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Sony-dvp-nc625-b.1196923
3.6 out of 10

Sony DVP-NC625

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Reviews and Problems with Sony DVP-NC625

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Overall 4
4.0

CD/DVD player

Andrew David Bustetter, Amazon
8 August 2014
  • Summary: Everything is fine except the remote control was not in the box.
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Overall 2
2.0

Only good for a year or two

Tampa Sam "tampa-sam", Amazon
21 July 2007
  • Summary: I have been through a number of Sony DVD players, most recently this one. After a year and a half, it just quit playing all discs. Keep looking, there must be a better quality product out there.
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Overall 8
8.0

A little lacking in features, but a solid Sony product

Mike in Texas, Amazon
4 March 2006
  • Summary: This player doesn't support WMA, DVD-Audio, JPEG files, and this one isn't even progressive scan, but how many folks have a progressive-scan-ready TV anyway who are looking for a ...player? It's a solid player with a good picture and it plays DVD-R and DVD-RW, which was high on my list of requirements. I also tried the Sony DVP-NC665P, which is 100% identical to this player except for the progressive scan feature.
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Overall 10
10

Picture quality was fantastic

C. Bryson "RookPawnKnight", Amazon
23 February 2004
  • Summary: I got this after having first tried the Samsung 1080I-720P with DVI connection. I have a Toshiba 51in. HD ready monitor. the Samsung was very expensive, and the picture quality did not impress as it should have (highest quality connections). Bare in mind, with that unit, if the DVD was recorded in the highter resolution, it was fine, but did little to improve older films.
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Overall 10
10

Picture quality was fantastic

C. Bryson "RookPawnKnight", Amazon
23 February 2004
  • Summary: I got this after having first tried the Samsung 1080I-720P with DVI connection. I have a Toshiba 51in. HD ready monitor. the Samsung was very expensive, and the picture quality did not impress as it should have (highest quality connections). Bare in mind, with that unit, if the DVD was recorded in the highter resolution, it was fine, but did little to improve older films.
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Overall 2
2.0

Watch Out if you burn your own VCDs or SVCDs

Dale L. Housley, Amazon
11 October 2003
  • Summary: We burn and use VCDs (Video Compact Discs) at work and we purchased one of these machines to play music CDs, in-house VCDs, and both in-house and commercial DVDs. The documentation claims that the player supports all of these and CD/RW. Not true. The machine will indeed play all of the above, it just doesn't do it very well. Commercial DVDs seem to work just fine as do music CDs, but this player is lousy at playing VCDs.
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