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Pioneer vs. Toshiba

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by freka586, Jan 21, 2001.

  1. freka586

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    First a question; does the Toshiba SD200 have onboard DTS-decoder?
    If a can by the Toshiba SD200 and the Pioneer 636 for about the same prize, which is to prefer?
    And more importantly: why?
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  2. Radioactive__Man

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    I used to own the Pioneer 626 [less outputs on rear , but same machine I believe], upon oredering a 46" Toshiba RPTV, I decided I wanted a player with component outputs so plumped for the SD200E, in answer to your question, yes it does have DTS decoding on board, with co-ax, digital and 6ch discreet outputs on rear.

    Overall, the benefits [to me !] of owning the Toshiba over the Pioneer are as folllows:-

    1] Anti alias filter [better picture res.]

    2] Component output [better than RGB via scart]

    3] Same manufacture [one remote for both !]

    4] Twin tray is handy for double disc movies

    hope that answers your questions
     

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