help me choose please??

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by boogi11, Jan 11, 2003.

  1. boogi11

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    Hi all, Im new to this forum lark but lets give it a go. I had a sony DAVS400 home cinema, it fried itself last sat!!, hence I need a new one. My budget is about 450 pounds. I have been looking at a pioneer NSDV77??? but im not sure, i would prefer scart as opposed to the other sort of connection, and i bought some nice speaker stands, except they only have a small feed hole for the cable, so it would be nice if the speaker cable was detatcable from the speakers so I can feed it through the stand (not overly important though),
    Thats it through some ideas at me.
    Thanks
    Boogi
     
  2. cyberman

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    what happened to the sony???
     
  3. hornydragon

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    Have a search around few people will reconmend an all in one, but the the Yamaha HTiB45 has had good reveiws as it is a separate receiver with speakers. add a DVD and you are away the Yammy and a pioneer 454 or similar should be in range Just
    Look at:
    www.hifibitz.co.uk
    www.superfi.co.uk
    www.richersounds.co.uk
    www.avland.co.uk
    www.qed-uk.com
    EG at QED
    YAMAHA HTIB45 CINEMA PACK SILVER
    High Street £429.93 QED Price £334.35
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    PIONEER DV-454-S DVD SILVER
    High Street £179.99 QED Price £129.57
    Total £463.92
    Shop around and you could be in for £450 or less leaving you sum for decent cable.
    Please do your own research and try to hear the kit see it before buying it's worth in the long run
    :confused: :confused: :confused:
    If you stilll have the speakers look at this could be what you need
     

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