- Jan 24, 1999
I just purchased a floor sample Panasonic RP82 that is in perfect condition for a good price. (possibly the last one in NYC) I already own the RP56 which is in its own right a very good player. I know that in a few months I would really like to get a universal player, ideally the Denon 2900 assuming it lives up to its advance specs. I don't really need 3 dvd players. So should I sell the RP82 now for a profit while the market is still fairly hot and use the proceeds from that sale towards the purchase of the Denon in a few months or should I hold onto the RP82 for a while? Any thoughts? Any idea if there will be at least some market for a used RP82 in 3 months from now? Also, any thoughts on how much better the RP82 is over the RP56 (other than in terms of obvious features such as DVD Audio). Any thoughts would be appreciated.