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Panasonic S75 = S75EBS?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Greyhound, Nov 30, 2003.

  1. Greyhound

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    Hi

    Can anyone tell me if the Panasonic S75 is the same as the S75EBS? If not what are the differences?

    Assuming they are the same, DVD Buyer said the sound quality on the S75EBS let the player down. Can any owners or people who have seen the player say that this is an accurate comment?
    If they are different players, does the S75 suffer from the same audio problems as the S75EBS.

    Thanks
     
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    Page two of the instructions refers to "EB" as for UK model, although later it discusses variations apllicable and includes spec for other regions, so it must be a multi market player(post region setting)
    The front cover reffers to use in.
    2 Europe
    3 Asia
    4 Australia
    5 Russia
    No region 1 on it's own though?
     
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    Either way a great player, only let down by the single scart, worth every of the £125 MR asking price in August.
    Plays Spiderman region 1 RCE, my Philips 890 couldn't.
     
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    I think this player is £114.95 in Richer Sounds.
     
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    Maybe the S stands for Silver ?
     
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    Recently bought from Amazon - £108 for multiregion player and very pleased with the kit.
    Sound quality on audio CD not quite up to my existing Technics CD player so keeping both in tandem. Currently only playing through Stereo amp as this is my first foray into home theatre environment.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. So no real problems with sound quality? (something that you can pickup when playing CDs) I don't expect CD player quality from a DVD player but just wondered if it is something that is noticeable and sets the player back as DVD buyer made a point about it.
     

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