|Item Weight||2.09 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 10.6 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||DVP-SR320|
Sony, DVP-SR320 Ultra-Compact Multi Format DVD Player with USB Supports MP3 and JPEG files, Remote Included
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- This ultra-compact dvd player plays PAL or NTSC dvds on any TV. (Needs a US power adapter if using in the US.)
- This DVD player features essential playback functions and supports MP3 and JPEG files copied on a DVD disc.
- Convenient Multi-Disc Resume function and Multi-Brand TV remote controller support.
- USB Content Playback. Multi Disc and Format Playback. Fast and Slow Playback with Sound JPEG Playback with MP3 BGM. Multi Disc Resume
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This Sony DVP-SR320 All Multi Region Zone Code Free DVD Player comes with many great features such as: Region Code Free 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 NTSC connect to any TV, 110-220 Volt Worldwide Use, Play CD, (S)VCD, DVD, DVD+- R/RW, DivX, MP3, WMA, JPEG, DivX Ultra, DivX, SVCD, USB input capability, This item comes with ACUPWR (TM) Plug Kit (Value: $44.96 ) /
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I forgot to mention that the plug does need a converter. This is the style needed: Europe to USA Plug Adapter (convert two round prongs to two flat prongs)
And it's much cheaper on Amazon than Radioshack or some other electronic stores.
So I'm posting this with the info as the title. I really think the seller ought to provide more specs on this unit, so you can know *before* you order it.
All it has in the way of video output is the old fashioned kind, and an optical kind that I don't even know if my TV supports. It does come with a cable, but it's too short for my location, so I will have to purchase a longer one.
I'm thrilled that I can now play discs from pretty much anywhere, but I'm annoyed that I did not have sufficient info about this unit before I bought it - I might have spent more and gotten HDMI output, had I known.
Edited to add that I ordered this SAMSUNG UP-CONVERT DVD PLAYER - REGION FREE DVD PLAYER, CODE FREE DVD PLAYER, ALL REGION DVD PLAYER, REGION 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 to replace it when we got a new TV that has only one composite video input. (The old TV, the last of the tube TVs, finally bit the dust - can you imagine a 32-inch tube TV???!!!! HEAVY!)
The new DVD player is a bit bigger, but is also region free and has HDMI output. As others have noted, you might like this one better if you intend to stick it in your suitcase. It's quite small as DVD players go. But is does have only that composite video output.
(almost) 1 YEAR LATER - UPDATE: I have come to really hate this player and reduced the rating from 4 star to 1. I have many DVD's from all over the world and enjoy each of them randomly. However, this machine being stuck in español is irritating. I don't mind the simple start, stop, play, etc. prompts in Spanish (I can manage that), but there are a some of the DVD's that are in multi-language formats. When this is the case, this player will default the entire movie in Spanish and there is NO WAY TO CHANGE IT...I have tried and tried. Extremely irritating! JUNK as far as I'm concerned. PS...When I purchased this, it was $39.
4 DAYS LATER (from the update above)- Not sure if I jinxed myself or what! BUT the DVD player has officially crapped out. Cannot play any movies at all, it just spins the DVD really loud and takes 15 minutes after eject prompt before actually ejecting. EXTREMELY disappointed as I've also had a high regard for Sony's products, but they have officially lost me as a customer. This was less than a year old (Last Xmas, I bought it and it is Dec. 6th today).