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21. Audiovox SIRHK1 Sirius Satellite
$149.99 $108.45
22. Audiovox TFT3500 3.5" Handheld
$109.00
23. Audiovox SIR-PNP2 Sirius Satellite
$48.00
24. Audiovox SIRIUS Car Kit (SIR-CK3)
$888.95
25. Audiovox Overhead Video System
$99.99 list($149.99)
26. Jensen C990 Champion Series 3-Way
$79.99 list($115.00)
27. Audiovox CE-505SLK Slim Line Vertical
$629.99
28. Audiovox Overhead Mobile Video
$189.94 list($249.99)
29. Audiovox D1620 6.2" 16.9 Slim
$93.99 list()
30. AUDIO TECHNICA AT440ML Phono Cartridge
$49.99 list($59.99)
31. Audiovox Electronics CE249MP MP3
$298.95 list($499.99)
32. Audiovox D1810 8" Portable DVD
Too low to display $242.95 list($549.99)
33. Audiovox VBP-4000 "Video-In-A-Bag"
$102.06
34. Audiovox ACD-85 160-Watt AM/FM
$49.86
35. Audiovox SIRIUS Home Kit (SIR-HK3)
$144.94 $134.95 list($179.99)
36. Audiovox DC400 Digital Media Recorder
$52.13
37. Audiovox ACD-12 28-Watt AM/FM
$199.99 list($399.99)
38. Audiovox D1730 7" Ultra Slim Portable
$49.99 list($66.99)
39. Jensen C220 Champion Series 2-Way
$85.49 list($129.99)
40. Jensen C880 Champion Series 3-Way

21. Audiovox SIRHK1 Sirius Satellite Radio Home Dock
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000C04HU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 1441
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Amazon.com Product Description

Enjoy your Sirius satellite radio at home with this convenient home docking station. Compatible with the Audiovox SIRPNP1 Sirius radio tuner, this docking station connects to a home stereo source via a stereo patch cable (mini-plug to RCA). The SIRPNP1 fits into the cradle, which powers the radio with the included AC power cord. It comes with an indoor/outdoor antenna (with 20-foot cable) that can be mounted on a windowsill. The hinged base offers easy adjustment of the antenna. It can be placed on any horizontal surface or mounted to a wall inside your house (placed near a window) or outside.

Sirius satellite radio is a subscription service that provides up to 100 channels of programming, from digital-quality music to news, talk, and sports.

What's in the Box
Sirius SIRHK1 home docking cradle, home antenna with 20-foot cable, AC power cord, audio cable, and printed installation guide. ... Read more

Features

  • Listen to Sirius satellite radio in your home
  • Home docking station for SIRPNP1 Sirius radio
  • Connects to home stereo via RCA audio cable
  • Indoor/outdoor antenna with 20-foot cable
  • Includes AC power cord/adapter

22. Audiovox TFT3500 3.5" Handheld TV with A/C Adapter
list price: $149.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B0002HLY6K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Audiovox Electronics
Sales Rank: 3906
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Features

  • Color 3.5" display
  • Integrated Desk Stand
  • High Resolution
  • Built-In Telescopic TV antenna
  • AC Charger and Weather Resistant

23. Audiovox SIR-PNP2 Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver

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Asin: B00012T47C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox Communications
Sales Rank: 849
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Here to bring you commercial-free music, sports, and news listening in a wealth of genre-based satellite streams is the Audiovox SIR-PNP2 Sirius radio receiver. Use of the receiver requires activation of a subscription to Sirius Satellite Radio ($12.95 per month or a one-time fee of $499.99). You'll also need a portable, home, or car docking apparatus. The receiver pulls in the signal, while a docking station provides traditional features like speakers, headphone jacks, and antennas, depending on the accessory. The receiver will produce no audio without an ancillary listening device.

We tested the receiver in 2 different systems: the Audiovox SIR-BB1 Sirius satellite radio portable boombox and the Audiovox SIR-CK1 sirius satellite radio shuttle car kit. Using the receiver under different circumstances--both stationary and mobile--gave a rounded portrait of both the Sirius service and the performance of this particular receiver. As a paid alternative to traditional FM and AM radio, the Sirius service definitely has its benefits. Tons of stations and no commercials--it's hard to beat that. With Sirius, great music is always easy to find.

With traditional radio, the audio signals ride "carrier frequencies" (modulated waves of air) that a receiver subtracts before rendering a wave as audio. With digital radio, frequencies carry data rather than audio. A receiver simply performs the step of turning the numeric transmission back to audio, much as the decoder chips and analog stage of a CD player turns its digital data into sound. This means you'll hear no static, fuzz, or spurious background noises from Sirius radio. The end result is clear and clean. It also means, however, that when reception gets hazy your audio program mutes briefly rather than getting fuzzy or slightly more distant-sounding. This can prove disconcerting or downright irritating if you're not listening in an area with perfect reception.

When you're not moving, reception tends to be better, though still potentially imperfect, depending on the location of Sirius' satellites. (Owners of digital cable or satellite television will know exactly what they're in for.) But by and large our stationary testing proved seamless, letting us enjoy the many stations included in the Sirius package.

Setup and operation of the receiver is a breeze. There are 30 channel presets (a group of 10 buttons with selectable A, B, and C bands) and an intuitive scroll wheel with push selection for menu navigation.

Lovers of pop and rock music fare the best, but there's a little something for everyone. If you're starved for underplayed classic rock, you'll revel in a channel known as The Vault ("deeper classic rock"), and '80s fans can take their pick of Big '80s, Hair Nation, and First Wave ("classic alternative"). Parents and kids--we checked--will relish the Sirius children's channel, especially in the car.

Unexpectedly rich are the news offerings, which include everything from the major cable TV networks to radio staples like NPR and the BBC, as well as 7 sports networks and a host of "entertainment" channels (including Court TV). The lion's share of the channels in the dance/electronica group falls to the dance category, leaving it to the lone Chill station to weave a blend of electronica and other hip but mellow (i.e., nondanceable) music. There are only 3 classical-music channels, and for those with short attention spans one of them plays movements of larger works rather than complete pieces straight through.

Beyond the reception issue, the only other major drawback is sound quality, which some may find subpar. Sirius describes its sound as "digital quality," a euphemism for "digital audio with a bitrate so low that we don't want to scare people by revealing what it is." Whatever it is, its character is very close to what you'd hear from 96 kbps MP3--clear and listenable, but lacking depth, fullness, high-frequency extension, and dynamic range (though radio's always been super compressed). Your awareness of these shortcomings will depend to some degree on the caliber of your playback system. We noted that the classical stations seem to have better sound than the rock/pop stations.

Overall, we found the sound quality to be better than AM radio, nearly or equally as good as analog FM stations, but worse than 128 kbps MP3 and inferior to high-quality analog cassette tapes (though there's no tape hiss with Sirius). But for broadcast music programming, the Sirius lineup is hard to beat and nothing short of a joy to listen to. For additional subscription details, please visit www.sirius.com. --Michael Mikesell

Pros:

  • Simple setup
  • Intuitive operation
  • Easy to find great music
  • No commercials
  • Rich news selection
  • 30 station presets
  • Modular construction fits a host of docking devices
  • Display is highly legible in both bright and dim environs

Cons:

  • Periodic lost-signal mutes in transit
  • Substandard sound quality
  • No new-age channel
  • Limited jazz, classical, and world-music offerings

What's in the Box
Receiver (shuttle) unit, remote control (P/N1363539), 2 AA remote batteries, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Listen to over 100 streams of Sirius satellite radio programming
  • Receiver has 30 presets, 20-song memory, and a remote control; features 6-line amber monochrome display with auto dimming feature
  • Can automatically alert you to your favorite songs or switch to a stream at preselected time
  • Requires home or vehicle antenna kit, plus subscription to Sirius service
  • Measures 5.2 x 3.4 x 1.9 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (14)

3-0 out of 5 stars lowish-fidelity and annoying commercials
Compared to the little Sony XM radio that I tried, this Audiovox product is superior in that it doesn't have a loud cooling fan. I also like the "browse by category" feature.

Sirius and XM both claim to have commercial-free classical music stations. Yet they both interrupt the music with station identification messages and little "house ads" that are annoying if you're using the machine at home. Sirius isn't quite as bad as XM in this respect but it is not all music all the time like the music stations that come with digital cable TV.

Sound quality is rather muddy and noticeably worse than the standard FM radio stations that I play through the same amp and speakers.

With my desktop XM radio here in the Boston area I had a signal available continuously. The Audiovox/Sirius seems to suffer 1-3 second dropouts every 5-10 minutes.

The "what's playing" LCD display shows "Sirius" rather than a music title when they are doing one of their annoying announcements or ads. Some company should make a player that goes mute when this is happening...

5-0 out of 5 stars The death of FM as we know it
After doing a lot of research on both XM and Sirius, I chose Sirius and so far I've been thrilled with the service as well as this product.

Two main reasons the scales tipped to Sirius' favor was 1) Clear Channel has a stake in XM Radio, and at first XM was just playing recorded loops of Clear Channel programming, until recently, and 2) The sports options with Sirius is much better. Sirius has broadcasting deals with the NFL, NBA, and NHL, while XM only has exclusive rights to NASCAR.

I've known Audiovox to be a low-end brand for a while but this has been solid for me so far. The display is bright and easy to read, there's a choice of display fonts. Little did I know that the remote that comes with it is a big plus depending on where you may need to site the unit in your car or home.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great programming, so so device
I picked up one of these before a road trip though the midwest along with a car and house adaptors. I was attracted to the programming choices and lack of commercials. The service is great on a road trip far away from any major cities. I find I listen to the docked unit all day at work too.

First the good points. The display is excellent. Shows up well in any lighting conditions. A real plus in a moving vehicle. It's easy to "program" and as I've read in other reviews the service is real good about using the same artist and song titles on all of the streams. This means that if you program it to alert you when a song comes on it will find it spelled the same whenever it plays. The terrestrial repeaters are great around a city where buildings can block signals. I'm able to leave the antenna on the dash instead of the roof.

The so so points. The audio quality through the FM transmitter is not impressive. There are only four frequencies to choose from and it turns out that in my city all of them have strong broadcast stations which sometimes bleed through.

The bad points. This thing runs hot and is not small, about the size of a large paper back book. So moving it between your car and house/office requires a bag. Also the display on mine got scratched right away. I found that this device trips off my radar detector and interferes with UHF two way radios such as ham/FRS/GMRS. I suspect that the antenna system is bleeding lots of RF. The cradle is difficult to set the unit into. Has a very vague feeling to it. After about five months of moving it between car and office the antenna connector on the back of the received got damaged by the cradle. Now whenever I move it I need to use a tool to bend the connector back into place otherwise it won't seat properly an the antenna won't make contact. The range on the remote is only about four feet. Not enough for the home user.

I think in the future I'll look for an audio system with a permanent built in satellite receiver. Then I can leave this one in the home dock and stop moving it.

4-0 out of 5 stars audiovox home dock antennae problems
i have sirius and was amazed at the variety.. however being a geezer in the music world.. my tastes do not include most offerings .. however the jazz is pretty good .. the classical could be expanded.. sirius has some on line live time (did i mention eric C.?).. events which i wish they would replay more than once..And how do you store a song? or is it something else.. not enough time to figure out the system... the car audiovox sirius system works wonderfully.. the home dock system as someone else alluded to needs some work with the antennae....i cringe at going to some new place and saying hey i bought this when it first came out and now i need you to fix it.. '' cringe'' the home reception is at best.-- --- ...--- ..--- floating in and out frequently..? audiovox offers no site to even ask a question pretaining to that.. oh i guess the owners manuel would help.. now that would defeat the purpose of finding out on here? .. oh i like the blues and folk and new folk.. it's like people are really folking around these days... more than ever.. well what do you expect ... i listen to publik radio and pbs.. oh yes now i have antennae problem display on the screen but no solution offered... alas..I guess i have to go listen to it in the car..? but i still like sirius when i can receive the signal at home. and it's really a cool thing to listen to on the road..... now if gas prices go up i'll really have to figure out how to fix that home dock system antennae.....? chow and good listening..

4-0 out of 5 stars Audiovox looks like the best Sirius SR receiver
Although I haven't yet quite decided to purchase the Sirius Satellite Radio service, I expect I will, and when I do I expect I will purchase the Audiovox receiver, based on research to date. Thus I'm giving the unit a four rating for expectations slightly above average.

When considering the choice between XMSR and Sirius, consumers must keep in mind the very different transmission technologies between the two. XMSR uses two geosynchronous satellites, which always appear to be at the same place in the sky over any spot on earth. Thus, once one places an antenna so that it works all right, in almost every case it will keep on working indefinitely.

Sirius, by contrast, uses several satellites in lower earth orbit, and these appear to move across the sky. So, even when some antenna configuration is initially working, the signal may fade and reception may fail because of the Sirius satellites' changing positions in the sky.

For those interested in news programs, both services offer BBC, however only Sirius offers NPR. But to clear up some of the oblique mentions I've noticed in other reviews, the NPR service Sirius offers does not include either All Things Considered or Morning Edition, NPR's two most popular programs by far. Many other popular shows are missing, which is also the case with Sirius' PRI offering. Of course, XM offers no NPR or PRI programming at all.

Also, the BBC programming differs substantially between XMSR and Sirius. XMSR provides the standard BBC World Service feed, very similar to what one hears on short wave radio. Sirius provides the BBC news feed, which cuts out some of the BBC's non-news programs in favor of more frequent editions of the news shows. I'm not sure which I'd actually prefer, each has advantages.

Finally, a reviewer below mentioned an intent to purchase Sony's XM Satellite Radio receiver. I strongly recommend not purchasing this unit, even at the seemingly amazing low prices one can find for it. I purchased it almost as soon as XMSR started, and I hated it the whole time. It was buggy, it always was screwing up one way or another. Also, its LCD display was invisible for most practical purposes, and its ergonomics were awful. Sony refused all my efforts to get them to deal with these problems while the unit was still in warranty, it was one perpetual stonewall and runaround. Finally, just weeks after my Sony unit went out of warranty, it failed completely. By then Sony wouldn't even discuss repairing it, unless I agreed in advance to pay for the discussion by the minute on a 1-900- phone line! Sony obviously has no real intent to support this extremely poor product of theirs, and they don't seem to be serious about XM Satellite Radio. I am now very reluctant to purchase any Sony product again as a result of this very bad behavior of theirs.

So I threw out my useless Sony XMSR receiver and replaced it with the Delphi unit, which is absolutely wonderful, superior to the Sony unit in every way, and by far. I will be delighted if the Audiovox Sirius SR receiver is even almost as good as my excellent Delphi XMSR receiver. ... Read more


24. Audiovox SIRIUS Car Kit (SIR-CK3) (SIR-CK3)

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Asin: B0006FZYJ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Audiovox
Sales Rank: 6235
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25. Audiovox Overhead Video System with 15" LCD Screen and TV Tuner (VOH1502)

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Asin: B00023CBB6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Audiovox
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26. Jensen C990 Champion Series 3-Way Tower Speakers with 8" Woofers (Pair)
list price: $149.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0002L597Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox Corporation
Sales Rank: 3897
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Amazon.com Product Description

Who says new speakers have to be expensive? Jensen's Champion Series 3-way, floorstanding tower C990 speakers are perfect upgrades to older or smaller speakers. Use one pair for stereo or pick up two pairs (4 speakers) for use as the front and surround elements in a multichannel listening system. Movies will sound more lifelike with larger speakers all around, and plenty of newer music formats--from the DTS surround CD to DVD-Audio and SACD--offer music from your favorite artists mixed expressly for surround-sound listening, often with full-range speakers in mind (rather than tiny satellites).

The C990 tower speakers each use a 30 mm soft-dome tweeter for sweet high frequencies, a pair of matched 4-inch cones for accurate midrange reproduction, and an 8-inch, side-mounted cone woofer for driving home the low end. Finished in black-ash vinyl, the C990s are as attractive as they are sonically exciting. They're efficient, too, working on as little as 10 watts per channel while handling amplifiers as powerful as 150 watts per channel. Durable binding-post speaker terminals offer strong connections with your speaker cable for high-efficiency signal transfer from cable to speaker.

Jensen recommends positioning the speakers at least 3 feet away from the television to keep the speaker magnets from interfering with the set's picture, at least 1 foot from any side wall, and a minimum of 8 inches from the rear wall. This prevents exaggerated or "booming" bass and helps the speakers produce more balanced, detailed sound.

What's in the Box
Two speakers, 2 speaker grilles, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Pair of 3-way floorstanding speakers, each using a 30 mm soft-dome tweeter, two 4-inch midrange drivers, and an 8-inch woofer
  • Rated for use with amplifiers producing 10 to 150 watts per channel
  • 52 to 20,000 Hz frequency response (+/-3 dB)
  • Efficient, 88 dB sensitivity lets the speakers play loudly with minimal amplifier power
  • Measures 5.8 x 33.5 x 11.5 inches (W x H x D) each

27. Audiovox CE-505SLK Slim Line Vertical CD Player
list price: $115.00
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Asin: B000065UUK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 3955
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Features

  • Slim Line Verical CD AM/FM Digital Tuner w/Cassette
  • Full Remote Control
  • Wall Mountable
  • Motorized CD Door
  • Auto Stop Cassette Recorder

28. Audiovox Overhead Mobile Video System with 8" LCD Screen and DVD Player (VOD808)

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Asin: B0001W97EW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Audiovox
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29. Audiovox D1620 6.2" 16.9 Slim Portable DVD Player
list price: $249.99
our price: $189.94
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Asin: B0002K048G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 5135
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its compact frame and unbeatable price, you can't go wrong with Audiovox's shiny D1620 portable DVD player. The unit features a 6.2-inch LCD designed to match the widescreen (16:9 aspect ratio) dimensions of your favorite movies. It's compatible with DVD-Video, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3-encoded music discs. You can even enjoy an onscreen slideshow of your cherished digital photos from recordable CDs filled with JPEG image files. The player will play PAL-formatted discs, too, such as non-region-coded releases from the UK.

The player features switchable audio/video input/output jacks, letting you use it on the road for monitoring camcorder footage or gaming devices, or in the home as a high-quality video source device using the supplied AV cables.

A supplied AC/DC power adapter lets you save batteries during indoor use, while a rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides around 2 hours of playback when you're on the go (power consumption depends on the operations of the player, such as screen brightness, volume level, etc).

Ideal for road use, D1620 includes a vehicle DC power adapter so you can save batteries on long trips. Listen through the unit's built-in stereo speakers or through headphones (not included).

What's in the Box
DVD player, AC power adapter, a DC vehicle power adapter, a battery pack, remote control, remote battery (CR2025), a user's manual, an audio/video cable, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultra-slim portable DVD player with 6.2-inch LCD screen; plays DVD-Video (NTSC/PAL), CD, MP3 CD, and JPEG image CD
  • Credit-card-style remote control lets you operate the player from your sitting position
  • Supplied DC vehicle power adapter lets you use the player on the road
  • Includes 2-hour lithium-ion battery pack and audio/video hookup cables for home use
  • Measures 6.5 x 1.4 x 5.6 inches (W x H x D)

30. AUDIO TECHNICA AT440ML Phono Cartridge

our price: $93.99
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Asin: B00009MK3A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Audio Technica
Sales Rank: 8055
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Standard mount
  • 6.5 grams
  • 0.8-1.6 grams tracking force
  • 5-32 kHz freq. response

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic
In my opinion, the best under-$100 phono cartridge remaining on the market... bar none. ... Read more


31. Audiovox Electronics CE249MP MP3 / CD Boombox with Digital Tuning
list price: $59.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002DFG1I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 4891
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Features

  • Compact Disc Player
  • Plays MP3 Music recordedon CDR/W
  • Digital AM/FM Tuning
  • AC/DC Operation

32. Audiovox D1810 8" Portable DVD Player
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B0000X4Q3O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 7758
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take your favorite movies wherever you roam--by plane or SUV--with the lightweight Audiovox D1810 portable DVD player. It features an 8-inch LCD monitor, 3-hour rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and full Dolby Digital and DTS sound output. It has built-in stereo speakers, but you can also listen privately via headphones or blast the volume through your home stereo receiver. Other features include a credit-card-sized remote control, 16:9 aspect ratio for cinema-style viewing, and compatibility with VCD/SVCD, CD-R/RW discs, and MP3 audio files.

What's in the Box
Audiovox D1810, remote control, AC adapter, DC 12-volt adapter, audio/video cable, and battery pack. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable DVD player with built-in speakers and 8-inch LCD screen
  • Compatibility with VCD/SVCD, CD-R/RW discs, and MP3 audio files
  • 3-hour battery life
  • Full Dolby Digital and DTS sound output
  • Includes credit card-sized remote control

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars So far so good, but....
it needs an operation manual!! It took a while to figure things out. I shouldn't have to do this. Someone isn't doing their job. I own all kinds of electronic stuff and Sony seems to have the best product manuals. AudioVox needs to get a clue in this department. The manual seems to have been put together at the last moment and just as an after thought. The player seems to work good..and has a great picture ... Read more


33. Audiovox VBP-4000 "Video-In-A-Bag" 5.6" LCD TV/DVD Player
list price: $549.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000068ERY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 5578
Average Customer Review: 2.68 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Mobile DVD player with 5.6-inch LCD screen;12.2 x 13.8 x 7.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • 1 Set of A/V Output Jacks and 2 Sets of A/V Input Jacks
  • DVD/AV1/AV2 Switchable Source Select
  • Dual Speakers
  • 1 S-Video Output

Reviews (34)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product for thos long car trips
I bought the DVD Video-in-a-bag along with the extra LCD screen (the VBPEX5, the VBPEX56 was not available at that time). This unit is great for taking those long road trips, plus it gives you a DVD player you can use once you arrive at your destination. The only drawback I have found is the size. This is a pretty large unit considering it does not have batteries. You must provide external power from a wall outlet or a car adapter.

You can connect up to 3 LCDs to the unit. One connects through the normal connection, the other two through a special cable. Each screen also has stereo speakers and local volume control. You can also use the remote control by pointing it at any of the LCD screens, the remote detector is built into the screen housing.

The power for the screens comes through the cable, so you don't need extra power for each screen. The screens are switchable between the DVD player and a set of external A/V connectors for game machines, or anything else that provides a video signal.

We put one screen on the back of the seat for the child in the back seat, and the other in the front seat so my wife can monitor and control the DVD with the remote.

I will buy the VBPEX56 (a 5.6 in screen, identical to the one that comes eith the unit) next so we have two in the back seat , one for each child.

1-0 out of 5 stars cheap junk
have to wiggle and bend power cord to get it to work if your luckyit will work for 5 minutes.have owned for about a year.more frustation than its worth.having to pull over and fix all the time.mine got thrown out the window on i90.next one definatly wont be audiovox..

1-0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware
A few days ago I would've given this product a 5. We used it all summer on a road trip and it worked beautifully. A few days ago the power connection became loose. Now you have to position the power cord just so or the unit will shut off. We bought the unit in May and paid full price for it. We relied on the product name and reputation. What a let down! We are past our 90 warranty period and Target doesn't offer an extended warranty option. What a complete disappointment! Too much money to break down this fast!

5-0 out of 5 stars Our first quiet ride to the beach!
My husband and I bought this dvd system over the past weekend and it's worth the money (on sale elsewhere for $199.99 though). My son is 2 and watched his movies on the ride to the beach. The screen mounts to headrest and we are looking forward to buying another screen for our younger son (a little too young still). We love the idea that we can play cd's in it and can play dvd's inside our beach home. We recommend it, for sure. The only draw back is the smaller screen, but hey, you don't want it too big since your child is practically right on top of it anyway while in the car:-)

4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful for the kids
I purchased this just before our vacation. It was wonderful. With the option of purchasing the additional monitor, I was able to fulfill all my childern's dreams. My younger children watched movies, while my older child disconnected the additional screen and attached it to his PS2. The versitility was wonderful and provided enough entertainment for our 8 hour drive. ... Read more


34. Audiovox ACD-85 160-Watt AM/FM Stereo with CD Player and Slide-Down Panel

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Asin: B00009V2XM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 22245
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35. Audiovox SIRIUS Home Kit (SIR-HK3) (SIR-HK3)

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Asin: B0006G02YC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Audiovox
Sales Rank: 5963
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36. Audiovox DC400 Digital Media Recorder / Player with MP3 / MPEG4
list price: $179.99
our price: $144.94
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Asin: B00027356C
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 456
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Features

  • MP3 / MPEG4 / webcam and digital video/voice recorder
  • 4x digital zoom
  • Plug and Play
  • Digital effects (BW/ Sepia/ Mosaic)

37. Audiovox ACD-12 28-Watt AM/FM Stereo with CD Player

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Asin: B00009V2WW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 10690
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars OK CD player, very poor AM/RM receiver
CD player works fine. But the AM/FM receiver is very poor.
The receiver is very subject to interference. LOC doesn't
help, and infact often makes holding a station worse. ... Read more


38. Audiovox D1730 7" Ultra Slim Portable DVD Player
list price: $399.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B00008DD4W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 1617
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Audiovox's affordable D1730 features a broad, seven-inch widescreen (16:9 aspect ratio) LCD, and compatibility with DVD-Video, VCD/SVCD, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3-encoded discs. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's coaxial digital-audio output for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver. Composite-video and stereo analog-audio inputs and outputs let you hook up additional AV gear for viewing through the D1730. All audio and video inputs and outputs are of the minijack .125-inch size, so compatible adapter cables are required (one stereo analog audio and one composite-video cable are supplied)

S-video and composite-video outputs simplify hookup with a home TV. If you don't have a surround receiver or six-channel speaker setup, you can still make every movie night the ultimate experience: Q-Surround Sound simulates surround sound through two speakers or headphones. Playback options include frame-by -frame slow motion, zoom (image magnification and reduction), multiple angle viewing (with applicable discs), and 20-track programmable sequencing.

The D1730 comes with an AC adapter and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides up to three hours of playback (power consumption depends on the operations of the player, such as screen brightness, volume level, etc). Other supplied accessories include a user's manual and a remote control. Headphones are not included. ... Read more

Features

  • 7-inch TFT LCD screen with 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio
  • 3-hour lithium-ion battery accommodates up to 2 movies between charges
  • Plays DVD, SVCD, VCD, CD, and MP3 CD
  • Dolby Digital, DTS, Q-Surround outputs for enveloping theater-like sound in your home or on the go
  • Cabling and remote control included

Reviews (12)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good picture - but some problems
I purchased this unit primarily on spec and price. The 7" display is bright, and DVDs play well. Unit is attractive and slim - easily carried, and just fits between the front arm rests on many cars so kids can see in the back - better than a fix-ed in car unit since you can also take it with on the plane/hotel/etc. Battery lasts for rated 3 hours - but is somewhat bulky.

However after 4 months of ownership, I have noted 2 major problems.

i) Unit can overheat when playing back DVDs - causing frame to freeze.

ii) Screen hinge mechanism seems weak. One hinge already failed on my player, and the other is already cracking. We'll see how good the AudioVox warranty repair is.

Overall, I'd look at the Panasonic or Pioneer models next time for a few $$ more, the hinges look more robust. Bigger than 7" model may not fit in the car as well.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice DVD player
We've owned this DVD player for about a year now and are very happy with it. We use it in the car on road trips, have taken it on an oversees plane trip and use it in our home. We've had no problems with it whatsoever. It does get pretty warm after it's been running for a while, but so far this has not affected its performance. The sound is sometimes not loud enough when using it in the car, but we solved this by bying a cassette adapter so the sound gets routed over the car stereo. I liked that this DVD player already came with the DC adapter cable for the car. We bought an extra battery for a 10-hour plane trip, which turned out to be unecessary, as they had DC hookups between the seats (on American Airlines) and we could have just powered it from that! Overall, we are very satisfied with this product and the low price. It does a great job of keeping the kids entertained on trips, and while at home we just plug it right into the TV.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice!
I have been using this player for about a week. It's had quite a bit of use in that time. So far it has been working perfectly! It is very nice, considering it was only $220! It does everything you buy on of these for and more! The sound is good without headphones, but OUTSTANDING with them! Buy one of these and you won't be disappointed-unless you plan on giving it to a "2 year old"...they can break anything! NO fault of Audiovox. I'll update if I encounter any problems in the future.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unhappy customer
I received this as a gift 4 months ago. The first time I used it, it worked great. Good quality, portable, all the things other people mentioned.

All the other 3 times have been failures of some sort:
1) After 1 hour usage, the screen went white. I tried adjusting contrast & brightness but got no change. The video still went out to a TV monitor but that didn't help on a 4 hour plane ride. After 2 days of rest (I checked it every day), the video suddenly worked again on the monitor.

2) On the plane ride back, the video remained intact; However, the DVD periodically stuttered/skipped frames.

3) On a recent car trip, the player lasted less than 30 minutes. The screen froze up. You could see the screen but the the player wasn't playing out. It was frozen on the last screen. The only way to stop the player was to turn it off. The stop/pause button didn't do a thing.

The player was never dropped. When I called about the issue, I was told that because I didn't have a receipt, I would have to pay a hefty sum to get it fixed. I now have a large paper weight that only worked successfully once.

4-0 out of 5 stars Audiovox D1730
The picture and sound quality were great, but the sound is not loud enough to here when on an airplane. Sound is not loud enough. ... Read more


39. Jensen C220 Champion Series 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers with 6.5" Woofers (Pair)
list price: $66.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002L5976
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox Corporation
Sales Rank: 2349
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Amazon.com Product Description

Jensen's stylish, imminently affordable Champion Series 2-way, bookshelf C220 speakers can flesh out your home theater with surround sound, fill your dorm or apartment with music, or provide gentle background ambience in your bedroom or business. Use one pair for stereo or surround applications or pick up two pairs (4 speakers) for use as the front and surround elements in a multichannel listening system. Movies will sound more lifelike and enveloping with timbrally matched speakers all around, and plenty of newer music formats--from the DTS surround CD to DVD-Audio and SACD--offer music from your favorite artists mixed expressly for surround-sound listening.

Mate them with a powered subwoofer to fill in the lowest frequencies, and you'll be ready for the anything. (Alternately, you could use these as surround speakers with larger, floorstanding speakers for the front left/right channels.)

Standing just 14 inches tall, the C220 speakers each use a 30 mm soft-dome tweeter for sweet high frequencies and a 6.5-inch cone woofer for filling out the bass frequencies. They're not the most efficient speakers on the planet, but they'll do fine with as little as 15 watts per channel while handling amplifiers as powerful as 75 watts per channel. Durable binding-post speaker terminals offer strong connections with your speaker cable for high-efficiency signal transfer from cable to speaker.

Place the speakers so that the tweeters are on a level plane with your ears. If you install the speakers in a wall enclosure, take care to ensure that the front panels of the speakers are flush with the front of the wall. Jensen also recommends positioning the speakers at least 3 feet away from the television to keep the speaker magnets from interfering with the set's picture, at least 1 foot from any side wall, and a minimum of 8 inches from the rear wall. This prevents exaggerated or "booming" bass and helps the speakers produce more balanced, detailed sound.

What's in the Box
Two speakers, 2 speaker grilles, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Pair of 2-way bookshelf speakers, each using a 30 mm soft-dome tweeter and a 6.5-inch woofer
  • Rated for use with amplifiers producing 15 to 75 watts per channel
  • 58 to 20,000 Hz frequency response (+/-3 dB)
  • Finished in black-ash vinyl
  • Measures 8.3 x 14 x 10.8 inches (W x H x D) each

40. Jensen C880 Champion Series 3-Way Tower Speakers with 6.5" Woofers (Pair)
list price: $129.99
our price: $85.49
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Asin: B0002L597G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox Corporation
Sales Rank: 15331
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Amazon.com Product Description

Hi-fi lives again with Jensen's stylish, affordable Champion Series 3-way, floorstanding tower C880 speakers. Use one pair for stereo or pick up two pairs (4 speakers) for use as the front and surround elements in a multichannel listening system. Movies will sound more lifelike with larger speakers all around, and plenty of newer music formats--from the DTS surround CD to DVD-Audio and SACD--offer music from your favorite artists mixed expressly for surround-sound listening, often with full-range speakers in mind (rather than tiny satellites).

The C880 tower speakers each use a 30 mm soft-dome tweeter for sweet high frequencies, a 4-inch cone for midrange reproduction, and a 6.5-inch, cone woofer for driving home the low end. Finished in black-ash vinyl, the C880s are as attractive as they are sonically exciting. They're efficient, too, working on as little as 10 watts per channel while handling amplifiers as powerful as 100 watts per channel. Durable binding-post speaker terminals offer strong connections with your speaker cable for high-efficiency signal transfer from cable to speaker.

Jensen recommends positioning the speakers at least 3 feet away from the television to keep the speaker magnets from interfering with the set's picture, at least 1 foot from any side wall, and a minimum of 8 inches from the rear wall. This prevents exaggerated or "booming" bass and helps the speakers produce more balanced, detailed sound.

What's in the Box
Two speakers, 2 speaker grilles, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Pair of 3-way floorstanding speakers, each using a 30 mm soft-dome tweeter, a 4-inch midrange driver, and a 6.5-inch woofer
  • Rated for use with amplifiers producing 10 to 100 watts per channel
  • 55 to 20,000 Hz frequency response (+/-3 dB)
  • Efficient, 89 dB sensitivity lets the speakers play loudly with minimal amplifier power
  • Measures 8.3 x 33.5 x 10.8 inches (W x H x D) each

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