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Friday, October 24, 2003
Sony releases new DVD players


Sony Japan will start selling two new DVD players on October 21st. The DVP-F250 and the DVP-F31 support vertical and horizontal operation. The estimated price is expected to be approximately 20,000 Yen (155 Euros) for the F250, and 19,000 Yen (145 Euros) for the F31.

Features/Specifications:

Model: DVP-F250

- Outputs: 1x Video, 1x S video, 1x optical digital, 1x coaxial digital, 2ch analog sound
- Power consumption (standby): 9W (0.13W)
- Dimensions: 55×215×305 (W X H x D mm)
- Weight: Approximately 2.0kg

Model: DVP-F31

- Outputs: 1x Video, 1x S video, 1x optical digital, 1x coaxial digital, 2ch analog sound
- Power consumption (standby): 9W (0.13W)
- Dimensions: 55×215×298 (W X H x D mm)
- Weight: Approximately 2.0kg

For more information visit www.ecat.sony.co.jp (Japanese only).


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