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Cambridge Audio DVD59 or Pioneer DV575

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by pigsear, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. pigsear

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    Hi

    Anyone have experience of both these players? I know the Pioneer boasts DivX playback, but I have heard that the picture and CD quality of the CA beats the Pioneer.

    Build quality, especially of the drawer mechanism, will be a factor for me. I will be attaching it to a Tosh 36ZP46 CRT.

    Help :)
     
  2. russraff

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    Dunno about the 59 but the Cambridge Audio Azure player is certainly better than the Pioneer and the build quality is miles better. The Azure comes with a really nice remote, too.

    Russell
     
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    I've had the DVD59 for years and am happy. Its prog scan output over component is great. They tray mechanism is a bit funny though.
     

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