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Sony DVP-SR200PB DVD Player Review

December 29th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Key Features

– Inexpensive, DVD Player with decent quality
– Component and Composite Video output
– Coaxial and RCA Audio output
– No HDMI output

Connectivity options in Sony DVP-SR200PB include component video, composite video, rca and coaxial audio

Sony DVP-SR200PB DVD Player with Progressive Scan is the latest DVD player in the market for just $39 at the time of writing. This DVD player is from the Japanese multinational Sony who is into consumer electronics product manufacturing and a global leader cum innovator in the same. This DVD player has the progressive scanning technology for scanning opposed to the interlaced scanning technology, there is also component and composite video output ports present in this DVD player. This player supports all variants of the DVD disc such as DVD RW, DVD +R, DVD +RW and DCD R. There is a 12 bit Video Digital to Analog converter which provides 96 Kilo hertz, 24 bit digital output. There is also fast and slow playback features available in the DVD player, there resume feature also supported in this DVD player but this can support resume on multiple discs and the maximum number of discs where the resume feature is supported is 6. This player is also compatible with decoding of Dolby digital audio format. There is an Audio Digital to Analog converter which operates at 192 Kilo Hertz and the processor is a 16 bit processor which provides 96 kilo hertz audio signal which is 24 bit digital audio output.

Sony DVP-SR200PB DVD Player with Progressive Scan also has a coaxial digital audio output port, which is basically for connecting the DVD player to the audio home theater system. There are other features like TV Virtual sound, Video Equalisation and Instand replay. This player also has MP3 playback capabilities and JPEG playback capabilities. TV Screen saver feature is also supported in this DVD player. Dolby digital audio output is supported in this DVD player. This player comes with one year limited warranty from the manufacturer. The AV cable is supplied with the DVD player. This gives the user the full feel of movie viewing experience, this however lacks HDMI output port since it does not have a HD output. This is enhanced SD displaying DVD player and this fails to meet the ouput delivered by the HD DVD player or a blu ray player. This though is a cost effective solution for the user, with a big screen television and home theater audio system this player makes a combination which can simulate the theater effect in the living room. There is no Ethernet connectivity available to the user and also there is no wireless connectivity either. This fails to support DLNA standards also, thus there is no possible connectivity that is provided by this DVD player and also this does not have Internet features. This design of Sony DVP-SR200PB is eye catchy and there is a perfect blend of the design and performance that makes this DVD player formidable.

Customer Feedbacks

Sony DVP-SR200PB has generally earned appreciation from its users, including about the durability of the product. Its simple buttons and remote has impressed customers. Peopl do know that it does not has HDMI, which has become almost a de facto standard, if you want to see picture or video on LCD TV with high resolution.

Based upon the customer feedback, we give it a rating of 8.2 out of 10. This is still nice for a DVD player which tends to break over time as they have moving mechanical parts.

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