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Goodmans GDVD 67

“Bought it about 2 to 3 years ago. Hardly used it,...”

Written on: 05/03/2008 by beezageoff (3 reviews written)

Bought it about 2 to 3 years ago. Hardly used it, maybe 6 times. It has now decided to stop working. Every time I put a disc in, it comes up no disc or wrong disc, even with the discs I've used before. Tried cleaning the lasers but to no avail. Not impressed. The Goodmans GDVD 67 is the second Goodmans item that has gone west. The first was a CD player… Read Full Review

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Suzikoo's Response to beezageoff's Review

Written on: 16/09/2013

I have the same problem with my Goodmans DVD portable player! When we put the Disc in, it comes up with Wrong Disc and it is making a loud noise! Can anyone help! please.

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Goodmans GDVD 67

“After about 1 month the my Goodmans GDVD dvd movie...”

Written on: 24/11/2007 by Gale Winds (1 review written)

After about 1 month the my Goodmans GDVD dvd movie would just stop in mid frame and then start up again about 2 minutes later. Then it started to not start up and I had to shut it down and start the movie over. Then it started to not load and says to check DVD. Then it work again for about one week. Now I can't get any DVD to load. Any suggestions?… Read Full Review

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Goodmans GDVD 67

“The Goodman GDVD 67is now at £85 in Tesco, its...”

Written on: 15/11/2005 by davidrholmes (1 review written)

The Goodman GDVD 67is now at £85 in Tesco, its excellent value. Plays DVD home recorded formats, I've tried both DVD-R & DVD-RW so far. Data backups of my PC files (NERO) containing both Photo's and music files replayed OK.
CD-RW playback, same as DVDs
Comes with cables for TV including COAX for older sets.
Screen colour and brightness adjustable enough for normal viewing… Read Full Review

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Goodmans GDVD 67

“At £99 I thought the Goodmans GDVD 67 would be worth a...”

Written on: 13/06/2005 by andyfoz (1 review written)

At £99 I thought the Goodmans GDVD 67 would be worth a go, I've now tried all my copies even a dual layer copy and it played it fine. Tried with MP3, JPG, VCD and Audio CD and handled fine.

Fairly light, and a lot lighter than my slimline laptop that I used to use when working away.

Would recommend at this price… Read Full Review

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Goodmans GDVD 67

“The Goodmans GDVD 67 is half the price of most other...”

Written on: 16/08/2003 by geclinke (14 reviews written)

The Goodmans GDVD 67 is half the price of most other portable DVD players with 7" lcd screens.
The player itself feels quite cheap, it's made out of plastic and the build quality isn't great, it feels like a really cheap laptop - I guess this is to be expected at the price.
The playback is good, the sound seems good from both headphones and the built in speakers.
The screen only has adjustments for brightness and colour, a contrast adjustment would be very useful as the picture tends to look… Read Full Review

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Spod2000's Response to geclinke's Review

Written on: 04/10/2003

have you got the hack for this machine

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Khuyoun's Response to geclinke's Review

Written on: 23/04/2006

my goodmans gdvd 67 does not load any dvds. it loads and then says either "wrong disc or No disc inserted", i tried all i could but anything i put in won't load up. anyone got any suggestions?

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Merv1938's Response to geclinke's Review

Written on: 10/06/2005

The GDVD67LCD does not seem to play my home made DVDs created on my computer from my digital video camera. Sometimes I can get it to show the menu page of these DVDs and sometimes the first title or two but little else. Mostly the DVD will not load. Nor does it play DVD films downloaded from TV via my DVD Recorder/Player.It does play "commercial" videos OK.
<br>Any ideas anyone?

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Geclinke's Response to geclinke's Review

Written on: 26/03/2004

I'm pretty sure it was this, if you still want the hack;
<br>To convert this player to Multi-Region
<br>1. Press the Setup button on your remote control
<br>2. Press the Next button on your remote control
<br>NB: If steps 2 thru 5 have no effect, you may need to press the equivalent buttons on the player itself
<br>3. Press the Previous button on your remote control
<br>4. Press the Next button on your remote control
<br>5. Press the Previous button on your remote control
<br>6. A code should appear on the onscreen display
<br>7. Using the Left and Right direction buttons on your remote control, change the code to VER 1 for region 1 playback, VER 2 for region 2, and so on, or VER 255 for multi-region playback
<br>NB: You may need to use the up and down buttons to select the region option before you change it
<br>8. Press the Down key once and change the code to VER 3001 to enable parental controls, or VER 3000 to disable these controls
<br>NB: You may need to use the up and down buttons to select the parental controls option before you change it
<br>9. Press the Down key once more and change the code to VER 4001 to enable Macrovision, or VER 4000 to disable this feature
<br>NB: You may need to use the up and down buttons to select the Macrovision option before you change it
<br>10. Press the Down key once again and change the code to VER 5001 to disable VCD/SVCD playback, or VER 5000 to enable this feature
<br>NB: You may need to use the up and down buttons to select the VCD/SVCD playback option before you change it
<br>11. Press the Setup button on your remote control
<br>12. Press the Setup button on your remote control

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