Samsung 841...

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Adam.Heckman, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. Adam.Heckman

    Adam.Heckman Second Unit

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    For those of you who know the 841 let me ask a few questions if I can.
    Right now I own the popular Pio563a. Would it be a worthwhile upgrade to go to the 841? I have a direct view 30" WS TV.
    The upconversion is something that I really want to try out.

    Also, it says that it can play WMA. This is the Windows Media Player files right? But am I correct in assuming that it couldn't read the WM9 HD dvds? Such as Terminator2?

    Thanks in advance for any/all responses.
    Edit: I only have the upgrade bug because my Girlfriend just started working at CC. We get everything at COST.
     
  2. Rob Kramer

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    More people are anticipating the 941. Why not that one? How about the new Onkyo universal changer (the 802)? That would be a good deal at "cost". Are you looking to spend as little as possible? Stick with the 563a. Dont upgrade unless you are going to upgrade, know what I mean?
     
  3. Adam.Heckman

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    Ah, thank you for your response. This definately knocks it out of the question for me. I will be sticking with the 563a. That is unless CC sells a Faroudja (sp?) deinterlacing DVD player that has better video than my 563a which i would then use for audio only.

    Anyways, thanks again for your response.
     
  4. Rob Kramer

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    CC should start selling the 941 soon. The 941 will (should?) have the Faroudja DCDi (still only available via DVI/HDMI).
     
  5. Matt Hilton

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    Precisely.
     

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