Best DVD Player around $350

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  1. hendricksonET

    hendricksonET Stunt Coordinator

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    Hey, I have a 5 disc Sony DVD player (DVP-NC875V) that cost around $130 and I don't think that the video quality is really cutting it. The TV I have is a Sony 42" LCD RPTV model KDF-42WE655 w/HDMI. I've been looking at the Denon DVD-1920 and I just want to know if I am going to see a big difference in the picture and sound quality? Are there any better DVD players for around the same price?

    Lemme know your opinions.


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    The Denon DVD-1920 should be good but I have read of some power supply problems. The Panasonic DVD-S97S would be a safer bet. The only concern would be how susceptible is your display to the Faroudja FLI2310 macroblocking enhancement problem.

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    With the Denon do you know if I will get a big increase in video quality? I watch HD shows on it and I know the picture quality is much better then what I am getting with the DVD player. I know its 480p vs 720p, but the quality was not what I would have expected.

    Would bumping up to the Denon DVD-2910 be a huge difference in vq/sq? I'm just looking to have great looking movies...that is what the majority of this TV is used for.

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    Does anyone have any opinions on the Panasonic DVD-S97S vs. SONY DVP-NS3100ES vs. Denon 1920 vs Denon 2910?

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