I'd remember receiving Cyberhome 320 DVD Player for Christmas. Right away I didn't get a chance to try it out until a few days later. The DVD player itself is small, sleek and silver player that has only a few buttons on it, mainly the pause, play, rewind, forward, stop and power (off/on) button.
The remote control is pretty small and not your average sized one with huge buttons all over it. It sis kind of crammed up things with its 44 buttons on it but otherwise it was no problem as I got what I wanted from it.
The DVD player itself not only movies but audio CD, has a JPG, screen saver and recordable format, parental control, component video, s-Video & Composite Video Out, Stereo Audio Out and Coaxial Digital Audio Out. Personally I did not use all of the features on it; maybe I will get around using the JPG format.
It was simple so I expected using the DVD wasn't complicated as well. It came to a surprise since it was inexpensive it worked quite well! I had no hard time forwarding or rewinding my movies, I can easily skip parts when I want to 'advanced play' it, the sound quality was good too and clear with no funny noises whatsoever. The picture quality had brings a clear image to the DVD with no problem of fizzing out or darkening the screen.
The one problem I have with this DVD player at times when I open up the DVD player the disc gets stuck in it, forcing me to unplug the DVD then replug it again in the socket a few seconds later to take my disc out.
Cyberhome DVD player is cute and it's been a three years since using the player without taking it to a shop for repair or throwing it away because of it dysfunctions.
If you need a DVD player fast without forking out $100 or $200 for it and actually does work at a very affordable price, try out this portable player.