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Tosh SD2109 VS ?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by ado, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. ado

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    My eyes are strained - im looking for a dvd player to succeed my sd2109.

    im looking at the pioneer 575 or maybe the cambridge audio 540d.
    but dont know if these will compare favourably.

    any ideas?
     
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    If it isn't faulty, keep it.
    Unless you want SACD / DVD-A / DVI / HDMI and so on.

    When it's faulty you can buy a new player anyway, how old is yours, mine is over four years old now and still works great. :cool:
     
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    it wont play anything other than originals
     
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    Fair point. :cool:


    Pioneer is a safe bet.
    If you fancy the Cambridge you could return it to Richers if unhappy.


    If it's main purpose is to play non-originals, maybe you could buy a £30 supermarket player and sit it on top of your Toshiba, the PQ should be more than sufficient. Keep using the 2109 for originals.
     

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