Sony DVP-NS77H/B/S DVD Player

Sony Updated: 2007-09-26
Sony DVP-NS77H/B/S DVD Player

Enjoy upscaled 720p/1080i/1080p DVD video through HDMI™ output with Precision Cinema Progressive™ technology. One convenient HDMI cable delivers upscaled DVD video and digital audio, making complicated cable connections a thing of the past. For added convenience, BRAVIA™ Theatre Sync enables one-touch operation of the DVP-NS77H player and compatible Sony TV's and components.

12 Bit Video DAC with 108Mhz Processing

Fast and Slow Playback with Sound

High Resolution JPEG playback

192 KHz/16 bit Audio DAC/96 kHz/24 bit Digital Output

Multi-Disc Resume -6 discs

Video Equalizer

Picture Navigation

A/V Sync
Allows for the alignment of the audio track to match the video - necessary for some new televisions that buffer or delay video.

HDMI™ Output with 720p/1080i/1080p upscaling of DVD Media
Reads the data on a standard DVD at 480P and maximizes the video resolution to best fit your HDMI compatible TV. This allows for you to enjoy the best in video performance while delivering digital Video and Audio over one simple cable.

BRAVIA™ Theatre Sync™
As a leader in products with HDMI connectivity, Sony has created BRAVIA® Theater Sync™ to go beyond simple audio and video transmission. When combined with a select number of BRAVIA® televisions and other Sony audio and video components, in addition to audio and video transmission, will transmit control functions via the HDMI™ cable. With "One Touch Play," operations that took several steps have been reduced to one. Press the PLAY button on the remote, watch the A/V component(s) turn on then the BRAVIA® television turn on and switch to the correct video input and Simple and Easy and BRAVIA® Theater Sync™.

Precision Cinema Progressive™ Technology-2
Other DVD players detect image changes at the Scan line level-Sony's Precision Cinema Progressive (PCP) system detects them at the Pixel level. The picture is more faithful to the source-whether film or video-because separate, optimized algorithms are used to handle the differing Pixel behavior. Separate algorithms are also used to process the moving and still parts of an image, resulting in sharp backgrounds with moving objects that are virtually free from motion artifacts.

Precision Drive™ 3 System
Past generations of Precision Drive systems were only able to compensate for warped discs by moving the entire optical block, which took more time and limited the amount of correction possible. Sony's new Precision Drive™ 3 system simplifies the process by moving the lens-instead of the entire optical block-for faster and more accurate error correction.

Playing MP3 Music on a Sony DVD Player is easy. Just insert an MP3 encoded disc and press MENU. A blue screen pops up to Display your folders. Scroll down the list using the remote or front panel cursor control to select the folder you want. The green files screen pops up to show the files in the selected folder. Select the file you want to hear and you're done. Finding music couldn't be easier.