Denon DVD-2900 + DVD+R

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  1. Tom_Price

    Tom_Price Stunt Coordinator

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    Good morning. I am thinking of picking up the Denon DVD-2900 as I feel it's time to upgrade my current DVD player. However, I was wondering if someone can confirm the players compatibilty with burned DVDs. I make a lot of home movies that are finalized on my computer which only has a DVD+R/W drive. Can anyone tell me first-hand whether or not the 2900 can play DVD+Rs without problems?

    Thanks.

    -TJ
     
  2. MikeEckman

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    I dont know if this helps, but I have a Crutchfield catalog here and it has the Denon DVD-2910 model, which I assume is the replacement to the 2900, and it lists that the 2910 does support both DVD-R and DVD+R playback.
     
  3. Jerry Klawiter

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    I can confirm that the Denon 5900 had issues with +RW
    No problems with +R
     
  4. Trent C

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    I have no problems playing Memorex DVD+RW and Ritek DVD-R media in my 2900.
     
  5. Drew_W

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    My 2900 plays anything shiny short of my spare change.
     
  6. Bill Blank

    Bill Blank Stunt Coordinator

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    I have not had a problem so far (knock on wood) with any of the following formats playing:

    DVD-R
    DVD-RW
    DVD+R
    DVD+RW
    DVD-Audio
    SACD
    DVD-Video
    CD

    There have been threads about the 2900 being picky with brand of media but I think there's more to it than that. I've used Prodisc, Ritek, TDK, and Verbatim without problems.

    Bill
     

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