Sony DVP-CX995V Video
While the Sony DVP-CX995V has some annoying quirks and takes forever to load with disc information, this 400-disc megachanger does a great job removing clutter.
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Sony DVP-CX995V Review
The good: Highest disc capacity on the market; plenty of connectivity, including HDMI output; numerous sorting options; plays multichannel SACDs.
The bad: Extremely large and bulky; nondefeatable autoplay feature; takes a long time to switch between discs; doesn't hold titling information after discs are removed; manual titling is tedious.
The bottom line: While the Sony DVP-CX995V has some annoying quirks and takes forever to load with disc information, this 400-disc megachanger does a great job removing clutter.
Sony DVP-CX995V Specs
Part number: DVPCX995V
- Product Specifications