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 Post subject: Pioneer DV09
PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:13 am 
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Recently purchased a Pioneer Elite DV09 to use mainly as a CD player but unfortunately it didn't come with a remote. My searches on the popular sites came up empty because every site says it's a discontinued item. Would a universal remote be compatible or is the original remote required to program a universal?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 12:53 pm 
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gthomas wrote:
Recently purchased a Pioneer Elite DV09 to use mainly as a CD player but unfortunately it didn't come with a remote. My searches on the popular sites came up empty because every site says it's a discontinued item. Would a universal remote be compatible or is the original remote required to program a universal?


The Logitech universals will control almost anything. Check their website.

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I signed into the my harmony ( logitech ) website and was able to download the codes for your pioneer so yes, that would be a good way to go.

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Oh really! That's excellent. Good to hear. I guess the next question is how much would that remote cost?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 2:38 pm 
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Oh really! That's excellent. Good to hear. I guess the next question is how much would that remote cost?


Entry-level models start at about $50 or $60 new. I just picked up a used Harmony 650 for my bedroom system on kijiji for $25 in excellent condition.
That model will more than do the job. Lower models handle less devices, and higher models handle more. This is the same model that I bought:

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-electronics/lond ... nFlag=true

It controls my Toshiba television, H/K receiver, Bell satellite receiver, and Oppo Blu-ray player.

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Wow I hope I can find a deal like that for this player. I did some research on this model and for the most part the reviews are quite positive given the fact that at the time it was one of Pioneers flagship models with a price tag of around $2000. I also read somewhere that it would benefit greatly by using an external DAC which I have no knowledge whatsoever. Any thoughts on this and what is a recommended DAC without breaking the bank.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 6:13 pm 
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Wow I hope I can find a deal like that for this player. I did some research on this model and for the most part the reviews are quite positive given the fact that at the time it was one of Pioneers flagship models with a price tag of around $2000. I also read somewhere that it would benefit greatly by using an external DAC which I have no knowledge whatsoever. Any thoughts on this and what is a recommended DAC without breaking the bank.

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Why don't you write the guy in the kijiji ad and see if he will ship it to you? The new price is $80 or $90, so even with shipping it would still be half price. I can't help you with the DAC. I use a Bryston BDA-1 and I love it, but it might be more than you want to spend. I also have an older Theta PreBasic II that is surprisingly good for its age. I use it with an older Denon CD player.

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I guess that a universal remote would only do the basic functions of the original remote??

-- 02 Nov 2015 02:20 --

Sorry quadzilla I misunderstood and thought you purchased that actual remote from Kijiji. Good idea I will email to see if he can ship it to me. Thanks


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gthomas wrote:
I guess that a universal remote would only do the basic functions of the original remote??

-- 02 Nov 2015 02:20 --

Sorry quadzilla I misunderstood and thought you purchased that actual remote from Kijiji. Good idea I will email to see if he can ship it to me. Thanks


It might not control every function, but I haven't run into anything it won't do yet ... and Pioneer has been around a lot longer than Oppo has.

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Just seen another one on Kijiji that's closer to me for the same amount so I emailed about it. I could actually use two. One for the DV09 but I need another to replace all 4 remotes in my main living room system. It appears to be quite a few for sale. I wonder why so many " almost" new or unopened are available.


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gthomas wrote:
Just seen another one on Kijiji that's closer to me for the same amount so I emailed about it. I could actually use two. One for the DV09 but I need another to replace all 4 remotes in my main living room system. It appears to be quite a few for sale. I wonder why so many " almost" new or unopened are available.


You really only need one of them if you use the same one to control the Pioneer and the 4 components in the living room. Program all 5 into the same remote. I have 3 Harmony remotes, but they are all different models. If you have two the same, it is tough to manage them with the same computer.

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here is my remote for a dv09. Mine died a long time ago but still have it and this remote. The remote was stored without batt's


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 Post subject: Re: Pioneer DV09
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Hi ... Undertenposts... Are you saying your player no longer works but you still have the remote for it? Something you are will to part with maybe??? If so please send me a PM and we can discuss a price.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 8:19 am 
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Yes my dv 09 is dead but i still have the remote for it.


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Yes my dv 09 is dead but i still have the remote for it.


He is asking if you would sell it to him.

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