sony DVP-NS76H

stormchaser

Active Member
hi
could anyone please advise please if it would be worth my while buying a sony
DVP-NS76H dvd player to replace my sony dvp s715 player. my current tv is a sony kv-36fs76.

my current dvd player is wired to the tv with an rgb scart

many thanks indeed

cheers
 

Clatter

Active Member
Can't say how it compares with your old player, but I've recently bought one, and I'm very pleased with it, would certainly recommend it.
 

stormchaser

Active Member
:confused:
can anyone else please offer advice or suggestions as I'm totally confused as to whether to go ahead or not ,

many thanks indeed

cheers
 

Bolander

Active Member
I wasnt sure if it had rgb out? as I think thats about the best my tv can accomodate? but I'm not sure?:blush:

Unlike the Toshiba 360E which I had previously the Sony gives excellent results on the Scart with RGB. Only slightly annoyance is that it resets to composite when HDMI output is used.
 

stormchaser

Active Member
hi
bolander, thanks for your help :thumbsup: , as I could'nt see any mention of rgb out on the sony website for that model :confused: lol

many thanks indeed

cheers

ps heres the specs from currys website that confused me



Extended facts for this Sony DVPNS76HS
Colour Silver
DVD/CD Text YES
Depth 237 mm
Digital audio output NO Digital audio output allows for easy hookup with a compatible audio/video receiver
Frame Advance YES
Height 43 mm
Mpeg Compatible NO
No Scarts 1
Parental Control YES
RGB output ability NO RGB output ability for use with computer monitors
Radio Tuner Included NO Allows the system to receive radio channels and play them through the TV without the need for a separate unit
Region Code 2
Remote Control YES Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset
TV Tuner Included NO Has a TV tuner built in to the system
Width 430 mm
Zoom NO Some movies are filmed using an aspect ratio that?s even wider than a widescreen TV and they will appear with small black bars above and below. Zoom enables you to completely fill the screen
 

Bolander

Active Member
Clearly Currys are trying to fit the Sony specs into an existing framework, and perhaps inevitably making errors in the process. I always go to the manufacturers own website to check a product's specs.
 
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zapp8rannigan

Guest
gotta say i highly recommend this player! running it through hdmi and it defintatly improves my dvds
 

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