It also has a standard cable input, which made it really easy to hook to our home cable system, there's different "input" settings for cable v tv v auxiliary.
Slarty Bartfast
This is now going to cost me an additional 160.00 to have it fixed.
J. Donner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Slarty Bartfast on December 6, 2004
This is a preliminary review, just bought the thing, still learning about it, but here goes:

I bought this for the car, but it makes a great little tv at home, too. The screen is much nicer than my friends OEM dvd player, much bigger.

The speakers plug into the sides, not connected by wires. They snap (not too) easily on/off. The FM modulator is a widget on the lighter plug, and you can set it to a variety of stations to get it to come in. It works just fine. One drawback, the video/audio out (fm modulator) uses the same plugs as the IN, you just switch a switch. So this means you can't run the fm modulator and an input (gamecube) at the same time. But the speakers still work, so gamecube can use the ports as an "in" and the sound can then come out the speakers. Ok, I guess.

The thing comes with straps that allow you to suspend it between two seats in the car. But if the seats are tilted, then the screen is tilted. Audiovox should have done some field testing on this. But it's not a huge deal, you can still see it OK. The IR transmitter for the headphones works pretty well, so long as you have a line of sight from the transmitter to the headphones. Headphones are nice, not chintzy (SP?) at all.

The screen is beautiful, the dvd player seems to work really well. Can't comment on longevity, just bought it. The whole thing comes in a case that does not have room for the headphones, but everything else fits nicely. The unit has a prop stand integral on the back, which we can use in our kitchen. It also has a standard cable input, which made it really easy to hook to our home cable system, there's different "input" settings for cable v tv v auxiliary. Tv works really well, too. There's a standard plug for home use.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Joshua M. Levine on October 21, 2004
I have always been biased against the Audiovox brand since I was a kid. My sister once got an Audiovox stereo and it was awful.

That said, I hesitantly ordered this unit for my car becuase it seemed to have the perfect set of features. It comes with straps for mounting it into your car, a cigararette lighter adapter, and 2 wireless headphones.

I've had it about a month now and it is perfect. The included straps worked perfectly in my car. The wireless headphones are great. It can even broadcast the DVD sound over your car's radio if you want.

The quality seems to be fine, and as I said, the feature set it perfect if you are looking to set up a DVD player for the kids in the back seat of your car.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. Wang on January 11, 2005
I've had this for about 3 weeks now and got it just in time for a family vacation. I'd expect the price to drop even more given the market competition and technology improvements, but for now, just about right given the features provided.

Pluses: Larger size screen, clear picture, wireless headphones, kept the kids occupied during an 8-hour car ride, portability.

Negatives: Viewing angle can be tricky if the drivers seat and front passenger seat are not at the same depth. IR radio transmitter tends to be a bit "scratchy" since the antennae provided is relatively short. Speakers provided sometimes rattle at higher volumes.

Portability is a double-edged sword. Convenience of transfer to another car, hotel room, etc., but then you have to break down your set-up whenever you park your car in a high-theft area due to its visibility.

Cable TV hook-up is possible, but I haven't tried this yet. This could actually serve as a "nightstand" TV (maybe college student TV) since the monitor has a kickstand and complete AV/Cable tv hook-ups.

Overall, great piece of equipment to keep your car passengers entertained on long trips. It is fulfilling its purpose for this owner
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By N. C. Ebsen on April 14, 2005
Verified Purchase
I ordered this model because of features and included accessories. The FM tramsmitter makes watching musicals in the car like watching at home. The wireless earphones fit everyone from myself to my granddaughter. I enjoyed just unpacking it. The most stunning thing, however was the beautiful picture. I was watching a movie shot in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the picture was better than at home on my 35". It was a little pricey, but worth every cent.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Peanut Nowhere on June 9, 2005
We wanted a small, moderately priced, high-quality, flat panel, widescreen TV for our bedroom. Not only does the Audiovox D1020 meet those requirements exceptionally well (with great picture quality, marvelous color balance and saturation; extra-wide viewing angles; excellent sound; easy-to-use, intuitive controls) but it includes features we'd not imagined we'd get: a built-in DVD player, CD and MP3 capability, TWO wireless headsets...AND it's the niftiest little travel video device, complete with a sturdy, well-designed carry-case and a wireless FM modulator to channel the sound through a vehicle stereo system. OK, to avoid static you DO have to look directly at the unit when wearing either of the headsets but that's a tiny flaw in an otherwise superior product.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 20, 2006
I posted this as a comment below, but it actually should be here separately so that perhaps it will solve some problems you may be having.

Here's a l'il sumpthin' you MAY or MAY NOT know about Audiovox DVD players: They **HATE** DVD+R and/or DVD+RW MEDIA... They'll eat 'em or spit 'em out, but they generally ***WON'T*** PLAY THEM!

DVD-R and/or DVD-RWs and prerecorded commercial DVDS usually work just fine. So if the DVDs you're havin' probs with are +/PLUSs - just TRY a "-" DVD and see if the probs stop...

Personally, I have 5 or 6 Audiovox sideload players from 7" to 10.2" and they all will do exactly the same thing. That's exactly WHY I get such great deals on them USED. No one seems to figure out the +/- problem and Audiovox will HAPPILY $$$ock it to you for an EASY FIX...

Failing all else, invest in an extended warranty from Amazon, Best Buy, Circuit City, eBay or wherever you buy it and let them fight with Audiovox.

Remember Audiovox's MOTTO: Service NEXT to NONE.

(*EXACTLY* NEXT TO NONE....)

Good luck folks!
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