Pioneer DV-F727 DVD Player

Pioneer DV-F727 DVD Player

8 Ratings | 4 Reviews
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It's a high-end AV jukebox, the DV-F727 will play DVD's, Video CD's, audio CD's and CD-R's, storing 301 discs in all. Engineered for superb audio and video reproduction, the DV-F727 also offers great...More

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Description

It's a high-end AV jukebox, the DV-F727 will play DVD's, Video CD's, audio CD's and CD-R's, storing 301 discs in all. Engineered for superb audio and video reproduction, the DV-F727 also offers great convenience, you can enter title/artist CD text with a keyboard and mouse, find a disc or artist alphabetically, or sort discs for playback by type. This serious piece of AV hardware will be the life of the party.

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Weight17 lbs
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URLhttp://www.pioneerelectronics.com
Additional Specifications
Digital to Analog Video Converter10-bit - 27 MHz
Dining furniture typeDining sets
Number of Discs301
Frequency BandDolby Digital & DTS Compatible Resume Function: 5 Bookmarks Parental Control
Normalized-Weight272
Digital to Analog Audio Converter24-bit - 96 kHz
Sofa typeSofa sets
Disc ChangerYes
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8 Ratings | 4 Reviews

4.88 out of 5 stars

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  • Perfect Unit

    By Douglas  Oct 19, 2003

    ### I have owned this unit for about 5 years. It is now full, but that is not a problem cuz you can hook another DV-F727 to it as a slave unit and now you have 601 disc unit. The 2nd unit can be full and hidden out of sight. Needless to say, I'am now bu...ying my 2nd DV-F727. I just bought a progresive scan dvd player to compare picture quality. I have them both hooked up to a Mitsubishi 65 in. wide screen. They both have a great picture. It would be nice to have pro. scan on the DV-F727 but it would NOT stop me from buying it...much better than the Sony units...I did my home work on all of them befor I bought and you should too...CD sound is great, The menu is user friendly, Custom files can't be beat..I can't say enough about this unit. Read more Less

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  • Work perfect, without a hitch

    By Todd  May 6, 2003

    ### If you want a sound dvd player that is easy to program and hold 301 dvd, this is it. I dont use many of the features, the basic functions are just fine for me. I programed the first 200 dvd with a keyboard and the rest I have done individually with t...he remote, it is very easy. Also, there are enough digits on the readout to understand which title dvds are in the machine. I am very happy with this dvd player. Read more Less

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  • Pioneer DV-F727 Highly Recommended

    By Hermonator4  Dec 12, 2000

    ### I am price comparing/reviewing and intend to buy this product. I have tested it at the store and have read up on it as well. If you entertain at home this is an invaluable component. Recognizes DVD or CD format and you can categorize your collection...and play only jazz, only rock, etc. The keyboard plug in to allow you to log the names of all the CDs/DVDs is a must. The loading and unloading of disks into the unit is very easy. The 301st slot is a superb feature! Load 300 CDs and play DVDs in the extra slot, or use the extra slot when you rent/borrow. The Sony 200 changer does manage disks slightly faster and can slo-mo without going frame-by-frame, but the advantages are minimal.I would also refer you to Shane Buettner's review of this product in the "2001 Ultimate Widescreen DVD Movie Guide." The final sentence of the review states it best..."This player is an easy recommendation on all counts."NOTE: There is an "Elite" series model of this that has an advanced CD digital-to-analog converter built in, but that is really the only advantage. Costs an extra $100 or so. Read more Less

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  • Almost a 5!

    By Jim  Jan 2, 2003

    ### Ive used the Pioneer DV-F727 for almost two years now for both its CD and DVD capabilities with no problems. Its jukebox capabilities allowed me to load over 200 CDs and a dozen or so DVDs for quick playback. Just as claimed by the manufacturer, the...machine will recognize a disk after removal and re-insertion, even if not in the same slot.My TV is a 32 Toshiba and the picture is great. I cant speak to its large-screen digital capabilities, though. The glow-in-the-dark remote is very easy to use, and the variety of outputs should meet all but the most demanding requirements.Im using an Onkyo THX-compatible receiver powering a Polk RM-6600 5.1 system. The sound is great.This unit is large, so allow plenty of vertical space, and it will likely hang out the back of all but the deepest entertainment centers. The front-panel PS-2 keyboard/mouse jack comes in VERY handy for naming disks. Id recommend this method instead of using the remote.The only gripes I have with this unit are minor:- It only accepts 12 characters for the title and artist. Somewhat annoying in that Pioneer could have simply added more memory to the machine.- The automatic recognition feature takes a painfully long time when used to update all disks. Use this only at initial setup or after significant changes.I plan to purchase an identical player to chain them together. Pioneer claims that one unit acts as a master to control the second, displaying up to 600 loaded disks and cross-fading in random modes. Read more Less

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