Summary: We haven't been using this changer very long, but it has proven to not be a problem for our many volunteer docents to select and play DVD's as requested by our guests. Dependability will remain the question.
Summary: I bought this unit and set it up with component video cables, most movies play well although some movies with dim scenes are blacked out losing many details. Adjusting the gamma, brightness, and other settings did not help.
Programing a breeze with the use of computer keyboard.
Amazon Customer "MovieFan", Amazon
25 November 2008
Summary: I found that the best feature on this unit was the ability to plug in a computer keyboard to edit the DVD/CD's. The only problem was the amount of letters aloud for each name (had to abbreviate alot). The sound quality is excellent and the picture second to none.
Summary: I bought this unit to hold my entire library, which it does, but won't in a very short while! The machine has never had any malfunctions such as jammed discs and it gets a very good workout. sound and picture quality are excellent.
Summary: I've owned this machine for about a year now and have had no problems with it. You'll read a lot of comments about the limited title entry space, which is true, but I keep may DVD library information on my computer so this is only a slight inconvenience to me.
Summary: We've had one of these units for several years to hold our CD/DVD collection. We just added a second slave unit to increase the capacity from 301 to 601. The two units work flawlessly as one with decent performance.
The Best There Is, But Not The Best There Could Be
Ken F. Innes IV "primehalo", Amazon
8 May 2007
Summary: We no longer own our Pioneer DV-F727 300+1 Multi-Disc DVD Changers, but we did have them for over a couple years which I feel is enough time to have learned much of the product's strength and weaknesses so that I may be able to provide a good general overview of the device for all those out there...
Summary: I have had a Pioneer carousel FV727 in a master and slave configuration for about 3-4 years now. About once a year the slave looses all of it's programming. I have to go back and enter all my DVD titles again in the second unit. They stay in there for about a year or so, and then dissapear.