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41. Sony 512MB MEMORY STICK PRO-DUO
$284.99 $227.95 list($349.95)
42. Sony NW-HD3 Network Walkman 20
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43. Sony VAIO VGN-S260P 13.3" Notebook
$284.99 list($349.95)
44. Sony NW-HD3 Network Walkman 20
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45. Sony SDM-S53 15.1" LCD Display-grey
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46. Sony DVP-NC875V/B 5-Disc DVD/CD/SACD
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47. Sony KDE-42XS955 42" Widescreen
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48. Sony NW-E107 Network Walkman 1
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49. Sony CDPCX455 400 Disc MegaStorage
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50. Sony KLV-26HG2 26" WEGA Flat-Panel
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51. Sony NW-E105PS Network Walkman
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52. Sony KDE-50XS955 50" Widescreen
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53. SONY DRU710A Internal Double Layer
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54. Sony HT-DDW660 Home Theater System
$69.99 $69.00 list($109.99)
55. Sony D-SJ303 S2 Sports CD Walkman
$195.00 list($199.99)
56. Sony CLIE PEG-TJ27 Handheld
$4,051.99
57. SONY KDE42XBR950 42-Inch Flat
$1,999.00 list($2,199.99)
58. Sony KP-57WS520 57" Hi-Scan 1080i
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59. Sony XBRITE SDM-HS75P/B 17" LCD
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60. Sony DCR-PC55 MiniDV Handycam

41. Sony 512MB MEMORY STICK PRO-DUO HIGH SPEED ( MSXM-512N )

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Asin: B0002Z45DG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony Computer Peripherals
Sales Rank: 7643
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42. Sony NW-HD3 Network Walkman 20 GB Digital Music Player (Silver)
list price: $349.95
our price: $284.99
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Asin: B0007MU1Y6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 3758
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

plays MP3 and ATRAC3 files * converts WMA and WAV files to ATRAC3 format for playback * USB 2.0 cable * earbud headphones * ... Read more

Features

  • Accessories: SonicStage Software, Headphones (MDR-E931LP), Carrying Pouch, USB Cable, AC Power Adapter
  • 20 GB Digital Music Player stores 13,000 tracks
  • Plays back in MP3 and ATRAC Audio Formats
  • Up to 30 hours of playback
  • Get 50 songs from Connect.com with product registration

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy by name, reap the benefits...
I had purchased the Network Walkman after my iPod was stolen.I had used the iPod and discovered all of its perks and downfalls.The Walkman, to me, is 10x as sexy and as functional.The only downfall is the digital equalizer, which doesn't help the sounds quality whatsoever.What you need is a good pair of headphones.The songs go on a lot easier than the iPod's music match and iTunes.My problem at the moment is finding an FM transmitter as good as the iTrip.Buy this product, it comes in your favorite color.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Sound is Incredible but I had to exchange the original
I bought the Sony HD3 in lieu of the IPOD because of all the reviews I read stating that Sony had the best sound. I was not disapointed with the sound--it's amazing. HOWEVER, I had to exchange it after only four days because the flimsy power button bent when my fingernail accidentally slipped under it. The power button on this device is very thin and should anything get caught underneath it, it will easily bend. This is something Sony should consider modifying with the HD5 that is scheduled to be out this year.

Also: The software is not the best but not as bad as some reviews would lead you to believe.

The best reason to buy this MP3 player: The sound--it's awesome. Also the battery life is a plus but don't count on getting 30 hours unless you convert to the Sony format.

4-0 out of 5 stars NW-HD5 IN MAY
IF you are considering this you might want to wait until may when sony releases the NW-HD5, it has an even longer battery life (40 hours ATRAC, 30 hours Mp3) and a user-replaceable battery. Pictures are on engadget.com

5-0 out of 5 stars Spend some TIME with it, and fall in love
If you spend some time with this player it is equal to or better then the ipod. I've used an ipod before and its great. But when researching to choose which player I wanted to invest $300 on, I downloaded the manual from each of the players respected manufacturers (apple, sony, iriver, creative). When directly comparing the HD-3 to the ipod (the "most popular player") they both have the same annoying features. Ipod uses only itunes to transfer music and sony uses sonicstage. Sonicstage version 3 was pretty simple to figure out. I loaded up my library from my pc and then transfered album by album to the hd3. It was the same procedure the ipod manual describes.
The HD3 does have a playlists option in which you bookmark songs. Ipod calls it "on the go something" but both have you holda button to add the track to a my favorite playlist which is a few menus away from the opening screen. Its no problem.

Shuffling is also easy to figure out. It's about the same explanation you would see with any sony audio device. I mean the manual came from Japan but its written in english. So stop whinning. The HD3 actually gives you more shuffling options than ipod. You can shuffle all the tracks, or all the albums, or all the artists, or choose to shuffle tracks within an artist or album group.

Overall the HD3 has way better sound and a much longer battery life than any other player including ipod. Plus if the battery dies YOU can replace instead of paying someone to do it. The HD3 is also smaller, sleeker, and looks cooler. Plus when do sony products break? I still use a six year old cd player.

So don't let U2 convince you to buy an ipod. Buy a freaking awesome player that is unique and much cooler.

No I don't work for sony, I work at Publix. Its a grocery store.

4-0 out of 5 stars Apple better watch out..but Sony has a few things to fix.
Sony has released a sure threat to the iPod. The HD3 is sleeker and has a better battery life than the iPod. The UI isn't the greatest but still quite good. The Sonic Stage software is what baffles me. Sony had a winner until they decided to throw in the SS software which I must say needs a lot to be desired. Its not the most user friendly and it frustrating at times.

Having said that this product is hands down better than the iPod. ... Read more


43. Sony VAIO VGN-S260P 13.3" Notebook PC (Intel Pentium M Processor 735 (Centrino), 512 MB RAM, 60 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD-RW Drive)
list price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B0002Y9LEA
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Sony CE
Sales Rank: 16
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44. Sony NW-HD3 Network Walkman 20 GB Digital Music Player (Black)
list price: $349.95
our price: $284.99
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Asin: B0007MU1J6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 3232
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

What do you want in a digital music player? The NW-HD3 has it. You can store up to 13,000 tracks. The player has direct MP3 compatibility, so you can quickly transfer your music. And, it can go for up to 30 hours with one charge. 20GB Hard Drive Digital Music Player stores 13,000 tracks at 48kbps when using Sony's ATRAC3plus ... Read more

Features

  • Accessories: SonicStage Software, Headphones (MDR-E931LP), Carrying Pouch, USB Cable, AC Power Adapter
  • 20 GB Digital Music Player stores 13,000 tracks
  • Plays back in MP3 and ATRAC Audio Formats
  • Up to 30 hours of playback
  • Get 50 songs from Connect.com with product registration

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy by name, reap the benefits...
I had purchased the Network Walkman after my iPod was stolen.I had used the iPod and discovered all of its perks and downfalls.The Walkman, to me, is 10x as sexy and as functional.The only downfall is the digital equalizer, which doesn't help the sounds quality whatsoever.What you need is a good pair of headphones.The songs go on a lot easier than the iPod's music match and iTunes.My problem at the moment is finding an FM transmitter as good as the iTrip.Buy this product, it comes in your favorite color.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Sound is Incredible but I had to exchange the original
I bought the Sony HD3 in lieu of the IPOD because of all the reviews I read stating that Sony had the best sound. I was not disapointed with the sound--it's amazing. HOWEVER, I had to exchange it after only four days because the flimsy power button bent when my fingernail accidentally slipped under it. The power button on this device is very thin and should anything get caught underneath it, it will easily bend. This is something Sony should consider modifying with the HD5 that is scheduled to be out this year.

Also: The software is not the best but not as bad as some reviews would lead you to believe.

The best reason to buy this MP3 player: The sound--it's awesome. Also the battery life is a plus but don't count on getting 30 hours unless you convert to the Sony format.

4-0 out of 5 stars NW-HD5 IN MAY
IF you are considering this you might want to wait until may when sony releases the NW-HD5, it has an even longer battery life (40 hours ATRAC, 30 hours Mp3) and a user-replaceable battery. Pictures are on engadget.com

5-0 out of 5 stars Spend some TIME with it, and fall in love
If you spend some time with this player it is equal to or better then the ipod. I've used an ipod before and its great. But when researching to choose which player I wanted to invest $300 on, I downloaded the manual from each of the players respected manufacturers (apple, sony, iriver, creative). When directly comparing the HD-3 to the ipod (the "most popular player") they both have the same annoying features. Ipod uses only itunes to transfer music and sony uses sonicstage. Sonicstage version 3 was pretty simple to figure out. I loaded up my library from my pc and then transfered album by album to the hd3. It was the same procedure the ipod manual describes.
The HD3 does have a playlists option in which you bookmark songs. Ipod calls it "on the go something" but both have you holda button to add the track to a my favorite playlist which is a few menus away from the opening screen. Its no problem.

Shuffling is also easy to figure out. It's about the same explanation you would see with any sony audio device. I mean the manual came from Japan but its written in english. So stop whinning. The HD3 actually gives you more shuffling options than ipod. You can shuffle all the tracks, or all the albums, or all the artists, or choose to shuffle tracks within an artist or album group.

Overall the HD3 has way better sound and a much longer battery life than any other player including ipod. Plus if the battery dies YOU can replace instead of paying someone to do it. The HD3 is also smaller, sleeker, and looks cooler. Plus when do sony products break? I still use a six year old cd player.

So don't let U2 convince you to buy an ipod. Buy a freaking awesome player that is unique and much cooler.

No I don't work for sony, I work at Publix. Its a grocery store.

4-0 out of 5 stars Apple better watch out..but Sony has a few things to fix.
Sony has released a sure threat to the iPod. The HD3 is sleeker and has a better battery life than the iPod. The UI isn't the greatest but still quite good. The Sonic Stage software is what baffles me. Sony had a winner until they decided to throw in the SS software which I must say needs a lot to be desired. Its not the most user friendly and it frustrating at times.

Having said that this product is hands down better than the iPod. ... Read more


45. Sony SDM-S53 15.1" LCD Display-grey

our price: $279.99
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Asin: B0000ANEZL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 60872
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Amazon.com Product Description

Sony's SDM-S53 15-inch LCD monitor offers outstanding viewing performance, reduced power consumption, and versatile ergonomics. With 1,024 x 768 resolution, 500:1 contrast ratio, and ErgoBright technology, images are crisp and sharp. And, plug-and-play setup makes getting started a breeze for both PC and Mac users alike.

Sony's ErgoBright technology offers the unique capability of automatically sensing light levels in your surrounding environment and automatically adjusts screen brightness accordingly, from 50 to 300 nits. Not only does this aid viewing comfort, but it also works to save you money. And, if you work in a consistent light setting, the ErgoBright technology can be switched off in favor of one of three permanent settings (high, medium, or low).

The SDM-S53 offers a removable base for optional VESA wall-mounting, plus wide 160-degree degree horizontal viewing (140 degrees vertical). When operating with the stand, users will appreciate the adjustable height features, along with a wide tilt range from -5 to +30 degrees.

The SDM-S53 comes backed by a generous three-year warranty on parts and labor, and includes everything you'll need to get started.

What's in the Box
SDM-S53 flat panel display with removable base, AC power cord, CD-ROM (including Manual; DOS, Win & Mac Utility Files; Display Adjustment Software), HD15 video signal cable, Quick Setup Guide, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Wide 160-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • 25 ms response time, 500:1 contrast ratio
  • Auto-sensing ErgoBright technology
  • PC and Mac compatible, 3 year warranty

46. Sony DVP-NC875V/B 5-Disc DVD/CD/SACD Changer (Black)
list price: $179.95
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Asin: B0002KQR1Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 622
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Amazon.com Product Description

Video and audio buffs rejoice: Sony's 5-disc, DVP-NC875V/B changer handles all your DVD, CD, and Super Audio CD (SACD) needs--including playback of MP3 music and JPEG image CDs. The player gives you all the convenience of a carousel changer--continuous playback, play exchange--as well progressive-scan video outputs with Precision Cinema Progressive technology and cool enhancements like Sony's Precision Drive 3 system for playing damaged discs.

The DVP-NC875V/B plays just about any disc out there, from DVD-Video to DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, and DVD+RW. And whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the DVP-NC875V/B stands ready to deliver the full potential of your DVDs through Sony's Precision Cinema Progressive de-interlacer (scanning) with 3:2 pulldown processing. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

Precision Cinema Progressive technology uses a 12-bit video DAC (digital-to-analog converter) with high-bandwidth, 108 MHz processing to detect image changes at the pixel level, rather than at the level of whole scan lines. That makes this player's picture more faithful to the source--whether film or video--because it uses separate, optimized algorithms to handle different pixel behaviors. Separate algorithms are also used to process the moving and still parts of an image, resulting in sharp backgrounds with moving objects that are free from motion artifacts.

DVD mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 reverse pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture. Composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television.

Depending on the disc, SACD music releases provide super high-fidelity multichannel and/or stereo sound. As an anti-piracy measure, the DVP-NC875V/B performs its own decoding of SACD signals, passing high-resolution analog, not digital, audio to your integrated amplifier or surround receiver. This means you'll need an audio/video receiver with multichannel analog-audio inputs to appreciate multichannel SACD releases. Built-in SACD bass management helps you tailor the output level of the ".1" LFE (low-frequency effects) channel to your system, as an appropriate level may differ from the output level appropriate for Dolby Digital and DTS surround mixes.

If you're not planning to use the SACD capability for multichannel programming, both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can also be routed through the player's digital-audio outputs (1 each RCA coaxial and Toslink optical) for simpler connection to a compatible receiver (multichannel analog and digital-audio interconnects are not supplied).

Precision Drive 3 provides a mechanism for reading DVDs that are in less than perfect condition, eliminating errors in playback due to imperfect, scratched, or warped discs.

As soon as you hook up the DVD player, a special Quick Setup screen appears ready to guide you through configuration, step by step, screen by screen. DVD resume memory kicks in whenever you stop a DVD. Later, when you come back to it, the player will pick up right where you left off before. The player holds resume points for an impressive 40 discs.

Other playback features include 10-second instant replay, DVD/CD Text display (with applicable discs), a digital video enhancer, digital video EQ (equalization), custom parental control memory for 40 discs, as well as Advanced SmoothScan and SmoothSlow Modes.

What's in the Box
DVD player, remote control, 2 AA remote batteries, a stereo analog audio/composite-video interconnect, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 5-disc carousel DVD changer with playback support for DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, stereo/multichannel SACD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 CD, and JPEG CD
  • Precision Cinema Progressive video output renders seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Precision Drive 3 with Dynamic Tilt Compensation improves readability of damaged discs
  • 12-bit video DAC with 108 MHz processing for pristine video (through component-video, S-video, and composite-video outputs)
  • Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel digital surround decoding and output (for use with compatible AV receivers and speaker systems)

47. Sony KDE-42XS955 42" Widescreen WEGA Plasma Flat-Panel TV with Integrated HDTV Tuner
list price: $6,999.99
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Asin: B00061ZNV4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 815
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Features

  • Brilliant, high-definition, plasma television with 42-inch screen and integrated ATSC (HDTV) tuner; 44.9 x 26.5 x 6.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • CableCARD compatibility removes the need for a separate digital cable box; direct-digital HDMI interface accommodates advanced digital sources
  • BN Smoother circuit eliminates MPEG block noise (image distortion); WEGA Engine system keeps images in the digital domain
  • CineMotion 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal removes redundant video information to display a film-frame-accurate picture from movie sources
  • S-Master 1-bit digital amplifier pumps 25 watts per channel x 2 stereo sound and 50 watts x 1 to a built-in subwoofer

48. Sony NW-E107 Network Walkman 1 GB Digital Music Player (Silver)
list price: $199.95
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Asin: B0007XO7AE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 3222
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

What can you do with up to 70 hours of battery life and 1GB of built-in memory? How about grind every curb in Cedar Rapids. Mow the lawn... on an 18-hole golf course. Chill out in your bedroom. Sony gives you more time with superior battery life. The Backlit LCD Display provides easy viewing of song data, so you've got more control of your tunes. And, you can pack your player with up to 695 songs. Features MP3 playback and Skip-Proof Design. Ultra Compact Portable Design: Weighing in at less than one ounce, the player fits comfortably in the palm of your hand or can easily be carried in a pocket or purse. 1GB Built-In Memory: Stores up to 695 songs on the device. Up to 70 Hours Battery Life with one âAAAâ Battery: Up to 70 hours of continuous playback on one âAAAâ battery. Plays Back MP3/ATRAC3(R)/ATRAC3plus Audio Formats: For the music connoisseur, use the included software and hardware to store and play back your collection of MP3s. For the digital music novice, Sony's ATRAC(R) format provides higher sound quality with smaller sizes than many competing formats. This enables you to store more music and have longer listening times.Backlit LCD Display: Provides easy viewing of song data and much more. Supports WMA and WAV Audio Formats: The Network Walkman player plays back ATRAC3(R), ATRAC3plus format and MP3 files, and supports WMA and WAV.Easy Toggle Navigation: Navigate through tracks, albums and settings by using the large face of the product and "rock" it back and forth to make a selection. Transfer Personal Downloaded Music and CD Recordings: Between your CDs and your PC, create your own music mixes for on-the-go enjoyment. Compatible with the Connect Music Store: The Connect Music Store provides an easy method for downloading personal music. Connect Music Store offers access to an extensive online music library including many independent titles as well as featured arti ... Read more

Features

  • Single AAA battery provides up to 70 hours of battery life; connects to Windows PCs via USB 2.0
  • Small, round multiformat digital audio player weighs under 1 ounce
  • 1 GB built-in flash memory stores up to 680 songs
  • Plays MP3, ATRAC, and ATRAC3 formats; supports WMA, WAV
  • Compatible with content purchased from Sony's Connect online music store

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Electronic Moron Finds Love...
So I have seen two pretty bad reviews here and let me tell you, those people are doing something wrong!I have had my Sony Network Walkman for 2 days now and I LOVE IT!!
This is my first Mp3 player and being the technology idiot that I am, I was afraid that I would get this thing and it would take me days to figure out how to use it.Well, within 15 minutes I was beginning the process of transfering the better part of my music collection onto this itsy bitsy tiny little thing.It was so easy to use the software.It even came with 5 free music downloads from SonicStage.
The thing I am most impressed with is the sound quality.The only songs that suffered any quality (only a little bit) are songs that are copies of songs that are copies of songs that are copies of songs.Understandable.But the rest of them are crystal clear.You can adjust the eq only a little bit, but for me, its enough.I like the bass a little heavy and this player satisfies that.
All in all, I believe that I got really got my money's worth.This absolutely a great purchase, I love it, I love it, I love it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Small slice of audio heaven
I've had this player for a few weeks now and I must say this is the BEST investment I have made! It really is an adorable little device that packs a HUGE audio punch. The sound is superior to any portable music player I have tried, and you can fully adjust the treble and bass to how ever your preference prefers. For such a small device, it has many features that make this device very interesting and enjoyable to work with and listen to. It's also a handy, portable, plug-n-play storage device that allows you to drag and drop files.

I read all the reviews I could before I purchased this device, and many people complained about the lack of drag-n-drop of music files. Sony has made such software capabilities available for past players, so perhaps they will for this player in the future as well. For me, it doesn't matter because Sony's SonicStage software just is NOT that big of a deal for me to use. Over the years I have amassed a HUGE MP3 collection of my own CD's and CD's I check out from the public library (a better option than downloading if you live in a larger Metro area with a HUGE music collection in their library). It is quite simple to get the music on the player. I imported the MP3 versions into SonicStage, converted them all to ATRAC3plus 48 kbs and dumped them on to the player.

I'm fairly picky about the quality of music I listen to, but I can NOT state firmly enough how absolutely GREAT the sound quality of even 48 kbs of the ATRAC3plus versions sound on this player. By converting my MP3 collection to the ATRAC3plus 48 kbs files system, I still have my MP3 collection AND a MUCH reduced in file size set that I can burn on to CD's for a backup. Blank CD's are inexpensive, and it's good to have another backup of my music collection. By converting my MP3's to the ATRAC3plus system, I now have around 750 songs on my Network Walkman player. Sony indicates 695, but there certainly IS room for more than that. It's just AMAZING that I can listen to my music on this player at work for two weeks and not hear the same song twice AND all of this from one AAA battery. INCREDIBLE!

Yes, it will be nice when Sony finally gets the armband released for this player, but I have a brain and can figure out a way to make my own until then. That's called ingenuity.;-)

If you want an FM tuner, Sony has a 1 GB player with that feature either out or soon to be released. I purchased this player because I do NOT want to have to listen to the radio. I just can not say enough good about this player. The onboard features are excellent, the operation of the player and yes, even the SonicStage software are quite intuitive if you take a few seconds to actually make the effort to look (and heaven forbid - read!) through the menus. I have an older and slower computer and when I imported and converted my MP3's, it did take a while to convert them to the MUCH better sounding and efficient ATRAC3plus 48 kbs, but I simply began the process right before I went to sleep. When I woke up in the morning they were done and transferring the ATRAC3plus 48 kbs files on to the player was very quick, even with my slower USB 1 transfer capabilities. It was literally only a matter of minutes to fill up my player with over two weeks worth of high quality sounding music pleasure.

If you don't care about listening to the radio, you don't need your player to be a mini-recorder, you don't mind having about two week's worth of music to listen to all from one AAA battery, then I HIGHLY recommend you purchasing this player. I have absolutely NO regrets and am 100% satisfied with my purchase and the performance of this player. Thank you Sony!

5-0 out of 5 stars iThink therefore iSony
My iRiver IFP-195 finally packed up the other day so I began looking around for a suitable replacement. iPods have never appealed to me due to battery issues and sound quality and iRiver's latest products do not support Windows 98 so I decided to check out Sony's latest offerings. That's when I came across this wonderful little player.

I don't download music, I just convert my own CDs so I wasn't concerned about any alleged MP3 issues (although it obviously does play them). I had previously converted my CDs to WMA for the iRiver and so once I got this home I converted some of my favourite albums to ATRAC3 (132kbps) to see if they sounded as good.Not only did they sound better, especially the bass, but unlike MP3 and WMA on the iRiver there were no added gaps between tracks. This meant that I could finally listen to albums like Oxygene and Equinoxe without the annoying split-second gaps between the tracks on the CD. It was worth it for that alone.

As for SonicStage, I don't understand why people have a problem with it. You put a CD in, convert the tracks to ATRAC3 (or ATRAC3Plus), plug the player in and copy the tracks across. Once on the player you can move the albums around. It's not rocket science and I actually found it to be better than iRiver's Music Manager.

In summary, I think this is a wonderful player which far exceeded my expectations.

5-0 out of 5 stars So many whiners...
I just bought this and have been playing with it for a few hours. I don't have any idea why all these people are whining. Their major complaint is that the software is hard to use. That just blows me away. If you have the technical skill to navigate to amazon.com, then you will be able to use this software with no problem.

The player itself is completely amazing, though. I love this to death. It is much smaller than the pictures lead you to believe and it is feather light. It blows my mind how this thing weighs less than the AAA battery that is used to run it! Everyone says the battery lasts up to 70 hours, too. I havn't had it long enough to check that, but from what I've seen with it on for the last few hours, it has't run down any. Control is pretty easy, too. The sound quality is great, and this little thing is LOUD. It can go high enough to be too loud, and that's something I like in an Mp3 player. It also has a feature to automatically adjust the volume between songs. That's a nice feature since some of the songs I own are quiet and hard to hear and it makes them all equally audible.

I havn't owned this thing for a full day yet, but I love it to death! This is a spectacular Mp3 player, even if the other reviews make it seem like an inferior product. 5 Stars!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great sound. If you are a sound lover, try this one.
First of all, I got to say that I has a iPod Shuffle 1G, and the change to the new Sony Sony NW-E107 Network Walkman 1 GB was awesome. This unit has a great sound quality, you can control the bass and treble levels. The earbuds are pretty good, sounds great.

The buttons and display are fine. The LCD display it's no that clear and the buttons are quite complicated to command, you need to take the hole unit in your hand to control the player.

The battery, the best. You can have up to 70 hours of continuous playing with only one AAA battery. And if you go for a long trip or something, you would get there with batteries, and if not, you can replace it. Great.

The software. The bad part of the movie. I thought that iTunes was lame, but the Sony's SonicStage it's even worst. Quite complited, not friendly, not good.

The other ugly part of the unit it's the transfer speed from the computer. With USB 2.0 you can transfer below 1Mb/s.

I think that the bad parts can't compare with the great ones. Sounds great, superior battery life, good earbuds and good looking. ... Read more


49. Sony CDPCX455 400 Disc MegaStorage CD Changer
list price: $360.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000069JWX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 1477
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The CDPCX455 400-disc CD changer puts hours upon hours of music at your fingertips with features like cross-fade sound, text display, and an organization feature that makes it easy to find your favorite songs and albums. Because the CDPCX455 plays MP3s as well as CDs, you can expand the already-massive capacity of the player, and literally play the CDPCX455 for days on end.

The CDPCX455 can play audio CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs, as well as CDs with MP3 files. You can program the CDPCX455 to play CDs or tracks one by one, in random order, or in your own customized order. A history search allows you to return to CDs that you have recently played, and you can browse through all of your CDs by name, so you'll never lose track of what CDs are in the player or what order they are in. You can also custom-label CDs stored in the CDPCX455 for quicker retrieval. The CDPCX455 includes a jog dial control that gives you quick access to individual CDs or tracks. With the jog dial, you can listen to snippets of music or skip tracks you don't like quickly.

For power users or music lovers with a deep library of CDs, the CDPCX455 can synch up with another CD changer. You'll never have to wait for a disc to change to keep the music playing, thanks to a cross-fade feature that brings the audio of one CD down at the same time that a new disc starts to play. By adding a second changer, you can expand your access up to 800 CDs total, and both changers can be controlled by a single remote.

The hybrid pulse digital-to-audio converter reproduces a warm, natural sound from your CDs, making you feel like you were there when the music was recorded. You can easily connect the CDPCX455 to an audio receiver with analog RCA-type and digital optical outputs. An analog connection instantly synchs the CDPCX455 to another changer, and a Control A-1II cord links the CDPCX455 to any other Sony components in your audio system or home theater. A headphone jack is also featured.

What's in the Box
CD changer unit, RCA audio cord, ControlA-1II cord, remote control, two AA batteries, owner's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 400-disc changer plays CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, and MP3s
  • Fade in/fade out between songs, text display of artist names and CD info
  • Analog RCA, digital optical outputs; RCA input syncs unit with other changers
  • Jog dial control; repeat, random, and programmable play, recently-played search
  • Measures 17 x 7.5 x 21.25 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars 5 Stars, but Watch Out!!
They SAY they're fully linkable, but use extreme care when buying more that one unit for your very extensive collection. These things are all very intelligent machines-- too smart for their compatability with each other. They are "Master Drives," according to one Sony Rep, and are therefore not set up to be "Slaves." Sony will tell you that you can access 800 Total CDs, but instead of being able to purchase 2 of these guys at 400 each, you've got to get this one and 2 more 200 CD players. If you DO buy 2 of these, you have access to all 400 in your primary, but only 200 of the 400 possible in your secondary.

Now that I'm done writing to a miniscule portion of the public that might want to access 401-800 discs, I love mine. It's a convenient, wonderful machine. I feel like I'm in control of an entire radio station when I tell it to shuffle. Have fun.

5-0 out of 5 stars Forget the weaknesses, it's a ll in the sound!
I've read the other reviews (and you should too). Yes, the display isn't big enough. Yes, I am REAL frustrated that I can't change from continous play to shuffle without stopping. But, the bottom line is that EVERY family in the world NEEDS one of these. Think about it- 400 bloomin CD's! Not only YOUR favorite music in an amazingly personal and stirring random aural experieince, you can MUCH more easily tolerant the OCCASIONAL -let's say less than favorite tune, it is the primary appliance for ANY family.

This is my second CD changer. I out grew the first 200 CD changer, and yes the A1 II cable is an antequated technology and a hard to find critical stinking "leettle" cable that is required to make the whole unit function ... - because it enables the second CD changer in your component system queue up the next song as the current one is playing. But COME ON FOLKS. 400 of your favorite CDs all in your own personal mix!! Unless you are a drone, top-pop radio listening, commercialistic fool, this is a must have!

Buy one today! "Heck", buy two of 'em! Best value for ANY money you have!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product
It is difficult to get hold of all those CD's crammed into it, but if you add the SAVR and JukeBox from Panther Studios, it becomes a dream machine! I can see all the CD's I have and make play lists that shuffle between my changers like butter. I love it!

See their product at: http://pantherstudioscorp.com

1-0 out of 5 stars If You Value Your CD Collection, Don't Buy This CD Changer.
I owned a perfectly wonderful Pioneer, 100 Disc CD changer. Since my CD collection had approached the 400 mark, I decided to purchase the Sony CDP-CX455 unit, so that I could randomly listen to my entire collection, without constantly changing CD's. After reading some of the reviews on Amazon, I was reluctant to purchase this unit. Unable to find another unit that would accomodate 400 CD's, I decided to take a chance and went ahead with the purchase. Big mistake! After spending hours loading the CD's into the system and setting it to play on random(shuffle), I soon discovered that several of my CD's were skipping. I am meticulous with the handling of my CD's, so I know that the problem was not caused by my mishandling of them. I removed the CD's that were skipping, hoping that this was an isolated incident. The next day, I turned on the unit and again set it to play songs randomly. Once again, some of the CD's started skipping. When I removed them from the unit, I noticed that there were scratches on both CD's. I then called up Sony to explain to them that this particular CD changer has an engineering defect, and that it scratches CD's. Their response was that they have had no reports of such incidences. I asked to speak with a supervisor, who informed me that this CD changer has been taken off the market and is not being replaced with a similar unit. He said that stores still had them in stock, but once the stock was exhausted there would be no more available. I then asked him why they were not replacing this unit with another 400 CD changer model, and was told that they are getting out of the CD changer business, in favor of DVD/CD combo units. I offered the comment that the reason they are not replacing the CDP-CX455 with a similar unit, is because they know that the CDP-CX455 has an engineering defect, and they are not capable of building a 400 CD unit that is problem free. At any rate, I called the store where I purchased my changer from, and told them that I was returning it because it was scratching my CD's. I then started the long process of removing the CD's from the system and was astounded to find that almost 1 out of every 3 CD's had been scratched by this CD changer. I called back Sony, and their attitude was basically that they couldn't care less. Once you buy a Sony product, you are on your own. Their customer support is non existent. Despite the fact that over 100 of my CD's have been damaged by this unit, their response was that they were sorry, but there is nothing they could do about it. Based on this incident, I will never purchase another Sony product again. If you are planning to purchase this CD player, my advice to you, "Buyer Beware."

4-0 out of 5 stars Makes listening to music easy.
This is the first CD changer that we purchased. What a difference it has made! We don't have to keep changing discs and we can jump to any disc we want quckily without having to search through a stack of CD's. My partner has his favorite CD's under his "artist's" name and I have mine under my name. We can then play our set anytime we want either in continuous mode or shuffle. We have 198 more "artist's" slots that we can program any number of discs to. If you have a combination of CD albums and individual tracks you can program upto 32 of them in one program. There are three program slots. Entering data was a pain but it was easier with a key board but once that is done you can sit back and enjoy the music. We made a list of all our CD's so we could refer to it. Also we put the CD's in different categories and left several slots open in each category so we can add more CD's in the future. I called Sony's customer service number twice on a Saturday afternoon and got through each time with out any problems. You first have to go through this very "real" sounding voice recognizing machine but then you will get to speak to somebody and they were very helpful with some functions that I did not follow.
We have used this great gadget for about two months and we have not had any scratches on our CD's. We are very happy with this product! ... Read more


50. Sony KLV-26HG2 26" WEGA Flat-Panel LCD Television with DVI Input
list price: $2,999.99
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Asin: B0001K5JY6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 20526
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Amazon.com Product Description

Geared for rendering pristine images from standard- and high-definition sources, the 26-inch KLV-26HG2 LCD television is armed with Sony's WEGA engine and a host of sophisticated video technologies. The screen is configured in a widescreen, 16:9 aspect ratio to match the dimension of most movies and HDTV broadcasts. The image generated is bigger than you might think--to get a widescreen image this size using a standard, 4:3 aspect-ratio TV, you'd need a 28-inch diagonal set that would stand at least 5 inches taller.

The KLV-26HG2 offers 1,280 x 768 native pixel resolution, compatibility with 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i HDTV signals, high brightness (450 cd/m2), and a lightning-quick 16 ms response time--perfect for fast-changing programs like action films and sports events. The set's slimline design uses an aluminum facade and stylish side speakers. SRS WOW audio effect brings life to low and mid frequencies through the set's two 4-watt speakers.

LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference from, say, speakers), long screen life (60,000 lamp hours and no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning.

The KLV-26HG2 performs 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal, a handy feature for watching progressive-scan movie programs in their native 24-frame format. Digital video mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

Sony's Digital Reality Creation Circuitry grants amazing picture resolution while proprietary Direct Digital II Circuitry increases a video signal's signal-to-noise ratio before it reaches the DRC circuit, ensuring rich, natural-looking images from any source. A Memory Stick media slot with JPEG/MPEG-1 compatibility simplifies playback of video clips and still pictures from compatible cameras. This means you'll enjoy effortless interaction with other Memory Stick products such as digital still cameras, digital camcorders, and Sony VAIO PCs.

Sony's LCD panel driver ensures smooth, clear video by improving the response time in the middle luminance range, significantly reducing "afterimage" in motion pictures. Finally, Channel Fix lets you select a specific TV channel (3, for example) for cable box reception. Then you can control a compatible cable box via the TV remote without inadvertently changing the TV from Channel 3.

Connections include a high-definition-compatible component-video input, a direct digital DVI-HDTV (digital visual interface) input for use with a DTV set-top box, 2 each composite- and S-video inputs (1 each on the front panel for ready connection to a camcorder or gaming console), and an RF coaxial input for hookup with an older VCR, cable box, or antenna.

What's in the Box
TV, operating instructions, remote control (RM-Y1105), 2 AA batteries (for remote), AC power cord, registration card, warranty card, a table-top stand, and a 75 ohm coaxial cable. ... Read more

Features

  • HD-ready flat-panel LCD TV with 16:9 aspect ratio and 16 ms response time; 31.1 x 18.9 x 9.5 inches (W x H x D) with stand and back cover
  • Offers DVI-HDTV input; enhancements include Sony's Digital Reality Creation, Dynamic Picture, and Direct Digital Circuitry (DDC)
  • Memory Stick media port lets you view JPEG images and MPEG-1 video right from your compatible camera or camcorder
  • Front-panel composite- and S-video inputs allow easy connections with camcorders, gaming consoles, and other devices
  • High 450 cd/m2 brightness permits viewing in any condition, wide viewing angles (170 x 170 degrees, H/V) ensure great images from any position

51. Sony NW-E105PS Network Walkman 512 MB Digital Music Player (Blue)
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B0007XO79U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 2320
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Superior battery life gives you more music options. Grind every curb in Burbank. Bike the Everglades. Chill out in your bedroom. Sony gives you more time with up to 70 hours of battery life. The Backlit LCD Display provides easy viewing of song data, so you've got more control of your tunes. And, with 512MB of built-in memory, you can pack your player with up to 345 songs. Features MP3 playback and Skip-Proof Design. Ultra Compact Portable Design: Weighing in at less than one ounce, the player fits comfortably in the palm of your hand or can easily be carried in a pocket or purse. 512MB Built-In Memory: Stores up to 345 songs on the device. Up to 70 Hours Battery Life with one âAAAâ Battery: Up to 70 hours of continuous playback on one âAAAâ battery. Plays Back MP3/ATRAC3/ATRAC3plus Audio Formats: For the music connoisseur, use the included software and hardware to store and play back your collection of MP3s. For the digital music novice, Sony's ATRAC format provides higher sound quality with smaller sizes than many competing formats. This enables you to store more music and have longer listening times.Backlit LCD Display: Provides easy viewing of song data and much more. Supports WMA and WAV Audio Formats: The Network Walkman player plays back ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus format and MP3 files, and supports WMA and WAV.Easy Toggle Navigation: Navigate through tracks, albums and settings by using the large face of the product and "rock" it back and forth to make a selection. Transfer Personal Downloaded Music and CD Recordings: Between your CDs and your PC, create your own music mixes for on-the-go enjoyment. Compatible with the Connect Music Store: The Connect Music Store provides an easy method for downloading personal music. Connect Music Store offers access to an extensive online music library including many independent titles as well as featured artist and celebrity mixes. www.conn ... Read more

Features

  • Single AAA battery provides up to 70 hours of battery life; connects to Windows PCs via USB 2.0
  • Small, round multiformat digital audio player weighs under 1 ounce
  • 512 MB built-in flash memory stores up to 340 songs
  • Plays MP3, ATRAC, and ATRAC3 formats; supports WMA, WAV
  • Compatible with content purchased from Sony's Connect online music store

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars poor-to-average
Pros:
- Small; average sound

Cons:
- transfering of music files ridiculously slow!!
- difficult to maneuver it
- no armband included!
- sound is of lesser quality than iPod!

I guess you get what you pay, but could be cheaper! I wouldn't call it a smart choice.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome sound quality
This MP3 player is so cool. It's tiny and it has awsome sound quality. It is also very durable. I've dropped it so many times, but there are still no scratches and it function properly. I would ditch the headphones that came with it though. They have bad sound quality and they are very uncomfertable. This devise can store over 300 songs when it is at its lowest quality, but even that sounds great. Why get an Ipod mini? It costs over twice as much, and you will probably never use all of the space that is provided. Not to mention that the sony looks cooler and is much smaller.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than shuffle
I had been planning on buying an ipod for a while, but didnt have the money.with the shuffle now out, i was ready to go.but i came across the sony network walkman and decided to give it a try, and it has been worth it. my roomate has a 512 shuffle and has about 100 songs on it.my sony has about 300 for the same price.also, i can go weeks with one aaa battery, he has to charge his every day.finally, the quality of his ipod is very poor.the damn thing broke when taking off the usb top and has to be jammed back in often.if you want a cheap, yet quality player, go with the sony.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away From Sony
Until Sony ditches their proprietary ATRAC format stay away....stay VERY far away!

4-0 out of 5 stars Delightful MP3 player
I have had this MP3 player for a week now and I am really happy with it.It is feather-weight, sounds excellent, display is great and battery indicator is still at 100%.It can also be used as a USB device to carry data files.My only irritation (and the reason for 4 stars instead of 5) is the requirement to use Sony's Sonic Stage to tranfer files to it. ... Read more


52. Sony KDE-50XS955 50" Widescreen WEGA Plasma Flat-Panel TV with Integrated HDTV Tuner
list price: $8,999.99
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Asin: B00067AXZE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 789
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Amazon.com Product Description

When a living room or office calls for cutting-edge technology, Sony's 50-inch KDE-50XS955 gas-plasma television is there to answer that call with its perfectly flat screen, sleek lines, and meticulous construction. The screen features a wide, 16:9 aspect ratio to match the dimension of most movies and HDTV broadcasts, and it's compatible with standard-definition 480i, enhanced-definition 480p, and high-definition 720p and 1080i signals, delivering full-fledged HDTV reception right out of the box via its integrated NTSC and ATSC (HDTV) tuners. It also offers digital cable readiness with a CableCARD slot and the latest digital-video interface, HDMI.

With a plasma screen you get vivid colors like you've never seen before, extremely wide viewing angles (wider, even, than those of most LCD screens), and easy placement due to a plasma monitor's slim profile--the KDE-50XS955 is a mere 6.25 inches deep, perfect for desk or wall mounting (for wall positioning, use bracket SU-PW3M). Brightness tends to be extremely uniform across plasma screens, which are also impervious to the picture distortion and negative color balances that afflict CRT monitors when placed near lighting or sound systems. You do, however, need to be wary of image burn-in (wherein long-held stationary images leave a permanent impression in the screen).

Sony's CineMotion 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal is a handy feature for watching progressive-scan movie programs in their native 24-frame format. Digital video mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

The set's WEGA Engine system maximizes picture performance from any video source by minimizing the number of digital-to-analog conversion processes. This full digital processing engine includes Sony's MID-X (Multi Image Driver), which maintains the integrity of a converted signal by minimizing image loss in the scaling process.

Digital Reality Creation (DRC) circuitry ensures high picture resolution, while proprietary Direct Digital II circuitry increases a video signal's signal-to-noise ratio before it reaches the DRC circuit, ensuring rich, natural-looking images from any source.

Sony's BN Smoother scans the frequency of a given image (such as those from DVD players, off-air HDTV programming, or even analog cable and broadcasts) to calculate the edges of each MPEG block. It applies an algorithm to each block edge, smoothing the transition from one block to another for a seamless picture.

The set includes numerous other features.

  • Single-tuner PIP (picture-in-picture) lets you view 2 images simultaneously (such as 1 TV station and 1 video input).
  • A Memory Stick media slot (compatible with Memory Stick Pro and Memory Stick Duo media) grants convenient viewing of JPEG and MPEG-1 files. It can also display customized slide shows using MP3 files for background music.
  • Authorized CableCARD ability means the set will receive digital cable television systems services directly from the cable operator without requiring a bulky, external cable box.
  • Sony's exclusive S-Master 1-bit digital amplifier produces a powerful 25 watts per channel (x 2), pumping an additional 50 watts into a built-in subwoofer for rich, full-bodied sound from movies and music.

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a lossless, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface to link the set with any audio/video source (such as a set-top box, DVD player, or AV receiver). HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multichannel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

What's in the Box
TV, removable stand, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, a quick-start guide, a cleaning cloth, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • Brilliant, high-definition, plasma television with 50-inch screen and integrated ATSC (HDTV) tuner; 52.6 x 31 x 6.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • CableCARD compatibility removes the need for a separate digital cable box; direct-digital HDMI interface accommodates advanced digital sources
  • BN Smoother circuit eliminates MPEG block noise (image distortion); WEGA Engine system keeps images in the digital domain
  • CineMotion 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal removes redundant video information to display a film-frame-accurate picture from movie sources
  • S-Master 1-bit digital amplifier pumps 25 watts per channel x 2 stereo sound and 50 watts x 1 to a built-in subwoofer

53. SONY DRU710A Internal Double Layer DVD Writer

our price: $114.99
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Asin: B0002VS9ZU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 1443
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Features

  • 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

54. Sony HT-DDW660 Home Theater System

our price: $179.94
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Asin: B0001LGXO0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 867
Average Customer Review: 4.91 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A small footprint doesn't have to mean small sound. Sony's 70-watt-per-channel HT-DDW660 home theater delivers dynamic, full-bodied surround sound from a simple, compact package. Consisting of an audio/video receiver and a complete 5.1-channel speaker package, the HT-DDW660 accepts stereo analog and direct digital bitstreams from DVD players, satellite receivers, and DVRs while processing everything from DTS and Dolby Digital 5.1 discrete surround signals to Dolby Pro Logic II, which generates multichannel surround from any stereo source--movie or music. The system's onboard 32-bit surround processor also features Sony's own Digital Cinema Sound System (Cinema Studio EX), broadening your surround listening possibilities.

Easy to assemble, the system includes all requisite cabling, including a subwoofer cable and a coaxial digital-audio interconnect for stereo or surround signals. (Depending on your DVD player or other associated gear, however, you may require an optical digital-audio cable for true surround sound--compatible but not included.)

Three composite-video inputs offer accompanying analog-audio inputs, accommodating most audio/video components and granting convenient AV switching: just channel the AV signals from your DVD player, VCR, and cable box (for instance) to the receiver, then route a single composite-video cable from the receiver's monitor output to your television. You'll need to supply your own composite-video cables, and if you have an older TV you may require a video modulator to convert the receiver's composite-video (yellow RCA jack) signal to an RF signal (which uses a thicker, threaded jack).

The included speakers cover left, right, center, and left/right surround, along with a 70-watt powered subwoofer with a bass port for heightened low-frequency slam. A host of radio presets (20 FM, 10 AM) put all your favorite stations (and then some) right at your fingertips, and the receiver's amplifier uses discrete output transistors for clean, quality power.

Optional mounting brackets or speaker stands (models WS-WV10D and WS-FV11D, respectively) simplify speaker placement, the assumption being that you'll want to place the center-channel speaker atop your television for optimal dialogue matching. All speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent distortion when placed on or near your TV.

What's in the Box
STR-K660P audio/video receiver, SS-VE66P speaker package, SS-WMSP66 subwoofer, a user's manual, all requisite speaker cable, a monaural RCA subwoofer interconnect, a coaxial digital-audio interconnect, and a Remote Commander remote control (model RM-466). ... Read more

Features

  • 70 watts per channel x 5 audio/video receiver and a 5.1-channel speaker system with an 8-inch, 70-watt powered subwoofer
  • Processes DTS, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Pro Logic II for enveloping surround sound from any source
  • FM/AM tuner with 30 station presets
  • Composite-video switching with 2 auxiliary analog-audio inputs
  • Includes Remote Commander remote control and all requisite speaker cabling

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Value
After spending most of my money on my large screen tv I wanted a sound system to make it more theater like, but I didn't want to spend too much money. After waiting for a good sale on the top selling names, I happened to notice the Sony system without the dvd player and that appealed to me because I already have two dvd players. The salesman also gave this model a good review. You can't go wrong with this system. The sound is great and it was easy to integrate my existing vcr and dvd players.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Deal
This is a steal at $199.00. I purchased this system as a gift for my mom. This is an awesome system for someone who wants surround sound but does not want a sub woofer that is going to rattle the walls. I cannot believe the clear and well balanced sound that comes out of the speakers. We hooked up a DVD player and Dish receiver to the system. If you use an optical cord, you don't have to switch the receiver back and forth to the DVD player and Dish receiver. The switch is automatically done. All and all if your looking for a excellent system and don't want to spend a lot of money, this is the one to get!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Value and totally awesome sound!
This thing pumps out some of the best sounding sound I've heard out of many systems and it's so amazingly cheap. You can't go wrong with this thing!

5-0 out of 5 stars holy cow this is the best
ok so youre looking for a home theater system to top off your big screen,dvd and whatever else you have and you think to your self the only way to get a nice sound and high volume is to get bose speakers and a 700 watt 7.1 system well youre wrong see this is the cheapest priced home theater system ive ever seen or heard that doesnt suck its great ill tell you this,this system is gonna give bose a run for its money it acctually sounds better than bose (just my opinion though) but ill tell you the subwoofer isnt much for super large rooms mainly because its passive (not powered)but i got to the store after i saw it in a magazine not expecting much and turned it on went through the menu to turn it to my sound preferences and it blew me away

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than "BOSE 3-2-1" by far...
This is the best home theatere system I ever had. Better than "BOSE
3-2-1" by far!!! Better tan you think.... You can turn it up all the way and the speakers will NOT blow out!! Oh Yeah... This home theatere system is worth .. 5000!!! Crisp and clear sound...
Pro Logic II....DTS....Cinima FX technology (tm).......And much more!!! THIS IS MORE THAN A FIVE STAR HOME THEATERE SYSTEM......... ... Read more


55. Sony D-SJ303 S2 Sports CD Walkman
list price: $109.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B0007PO3HO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 1440
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The DSJ-303 S2 Sports CD Walkman Portable Compact Disc Player represents the new generation of Walkman players created to be durable, stylish, and ready for go-anywhere outdoor fun. With water resistant features such as rubber gaskets, bushings, and water resistant seals, you never have to worry about water, moisture or dirt affecting the way your music plays.

The player's Skip-Free G-Protection technology provides quick recovery from both horizontal and vertical shocks, so jogging or hitting those unexpected pot holes won't ever interfere with your listening. Playback options include 9 playback modes that offers a wide array of listening choices, including hearing one track repeatedly, hearing a selection of tracks in a desired order, or listening to tracks randomly. The player's 64-track programming feature offers you an extraordinary ability to customize the order you listen to your tracks.

The DSJ-303 S2 Sports Walkman plays all CD-R/RW discs burned either in a PC or a home recording deck, allowing you to listen to your custom mixes while you're on the go. And Sony's advanced DSP technology means that you can listen to over 50 hours of continuous music off of two AA batteries (not included).

What's in the Box
DSJ-303 S2 Sports CD Walkman Portable Compact Disc Player, MDR-W014LP Stereo Headphones, and hand strap. ... Read more

Features

  • Runs for roughly 50 hours on 2 AA batteries (not included); 1-year parts warranty
  • Durable, water-resistant personal CD player designed for active use
  • Skip-Free G-Protection technology guards against music interruption
  • 3-way control key on grip allows easy operation while jogging
  • Compatible with CD, CD-R, and CD-RW formats; 64-track programming

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Pros and Cons, very durable and high quality.
This is a nice sturdy CD walkman that is excellent for exercising like jogging, stair stepping, aerobics...etc. It has a heavy duty snap cover to keep the CD in place so it will never open and fall out if dropped.You could probably throw this thing against the wall and it wouldn't break.The sound is great with extra bass boost x 1 and x 2.The program button to get it to turn on and advance the music tracs was alittle confusing until I read the directions.The ear buds are alittle funny to get used to, they fit inside the ear with an ear "hanger" but sound very good once you fit them in.The only con for me is an arm band.I wanted a CLIP on the back to clip it onto my shorts but instead a wrist band so you can't sit down and write or do anything with your hands unless you take it off.It is almost too big to put into shorts pockets too.I ended up getting a x-large safety pin to hang it from my shorts wasteband (belt loops would work if I had them) then you could fasten the velcro band around the belt loop. Hopefully they will put a belt clip on the next release of this fine walkman.I do recommend it if you don't mind wearing it on your wrist or having it bang around your belt area.I paid about 68.00 from it on Amazon with fast free shipping.

5-0 out of 5 stars the best cd player
This cd player is the best because, like 2 years ago i have this same model but then someone stole at school so I was really mad. But then once I went to "Walmart" and saw this cd player for $70 so I was wow this is a good price. Then I went to sony.com and found out that it really was out there but upgraded. So then i was like "man my last cd player was the exactly same as this one. So I bought it like 3 days agos and it really was loud. Now when i buy cd players i always check that has a GOOD BASS because if it doesnt have BASS then i am just waisting my money.

The cd player have a 10/10 BASS. You could turn all the volume with the BASS on and it will still play loud with the BASS.

This CD player can also RECHARGE BATTERIES and is WATER RESISTANCE. Of course the player dont have MP3 or RADIO but if you dont have MP3'S THIS woul be the BEST CD PLAYER OF YOUR LIFE.

THIS CD PLAYER IS RATED 100%. ... Read more


56. Sony CLIE PEG-TJ27 Handheld
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0001E75LC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 716
Average Customer Review: 3.92 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Palm OS version 5.2, i.MXL application processor, 32 MB RAM
  • Built-in 310K Pixels CMOS Camera with 2x Digital Zoom (JPEG, 640 x 480 resolution)
  • High resolution TFT Color Display (320 x 320 dots, 65,536 colors)
  • Integrated Memory Stick slot (compatible with optional Memory Stick Pro media)
  • Internal lithium-ion polymer rechargeable battery

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Delighted first time PDA user
I researched PDAs fairly extensively before I settled on my Sony Clie TJ27. Well it has been about a month, and I am delighted with it so far. Originally I was interested in a Palm but was frightened away by all the negative reviews everywhere. My Clie came with free Dataviz software (upon registration of the product on the Sony website), including word, excel and "Slides to Go" (similar to Powerpoint) and I have had no trouble transferring data from files on my PC to my Clie and performing hot sync operations.

I've taken pictures (okay, you need to get fairly close to your subject with the 2x zoom limitation, but if you want topnotch photography, buy a digital camera). The only area needing improvement is the battery power. When you use the camera, it eats batteries faster than if you were just working with data. All in all, I love it and would highly recommend, especially to first time users who don't expect it to be their morning alarm clock (honestly, who would rely on a handheld for this); a top-notch digital camera or their desktop. It is what it is - a great value for the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the Price
I had a Handspring Visor Edge and the battery died on me, so, I thought it was about time to upgrade my PDA. I purchased the Sony PEG TJ27. I was shocked on how easy it was to convert all of my calendar and addresses information from my old PDA to my new one. The jog dial is very nice and the camera is a nice perk. The camera does not compare to a real digital camera, but it is fun to have. I do think that I should have paid the extra $100 to get the PEG TJ37 with the sound and wireless capabilities, but overall I enjoy my new PDA and I am very happy with my decision. As far as battery life, I have not yet tested, but it does require a lot more charging than the Handspring Visor Edge.

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid, Reliable
The TJ27 isn't a terribly exciting PDA-it has no sound capabilities so it can't play MP3s or video (with audio)-even though the rest of the hardware is more than up to the task. What it does have is Sony's typically high build quality and reliability. The screen is excellent (and unlike most PalmOne models, it doesn't hum loudly, and the backlight can be toggled on and off).
The button layout is questionable. A jog dial sits between two left/right buttons in the location that most PDAs have either up/down buttons or a 5-way navigator. Depending on the program, the left/right buttons sometimes function the same as up/down buttons on older PalmOS models, and sometimes the jog dial and left/right buttons function the same as a 5-way navigator. The 4 application buttons are a bit too small, too close to the left/right buttons, and are connected together. (The calendar and address book buttons are connected, and the to-do and memo buttons are connected). So the layout isn't the greatest, but it does work okay.
The camera, as with all integrated cameras, is almost completely worthless, but since it doesn't really raise the price any, it's not a big deal.
System speed is excellent. The TJ27's 200Mhz i.MXL CPU (Motorola's ARM chip) benchmarks only 27% slower than Intel's 400Mhz xScale. Of course that power is basically complete overkill, especially since the TJ27 can't really play video, but programs like Documents to Go, and the basic PIM apps respond very quickly.

All in all, this is possibly the best "basic" PDA on the market right now. No audio, a somewhat strange button layout, but far better reliability than you'll get from other companies.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Value
I replaced my Palm 105m with the TJ27 shortly after the first of the year. It's a good value for the $200 price tag. Of course, it has the usual fearures such as addreess book, calendar, etc.
I also like the built-in digital camera (the picture may lack some quality, but it's quite good for everyday use). I also can give the back light screens high marks. The only two negatives are the battery has to be recharged frequently and unlike the plam there's no free built-in games. For your everyday use this is a great little unit. One last thing - their customer support: once you finally get through Sony's stupid phone menu and speak to a real live person, they are friendly and helpful. I had a small problem with the Hot Sinc and they fixed it right away.

3-0 out of 5 stars SONY CLIE TJ27 vs. Tungsten E
The TJ-27 is SONY's response to the $200 Tungsten E. Since the TJ-27's price is slipping to below $170 it's easy to see who's winning in the marketplace.

The TJ-27's great strength is that it DOESN'T have PalmOne's hacked up extensions to the PalmSource OS. That's why I sold my T/E and bought the TJ-27. That's not to say it's a great product; there are no great pocketable PDAs available today.

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57. SONY KDE42XBR950 42-Inch Flat Panel Plasma TV with ATSC Tuner

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Asin: B0000WCVVO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 26305
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Product Description

Elegant, floating glass panel design enhances any living space. Stunning picture enhancement with Sony WEGA Engine System Direct Digital Circuitry for natural, rich image from any source. Enjoy amazing picture Resolution with Digital Reality Creation. Scale the size of side-by-side P&P windows with MID X circuitry. Movies will always look their best with CineMotion technology. i.LINK input provides access of hi-def content from D-VHS. Get deeper blacks and better depth with Sony's Plasma Panel Driver LSI. View high def Digital images with Advanced Memory Stick media. Installation flexibility with Sony's 2-piece plasma design. Built-in ATSC tuner/QAM brings you all the glory of Hi-Def broadcast. ... Read more

Features

  • CineMotion technology optimizes the appearance of movies
  • Jaw-dropping picture enhancement with SONY WEGA Engine System
  • Direct Digital Circuitry for a natural, rich image from any source
  • Digital Reality Creation for amazing picture resolution
  • Scalable side-by-side Picture-and-Picture windows with MID(R)X circuitry

58. Sony KP-57WS520 57" Hi-Scan 1080i HD-Ready Projection TV
list price: $2,199.99
our price: $1,999.00
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Asin: B0002S9FHE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 23544
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Amazon.com Product Description

Broad, vivid, rear-projection images can be yours with Sony's 57-inch Hi-Scan KP-57WS520. The set uses Sony's HD Microfocus CRT and lens system, featuring smaller phosphor particles, thinner phosphor layers, and other improvements that give the set a beam spot 28-percent smaller than Sony's standard CRTs. And that means sharper focus, higher contrast, and brighter images. The screen features a wide, 16:9 aspect ratio that matches the dimension of most movies and HDTV broadcasts, and the KP-57WS520 is compatible with standard-definition 480i, enhanced-definition 480p, and high-definition 720p and 1080i sources.

The set's HD Detailer wideband video amplifier provides high detail from high-res images to give you the best possible image from high-bandwidth sources. Auto 16:9 enhanced mode with auto ID1 detection automatically renders anamorphic DVD content in letterboxed widescreen, using all available display lines for the image and wasting none on the black bars that frame the image when a program's widescreen aspect ratio differs slightly from the set's.

Digital Reality Creation (DRC) circuitry ensures high picture resolution, while proprietary Direct Digital Circuitry increases a video signal's signal-to-noise ratio before it reaches the DRC circuit, ensuring rich, natural-looking images from any source. TwinView 2-tuner PIP (picture-in-picture) lets you view any 2 sources simultaneously--even 2 TV stations. Sony's MID-X (Multi Image Driver) maintains the integrity of a digital signal by minimizing image loss in the scaling process.

Sony's CineMotion 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal is a handy feature for watching progressive-scan movie programs in their native 24-frame format. Digital video mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

The set offers 2 different digital video interfaces: a Digital Visual Interface (DVI-HDTV) and an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), each of which permits a direct digital connection with a compatible DTV set-top box. Other connections include 2 component-video inputs, 4 composite-video inputs, 3 S-video inputs (with 1 each composite-/S-video on the front panel for ready connection to a camcorder or gaming console), and 2 RF coaxial inputs and 1 coaxial output for hookup with an older VCR, cable box, or antenna.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, remote batteries (2 AA), a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 57-inch high-definition-ready rear-projection television with DVI and HDMI digital-video inputs; 52.25 x 54.25 x 27.25 inches (W x H x D)
  • CineMotion 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal removes redundant video information to display a film-frame-accurate picture from movie sources
  • HD Detailer wideband video amplifier ensures that the fine details contained in a high-resolution source make it all the way to the screen
  • Auto 16:9 enhanced mode renders anamorphic DVD content in letterboxed widescreen, using all available display lines for the image
  • Sony's Digital Reality Creation (DRC) circuitry and Direct Digital Circuitry create rich, natural-looking images from any source

59. Sony XBRITE SDM-HS75P/B 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B0007SM8QO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 4611
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Product Description

The Sony SDM-HS75P/B digital display is perfect for computer enthusiasts, computer power-users and computer gamers who want high-speed performance, style and value from a personal display. Exceptional for home video editing and multimedia entertainment applications and ideal for everyday computing. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI inputs; 8 ms pixel response
  • 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • XBrite technology, 600:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/m2 of brightness

60. Sony DCR-PC55 MiniDV Handycam Camcorder w/10x Optical Zoom (Silver)
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B0007M3PIU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 2217
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Sleek, stylish and amazingly portable, the DCR-PC55 MiniDV Handycam Camcorder provides excellent video recording quality in an ultra-compact design. Sleek, stylish and amazingly portable, the white DCR-PC55 MiniDV Handycam Camcorder provides excellent video recording quality in an ultra-compact design. The Advanced HAD CCD imager provides stunning detail and clarity with exceptional video performance. The professional quality Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens capture vivid, life-like images while minimizing distortion. Weighing in at only 10 ounces, the camcorder's body measures only 4 inches tall and almost 3 inches wide ? making it fit perfectly in the palm of your hand. The extra large 3.0-inch LCD display provides a clear, sharp monitor and rotates up to 270 degrees for multiple viewing angles. Its metallic white design makes it stand out wherever you go.Uniquely Styled Design Makes it a Traveling Favorite Handycam Station Keeps You Connected, Charged & Ready 3.0-inch Hybrid Swivelscreen LCD w/ Slideshow Capability Memory Stick Duo Media Captures Video Clips and Stills Shoot Like a Pro w/ a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar Lens Uniquely Styled Design Makes it a Favorit Traveling Companion Supplied Unique Handycam Station Keeps Your Camcorder Connected, Charged and Ready for Playback at All Times 3.0-inch Hybrid Swivelscreen Touch Panel LCD Puts the Fun at Your Fingertips with Slideshow ... Read more

Features

  • 3.0-inch hybrid touch panel LCD
  • Digital still camera function with PictBridge compatibilty
  • MiniDV digital video recording
  • Ultra compact design
  • Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Quantity vs. Quality
If you're looking for a camcorder that can produce vivid colors and crystal clear picture, stop reading this review now.This camcorder is not for you.

If you can live with a medicore picture quality, but have the ability to virtually pocket a camcorder anywhere you go, read on.

The Styling:
No doubt, this camcorder exudes sex.Glossy finish with chrome accents.Bling!The styling is very appealing and will demand attention.The physical size is so small, it can be pocketed in a pair of jeans.However, the dimunitive size is also its disadvantage.Stabilizing the camcorder with one hand was a challenge due to it being so light and small.The physcial shape of the camcorder was very awkward to hold.Many times, the index finger would partially cover the lens during taping. It was just natural for the index finger to overlay on top of the lens.The zoom button is positioned for a thumb activation.However, when the thumb is re-positioned to employ the zoom button, the grip on the camcorder is compromised.The user will feel like the camera will drop from their hands when using the zoom button.

The Picture:
Outside daylight recording is acceptable.Color re-production is decent.There were still some slight noise in the image.However, there was an un-acceptable amount of purple fringing.This can be seen when recording a dark subject against a bright background.For example, point up at tree branches against a cloudy grey sky.The edges of the branch glows purple.
Indoor recording with common household lamps was littered with noise and poor contrast.The overall picture was very grainy.There were no details in black objects.For example, a black leather chair just shows up as a black object with no other details such as wrinkles or texture.

The Audio:
Audio recorded in 16 bit sounded very good.Voices were clear and with faithful reproduction.However, at times, the microphone was able to pick up the actual tape winding mechanism of the camcorder.It was a constant high pitch whine that can be heard during playback.This is most likely due to the fact that the camcorder is so small that the distance between the microphone and the tape motors are minimized.The same condition was exhibited during the usage of the zoom button.Loud clicks can be heard during playback as the zoom button snaps back.

Conclusion:
This is definitley a case study of Quantity vs. Quality.There is a price to pay for ultra portability.In my opinion, the size of this camcorder has reached the point of diminishing returns.In other words, the camera is too small to be ergonimically correct.The size also compromised the audio and video performance.Buy it to impress your friends......just don't let them watch the final result. ... Read more


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