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New Dvd Player

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Assesears, Jul 10, 2003.

  1. Assesears

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    G'Day
    Have about £200 to spend on a new player any ideas?.Looked at the Cambridge Audio DVD57 any good?.
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. digitaldave

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    Have you thought about the Toshiba SD330E, multi-region for £80 from Amazon? That then leaves £120 to get loads of DVD's to feed in to it :cool:.

    Cheers,

    Dave.
     
  3. Assesears

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    Never thought of that
    Cheers
     
  4. Gary Lightfoot

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    The Panasonic S75 is very good, and only £129 from www.digital-point.co.uk.

    I read a review that said it produces an image as good as higher priced players, and having demo'd it on my projector, can confirm that it's better than teh CA157, Limit 9900SE and Toshiba SD520. It was very similar to the Pioneer (656 I think) that I saw my pj bing demo's with.

    That's what my money would go on if I had to buy a player now. It does NTSC progressive too.

    Gary.
     
  5. bowler

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    The Panasonic S75 also plays DVD audio and DVD ram.
     
  6. chubben

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    and it plays highmat, although quite useles..
    and works fine with dvd-r .. and should work with dvd+r.. although i have not confirmed this myself.
     

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