Ok...here's the best DVD ever. Period.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jonathan Burk, Jul 28, 2001.

  1. Jonathan Burk

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    If you can think of any reason this isn't the ultimate DVD player, just let them know. I'm sure it will be incorporated into the next version of software!
    http://www.theatris.com
     
  2. Sean Oneil

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    Looks like an overpriced HTPC to me.
    I hope that not too many people get sucked into buying a $6500 box that probably cost $500 to make.
     
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  4. Keith_R

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    hmmm, and how many people own a plasma TV? sounds a bit pricey to me.
    -Keith-
     
  5. Sean Oneil

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    [​IMG] Good one.
    But to be called 'Bose' it would not only have to be EXTREMELY overpriced, but it would have to be a POS too.
    [Edited last by Sean Oneil on July 29, 2001 at 04:19 AM]
     
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    I for one do not agree. Price has nothing to do with the quality of a DVD player. I believe the newer players now hitting the market, JVC 723, Panasonic RP91 and Denon 2800 can stand up against any player video and audio wise. In fact the 723 and 91 will reconvert a letterbox 4 x 3 DVD to anamorphic 16 x 9. The 723 turns DVD's like Armageddon and the Abyss into referenc quality DVD's.
     
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    I'll stick with my 9K... lol..
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