Excerpt: I have owned this DVD player for several years, I didnt buy it new but got it second hand via ebay. It is a hifi connoisseurs DVD player, state of the art, and plays DVD video, video cd and normal cd's.
Excerpt: This is a very well made product by Pioneer. It certainly is a good match for the competition. - Advantages: Good Quality, Playback of CD-R, Surround Sound options - Disadvantages: No MP3 or DVD-A playback
Excerpt: The Pioneer DV-626D is a great DVD player – and it should be in the top 5 list at the top of the page. Unfortunately, it isn’t but that doesn’t stop it from being an excellent piece of hardware.
Excerpt: I have had this product for a year and can not fault the product in any way. The picture quality is true and uninterupted, the remote control is a wonder to use and is of good quality - particularly compared to some of the Sony DVD remotes I have seen and used.
Excerpt: I purchased the Pioneer 626 a few months ago and I have been very pleased. Before purchasing I read some reviews on other sites and compared it between other models of similar price and the Pioneer seemed to come out tops. First of all the picture quality of the Pioneer is superb.
Excerpt: Pioneer's DV-626D is a very nice machine. For about $390 you get DVD player with built-in both Dolby® Digital 5.1 and DTS decoders, which allows you to use 6 analog connections on the back of the player to extract excellent 3D dynamic sound.
Excerpt: This DVD has a very cool(the gold one) look but of course what we want is a high performance DVD player and this DVD player from Pioneer didn't disappoint me. It comes with a built-in Dolby Digital Decoder and 5.1 Channel Analogue Audio Outpost.
Excerpt: This is a higly recommended player with an excellent feature set and given its quality the price isn't bad either. I bought this to replace my Samsung 807 when it proved to have problems with a number of discs.
Excerpt: I purchased the 626 about a month ago based upon very positive reviews in a couple of trusted independent mags, and I can't say I've been disappointed. As with most DVD's the picture quality surpasses that of video by lightyears, and the sound quality is truly, truly impressive.