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Have a got a faulty Pioneer DV-350K??

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Blenky, Aug 9, 2003.

  1. Blenky

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    I bought this DVD player from Amazon in March and overall have been very pleased with it. However I've noticed that I have had quite a few issues with disks, such as freezing, skipping and pixilation. I had NO such issues with my old Toshiba 2109.

    This has happened with such disks as The Hours (R1), Bourne Identity (R1), froze once during FD2 (R2). The latest problem is Treasure Planet (R2) which the kids have just been watching. Throughout it froze, stuttered and pixilated - it appears fine when I play it on my PC.

    All disks appeared unmarked.

    Does this indicate a problem or is this player just 'sensitive' .
     
  2. G.M.

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    I've had the same player, since Christmas 2002. Haven't had any probs with it.
    regards,
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  3. Nobber22

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    Ditto. I reckon you have a duff one. Get it changed out.
     
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    You may be right. I'm trying a lens cleaner first. If I still have problems its going back.
     

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