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SONY LASERDISC PLAYERS

SONY LDP-1000A - This NTSC laserdisc player is used in Bega's Battle and Cobra Command.  It is not compatible with the newer "LDP" series players such as the LDP-1450, LDP-1550, etc.  See the Programming Manual for a detailed look at the communication of this laserdisc player.

Sony LDP-1000A - Operating Instructions (.pdf) 31 pages (1.4MB)
Sony LDP-1000A - Programming Manual (.pdf) 74 pages (2.1MB)
Sony LDP-1000A - Interface Manual (.pdf) 19 pages (0.3MB)


SONY LDP-1450 - This NTSC laserdisc player is used in COPS, Crime Patrol, Crime Patrol 2, Dragon's Lair II, Fast Draw Showdown, Gallagher's Gallery, The Last Bounty Hunter, Mad Dog McCree, Mad Dog II, Space Ace ('91), Space Pirates, Time Traveler, and Who Shot Johnny Rock?  Using the Hi-Tech or LaserAce conversion card, this player can also be used in the US versions of Dragon's Lair and Space Ace ('83).

The LD player must be set to 9600 baud rate for proper communication with the PCB.  The DIP switch settings for the Sony LDP-1450 are:  1-down, 2-down, 3-down, 4-up.  There is also a bank of six DIP switches which must all be set in the down position.  For info on the command set, check the Sony Command Set page.

Sony LDP-1450 - Manual (.pdf) 19 pages (0.9MB)
Sony LDP-1450 - Service Manual (.pdf) (part 1) 50 pages (13.2MB)
Sony LDP-1450 - Service Manual (.pdf) (part 2) 19 pages (23.0MB)


SONY LDP-1500P - This PAL laserdisc player was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory.  Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in the Euro/Atari Dragon's Lair and Space Ace games.

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SONY LDP-1550 - This NTSC laserdisc player was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory.  This player can be used as a direct replacement for any of the games that are listed above in the LDP-1450 section, except Dragon's Lair II, which can have partial compatibility after the installation of the DL2 Player Conversion ROM.  Using the Hi-Tech or LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in additional laserdisc games.

The LD player must be set to 9600 baud rate for proper communication with the PCB.  The DIP switch settings for the Sony LDP-1550 are:  1-down, 2-down, 3-down, 4-up.  For info on the command set, check the Sony Command Set page.

Sorry, no manual available.


SONY LDP-1550P - This PAL laserdisc player is used in Marbella Vice, Tierras Salvajes, and Zorton Brothers.  Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in the Euro/Atari Dragon's Lair and Space Ace games.

Sony LDP-1550P - Service Manual (.pdf) 86 pages (32MB)


SONY LDP-2000 - This NTSC laserdisc player was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory.  This player can be used as a direct replacement for any of the games that are listed above in the LDP-1450 section, except Dragon's Lair II, which can have partial compatibility after the installation of the DL2 Player Conversion ROM.  Using the Hi-Tech or LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in additional laserdisc games.

The LD player must be set to 9600 baud rate for proper communication with the PCB.  The DIP switch settings for the Sony LDP-2000 are:  1-up, 2-up, 3-up, 4-down.  For info on the command set, check the Sony Command Set page.

Sony LDP-2000 - Manual (.pdf) 23 pages (3.6MB)


SONY LDP-2000P - This PAL laserdisc player was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory.  Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in the Euro/Atari Dragon's Lair and Space Ace games.

The LD player must be set to 9600 baud rate for proper communication with the PCB.  The DIP switch settings for the Sony LDP-2000P are:  1-up, 2-up, 3-up, 4-down.  For info on the command set, check the Sony Command Set page.

Sorry, no manual available.


SONY LDP-3600D - This combination PAL / NTSC laserdisc player was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory.  It is compatible with many laserdisc games such as COPS, Crime Patrol, Crime Patrol 2, Dragon's Lair II, Fast Draw Showdown, Gallagher's Gallery, The Last Bounty Hunter, Mad Dog McCree, Mad Dog II, Space Ace ('91), Space Pirates, Time Traveler, and Who Shot Johnny Rock?  Using the Hi-Tech or LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in additional laserdisc games.

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