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Hi Everyone,

 

I have been an avid reader of the forum, but always been quietly observing. I have finally decided to join the community - so HELLO! 

I will post a few pictures of my (mid range set up), would like to hear what everyone thinks and what you would suggest I do next. But a quick question for you, I currently have a Pioneer LX91 blu-ray player which has stops reading discs about an hour into the film. I have updated the software to no avail, any quick fixes (I know quite a few of you use this player), or does it need to go back to Pioneer?

 

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RE: Newbie

Hi. Welcome. Sounds like the BD is knackered - take it back or buy a new one, they're only the price of a round of beers these days...

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RE: Newbie

This guy needed a brand new Blu-ray player fitted because it stopped playing Blu-rays:

 

http://www.avforums.com/forums/dvd-blu-ray-player-classified-adverts/1782946-sale-pioneer-bdp-lx91-blu-ray-player.html

Home cinema system: Panasonic 50VT65 (THX calibrated), Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1.

Gadgets: iPad 4 and iPhone 4s.  Headphones: B&O H6.  Dab radio: Roberts Dreamtime.

 

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RE: Newbie

I have taken it back, a costly repair (over £300 ouch) but worth it. I wouldnt buy one of these cheap machines which 'cost less than a round of beers' as I dont think they are any good. 

 

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