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Written on: 30/10/2008 by drewie (1 review written)
Great value for money, and would recommend the DV-350 to my friends. Its got a great standard of images and sounds. I cant think of any bad points as mine did everything i wanted it to… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2003 by Cave Homme. (1 review written)
I spent a good few months researching and physically seeing many DVD players. Looking for something inexpensive (don't want to invest a lot in something that may be outdated in 2-3 years due to fast rate of technology change), yet needs to be of good quality in the meantime. To cut a long story short, ended up buying the Pioneer 350 multizone version over Christmas. Tested various the following DVDs via a Sony TV, the most recent being:- 1. Lord of the Rings 2. Harry Potter 3. Spiderman 4… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2003 by Gaz. (1 review written)
Broke down after only one month's moderate play… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/12/2002 by tiger. (1 review written)
A GREAT ALL ROUND MACHINE THAT WILL PLEASE ALL THAT INVEST. WITH A GREAT SLIMLINE DESIGN IT WILL BLEND INTO ANY SILVER SYSTEM OR SETUP ALREADY INPLACE. ( PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT ITS ONLY BAD POINT )… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2002 by Angelthing. (1 review written)
I just got this unit as a region free player (normally these come to Greece as region 2 locked) for 300Eu which for the local market is a bargain price. I've hooked it up with a Sony AV rec/amp (STR DE 485) and a set of AIWA 5.1 speakers and it sounded great using the AV connectors (will get the digital cable soon) in the surround modes. Until now I have tried it with CDR MP'3, CDRW MP'3, both closed and open disks and these work ok - It does not like multisession MP'3 CD's though - only… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/12/2002 by Alienturnedhuman. (1 review written)
I bought this player for 3 reasons. 1. To play a couple of DVDs that were incompatible with my 18 month Toshiba. 2. To be able to play Region 1 DVDs. 3. To be able to play DVD-Rs. Now, on everything bar points 1, and the speed of reading standard manufactured discs I would consider my old Toshiba to be a far superior model. It was much better constructed, had an optical digital out for connecting to my speakers and was much simpler to set up and use. The machine specified it would play DVD-Rs… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/12/2002 by mudstuff. (1 review written)
The dv350 is a great piece of kit. The first dvd player i had was a Pioneer over 4 years ago. I sold this to a friend and it is still going strong and playing ALL dvds, even RCEs, which his Sony F-11 did not! Next in line was a Sony DAV-S300 as i wanted full 5.1 in a sleek little all-in-one unit. However, the Sony lacked power and i decided to go the whole hog on the home cinema front - I am a film production undergraduate. I therefore, bought a good reciever - Sony STR-DB940, a good tele Sony… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2002 by Chalky. (1 review written)
An elegant and stylish piece of kit, the Pioneer DVD 350 is a snip at the price. It comes with a range of functions which would normally put it into a much higher price bracket and once you've seen it and used it a few times you will be hooked. Go out and get it today - don't waste your money on inferior supermarket 'bargains'!… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2002 by Rigpig. (1 review written)
This machine is well worth the £150.00 I paid for it it has played every format of disk that I tried without so much as a glitch it's packed with features and as an added bonus it's great to look at and most people would think it was in the £300 + bracket.
Disks that I've tried
DVD's from regions 1,2,3 and 4
RCE disks no problem and all region switching is automatic.
Why pay for an inferior "supermarket special" when this is only a few pounds more?… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2002 by tliet. (1 review written)
After a problematic relationship with a Cyberhome dvd player, I was relieved to see all my discs played flawlessly with this basic DV-350 DVD player from Pioneer.
The images are crisp and colorful with brilliant sound. The setup menu is really nice with easy to remember icons and menu's. The operating system can be a little slow sometimes with the player responding seconds after the disc eject command has been issued for example. But that is the only complaint I have… Read Full Review
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