Question about Sony DVP-CX995V Multi-disc DVD Player
I loaded 140 DVD's into the unit and typed most of the titles into the edit fuction for each DVD. I had a power failure for over 10 hrs and I losted all my input. Does the unit have a internal power source for this protection.
No it doesn't. If you lose power for more than a few minutes, you'll lose everything. It does, however, have an external keyboard capability, which will cut down your input time from a few weeks to a few days. I'm being sarcastic, but I'm very disappointed in this product. In addition to the archaic way it reads and enters disc information, it won't play several DVDs. We get 'unabel to read disc' errors on many movies (new out of the box), and on many more, the unit will actually power off by itself when it tries to read the disc. This is an inferior product that should have never been released. Your best bet is to document a problem and return it for a refund if possible. Our warranty is out, and the best we could get from Sony was a replacement offer for an identical refurbished unit for $273...I don't think so. Run away from this product as fast as you can.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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