richms: Another thing that is annoying is when changing channels you get the sound a lot louder for a fraction of a second before the picture starts moving.
I wish that some of the actual brands would sell reasonably priced small TV's since the other 2 that I have had a look at have sucked in the same and other ways as well.
richms: Yeah, but the actual brands either dont have anything in the 22-24" range, or want more for it than a 32 which is absurd. When a PC monitor 24" costs around $200, there is no excuse for a TV being 5-600.
dlormans: Hi, if anyone's interested, I just purchased the VEON Blu-ray player.
It is NOT multi zoned for Blu-ray or DVD. No info inside the package on how to hack it. No information on the internet either.
It's very small and cheaply made. Part of the plastic fascia was peeling off. Cheesy "Transonic" -ish blue LED display. Reasonable remote but very small buttons. The front fascia has a row of black plastic buttons that are impossible to decipher unless you have 3D infra-red laser vision.
It boots up very quickly and does not chug and groan when a disc is loaded... but I was unable to verify the image quality as it wouldn't play any of the region 1 and zone a discs I tried. In frustration I packed it up and will return it.
For $149, not worth the money by a long shot. Why the Warehouse promised it would play discs from "any region" is quite beyond me.