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Coby DVD288 1080p Upconversion DVD Player with HDMIT (Black)

by Coby

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  • Progressive scan DVD player with 1080p video output for use with Full HD-capable TVs, upconverts DVD video to near-HD quality (1080p)
  • DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, and JPEG compatible, Dolby digital decoder
  • HDMI output for perfect digital signal transmission to home theater systems over a single cable, Digital and analog AV outputs
  • NTSC/PAL compatible, convenient front panel and on-screen display, multiple language, subtitle
  • Multiple language, subtitle, and camera angle support , Parental lock control, AC 100-240V automatic power switching, FCC approved & ETL
  • Progressive scan DVD player with 1080p video output for use with Full HD-capable TVs
  • Up converts DVD video to near-HD quality (1080p)
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Technical Details

  • UPCONVERSION HDMI

Product Description

This progressive scan DVD player offers cutting-edge digital video in an ultra-slim package. Coby's DVD288 features an HDMI output, converting your video to near-HD quality for a premium viewing experience. Dolby Digital audio provides a dynamic range of sound, while multiple AV outputs allow for quick and easy connection to your home theater system.

Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameCoby
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 8.2 x 1.5 inches
Item model numberDVD288
Color NameBlack
Special FeaturesUPCONVERSION HDMI
  
Additional Information
ASINB001TAJR9K
Best Sellers Rank #102,973 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Customer Reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joseph I. Dubin on February 3, 2010
Last week we got a 32 inch LCD for our secondary HT system and wanted to replace our 480p player with an upconverting unit ASAP. Knew Coby was a non-brand name with a reputation for manufacturing inexpensive equipment mostly confined to discount outlets but purchased it knowing it could be returned if unhappy.

Well, had to return it. It's now developed audio-synch problems. Such a shame for at such an inexpensive price it seemed to be a steal, however, just proves how right those old adages are: "you get what you pay for" and "if something appears too good to be true, then it probably isn't".

Will admit, after proper tweaking I was floored by it's totally unexpected and outstanding picture quality. The picture was sharp with rich detail and color without being over-enhanced. It also had advanced features not found on many, more expensive models including a variable dynamic range and storage memory to resume multiple discs (something not pointed out in the owner's operating manual).

But what good are all those features if the unit begins to break down in less than a week?

It's really for the best this happened for I would have always been apprehensive about it breaking down too quickly.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By OB on February 7, 2010
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I bought two of these units, one for myself, and one for my mother. At first, we were both pleasantly surprised with the picture quality and general ease of use. What a great machine, and for such an affordable price! How sad we were when, a month from the date of purchase, my mom's dvd player just started skipping back to the beginning of the movie no matter what disc she put in, and, a mere week later, my own just stopped functioning altogether. Two units, and both in the garbage can. What a shame. Oh well, I guess you pay for what you get.

Don't waste your money on this piece of junk.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rhodie1 on February 29, 2012
I'll start off by saying that I didn't buy this at Amazon...I got it at Fry's electronics. I got this for my dad because his beloved Philips 642 died so I thought why not try this one. Has NTSC/PAL playback. He has an old small grey Coby that still goes strong but lacks a few features. So I thought why not give this one a go. Geez I made a mistake.

Within the 90 day return period this thing started pixelating bad. My dad called and said there was something wrong so I went to go see for myself and before I got to see what he saw, he mentioned that it now started to make a "popping" sound once in a while. So I sat down and watched a dvd and right off the video started hesitating and pixelating. I first thought it was the dvd he had so I put in another one and..the same. I kept going through the pixelating and all of a sudden a "popping" noise". It was a like a little gnome inside the dvd players case took a hammer and hit the inside of the case. It only does it once then it doesn't do it again until you turn it off and watch another dvd.

I tried calling Coby and couldn't get anyone to talk to. I emailed Coby and never got a response back. So basically the 90 day warranty was smoke and mirrors.

Do yourself a favor and buy another brand. These guys don't honor warranties or put out quality products. Hardly any "cheap" dvd players anymore last very long but you can bet a Philips or Panasonic or Toshiba will last longer than a Coby.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By reyvene on July 7, 2011
This is not the first cheap DVD player I have bought. The previous one I had my only complaint was that it was not able to use a universal remote and the remote was easy to lose. Now this thing I got to replace it when it finally bit the dust after over a year of continuous play? This is terrible. Within a month of purchase I began to have problems where it was garble up, not read a clean disk, not read a disk it read a moment before oh and of course how it would randomly freeze for no reason and I had to physically unplug it to get it to work again.

Now a few months later and it is garbage, plays nothing, will not work at all after hours of effort. Don't waste your money like I did, shows me for buying something before reading reviews on it first. I don't expect perfection from a cheap product, but I do expect it to work for more than a couple months.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Cunningham on October 9, 2009
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Great little up converting DVD player for the money...easy to hook up and play,had it playing in minutes,
self explanatory remote control so very simple to use and to enjoy the features

-The only complaints were it didn't supply the HDMI cable with it...Easily fixed,ordered for $15 from Amazon and Skakawack the 6'cable was delivered extremely fast and worked great...(Highly Recommended Seller)

-The other problem was the remote control has to be aimed directly at the player for it to work properly which I fixed by angling the player toward my easy chair

- Also thought it was just a region 1 dvd player but you can change to region 0 in the set-up menu for all Countries

All in all for the price well worth the money...the complaints I had are easily fixed and I am well pleased

(I stand corrected I guess items don't come with HMDI cables)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Colin S. Boyd on April 14, 2011
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i had another coby that i bought two years ago. i bought this one [in april of 2011] because i wanted up-converting [1080p output] along with multi-region ability.

it seems to function excellently - just like my old coby did.

two things of note, if you read previous reviews [or look on the net] for "how-to" info on making this multi-region... well, this one came "all-region" straight out of the box.

and, as was mentioned in other previous reviews about changing the region status of this machine - that ability is not listed in the menu of this one. at least not as far as i could find.

but it wasn't necessary as this plays my region 2, 4, and 5 discs, as well as my region 1 discs.

my assumption is that coby just decided to quit wasting everyone's time [as well as their own] and ship the same player all over the world and not worry about the regions.

so far, it's a great upconverting multi-region ntsc/pal player. lots of adjustability with this. it just played a kickass avi that i downloaded off the net.

thumbs up!
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