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    1. Sony HDRFX1 HDV High Definition
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    3. SONY MSX-M1GN 1GB High Speed Memory
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    5. Sony LF-X1 LocationFree 12.1"
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    6. SONY DRU710A Internal Double Layer
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    8. Sony DPP-FP30 Digital Photo Printer
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    9. Sony MDR-A34G S2 Sports Headphones
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    11. Sony ICD-BM1 Slide Control Digital
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    12. Sony DPP-EX50 Digital Photo Printer
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    13. Sony 128 MB Memory Stick Media
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    14. Sony CPA-9C CD/MD Cassette Adaptor
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    15. Sony DVD+R DL 4X+R 16X +RW 8X-R
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    16. SONY SU-GW12 A/V Stand
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    17. SONY VGP-PRS2 Port Replicator
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    18. Sony DUO MSH-M128A 128 MB Memory
    19. Sony DCRDVD200 MiniDVD Handycam
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    20. Sony MSAC-US30Memory Stick USB

    1. Sony HDRFX1 HDV High Definition Camcorder w/12x Optical Zoom
    list price: $3,999.99
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    Asin: B00068JKR0
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 1703
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    • Play and record interlaced high-definition video at resolutions up to 1440 x 1080 for professional-quality video
    • Three 1/3-inch-wide aspect ratio advanced HAD CCD imagers for enhanced color quality
    • Professional-level MPEG2 video compression with the real-time HD Codec Engine
    • Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens with 12x optical zoom
    • Record at either 30 frames per second or, for a film-like feel, at 24 frames per second

    2. Sony 512MB MEMORY STICK PRO-DUO NEW ( MSXM-512S )

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    Asin: B0002Z4572
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony Computer Peripherals
    Sales Rank: 3922
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    3. SONY MSX-M1GN 1GB High Speed Memory Stick(R) PRO Duo Media ( Red )

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    Asin: B0006IEV7E
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 12975
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    • 1GB maximum storage capacity
    • Designed to support read and write speeds of 80 Mbps on high speed enabled devices
    • Operating temperature range of -13? F to 185? F allows greater durability
    • Backwards compatible with devices that use Memory Stick(R) PRO Duo media
    • Included adaptor allows compatibility with Memory Stick(R) PRO media enabled devices

    4. Sony 256MB MEMORY STICK PRO-NEW ( MSX-256S )

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    Asin: B0002Z4554
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony Computer Peripherals
    Sales Rank: 684
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    5. Sony LF-X1 LocationFree 12.1" LCD TV
    list price: $1,499.99
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    Asin: B00061F2GA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 2996
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    Sony's LF-X1 LocationFree TV puts the age of mobile lifestyles and high-speed network connectivity at your fingertips in the form of a portable, broadband Internet-enabled LCD television system that you can use virtually anywhere in the world. Weighing less than an average laptop PC, the wireless LF-X1 consists of a 12.1-inch LCD TV with a standard 4:3 aspect ratio, 800 x 600 native pixel resolution, and an accompanying base station. The base station houses most connection terminals, an NTSC broadcast tuner, and a wireless transmitter. The monitor runs on a supplied rechargeable lithium battery, while the battery charger works on universal power (AC 100 to 240V) for use in most countries.

    LocationFree TV is lightweight and easy to tote from place to place.
    Using Sony's first dual-band wireless system (2.4 and 5 GHz), the base station transmits video content to the touch-panel screen--there's no mouse required. The set delivers stable video and audio signals without interference from other 2.4 GHz devices such as microwave ovens and cordless phones. Internet and TV content arrives from the base station by way of secured device authentication and encryption technology, making the system perfect for Internet surfing in WiFi hotspots and via Ethernet ports found in hotels, airports, and other locations.

    The innovative system employs the IEEE 802.11a/11g protocol for a wide selection of transmission channels, and it switches the channel automatically to minimize monitor interference across a range of up to 100 feet from the base station. The 802.11a/g standards support a higher bit rate than the conventional 802.11b standard, helping the set maintain stable, high-quality video images. The LocationFree TV also uses advanced QoS (Quality of Service) technology, which delivers extra bandwidth security for reliable audio/video transmissions, even in high-traffic wireless environments.

    Faroudja's DCDi (Directional Correlation Deinterlacing) is a video algorithm designed to eliminate the jagged edges along diagonal image lines resulting from video interpolation. DCDi monitors image edge transitions and fills in the gaps between frames.

    The LF-X1 is a multitasking chameleon. It weighs around 5 pounds and includes angled-line correction circuitry for smoothing out jagged lines; motion-adaptive I/P conversion circuitry for improving fast-moving action scenes; and a digital-audio amplifier for crisp sound with minimal distortion. It also features picture-in-picture capability and an audio/video input for connecting to a camcorder, game console, DVD player, or other entertainment device.

    The LocationFree TV autoselects the strongest wireless signal so you get the best transmission wherever you're watching.
    When the base station and the wireless monitor are each connected to the Internet through your existing ISP, you can easily and quickly access the Web, exchange e-mail, and shop online using the onscreen keyboard. It can also morph into a digital photo album, displaying custom slide shows from its built-in memory or from Memory Stick media, which plugs into a dedicated flash-memory port.

    Filling the role of an intuitive graphical use interface (GUI), the onscreen universal remote and onscreen keyboard heighten the LocationFree TV's uniqueness and versatility. Sony's GUI simplifies navigation of all aspects of the set. You can even use the screen itself as a remote to switch from channel to channel or from function to function. (A USB port facilitates hookup of an optional physical keyboard.)

    The base station houses an Ethernet port for broadband compatibility and 2 video inputs for audio/video components and other peripherals (S-video, composite-video). There's also IR blaster for added control and convenience and a USB port for connecting to an optional analog (dial-up) modem.

    What's in the Box
    TV, base station, a quick-start guide, an IR blaster, a rechargeable battery pack, an instruction manual, and a stylus. ... Read more


    • 12.1-inch TFT SVGA LCD monitor with touch panel and 800 x 600 native pixel resolution; 14.4 x 9.5 x 1.3 inches (W x H x D) monitor only
    • Dual-band wireless A/V transmission using 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g IEEE protocols; autoselects for the best signal
    • 3D digital comb filter, cross-color suppressor, noise reduction, 3:2 pulldown reversal, and motion adaptive IP conversion
    • Internet function, mail function, photo album, hand drawing function, Memory Stick slot, stereo speakers
    • Universal onscreen A/V remote commander controls most major brands of A/V components; supplied IR blaster wirelessly controls A/V components

    6. SONY DRU710A Internal Double Layer DVD Writer

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    Asin: B0002VS9ZU
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 1443
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    • Write Speeds - Up to 2.4x Double Layer DVD+R, 16x Single Layer DVD+R, 4x DVD+RW, 8x DVD-R, 4x DVD-RW, 48x CD-R, & 24x CD-RW
    • Read Speeds - Up to 16x DVD-ROM and 48x CD-ROM
    • Buffer Underrun Protection Technology
    • PC compatible and requires Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home, or Windows XP Professional
    • Wide Range of Compatible DVD+R/+RW Media


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    Asin: B0002Z45DG
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony Computer Peripherals
    Sales Rank: 7643
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    8. Sony DPP-FP30 Digital Photo Printer
    list price: $249.99
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    Asin: B00030DER8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 562
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    Why wait for the family to email photos to each other when you can print them instantly? The Sony DPP-FP30 pops out professional-quality photos quickly and easily, and it's compatible with both Windows-based PCs and PictBridge digital cameras. Speeds are a little faster when you're printing from your PC--you can expect 4-by-6-inch photo in about 90 seconds, compared to approximately 120 seconds from a digital camera's memory card. It'll only take a few clicks to make your photos look their best, thanks to the included imaging optimization software--reduce red eye, improve colors, or crop the edges.

    The dye-sublimation print process incorporates special laminated paper with snap-off edges, which is available in 4-by-6 and 3.5-by-5-inch sizes. This technology allows dye-sub printers to produce great looking photos even though they're rated at lower resolution than comparably priced inkjet models. The DPP-FP30 offers 8-bit color and 300 dpi resolution, producing borderless prints that are resistant to sticky fingerprints, ink smudges, and moisture. The 20-sheet paper tray stocks just enough to make sure everyone at your party gets a print to take home. Sony includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

    What's in the Box
    Sony DPP-FP30 photo printer, SVMF40P 40-sheet paper pack, paper tray, user's guide, quick start sheet, CD-ROM with drivers and PictureGear Studio application, warranty and registration card; USB cable not included ... Read more


    • Dye-sublimation technology, 8-bit color, 300 dpi resolution
    • Prints a 4-by-6-inch photo in about 90 seconds to 2 minutes
    • Borderless 4-by-6 and 3.5-by-5-inch photo sizes
    • Photos are resistant to fingerprints, water, and fading
    • USB 2.0 interface, PictBridge compatible; Windows compatible

    9. Sony MDR-A34G S2 Sports Headphones with Sweat Guard Mechanism
    list price: $19.99
    our price: $19.99
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    Asin: B000067G0J
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 866
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    These Sony headphones are super-lightweight, comfortable and safe. They have been designed with Sony's Sports Walkman series in mind. The MDR-A35G stereo headphones have a thin, lightweight and adjustable headband which allow you to fit them perfectly to your head's shape. The headphones are foldable (via three hinges) which allow for greater transportability; you can pack these away in your workout bag or in a jeans pocket. The moisture guard mechanism pulls sweat away from the ear canal, keeping your headphones drier and thus, better fitting and sounding. If you plan on listening to your MP3 player or radio while treadmilling in the gym, this feature will be greatly appreciated. The headphones are also water resistant; runners in wet environs will certainly find this advantageous.

    The open-air design removes undesirable resonance by allowing outside air to pass through the headphones; the result is a better sounding headphone. The open-air design is also a key factor in keeping you safe while you exercise. The headphones allow outside noises like horns, passing bikers and oncoming dogs to meet your ears, even with music playing. With sixteen millimeter drivers, although miniscule, you can expect to hear a good bass sound. Neodymium magnets, a rare feature on such economically priced headphones, provide maximum energy with minimal size. Meanwhile, the Sony Acoustic Turbo circuit is included for high efficiency; it gets high sonic output from your portable stereo, and extends bass response.

    The MDR-A35G's oxygen-free copper (OFC) Y-style cord is double-sided and is 3.9 feet long, allowing for ample movement and separation from the sound source. The gold-plated, L-shaped stereo mini-plug fits mini-plug jacks, not the full-size stereo jacks. The headphones are a flat black color.

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    Sony MDR-A35G headphones ... Read more


    • Folding construction is compact and portable
    • Acoustic Twin Turbo circuitry delivers powerful bass sound and high efficiency
    • Moisture Guard mechanism pulls sweat away from the ear canal
    • Comfortable vertical, in-the-ear design
    • Water resistant for outdoor use

    Reviews (9)

    3-0 out of 5 stars practical but not durable
    The quality of sound, especially the base, was wonderful. The collapsing headphones were extremely practical and slowed down the wear and tear of them in my backback, at the gym, etc.

    Nonetheless, after only 5 months, they were broken. This was not because of the collapsible section, but rather because of the rapid fraying of the part of the cord around the jack where the headphones are plugged in to the discman.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect!
    I bought these for $20, (good price for these), and dont regret it at all. They are light and stay on your head very well. I was on a trampoline doning flips and they stood on perfectly. They are also very comfortable. They stay in play and dont move in your ear so the plastic wont rubb against your ear. They sound great too. I had sony MDR-EX51LP's (more expensive) and i like these alot better. Base doesn't overtake the sound,vocals sound perfect,and background is great too! So for 20 bucks, these are the best you will get!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars I love this thing..!
    Bought this a few days back, and absolutely love it. The best thing about it is its weight; its so light, I often forget if its still on! A bit pricey, but then what the heck, a sony is never expected to be for the common money-minded man (well, I confess I've a weakness for gizmos!)

    Yup, the bass is not as rich as one would expect, but its not bad either. What I mean is, I did not regret it for anything.

    A good buy. Wish it was a bit cheaper, though! It makes up in its looks for all it lacks in the bass. So, no regrets.

    5-0 out of 5 stars great sound and comfort!
    I have always preferred the vertical in-the-ear style headphones since they were first introduced in the late 80's. These headphones are very comfortable to wear for several hours at a time. You will barely feel them. That's great, but how do they sound? They have excellent frequency response at 10 - 23,000Hz, and great sensitivity at 108 dB/mW. You will get good bass out of the tiny 16mm drivers. They are also water resistant, so you can wear them while exercising or in the rain. They are designed so the moisture will run down the band and drip off the bottom. I highly recommend these portable (and foldable) headphones.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good headphones, not for everyone though
    These are a good set of headphones. They are ok at everything, great at nothing. Bass, midbass, treble are all average. Where these headphones standout is when working out, especially running.

    They allow you to hear just enough to make them safe but filter out most of the noise. But comfort is their biggest bonus. Earbud headphones falloff. Wrap-arounds leave your ears red and sore. Closed ear types absorb sweat, and look odd. These are the perfect compromise. They don't fall out, don't pinch your ear, and they have a canal for sweat to roll down and out of your ear.

    Bottom line, if you want library headphones look somewhere else. You want a workout set this is your model. ... Read more

    10. Sony 512MB MEMORY STICK PRO-NEW ( MSX-512S )

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    Asin: B0002Z455O
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony Computer Peripherals
    Sales Rank: 1615
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    11. Sony ICD-BM1 Slide Control Digital Dictating Machine and Portable Recorder

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    Asin: B00015H0XE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 4498
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    • Convenient Slide Control for simple use
    • Uses removable MemoryStick digital memory cards (One 16MB card is included)
    • 3-Speed Recording - Up to 247 Minutes recording per 16MB memory card at slowest speed
    • Compatible for use with DRAGON Naturally Speaking Voice-to-Print computer software
    • Has USB port for rapid data transfer with a PC

    Reviews (5)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Included Sony Voice Editor Software Incompatibility
    I returned the Sony ICB BM1 due to the loud audible "click" it inserts into the recording whenever it is paused. Sony tech support said that it was a characteristic of all BM1's, not just the unit I had. Then I find that the Sony Voice Editor software is incompatible with my Windows XP Media Center pc, and the more current Voice Editor software which came with the BM1 does a "dirty" uninstall (leaves it's own dll files in the windows\system folder rather than the Windows dll files it replaced). This caused my Sony ICD MS515 Voice Editor software (an earlier version) not to work. After a week back and forth with Sony tech support, their conclusion is that ALL Sony Voice Editor software is incompatible with Windows XP Media Center pc's, and I was just out of luck that my older Sony ICD MS515 Voice Editor (and the recorder) wouldn't work now after working fine for seven months. I'll never by Sony again, and am waiting for the new Olympus DS-2200.

    5-0 out of 5 stars BM-1 Works GREAT With Dragon NatSpeak Pro
    I checked around several places before I made my BM-1 purchase. First of all, these puppies were hard to find anywhere much less get anyone on the phone who could tell me very much about the product. I found what I was looking for at where I was able to speak to someone who could explain in more detail to me how the Sony BM 1 would work with Dragon NaturallySpeaking Pro which I also own. The accuracy with the recorder is about 98% which I'm very pleased with. The slide switch is great because all the main functions are in one place.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Probably the best IC Recorder available as of 04/2004
    I've had this unit for approximately 5 months, during which time it has been almost continuously strapped to my belt.

    The unit is finished very well, with a brushed aluminum case and a belt case that allows quick removal of the recorder, and also for storage of spare Memory Sticks in 2 pouches on the side.

    If you own other Sony devices, this one uses the same USB trransfer cable, and also of course takes the Memory Stick cards which are proprietary to the Sony brand.

    The software was simple to install and operate, though I was a little disappointed that unlike the cheaper Sony ICD-MS515, this unitl is not shipped with the Dragon Naturally Speaking software. The Sony codec is not installed to the PC for encoding, only decoding. The internal mic has adjustable sensitivity, but I use it mainly on the conference microphone setting rather than the dictation, because I rarely use it for the latter. The intermal mic provides very adequate audio quality, picking up speech from 10-15 feet away without excessive noise, though I'm sure an external would be even better. The built in speaker is barely adequate!

    However, when compares to that MS515, the operation of the unit itself is much simpler. Those of you that hate software menus and prefer solid switches and buttons will love this unit. Although there is a configuration menu, most operations are accomplished with the use of high quality switches. For example, the main toggle allows the user to switch between record, stop and play effortlessly, and inserting or adding to an existing recording is easily done. In fact, I would say that it's designed to operate like the earlier generation tape devices, but without the limitations of that medium - easy.

    The quality of sound from this equipment is far in excess of what will normally be required. the High quality setting operates at a sampling rate of 44kHz, similar to CD quality, and when played back on a PC with good qualityh speakers, it shows. The medium quality is more than adequate for most purposes, and will provide you up to approx 20 hours of recording on a 128MB memory stick - more than adequate for me. I don't even bother using the lowest quality setting, although it's adequate for most purposes and substantially free from artefacts, as are the other modes.

    I use NiMH batteries rather than disposable alkaline, my small contribution to the planet, and I do find that the batteries will last for about 4 hours of recording, whereas high performance alkalines would last much, muich longer. the main power switch can tend to be knocked on or off in the carry case, which can be annoying, but actually, it uses very little power unless in an active mode such as recording or playback, so I don't see that as a fatal flaw. Inserting and removing the Memory Stick is a snap, there being a solid click when the card is properly positioned, and the display confirms that the card is being read, and how much space (relatively) remains. The display is easy to read, and can be configured to tell you different information about such as time remaining on card, time spent on this track, volume levels (VU meters) etc. easily be pressing the display button.

    All in all, although I have had the opportunity to trade this unit for another, I declined to do so. It's worth mentioning also that this recorder is sufficiently advanced to be used even for legal recording and transcription (IMO) with the optional paddle equipment.

    As with all free information, your mileage may vary....

    4-0 out of 5 stars The first of its kind
    At last a voice recorder with 44.1 Hz sound that uses removable media. No one can match it at the moment. True easy to use buttons and slide switch as that of a traditional recorder. Shame sony decided not to make it compatible with memory stick pro. Consider the Olympus DS-2200 before buying as it has similar voice quality and uses the much preferred xD-Picture Card. However I don't think it supports voice recognition software such as Dragon naturally speaking which the sony does.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible functionality - no mac compatability.
    I just bought this Sony ICD-BM1 and I am very unhappy with it. First off, there's no way to write-protect your messages. Once you record something, it's very easy to accidentally record over it. You can't save or lock or protect your recordings! This is a major problem because of the slide switch. All you have to do is accidentally push past stop and you'll start recording over your message.

    I recorded something last night and one of my coworkers accidentally recorded over part of it just now!!! Infuriating! Now you just hear me screaming "no, no, no!" as I'm trying to stop the damage.

    There's also no pause or hold feature to prevent you from accidentally turning the recorder on and killing your batteries. The off/on toggle can very easily be switched on in your bag.

    At this price level, you'd expect better features from a brand like Sony. Shame on them. I'm furious with them and hope I can return it.

    DOES NOT WORK WITH MAC!!!! ... Read more

    12. Sony DPP-EX50 Digital Photo Printer
    list price: $279.95
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    Asin: B0001GDE8S
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 688
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    Product Description

    3.8-megapixel high-resolution photo-quality printing * 16.7 million colors * dye-sublimation technology (403 x 403 dpi) * print photos directly from Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO®, and CompactFlash * print photos from computer via USB connection * print photos from a digital camera with PictBridge capability * composite video output, for TV display * borderless 4" x 6", 3-1/2" x 5", and 3-1/2" x 4" print sizes * high-speed printing (approximately 80 seconds for 4" x 6" print; 70 seconds for 3-1/2" x 5" print) * print from Windows® via USB (driver supplied) * Windows-compatible software (CD-ROM) * USB 1.1 port * 3-3/8"W x 7-7/8"H x 11-1/2"D * warranty: 1 year ... Read more


    • Dye-sublimation technology with 403 x 403 dpi resolution
    • Prints 4-by-6-inch photo in just 80 seconds
    • Black-and-white LCD; set options and print without a PC
    • PictureGear Studio Version 2.0 photo editing software
    • USB 1.1, Memory Stock, and CompactFlash interfaces; PictBridge compatible

    13. Sony 128 MB Memory Stick Media (MSH-128A)

    our price: $37.99
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    Asin: B00022TN36
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 302
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    • Memory Stick Digital Data Storage
    • Ultra-Small, Thin Design
    • 128 MB Storage Capacity
    • Erasure Prevention Switch
    • 10 Pin Connector for High Reliability

    14. Sony CPA-9C CD/MD Cassette Adaptor with Self-Adjusting, Spring-Loaded Head
    list price: $14.99
    our price: $12.99
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    Asin: B00005T39Y
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 194
    Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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    The Sony CPA-9C cassette adaptor allows you to connect your minidisc or CD player to a vehicle cassette player. While this Sony product works best with Sony CD and MD players, the adaptor will operate with non-Sony products as well. There are a couple of key features to this adaptor which make it a fine choice. The first notable feature is the spring-loaded head. The head will automatically adjust itself to your vehicle's cassette deck, ensuring that the two heads have optimum contact and transfer the best possible sound. The second key feature is the silent mechanism. A silent mechanism yields less operational noise and a better quality MD or CD sound. This adaptor works with all cassette players which require you to insert the tape opening facing the side. The mini-plug inserts into a portable CD or MD headphone jack. The cassette adaptor is a cheap way to make your vehicle CD and MD operational.

    What's in the Box
    Sony CPA-9C Cassette Adaptor ... Read more


    • Compatible with car cassette decks that have side tape opening
    • Self-adjusting spring head and silent mechanism
    • Ideal for use with Sony's MiniDisc and Discman CD players
    • Mini-plug inserts into CD or MD player's headphone jack
    • Works with non-Sony products

    Reviews (18)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Puts an FM transmitter to shame!
    I had my choice between getting an FM transmitter or this tape adapter. I chose the tape adapter, and havnt looked back once. The product works great and sound quality is very, very good.

    One small glitch I experienced was when i used it on my car sound system, it was very very low until it adjusted, then all of a sudden started blasting the music.

    4-0 out of 5 stars One thing annoying
    I think the sound quality this product offers is quite nice.
    One thing that annoys me is that it makes clicking sound
    with regular interval, like a grandfather clock with a
    pendulum. I own a 99 camry, and could this be a problem
    with my car? Anyone with similar experience, please
    share your know-how of how you got over it. If you play
    a loud song that sound is shadowed, but you'll be pretty much
    annoyed when you play quieter ones.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Its worth the money...
    recently, i bought the "sony car adaptor" for my vehicle, and i had mixed feelings. First of all, people complaining about the bass must have a Mp3 set up problem, because even with the bass turned off on my "diskman", it still sets in strong. The sound is decent, but you gotta turn your volume control all the way up to get it to blast loud enough. It also dosent seem like its very durable. But all that aside, if you need a cheap way to play CD quality tunes through your cassette deck, this is the one

    1-0 out of 5 stars better adapters are apparently cheaper
    i bought this unit out of a best buy. i chose the more expensive sony name because my previous adapter's wiring was becomming faulty, and i thought i could count on the name to deliver a better product. turned out to be a bad idea.

    not only is the previously-mentioned dull hum noise absolutely mind-numbingly frustrating after about 5 minutes of play, but the volume is so low. the treble is way to high, and the bass portion is bearly audiable, even when messing around with the mp3 players controls or the deck's controlls manually. turning up the volume on the deck only makes the humming get louder. turning up the volume on my mp3 player does nothing but waste battery life. other people have said that you can't expect so much out of a tape deck, but out of the 3 cassettee adapters ive owned (the others being cheaper and lasting for at least a year) this has definately been the worst.

    this is the first review ive written, but i had to contribute after this disappointment.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great item
    I originally bought this item thinking it would fit in any tape deck. I have a 76 Firebird with the original 8-track and I wanted to listen to some CCR CDs without wearing headphones or bringing a jam box in the car. Well, it didn't fit the 8-track so I upgraded to a regular cassette player so I could use the adapter. It works great now! The clarity is killer and I love the way I can just plug it into my jam box on the passenger seat and rock out. Awesome product! ... Read more

    15. Sony DVD+R DL 4X+R 16X +RW 8X-R ( DRU720A )
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $119.99
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    Asin: B00078CTPY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 9679
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    Product Description

    Sony’s newest Double Layer, Dual Format DVD/CD burner has several DVD recording performance increases. DVD+R burning speed is a blazing 16X max, burning a full DVD in approximately 6 minutes. Double Layer Recording speed has increased to 4X max. DVD+RW speed has also increased, with DVD+RW burning at 8X max and DVD-RW burning at 6X max. What hasn’t changed is the DRU-720A comes bundled with an unbeatable Nero 6.6 software suite and also includes a black front panel to match black colored PCs.

    • Ultra-Fast 16X max Double Layer/Dual Format DVD Burner
    • 16X max DVD+R/+RW & Double Layer DVD Burning
    • Includes Nero 6.6 Software Suite
    • Black Faceplate Included
    • Works With 4.7GB DVD+R/+RW and 8.5GB Double Layer Discs
    • Record Up To 4 Hours Of Video on Double Layer Discs
    • Easy To Install EIDE/ATAPI Interface Drive For Windows® 2000/XP
    • Preserve Home Movies On DVD
    • Back Up Your Computer, Make Music Discs, and More
    • Ultra Fast CD Burning Too
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    • Compatible with Windows 2000 or Windows XP Home or Professional Operating Systems
    • Ultra-Fast 16X max Double Layer/Dual Format DVD Burner
    • Works With 4.7 GB DVD+R/+RW and 8.5 GB Double Layer Discs
    • Record Up To 4 Hours Of Video on Double Layer Discs
    • 16X max DVD+R/+RW & Double Layer DVD Burning

    16. SONY SU-GW12 A/V Stand

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    Asin: B0006JI3M2
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 32472
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    • Designed to match the KDF-55WF655, KDF-55XS955, KDF-60WF655 and KDF-60XS955
    • Dimensions (WxHxD) -66 1/2 x 17 3/8 x 16 3/8 (1688.2 x 440 x 415 mm)
    • Weight -115 lbs. 11 7/8 oz. (52.5 kg)

    17. SONY VGP-PRS2 Port Replicator

    our price: $172.99
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    Asin: B0007KQOK8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony CE
    Sales Rank: 15335
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    Product Description

    Sony's worldwide reputation for creating unique, attractive, high-quality, advanced technology products rests on a long line of innovations embraced by people from all walks of life. With a diverse product lineup serving a variety of lifestyles and industries, Sony continuously strives to introduce new products and technologies to meet changing market needs. ... Read more

    18. Sony DUO MSH-M128A 128 MB Memory Stick
    list price: $74.99
    our price: $54.14
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    Asin: B0000D8HLL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 1291
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    • Ideal for use in small digital devices
    • Compatible with standard-size Memory Stick media
    • 123 MB available storage
    • Transfer speeds up to 100 Mbps

    19. Sony DCRDVD200 MiniDVD Handycam Camcorder with 2.5" LCD and Digital Still Capability

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    Asin: B0000DKHIP
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 1319
    Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    • DVD Format Video Recording
    • Professional Quality Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar Lens
    • 10X Optical/120X Digital Zoom
    • Progressive Shutter System
    • DVD-R/RW format plays back in most DVD players, Play Station 2 consoles and DVD-ROM drives

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Comment on review by: A Customer from Maine
    I was just commenting on the previous review, questioning why a reviewer would copy/paste info and submit it for three different cameras. What I found was that the reviewer was trying to explain the differences between the three cameras, so that the consumer can make an educated decision as to which camera suits them best comparing features and price. I found the reviews very helpful, and it actually helped me to decide which model I wanted to buy. I'm sure that is what makes this individual a reviewer in the top 100 at amazon.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great camcorder
    While the price is higher than other camcorders on the market, I think this product is worth it. It's easy to set up and use, the editing software for the computer is decent, and I'm able to get high quality footage and share it with family and friends.

    One note of caution: the software really does require a higher speed computer and/or updated platforms like Windows XP. It ended up leading to the demise of our old computer (a Windows ME), but functions much better on our new one that has XP.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great videocamera
    This camera made it to Oprah's 2003 Favorite Things List. That prompted me to take a look at it, and I was really impressed! We ended up buying it, and we're so glad that we did. Wow, what a great video-camera! It's compact, quiet, and very easy to use. We were able to set it up & record without even opening the instruction manual. The playback quality on the LCD screen is amazing, and the sound quality is near-perfect. I'm so happy with this camera. I highly recommend it for its ease of use, light & comfortable size, and the simplicity of recording directly onto a dvd. No more copying from small tapes to larger VHS tapes for me! That was such a frustrating experience and the editing quality was horrible.

    I'm really pleased that I'll be able to share video of my daughter with friends and family who have dvd players, or video viewing capability on their computers.

    FOLLOW-UP: We took this camcorder to Sea World and the footage was excellent. It was nice not to have to lug around a heavy piece of equipment while trying to transport a toddler, stroller, etc. Once we got home, I put together a 5 minute edited video using the ImageMixer software from Sony (included when we purchased the camera). Wow, it was so user-friendly! I added some of my own music to it, as well as some text to some scenes. Then we burned the edited project to a simple, inexpensive CD-R instead of DVD-R, for family/friends to view on their computers. I checked, and many in-home computers have some sort of video viewing software such as Windows Media Player, or another compatible program.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very Pleased with this product!
    I purchased this product when my son turned 7 months old, just 1 month before his first x-mas.
    I looked at all the competition and quickly singled it down to either the Sony DVD200 or DVD300. For an extra 100 or so dollars I could have bought the DVD300, but the 3.5 LCD screen was not important to me. The only difference in the DVD200 and the DVD300 is the LCD Screen size.

    The ease of use is great! 5 Stars there!
    The noise and vibration is almost un-noticable. Don't be worried by others comments about the vibration and noise. I noticed it as soon as I put the DVD Disk into the camcorder, but while video "taping" I didn't feel a thing.
    The zoom is great, and I am very happy with the lens. I like the special features such as being able to change the lens, put filters on the lens, add flash and mic. hardware as well.

    If I had to find something I didn't like about the camcorder it would have to be the Pixela software that comes with it. I own a Sony Digital Camera that came with similar SW, and was not pleased with that either. I wish sony would just get away from Pixela!

    Overall, if you are in the price range of 600 - 1200 dollars for a camcorder, there is really no other reasonable product to compare it to. I was planning on spending approx. $600, but the benefits of doing this right out weighed the 300+ I haad to shell out.

    Things I don't use that got bad reviews: 1 meg. pix. still shots. If you are buying a camcorder for still shots don't buy this or any camcorder. BUY A CAMERA!

    Also, the only concern I had going into this product was how do you stop and start again with DVD technology. I was so happy to find out that when you stop recording the DVD is indexed. So if you start and stop 6 times, you will have 6 imaged indexes to look at. If you just want to keep recording after every time you stop, simply press the record button and it will take off from your last track. Nothing to worry about with respet to stopping and starting over and over again.

    ----This review was based on about 10 hours of use, and was not used with DVD-RW DVD's. I only used DVD-R DVD's. DVD-RW's offer in camera editing, but might not work on all DVD players. However, if you don't edit inside the camcorder, it will work fine and you can use the Disk up to 1000 (one thousand) times.

    4-0 out of 5 stars same as DCR-DVD300 except for smaller LCD
    the DCR-DVD200 is at the middle of the recently released line of miniDVD camcorders from sony. other models in this line are the DCR-DVD300 and DCR-DVD100. the main difference the three camcorders in this line are LCD size and CCD resolution:
    - DCR-DVD300: 3.5" LCD, 1MP CCD
    - DCR-DVD200: 2.5" LCD, 1MP CCD
    - DCR-DVD100: 2.5" LCD, 640K CCD

    - records dolby digital stereo.
    - carl zeiss lens.
    - 10x optical zoom.
    - video quality almost at par with miniDV camcorders (at slower recording modes).
    - Super SteadyShot image stabilization system - and sony's system really helps.
    - three low light shooting modes: Nightshot, Super Nightshot, and Color Slow Shutter.
    - great connectivity options: firewire, USB 2.0, S-video, headphone, mic input, etc.
    - USB 2.0 support for fast downloads.
    - the convenience of DVD navigation - simply select the scene and you're there!
    - supports analog-to-digital conversion.
    - hot accessory shoe with lots of optional accessories.

    - expensive - as with most sony products, you pay a premium, plus you pay for DVD convergence.
    - average low light performance.
    - no memory stick support; if you want to take a still picture, it is saved on the DVD.
    - mic picks up DVD spinning noise in quiet environments.
    - finalizing a DVD takes upwards of 10 minutes, and it can be a confusing process.
    - don't expect much from the still images recorded, even at 1MP resolution.
    - no pop-up flash for taking stills and no built in video light but you can get a flash/video combo light for less than a hundred bucks.
    - smaller LCD (2.5") vs the DVD300 (3.5").
    - no manual focus ring.
    - getting video into editing software (e.g. Final Cut Pro) is harder than it should be.
    - not Mac friendly.
    - poor battery life with included battery so add $$ to your budget to buy a higher capacity spare.
    - compared to current release camcorders, this is a pretty big one at 3.1 x 3.8 x 5.6" weighing 1 lb 6 oz.

    this is a nice, solid effort by sony and i give them points for dvd convergence. however, in my opinion, the DCR-DVD200 is too big and not easy to use. it's expensive for the feature set but the alternative to this dvd camcorder (a miniDV tape camcorder and DVD recorder combo) is even more expensive. i already have a dvd recorder so for me, a smaller and easier to use miniDV camcorder makes more sense. if this is your situation as well, i would recommend a panasonic gs-70 or sony's pc-105, both miniDV camcorders. otherwise, if you want a finalized DVD straight out of your camcorder, consider the DCR-DVD200.

    a final note. if you have decided you want to record directly to a DVD, which camcorder should you buy? DCR-DVD200 or DCR-DVD300 or DCR-DVD100? you save seventy bucks (street price) by going to the DVD100 but in my opinion, you give up a lot by going to a 640K CCD so i wouldn't recommend going there. if you want a bigger 3.5" LCD, it'll cost you an extra seventy bucks. i think this is a fair price for the upgrade.

    i hope this helps you with your buying decision. peace. ... Read more

    20. Sony MSAC-US30Memory Stick USB Reader/Writer

    our price: $40.99
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    Asin: B0000C4DX5
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 1850
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Idea!
    Ok, so I go into Best Buy to buy this thing which I bought for my son and have no idea what it does. So when I get it home, he takes his Memory Stick from his camera and sricks it into the reader. He has to do a project for school so he saves his project onto the stick, takes it to school, prints it out, and he gets it. Good idea if you don't want to spend huge $$$ for flash drives. ... Read more

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