Whats the BEst DVD player on the market

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Dead Leaves, Feb 12, 2003.

  1. Dead Leaves

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    Hey I heard of progressive scann DVD players and i would like to know if any of you geeks on this forum happen to know a real solid player?
     
  2. hypnosmurf

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  3. Dead Leaves

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    yeah i just bought myself a 65" mitsubishi diamond series. FUCKEN NICE!! a lil expensive but NICE! hdtv reciever built inside. i could hook up my computer to it and browse the internet on my t.v it has firewire too.

    i just bought a bose system too. so now i definately need a bitchin ass dvd player.
     
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    Nice TV one of the best big screens on the market. Sorry to hear about the bose though, do you still have the receipt . No highs on lows must be bose.
     
  5. Dead Leaves

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    yeah i still have my reciept for the bose system. why? is it a bad home audio system? cuz i seem to think its pretty good. you have any suggestions.

    dude i just got the monster component cables. blue red and green wires. i hooked it up from the dvd to the tv. i dont see that much of a diffence. i spent like 69.99 on wires... not really a good buy = (
     
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    Monster cables are about as overrated as Bose IMHO. All my cables are Radio Shack gold series they work fine for me. I do have a monster component cable for my PS2 but that’s because I got it used for $15.

    As for what's better the Bose. All I can tell you is what I have and how I like it. I’m using a $400 Denon 1603 receiver it’s entry level but sounds great to me. It has as nice warm deep sound. http://www.usa.denon.com/catalog/pdfs/avr1603.pdf

    I just bought A pair of Klipsh SB-3’s last weekend for $400.http://www.klipsch.com I’m still trying to break them in I’ve heard they have a very long break in time of 40 to 100 hours. The more I play them the better the mid-bass sounds and the more I love there bright sound which seem to go well with my warm denon receiver. And they are very efficient.

    As far a receivers go look at Denon, Haman Kardon, Onkyo, Yamaha and Marantz.
    For speakers some better brands are Paradigm, B&W, Boston Acoustics, Polk, Definitive Technology and Infinity.

    Just go take a listen and let your ears be the judge and take a couple of your own cd’s. Here's another great forum. Good luck! http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/
     
  7. Dead Leaves

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    ohh thanks bro, shit i wished i would have down reseach on this about 2 months ago. Oh well i guess im still happy with the bose system. the speakers are pretty crisp and live.
     
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    well according to techtv, sometime this year they are suppose to release a dvd player that will play divx format discs:)
     
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    well if you want the best, well i could name off a couple that are in the 2k-3k range. Basicly they are reference quality players.
     
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    k? why dont you just name them?
     
  11. 04

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    Wouldnt it be easier to spend that 2 or 3 thousand dollars on an all out HTPC? I find it hard to believe that any dvd player would have better performance than what a new computer could do (except the dvd player would be not so loud)
     

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