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Upgrading from a Pioneer 717 to a 737?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Dan110, Jan 4, 2003.

  1. Dan110

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    Is it worthwhile upgrading my Pioneer 717 to a 737 or should I be looking elsewhere for a better upgrade? Budget is upto £400?

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  2. Dutch

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    Hi Dan,

    How about the Pioneer 656A? It's had very good magazine reviews (and from a few folk on here too) with DVD-Audio and SACD. You should be able to pick a multi-region one up for about £330. Alternatively if you want progressive scan, you could get the Philips 963SA which just has SACD, not DVD-Audio. It should be about the same price as the Pioneer but is not easy to find at the moment :) Hope this helps.

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    I have a DV737 for sale if you are interested...

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    Rob
     
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    Rob,

    How much are you looking for for the 737?

    Dan
     
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    Dan,

    I'd take around £275 for it - 2 years old, boxed, no marks etc and not that much use. Gold, R2. Gives an excellent picture even on interlaced component into my Tosh RP TV.

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