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Sony DVP-SR200P

$32.00 to $48.00



If your television or home theater projector is equipped with a component video input, you can take full advantage of the super-crisp 12-Bit component video output and Precision Drive 3 System to enjoy images that look as good as they did on the big screen.

Manufacturer:Sony Product MPNKey FeaturesVideoAudioConnectionsConvenienceDimensionsWarrantyMiscellaneous
MPNDVP-SR200P/B
DVD Type   DVD Player
Progressive Scan   With Progressive Scan
Playable Disk TypesDVD Video • VCD • SVCD • DVD-RW • DVD+RW • CD (Audio) • CD-RW • DVD-R DL • DVD+R DL
Playable File FormatsMP3 • JPEG
Number of Discs   1
Video Output SystemNTSC
Video DAC   12 bit / 108 MHz
Picture ControlZoom
Surround Sound   Built-In Dolby Digital Decoder • Dolby Digital (Digital out only)
Audio DAC   16 bit / 192 kHz
OutputsComposite x 1, Component x 1, Analog Audio x 1, Digital Audio Coaxial x 1
Front PanelComposite Video Output
Remote Control   Multibrand
OSDYes
Depth8.23 in.
Height1.26 in.
Width12.6 in.
Weight2.65 lb.
Warranty90 Days
UPC027242752665


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