Sony DVP-SR210P Progressive Scan DVD Player is a versatile entertainer that comes at an affordable price point. First and foremost, it offers progressive output (480p), so your DVDs will be shown in a single frame and look smoother and clearer than before. This makes it ideal for your HDTV.
The provided remote control makes navigation easy -- it can operate most major brands of TVs so there will be one less remote on your coffee table. If you have MP3 or JPEG files burned to DVDs, you can enjoy these using the DVP-SR210P as well. This player can play a wide variety of CD and DVD formats and supports a bevy of file formats.
More than likely, you may at some point want to switch the movie you're watching and come back to it later. Luckily, this DVD player can remember where in the movie you were when you popped out the last six discs you watched. The DVP-SR210P also does fast (and slow) playback with sound so you can easily find the spot where you were, if you're not playing one of its remembered discs.
With support for Dolby audio formats, you can connect the player to your home theater system and enjoy immersive sound for all your movies. It also has a coaxial digital out for connecting to older A/V receivers or other equipment.
And last but not least, the DVP-SR210P is Energy Star compliant, now it can save you money in the long run. Boasting just a 5-watt power draw, it can save you money on monthly energy bills while saving the environment.
Reviewed by 4 customers
I would buy this player if I were buying it for me. When I bought 2 of them they were for other people and they are happy with their purchase. A++++
The remote does not respond to commands other then On-Off and Eject It is very difficult to re-start a movie from the start after it has once played.
The other reviewer obviously did not realize this is NOT a HD player and the person should have bought a better player. I actually bought it for a CD player but it works just as well as a standard definition DVD player. It does provide setup options for a HD TV but no HDMI. As I said, its a basic DVD player and cheap.
Majority of new television sets have 1080p. However, this DVD/CD player only has a capability of 480p which leaves you with a green tint when you try to play a DVD! Know where on the box does it state that it has 480p. In order to find this information out, you have to Google it!