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post #1 of 2 Old 08-15-2013, 09:33 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm subscribed to effing Netflix which is my #1 source of all the movies I watch and since 90% of the discs are scratched to hell (I've never had a problem with a Redbox disc), I'm sick and tired of having movies freeze on my BDP220 (I had the same problem with another Panasonic BDK35, I think). Seems like if there's a microbe's poop on a disc, it will freeze. I'm very unhappy with Panasonic and would like to buy something hardcore like my gf's playstation, that thing plays everything (I have to finish most of the Netflix movies on it).

Any particular players that can handle bad discs? I don't need anything fancy or any particular features at all. Just a basic player that can read through scratches and smudges.
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