7 Best Cheap DVD Players (Under $50) [Updated for 2019]
Best DVD Players Under 50

7 Best Cheap DVD Players (Under $50) [Updated for 2019]

Best DVD Players Under 50Want a good quality DVD player but don’t want to pay hundreds of dollars for one?

Most DVD players available nowadays don’t cost much. The best cheap DVD player I found, LG 8X Ultra Slim player, does the job for a very good price.

Here is a list of more budget DVD player suggestions. All the DVD players on this list are less than $50:

7 Best Cheap DVD Players – 2019

LG Electronics 8X USB 2.0 Super Multi Ultra Slim Portable DVD Writer Drive +/-RW External Drive with M-DISC Support (Black) GP65NB60
3589 Reviews
LG Electronics 8X USB 2.0 Super Multi Ultra Slim Portable DVD Writer Drive +/-RW External Drive with M-DISC Support (Black) GP65NB60
I highly recommend this unit as the best cheap DVD player ever.

It’s super slim, as the name suggests, and highly portable. Height is merely 14mm.

It connects via USB 2.0, but is compatible with USB 3.0 ports as well.

Maximum DVDR writing speed is a decent 8x, and for CDs, it’s a whopping 24x.

It works with operating systems up to Windows 8.1 and Mac OSX 10.7.5.

Look for driver updates before you buy if your OS is more recent.

It has M-Disc support and comes pre-installed with Cyberlink software. It’s great for slim laptops without optical drives.

Sony DVPSR510H DVD Player, with HDMI port (Upscaling)
2832 Reviews
Sony DVPSR510H DVD Player, with HDMI port (Upscaling)
If you want the best DVD player under $50 by Sony, this is it.

This upscaling DVD player has superb features, including 1080p, HDMI output, MP3 playback, JPEG viewing, multi disc resume, and multi-disc remote compatibility.

The unit is Energy Star certified as well. It’s in the DVD region 1. It plays a number of DVD file ranges as well.

Overall, this is a solid investment.

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Impecca DVHP9117 Progressive Scan Compact HDMI DVD Player, Upconvert DVDs to 1080p, with LED Display, View Content Via USB Input,
780 Reviews
Impecca DVHP9117 Progressive Scan Compact HDMI DVD Player, Upconvert DVDs to 1080p, with LED Display, View Content Via USB Input,
This DVD player is well worth the price considering it comes with progressive scan, upconverting ability and Full HD 1080p resolution.

It connects via a USB port. The player has an LED readout display as well.

It can connect to PAL, NTSC or Auto systems in TVs. The unit has anti-shock protection so it’s great for homes.

Philips 7' Portable DVD Player PET741B (Certified Refurbished)
160 Reviews
Philips 7" Portable DVD Player PET741B (Certified Refurbished)
This is a compact, foldable DVD player that comes with a screen.

It’s great to watch movies on the go without wasting smartphone battery.

It’s good to give to kids on long drives to keep them quiet.

The LCD screen is 17.8 cm in height and displays video in TFT color and 16:9 wide screen format.

It has built-in stereo speakers.

Quality is standard, but it works well with a good pair of headphones.

The battery is built-in and can last up to 2 hours on a single charge.

Considering its cost, I’d say this is one of the best cheap DVD players around.

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QFX VP109BLK Digital Multi Media Player
77 Reviews
QFX VP109BLK Digital Multi Media Player
This is an inexpensive yet highly functional DVD player suitable for home use.

It has DVD, CD, VCD and number of other playback options.

You can write to discs as well.

Features include progressive scan and multi language support.

Video output includes coaxial.

There’s nothing fancy but it comes with a remote control too, so it’s of great value.

Sony DVP-SR510H DVD Player (Certified Refurbished)
269 Reviews
Sony DVP-SR510H DVD Player (Certified Refurbished)
This is one of the best Sony classic DVD players that I got certified refurbished.

It’s slightly large to be truly portable, but it’s slim, so it’s not too much trouble to move around.

It can upscale video quality to near HD. If you buy an HDMI cable, it will play 1080p video on HDTVs.

The player comes with a remote control compatible with many TV brands.

Disc playback includes multiple formats. It can also read WMA and JPEG files on CDs.

It works like new so this is a great bargain.

External USB DVD/CD
987 Reviews
External USB DVD/CD
This is a very generic type external optical drive.

I didn’t have high expectations, but it still works well years later.

There’s nothing fancy here; plug in and play is all you need to do.

It has an 8x DVD writer and a 24x CD writer. It connects to laptops via a USB port. It’s great for computers, but is not compatible with TVs.

Tips for Buying a Good Budget DVD Player

When searching for a DVD player under $50, keep the tips below in mind:

Decide if you want a DVD player or a Blu-Ray player.

Blu-Ray players offer higher resolutions and can downscale to play DVDs. However, most DVD players cannot upconvert to play Blu-Ray discs.

So, if you want to play Blu-Ray discs, make sure the player you buy can actually read them.

If you want to play VHS tapes as well, you will need to buy a DVD/VCR combo unit. These can be slightly bit more expensive than the products mentioned on the above list.

If you want to play CDs, don’t worry; the DVD players listed above are perfectly capable of playing CDs.

Understand how portable you want the DVD player to be. Most budget ones are small and can be easily carried between computers or from home to car.

Before you buy a DVD player, check the specs of your TV. It will require a port for an HDMI cable to plug in a high-res DVD player.

DVD players can be plugged in via USB, component, composite or S-Video inputs.

Check how the player connects to the TV and double check to see if your TV is compatible with the player you intend to buy.

The more features the player has, the better the bargain will be.

Some features can be considered necessary to modern DVD players, like 1080p resolution and progressive scan.

You can also buy players with upconverting ability, parental lock, USB connectivity, and digital surround sound.

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