Audiovox VE1020 10.2-Inch Widescreen LCD Drop-Down TV and DVD Player
Audiovox VE1020 10.2-Inch Widescreen LCD Drop-Down TV and DVD Playerby Audiovox
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- DVD player with folding, swiveling 10.2-inch LCD screen; measures 13.75 x 8 x 11 inches (W x H x D) when open
- Can be used as a speakerphone; 125-channel cable-ready tuner, built-in AM/FM stereo, LED clock
- Compatible with DVD movie, CD audio, and CD-R/RW discs as well as MP3 digital audio files
- 2 composite A/V inputs, 1 RF, and a headphone jack
- Built-in stereo speakers (1.2 watts each)
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- Brand: Audiovox
- Shipping Weight: 8.5 pounds
- Item ID: upc:044476017988
- Item ID: ean:0044476017988
The VE1020 features a large 10.2-inch screen (with 800 x 480-pixel resolution) that swivels for the optimal viewing angle. It also includes a 125-channel cable-ready tuner, built-in AM/FM stereo, LED clock, and LED timer on the included slim remote control.
This DVD player is also a great way for you to listen to your favorite tunes. Its compatible with DVD movie, CD audio, and CD-R/RW discs as well as MP3 digital audio files. It has 2 composite A/V inputs, 1 RF, and a headphone jack. The VE1020 offers two built-in speakers (1.2 watts each).
Whats in the Box
Audiovox VE1020 DVD player, remote control, 2 AAA batteries, telephone cable, coaxial cable, AM antenna, FM antenna, and hardware for mounting to kitchen cabinet.
We also found that it plays DVD+R and DVD+RW, even though that's not in the tech specs. I'm not sure about the DVD-R/RW.
My only negative is that when not viewed the screen locks only with the screen facing down toward the countertop, which isn't optimal in a kitchen. It will close in the opposite direction, but not lock.
Other than that, a terrific find!
After a couple of months, I'm still happy with it. The controls are nicely designed, sound is good, but the picture is mediocre compared to current TV's. Compared to recent LCD's, even low end ones, it's so-so -- but certainly adequate for kitchen viewing.
Two other thoughts: first, it would be nice if the TV would lock in the up position with the screen hidden and less exposed to kitchen dirt and flying food. (We have toddlers.) Second, the DVD is fairly sensitive to dirty discs versus our other player. So far a paper towel and some window cleaner does the trick though.