sony ns715p vs toshiba sd-3800

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  1. Lee Petty

    Lee Petty Stunt Coordinator

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    i have changed my decision on going with a sony tv to a toshiba. so im looking at swapping out my choice for a dvd player as well. can anyone give me any advise on which of these would be the better player? i am also considering the sony nc655p and the tosh sd-4800. i know the tosh 4800 is also a dvd-a player, but that really has no importance to me at this point.
     
  2. Joel Vardy

    Joel Vardy Supporting Actor

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    Lee, I've been quite happy with my choice of the NC655P (one of your choices I understand). I considered the Toshiba and nc715p as well but found that for bang for the buck ($200 for a 5-disk changer) with functionality that is unequalled at his pricepoint, you can't go wrong.

    Since my previous non-portable units where a $1000 Sony S7000 and a $600 Toshiba SD-5109 I can afford to experiment with a machine that has multiple capabilities of my previous stand-alone's at a fraction of the cost. So far it is also outperforming the Toshiba as far as juct handling the variety of software that the SD-5109 was starting to reject or misfire on.

    Joel
     
  3. Jack Briggs

    Jack Briggs Executive Producer

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    On a side note, just because you changed the display you're planning on getting doesn't mean you have to change your DVD player plans. The Sony 715 is a really nice machine. But so is the Tosh.
     
  4. Lee Petty

    Lee Petty Stunt Coordinator

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    well i was only looking at the change for nothing more than remote control issues-lol. but only if the performance was just as good. so far it looks like i will stick with the sony.
     

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