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Harman Kardon DV25 Multi Region DVD Player

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by thewolf, Feb 27, 2004.

  1. thewolf

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    Hi,
    I am planning to buy a new 32" CRT TV with progressive scan support and component input, probably a Thomson WB 642 S.

    I will have to buy a new DVD player with progressive scan support and component output.

    What do you think about the Harman Kardon DV25 Multi Region DVD Player?
    I've found it on sale for about 120 euros (80 pounds).

    Thanks!

    P.S.: What do you think about the Thomson TV? How do you compare it to a Panasonic TX-32PD30D?
     
  2. kwebbotaurus

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    From what I've heard it's very good, where did you find it for £80?
     
  3. Crocodile JD

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    The only place I found it for 120 euros was on an e-bay auction in some country or other. What will the highest bid be? Where did you see it??

    Croc
     
  4. hornydragon

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    Excellent player but even S/H i would expect €200 at least for one working in good condition.
     
  5. thewolf

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    I apologize for posting the wrong price, the actual price is 270 pounds!

    Ciao.
     
  6. hornydragon

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    thats still a good deal mate 506 is similar money and although DVD2550 same specs as DVD25 were available for £260 recently the price has gone back up to £300
     
  7. Crocodile JD

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    Home Cinema Heavan still doing DVD2550 at £249 I think
     
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    So they are and the cheeky chappies are doing the DVD25 for £250 too
     
  9. thewolf

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    What is the difference between the DVD25 and the DVD2550?

    Thanks!
     
  10. hornydragon

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    2550 is silver (two tone) 25 is a BLACK beast!
     
  11. Coaxial

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    Mate, get a 25 at that price, silver or not! looks / sounds better than any of the competition below 500 squid, but admittably get's it's arse kicked soooooo far by the Arcam 88..
    maybe you could pick up an 88p on ebay?
    othewr than that, the Pioneers are canny, but aren't stereo players, and the Denons are a bit behind the competition IMHO.
     
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