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Old 12-18-2018, 05:59 PM   #1
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Does anyone here have one? Are they worth it? Just thought about getting one and wanted to get some opinions on them. Thanks!
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Does anyone here have one? Are they worth it? Just thought about getting one and wanted to get some opinions on them. Thanks!
I guess it really depend on the brand and the quality.
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Does anyone here have one? Are they worth it? Just thought about getting one and wanted to get some opinions on them. Thanks!
I have a Sony that I got at London Drugs a few years back when they carried them. I have always preferred top loading players to any other type. The discs always seem a little more secure when you are putting them in. Maybe it’s all in my head though.

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I have a Sony BDPSX910 for years now and it still works great.
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