FS: Sony DVP-S7700 DVD Player $375.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Richard Watt, Nov 29, 2001.

  1. Richard Watt

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    Unit is in great shape. I still have the original remote. The player still has the 96/24 sticker on the front fold-down door. I do not have the original box or instructions. I am selling in order to fund a Playstation 2 purchase. I also have sinced moved up to a HTPC as my DVD player.
    Most people, I think, know about the player. But some general info pulled off the net:
    Performance Features:
    10-bit Video Digital-to-Analog Converter
    Advanced SmoothScan™ picture search with 32-bit RISC microprocessor
    Smooth Slow
    Digital Video Noise Reduction
    Field and Frame Still
    Dual Discrete Optical Pickup System, plays DVD, CD and Video CD (VCD)
    96 kHz/24-bit audio D/A converter
    Variable Coefficient (VC) digital filter
    Variable Analog Audio low pass filter
    DTS Digital Out
    Audio Priority (5.1 auto-select)
    Audio Dynamic Range Control
    Surround on/off switch
    Convenience Features:
    DVD Navigator™ universal-style remote control with Jog and Shuttle dial and glow-in-the-dark keys
    Menu Disc™ operation with point-and-click selection
    S-Link™
    Video Bit-Rate meter
    99-step Play Programming
    Parental control
    Last language memory
    CD-EXTRA on-screen picture display
    Program display with dimmer
    Output Terminals:
    AC-3 Bit Stream / PCM Optical Output, AC-3 Bit Stream / PCM Coaxial Output, Analog Audio Output x 2, S Video Output x 2, Composite Video Output x 2, Component Video Out x 1. Headphone jack
    Thanks,
    Richard
     
  2. Richard Watt

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    A couple of things I forgot to mention...

    I plan to double box the dvd player with big-bubble wrap in one box with that box packed with peanuts or something else in a seperate box. It will ship insured as well.

    Secondly, I am not sure if it was assumed or not, but shipping is extra. I would prefer to ship this FedEx, just to be totally safe, but if you have another suggestion please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Richard
     

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