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The New Wharfdale M5 DVD player

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by swartzy, Apr 27, 2001.

  1. swartzy

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    For anyone interested just noticed a recent remote hack on the www.dvdreviewer.co.uk site for this player.

    :) swartzy :)
     
  2. JaHaD

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    The M5 Looks good but it would be nice to read a review of this player befor I spent my hard earned on it....Ahh what the hell.. I'm gonna buy one any way, its got to be better than my ageing 750 :)
    (Maybe I'll write a little reveiw on it ) ;)
     
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    Saw the M5 in my Tesco on Saturday and when I went back in yesterday, quite a few had been sold. So come on guys and girls, is it any good? Seems well made and weighty with a decent number of features...
     
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    heres a little tip: buy this player @ Tesco's Online store its 10 quid cheaper :cool:

    [ 16-05-2001: Message edited by: JaHaD ]
     
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    I would not rush out and buy an M5 just yet. The machine is brilliant but for one thing. The drive that Sampo have fitted to this machine is not up to the job.

    Either the machines that Wharfedale tested had good quality drives in them or the machine was tested by some kind of primate other than a human.

    We are now on our second machine, this is worse than the first.

    Wharfedale's reputation lies in a bloody crumpled heap as far as I am concerned.
     

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