Confused about new Panasonic dvd players

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Oleg_F, Apr 19, 2003.

  1. Oleg_F

    Oleg_F Auditioning

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    What are the differences between F65 and F85 models? Both are 5 disk changers. Currently own a Pioneer 3 disk changer and would like to upgrade to something new to match my new Yamaha receiver [​IMG]

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    Purchased the F65 model(not interested in DVD Audio) and like it a lot. The only cons I have found are; it's quite big (bigger then Yamaha receiver) and there is no remote button to control the disk switching.
     
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    The F85 primarily adds DVD-Audio support. It also offers a better MPEG2 decoder with features like video noise reduction, 'Depth Enhancer', Soft/Fine Picture Mode and Monitor Select. In the audio department, it adds an audio-only function (shuts off video circuits), built-in Dolby Digital and DTS decoders and 192kHz optical digital output (versus 96kHz).
     
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    "4:3 Shrink Function w/ Letterbox Zoom & Shift"

    is this true or is it another 'typo' like the RP-82?
     

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