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Sony DVP-SR510H vs Samsung BD-F5700

 
Sony DVP-SR510H
Out of Stock 
$44.99
  • selectable video resolution up to 1080p via HDMI output
  • plays DVDs, DVD-Rs & DVD-RWs, DVD+Rs & DVD+RWs, CDs, audio CD-Rs & CD-RWs, MP3, and AAC
  • coaxial digital audio output
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Samsung BD-F5700
In Stock 
$89.99
  • plays Blu-ray discs, DVDs, and CDs
  • built-in Wi-Fi for playing TV shows and movies from Netflix®, Vudu®, and YouTube™ (subscriptions required for some services)
  • mini-chassis design is ultra-compact
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Product Features

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General Sony DVP-SR510HSamsung BD-F5700
Surround Sound Decoding
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Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby TrueHD
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
DTS-HD Master Audio
3D Capable
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No
Internet Movie Streaming
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Netflix,Vudu,CinemaNow,YouTube
DLNA Certified
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Audio
Video
Photo
Smartphone App Control
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No
DVD Video Upconversion
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720p, 1080i, 1080p
Multibrand Remote
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No
Parts Warranty
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1 Year
Labor Warranty
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1 Year
Compatibility Sony DVP-SR510HSamsung BD-F5700
CD-R Capable
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Yes
CD-R/W Capable
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Yes
MP3 Playback
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Yes
WMA Playback
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Yes
SACD Playback
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No
DVD-Audio Playback
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No
Outputs Sony DVP-SR510HSamsung BD-F5700
Digital Optical Output
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None
Digital Coaxial Output
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1
HDMI Outputs
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1
HDMI Version
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1.3
Ethernet Ports
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1
Analog Audio Outputs
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None
1080p Video Output
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Yes
Component Video Outputs
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None
RS-232C Port
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None
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Sony DVP-SR510H
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$44.99
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Samsung BD-F5700
In Stock 
$89.99
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