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What sort of price should I be asking for this black two year old (from new) If I decide to sell it soon?

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What sort of price should I be asking for this black two year old (from new) If I decide to sell it soon?

 

I have seen them sell between £150-£200.  What are you buying instead?

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Last one on AV sold for £200 posted, which is better going than eBay at present.

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Sorry for late reply Gel.

I'm not sure what I'll get if I do sell it. It's just that I'm fed up with waiting for it to load. 

When it decides to it's very good though. Dirol

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Interested to see what you go for....

Panasonic tx p65st 50b. Pioneer Sc- lx82, bdp lx52. Monitor audio rx6 av12. Bowers & Wilkins P7. Fiio Mont Blanc. Everything Apple. Pioneer pep 4280xd. Lots of other stuff.....

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RE: Denon DVD-2500BT

piobob wrote:

Sorry for late reply Gel.

I'm not sure what I'll get if I do sell it. It's just that I'm fed up with waiting for it to load. 

When it decides to it's very good though. Dirol

 

The Denon I saw wasn't too bad at loading, if I was you I would go for the Cambridge Audio one or an Oppo.

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gel wrote:

piobob wrote:

Sorry for late reply Gel.

I'm not sure what I'll get if I do sell it. It's just that I'm fed up with waiting for it to load. 

When it decides to it's very good though. Dirol

 

The Denon I saw wasn't too bad at loading, if I was you I would go for the Cambridge Audio one or an Oppo.

Yes the Denon is slower to load than many of today's players, but quality is always worth waiting for.

This is still on hell of a player.

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I agree it is slow to load "But thats what the kettles for"!!!!!!!!!!!!

I still haven`t seen anything aroud it`s price point that can really beat if for picture and sound quality, even though its getting on a bit.

 

 

 

 

 

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You might lose a further 20-25 seconds of your life waiting for the 2500 to load, but to me it's not an issue considering the quality of images produced. None of us are that busy that it makes a difference in our lives...

Should I purchase a 3D-ready television in the near future, I'll likely buy a relatively cheap 3D-capable BDP, but I'll hang on to the 2500 for 2D Blu-ray duties. In my opinion, the 2500's inability to play 3D discs is its only notable deficiency as a player right now. Since almost every device in the audio-visual chain can now stream content, I hardly miss this kind of functionality from my BDP.

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Loading time is a very small price to pay for a player that still produces in my eyes, the best picture and sound quality.

Why are you in a rush? get some pop corn and a drink and by the time you sit down to enjoy the picture, it will all be ready for you.

Unless you are changing it for some 'smart' features, that is.

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