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Sony, DVP-SR320 Ultra-Compact Multi Format DVD Player with USB Supports MP3 and JPEG files, Remote Included

4.2 out of 5 stars 352 customer reviews
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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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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model Number: DVP-SR320
  • Color: Black
  • Display Height: 38.5 centimeters
  • Item Display Weight: 0.95 grams

Product Description

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 ) /

Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name Sony
Item Weight 2.1 pounds
Product Dimensions 8.3 x 10.6 x 1.5 inches
Item model number DVP-SR320
Color Name Black
Item Display Height 38.5 centimeters

Additional Information

Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 352 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #49,074 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#140 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > DVD Players & Recorders > DVD Players
Shipping Weight 4 pounds
Date First Available May 4, 2012

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By Joseph A. Kijewski on August 7, 2012
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Being tired of watching my favorite British programs hacked to pieces by PBS to fit into arbitrary time frames, and seeing those edits carried to the American DVD versions of such programs as Inspector Lewis, I decided to take the plunge and buy a region free DVD player so that I could buy the DVDs from Amazon UK in their original, uncut form. This tiny unit (it likely will fit into any space where you could put a medium sized hardcover book) was as simple to set up as possible. One set of component outputs plugged into my tv (component cable included), US adapter popped onto the electrical plug (comes wired with a European plug but the US adapter also comes in the box), and the unit was ready to go. I had seen other reviewers complain that the instruction sheet and the default onscreen language is in Spanish -- this is correct, but the remote is labeled in English and it is so easy to navigate to the preferences menu once the unit is plugged in and reset to English that it really is no problem at all (I do not speak or read Spanish, but if you've ever set up a dvd or vcr player with on-screen programming, it will not be a problem). Dropped in a European dvd that I had from my last trip overseas and it played perfectly. All in all, a perfect, inexpensive little solution to those who want to watch non-US dvds. One word of caution, when ordering, a pop up offered an HDMI cable bundled with the dvd player for an additional $1.99. Since I would have preferred to run the signal through HDMI, I ordered the bundle; however, the unit DOES NOT HAVE an HDMI output. Since the cable was so inexpensive and I know I will put it to other use in the future, I am keeping it and not complaining, but please note that there is no need or reason to buy this cable to use with this DVD unit. The DVD player comes with the cable (component video) and everything else you need in the box -- all you need to add is your TV and your non-region 1 dvds. Buy with confidence and enjoy!
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I am so happy with this DVD player. I bought it SPECIFICALLY to watch Kath and Kim Australia. I was scared it wouldn't be all region because the back has a region 4 symbol, but so far I have played american, british, and australian dvds. All work perfectly. I am so happy with this!!!!

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.
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By tbyg on September 29, 2012
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In spite of the fact that you'd think that something with USB input would be fairly up to date, and the fact that Amazon suggested an HDMI cable to be purchased with it, it has no HDMI output. You cannot find this out from the specs - I found it buried in a review, *after* I received the unit and wondered where my HDMI was.

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.
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The SONY DVP-SR320 is a basic DVD player, lacking HDMI and component-video outputs, and there is no front-panel elapsed time readout. But for its low price, it will play discs from all regions, NTSC, PAL or SECAM, allowing them to be viewed on an NTSC display. The two hardware special features are a coaxial digital-audio output and a USB port.

This is an "international" player, designed to operate on 110 to 240V, so the power cord uses the round-pin "Europlug" rated for that range; the "normal" one used in the U.S. (NEMA 1) is only rated to 125V. An adapter is supplied, which I found stuffed in the side of the box with the batteries for the remote. If missing, adapters are not hard to find, though the Enercell 273-262 available at Radio Shack is expensive, if well-made. No voltage change is needed. The instruction pamphlet is in Spanish, also the language to which the on-screen display is set. The player is marked for Region 4, but is set up to play all regions, and with NTSC-only output it was doubtless designed for the South American market. The remote is labelled in English. The on-screen language is reset though the first menu brought up using the "DISPLAY" button on the remote, with the player in "STOP" mode. The number of cryptic icons depends on whether or not a disc is loaded, but the one of interest looks like a small case with a handle, usually the last one in the list, which is "SETUP" ("AJUSTE") and the default selection "QUICK" ("RÁPIDO") starts with language, the choices being Spanish, Portuguese, English and French. Hitting "DISPLAY" again will get out of SETUP, so the player can actually be put to use.

The instructions are brief, and as noted in Spanish, and seem to be mostly concerned with the details of the SETUP options.
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