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Old 18th September 2005, 22:09   #106
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Nope but i have tried FLAC and WAVPack and WMA lossless etc. dont ask me for an opinion on these. on other forums such words start wars.
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Old 22nd September 2005, 00:04   #107
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is ther any probs if i leave my cd in the HU overnight?
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is ther any probs if i leave my cd in the HU overnight?
No Dear, there's no problem in leaving the CD in the HU overnight or overlife...But please make sure that there's only one CD in the HU at a time ;-)
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Paras is next to my office. They make tons of money repairing all the Pioneers that we fools buy without warranty. They arent even interested in an official sales agent lol
Hi Guys, Elegant Motors Delhi is selling Pioneer HU's with 2 years warranty being a distributor through AutoCop!
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aseem, tell gunbir and JB this. we've been discussing this on another thread. BTW what are the prices.
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aseem, tell gunbir and JB this. we've been discussing this on another thread. BTW what are the prices.
Pioneer 5750 Is for Rs 6500 in Grey and for Rs 12,750 with B&W.
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wow! who's ripping whom off at those prices the B&W makes little sense.
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Thats what I'm saying....

Pioneer actively promotes and supports the grey market. This is wrong practice.
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Arrey mistake happened. Navinji please delete.
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Arrey mistake happened. Navinji please delete.
Hahahahahaha, First deletion of NAVINJI as a Moderator ;-)
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Default Pioneer is much better reading CD's

Thought I should report this to you.

I have been running a brand new sony CD changer for the past two weeks, got it changed to a pioneer CD player yesterday and there is a huge difference in the CD readability.

1) One particular MP3 cd took about a minute of so to be read in the sony whereas

in the Pioneer 7750 it is read the minute its inserted.

2) Another Times music Audio Cd just stopped playing or skipped a minute or two of tracks in the sony. it stopped every 5-10 secs. Whereas

In pioneer 7750 it didn't stop even for a moment and did not skip anything at all! though some noises of scratches could be heard the moot point is the CD eventhough bad didn't stop or no bits of tracks were skipped as was the case in sony!

Also, i must add the sound is much, much better in the Pioneer 7750 compared to a sony MP3 CD changer attached to a Cassette deck.

Posted just in case somone finds this bit of info useful.
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