Written on: 25/07/2004 by mavdog (1 review written)
Has a problem with skipping and freezing. I would not recommend the Sharp DV740H player to anyone. (read more)
Written on: 07/07/2003 by Bonzo Banana.
What can I say great picture and sound, reads all media from cdr to dvd+r and has no problems with vcds and svcds. The one I got was a later one which has a better loader than the earlier ones so I've not had any problems. I upgraded the firmware for macrovision free and its also been upgraded for multiregion. Absolutely superb. Sadly I don't use it so much now as I have a samsung home cinema system but if someone wants a copy to vhs or I've got a tricky disc that the samsung won't read the... (read more)
Written on: 24/11/2002 by Malibu Mike.
I Purchased the Sharp DV740S at the local Media Market for 139.00 Euros about a month ago. The Region Hack found on this site worked perfectly. PAL DVD Playback on PAL TV and NTSC DVD Playback on NTSC TV works well. However conversion of a PAL DVD or NTSC DVD to the opposite standard TV shows some delay and jumping of the picture. Not real bad but noticable. Also , the unit is 220 V only. (read more)
Written on: 23/01/2002 by Dawn.
The DV740H is a nice looking dvd player but, like Steve, we are also on our 2nd player and are still having problems with skipping/picture freezing. Steer clear. (read more)
Written on: 27/12/2001 by Andy.
With its excellent sound and picture quality, this unit holds its ground with more established makes.
Officially, the unit is a REGION-2 player. I am pleased, however, to inform you that the link below has information on how you can modify your Sharp 740H DVD player to multi-region.
All that you need to do is download a text file and burn it to a CD-R. All the details are included on the... (read more)
Written on: 01/12/2001 by Accord.
Good Price - nice looking box ...it appears to be a sampo DVD player rebadged...has anybody tried the multi region hack (sampo dve611) and if so - does it work ? (read more)