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Need some help with a DVD player

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by JustinTI, May 11, 2003.

  1. JustinTI

    JustinTI New Member

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    Hi, this is my first post on this board. I am looking to get a DVD player for my dad. I am willing to spend $200 total - cables included. However, if there is a much better player for a little bit more money, I will go over the limit. He has a Sony 36" XBR 450 - its HD ready. He has never owned a DVD player and still uses a VCR to watch movies. I think he will be pleasantly surprised with DVD's especially on his TV. I was thinking either the Panasonic S55S or the Sony DVP-NS725P with Monster Video component cables. I definitely want this DVD player to be progressive scan but DVD-Audio or SACD capabilities arent a must. Any input from yall would be greatly appreciated. Also, what do yall think would be the best place to buy it at? Its for fathers day so I am not in a hurry.

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    JustinTI
     
  2. JustinTI

    JustinTI New Member

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    Anyone have input?
     
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    ManW_TheUncool Well-Known Member

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    If you can still find one, you should try getting the Panny XP30 or CP72 (changer) instead. Either should offer better PQ me thinks. OTOH, I do like the new Panny's GUI, but your Dad may not care for such things.

    I'm assuming the Sony 36" is a 4x3 HDTV, not 16x9, so no need for scaling.

    _Man_
     
  4. JustinTI

    JustinTI New Member

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    Thanks.[​IMG]
     
  5. Scott Tucker

    Scott Tucker Well-Known Member

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    The Panny you mentioned would be a great one, and with 1 meter Monster component cables will be under your budget. Good choice Justin.

    Scott
     

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