CyberHome CH-DVD 300 DVD Player
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- betthufNov 4, 2014by
A USED CYPER HOME -DVD 300- PLAYS LIKE NEW
I purchased this specific DVD player due to I had previously owned one just like this that lasted almost 10 years with no problems.<br>I find no dislikes at all.<br>I was lucky to find this Cyber Home-DVD 300 as a used product that functions like new. I would definitely advise anyone to purchase this particular DVD.<br>I am very satisfied with this product.
- jerrya51May 10, 2014by
The BEST PLAYER you can buy!
The CyberHome 300 and 250 DVD Player are the best. It will play all disc, that you put in it. Other players sometimes will not play a disc for one reason or other, but these players will play it. You can't go wrong with the CyberHome DVD Player.When the player starts freezing up, that is a sign that your player is going out.
- tmhdghMay 3, 2009by
Ciberhome CH-DVD 300 player
This is a great little DVD player and is very compact. The remote has a lot of buttons but you get use to it after a while. Don't buy a used one unless the remote is included. You can't effectively operate the player without it. On screen menue only.
- 42catalina495Jun 10, 2009by
A very good buy
The Cyberhome CH-DVD 300 is a very compact DVD/CD player with progressive scan and the ability to play a wide variety of discs. For under $40 new and about $20 used, this player is a very good choice if space limitations are an issue. It comes with a full-function remote control, S-video, composite video, and component video outputs. Early versions of this unit only supported one version of the RGB output signal but later ones allow switching between the two most common component video RGB formats.<br><br>I use this player on my sailboat where space in the nav station is at a premium. One caution: these players do have a history of suddenly dying (my first one did after about five years of use) but given the low price you can consider the player to be a "consumable." I've now purchased a couple of back-up units on eBay so I can slip in another one without modifying the cabinetry on the boat.<br><br>All in all a very good deal ... now when will Cyberhome make a compact Blu-ray player!?Read full review
- allens_lexiMar 26, 2014by
Low cost - does the job. Power supply prone to fail.
It plays DVDs as it's supposed to. I picked one up at a Goodwill a few years ago and after not using it for some time I found it didn't work. I opened it up and noting a 5v/12v power supply board checked the voltages and found the 5 volt power was running about 2.8 volts - very common for these. I found a low cost ( $5) power board on Ebay and got it working.<br><br>I bought this one because it was cheap, sold as non-working, and had the same symptoms. I got this one going using a power adapter used to run IDE drives as external drives. These are also available on Ebay for as low as ~$4. I plan to sell both at our Am Cancer Society Relay for Life garage sale.<br><br>If you buy one without the remote, allow $5 - $10 to get a remote on Ebay. Or use a universal remote if you have one around. Keep in mind this is a DVD player, not a Blu-ray player and not a recorder.Read full review