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Sony SMP-N100 specs

Sony SMP-N100
We are currently working on upgrading our specs, but here are some short details.


Deep Color : Yes (12bit)
Upscaling : Yes (Precision CinemaHD Upscaler)
x.v. Color : Yes

Format Support:

AAC : Yes (USB)- m4a
AVC-HD : Yes (USB)
DivX : Yes (USB )- jpg, jpeg
DivX HD : Yes (USB and DLNA)- XviD
JPEG : Yes (USB and DLNA)- jpg, jpeg
LPCM : Yes (USB and DLNA)- wav
MP3 : Yes (USB and DLNA)- mp3
MPEG-1 : Yes (USB)- vob, vro, mpg, mpeg, m2ts, mts
MPEG : Yes (USB and DLNA)- vob, vro, mpg, mpeg, m2ts, mts
Simple MPEG : Yes - MPEG 4 AVC (USB)- mkv, mp4, m4v, m2ts, mts
WMA : Yes (USB and DLNA)- wma (DLNA:Basic profile only no 32kpbs or lower)
WMV : Yes - WMV9 (USB)- wmv, asf

Convenience Features:

A/V Sync : Yes
Wireless LAN : Yes 802.11b/g/n


Auto Power Off : Yes
Bit-Rate Indicator (Video/Audio) : Yes
Easy Set Up : Yes
Favorites : Yes
JPEG Slideshow BGM : Slideshow with music from USB
Parental Control : Yes
PhotoTV HD : Yes
Screen Saver : Yes
Startup Screen : Yes

Weights and measurment:

Dimensions (Approx.) : 7 3/8" x 1 5/8" x 7 3/8" (185x40x185mm)
Weight (Approx.) : 1lb 8oz (680g)

Network Features

BRAVIA Internet Video : Yes
DLNA : Client
Wireless LAN : Yes 802.11b/g/n

Inputs and Outputs

Analog Audio 2ch Output(s) (L,R) : 1
Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr) Output(s) : 1
Composite Video Output(s) : 1
Ethernet Port(s) : 1
HDMI™ Output(s) : 1
Optical Audio Digital Output(s) : 1
USB Port(s) : 1- front


Digital-to-Analog Converter : 192kHz/24bit

Audio features:

Dolby Digital Output : bitstream
dts Output : bitstream


Power Requirements : 110-240V 50Hz/60Hz

USB Connectivity

External Hard Disc Drive : Yes (FAT32, NTFS)
USB Flash Memory : Yes (FAT32, NTFS)
USB Keyboard : Yes

If you are interested in using our specs commercially, check out our Digital Media Players specs database licensing page.

Description: BRAVIA Internet Video is a popular feature of Sony TVs, allowing instant online access to an unparalleled range of entertainment services such as YouTube™, catch-up TV platforms and movies. Now Sony opens it up to any room with the launch of the SMP-N100, a compact ‘Network Media Player’ unit also offering Wi-Fi connection to a home network, and DLNA compatibility to stream a wide range of audio and video content.
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Created by MG1 , Last update by MG2 , Oct 14, 2010


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