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$29.88 Sony DVD Player, DVPSR210P +Free Store Pickup

Walmart offers Sony DVD Player, DVPSR210P for $29.88 with free store pickup.

Product Description:
Bring movies to life and enjoy all your favorite home media with the Sony DVPSR210P DVD Player. With a 12-bit video DAC and a 108 MHz processor, it delivers great sound and high-definition pictures that optimize your watching experience. The Sony DVD player is designed to work with DVD, CD, MP3, JPEG, MPEG4 and Kodak Picture CD formats among others. It comes with support for Dolby digital and DTS outputs as well as component video, composite video and analog audio 2-channel outputs. The Sony DVPSR210P DVD Player also comes fully equipped with fast/slow playback and a sound feature that allows you to watch the scenes at your pace. The title/chapter viewer and picture navigation let you browse the scenes with ease. In addition, this Dolby digital DVD player has a multiple-disc resume, which allows for conveniently playback. As soon as you power on the player, it automatically goes where you last left off. The DVD Player includes a multi-brand remote control that can be used to operate your player and television from anywhere in the room. Also included are a reference guide, start-up guide and an AV cable. 
Sony DVPSR210P DVD Player:
  • For DVD, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, CD, CD+/-R, CD+/-RW, MP3, JPEG, AAC, WMA, LPCM, MPEG1, MPEG4, Kodak Picture CD formats
  • Dolby digital DVD player with Dolby digital out and DTS digital out
  • Component video, composite video and analog audio 2 channel outputs
  • Picture navigation
  • Title/chapter viewer
  • MP3 ID3 lyrics
  • Quick setup
  • Screen saver
  • Auto standby
  • 4 language displays
  • Sony DVD player includes a reference guide, start-up guide, remote control with batteries and an AV cable

Category: Electronics (other)

Posted on 12 January 2018, 01:52 AM
posted by Maggie
12 January 2018, 01:52 AM
De 14 Jan 2018, 6:09 PM
LOL. Now they are paper weights.
Blackcaesar 13 Jan 2018, 5:08 AM
remember when they used to cost 200 and 300 bucks...lol