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Logik Blu Ray Player @ PC World £99.99 Save £30 + 5% off online

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Hmm a Blu Ray player for £100, soon they will be £25 and you can splash £100 and get yourself a PS3 but for anyone else seems to be quite cheap Immerse yourself in Blu-Ray high definition, with the… Read More
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Hmm a Blu Ray player for £100, soon they will be £25 and you can splash £100 and get yourself a PS3 but for anyone else seems to be quite cheap

Immerse yourself in Blu-Ray high definition, with the Logik DV-1000 player producing the purest clarity like never before. Profile version 1.1
Upgradeable to BDLive-additional content
5times picture quality than standard def
7.1 channel surround sound
Plays your old dvds
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#1
Link doesn't appear to be working.
#2
AntiHeroUK
Link doesn't appear to be working.


pc world and dixons don't link very well:

here's the Product code: 836068
#3
Cheers AugQX :)
#4
I cant fix the link

stupid site!!!
#6
Just use your DVD player?
#8
sconie
Too much clutter on the TV stand, with the Sky box and the Wii, nice deal however.


You class that as too much, my wife would love you

Virgin box
Surround Reciever
Wii
Bluray player
DVD Player (recently moved)


Will be getting a foxsat PVR and a PS3 eventually to add to the list which will replace the PS2,VCR and a Freeview box (all went upstairs)
#9
already imported a US PS3 for Region A discs (thinking US/Region A areas always have BDs out first & better editions or Uncut, and also would be cheaper), but lately in the UK there seems to be a huge BD sales drive going on, with Amazon & HMV all have cheap BD sales (now even much cheaper than importing from the US) and many of the sales BDs are Fox Region B coded discs, really hate Fox for locking nearly all their releases, so I'm tempted/needed to get a cheapo approx £100 Region B BD player, but this doesn't decode Dolby TrueHD or DTS HDMA does it? my AV receiver only accepts LPCM so I need the player to do the decoding.


sconie
Too much clutter on the TV stand, with the Sky box and the Wii, nice deal however.


2 pieces & you call it clutter?

PS3, xbox360, Wii, Sky+, Wireless video sender, DVD/HDD recorder, AV cinema receiver, DVD player, WDTV media player, and even the phat PS2, LOL, I'm trying hard to find a tv entertainment unit that can fit all that in, but at the same time still have good ventilation, really worry about over heating.

still want to get a Region B BD player & a Freesat HD PVR as well LOL.
#10
Logik is an awful brand, beware!
#11
joni944
Just use your DVD player?


A DVD player via scart looks dreadful on an HDTV. A DVD played via HDMI however, looks pretty decent, even when not upscaled :-)
#12
its only profile 1.1 tho..
#13
these are pretty unreliable (code 5 item), ugly and dont play avchd files (which should be part of the BD spec)

i'd personally pay slightly extra and get a branded one
#14
Dead easy to link to DSG sites: [url]www.pcworld.co.uk/product.php?sku=836068[/url] Change the last code.

If you were looking to buy a new vacuum cleaner would you buy a Logik? Maybe, but if it wasn't 100% one day you could put the vacuuming off for a couple of days. When I sit down to watch a Bluray disc I want to watch it and I want it to work.

Logik? I don't think so. Spend an extra few pounds and buy a brand that's going to be updated and where you know the manufacturer cares about their consumers.
#15
I got one of these a few months ago.
Found that the picture, when it was a moving scene stuttered.
I returned it and upgraded to a Sony.
I said to myself the idea of getting Blu-ray is to get a superior picture on a 1080p tv so why buy the cheapest player?
My Logik player could have been faulty but didn't want an exchange.
The sony is far better.
#16
stezo2k


i'd personally pay slightly extra and get a branded one


Fujioka


Logik? I don't think so. Spend an extra few pounds and buy a brand that's going to be updated and where you know the manufacturer cares about their consumers.


p20001995

I said to myself the idea of getting Blu-ray is to get a superior picture on a 1080p tv so why buy the cheapest player?
The sony is far better.


Agreed - yes, it's cheap. But for a reason. And seen as branded players aren't that much more now, I'd go for a Sony or Samsung everytime.
#17
anyone managed to find a good deal for a branded BD Profile 2.0 player with DTSHDMA & DolbyTrueHD onboard decoding?
#18
Don't waste your money on this, buy a Sony or Panasonic. or if you have to buy something thats cheap then a samsung.
#19
I'm hoping for a cheap player to come along that has a good build quality and plays BD and DVD discs from all regions.

I'm making do with my PS3 at the moment but the region lock is a big problem.

As far as clutter under my TV:
Sky+, Upscaling DVD player, Xbox with XBMC, Surround receiver, 360, PS3, Wii, PopcornHour and External 500gb DVD Drive.
#20
really hoping some company like Datel can release something like "BluRay Region X" for the PS3 (like they used to do for PS2 DVD Region X) saves me all the hassle & money because of stupid Region lock! and no sign of it being software hacked, instead of physically chipping the hardware.
#21
sconie
So are there any Blu-Ray players on the market that will let you play multi region DVD's ?


use AnyDVD & Shrink to rip/strip region coding & burn movie to DVD+/-R

an option if u have a few overseas DVD's.
#22
sconie
So are there any Blu-Ray players on the market that will let you play multi region DVD's ?


Richer sounds has a panasonic BD player for £179 that plays DVDs multiregion out of the box.

http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=PANA-DMPBD35-MRDVD

That's DVD's though as BD takes a hardware hack from what i've read.
#23
Vimes220
You class that as too much, my wife would love you

Virgin box
Surround Reciever
Wii
Bluray player
DVD Player (recently moved)


Will be getting a foxsat PVR and a PS3 eventually to add to the list which will replace the PS2,VCR and a Freeview box (all went upstairs)


i know exactly what you mean, i have:

virgin box
Dreambox
DVD recorder
xbox (xbmc)
xbox360
wii
dreamcast
amp
wireless video sender
joytech component cable switcher

thank god you can hide quite a bit behind a flat screen TV :oops:
#24
sconie
So are there any Blu-Ray players on the market that will let you play multi region DVD's ?


Most Panasonic , Pioneer and Sony BR players can be easily upgraded to MR for DVD using a hack via the likes of a One For All remote.

e.g. this thread [using a harmony remote] http://www.avforums.com/forums/blu-ray-dvd-players/972343-harmony-remote-multiregion-dvd-hack-panasonic-pioneer-sony-blu-rays-part-4-a.html

I made my Sony BDP-S550 MR this way :)
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