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Sylvania Blu-ray Disc Player ENERGY STAR WAS $169.99 NOW $66.49 @ Sears.com


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GREAT DEAL from Sears.com on this

Sylvania Blu-ray Disc® Player ENERGY STAR

Reg Price: $169.99

$69.99 *Save an extra 5% on Electronics orders up to $699.99. Save an extra 10% on Electronics orders over $700. Sold by Sears. Discount applied in cart. Offer excludes Special Purchases, Great Price and Clearance items, iPods and iPhones, Zune, BOSE, Video games, Video game hardware, converter boxes, computers, audio systems, Samsung, Sony, Flip Video, and Mitsubishi. No Sears store price matching is permitted on this offer. Internationally Shipped Orders are excluded. Offer good through 26-Jun-2010

After 5% Discount - Total Price = $66.49


This product is eligible for Shipping or Store Pickup (saves you on shipping!)




Product Description


Sylvania NB530SLX - Blu-ray disc player - upscaling


Enjoy the astounding Blu-ray Disc experience of a Full 1080p deep color picture for cinema-like viewing and great audio sound, plus still be able to view your existing DVD collection. You can also take full advantage of the "Bonus View" feature in select Blu-ray movie titles.


* Blu-ray Disc playback for sharp images in Full HD 1080p

The Full HD 1080p display gives you widescreen HD resolution of 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels). The main benefits of an LCD screen include the crystal clarity of images and their extremely compact form factor.

* 24 fps for cinema-like images and deep color output for vivid images

24 frames per second (fps) output to create cinema-quality pictures, experience this technology for smoother, more natural images. You will be able to enjoy deep vivid colors created in nature on your own TV screen.

* DVD/CD playback

You can enjoy your existing DVD and CD collections. Also allow you to up convert to HD quality to enjoy better picture quality with HDMI cable connection to HDTV.



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Although Blu-ray players can be connected and used with any television that has at least composite video inputs, the only way to access high definition content and resolution is through either the HDMI connection, or Component Video connections. In other words, you need an HD-Compatible television to see the benefits of Blu-ray.
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