Pioneer BDP120 Blu-ray Player with 5 Free Planet Earth Discs £99.95 at Richers Sounds
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Pioneer BDP120 Blu-ray Player with 5 Free Planet Earth Discs £99.95 at Richers Sounds

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Found 19th Aug 2010
Just found this on Richer Sounds Promotion:

The Pioneer BDP-120 offers the chance to invest in Pioneer's unsurpassed Blu-ray player range at a price that's better value than ever before!

Supporting x.v.Colour and 36-bit Deep Colour, the BDP-120 gives the sense of realism that only comes with a top-notch Blu-ray player. Colours are lifelike and fast motion scenes flow smoothly without blur or jitter.

In terms of features, the Pioneer BDP-120 has all the latest goodies. Being a BD-Live player, it's able to access interactive features and bonus content via your home network system. Unlike some rivals, this access is backed up by a 1GB internal memory, saving you from having to, in most cases, plug in additional storage devices. Furthermore, a USB socket allows for the connection of further storage devices, should they ever be required. Finally, the unique Kuro Link lets you control the basic features of the player from your similarly equipped Pioneer Kuro TV.

Although cheaper than other Pioneer Blu-ray players, the BDP-120 certainly doesn't look it. Finished in the much-imitated gloss black, the BDP-120 fits in well with the current crop of flat screen TVs. Thanks to a new mechanism, the Pioneer BDP120 is also quick to start-up, meaning you can start enjoying the film with less of a time delay.

Pioneer make some of the best Blu-ray players in the world and, whilst the BDP-120 might not quite be that, its heritage shines through with a class-leading performance.

With 5 Planet Earth Blu-ray discs included.

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"The Pioneer BDP-120 offers the chance to invest in Pioneer's unsurpassed Blu-ray player range at a price that's better value than ever before!"

No it doesn't the 120's are re-badged sharps and are pretty **** compared to the rest of the Pioneer range. If you want a proper Pioneer it has to be a 320 or better. TBH, much as I'm a fan of Pioneer kit if you want a sub £100 Blu-ray player you'd be better off looking at one of last years Sony models which can be had for around that price.
Edited by: "megalomaniac" 19th Aug 2010

Sony BDP370
What hifi 5 star and they advise better than the premier 760 model and thats 99.99
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