Question about Sony DVP-SR200P DVD Player
Well not buit in, but it has a 92 KHz/16bit Audio DAC/96KHz/24bit decoder and coaxial digital audio output. So to get surround sound you need to connect the DVD player to your
home theater receiver using the Digital coaxial/optical output connector (i.e. fiber Optic). Your home theater has to be equipped with the same type of input and you could enjoy your DVDs in surround sound soon.
Note: the optical inputs and outputs are generally capped when not in use and you will need to remove the the cap to be able to plugin your cable.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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