|Item Weight||2.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 10 x 1.3 inches|
|Item model number||DVPSR510H|
|Specification Met||energy_star, certified frustration-free|
|Special Features||CD Player, HD Compatible, Video playback|
|Frequency Response Curve||60 Hz|
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- Ultra Slim, New Mid Size Design, HDMI Output, 1080P Upscaling, JPEG, MP3 Playback, Multi Disc resume, Multi-band TV Remote, Energy Star
- 1-Year Parts & 90-Day Labor Warranty
- Region: DVD: 1
- Video: DVD, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW; Audio: CD, CD-R, CD-RW; File Formats Supported: JPEG, MPEG1.
- NOTE: This is not a Blu-ray player.
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I am attaching a collage of three photos that I will be referencing in this review.
Photo #1 shows everything that came in the package: the DVD player, instructions, 3-RCA component video coax cable, remote and batteries. NOTE: HDMI cable is NOT included.
I placed the unit next to the rulers so you can see the dimensions of the unit: 10.5 inches long x 8 inches wide x 1.5 inch high. The power cord is 58 inches long.
The top of the DVD player is flat, so I was able to stack other things on top of it. The unit has no display, other than a green light next to the power button which tells you when the unit is on.
Photo #2 shows the DVD on a digital scale. It is very light weighing in at 2 pound and 1.4 oz
Photo #3 shows the back panel and the HDMI cable (not included). HDMI (High definition Multimedia Interface) delivers audio and high def video over the same cable. When you use HDMI cable you don't need to use the RCA cables that came with the DVD. I am showing the shape of the HDMI connector in case someone will find it helpful as it needs to be purchased separately. Amazon sells them at a really good price DVI Gear HDMI Cable 2M 6 feet.
HDMI cable is not required. I prefer it. Why? DVD will do upscaling with either cable but the quality of the output is likely to be better with HDMI. Using HDMI the signal remains digital. Using RCA the video has to go from Digital (source) to analog (signal) to digital (display).Read more ›
So far I will do this under pros and cons.
1.)Great upscaling picture quality.
2.)Easy set up
3.)Hdmi capable (less wires yay)
1.)Does not display dvd time on front of dvd player (but you can go into menus for this)
2.)The dvd tray is very flimsy. so if you watch alot of dvds im not sure the lifetime on this.
3.)This is typical but remote only links to certain tv brands (most of them) mine was not on list (Insignia)
4.) The power cord is short about 3 and half foot. (so if you have a media center you need the power outlet almost right behind it)
Would I buy this again for 44 bucks? Time will tell but at the moment Yes. Im not too concerned about the negatives of this player but if your looking for a more sturdy upgraded dvd player this is not for you. but if you want a cheap dvd player with great quality this is it.
Sent unit to Sony so they could repair it or replace it because it failed under warranty.
Sony calls: they want me to pay $30 labor so they can send me a refurbished unit!
Sony: Please fax us your receipt.
Me: I included it in the box.
Sony: We didn't find it.
Me: faxed receipt to Sony.
Received unit from Sony. But it doesn't work. So I called Customer Service again.
Sony: Yes the unit was returned unrepaired. We did receive your faxed receipt. But we returned the unit anyway. But if you send it to us again, we'll send you a refurbished unit...
I was hoping that the state of the technology had increased enough to make this common component inexpensive to produce. Well, it is cheap. And it shows.
After four months of very light use, the player stopped reading DVDs. Of course the labor warranty ran out after three months.
So I visited Sony's support site. I entered my info and was pleased to see that this unit is covered under an exchange program. Great, I thought. The company found that this model is defective and will give me a new one.
Well, they will give me a refurbished model if I pay to ship it to them and send them a check for $33 to cover the labor to repair the unit.
No thanks. I will just recycle this one and hope to find a more reliable one elsewhere.
One more point. If you have hooked your TV to your Stereo and your Standard TV turns on, but the sound is low, turn the Speakers on or off (then off if you use your stereo), then change Audio Out from Variable to Fixed.
All of this took 2 days to figure out. Sony has an article on this audio problem, but does not reflect this above solution.
So what do I think of the DVD Player? It looks great, very small. No LED to show time/chapter or even loading. All the controls are via the remote and on the TV. Use the Time/Text button to see all time and chapters. When I buy an HD TV, then the upscale 1080p will be a real plus. And it is $10 cheap than the Phillips DVD I bought before. So I think this a great buy at the price, Just be aware that if you hook it up to a standard TV, you may need the solutions listed above.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It does what I wanted it to do...plays DVD's! Nothing special. It's a bit slow coming on, ejecting the disc, etc, but it works well.Published 12 hours ago by Carissa Haston
We can finally watch DVDs! At first I was debating if I should purchase a Blu Ray DVD player but to be honest I've only appreciated Blu Ray when watching Planet Earth. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Dave
This Sony DVD Player is really great. It is so easy to hook up, for someone like me who is not great with this sort of thing! Read morePublished 10 days ago by Lily & Mary's GaGa