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Good morning,

I have an older Pioneer DVD-V7400 Industrial DVD player, at the office, that no longer works. I decided it was probably time to upgrade anyway, but still need the "industrial" capabilities. I see they have the V5000, V6000 and V8000 listed on their website (http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Professional/Pro-Video) but I can't seem to find them available for sale anywhere!

Anyone out there know if there are new ones coming out, or if I am just going to have to work with consumer crap and spend a fair amount on adapting HDMI to RGBHV?

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Good morning,

I have an older Pioneer DVD-V7400 Industrial DVD player, at the office, that no longer works. I decided it was probably time to upgrade anyway, but still need the "industrial" capabilities. I see they have the V5000, V6000 and V8000 listed on their website (http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Professional/Pro-Video) but I can't seem to find them available for sale anywhere!

Anyone out there know if there are new ones coming out, or if I am just going to have to work with consumer crap and spend a fair amount on adapting HDMI to RGBHV?

Thanks,

Jeff

Having a hard time finding info on the Pioneer products. Could be the end of the line. Perhaps this would work:
TASCAM DV-D01U 1-rackspace DVD Player w/RS-232 Control Port
http://www.amazon.com/TASCAM-DV-D01U-1-rackspace-Player-Control/dp/B000TUEWC8

http://tascam.com/content/downloads/products/78/DV-D01U_tech_doc.pdf
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Do you really need a DVD player? Why not use a computer? More versatility with regard to content format and displaying other things.

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Do you really need a DVD player? Why not use a computer? More versatility with regard to content format and displaying other things.

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It's possible the OP has some legacy hardware that needs an analog connection.
The tascam has the same output ports and is built like a tank.
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He might have to pick up some adapters - the Pioneer had a BNC connection. RCA to BNC needed for the Tascam. Unknown what the other equipment is the DVD player is outputting to.
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I would think you could still find at least one video card that outputs component video. Maybe not.

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I would think you could still find at least one video card that outputs component video. Maybe not.

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There are also operational concerns. Sometimes you need a simple "put the disk in and play" solution. Computer based DVD and BluRay players are difficult to make simple and reliable. Bootup time is another possible issue in a commercial setting.

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