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Sony 1080p Full HD Upscaling Multi-format DVD CD Player w/ HDMI Out | DVP-SR510 For Sale


Sony 1080p Full HD Upscaling Multi-format DVD CD Player w/ HDMI Out | DVP-SR510

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Sony 1080p Full HD Upscaling Multi-format DVD CD Player w/ HDMI Out | DVP-SR510:
$43.00

Sony 1080p Full HD Upscaling Multi-format DVD CD Player w/ HDMI Out Product Details
  • Upscaling DVD Player Via HDMI
  • Multi-Brand TV Remote Control
  • Multiple Format Disc Playback
  • Precision Cinema Progressive Technology
  • PhotoTV HD
  • Multiple-Disc Resume
  • Dolby Digital and DTS Digital Output
  • Fast/Slow Playback With Sound
  • Child-Resistant Tray Lock
  • Energy Star Compliant

Upscaling DVD Player Via HDMI Connection
Upscaling DVD Player (via HDMI cable sold separately) makes your existing DVDs look better on your HDTV by improving their picture quality to near high definition

Multi-Brand TV Remote Control
Switching back and forth between remote controls while watching television or a movie is a hassle. The remote control included with the DVP-SR510H allows you to operate most major brands of television, too

Multiple Format Disc Playback
View movies and photos and listen to music using this DVD player with multiple format playback. The DVP-SR510H supports DVD/DVD-RW/DVD-R/DVD+RW/DVD+R DL and CD-R/CD-RW discs plays WMA, AAC, LPCM, MPEG1 (like Sony Cyber-shot movies), and JPEG files

Precision Cinema Progressive Technology
Many other DVD players detect image changes at the scan line level; the Sony Precision Cinema Progressive system, however, detects image changes at the pixel level. The picture is more faithful to the source—whether film or video—because special algorithms handle the differing pixel behavior. The technology also employs separate algorithms to process the moving and still parts of an image, resulting in sharp backgrounds with moving objects that are virtually free from artifacts

Photo TV HD
Enjoy highly detailed, full HD 1920 x 1080p images with the PhotoTV HD mode. PhotoTV HS works with select Sony camera and this DVD player and an HDMI output to fine-tune sharpness, gradation and color. This allows it to display images closer to the look of printed photos

Dolby Digital and DTS Coaxial Digital Output
The DVP-SR510H includes support for enhanced audio formats from Dolby and DTS and provides connectivity to some older receivers and televisions allowing the player to work with more audio systems. It also includes an analog audio two-channel output

Fast/Slow Playback With Sound
Fast and slow playback with sound lets you advance through scenes quickly without missing the dialog

Child-Resistant Tray Lock
A child lock feature helps to prevent your kids from accessing the DVD player's tray

Your SR510H is Energy Star Compliant
Many home audio and video devices can use significant power, even when turned off and in standby mode. The DVP-SR510H, however, was built for energy efficiency and uses just six watts of power

What's in the Box?
  • Sony DVP-SR510H DVD Player
  • Remote Control (RMT-D197A)
  • 2 x AA Batteries
  • A/V Cable
  • Reference Guide
Product Features Region DVD: 1 Progressive Scan Yes HD Upconversion Yes Video Playback Formats DVD, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW AudioPlayback Formats CD, CD-R, CD-RW File Formats Supported JPEG, MPEG1 Slow Motion Playback Yes Ports & Connectors 1x 2-Channel Audio (RCA)
1x Composite Video
1x HDMI Audio/Video
1x Digital Coaxial Audio Remote Yes
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