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Dvd player advice/recommendation please! :)

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by tazzi, Jan 4, 2003.

  1. tazzi

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    Hiya, thanks for looking,

    Im after a DVD player, which has the following and im yet to find it :)

    - Must be multi-region
    - Must play svcds
    - Must play mp3s
    - Ideally be multi-disc, 3disc/5discs etc, not one of these 100disc monsters :D
    - Ideally have an optical out

    If someone could recommend a player that does all of these I would be really greatful if you could tell me what it is :)

    Im looking for spend around £150

    Many thanks ,
    Andy
     
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    Thanks GUS, that sony one is good, but I cant find much information on google about it :(

    Doesnt have optical out, but is a 5cd multichanger :D also found it for £190 at dvdplayers.co.uk

    Hmm.,. what to do :)

    Andy
     
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    Thank for the links!! going to look at them now :)

    Its between the pioneer dv-454, which isnt a multi-changer and the sony... only problem is I know the pioneer is proven to be good, but I cant find hardly any user reviews about the sony.... which is weird coz i thought it would be popular

    Cheers
    Andy
     

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