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Coby DP1052 10.4-Inch Digital Photo Frame with MP3 Player (Wooden Frame)

by Coby

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  • Built-in Devices/`Speaker`
  • Product Type/`Digital Frame`
  • Connectivity Technology/`Cable`
  • Features/`Slideshow`
  • Form Factor/`Wall Mountable,Desktop`

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 25.7 x 31 cm ; 1.7 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 Kg
  • Item model number: DP1052
  • ASIN: B0036MDUO2
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 7 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,846 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Northerner on June 26 2012
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I wanted the 4:3 screen format because it best fits most of my pictures, and has more screen size per base footprint than widescreen.

I've had the frame for a week now, and it continues to work perfectly. I tend to use a USB stick with pictures, music and videos on it, with the device in the calendar mode with the large image, playing music in the background.

I've used the remote for everything - much easier than trying to do it all while reaching for buttons on the back! They provided a lithium battery for the remote.

For now, I've got the device set to turn off at 6pm each day, and turn on at 8am. One minor nit: when it comes on, it goes into picture slideshow mode instead of into the mode it was in when it turned off. A button push on the remote is needed to put it back into clock/calendar mode.

Picture quality seems good to me. Sound is what you would expect from small speakers. Only problem with video was when playing from SD card - sound was bad. Seems fine from USB stick, however. Could be data rate problem from SD - thumbnails are noticeably slower from SD.
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Easy to use, good quality. It is the perfect size...not too big, not too small. Love the double matted frame.
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By Jeff on June 30 2013
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It doesn't work and trying to figure out how to return it. This is the 2nd digital picture frame I tried to get and neither of them worked.
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71 of 74 people found the following review helpful
So far, So great March 29 2010
By DarrelG - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased this last week from a local retailer as a present to my elderly parents.

I like
the size: much easier to see than smaller 7 or 8 inch frames.
the versatility: plays photos and movies from my Canon digital camera perfectly.
user settings: can be set to turn itself off and on at preset times.

Note: there is a learning curve with this. It takes a while to figure out what the icons on the remote mean. The manual is fairly helpful, but its credibility suffers when "folder" is repeatedly misspelled as "floder".

Note: has no (virtually none)internal memory. The Coby DP1042 is the same frame with 1GB of internal memory for $20 more. Not worth it when a 2GB SD card can be bought for $10.
49 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Decent quality, good features, poor instructions Oct. 17 2010
By Auton - Published on Amazon.com
This LCD photo frame does waht it says. Not the nicest one out there but very good for the price. The 600x800 resolution is good, but the backlight is not bright enough to see in a brightly lit room. The viewing angle is ok. It is fine from the sides but not from bleow. This limits the places you can mount the frame. The cord is also a bit short. The biggest issue with this frame is the manual. It is pretty sparse and doesn't tell you exactly how to use all the features. If you are at all technically inclined, you'll be able to figure it out. If not, find a teenager to show you how to use it.
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Excellent quality. Operating it takes a little experimenting. July 30 2010
By Brian Henderson - Published on Amazon.com
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Good looking frame. Excellent picture quality. Clear and crisp display. Highly 'tune-able'.
Only two 'shortcomings':
1. The memory card slot is shared for SD, MS, etc. It wil take all four formats, but only one at a time. Not really a big problem.
2. The operations are not intuitive, and I really needed to experiment for a while to figure out how to get what I wanted perfectly. Again, not a huge problem, it will do almost anything you want, but it may take you a while to figure out how.
I nevertheless gave it 5 stars, because of the excellent price! It's considerably less than any other of comparable quality. (The high price ones usually are easier to operate)

Don't get this for anyone who is technically totally inept, but if they could program their VCR, they can figure this out... And the quality is as good as the higher priced ones.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Outa control Dec 25 2010
By Roy G Biv - Published on Amazon.com
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I'll wager those who write good reviews of this device are using only one function. They quit when they get something, anything to work. The setup is not just "difficult," as some write. The controls are random. The remote control buttons and the control circuitry in the frame lack the least rudimentary "electronic latch" circuit. The effect is to make controls incredibly erratic. Functions don't respond the same way twice. Some selections jump ahead as many as 5 stops; other times they don't do anything at all after 12 presses of a button. I'm no computer whiz, but even so, setup of just one photo slide show took me well over two hours. To those who believe they are not smart enough to get the thing to work, YOU'RE WRONG. It's NOT you. It's the designer of the control circuitry who's an idiot. The images are beautiful. Beauty is nice, but if you can't see it, what's the use? This is a defective product which has had its price slashed to suck buyers in. Spring for an extra $25-$50 or so and get a non-defective digital frame. My wife's frame is going back. Merry Christmas, Amazon.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Poor viewing quality Jan. 5 2011
By Long Beach Larry - Published on Amazon.com
I recently recieved this as a gift and was thoroughly disappointed. First, it is a big frame but a lot of that area is not the screen. So if you're putting this on your desk leave room. But the main problem is the screen and its viewing angle. Unless you are looking directly the screen, the colors distort and the dark high contrast areas wash out to a grayish making your pictures look nothing like they are supposed to look like. There is a matte finish to the screen which is intended to prevent reflections but actually causes its own problems. I used to think that digitial picture frames were just like the screen on a laptop but this one obviously is vastly inferior.

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