Originally Posted by mediahound
The kit is already on the way back so I don't have it to take pics of unfortunately.
I can tell you it felt extremely cheap hollow and light (just like the Darbee itself). When I grabbed it to unplug it, the top part separated from the base where it was still plugged in.
Frankly, I have the impression that Darbee tried to get the absolute cheapest components possible for this Darblet device, regardless of quality.
Truthfully, I'm glad it's made out of cheap parts. When you put it in an expensive rig, they call it a Fidelio and charge you $2000 for it.
I use my Harmony One instead of the crap remote, and the Darblet stays underneath the TV. Doesn't have to move again.
Its performance is fantastic for material that it's meant for. It's not meant for DVD's, probably.
By the way, what kinds of settings were you trying? Hopefully not Full Pop at 110.
Sorry that it didn't work out.