Another DVD Player Question..........

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Wil_J, Aug 3, 2001.

  1. Wil_J

    Wil_J Stunt Coordinator

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    Ok, here's the deal. My current DVD Player is craping out. It causes the picture to skip and throws everything off. It was a cheap one I got awhile ago anyway.
    My question is this: What would be a good DVD player I could get for about $250?
    That's the price I want but I will move it up to $300 if it is worth it.
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    Television: JVC D-Series AV-32D302
    Reciever: Onkyo TX-DS494
    Thanks guys........Wil
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  2. Wil_J

    Wil_J Stunt Coordinator

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    *Bump* Come one guys.....Wil
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    "The rose petal floats on water,
    the kingfisher flashes above the pond.
    Life and beauty swirl in the midst of death."

    al'Lan Mandragoran,
    *******The Wheel of Time
     
  3. LawrenceZ

    LawrenceZ Stunt Coordinator

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    I asked a similar question a little while ago. I was trying to decide between the Sony NS300, Toshiba SD2700, Pioneer DV-343 and the Panasonic RP31. After doing some research on the net and getting some recommendations from people here, I decided on the Panasonic. I haven't picked it up yet, I'll be doing that this weekend, so I can't tell you what I think of it but someone here eventually will.
     
  4. Jeremy Anderson

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    I just got a Panasonic DVD-RV31K, and I strongly recommend it. No chroma bug, plays CD-R/CD-RW, handles layer changes and branching pretty quickly, allows white level/black level/color/tint settings on the player (so you can calibrate it differently from your regular TV) and plays MP3 discs! I've popped in all the usual problem discs, and it handles them all without a hitch.
     

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