|Item Weight||7.94 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.3 x 16.9 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||SLV-D380P|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
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Sony SLV-D380P Progressive Scan DVD/VCR Combo Player
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- Progressive Output (480p) for DVD Player
- Multi Brand TV Remote Control
- CD, MP3, and JPEG Playback
- 4-Head Hi-Fi Stereo
- Flash Rewind: Rewind a T-120 tape in around 120 seconds
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|Item Dimensions||16.9 x 11.3 x 3.4 in||10 x 12.6 x 1.26 in||17.13 x 9.17 x 3.7 in||17.2 x 9.2 x 3.8 in||16.9 x 13.1 x 3.25 in|
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Sony's SLV-D380P simplifies your home theater by combining a VCR and DVD player, all in one component! Now you can enjoy your VHS tapes and DVD library using the same player. It's a full featured VCR allowing you to record your favorite shows, while watching a DVD. Auto clock and Audio/video Input recording makes archiving your favorite TV shows easy. Pop-in the VHS tape,turn on source component, press record, and voila! The front A/V inputs add convenience when you simply want to quickly view those newly recorded videos from your camcorder. The DVD player portion of the component plays standard DVDs, CDs, and MP3s. It has all the bells and whistles of a Sony DVD player like progressive output (480p), Precision Drive 3, Fast/Slow Playback with Sound and other features to ensure you only get the best audio and video quality. This combo DVD/VCR player is a must have for every home!
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Features - exactly what is advertised and expected. No frills.
Picture Quality - Haven't used it on a discriminating system but it looks ok to me.
Sound Quality - Haven't used it on a discriminating system but it sounds ok to me.
I use my machines as basic players. Seems like I remember the manual on this one being a little vague.
One thing I like is that the remote control uses a switch rather than logic buttoms so you know from across the room whether you are trying to control a vcr or dvd. I will probably buy another one.
Bottom line is I think I'll buy another one.
Sadly, for me, there has been a major change in these type of units. They no longer have a built-in tuner for cable users, which I needed. So, I had to return the unit. It was strictly a no-fault situation and I would recommend to anyone this product as I think Sony is one of the best on the market.
This is what you do: Attach it to any AV input directly to your TV, and use it only as a player. There is no coaxial connection, so you have to have an unused AV input. If you have a malfunctioning VCR, don't throw it away. Piggyback this Sony into the front or rear AV inputs, and use this Sony's recording capacity and the old VCR's tuner. Eventually, I will go all DVD, but I need to wait for the prices to come down, and for my other units to die a natural death.
It took awhile for me to figure all this out. I hope it helps others make an appropriate and helpful purchase. I am contemplating buying another one while I can, and reserve it for later in this time of expensive electronic change.