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Sony DVP-FX810

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Sony DVP-FX810

The Sony DVP-FX810 features 8 inches widescreen LCD, swivel and flip screen, 5 ½ hours battery, control buttons on screen bezel, dual sensor remote control, CD playback, MP3 playback, composite video input, composite video output, headphone output, RCA audio input, RCA audio output, background graphics, digital-to-analog converter, disc capacity, tray type, DVD playback, multiple disc resume, on-screen display, DVD+R DL, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R DL, DVD-R, DVD-RW, JPEG playback, screen …

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Sony DVP-FX810

The Sony DVP-FX810 features 8 inches widescreen LCD, swivel and flip screen, 5 ½ hours battery, control buttons on screen bezel, dual sensor remote control, CD playback, MP3 playback, composite video input, composite video output, headphone output, RCA audio input, RCA audio output, background graphics, digital-to-analog converter, disc capacity, tray type, DVD playback, multiple disc resume, on-screen display, DVD+R DL, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R DL, DVD-R, DVD-RW, JPEG playback, screen saver and other accessories.

Features

The Sony DVP-FX810 features a portable DVD player. It offers an 8 inches widescreen LCD screen. It features swivel and flip screen which provides multiple viewing angle options. In addition to this, the multiple viewing angle options recommend the player for use in a car, in the train or while on a plane. This DVD player offers control buttons located on the screen bezel which is said to provide ease of use to the user. The control buttons features skip or fast forward of a scene. In addition to this, the skip or fast forward function is also controlled with the dual-sensor remote control. The dual sensor remote control provides features which allow movie viewers seated farther away from the screen to control the buttons remotely. The Sony DVP-FX810 features a DVD player design which is said to have durability built for kids. It offers digital to analog converter at 12 bit or 108 Mhz. The audio counterpart offers digital to analog converter at 24 bit or 96 kHz. It features audio features such as CD playback which allows CD, CD-R and CD-RW to be played. The MP3 playback provides for MP3 song files to be played on the player. The tray type of the DVD player is of top load door. This DVD player has multiple disc resume function which allows a disc to resume the scene where it was last paused. The on-screen display on the DVD player shows the player status information or other technical information. In addition to this, this DVD player also offers background graphics.

Additional features

The Sony DVP-FX810 features video features and its compatibility which include DVD playback, DVD+R DL Read, DVD+R Read, DVD+RW Read, DVD-R DL (Video Mode) Read, DVD-R Read, DVD-RW Read, JPEG Playback and screen saver. It offers inputs and outputs for the DVD player such as composite video input, composite video output, head outputs, RCA audio input and RCA audio output.

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  • sound but no picture

    I have had this unit for 2 years & have only used it about 5x's. When i turn it on I get sound but no picture. has anyone had a similar problem? How do you fix it?

    Answered by Bobby 2009-09-09:

    Try to check if the DVD player is connected to the TV properly. You have probably changed the audio tracks on the DVD. Go to menu and audio. Then pick another audio track (a lot of DVDs come with more than one audio track). If there's still no sound, the DVD player needs to be

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