Is this a multi disc DVD player, can we load more than one disc at a time?
I believe this is the same one I purchased a few months ago from Overstock (refurb). Works great. I actually need another one for another room. Going to order it again. Thanks again Overstock....
Sony DVP-SR500H DVD Player (Refurbished)
See your DVD collection in a whole new light on your home theater with the Sony Upscaling DVD Player, DVP-SR500H. It upgrades your DVD collection to near high-definition for improved HD picture quality at an incredible value from Sony.
ITEM#: 14179619See your DVD collection in a whole new light on your home theater with the Sony Upscaling DVD Player, DVP-SR500H. It upgrades your DVD collection to near high-definition for improved HD picture quality at an incredible value from Sony.
- 1080p DVD Player
- Meets Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency
- DVD upscaling (via HDMI) makes your existing DVDs look better on your HDTV by improving picture quality to near high-definition levels
- Bring your photos to life and enjoy highly detailed Full HD 1920 x 1080p images with the PhotoTV HD mode
- Multiple-disc resume allows you to power on the player and return to the last scene you were watching on your most previously watched discs without having to search
- Child lock feature prevents children from accessing the DVD player's tray
- Inputs: Coaxial, composite, HDMI
- Model: DVP-SR500H
- Included items: DVD Player
- Dimensions: 8.23 inches wide x 12.6 inches deep x 1.26 inches high
- Weight: 4 pounds
This high-quality item has been factory refurbished. Please click on the icon above for more information on quality factory-reconditioned merchandise.
|DVD Player Type||Standard|
|Manufacturer Warranty||60 day Distributor|
|Model Number||DVP-SR500H R|
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I have a hard time getting the DVD to play. It works. I use it to play workout DVDs, so I need to breath a little before it begins to play. Probably operator error.Read More
I believe this is the same one I purchased a few months ago from Overstock (refurb). Works great. I actually need another one for another room. Going to order it again. Thanks again Overstock.Read More
Very happy with this purchase. Movies look great on my television.Read More
First, cd player didn't show track numbers on the front display? Couldn't possibly use it without this feature. Also, the number buttons on the remote didn't work so I couldn't even enter the track number I wanted. All in all, a very frustrating experience.Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately this item can only hold one disc at a time.
will there be a remote control unit included with this purchased product.
Hello, yes this will come with the remote.
Does it play cdr/cdrw's?
This item supports multiple DVD and CD disc formats, as well as JPEG and MP3. As long as the format of the video / music on the CDR/CDRW is a standard DVD/CD format or MP3 the disc should work.
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