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Onkyo DV-CP706B 6-Disc DVD Player (Black)

by Onkyo
72 customer reviews
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  • HDMI out with 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p output
  • Chain Mode for Successive Disc Playback
  • Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC)
  • Optical and Coaxial Digital Out
  • Slow Motion DVD Playback (1/2, 1/4, 1/8 speed)
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Technical Details

Color: Black
  • Brand Name: Onkyo
  • Model Number: DVCP706
  • Color: Black
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year parts and labor

Product Description

Color: Black

Taking the checklist to the DV-CP706 is a simple way to reveal its all-around home theater appeal. You can begin by noting its capability to store, change, and play up to six video and audio discs (including MP3- and WMA-encoded discs). Then, add another check mark for being the first Onkyo six-disc changer to be able to upscale standard DVDs all the way to high-definition 1080p resolution. And should you connect this player to an A/V receiver with highly advanced scaling capabilities, you can also choose to output the video at a native resolution of 480i. With Onkyo's RIHD (Remote Interactive over HDMI) function, the DV-CP706 will seamlessly integrate with any of our compatible A/V receivers. it also employs Onkyo's VLSC circuitry for noise-free digital-to-analog audio singal processing, along with user-friendly control functions such as Disc Navigator. Add to that an impressively robust build - with an isolated circuitry layout to minimize digital noise, a solid fascia, and an ultra-quiet loading mechanism - and you have a six-disc changer that will provide years of move and music entertainment perfectly tailored to your needs.

Product Information

Color: Black
Technical Details
Brand NameOnkyo
Item Weight11.7 pounds
Product Dimensions16.9 x 17.1 x 3.6 inches
Item model numberDVCP706
Color NameBlack
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #86,132 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17.2 pounds
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableAugust 1, 2008
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56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By J. Jack on October 22, 2009
Color: Black Verified Purchase
As previously posted, this unit will NOT play rental (or even mildly scratched) DVDs. Which is a problem because a number of our DVDs are kids movies and they get scratched with repeadted use. All the problematic DVDs play perfectly fine on a cheapo ($20) DVD player but this "high-end" unit is too much of a prima donna for these DVDs.
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January 2010 UPDATE:
Took the unit to an authorized repair shop and they honored the warranty (I originally purchased it from Amazon). After the repair, the unit is AMAZING! No problems whatsoever and the sound and picture quality is far superior to cheapo DVD players! Repair center said some parts with laser, etc. tend to come loose with shipping and handling from online retailers. Took them a week to get the required parts and repair... all for free and worth the wait! If you're having problems with this unit definitely try taking it to an authorized repair shop! Would give it 5 stars if it came this way out of the box!
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By J. Moore on January 31, 2009
Color: Black Verified Purchase
We've had this product just a few weeks, but are quite pleased with it. The only snag was when we hooked it up to both our receiver (with RCA analog jacks)and our new HDTV (with an HDMI cable)so that we could play our CD's through our receiver and our DVD's through the television. The problem was in hooking up the TV. We received a picture but no sound. Talking to our tv technician was of no help. We figured the problem out through trial and error, namely that the Onkyo's menu had a variety of sound options, to include some that we had no idea what they were for. One option, I believe it was the "PCM" option, did the trick when we turned it on. Apparently this option lowers the kHz frequency of the output so that it is compatible with the television (whatever all that means). Once I clicked that option on, the sound came through the TV. These instruction booklets all assume that consumers understand these technical terms, so you have to be something of a detective to finally figure it all out. Now everything (finally) works.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Sottelbaum on July 6, 2009
Color: Black Verified Purchase
Purchased for parents who are not tech-savvy (was somewhat of a worry with setting this up), and are huge movie fans. (They like movies so much, they even sleep to them...) I wanted to make sure the DVD changer supported both their new TV (HD) and their old, CRT tube TV. And this certainly fit the bill.

The setup is very easy. (I was able to help with the setup over the phone in minutes.) However, the ease of setup doesn't mean that it is lacking options; there are plenty of options that are available to tweak the sound, the picture, etc. But for just getting the machine playing DVDs (maybe not optimally, but playing nonetheless), it's simple.

When visiting, I was able to see and hear this player in action. It's mostly silent itself, and had a picture/audio quality that was adequate for how it was hooked up - using the composite cables ("RCA cables" - red and white for audio, yellow for video.) When using an HDMI connection, everything really came to life, stepping into the modern world.

On a side note (in regards to some negative reviews here) - *is* an authorized seller of Onkyo products (the "refurb" version part - Warehouse Deals or whatever, likely is not.) If there's a problem, I can't see how you wouldn't be covered by either Amazon or Onkyo. I had actually purchased this same unit from another online vendor, and the DVD sounded like it was going through a meat grinder when it was playing. Returned it, bought from Amazon and the new one is working great... bottom line: Onkyo is a very quality and reputable brand, but no brand is going to be perfect 100%.

Would definitely purchase again.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Steve E. Kaplan on May 31, 2010
Color: Black
I've had this player for about 2 years and it works well - never experienced a disk that won't play. I only rated 4 stars because it has a few quirks:

1) Every DVD player I have owned - and even my DVD recorder - has the FF & F-rev buttons flanking the play button, but Onkyo put the chapter advance/retard in these spots. I get tired of scanning to find my place after unintentionally hitting one of these.
2) Resume function is VERY iffy. If I switch disks without hitting stop first, it won't remember where it left off, but if I hit stop and then switch, I have to press play or it won't start the new disk. I compare this with my 4-year-old Sony 5-disk changer - which has 6-disk memory - ALWAYS remembers the spot. The Sony - even though it only up-converts to 1080i - gives better picture quality! (this could be because my TV (Mitsu DLP) up-converts everything to 1080P (Plush 1080))

3 advantages over the Sony: Can switch disks in both directions, Sony can only switch forward (from remotes) better zoom/stretch feature. Onkyo has a horizontal stretch, vertical, and both, while Sony just has 2x & 4x. And, Onkyo has a more informative display: position, total time, and time remaining; 2nd press shows progress in current chapter. I guess you could count the 1080p - if your TV doesn't up-convert ;o)

It's a good player. With a few changes - most of which would have been popular with focus groups - it could be great...

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