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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Haris Ellahi, Jun 5, 2002.
How is the audio and video performance of the Sony DVP-NS900V DVD player?
I have had one for some time now. I also have the Panny RP91 as well as the Sony 222ES SACD changer. The video is better then the RP91. IMO. I have fed it to my Yammy DPX-1 dlp, and my Mit's HD RPTV. I have read that the video playback is superior to the Sony 9000ES, I would tend to agree. As to SACD playback, It's also on par with the 222es, At times I think it's better. I would say the red-book is also on the same level, very good. I am not one to write detail reviews of any products I purchase and compare. At the price of the DVP-NS900V it's worth a good look. I have even seen them for around $400 used.
I don't know but it looks like this soon-to-be-released model may be similar and is definitely cheaper:
The DVPNS755V is sloted as a replacement for the entry level SACD/DVD DVPNS500V with some minor improvements. The 900V will certainly outperform the 755V and the 900V is regarded as better for video than the 9000ES due to its far superior DACs and video processing chip. It doesn't carry the ES badge, but in my opinion it should. I will probably pick up the 900V as soon as its status switches to discontinued and the price plummets, then I can trade it my Mitsubishi DD-8020, which although a good progressive/DVD-Audio player, is not near as smooth as the 900V.
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