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Pioneer BCS-303 Blu-Ray Home Cinema System £249.00 (free delivery) @ John Lewis

£249.00 @ John Lewis
This really is shockingly cheap. Think about what you're getting.. a Very decently specced home cinema system with blu-ray player and speakers from by a reputable manufacturer from a reputable retail… Read More
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This really is shockingly cheap. Think about what you're getting.. a Very decently specced home cinema system with blu-ray player and speakers from by a reputable manufacturer from a reputable retailer.

Price includes delivery and 2 year guarantee.

This set is £399 at Superfi!
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#1
Some nice pics on this page,

http://www.pioneer.eu/uk/products/42/100/42/BCS-303/index.html

Looks like it has 2 optical inputs.
#2
I brought this for £299 from JL and it's great value, looks great and very discrete.
#3
No HDMI in on the Pioneer unit, which may be important for console users. This unit looking at the remote and onscreen menu is clearly a LG rebadge. For £50 more this provides the 2 xHDMI in http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.209-1663.aspx On second thoughts, don't go for the LG... http://www.avforums.com/forums/all-one-systems/1265741-lh-hb905sa-buzzing-problem-2.html

Edited By: cliffai on Jan 06, 2011 14:02: Found issue with LG
#4
Pioneer sound equipment is of high quality, I got this http://www.froogle.richersounds.com/product/1-box-home-cinema-systems/pioneer/htp600/pion-htp600
it is a fantastic.

This deal is very good by the way.
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cliffai
No HDMI in on the Pioneer unit, which may be important for console users.


What would the scenario be if one were to use this system with an xbox and virgin media? I take it you would you have to connect optical cables from the set top box and console to this unit and would always have to have this unit on at all times? Are there any downsides to this? I've read that sometimes audio and video get out of sync in this scenario. At home we have got a tx-p42g20 and an xbox and virgin media.

The fact that this system supports dlna and mkv via ntfs usb is very attractive.

Edited By: Davros28 on Jan 07, 2011 19:24

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