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Coby TFDVD7052 7-Inch Portable Tablet DVD/CD/MP3 Player - Black

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  • 7-Inch widescreen TFT LCD, DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, JPEG, and MP3 compatible
  • Anti-Skip Circuitry, Dolby Digital Decoder
  • Digital and Analog AV outputs allow for use with home theater systems
  • Headphone jacks for private listening (x2)
  • Multiple language, subtitle, and camera angle support, Parental lock control, Car kit included
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Coby TFDVD7052 7-Inch Portable Tablet DVD/CD/MP3 Player - Black + DBTech Universal Car Headrest mount Holder cradle for DVD Player's, Tablet's, E-reader's. - Include 5 ft. 3.5mm AUX Cable
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameCoby
Item Weight1.9 pounds
Product Dimensions5 x 8 x 3 inches
Item model numberTFDVD7052
Batteries:2 AA batteries required.
  
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Additional Information
ASINB0036QLHKC
Shipping Weight5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Coby
  • Model: TFDVD7052
  • Display Size: 7 inches
  • Weight: 3.45 pounds

Product Description

Product Description

Experience the ultimate in portability with the Coby TFDVD7052 7-Inch Portable Tablet DVD Player. Its compact, portable tablet design allows you to take it anywhere. Available digital and analog AV outputs allow for use with home theater systems. Display Resolution: 480 x 234, Video System Standard: NTSC/PAL, Audio Input: 3.5mm Stereo Audio, Audio Output: 3.5mm Optical/Stereo; 3.5mm Headphone (x2); Integrated Stereo Speakers, Video Input 3.5mm Composite Video, Video Output: 3.5mm Composite Video, Media Support: DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, Audio Format Support: MP3, Video Format Support: MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (DVD), Photo Format Support: JPG, Battery Type: Rechargeable Li-Polymer Battery; Remote: 2 x 1.5V "AAA".

From the Manufacturer

Experience the ultimate in portability with the Coby TFDVD7052 7-Inch Portable Tablet DVD Player. Its compact, portable tablet design allows you to take it anywhere. Available digital and analog AV outputs allow for use with home theater systems.Display Resolution: 480 x 234, Video System Standard: NTSC/PAL, Audio Input: 3.5mm Stereo Audio, Audio Output: 3.5mm Optical/Stereo, 3.5mm Headphone (x2), Integrated Stereo Speakers, Video Input 3.5mm Composite Video, Video Output: 3.5mm Composite Video, Media Support: DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, Audio Format Support: MP3, Video Format Support: MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (DVD), Photo Format Support: JPG, Battery Type: Rechargeable Li-Polymer Battery, Remote: 2 x 1.5V "AAA".

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Customer Reviews

Picture and sound quality are very good.
CMW
While the players were working, they were good players and played movies for at least 4 hours before the battery ran out.
Amazon Customer
It strapped securely to the headrest, was easy to pull the player in and out of the side to change the dvd.
MamaC

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321 of 325 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 29, 2010
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We have owned quite a few portable DVD players. Normally, we use them on trips for the children. On this last trip, we decided to splurge on these Coby tablet DVD players.

The DVD players fit into sleeves, which have cutouts for the screen and controls. Buckle straps attach the sleeves to the headrests. This is an easier process than attaching standard DVD cases to headrests. The sleeve design makes it more difficult for the children to access the DVD's in the player -- a positive, if your children are very young but a negative, if you have slightly older children who would normally be able to change the DVD on their own. It's not impossible to do, just inconvenient.

The player can be controlled from buttons on the front, but it's easier to do with the included remote (which comes with batteries). Volume must be controlled via a wheel on on the side of the player.

Picture quality is very good, rich and vibrant, even when viewing from different angles.

Sound is fine at home. In the car, the sound can sometimes be drowned out by the white noise of the road and other background noise. Headphone jacks and earphones are included. Sound quality through headphones is excellent.

The back of the DVD player has a pull-out stand, in case you want to set it on the table for viewing. We tried that and it worked very well.

The DVD player has a battery so it can be played without the need for an outlet. It also comes with plugs for the wall and car outlets.

So far, so good. We are very happy with our choice and would buy these players all over again.

PROS:
+ case straps easily to headrest
+ includes remote with batteries
+ includes earphones
+ picture quality is very good
+ includes stand
+ comes with AC and DC power cords

CONS:
- inconvenient to change DVD's when mounted on headrest
- sound can be drowned out by the noise in the car
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103 of 105 people found the following review helpful By David M. Noonan on July 22, 2010
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I bought two of these in order to entertain 3 children on an upcoming 3 hour road trip. I liked how the DVD player was able to attach to the back of our minivan's headrests and not impede the path in and out of the sliding doors. The tablet format of this model versus a standard laptop format of other models worked best for me.

I plugged the players in via the included AC cord and a DC/AC converter that I already had in the minivan. I used a power strip to allow for multiple plugs (I needed 2) and also to allow the players to plug in under the console between the two front seats. This alleviated the need for a Y-adapter for the cigarette plug and also the need to stretch the power cords all the way to the front. Advertising the cord lengths would be a great feature for each manufacturer, as I suspect that each buyer's application could be different.

The item description does not talk about playing one movie on two players (because they aren't sold as a set of DVD players, only one DVD player or a DVD player and monitor combo TFDVD7752); however, each player comes with a cord that outputs the audio and video from two mini plugs to your standard red, white, and yellow RCA plugs. The players have a switch on the side for input or output, so I bought a triple RCA coupler at Radio Shack, plugged in each cord's RCA plugs to the coupler, and can now watch one DVD on both players by switching one player to "output" and the other player to "input". These plugs are in addition to the two headphone plugs that each unit has.

Another feature that I like is that each DVD player comes with a battery (+2 hours worth). This will come in handy when traveling on a plane where there is no power outlet.
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137 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 18, 2011
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You get what you pay for pretty much sums up how I feel about this DVD player. I purchased 2 players, 1 for each child, in June 2010. In November 2010, my 4 year old wanted to switch the movie she was watching so I hit the stop button and opened the player to remove the disc. The first sign of trouble was the disc didn't stop spinning when the player was opened like it was supposed to. Turning the power off did stop the spinning, but when I removed the disc, I noticed that the laser didn't go back to it's start position. Because of this it can't recognize new discs. When I called Coby, they recommended getting a cleaning disc. This basically turned into a waste of $30. After trying that, I called Coby back and they said there was nothing that could be done and the unit was out of the 3 month labor warranty. Even though this was a problem with a part, since they would have to install a new laser it falls under the labor portion of the warranty. The player had become a paper weight. This player was mostly used on vacations and had not had a lot of use, so there was really no reason for it to break.

In case you think this was an isolated incident, the second player broke in exactly the same way in January 2011. It is really too bad because I really liked the tablet format and it worked much better for car installation than a laptop format. The tablet format is very difficult to find in a single unit version. For some reason most are sold a dual units that are for car use only; since they don't have a battery they can't be used on an airplane and both kids have to agree on a movie. While the players were working, they were good players and played movies for at least 4 hours before the battery ran out.
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