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Coby KTFDVD1560 15.6-Inch Under-the-Cabinet DVD/CD Player

by Coby
342 customer reviews
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  • 15.6 in. widescreen TFT LCD swivel/folding screen
  • DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD±R/RW, and JPEG compatible
  • Dual ATSC/NTSC tuner for digital and standard TV broadcast reception
  • Digital AM/FM radio; Remote control
  • Audio/Video input jack for video games, VCRs or other AV sources
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Technical Details

Size: 15.6-Inch
  • DC in Jack

Product Description


The Coby KTFDVD1560SVR 15.6 In. Under-the-Cabinet DVD/CD Player features a Digital TV and Radio. It has a 15.6 inch widescreen TFT LCD display screen and includes a digital AM/FM radio. There is a convenient front panel with on-screen display and integrated stereo speakers. And the Audio/Video input jack is perfect for video games, VCRs, or other AV sources.

Product Information

Size: 15.6-Inch
Technical Details
Brand NameCoby
Item Weight8 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 15 x 3.3 inches
Item model numberKTFDVD1560
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required.
Color NameSilver
Number of Component OutputsComposite
Special FeaturesDC in Jack
Item Display Height4.80 inches
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #12,564 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableOctober 22, 2009
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203 of 203 people found the following review helpful By tkaelin01 on June 7, 2011
Size: 15.6-Inch
Okay folks, this isn't a 52 inch flat screen tv with 1080p resolution. This is a small 15 inch LCD tv that is meant for a kitchen and delivers all the features that you would want in a kitchen in a compact design. With that in mind, it is perfect. I ran my Insight cable to the tv and the picture is great. Obviously the digital channels that come in from cable look substantially better than the standard cable tv channels. It is like this with most digital LCD tvs though. WIth that said, the digital channels that I do have have a suprisingly really good picture. The FM and AM radios work flawlessly for me with clear channels coming in. The dvd player also worked fine with a clear picture. The remote control is indeed magnetic and is not the strongest magnet you are going to find. If you carefully place it on the fridge (not quickly throwing it on there) then it holds fine without sliding. The screen magnet is indeed a bit weak also. I will probably add a magnet to it to better secure the screen when it is placed up and not in use. The sound is fine for me. There are actually quite a few setting options on this unit that include picture setting (you can adjust a few picture settings such as contrast and brightness) although mine looked fine right out of the box. It also has an auto tuner for the tv that was able to search and find all of my cable stations once I plugged in the cable. I have not tried the tv with a standard tv antenna as I have access to cable tv in my kitchen and went that route.

BTW in terms of channel auto tuning--I read some reviews on another model made by COBY that people were not able to run the auto channel search after doing it the first time when you intitally set it up and the power would go out or you had to retune for whatever reason.
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110 of 117 people found the following review helpful By journeyman on January 12, 2011
Size: 10.2-Inch Verified Purchase
After doing a lot of research on under cabinet TVs, the Coby 10.2 seemed to make sense. The company claimed to improve the technology with an ATSC tuner for homes with digital cable, however they did not resolve an ongoing problem that dates back two years, that I only learned of after buying this, running coax cable to the kitchen, installing it, and having the product fail. I will not explain it in detail, but warn buyers that if you plan to use this in LCD TV/DVD player ONLY for or as an AV in only source, it works well, So you can send an RCA cable output from your cable box in the other room to this device through it's AV inputs and watch only what the cable box is playing. If you want to use it to also tune in stations, even basic cable stations and you have digital or HDTV channels, the Coby TV is prone to failure. It gives you one shot to auto tune the channels. After it finds available channels, which it did well, if you power off the device and unplug, it will give you a "no database" error message and no longer display the channels. Once this error code appears, according to Coby, it can not be undone and the device's internal chip cannot re-tune channels. Restoring the device to factory settings fails. There is nothing in the manual about this problem, or warnings about it, and they just claim returning it is only option. They claim its a problem with the manufacturing. If you search the internet for this problem with the Coby LCD TV, you will find many postings about it. Buyers beware.
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57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By M. McDonough on September 23, 2010
Size: 10.2-Inch Verified Purchase
My first impression of the Coby Under-The-Cabinet TV/DVD player is that it is flimsy and cheap. The screen is a bit loose and just doesn't feel like it's put together all that well. I'm afraid that one of these days when I'm putting the screen up or down that it's going to break so I have to be very gentle with it.

Now with that said, it has a pretty good picture when watching TV and an "OK" picture when watching a DVD. Don't know why it would be different, but it does seem to be. Maybe it's the DVD's optics. The sound is GREAT when watching TV, but I had to crank up the volume all of the way when I was watching a DVD. Oh, and there's no headphone jack on this. Yes, where I have this mounted I would like a headphone jack even though MOST people who buy one of these really wouldn't care.

OH, and it's REALLY a 10.2 inch, not 10. Amazon needs to change the description.

All in all it's a pretty decent unit. I'd recommend it.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Remedy on July 1, 2011
Size: 10.2-Inch Verified Purchase
After reading all of the other negative feedback about this item, I decided to give it a try myself.

It arrived very quickly. The box itself is constructed rather thin so I did tear it partially when I picked it up around the handle. That would be why there is a handle there... Don't forget to use it.

I opened the box and everything was there except the mounting template... Oh well, I am a man so I continued...

I immediately read the instructions. I did not like the instructions. The installation was easy; however, the wording in the installation instructions appeared funny. It explains to use the mounting template, which I could not find right off the bat because it was wrapped in with the screen under the packing foam. The mounting took about 5 minutes. I forgot to check the side of the cabinet and the size of the player and it turned out I had to offset the player to compensate for the cables coming out of the player on the back wall. I had to mount the front of the player about a 1/4 inch out away from the bottom of the cabinet to give about a 2 1/2 inch gap between the wall and the back of the player.

After all the connections were made, I powered up the tv. (NOTE: There is a FM Radio attenna which I could not plug in. It was as if the attenna plug was smaller than the plug on the player. I ended up not using it and have to make my own antenna to use the FM radio.

The programming portion scared me a little. In many of the other reviews many people said that if you programed it wrong it would brick the player and you could only use if for DVD/CD and FM/AM Radio. After reading the programing instructions I can see why.
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