Pioneer CLD-V2400 laserdisc player

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Now: $499.99
Was: $589.99
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What's Included:
Disc Player and Remote
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  • Pioneer CLD-V2400 laserdisc player
  • Pioneer CLD-V2400 laserdisc player


Pioneer CLD-V2400 laserdisc player- Used Item IN STOCK and in good condition. All items have been previously used, but have been fully tested and include a 90 day exchange warranty. Since this is a used Item, it may show some minor signs of use but should not affect performance.

Product DescriptionWhen it comes to Laserdisc players. Pioneer is the only make Laserdisc player you want to own. They made the best players available. This model is an industrial model meant for learning and Job  training /orientation connected to computers and barcode scanner connection. Although it is an industrial model it plays movies without any problem.

Pioneer CLD-V2400 features:
Playback of LaserDiscs (LDs), compact audio discs (CDs) and compact
disc video (CDVs). The CLD-V2400 does not playback CD-ROM discs.
Playback of digital audio or analog audio playback from LaserDiscs.
RS-232C interface, compatible with the Pioneer LD-V8000, LD-V2200,
LD-V4400 and the LD-V4200 (discontinued), LC-V330 Autochanger, the
LD-V4100 (PAL player), and the CLD-V2300D & LD-V4300 (Dual Standard
NTSC/PAL players).
Built-in LaserBarcode™, LaserBarcode 2™, and Barcode-CD™ capability,
using the Pioneer barcode reader UC-V108 BC or UC-V109BC.
Wireless/wired remote control with the CU-V113 or the RU-V103.
Fully automatic disc loading system

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Warranty Information

90 Day Exchange Warranty! Buy with confidence. We offer helpful customer service and support for all our products from sale to installation.
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Additional Information

What's Included:
Disc Player and Remote
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1 Review

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    Laserdisc Player A Real Find

    Posted by Paulette Everett on 13th Dec 2016

    Originally I wanted to repair quite an expensive Pioneer LD player I owned. But a local electronics shop informed me the replacement part could not be found (and it would have been $500 plus to repair if the part was found)! Anyway, I opted to try this used player instead; it's impossible it seems to purchase a new unit. So far the player is working well.

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