Can't find a Mico Clasica 20

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by zilly, Apr 16, 2002.

  1. zilly

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    Does anyone know where I can get a Mico Clasica 20? I've been around Sainsburys in my area (SW London/Surrey/Middx) but they've only got a hunk of junk by Crown. thanx
     
  2. johnpreston

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    I hope you're not still looking (!) but if you are Epsom had them last week.
     
  3. jerry

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    If you are still looking Enfield branch is worth a ring.
     
  4. billduff

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    My local SavaCentre (big sainsburys!!!) had a stack of them last weekend for £99.

    Almost bought one for the bedroom !!
     
  5. pat clancy

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    whats the spec of mico,built in decoder,multi region,macro off,mp3,vcd,mic input?cheers pat
     
  6. Durandle

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    Some Sainsburys are selling them at £89 - and they seem to have a huge stock of them, and trying to get rid of them all. I just got one, and it may look cheap and tacky, but its is in fact very good for the price. The region code changer is really easy to access too.

    oh and the specs I can remember off the top of my head are -

    DVD/SVCD/VCD/MP3 CD/CD-DA and some CD-ROM things. Has Scart(RGB), S-Video, Component, Coax and standard 3 plug video output, as well has standard Hi-Fi sockets. It has a region free menu and simple easy to use interface. The downside is that it looks a bit cheap and tacky, and sometimes the plastic bits stop the eject tray from coming out fully, just needs a bit of handy work to remove the edge of the plastic fronting to sort that out.
     

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