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Sony DVPSR210P DVD Player (Progressive Scan)

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  • Progressive Output (480p)
  • Fast/Slow Playback with Sound
  • Multi Brand TV Remote Control
  • CD, MP3 and JPEG Playback
  • DVD/DVD-RW/DVD-R/DVD+RW/DVD+R/DVD+R DL/-R DLPlayback
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Technical Details
Brand NameSony
Item Weight2.6 pounds
Product Dimensions12.6 x 10 x 1.3 inches
Item model numberDVPSR210P
Color NameBlack
Specification Metenergy_star
Special FeaturesCD Player, Child Lock, HD Compatible
Frequency Response Curve60
  
Additional Information
ASINB007F9XHBI
Best Sellers Rank #75 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 11, 2012
  
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Technical Details

  • CD Player
  • Child Lock
  • HD Compatible

Product Description

Ultra Slim, New Mid size Design, Progressive Scan, JPEG, MP3 Playback, Multi Disc Resume, Multi Brand TV remote, Energy Star.Connection: 1 x Component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - Rear, 1 x Composite video output ( RCA phono ) - Rear, 1 x Digital audio output (coaxial) ( RCA phono ) – Rear.what's in the box: Sony DVP-SR210P Progressive Scan DVD Player, A/V Cable, 2 x AA Batteries, Remote Control (RMT-D197A), 1-Year Parts & 90-Day Labor Warranty.

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Customer Reviews

Have had this for a month now and it works great.
w/ToddlerinManhattan
The buttons on the actual machine each takes a few pushes to make it work (turning on and ejecting the disc).
JDep
It's not a good buy,spend more money to get a better one.
Ruth Kocurek

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

426 of 439 people found the following review helpful By Sharon on June 13, 2012
I was shopping for a simple inexpensive DVD player to replace a magnavox model that died, and selected this one. It works perfectly and was easy to set up/connect. I use it to play dvds that I've purchased (movies and tv shows) and couldn't be more pleased. The only thing that surprised me was discovering how cheap the color-coded plastic or rubber things on the ends of the connection cord were. When I was hooking it up those plastic things came off the end and slid down the cord. So, I tossed them in a box and used my old connection cords from the dead dvd player. After using this dvd player for 6 to 12 hours per day for 2 months, I'm ordering another one tonight for a secondary TV.
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324 of 334 people found the following review helpful By ASP VINE VOICE on July 25, 2012
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This review is for the SONY DVP-SR210P DVD Player.

I have not had any problems with this DVD player. It is a basic, entry-level CD/DVD player. Priced in the $30-$40 range, it does what it needs to, play DVD, DVD-R, CD, and CD-R. I did not test DVD+R. The player also has parental control which lets you lock out DVDs with specific ratings (G, PG, R, NC-17) from being played. I'll update as necessary.

Included: A/V Cables (Red-White-Yellow), Remote Control with 2 SONY AA Batteries, Manual.

SIZE & CONNECTIONS: This DVD player is very lightweight. It measures 10.5"W x 8"D x 1.5"H. The power cable is 56" long (4" short of 5 ft). Connections on the back are: Component Video (Green-Red-Blue) or Standard Video (Yellow), and Standard Audio (Red-White). There is an Orange Digital Out Coaxial port. There is NO HDMI on this model. You need to get the 510 model if you want HDMI.

When powering up, it takes 3 second to turn on, press the Eject button on the remote, and it takes another 3 seconds for the tray to eject. When ejecting, the front door pushes down as the tray slides out. The tray feels a little flimsy and is just barely recessed for the DVD. The remote feels comfortable in my hands, but it's not illuminated so seeing in the dark is difficult. The batteries are genuine SONY batteries but feel lighter than other AA batteries. The remote can be used for a SONY TV as well.

DVD Options: By pressing Display on the remote twice, the following options become available: Zoom (zooms in on picture), Camera Angles (if DVD has multiple angles), Custom Picture Mode(Standard, Dynamic, Cinema) commonly found as a TV option, and also Sharpness Option. The Custom Picture and Sharpness option make a minor adjustment to the picture colors and sharpness.
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142 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Artsy on November 28, 2012
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I paid $35 for this DVD player back in June, 2012 which I thought was a pretty good deal. Now I see it is under $30 so my advice is to buy it while it is hot! My old Sony player was about ten years old and every other rental DVD I received skipped around so badly I couldn't enjoy a movie. As I wasn't sure if I wanted all the bells and whistles right now (Blu Ray or wireless to stream movies, etc) I went for cheap. So I was expecting a basic machine and that is what I got. So my five star rating is based on the price and that it plays DVDs, which is all I need. If you are looking for a player that walks the dogs and does the dishes, or to impress your techie friends, this item is not for you! My main complaint (at first) was there is no digital time display. I was used to seeing how far along the movie was by looking at the face of the player. But now I just press the "Display" button on the remote and it tells me how many minutes I am in to the DVD. This is important when I am playing my aerobics DVDs. So I am used to it. The nicest feature is that I can take a DVD out of the machine before it has ended, put in another DVD and play it, then when I want to finish watching the previous one it starts out at that same point. If you don't want it to do that all you have to do is go to the menu and start over again. Maybe all players do that now but my old one didn't. This unit is half the size of my previous one and space is always a consideration for me. So all in all I am very happy with the purchase.
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135 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Eugene Tenenbaum VINE VOICE on July 26, 2012
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The Sony DVPSR210P is a good DVD player, which misses a few buttons, does not impress with the menus, and slowly turns on/closes/loads, though it surpasses the competitors especially in the fast/slow forward/backward capability. The RMT-D197A remote control has the buttons well spaced out considering normal finger thickness of the average men in USA or Europe. Though small, the 8-digit display shows the time (hr:min:sec) of already seen or remaining part of the title or the chapter. Unfortunately, those times cannot be permanently displayed alone on the screen in a corner, but only for a moment or as a part of the big menu covering almost entire screen.

The remote control is ergonomic, but its direct functions fell short of those of the Toshiba SD7300. It lacks a button for zooming, which is available only through the second step screen menu. The two tier menu is far inferior to those by Toshiba. However, it automatically (without any input from the user) remembers the place of ending watching not only on the disk after pausing/stopping, but on the last 6 disks removed as well. Also, the motor stops after pausing and does not wear out by rotating nonstop, as in the cheap Toshiba SD4300, which additionally does not remember the place of watching 20 minutes after the disk was stopped.
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