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Rotel RDV-1060

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by kevshed, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. kevshed

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    Hi all,
    Has anyone seen one of these yet? Curious to know peoples views, as am considering is as an option...

    Rgds
    Kev
     
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    i think its the RDV-1080 you mean
     
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    I haven't seen the 1060, but all other Rotel DVD players (985, 995, 1080) are based on JVC chassis. The 985 and 995 were awful for the money, and the 1080 wasn't much better (I used to have a 995 for some reason). In fact the Region 2 version of the players were simply Region 1 players with a multi region hack (and hence no SCART sockets). As the 1060 has SCART sockets this may not be the case with the new models, but I would still check out the 1060 very carefully before buying it.

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    Some discussion of it here

    Rumour has it it's based on a Philips machine.
     

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