Best DVD player for Audio and Video without breaking the bank??

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  1. Kevin. W

    Kevin. W Screenwriter

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    I'm looking at getting a new player and was interested in THe Toshiba SD3750, Pioneer 444 and maybe some JVC and or Panasonics in the same price range. Which of these offers the best picture and sound quality. Does having Burr-Brown Dacs on the Pioneer help in audio? Is the speed of the video chip important as I 've seen some spec'd at 10bit(54mhz, etc). Thanks for the input.

    Kevin
     
  2. Kevin. W

    Kevin. W Screenwriter

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    Anyone?
     
  3. Norm Strong

    Norm Strong Stunt Coordinator

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    You misspelled "separation".
     
  4. BobJ

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    Yes, the Burr-Browns in the Pioneer make a difference. However, the Pioneer 444 is a poor choice for a progressive scan player-it doesn't do 3:2 pulldown. It's fine as an interlaced player. However, look at the Pioneer DV-440 if you need an interlaced player.
     

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