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Pioneer 737-to buy or not to buy?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Stupot43, Nov 14, 2001.

  1. Stupot43

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    Thinking of buying this player while stocks are still available.
    Would appreciate comments from people who have had this player. Did they have any problems? Basically pro`s & con`s. Would you buy it again, if not what alternative would you have gone for? I like this player because it has RGB loopthrough,component out, good picture quality and good cd replay.

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    Stuart
     
  2. Paul D

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    I bought this machine a few weeks ago.
    I can honestly say a haven't found a single fault!.
    It has enough adjustments to tailor the picture to perfection.
    Even the jog dial on the remote has proved fantastic for flicking frames forward/back etc.(Not something i thought would be very useful!).
    I paid £350inc vat fully auto region, but that was due to a shop error. But you can still get them modded for £390.
    Buy with confidence!:)
     
  3. General Skanky

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    I bought one just after cos Fulabeer is my leader. :D
    Excellent machine. At £390 it's a hell of a bargain.
    Well built, all the good facilities, if you want to go better, prepare to pay lots more!
     
  4. Stupot43

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    Thanks General,
    Where did you get it from for £390

    Stuart
     
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    Sound and Vision, Bolton.
    They have ads in the mag.
    Look in the thread in Special Offers from Fulabeer for all the info.
    The mod is a software upgrade, so the player hasn't been physically opened etc.
     
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    :D

    Just to let you know that I have ordered my player from Forum Hi-Fi, £415 with auto/manual select,RCE OK,macro off delivered Tuesday 20/11/01

    Spoke to Sound & Vision:-wanted £420,they wasn`t sure what type of mod it was and macro wasn`t disabled.

    Thanks to all who offered replies.

    Stuart:D
     

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