Pioneer Elite CLD-91 LD player - how is it?

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  1. Kevin P

    Kevin P Screenwriter

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    I've heard raving comments about the Pioneer CLD-D704, CLD-97, and CLD-99, but haven't found much on the CLD-91. I found one on Ebay and am wondering if it is a worthwhile upgrade. I have a CLD-S201 so I figure anything would be an improvement! [​IMG]
    How is it for picture quality? Also, does it have AC-3 RF and digital outputs? Any comments from the peanut gallery on this unit? Is it an older model, or more recent?
    Thanks... KJP
     
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    ColinM Cinematographer

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    And it's 2 years older than the one you currently have.

    Nice looker, though...
     
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    Hold out for something newer. Best wishes!
     
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    James Pfann Stunt Coordinator

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    Rachael posted a great primer on Laserdiscs and on which models perform from best to mediocre here.
    I've been using it in my quest for laser heaven.
    Thanks Rachael.[​IMG]
     
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    Di nada and you're welkum two James![​IMG] I hope you troll up a good'un. Best wishes from Laserland!
     

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