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Glitch on 'the SURE THING' DVD

 
Old 10-12-03, 07:12 PM
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Glitch on 'the SURE THING' DVD

Hi,

I just purchased this DVD and while watching it found a glaring glitch @ 57:03. Basically the screen freezes and the audio continues, you can't watch the film unless you skip past that point. I seems like a layer change problem.

Has anyone else has a similar problem with this disk. I have a region free player, a Pioneer 633K.

Thanks,
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Old 10-12-03, 08:43 PM
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No problem on my Kenwood player.
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No problem on my Sony player. Your disc might be defective.
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No problem on my Sony player.
Ditto.
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No problems on my Panasonic, Hitatchi or Toshiba.

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No-one said Pioneer. On another forum, someone has the same problem with a Pioneer 355 player...
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I own a codefree Pioneer 444 and I have excactly the same problem.

DVD runs flawlessly on my Aiwa DVD player.

So I guess it IS a Pioneer problem.......
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Well there you go....the thing is...how do I get a patch?...I guess it means I have to take it to my Pioneer dist. to get fixed...there was a similar problem with the 'Blue Velvet DVD' and Phillips players...
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