Sony DVP-SR510H DVD Player

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Sony DVP-SR510H DVD Player
Key Features
  • Upscaling DVD Player Via HDMI
  • Multi-Brand TV Remote Control
  • Multiple Format Disc Playback
  • Precision Cinema Progressive Technology
The Sony DVP-SR510H Progressive Scan DVD Player (Black) is a versatile entertainer that comes at an affordable price point, whether you're using it in the boardroom, classroom or living room. First and foremost, let's talk about that picture quality -- it has Precision Cinema Progressive Technology and upscaling via an HDMI connection to a high definition TV, so the DVP-SR510H can make an ordinary DVD look surprisingly close to the quality of a Blu-ray disc.
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Sony DVP-SR510H Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Upscaling DVD Player Via HDMI Connection
  • 3Multi-Brand TV Remote Control
  • 4Multiple Format Disc Playback
  • 5Precision Cinema Progressive Technology
  • 6Photo TV HD
  • 7Dolby Digital and DTS Coaxial Digital Output
  • 8Fast/Slow Playback With Sound
  • 9Child-Resistant Tray Lock
  • 10ENERGY STAR Compliant

The Sony DVP-SR510H Progressive Scan DVD Player (Black) is a versatile entertainer that comes at an affordable price point, whether you're using it in the boardroom, classroom or living room. First and foremost, let's talk about that picture quality -- it has Precision Cinema Progressive Technology and upscaling via an HDMI connection to a high definition TV, so the DVP-SR510H can make an ordinary DVD look surprisingly close to the quality of a Blu-ray disc.

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-SR510H as well. This player can play a wide variety of CD and DVD 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-SR510H 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. Since this player also has a child-resistant tray lock, its great for families with young kids.

With support for Dolby and DTS 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 in case your A/V receiver doesn't have HDMI.

One more handy feature is Photo TV HD. It works with select Sony cameras so you can view JPEG pictures in Full HD (1920 x 1080p) when you hook up your SR510H to a high definition set via an HDMI cable. And last but not least, the DVP-SR510H is ENERGY STAR compliant with a 6W power draw.

Upscaling DVD Player Via HDMI Connection

Upscaling DVD Player (via HDMI cable sold separately) makes your existing DVDs look better on your HDTV by improving their picture quality to near Full HD.

Multi-Brand TV Remote Control

Switching back and forth between remote controls while watching television or a movie is a hassle. The remote control included with the DVP-SR510H allows you to operate most major brands of television, too.

Multiple Format Disc Playback

View movies and photos and listen to music using this DVD player with multiple format playback. The DVP-SR510H supports DVD/DVD-RW/DVD-R/DVD+RW/DVD+R DL and CD-R/CD-RW discs plays WMA, AAC, LPCM, MPEG1 (like Sony Cyber-shot movies), and JPEG files.

Precision Cinema Progressive Technology

Many other DVD players detect image changes at the scan line level; the Sony Precision Cinema Progressive system, however, detects image changes at the pixel level. The picture is more faithful to the source—whether film or video—because special algorithms handle the differing pixel behavior. The technology also employs separate algorithms to process the moving and still parts of an image, resulting in sharp backgrounds with moving objects that are virtually free from artifacts.

Photo TV HD

Enjoy highly detailed, Full HD 1920 x 1080p images with the PhotoTV HD mode. PhotoTV HS works with select Sony cameras and this DVD player's HDMI output to fine-tune sharpness, gradation, and color. This allows it to display images closer to the look of printed photos.

Dolby Digital and DTS Coaxial Digital Output

The DVP-SR510H includes support for enhanced audio formats from Dolby and DTS and provides connectivity to some older receivers and televisions, allowing the player to work with more audio systems. It also includes a stereo analog audio output.

Fast/Slow Playback With Sound

Fast and slow playback with sound lets you advance through scenes quickly without missing the dialogue.

Child-Resistant Tray Lock

A child lock feature helps to prevent your kids from accessing the DVD player's tray.

ENERGY STAR Compliant

The DVP-SR510H was built for energy efficiency and uses just six watts of power.
UPC: 027242841093

Sony DVP-SR510H Specs

Video/Audio
RegionDVD: 1
HD UpconversionYes
Multi-Channel Audio DecodingDolby Digital, DTS
A/V Playback Formats
VideoDVD, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW
AudioCD, CD-R, CD-RW
PicturesKodak Picture CD
File Formats SupportedJPEG, MPEG1
Connectivity
Output Ports1 x 2-RCA (Analog Audio)
1 x HDMI Type A
1 x RCA (Digital Audio)
1 x RCA (Composite)
Input PortsNone
USB PortsNone
EthernetNone
Wi-FiNone
BluetoothNone
ControlNone
Digital Media SlotNone
General
Power Consumption6 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 Weight2.925 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.55 x 9.55 x 2.7"
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