FS: Sony HIL-2CEX Laserdisc player (Hi-Vision HDTV and NTSC playback)

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  1. Brian-W

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    This player does it all!
    Features
    • Playback of NTSC laserdiscs (12" and 8")
    • Playback of Hi-Vision HDTV laserdiscs (email for more info)
    • Digital audio output
    • Superb NTSC Y/C separation (best picture you'll see out of the LD format, blows Pioneer U.S. Elite models away)
    • Auto-reverse, plays both sides of the laserdisc
    • Gold finish, looks high-end (well, it is!)
    • Composite, S-Video, and MUSE (Hi-Vision HDTV) outputs
    • Originally listed for Y298,000 yen (~$2,800 USD)
    • Weighs ~ 30 pounds
    • Total usuage around 35 hours
    • Includes original remote
    Will include the HDTV Hi-Vision Close Encounters of the Third Kind: Special Edition with this player. I have other Hi-Vision discs available to the buyer of this unit (including Lawerence of Arabia
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    This player is optimized for the best reproduction of video from laserdiscs, and thus these units do NOT play back compact disc audio discs. It uses a 670nm red-laser diode for playback vs. the inferior 780nm infra-red laser diodes used in all non-Hi-Vision laserdisc players (including the Pioneer Elite models). Better tracking, superior image. You haven't experienced laserdiscs full potential until you've seen the image through one of the elite Hi-Vision players (Sony, Pioneer HLD-X9/X0)
    This unit is auto-reverse, but does not have an AC-3 RF out.
    This unit ships with the Sony MSC-3000 Hi-Vision HDTV (MUSE analog) decoder which outputs a 1080i equivalent signal through YPbPr component video or RGB+HV.
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    Why spend $2,000 for a Pioneer HLD-X9 when the Sony HIL-C2EX puts out just as good NTSC picture.
    Asking $1495 for the package.
    Please email for more information: info@jet-x.com
     
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    Gregg Loewen Video Standards Instructor, THX Ltd.
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    thank you !!!!!
     
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    I HAVE ANOTHER UNIT AVAILABLE w/MUSE DECODER - Please re-read the description
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