Pioneer or Denon

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Mike Delvaux, Jun 11, 2004.

  1. Mike Delvaux

    Mike Delvaux
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    Hi
    Im after a player with ntsc/pal progresiv scan and DVD,A, SACD.
    I can get the pioneer for about £440 inc delivery and the Denon
    for about £30 more but am unsure which one to go for i'd appriciate
    any advice.
    Also to play SACD's will i need new cables or can i use the existing
    ones out of the DVD player.
     
  2. andyatkins

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    Checkout the new Pioneer 575 - due out later this month I think. PAL & NTSC Prog Scan, DVD-A, SACD, DivX, MP3, WMA & washes the dishes all for £150.

    It's advertised on the AV-LAND website (av-land.co.uk).

    Oh & I lied about the dishes.
     
  3. Mike Delvaux

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    Can any body give me an opinion on these two players. I have a pioneer 737
    and wonder weather either of them will be a significant upgrade.
    I've heared there's not alot of difference between the 757AI and the new 868. Also aparently there's not much difference between the Denon 2200 and 2900. All these players seem to be coming down in price especialy 757
    as it is old stock.
    I'll be greatful for your opinions.
    Thanks

    Mike
     
  4. Mike Delvaux

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    Have considered this machine but i'm not sure if it would be a good upgrade.my old Pioneer 737 is 4 years old but is still very good, in its day
    it was a £700 machine. This one though does;nt wash the dishes either
    but am wondering weather one of the others will.
     

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