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Sony SLV-D930

Sony SLV-D930
alaAverage 2.8

3 reviews

Mar, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Sony SLV-D930. The average rating for this product is 2.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other DVD Players for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 30/100 and experts rate this product 80/100.

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Expert review by: tech.co.uk staff (techradar.com)

Sony SLV-D930 review

 

Sony's combo offering holds a lot of pull

Solid build ; Good DVD picture ; Easy to use recording

No component output

A solid performer from a top-notch brand

Feb, 2008

Consumer review by: Oliver (pricerunner.co.uk)

The future of Sony?

 

Convenience of two decks in one. Sony name. Rapid rewind on VHS. Dolby digital/DTS/Optical out . Thats about it

Poor build quality (DVD door snapped off in first month) ; Plastic appearance ; Poor quality hand controller - cheap and flimsy ; Unreliable - Had to call out repairer for broken laser after 3 months ; I was informed by the repair engineer that this...

I will will never buy a Sony unseen again.

Apr, 2006

Consumer review by: Jon Back (pricerunner.co.uk)

Disappointing Sony

 

On first view, the dvd/vcr hybrid seemed to bridge the gap as we await the conclusion to the format wars of recordable dvd ; A good looking machine with the Sony name at the front (yes I am another Sony devotee)

In practice this machine was awful in nearly every way ; As someone with Sony brand loyalty I was amazed by how bad it was ; Firstly, having the two formats in one machine proved (at best) fiddly. The remote wasn't good by Sony standards either ; The...

In summary, don't touch this with a bargepole. It performs poorly in nearly every respect & is not good enough as a stop-gap, let alone as part of a Home Cinema set-up. Bite the bullet, ditch the vhs & go for recordable dvd - the Sony gx300 I know to...

Jan, 2005