Sony SLV-D300P DVD Player Combo VCR Hi-Fi VHS

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This Sony DVD/VCR Combo Player is a quality DVD player and VCR recorder combo that offers superb video and multichannel digital outputs give it audio flexibility.

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Includes: Sony Combo Player, OEM Remote, Manual, AV Cables Batteries

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What's in the Box
- Sony Combo Unit
- OEM Remote control
- Manual
- AV cables
- NEW Batteries

  • 54MHz/10-bit video digital-to-analog converter
  • 96kHz/24-bit audio digital-to-analog converter
  • Progressive Scan Output: Progressive-scan video has less flicker and fewer motion artifacts than the traditional interlaced-scanning method, resulting in a superior picture. To take advantage of this feature, you must have a television with component video inputs that supports the progressive scanning mode. The component outputs on this unit can be set to pass either progressive or interlaced video.
  • JPEG Playback: This unit will play JPEG files recorded onto CD-ROM, CD-R and CD-RW discs using the ISO 9660 level 1/level 2 or Joliet formats. All JPEG files on a disc can be played back in a slide show. You can zoom in on any selected image (2x or 4x) or rotate an image 90-degrees clockwise.
  • Virtual Surround: This function lets you enjoy surround sound by using sound imaging to create virtual rear speakers.
  • Resume Play: Resume play allows you to resume playback of a disc from the point where you last stopped. The stopping point is cleared when the Stop button is pressed more than once or the disc tray is opened.
  • Bookmark: This function allows you to store bookmarks on a disc that can be easily recalled. You can bookmark up to 3 scenes at a time.
VCR Features
  • Recording Note: Internal dubbing from DVD to VHS is not possible.
  • Quasi S-VHS Playback: This feature allows you to play S-VHS recordings using a standard VHS VCR. When S-VHS recordings are played, they are displayed with standard VHS resolution.
  • Quick Timer Recording: After you have started recording, you can have the VCR stop recording automatically after a specified amount of time. You can choose from the following times: 0:30, 1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30, or 4:00.
  • Timer Recording: You can program the VCR's timer to record up to 8 broadcasts, as far as a month in advance. You can also record programs on a weekly or daily basis.
  • Auto Tape Speed: When you are recording a program in SP mode and the remaining tape becomes shorter than the remaining recording time, the tape speed is automatically changed to EP mode.
  • Index Function: The VCR automatically marks the tape with an index signal at the point where each recording begins.
  • Scan and Play: Using this function, the VCR searches for an index mark and then plays the tape for approximately 5 seconds. If you do not press the Play button, the VCR searches for the next index mark and repeats the process until the end of the tape.
  • 0:00:00 Point: To mark a point on the tape that you want to find later, you can reset the tape counter to 0:00:00. The VCR will automatically fast-forward or rewind to the 0:00:00 point on the tape counter.
  • Blank Search: Using this feature, the VCR automatically searches for the beginning of a blank portion.
  • Auto Play: When the Auto Play function is turned on, playback starts automatically when you insert a tape with the safety tab removed.
  • Auto Repeat: This feature allows you to play a tape repeatedly. Once a tape has finished playing, the VCR rewinds the tape to the beginning and restarts playback automatically
  • "Alternative" Video Out: If you plan to connect the DVD/VCR to the TV using either the S-Video or Component Video outputs, you will need to select which output you are using in the "Video Out" section of the DVD Setup menu. The S-Video and Component Video outputs cannot be used simultaneously, and they work only during DVD playback; for VHS playback, the composite video or RF output connections must be used.
  • DVD Outputs: The DVD video signal is output through the RF, composite, S-video and component video outputs.
  • Rear-panel A/V Input: In addition to the front-panel A/V input, the unit has an A/V input on the back panel that consists of stereo RCA jacks and an RCA composite video jack.