Toshiba 3109 vs 200

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  1. Reiner

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    Hi,

    anyone care to explain the difference between the two, except the color?
    And any personal experience (with the players, nothing else [​IMG] ) you can report, ie performance, obvious flaws, RCE etc etc.

    Thinking of replacing my aging Yamaha with one of those and later dumping it at my parents place (gold color like the 3109 would be just nice).

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  2. Ars longa, vita brevis

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    i think they have different remotes, 3109 comes with abeast, complete with jog dial, which you could give someone a good beatin with and looks cool, 200 comes with a shoddy gold number, which is a more practical size, but not so impressive.

    i think 3109's are in short supply now.
    however, the 9000's are also endin and going for aboot £400-£500 ithink, which would make better sense than what is essentially a 2109 with a double tray and decoder.

    dont know much aboot RCE, i though it was a problem on all toshibas. I dont know if it can be overcome by starting a normal R1 disc then inserting the RCE disc.

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  3. Stewart C

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    Reiner

    Let me assure you that the SD-200 is a superlative piecce of kit. The clarity and signal to noise is unbeatable.

    RCE is a limited problem, hopefully will be sorted soon.

    Go for the 200 you won't be disappointed


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