Bought this DVD player for my daughter's room, the price was good. Well, the saying is true, you get what you pay for. This product is terrible! Won't play any DVD that has the tiniest scratch, and even the dvds it does play they skip or freeze half way through. Not worth your money.
My husband bought the C224B clock radio with dual alarm when his other alarm clock died. In the 30+ years we have been getting up to an alarm, we have never owned one you couldn't shut off. We can't sleep in on the weekends because there is no off button. Definitely a design flaw with engineering. It was not an inexpensive clock that you expect not to work correctly. Not happy at all with this product and have since bought a different alarm clock.
Directions are definitely incomplete. I've had this item for a month and cannot set the time...that particular setting is greyed out and inaccessible. It should be a simple fix! but isn't) No instructions/directions stating if there is a download for using TV as a PC monitor. When used as a display for my PC, each time I use my computer, the resolution changes and I get a BSOD error code. The manual also states that you can use the speakers as audio for the PC, but no directions are given to do this.
Several other areas are lacking as well. I'd be happy with this item if the directions were more complete and any drivers given. .
So far, I have got to say that the sound quality is mediocre, but hey, it's $25. I have a Memorex karaoke, cheap one around $20, with pretty poor speakers, having an extra RCA cable laying around and connected the karaoke to the GPX speakers. It works great, essentially replicating a sound system, using the karaoke to play CDs, but here's my question, I've scoured the internet for answers, I am curious to what the specifications for the speakers (OHMs, amps, and such) along with what the output is on the built-in amp.