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Ronin P90H, what's it like?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by cyberheater, Oct 20, 2004.

  1. cyberheater

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    I've just bit the (rather small) bullet and ordered a Ronin P90H for an amazing price of less then 30 quid with shipping :)

    Does anyone know what it's like as a player and how good the progressive scan feature is.

    Thanks.
     
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    anyone?
     
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    It looks like i'll have to post a mini-review when I get mine then.
     
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    cyberheater,

    Have you got the P90H yet? If yes what is your impressions?

    I've seen it on sale at microlandtechnology for around £38+delivery and interested in one for my girlfriend's parents, as it also has a bonus of karaoke function.

    Where did you get yours and was it multi-region enabled out of the box?

    Wasabi
     
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    I never got mine. "Special Reserve" scammed me so I ended up with a Tosh SD340 which is very good.
     
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    Wasabi,
    I have had many DVD players and recently bought a no frills £29.99 Mico from Sainsbury's, MR out of the box, RGB scart and plays discs which my costly Pioneer 757 cannot even load
     
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    Ged,

    Thanks for the tip. Could you please give me the model name of your Mico?

    Cyberheater, too bad that special reserve was tricky.

    Wasabi
     
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    Wasabi,
    it is a Mico 1028, narrow size, the only downer is the hard press power button but we have to walk to it to change discs :)
    Excellent for the price, a mate bought one, he was after the Mico Tower for approx £70 but they bust the key in the store room door, he's pleased.
    Ged
     

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