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FOR SALE: Sony DVP-S570D DVD Player Single Disc DVD CD Player Used with Remote $45.00

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Info: Sony DVP-S570D DVD Player Single Disc DVD CD Player Used with Remote $45.00

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What I have up for sale is a very nice, used, fully operational single disc DVD player. This is a sleek Sony DVP-S570D DVD player with remote control. The DVD player has been checked and tested and it is working properly, no issues at all. Excellent condition, very minimal signs of use. The remote control RMT-D120A is included as well.

Compatibility/Specifications:

This unit can play the following discs:

5" single sided 1 layer or 2 layer Dolby Digital and DTS DVDs (NTSC, regional code 1)
5" double sided 1 layer or 2 layer Dolby Digital and DTS DVDs (NTSC, regional code 1)
3" single or double sided, 1 or 2 layer Dolby Digital and DTS DVDs (NTSC, regional code 1)
5" or 3" audio CD
5" or 3" Video CD Version 1.1 discs (without PBC functions) and Version 2.0 discs (with PBC interactive functions)
The unit we tested could not play back an audio CD-R, but it could play back an audio CD-RW disc.

24-bit/96kHz Capability: This unit is capable of playing audio DVDs containing 24-bit linear PCM information with a sampling rate of 96kHz. This unit will pass a 96kHz 24-bit signal through its digital outputs unless the manufacturer of the software prohibits it through copy protection.

Single Dual-Focus Lens: Precision Drive with Active Title Control for both CD and DVD playback.

Equipment Compatibility:

For home theater sound, it can also, of course, be used with any home theater receiver.

For high quality video and digital sound, this unit can be used with any television with at least RCA audio and video inputs.

Frequency Response:

DVD (PCM96kHz): 2 Hz to 44 kHz +/- .5 dB
DVD (PCM48kHz): 2 Hz to 22 kHz +/-0.5dB
CD: 2 Hz to 20 kHz +/-0.5 dB

Harmonic Distortion: Less than .0025%

Dynamic Range: More than 100 dB for DVD. More than 98dB for CD.

Macrovision Copy Protection: Prohibits hooking this unit through a VCR. Will distort the picture when a Macrovision encoded DVD is played, so the TV which is being used must have a video input jack.

Features:

Silver Color and Wega Molded Design: Complements Wega TV styling and color

Built in Dolby Digital Decoder with Bass Management: For use with 5.1 "Ready" receivers. The built in decoder will not decode DTS.

Digital Output: For Dolby Digital, DTS and PCM formats. Allows this unit to play back DTS encoded DVDs when connected to a DTS decoder or receiver.

Precision Drive with Active Tilt Control: Uses a single dual focus laser which compensates for defects for faster, more reliable playback.

24-bit/96kHz Capability: This unit is capable of playing audio DVDs containing 24-bit linear PCM information with a sampling rate of 96kHz. This unit will pass a 96kHz 24-bit signal through its digital outputs unless the manufacturer of the software prohibits it through copy protection.

Track Selection: Allows the digital audio track with the highest number of channels to be automatically selected for playback.

Resume Playback: Allows you to resume playback of a DVD or CD from where you last stopped as long as the DVD or CD has not been removed and even if power turned off.

Disc Memo: You can label DVDs, Video CDs or CDs that do not have CD Text or DVD Text with a name of up to 20 characters. Up to 200 discs may be labeled.

CD Text/DVD Text: Displays on screen with disc memo when used with a compatible disc.

Video Equalizer: Allows you to adjust the video output from this unit to obtain the picture quality you want. You can select Standard, Dynamic 1 (increases the picture contrast and color intensity), Dynamic 2 (increases picture contrast and color intensity even more), Cinema 1 (increases the black level) or Cinema 2 (white is made brighter, black becomes richer and color contrast is increased). You can adjust the picture, brightness, color and hue levels of any of these settings.

Digital Video Enhancer: This function makes a picture appear clear and crisp by enhancing the outlines of images on your TV screen. You can select off, or levels 1, 2 or 3 (each level enhances the outline more).

Displaying Different Angles Simultaneously: With DVDs which have recordings in various angles you can display all the angles recorded on the disc on the same screen.

Strobe Play: You can display 9 consecutive sections of a DVD on a single screen, these can be seen in motion or in pause.

Bookmark: You can set up to 9 bookmarks per DVD or Video CD which allows you to directly access a specific portion of a DVD/Video CD. Up to 200 discs can be bookmarked.

Quick Reference Viewer: Allows you to view pictures of titles, chapters or tracks on the disc on a single screen divided into 9 sections and start playback from the chosen title, chapter or track.

Jog/Shuttle dial on unit/remote: This allows you to access the various picture search and to move frame by frame (jog/step function).

Custom Parental Control: By using a 4-digit password you can set playback restrictions on up to 200 DVDs. This keeps the DVD from playing until the password is entered. This is not the standard parental control which depends on the DVD software having this function and which is available in most DVD players (including this one), but is instead stored in the unit's memory and can be used with any DVD.

Picture Search: uses a 32-bit RISC processor to achieve high quality viewing in high speed, slow speed, and frame by frame in both forward and reverse with almost no pixilization. The speeds are FF2 (30X); FF1 (10X), X2, Normal play, Slow 1 and slow 2, any of these speeds can be selected in forward or reverse direction. Note that audio will still be heard through the analog output at a lower volume.

Bit Rate Meter: You can select a bit rate meter to show the current bit rate or how many layers the particular DVD has and an indication of the amount of the DVD that has been played.

Playback Memory: Allows you to store parameters (Audio, Subtitle, Angle, Virtual 3D Surround, Video Equalizer, and Digital Video Enhancer) for up to 200 DVDs.

Exclusive Sony MPEG-2 decoder.

Digital Cinema Sound: This unit has Virtual Enhanced surround which can be used with two speakers or multiple speaker setups. With a two speaker system, you can select from:

VES TV: Creates multiple virtual rear speakers using only front main speakers which are close to each other, such as those built into a TV set.
VES A: Creates multiple virtual rear speakers using only the front main speakers.
VES B: Creates a single set of virtual rear speakers using only the front main speakers.
Virtual Semi Multi Dimension: Creates 5 sets of virtual surround speakers using only the front main loudspeakers.
Off

With a four (or more) speaker setup, you can select from:

Normal Surround: Standard surround
Enhanced Surround: Creates a stereo-like effect on Pro Logic Sources which have a mono surround.
Virtual Rear Shift: Shifts the sound of the rear speakers away from their actual position. If the speakers are to the side it shifts them to the rear, and if to the rear it shifts them to the sides.
Virtual Multi Rear: Creates an array of virtual rear speakers from a single pair of actual speakers.
Virtual Multi Dimension: Creates 5 sets of virtual speakers at about a 30 degree angle of elevation.

When using headphones (either from this unit's headphone output or a receiver headphone output if this unit is connected to the receiver:

Virtual Surround Headphones: Uses 3D sound imaging to place the listener in a movie studio.

Menu Functions:

OSD: Can select on screen display language (English, Spanish, French or Portuguese)
DVD Menu: Can select language for DVD menu (Of course, this only works if the DVD has that language recorded)
Audio: Can select default DVD language.
Subtitle: Can select subtitle language or "audio follow" which changes subtitle language to match audio track.
TV Type: Can select 4:3 Letter Box, 4:3 Pan & Scan or 16:9 for wide screen.
Screen Saver: Protects against screen burn-in by displaying a screen saver graphic if the unit is left in stop or pause mode for over 15 minutes. May be turned on or off.
Background: Allows you to select the background color while in the stop mode or playing a CD. You can select (1) Jacket Picture: Shows the DVD jacket picture if supported by the DVD; (2) Picture Memory; (3) Graphics: A Sony Graphic (4) Blue or (5) Black
Startup Screen : You can either select the standard start up Screen or a Picture Memory Screen
Auto Play: Can turn off, Timer (allows you to play back using an external audio timer); or 1 of 2 demos
Dimmer: Can set unit's display to dark ,bright or off
Pause Mode: Selects how an image is displayed in pause mode. Can be Auto or frame.
Bookmark Reset: Allows you to clear all bookmarks
Parental control: Allows you to enter a 4 digit password to limit playback level on DVDs which support parental controls. Note that this is the same password used for Custom Parental Control.
Playback Memory: Allows you to store parameters (Audio, Subtitle, Angle, Virtual 3D Surround, Video Equalizer, and Digital Video Enhancer for up to 200 DVDs.
Track Selection: Automatically plays the digital track with the most channels. This can be turned on or off.

Audio Setup:

Audio Attenuation: Lowers analog output level for matching to other audio equipment.
Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control): Allows you to select Standard; TV Mode (compresses the dynamic range for late night listening) and Wide range (no compression for highest dynamic range).
Center Speaker EQ: Can be used only when using the 5.1 channel outputs of this unit. You can select flat (normal output), enhanced (which enhances the sound) or soft (which decreases output of the center channel above 8 kHz to prevent shrillness in the center channel).
Down Mix: Switches the mixing method so that Dolby Surround sounds better when used with a Pro Logic/Dolby Digital/DTS receiver and Normal when used with normal stereo.
Digital Out: Allows you to select output from the Toslink and Coax digital outputs. "On" turns on PCM, Dolby Digital and, if selected DTS output. "Off" shuts down the digital outputs. Correct setting is important to avoid speaker damage. It is especially important to turn DTS off if connected to a decoder or receiver which does not decode DTS. You can also set 48kHz/16 bit, which will convert a DVD 96kHz/24bit signal to 48kHz/16 bit or 96kHz/24bit which will output 96kHz/24bit signals through the digital outputs so long as the software maker has not encrypted the software. Note that whenever a Virtual 3D Surround mode is used any 96kHz/24bit signal will be converted to 48kHz/16bit.

Speaker Set Up (Bass management): Allows you to select the following:

Front Speaker Size: Can select large or small.
Center Speaker: Can select none, large or small
Rear (Surround) Speakers: Can select none, large (rear or side) or small (rear or side) - the speaker position needs to be specified for the virtual rear modes to work correctly.
Subwoofer: Can select none or yes
Distance (delay): Front can be set in 1 foot steps from 4 to 50 feet. Center can be set in 1 foot steps from 2-5 feet. Rear can be set in 1 foot steps from a position equal to the front speaker distance to 16 feet closer to your listening position.
Balance: Front and rear speaker balance can be varied from -6 to +6 dB in .5dB steps.
Level: Front and rear speaker levels can be varied -6dB to +6dB in .5dB steps. Subwoofer level can be varied from -10 to +6dB in .5dB steps.
Test tone is available to set speaker adjustments

Remote Control

Compatibility: Pre-coded to control volume for listed receivers. Also allows you to control the televisions power, input, volume, channel up and down, and direct channel entry. The numeric keypad, TV controls, transport controls and the receiver volume control keys glow in the dark. There is a jog/shuttle dial on the remote.

The unit can control the following television brands:
Sony Akai AOC Centurion Coronado
Curtis-Mathes Daytron Emerson Fisher General Electric
Gold Star Hitachi J.C. Penny JVC KMC
Magnavox Marantz MGA Mitsubishi NEC
Panasonic Philco Philips Pioneer Portland
Quasar Radio Shack RCA Sampo Sanyo
Scott Sears Sharp Sylvania Teknika
Toshiba Wards Yorx Zenith

The unit can control the following receiver brands:
Sony Denon Kenwood Onkyo Pioneer
Sansui Technics Yamaha

Input/Outputs:

Front: Gold plated standard Headphone jack with variable rotary volume knob.

Rear:

Two sets of RCA video and stereo audio outputs and two S-video outputs.
Optical Digital Output: Standard Toslink with cover, can be used with PCM, Dolby Digital or DTS.
Coaxial digital output: Can be used with PCM, Dolby Digital or DTS.
Component video output (3 RCA outputs Y, PB/B-Y and PR/R-Y).
5.1 Output for connecting to 5.1 "Ready" Receivers: 6 RCA outputs (left and right front, center, subwoofer and left and right surround).
S-Link Control S input (mono minijack) for connection to compatible Sony components.



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