Pioneer DV 444 Reviews
Product Type: Pioneer DVD players
Description:Manufacturer: Pioneer / MP3 Playback: Yes / CD-R(W)-Playback: Yes / Dolby Digital/DTS / Audio-Output: optical/coaxial / ... more
Newest Review: ... and price competitiveness (I paid £198 with the full chip mods). Picture quality is truly stunning, sound quality equally so ... more
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Customer Pioneer DV 444 Reviews (4)
by - written on 13/02/02, updated on 14/11/02 (Very useful, 525 readings)
Overall though I am beyond impressed, the overall audio/visual experience is tremendous, especially to someone used to the PC DVD player. I believe though that anyone wanting to upgrade an older player would be pleased with this machine, the way it handles all fast paced action and the high resolution and sharpness make for a very pleasurable viewing experience. I would recommend anyone to have a look at this player and i am sure you wouldn't be disappointed if you purchased. as for the TV who i s now getting jealous, well we can all live happily together and share the electro joy ;) İDeets some detailed specs for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/01, updated on 30/10/01 (Very useful, 667 readings)
Hi, I started in the DVD market with a simple DVD player and Decoder card in my PC. This was a great entry level as it allowed me to play DVDs from any region and was a very cheap (about 95 pounds) way to gain access to the amazing quality of picture and sound the media had to offer. I soon after got myself a DigiTheater from VideoLogic, which comprises of a Dolby Digital Decoder and a set of 6 speakers. This opened up the world of Dolby Digital sound and i was hooked on DVDs from that point on! I carried on with this setup for a while until recently when i decided to bite the bullet and get myself a decent stand alone DVD player. I have about ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/02, updated on 14/06/02 (Very useful, 380 readings)
I had been watching dvd's on my pc for quite a while and enjoyed them apart from every now and again the sound would lose sync and the video would become jerky, mainly due to the fact my graphics card had no dvd support. Anyway i decided it was time to buy a DVD player, i spent alot of time reading reviews on the Internet, and seen the Pioneer Dv-444 do very well in reviews. There were some other players i thought carefully about from Sony and Panasonic, but the Sony didn't read Cd-r and the Panasonic didn't have RGB video output an absolute must if you want to get the best out of DVD! The first thing you notice about this player is its ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/03, updated on 02/04/03 (Somewhat useful, 201 readings)
I, like kevip6, bought mine from Techtronics because of their reputation and price competitiveness (I paid £198 with the full chip mods). Picture quality is truly stunning, sound quality equally so unless you put a CD in it - then it is meerly acceptable. But hey, you want it to play DVD's right? Look no further unless you want to spend a hell of a lot more money and get a comparatively small improvement in performance. I would whole-heartedly recommend buying from Techtronics. Why pay the same money and buy on the high street for a deck that only plays region2 and won't let you copy to tape? ... Read the complete review
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