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Up Grading a Pioneer a DVL-909 DVD/LD

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Darth Vader, Feb 13, 2002.

  1. Darth Vader

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    Can any one help?.

    I own a Pioneer DVL- 909 DVD/LD player and have heard you can upgrade the firmware in the machine to allow dts output through the digital outs.

    Is this a pipe dream or have my prayers been answered?.

    PS. I can't belive anyone has not picked Darth Vader before!
     
  2. General Skanky

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    Have you looked at www.videotec.co.uk as they do things like that, normally by adding a DTS output specifically?
     
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    Hi I have some info on moding the DVL-909 depending on what version you have. You can convert it by changing 2 surface mount resistors to a DVL-91 which outputs DTS- the only drawback is you effectively convert it to play NTSC only!! I have a copy of the webpage if you would like it emailed to you but it has since dissapeared off the net. The other thing is to unfortunately get hold of a 919, I have seen them down to £350 on auctions!
     

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