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Sony DVP-NS75H

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    6.3 6.3 from 10 reviewers
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Sony’s DVP-NS75H is a single disc DVD player that is compatible with many disc formats such as DVDR/W, SVCD, CDR/W and is compatible even to JPEG photo and WMA and MP3 audio files. It also has DTS decoding and Dolby Digital. It has outputs for optical audio and digital coaxial. It is able to support 720 and 1080 high-definition display resolutions and the 480 standard progressive.

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It has an aspect ratio control and front panel operation. This DVD player can also do multi-angle v…

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Sony’s DVP-NS75H is a single disc DVD player that is compatible with many disc formats such as DVDR/W, SVCD, CDR/W and is compatible even to JPEG photo and WMA and MP3 audio files. It also has DTS decoding and Dolby Digital. It has outputs for optical audio and digital coaxial. It is able to support 720 and 1080 high-definition display resolutions and the 480 standard progressive.

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It has an aspect ratio control and front panel operation. This DVD player can also do multi-angle viewing as well as chapter previews. It supports many languages and can do custom bookmarks. In addition, it has a picture zoom and can do slow motion. Random, repeat and resume plays can also be done. Frame advance and freeze/still frames are features included.

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If you are on the look out for an affordable DVD player with very good HDMI performance, then the Sony DVP-NS75H is the one. The design of the DVP-NS75H is both stylish and attractive. Being just 1.6 inches tall, the faceplate is silver with a long black strip in the center containing the display and the drawer. A front-panel LED lights up indicate an HDMI connection. There are also numerous front-panel buttons, including the handy chapter-forward/backward buttons. A button labeled Progressive Scan has an effect only for the component-video output, toggling between 480i and 480p resolutions. The remote is wellset, with buttons for most of the functions that need to be used. It can also be used for most TVs. The image quality when upconverting to 480p, 720p, and 1080i via the HDMI output is good. The best part of the DVP-NS75H's connectivity suite is its HDMI output. Through the HDMI connection, the player is able to upconvert DVD's 480i resolution to 480p, 720p, and 1080i. The image quality when upconverting to 480p, 720p, and 1080i via the HDMI output is good. It improves the image quality depending on how well your TV performs scaling itself. In 480p, everything is exceptionally sharp with none of the flickering that can be seen on similar upconverting players. The rest of the jack pack is solid, with a component-video output, an S-Video output, two digital audio outputs (one optical, one coaxial), and a standard A/V output. Disc compatibility is ok, and it acknowledges a range of file formats, including MP3, WMA, and JPEG, and it played MP3 files from CDs and DVDs. The Sony DVP-NS75H is not expensive. Even though there is no HDMI cable and no 1080p upscaling; the Sony's low price and its impressive picture quality make it an attractive choice for budget-minded videophiles.

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