Sony DVP-SR210P Progressive Scan DVD Player

Sony DVP-SR210P Progressive Scan DVD Player
Key Features
  • Progressive Output (480p)
  • Fast/Slow Playback with Sound
  • Multi-Brand TV Remote Control
  • CD, MP3 & JPEG Playback
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The black 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.
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Sony DVP-SR210P Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Progressive Output (480p)
  • 3Fast/Slow Playback With Sound
  • 4Multi-Brand TV Remote Control
  • 5CD, MP3 & JPEG Playback
  • 6DVD Playback
  • 7Exceptional Imaging & Sound
  • 8Dolby Digital Output
  • 9Multi-Disc Resume (6 Disc)
  • 10Home Theater Friendly
  • 11Compact Design
  • 12Energy Star Compliant

The black 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, so in addition to being affordable 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.

Progressive Output (480p)

Your favorite DVDs can be enjoyed in single frame content, which provides a crisp and clear picture. This is ideal for watching on an HDTV.

Fast/Slow Playback With Sound

Fast and slow playback with sound lets you advance through scenes quickly without missing a word.

Multi-Brand TV Remote Control

Control most major brand televisions with the provided remote. That means you can free up some space on your coffee table.

CD, MP3 & JPEG Playback

Multi-format playback allows you to share your favorite movies, photos and music on your TV.

DVD Playback

This DVD player supports DVD/DVD-RW/DVD-R/DVD+RW/DVD+R/DVD+R DL/-R DL and CD-R/CD-RW discs plays WMA, AAC, LPCM, MPEG-1 (for movies like those shot with Cyber-Shot) and JPEG files.

Exceptional Imaging & Sound

This DVD player has a 12-bit video DAC with 108 MHz processing for accurate and clear picture, and a 96 kHz/24-bit digital audio output for crisp, clear sound.

Dolby Digital Output

Includes support for enhanced audio formats from Dolby.

Multi-Disc Resume (6 Disc)

Multiple-disc resume lets you power on the player and return to the last scene your were watching on up to six of your most recently watched discs without having to search around for the last scene watched.

Home Theater Friendly

Connect with legacy receivers, televisions, and audio systems using the coaxial digital audio output.

Compact Design

The compact size of the DVP-SR210P makes it well-suited for any room of the house.

Energy Star Compliant

The DVP-SR210P uses just five watts of power and is ENERGY STAR compliant.
UPC: 027242841062

Sony DVP-SR210P Specs

RegionDVD: 1
HD UpconversionNone
Multi-Channel Audio DecodingDolby Digital, DTS
A/V Playback Formats
AudioCD, CD-R, CD-RW
File Formats SupportedJPEG, MPEG1
Output Ports1 x 3-RCA (Component)
1 x RCA (Digital Audio)
1 x RCA (Composite)
Input PortsNone
USB PortsNone
Digital Media SlotNone
Power Consumption5 W (Typical)
ENERGY STAR CompliantYes
Dimensions (W x H x D)10.6 x 1.5 x 8.2" / 269.2 x 38.1 x 208.3 mm
Weight2 lb / 0.9 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.905 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.45 x 9.45 x 2.65"
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Can you use this with pc
Asked by: zakiya
Hi zakiya h, No, it is not designed for PC use. Ralph
Answered by: Sony Support Sony Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28


Using component cables ( worth the extra cost ? ) really increase picture definition and color saturation over the included 3 wire cables in the box?
Asked by: Anonymous
I'm a believer in component cables although I prefer HDMI. That said, trying to set this player up using component cables and Sony's instructions was an exercise in futility. I'm no newb when it comes to audio/video (like 50 years experience) but I ended up using the composite cables that Sony provided rather than return this unit. Otherwise it's really a good value.
Answered by: Richard B.
Date published: 2019-12-27


On other sites this DVD player is listed as multi region/region free. Is this true?
Asked by: Earl R.
Hi Earl R, Sony does not manufacture region-free Bluray and DVD players. Thanks, -Mark
Answered by: Sony Support Sony Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28


Does it play blue ray
Asked by: Anonymous
It's a regular DVD player. Regular DVD players cannot play BluRay discs. If they did, there would be no reason to buy a BluRay player. BluRay players use a laser with a narrower bandwidth that can play back the info in the grooves of the disc. A Blu Ray player can play BluRay discs and regular DVDs.
Answered by: LAWRENCE M.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Buying component cables really improves the picture quality over the included cables in the box?The progressive scan is much better in this sony player?
Asked by: Anonymous
Almost all DVD players have been capable of progressive scan for at least 15 years. In the beginning, people had old fashioned tube type TVs that were interlaced. The progressive scan was not noticeable on that type of TV. With modern HD TVs, the picture is always progressive, and will look better with component video cables, than it will with old fashioned composite video cables. Component video requires three video cables and two audio. You can use the audio cables included in the box. Just disregard the yellow cable. The following component cable will be good:
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2020-05-17


Does it show DVDs in color or b/w since it is cheap?
Asked by: Anonymous
The DVD's are in color. The output options are component video and composite video. There is analog audio out. All are output on RCA jacks so make sure your TV supports analog inputs. This unit is DVD only and no Blu Ray. This is why it is cheaper. Have a great day!
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2019-02-27


Does it play blue ray?
Asked by: Anonymous
No. It's for regular DVD's.
Answered by: Mathew S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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